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PAKISTAN-ANIMALS/
RTS2RPVZ
October 18, 2019
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar,...
Peshawar, Pakistan
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar, Pakistan October 18, 2019. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VL4
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, September 16, 2019. Picture taken September 16, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VKD
October 03, 2019
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VK9
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation...
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VK3
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VJV
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
MYANMAR-ELEPHANT/
RTX75O4Y
October 02, 2019
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after...
Bago, Myanmar
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after...
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after her daily wound cleaning in Wingabaw Elephant Camp, Bago, Myanmar, September 30, 2019. Picture taken September 30, 2019. REUTERS/Ann Wang TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-DUKE/
RTSMA4U
August 10, 2016
Gerald Grosvenor, the Duke of Westminster, attends a lunch with Britain's Prince William, David Manning...
Washington, UNITED STATES
File photo of the Duke of Westminster attending a lunch at the World Bank headquarters in Washinhgton...
Gerald Grosvenor, the Duke of Westminster, attends a lunch with Britain's Prince William, David Manning and experts in illegal wildlife trafficking including retired U.S. Army General Carter Ham, at the International Corruption Hunters Alliance conference at World Bank headquarters in Washington December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo
EUROPE-ATTACKS/EU-GUNS
RTSGSLX
June 09, 2016
EU ministers will approve on Friday tighter gun controls despite opposition from countries including...
Pribram, Czech Republic
The Wider Image: Gun culture in the Czech Republic
EU ministers will approve on Friday tighter gun controls despite opposition from countries including the Czech Republic, which says they hurt gun enthusiasts, hunters and museums while not preventing illegal arms falling into the hands of terrorists. The Czech Republic has liberal gun regulation by European standards, with about 775,000 legal guns and rifles in the country of 10.6 million people. Despite the fact that the original proposal was diluted, gun owners in the Czech Republic are still angry with the looming changes. REUTERS/David W Cerny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "CZECH GUNS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES Matching text EUROPE-ATTACKS/EU-GUNS
ZIMBABWE-WILDLIFE/LION-TRIAL
RTX1N4OH
August 05, 2015
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst talks to media outside the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015....
Hwange, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst talks to media outside the Hwange magistrates court
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst talks to media outside the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean court on Wednesday postponed his trial for failing to stop American dentist Walter Palmer illegally killing the country's most prized lion last month. Bronkhorst was arrested last week and charged with breaching hunting rules when he helped Palmer lure Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, out of Hwange National Park and shoot him with a bow and arrow, in a case that caused international outrage online and put the spotlight on big game hunting in Africa. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
ZIMBABWE-WILDLIFE/LION-TRIAL
RTX1N4OF
August 05, 2015
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean...
Hwange, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean court on Wednesday postponed his trial for failing to stop American dentist Walter Palmer illegally killing the country's most prized lion last month. Bronkhorst was arrested last week and charged with breaching hunting rules when he helped Palmer lure Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, out of Hwange National Park and shoot him with a bow and arrow, in a case that caused international outrage online and put the spotlight on big game hunting in Africa. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
ZIMBABWE-WILDLIFE/LION-TRIAL
RTX1N4OC
August 05, 2015
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean...
Hwange, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean court on Wednesday postponed his trial for failing to stop American dentist Walter Palmer illegally killing the country's most prized lion last month. Bronkhorst was arrested last week and charged with breaching hunting rules when he helped Palmer lure Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, out of Hwange National Park and shoot him with a bow and arrow, in a case that caused international outrage online and put the spotlight on big game hunting in Africa. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
ZIMBABWE-WILDLIFE/LION-TRIAL
RTX1N4OA
August 05, 2015
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean...
Hwange, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court
Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst arrives at the Hwange magistrates court, August 5, 2015. A Zimbabwean court on Wednesday postponed his trial for failing to stop American dentist Walter Palmer illegally killing the country's most prized lion last month. Bronkhorst was arrested last week and charged with breaching hunting rules when he helped Palmer lure Cecil, a rare black-maned lion, out of Hwange National Park and shoot him with a bow and arrow, in a case that caused international outrage online and put the spotlight on big game hunting in Africa. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
USA-ROYALS/
RTR4H68X
December 08, 2014
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (C) sits down to a lunch with experts in illegal wildlife...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Britain's Prince William sits down to a lunch with experts in illegal wildlife trafficking at the International...
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (C) sits down to a lunch with experts in illegal wildlife trafficking at the International Corruption Hunters Alliance conference at World Bank headquarters in Washington December 8, 2014. Also pictured is Gerald Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, (2nd L). REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ROYALS)
USA-ROYALS/
RTR4H68V
December 08, 2014
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (2nd R) smiles as he sits down to a lunch with Gerald Grosvenor,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Britain's Prince William smiles as he sits down to lunch with Grosvenor, Manning, and Ham at the International...
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (2nd R) smiles as he sits down to a lunch with Gerald Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, (2nd L), Sir David Manning (R) and experts in illegal wildlife trafficking including retired U.S. Army General Carter Ham (L) at the International Corruption Hunters Alliance conference at World Bank headquarters in Washington December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ROYALS)
News
News
Austrian Poacher Kills Policemen - 18 Sep 2013
6 PICTURES
SAFRICA-RHINOS/
RTR3B7BA
December 04, 2012
An anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park December 4,...
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa
An anti-poaching aircraft is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park
An anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park December 4, 2012. South Africa has taken its war against rhino poaching to the skies by deploying a high-tech, low-speed reconnaissance aircraft to detect illegal hunters before they strike. Home to nearly all the continent's rhinos, the country is on the frontline of a poaching war where criminals with high-powered weapons, helicopters and night vision goggles have been killing the animals for their horns, which sell at prices higher than gold in Asia as a traditional medicine. The anti-poaching aircraft is equipped with sophisticated heat sensors to detect animals and humans on the ground, and a quiet engine. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
SAFRICA-RHINOS/
RTR3B7B4
December 04, 2012
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger...
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park...
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park, December 4 2012. South Africa has taken its war against rhino poaching to the skies by deploying a high-tech, low-speed reconnaissance aircraft to detect illegal hunters before they strike. Home to nearly all the continent's rhinos, the country is on the frontline of a poaching war where criminals with high-powered weapons, helicopters and night vision goggles have been killing the animals for their horns, which sell at prices higher than gold in Asia as a traditional medicine. The anti-poaching aircraft is equipped with sophisticated heat sensors to detect animals and humans on the ground, and a quiet engine. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
PERU/
RTR3AI51
November 16, 2012
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub is seen in a shelter at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November 16, 2012....
Lima, Peru
Four-month old Spectacled bear cub is seen in a shelter at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub is seen in a shelter at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November 16, 2012. The cub was rescued in the dry forest of the Chaparri Natural Reserve in Peru's northern region of Lambayeque, after her mother was shot by an illegal hunter and escaped, leaving the cub behind, the Huachipa zoo authorities said. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
PERU/
RTR3AI4Y
November 16, 2012
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub drinks milk in a shelter at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November 16,...
Lima, Peru
Four-month old Spectacled bear cub drinks milk in shelter at Huachipa Zoo in Lima
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub drinks milk in a shelter at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November 16, 2012. The cub was rescued in the dry forest of the Chaparri Natural Reserve in Peru's northern region of Lambayeque, after her mother was shot by an illegal hunter and escaped, leaving the cub behind, the Huachipa zoo authorities said. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
PERU/
RTR3AI4V
November 16, 2012
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub is weighted by a zoo staff member at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November...
Lima, Peru
Four-month old Spectacled bear cub is weighted by zoo staff member at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima
A four-month old Spectacled bear cub is weighted by a zoo staff member at the Huachipa Zoo in Lima November 16, 2012. The cub was rescued in the dry forest of the Chaparri Natural Reserve in Peru's northern region of Lambayeque, after her mother was shot by an illegal hunter and escaped, leaving the cub behind, the Huachipa zoo authorities said. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SKN8
October 12, 2011
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The...
Vienna, Austria
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The seven gold spirals, found by an illegal treasure hunter at Arikogel in the region of Hallstaettersee in 2005, date from 1300-1100 b.c. and were displayed to the public for the first time on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SKN2
October 12, 2011
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The...
Vienna, Austria
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna
Prehistoric gold spirals are displayed at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The seven gold spirals, found by an illegal treasure hunter at Arikogel in the region of Hallstaettersee in 2005, date from 1300-1100 b.c. and were displayed to the public for the first time on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SKMY
October 12, 2011
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter and Vice director of the museum of natural history Herbert Kritscher...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Finance Minister Fekter and the museum's Vice director Kritschner look at prehistoric gold spirals...
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter and Vice director of the museum of natural history Herbert Kritscher look at prehistoric gold spirals at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The seven gold spirals, found by an illegal treasure hunter at Arikogel in the region of Hallstaettersee in 2005, date from 1300-1100 b.c. and were displayed to the public for the first time on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SKMF
October 12, 2011
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at the museum of natural history...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Finance Minister Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at museum of natural history in Vienna...
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The seven gold spirals, found by an illegal treasure hunter at Arikogel in the region of Hallstaettersee in 2005, date from 1300-1100 b.c. and were displayed to the public for the first time on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SKM7
October 12, 2011
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at the museum of natural history...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Finance Minister Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at museum of natural history in Vienna...
Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter looks at prehistoric gold spirals at the museum of natural history in Vienna October 12, 2011. The seven gold spirals, found by an illegal treasure hunter at Arikogel in the region of Hallstaettersee in 2005, date from 1300-1100 b.c. and were displayed to the public for the first time on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
HUNGARY/
RTR2A4R9
February 12, 2010
A Hungarian Greenpeace activist prepares to stick a pike into an ice whale sculpture in front of the...
Budapest, Hungary
A Hungarian Greenpeace activist prepares to stick a pike into an ice whale sculpture in front of the...
A Hungarian Greenpeace activist prepares to stick a pike into an ice whale sculpture in front of the Japanese embassy in Budapest, to protest against illegal whale hunting February 12, 2010. The yellow banner behind the activists reads, "Condemn illegal whale hunters, not the ones exposing it". REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLL3
May 12, 2007
A spent cartridge of a hunter's shotgun lies on the ground as officers of the Malta police's Administrative...
Valletta, Malta
A spent cartridge of a hunter's shotgun lies on the ground in the south-east of Malta
A spent cartridge of a hunter's shotgun lies on the ground as officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLKY
May 12, 2007
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit stop near a farm while patrolling...
Valletta, Malta
Malta police stop near a farm while patrolling the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east...
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit stop near a farm while patrolling the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLKQ
May 12, 2007
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent...
Valletta, Malta
Malta police patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLKI
May 12, 2007
An officer of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrols the countryside to prevent...
Valletta, Malta
Malta police patrols the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta
An officer of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrols the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLKG
May 12, 2007
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent...
Valletta, Malta
Malta police patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
MALTA-HUNTING/
RTR1PLKC
May 12, 2007
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent...
Valletta, Malta
Malta police patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta
Officers of the Malta police's Administrative Law Enforcement unit patrol the countryside to prevent illegal hunting in the south-east of Malta May 12, 2007. The Maltese government surprised bird hunters on Thursday when it did an abrupt U-turn and said it was halting, with immediate effect, the traditional spring hunting season which had almost two weeks to run. The European Union earlier this year instituted infringement proceedings against Malta, arguing that spring hunting violated its Birds Directive.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (MALTA)
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News
Duane Chapman on the Phone in Honolulu - 17 Jan 2007
3 PICTURES
LEISURE ODD
RTR1HDPV
September 16, 2006
Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife Beth leave the Federal Court in Honolulu after he was released on bail...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Chapman and his wife Beth leave Federal Court in Honolulu
Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife Beth leave the Federal Court in Honolulu after he was released on bail September 15, 2006. Chapman, star of the cable series "Dog the Bounty Hunter", was arrested on September 14, 2006 together with his two co-stars on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in Chapman's capture three years ago of Andrew Luster, heir to cosmetics company Max Factor. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES)
LEISURE ODD
RTR1HDPK
September 16, 2006
Duane "Dog" Chapman is hit on the head by his wife Beth for talking to reporters as they leave Federal...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Chapman is hit on the head by wife after speaking to reporters outside Federal Court in Honolulu
Duane "Dog" Chapman is hit on the head by his wife Beth for talking to reporters as they leave Federal Court in Honolulu September 15, 2006. Chapman, star of the cable series "Dog the Bounty Hunter", was released on bail on Friday after he was arrested on September 14, 2006 together with his two co-stars on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in Chapman's capture three years ago of Andrew Luster, heir to cosmetics company Max Factor. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1HDP6
September 16, 2006
Duane "Dog" Chapman (C) and wife Beth leave Federal Court in Honolulu after he was released on bail September...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Duane "Dog" Chapman and wife Beth leave Federal Court in Honolulu after he was released on bail
Duane "Dog" Chapman (C) and wife Beth leave Federal Court in Honolulu after he was released on bail September 15, 2006. Chapman, star of the cable series "Dog the Bounty Hunter", was arrested on September 14, 2006 together with his two co-stars on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in Chapman's capture three years ago of Andrew Luster, heir to cosmetics company Max Factor. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1HDP2
September 16, 2006
TV reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman (C) gestures after he was released on bail from Federal Court in...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Duane "Dog" Chapman gestures after he was released on bail in Honolulu
TV reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman (C) gestures after he was released on bail from Federal Court in Honolulu September 15, 2006. Chapman, star of the cable series "Dog the Bounty Hunter", was arrested on September 14, 2006 together with his two co-stars on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in Chapman's capture three years ago of Andrew Luster, heir to cosmetics company Max Factor. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES)
USA SECURITY
RTR17TF5
January 05, 2006
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff talks about his agency's efforts to...
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES
Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff speaks at a news conference at San Ysidro border crossing
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff talks about his agency's efforts to stop illegal immigration during a news conference at the San Ysidro port of entry in California January 5, 2006. Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA)(C) and congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA) (R) look on. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
USA SECURITY
RTR17TC0
January 05, 2006
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff (2nd L) talks about his agency's efforts...
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES
Homeland Security Secretary Chertoff speaks at a news conference at San Ysidro border crossing
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff (2nd L) talks about his agency's efforts to stop illegal immigration during a news conference at the San Ysidro port of entry in California January 5, 2006. Looking on are California Office of Homeland Security director Matt Bettenhausen (C) congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA)(2nd R) and congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA) (R) and an unidentified individual. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
USA SECURITY
RTR17T7K
January 05, 2006
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (in red) talks to congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA)(C) and...
San Ysidro, UNITED STATES
Michael Chertoff talks to congresswoman Susan Davis and congressman Duncan Hunter at San Ysidro
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (in red) talks to congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA)(C) and congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA) (R) as he is flanked by customs agents after a news conference at the San Ysidro port of entry in California January 5, 2006. Chertoff talked about the efforts his agency is making to curb illegal immigration and defended recent changes in the way that "at risk" areas are awarded Homeland Security funds. Davis and Hunter both represent the San Diego region which faces a loss of Homeland Security funds under the new changes. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
INDONESIA
RTRFARS
March 16, 2004
A young Sumatran tiger is seen at the Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta March 16, 2004. A leading environmental...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
A YOUNG SUMATRAN TIGER IS SEEN AT THE RAGUNAN ZOO IN JAKARTA.
A young Sumatran tiger is seen at the Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta March 16, 2004. A leading environmental group on Tuesday warned that the exotic Sumatran tiger was bound for extinction if the government of Indonesia did not crack down on illegal trading in the endangered species. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said only 400-500 tigers remained on the island of Sumatra as hunters continue to kill the animal commercially and for sport. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside DW
INDONESIA
RTRFARL
March 16, 2004
A young Sumatran tiger is seen at the Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta March 16, 2004. A leading environmental...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
A YOUNG SUMATRAN TIGER IS SEEN AT THE RAGUNAN ZOO IN JAKARTA.
A young Sumatran tiger is seen at the Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta March 16, 2004. A leading environmental group on Tuesday warned that the exotic Sumatran tiger was bound for extinction if the government of Indonesia did not crack down on illegal trading in the endangered species. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said only 400-500 tigers remained on the island of Sumatra as hunters continue to kill the animal commercially and for sport. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside DW
BOUNTY HUNTER
RTR3JG
July 02, 2003
Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman sports a black eye during a news
conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN SPORTS BLACK EYE DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN LOS
ANGELES.
Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman sports a black eye during a news
conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles, after being held in Mexico on
misdemeanor charges of deprivation of liberty. The bounty hunter was
credited with tracking down fugitive Andrew Luster and apprehending him
in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico last month. Chapman, a born-again Christian,
says he does not believe he broke any Mexican laws, though bounty
hunting is illegal south of the border. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen

JR/HB
BOUNTY HUNTERS
RTR3JE
July 02, 2003
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTERS SPEAK WITH REPORTERS AFTER BEING ALLOWED TO LEAVE
MEXICO.
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters during a news conference July 2, 2003
in Los Angeles, after being held in Mexico on misdemeanor charges of
deprivation of liberty. The bounty hunters were credited with tracking
down fugitive Andrew Luster and apprehending him in Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico last month. Duane Chapman, a born-again Christian, says he does
not believe he broke any laws, though bounty hunting is illegal south
of the border. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen

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CHINA
RTXLOKJ
December 16, 2002
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks a sedated Asiatic black bear during...
Chengdu, China
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks a sedated Asiatic black bear .....
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks a sedated Asiatic black bear during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first time after they were rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by poachers.
CHINA
RTXLOJA
December 16, 2002
Animals Asia Foundation founder Jill Robinson gives honey to an Asiatic black bear named "Andrew" during...
Chengdu, China
Animals Asia Foundation founder Jill Robinson gives honey to an Asiatic black bear named "Andrew" du.....
Animals Asia Foundation founder Jill Robinson gives honey to an Asiatic black bear named "Andrew" during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first time on Monday after they were rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by poachers.
CHINA BEAR
RTRFHAG
December 16, 2002
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane (2nd L) of the Animals Asia Foundation
is assisted by physician John...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
VET COCHRANE CHECKS SEDATED ASIATIC BLACK BEAR IN CHENGDU.
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane (2nd L) of the Animals Asia Foundation
is assisted by physician John Wedderburn (L) as they check a sedated
Asiatic black bear during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue
Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December 16,
2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest
sanctuary for the first time after they were rescued from illegal farms
and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic Black
Bears or Moon Bears in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped
or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by poachers.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA BEAR
RTRFGHK
December 16, 2002
Animals Asia Foundation's veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane checks a
sedated Asiatic black bear during...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
ANIMALS ASIA FOUNDATION'S VETERINARY CHECKS SEDATED ASIATIC BLACK BEAR
IN CHENGDU.
Animals Asia Foundation's veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane checks a
sedated Asiatic black bear during the launching of the "Moon Bear
Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December
16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo
forest sanctuary for the first time on Monday after they were rescued
from illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to
hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the
animals are still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other
body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA BEAR
RTRFGCU
December 16, 2002
Workers put back a sedated Asiatic black bear into a cage during the
launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
WORKERS CARRY A SEDATED ASIATIC BLACK BEAR IN CHENGDU.
Workers put back a sedated Asiatic black bear into a cage during the
launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western
China's Sichuan province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the
centre were freed into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first time on
Monday after they were rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the
country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears
in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped or killed for their
gall bladders and other body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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CHINA BEAR
RTRFGCM
December 16, 2002
Asiatic black bears play at an open space during the launching of the
"Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
ASIATIC BLACK BEARS PLAY AT AN OPEN SPACE IN CHENGDU.
Asiatic black bears play at an open space during the launching of the
"Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan
province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed
into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first time after they were
rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is
illegal to hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China,
the animals are still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and
other body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/YN
CHINA BEAR
RTRFGCC
December 16, 2002
Animals Asia Foundation founder Jill Robinson gives honey to an Asiatic
black bear named "Andrew" during...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
ANIMALS ASIA FOUNDATION FOUNDER ROBINSON GIVES HONEY TO AN ASIATIC
BLACK BEAR IN CHENGDU.
Animals Asia Foundation founder Jill Robinson gives honey to an Asiatic
black bear named "Andrew" during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue
Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December 16,
2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest
sanctuary for the first time on Monday after they were rescued from
illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt
Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the animals are
still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by
poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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CHINA BEAR
RTRFGA2
December 16, 2002
An Asiatic black bear climbs tree stumps during the launching of the
"Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
AN ASIATIC BLACK BEAR CLIMBS TREE STUMPS IN CHENGDU.
An Asiatic black bear climbs tree stumps during the launching of the
"Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan
province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed
into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first time after they were
rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is
illegal to hunt Asiatic Black Bears or Moon Bears in the wild in China,
the animals are still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and
other body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/YN
CHINA BEAR
RTRFG9X
December 16, 2002
An Asiatic black bear steps out of a cage into a bamboo sanctuary
during the launching of the "Moon...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
AN ASIATIC BLACK BEAR STEPS OUT OF A CAGE IN CHENGDU.
An Asiatic black bear steps out of a cage into a bamboo sanctuary
during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in
western China's Sichuan province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears
at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first
time after they were rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the
country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic Black Bears or Moon Bears
in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped or killed for their
gall bladders and other body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

CC/YN
CHINA BEAR
RTRFG8X
December 16, 2002
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks
a sedated Asiatic black bear...
Chengdu, China
VET CHECKS SEDATED ASIATIC BLACK BEAR IN CHENGDU.
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks
a sedated Asiatic black bear during the launching of the "Moon Bear
Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December
16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo
forest sanctuary for the first time after they were rescued from
illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt
Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the animals are
still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by
poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/DL
CHINA BEAR
RTRFG7R
December 16, 2002
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks
a sedated Asiatic black bear...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
A VET CHECKS SEDATED ASIATIC BLACK BEAR IN CHENGDU.
Veterinary surgeon Gail Cochrane of the Animals Asia Foundation checks
a sedated Asiatic black bear during the launching of the "Moon Bear
Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in western China's Sichuan province December
16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears at the centre were freed into a bamboo
forest sanctuary for the first time after they were rescued from
illegal farms and hunters in the country. Though it is illegal to hunt
Asiatic black bears or Moon bears in the wild in China, the animals are
still trapped or killed for their gall bladders and other body parts by
poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/DL
CHINA BEAR
RTRFG77
December 16, 2002
An Asiatic black bear reaches for banana leaves at a bamboo sanctuary
during the launching of the "Moon...
Chengdu, China - Peoples Republic of
AN ASIATIC BLACK BEAR REACHES FOR BANANA LEAVES IN CHENGDU.
An Asiatic black bear reaches for banana leaves at a bamboo sanctuary
during the launching of the "Moon Bear Rescue Centre" in Chengdu in
western China's Sichuan province December 16, 2002. Twenty of 84 bears
at the centre were freed into a bamboo forest sanctuary for the first
time after they were rescued from illegal farms and hunters in the
country. Though it is illegal to hunt Asiatic black bears or Moon bears
in the wild in China, the animals are still trapped or killed for their
gall bladders and other body parts by poachers. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

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BANGLADESH
RTRTEOA
December 17, 1999
A boy turns his face away from the camera while selling migratory birds illegally in Bangladesh capital...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BIRD VENDOR SELLS MIGRATORY BIRDS ILLEGALLY IN DHAKA.
A boy turns his face away from the camera while selling migratory birds illegally in Bangladesh capital Dhaka December 17. Thousands of birds of various sepcies fly to Bangladesh from as far as Siberia to escape chilly winter there but are often trapped by hunters and end up on the dinner tables of the rich Bangladeshis. A pair of Siberian goose cost up to 1,000 taka ($20) in Dhaka. Hunting birds is a punishable offence under Bangladesh's wildlife preservation law, which is seldom enforced in this country.

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