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INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
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May 30, 2007
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
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May 30, 2007
A tourist enjoys water skiing in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
A tourist enjoys water skiing in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8TC
May 30, 2007
Sewage pipes of a residential house are seen in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Sewage pipes of a residential house are seen in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. Picture taken May 29, 2007. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8TB
May 30, 2007
A Kashmiri woman works near the garbage-covered shore of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake,...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
A Kashmiri woman works near the garbage-covered shore of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. Picture taken May 29, 2007. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8TA
May 30, 2007
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8T9
May 30, 2007
Indian tourists travel in a boat in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Indian tourists travel in a boat in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. Picture taken May 29, 2007. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
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May 30, 2007
A Kashmiri woman does the laundry in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
A Kashmiri woman does the laundry in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. Picture taken May 29, 2007. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8T7
May 30, 2007
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
An overview taken from Shankaracharya hill shows the residential houses inside the Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8T6
May 30, 2007
Kashmiri women ferry weed extracted from the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake,...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Kashmiri women ferry weed extracted from the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8T5
May 30, 2007
A Kashmiri ferries grass on his boat in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
A Kashmiri ferries grass on his boat in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 29, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. Picture taken May 29, 2007. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8RL
May 30, 2007
Kashmiri fishermen assemble in the middle of the Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Kashmiri fishermen assemble in the middle of the Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
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May 30, 2007
Weed is seen in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Weed is seen in Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPF
December 11, 2006
A bulldozer is seen at an under construction neighbourhood at Villa Nueva gated community in Greater...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
A bulldozer is seen at an under construction neighbourhood at Villa Nueva gated community in Greater Buenos Aires , November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPD
December 11, 2006
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated community in Greater Buenos Aires, November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
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December 11, 2006
A house under construction is seen with a sign in front that reads 'radar watches' at Santa Maria gated...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
A house under construction is seen with a sign in front that reads 'radar watches' at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires, November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPA
December 11, 2006
Boats are seen alongside a pier in a canal at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
Boats are seen alongside a pier in a canal at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires in this picture taken on November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
A general view shows an empty classroom at the Greek Orthodox seminary in Heybeliada, Turkey, September...
Heybeliala, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
A general view shows an empty classroom at the Greek Orthodox seminary in Heybeliada, Turkey, September 18, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 18, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, shows a book at the seminary...
Heybeliala, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, shows a book at the seminary library in Heybeliada September 18, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 18, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September 17, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 17, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September 17, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 17, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September 17, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 17, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
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October 04, 2006
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew speaks during a meeting with visiting journalists in Istanbul September 17, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 17, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
RTR1I0AW
October 04, 2006
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, stands in the seminary library...
Heybeliala, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, stands in the seminary library in Heybeliada September 18, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 18, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
RTR1I0AU
October 04, 2006
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, shows a book at the seminary...
Heybeliala, Turkey
To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY
Father Dorotheos, the vice-abbot of the monastery and head of the library, shows a book at the seminary library in Heybeliada September 18, 2006. The blackboards are clean, desks dusted and library books neatly ranged. The Greek Orthodox seminary on this idyllic island off Istanbul is ready and waiting to take in new student priests. Picture taken on September 18, 2006. To match feature RELIGION TURKEY SEMINARY REUTERS/Tom Heneghan (TURKEY)
THAILAND
RTRNU4F
February 20, 2005
Former U.S. president George Bush waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket for Indonesia's...
Phuket, Thailand
Former US president George Bush waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket.
Former U.S. president George Bush waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket for Indonesia's Aceh province February 20, 2005. The former presidents, who toured the tsunami-hit areas of Thailand, will travel on Sunday to Indonesia's Aceh province, the hardest hit of the Indian Ocean coastal towns, before heading to Sri Lanka's battered southern coast and the Maldives, a chain of idyllic coral islands popular with tourists that was also hammered by the tsunami. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL/FA
THAILAND
RTRNU4A
February 20, 2005
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket for Indonesia's...
Phuket, Thailand
Former US president Bill Clinton waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket.
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton waves before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket for Indonesia's Aceh province February 20, 2005. The former presidents, who toured the tsunami-hit areas of Thailand, will travel on Sunday to Indonesia's Aceh province, the hardest hit of the Indian Ocean coastal towns, before heading to Sri Lanka's battered southern coast and the Maldives, a chain of idyllic coral islands popular with tourists that was also hammered by the tsunami. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL/FA
THAILAND
RTRNU3Y
February 20, 2005
Former US president George Bush smiles while talking to former president Bill Clinton before departing...
Phuket, Thailand
Former US president George Bush smiles while talking to former president Bill Clinton before ...
Former US president George Bush smiles while talking to former president Bill Clinton before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket. Former U.S. president George Bush (R) smiles while talking to former president Bill Clinton before departing the Thai resort island of Phuket for Indonesia's Aceh province February 20, 2005. The former presidents, who toured the tsunami-hit areas of Thailand, will travel on Sunday to Indonesia's Aceh province, the hardest hit of the Indian Ocean coastal towns, before heading to Sri Lanka's battered southern coast and the Maldives, a chain of idyllic coral islands popular with tourists that was also hammered by the tsunami. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
THAILAND
RTRJMNF
January 05, 2005
A Thai man plays football on Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand at sunset January 5, 2005. Residents of...
Patong, Thailand
Thai man plays football on tsunami-hit Patong Beach in Phuket, Thailand.
A Thai man plays football on Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand at sunset January 5, 2005. Residents of the idyllic island are gradually resuming their daily activities, nine days after massive tidal waves slammed Phuket's popular Patong beach, killing hundreds. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad BM/FA
THAILAND
RTRJMNA
January 05, 2005
A Thai man plays football on Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand at sunset January 5, 2005. Residents of...
Thailand
Thai man plays football on tsunami-hit Patong Beach in Phuket, Thailand.
A Thai man plays football on Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand at sunset January 5, 2005. Residents of the idyllic island are gradually resuming their daily activities, nine days after massive tidal waves slammed Phuket's popular Patong beach, killing hundreds. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad BM/FA
BOSNIA ATTACK MUSLIMS
RTRONKR
October 13, 2001
Nedjo Jovanovic, an ethnic Orthodox man and the only non-Muslim
villager of Gornja Maoca, sits in front...
Gornja Maoca, Bosnia
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY BC-ATTACKS-BOSNIA-MUSLIMS.
Nedjo Jovanovic, an ethnic Orthodox man and the only non-Muslim
villager of Gornja Maoca, sits in front of his humble home October 13,
2001 in the northern village where a small community of Muslims settled
for a life devoted to their religion. This idyllic Bosnian village
seems a world away from the rubble of the World Trade Center in New
York. But Muslims here say outsiders treat them with increased
suspicion after the September 11 attacks. (TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY
BC-ATTACKS-BOSNIA-MUSLIMS) REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS

DS
BOSNIA ATTACK MUSLIMS
RTRONKJ
October 13, 2001
Bosnian Muslims pray during afternoon prayers in a small mosque in the
northern village of Gornja Maoca...
Gornja Maoca, Bosnia
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY BC-ATTACKS-BOSNIA-MUSLIMS.
Bosnian Muslims pray during afternoon prayers in a small mosque in the
northern village of Gornja Maoca October 13, 2001 where the small
community of Muslims settled for a life devoted to their religion. This
idyllic Bosnian village seems a world away from the rubble of the World
Trade Center in New York. But Muslims here say outsiders treat them
with increased suspicion after the September 11 attacks. (TO GO WITH
FEATURE STORY BC-ATTACKS-BOSNIA-MUSLIMS) REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS

DS
BOSNIA ATTACK MUSLIMS
RTRONK0
October 13, 2001
A Bosnian Muslim man holds his daughter during a prayers in a small
mosque in the northern village of...
Gornja Maoca, Bosnia
BOSNIAN MUSLIM HOLDS HIS DAUGHTER DURING PRAYERS IN GORNJA MAOCA.
A Bosnian Muslim man holds his daughter during a prayers in a small
mosque in the northern village of Gornja Maoca October 13, 2001 where
the small community of Muslims settled for a life devoted to their
religion. This idyllic Bosnian village seems a world away from the
rubble of the World Trade Center in New York. But Muslims here say
outsiders treat them with increased suspicion after the September 11
attacks. (TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY BC-ATTACKS-BOSNIA-MUSLIMS)
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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INDIA PAKISTAN SUMMIIT KASHMIR PROFILE
RTRKOSE
July 11, 2001
A Kashmiri Muslim fisherman rows a boat across scenic Dal Lake in
Srinagar. Few places have been called...
Srinagar, Republic of India
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE INDIA PAKISTAN SUMMIT KASHMIR.
A Kashmiri Muslim fisherman rows a boat across scenic Dal Lake in
Srinagar. Few places have been called a paradise more often than
Kashmir, but 11 years of bloody separatists revolt have turned the
idyllic corner of the Indian subcontinent into a paradise lost. Picture
taken July 11, 2001.

JSG/RCS
INDONESIA
RTR9JK5
October 14, 2000
An Indonesian soldier checks a passenger's bag before their ship reaches the strife-torn city of Ambon...
Ambon, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN SOLDIER CHECKS A PASSENGER'S BAG BEFORE THEIR SHIP REACHES THE STRIFE-TORN CITY OF AMBON....
An Indonesian soldier checks a passenger's bag before their ship reaches the strife-torn city of Ambon October 14, 2000. A violent religious rift between Christians and Muslims in the once idyllic spice islands have not eased, with at least five people dead in fresh clashes last week. Indonesia imposed a state of civil emergency there, which allows security forces to search houses and travellers, detain suspects and impose a curfew.

PRI/JD
INDONESIA-AMBON
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September 27, 2000
Injured Ambonese lay inside a navy ship in Tanjung Perak harbour in Surabaya after being evacuated from...
Surabaya, Indonesia - Republic of
INJURIES AMBONESE LAY INSIDE A NAVY SHIP AFTER EVACUATION FROM MOLUCCAS ISLANDS.
Injured Ambonese lay inside a navy ship in Tanjung Perak harbour in Surabaya after being evacuated from the bloodied Moluccas islands September 27, 2000. Indonesian officials said on Wednesday at least 14 villagers died in fighting between Christians and Muslim in the war-torn Moluccas. Thousands have died in the once idyllic spice island since war broke out between Christians and Muslims in January 1999.

EN/HL
INDONESIA AMBON
RTR8PW1
September 27, 2000
An injured Ambonese arrives in Tanjung Perak harbour in Surabaya after being evacuated from the bloodied...
Surabaya, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INJURED AMBONESE ARRIVES IN EAST JAVA HARBOUR.
An injured Ambonese arrives in Tanjung Perak harbour in Surabaya after being evacuated from the bloodied Moluccas islands September 27, 2000. Indonesian officials said on Wednesday at least 14 villagers died in fighting between Christians and Muslim in the war-torn Moluccas. Thousands have died in the once idyllic spice island since war broke out between Christians and Muslims in January 1999.

EN/DL
SURFING
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August 23, 2000
Surf lifesavers Brenton Parry (C) drags a surf rescue board out of the water as Paul Booth (L) and Trent...
Sydney, Australia
Surf lifesavers Brenton Parry (C) drags a surf rescue board out of the water as Paul Booth (L) and T.....
Surf lifesavers Brenton Parry (C) drags a surf rescue board out of the water as Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini follow him at Sydney"s Bondi Beach August 23, 2000. Australian surf lifesavers will be on high alert at Sydney's idyllic beaches in the lead-up to the Olympics, worried that overseas tourists unfamiliar with rough surf might drown. To cope with the influx of thousands of Olympic visitors, surf patrols will be doubled on many beaches and the surf season will be brought forward a month to the first weekend in September.
AUSTRALIA
RTXJXI2
August 23, 2000
Surf lifesavers Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini (C) jump a wave aboard an inflatable rescue boat (IRB)...
Sydney, Australia
Surf lifesavers Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini (C) jump a wave aboard an inflatable rescue boat (.....
Surf lifesavers Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini (C) jump a wave aboard an inflatable rescue boat (IRB) as Brenton Parry paddles a surf rescue board in front of the Olympic Volleyball Stadium on Sydney"s Bondi Beach August 23, 2000. Australian surf lifesavers will be on high alert at Sydney's idyllic beaches in the lead-up to the Olympics, worried that overseas tourists unfamiliar with rough surf might drown. To cope with the influx of thousands of Olympic visitors, surf patrols will be doubled on many beaches and the surf season will be brought forward a month to the first weekend in September.
SYDNEY
RTRZV89
August 23, 2000
Surf lifesavers (L-R) Brenton Parry, Paul Booth and Trent Serafini keep watch at Sydney's Bondi Beach...
Sydney, Australia
SURF LIFESAVERS KEEP WATCH AT SYDNEY'S BONDI BEACH.
Surf lifesavers (L-R) Brenton Parry, Paul Booth and Trent Serafini keep watch at Sydney's Bondi Beach August 23, 2000. Australian surf lifesavers will be on high alert at Sydney's idyllic beaches in the lead-up to the Olympics, worried that overseas tourists unfamiliar with rough surf might drown. To cope with the influx of thousands ofvisitors, surf patrols will be doubled on many beaches and the surf season will be brought forward a month to the first weekend in September. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE BLIFE REUTERS/DAVID GRAY DG/DL SPORT OLYMPICS BEACHES
SPORT OLYMPICS BEACHES
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August 23, 2000
Surf lifesavers Brenton Parry (C) drags a surf rescue board out of the water as Paul Booth (L) and Trent...
Sydney, Australia
SURF LIFESAVERS WALK OUT OF THE WATER AT SYDNEY'S BONDI BEACH.
Surf lifesavers Brenton Parry (C) drags a surf rescue board out of the water as Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini follow him at Sydney"s Bondi Beach August 23, 2000. Australian surf lifesavers will be on high alert at Sydney's idyllic beaches in the lead-up to the Olympics, worried that overseas tourists unfamiliar with rough surf might drown. To cope with the influx of thousands of Olympic visitors, surf patrols will be doubled on many beaches and the surf season will be brought forward a month to the first weekend in September.

DG/PB
SPORT OLYMPICS BEACHES
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August 23, 2000
Surf lifesavers Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini (C) jump a wave aboard an inflatable rescue boat (IRB)...
Sydney, Australia
SURF LIFESAVERS JUMP OVER WAVE AT SYDNEY'S BONDI BEACH.
Surf lifesavers Paul Booth (L) and Trent Serafini (C) jump a wave aboard an inflatable rescue boat (IRB) as Brenton Parry paddles a surf rescue board in front of the Olympic Volleyball Stadium on Sydney"s Bondi Beach August 23, 2000. Australian surf lifesavers will be on high alert at Sydney's idyllic beaches in the lead-up to the Olympics, worried that overseas tourists unfamiliar with rough surf might drown. To cope with the influx of thousands of Olympic visitors, surf patrols will be doubled on many beaches and the surf season will be brought forward a month to the first weekend in September.

DG/PB
GRAY
RTXJT4U
June 23, 2000
American sensation Macy Gray sings at the Glastonbury Festival 2000 June 23. Tens of thousands of backpacked...
Pilton, UK
American sensation Macy Gray sings at the Glastonbury Festival 2000 June 23. Tens of thousands of ba.....
American sensation Macy Gray sings at the Glastonbury Festival 2000 June 23. Tens of thousands of backpacked Britons began converging on idyllic Glastonbury on Friday, kicking off a festival almost as famous for its mud as for its music.
ARTS GLASTONBURY
RTR5L28
June 23, 2000
American sensation Macy Gray sings at the Glastonbury Festival 2000 June 23. Tens of thousands of backpacked...
Pilton, UK
MACY GRAY PERFORMS AT AT THE GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL.
American sensation Macy Gray sings at the Glastonbury Festival 2000 June 23. Tens of thousands of backpacked Britons began converging on idyllic Glastonbury on Friday, kicking off a festival almost as famous for its mud as for its music.

DC/CLH/
THAILAND
RTXJL03
March 07, 2000
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his...
Bangkok, Thailand
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his.....
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his blood after committing a mock Japaneses-style ritual suicide outside the March 7 Thai premier of "The Beach" at a Bangkok cinema. A protest group demonstrated outside the cinema on the first day of the film's local release, telling movie-goers that "The Beach", filmed in an idyllic southern Thai location, had destroyed the local environment and ecology. The mock suicide was in "shame" by DiCaprio for the "grievous ecological crime" committed in the making of the film.
THAILAND
RTXJL02
March 07, 2000
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his...
Bangkok, Thailand
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his.....
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his blood after committing a mock Japaneses-style ritual suicide outside the March 7 Thai premier of "The Beach" at a Bangkok cinema. A protest group demonstrated outside the cinema on the first day of the film's local release, telling movie-goers that "The Beach", filmed in an idyllic southern Thai location, had destroyed the local environment and ecology. The mock suicide was in "shame" by DiCaprio for the "grievous ecological crime" committed in the making of the film.
THAILAND BEACH
RTR1ZMG
March 07, 2000
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio drives a plastic sword into a bag of red...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A DICAPRIO IMPERSONATOR COMMITS A FAKE SUICIDE IN BANGKOK.
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio drives a plastic sword into a bag of red liquid representing his guts, committing a mock Japaneses-style ritual suicide outside the March 7 Thai premier of the movie "The Beach" at a Bangkok cinema. A protest group demonstrated outside the cinema on the first day of the film's release, telling movie-goers that "The Beach", filmed in an idyllic southern Thai location, has destroyed the local environment and ecology. The mock suicide was in mock shame by DiCaprio for the "grievous ecological crime committed in the making of the film.

JIR/DL
THAILAND BEACH
RTR1ZLI
March 07, 2000
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A DICAPRIO IMPERSONATOR COMMITS A FAKE SUICIDE IN BANGKOK.
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio lays in a red liquid representing his blood after committing a mock Japaneses-style ritual suicide outside the March 7 Thai premier of "The Beach" at a Bangkok cinema. A protest group demonstrated outside the cinema on the first day of the film's local release, telling movie-goers that "The Beach", filmed in an idyllic southern Thai location, had destroyed the local environment and ecology. The mock suicide was in "shame" by DiCaprio for the "grievous ecological crime" committed in the making of the film.

JIR/DL
THAILAND BEACH
RTR1ZKZ
March 07, 2000
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio displays red material representing his...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A DICAPRIO IMPERSONATOR COMMITS A FAKE SUICIDE IN BANGKOK.
A protester impersonating American film star Leonardo DiCaprio displays red material representing his guts after committing a mock Japaneses-style ritual suicide outside the March 7 Thai premier of the movie "The Beach" at a Bagkok cinema. A protest group demonstrated outside the cinema on the first day of the film's release, telling movie-goers that "The Beach", film on an idyllic southern Thai beach, has destroyed the local environment and ecology. The mock suicide was in mock shame by DiCaprio for the "grievous ecological crime committed in the making of the film.

JIR/DL
RTRHXWW
October 03, 1998
Election officials Bruce Jenkins (L) and Dorothy Wagner tape a sign to a railing of the Rhyll Mechanics...
Australia
AUSTRALIANS PREPARE FOR POLLING DAY IN RHYLL.
Election officials Bruce Jenkins (L) and Dorothy Wagner tape a sign to a railing of the Rhyll Mechanics Institute Hall voting station on Phillip Island October 3 as Australia goes to the polls in the federal election. The nation votes today on whether to return the conservative Liberal Party or put the Labor Party into power. Rhyll is an idyllic tourist and holiday destination about two-hours drive south of Melbourne.

WB/JIR/AA
RTRHXWQ
October 03, 1998
Liberal Party workers Tony Zoanetti (L) and Dave Seal prepare "how to vote" information outside the Rhyll...
Australia
LIBERAL PARTY WORKERS PREPARE FOR POLLING DAY IN AUSTRALIA.
Liberal Party workers Tony Zoanetti (L) and Dave Seal prepare "how to vote" information outside the Rhyll Mechanics Institute Hall polling station on Phillip Island October 3 as Austalians go to the polls in a federal election. The nation votes today on whether to return the conservative Liberal Party or put the Labor Party into power. Rhyll is an idyllic tourist and holiday destination about two-hours drive south of Melbourne.

WB/JIR/AA
RTR5PRE
July 29, 1997
A firefighting plane over a large blaze on the idyllic Croatian resort island of Hvar July 29. Over 1,000...
Croatia
PLANE FLIES OVER FOREST FIRE AT CROATIAN ISLAND OF HVAR
A firefighting plane over a large blaze on the idyllic Croatian resort island of Hvar July 29. Over 1,000 firemen fought a losing battle with the blaze as it advanced for the third day running, destroying about 3,000 hectares of pine forest and olive groves.

CROATIA FIRE
RTR2BYB
March 10, 1997
A technical college student, cleans the base of a billboard depicting China's industrial might in an...
China
STUDENT CLEANS SUNSET BILLBOARD IN BEIJING
A technical college student, cleans the base of a billboard depicting China's industrial might in an idyllic setting in Beijing March 9. With the advent of spring upon the national capital, it is common to see groups of students, civil servants and members of various work units scrubbing down sections of the city.

CHINA
RTR5K3
March 04, 1996
A vendor on his push cart decorated with the skull of a water buffalo cycles along the main streets in...
Malaysia
MALAYSIA LANGKAWI SCENE.
A vendor on his push cart decorated with the skull of a water buffalo cycles along the main streets in Langkawi island, March 3. The island still remains idylic despite the rapid development that have occured since it bacame a free port in the late 1980's.

MALAYSIA
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