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POPE-PHILIPPINES/PRIESTS
RTR4LDAA 
January 14, 2015 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children at their home... 
Iloilo, Philippines 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children at their home... 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children at their home in Iloilo city on Panay island in central Philippines January 10, 2015. Every Sunday morning, dozens of Roman Catholics gather at a small chapel on an island in the central Philippines to listen to Father Jess Siva share his personal experiences as a priest, and as a parent. Siva, 54, has been celebrating Mass in the town of Lambunao for the past 15 years, giving communion, performing last rites for the dying, hearing confessions and officiating at marriages. But while his small flock admire him, Church leaders in the Philippines consider him persona non grata for failing to adhere to one of the most important tenets of the priesthood - abstaining from sex. Picture taken January 10, 2015. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
POPE-PHILIPPINES/PRIESTS
RTR4LDA0 
January 14, 2015 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children in Iloilo city... 
Iloilo, Philippines 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children in Iloilo city... 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma and children in Iloilo city on Panay island in central Philippines January 10, 2015. Every Sunday morning, dozens of Roman Catholics gather at a small chapel on an island in the central Philippines to listen to Father Jess Siva share his personal experiences as a priest, and as a parent. Siva, 54, has been celebrating Mass in the town of Lambunao for the past 15 years, giving communion, performing last rites for the dying, hearing confessions and officiating at marriages. But while his small flock admire him, Church leaders in the Philippines consider him persona non grata for failing to adhere to one of the most important tenets of the priesthood - abstaining from sex. Picture taken January 10, 2015. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
POPE-PHILIPPINES/PRIESTS
RTR4LD8S 
January 14, 2015 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their... 
Iloilo, Philippines 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their... 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their house in Iloilo city on Panay island in central Philippines January 10, 2015. Every Sunday morning, dozens of Roman Catholics gather at a small chapel on an island in the central Philippines to listen to Father Jess Siva share his personal experiences as a priest, and as a parent. Siva, 54, has been celebrating Mass in the town of Lambunao for the past 15 years, giving communion, performing last rites for the dying, hearing confessions and officiating at marriages. But while his small flock admire him, Church leaders in the Philippines consider him persona non grata for failing to adhere to one of the most important tenets of the priesthood - abstaining from sex. Picture taken January 10, 2015. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
POPE-PHILIPPINES/PRIESTS
RTR4LD8E 
January 14, 2015 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their... 
Iloilo, Philippines 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their... 
Roman Catholic priest Father Jess Siva poses with his common law wife Bemma at the entrance of their house in Iloilo city on Panay island in central Philippines January 10, 2015. Every Sunday morning, dozens of Roman Catholics gather at a small chapel on an island in the central Philippines to listen to Father Jess Siva share his personal experiences as a priest, and as a parent. Siva, 54, has been celebrating Mass in the town of Lambunao for the past 15 years, giving communion, performing last rites for the dying, hearing confessions and officiating at marriages. But while his small flock admire him, Church leaders in the Philippines consider him persona non grata for failing to adhere to one of the most important tenets of the priesthood - abstaining from sex. Picture taken January 10, 2015. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON
RTX156CL 
November 09, 2013 
Residents look at the damaged village hall after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay, in Iloilo province in central... 
JANIAUAY, Philippines 
Residents look at the damaged village hall after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay 
Residents look at the damaged village hall after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay, in Iloilo province in central Philippines November 9, 2013. Typhoon Haiyan, possibly the strongest storm ever to hit land, has devastated the central Philippine city of Tacloban, killing at least 100 people and destroying most houses in a surge of flood water and high winds, officials said on Saturday. The toll of death and damage is expected to rise sharply as rescue workers and soldiers reach areas cut off by the massive storm, now barrelling out of the Philippines towards Vietnam. REUTERS/Nereo Lujan (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON
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November 09, 2013 
Residents try to cross the damaged Suage bridge after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay, in the Iloilo province... 
JANIUAY, Philippines 
Residents try to cross the damaged Suage bridge after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay 
Residents try to cross the damaged Suage bridge after Typhoon Haiyan hit Janiuay, in the Iloilo province in central Philippines November 9, 2013. Typhoon Haiyan, possibly the strongest storm ever to hit land, has devastated the central Philippine city of Tacloban, killing at least 100 people and destroying most houses in a surge of flood water and high winds, officials said on Saturday. The toll of death and damage is expected to rise sharply as rescue workers and soldiers reach areas cut off by the massive storm, now barrelling out of the Philippines towards Vietnam . REUTERS/Nereo Lujan (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2LAM3 
April 16, 2011 
Student performers of the Dinagyang Festival from Iloilo City perform during the Aliwan Festival at Quirino... 
Manila, Philippines 
Student performers of the Dinagyang Festival from Iloilo City perform during the Aliwan Festival in Manila... 
Student performers of the Dinagyang Festival from Iloilo City perform during the Aliwan Festival at Quirino grandstand in Manila April 16, 2011. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2LALG 
April 16, 2011 
A student performer of the Dinagyang festival from Iloilo City has his face painted during the Aliwan... 
Manila, Philippines 
A student performer of the Dinagyang festival has his face painted during the Aliwan Festival at Quirino... 
A student performer of the Dinagyang festival from Iloilo City has his face painted during the Aliwan Festival at Quirino grandstand in Manila April 16, 2011. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2LAKS 
April 16, 2011 
Student performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo perform at the Aliwan Festival... 
Manila, Philippines 
Student performers of the Dinagyang festival from Iloilo perform at the Aliwan Festival at Quirino grandstand... 
Student performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo perform at the Aliwan Festival at Quirino grandstand in Manila April 16, 2011. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXECXY 
April 25, 2009 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in... 
Manila, Philippines 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in... 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in metro Manila April 25, 2009. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXECXX 
April 25, 2009 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in... 
Manila, Philippines 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in... 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo dance during the Aliwan Festival in metro Manila April 25, 2009. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXECXV 
April 25, 2009 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo smile at the start of the Aliwan Festival... 
Manila, Philippines 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo smile at the start of the Aliwan Festival... 
Performers of the Dinagyang festival from the province of Iloilo smile at the start of the Aliwan Festival in metro Manila April 25, 2009. The festival is a gathering of the major cultural festivities from different provinces all over the country to showcase their talents and compete against one another. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES SOCIETY) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX7816 
June 22, 2008 
A cargo ship used for carrying livestock lists against a break wall in Manila Bay June 22, 2008. Typhoon... 
Manila, Philippines 
Cargo ship used for carrying livestock lists against a break wall in Manila Bay 
A cargo ship used for carrying livestock lists against a break wall in Manila Bay June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. After pelting Manila with torrential rain and winds on Sunday, Fengshen is expected to exit the northern part of the country by Monday en route to Taiwan, where it could make landfall in the next few days.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX780M 
June 22, 2008 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds... 
Manila, Philippines 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds... 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77UO 
June 22, 2008 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds... 
Manila, Philippines 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds... 
A bus wades through floodwater as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77TG 
June 22, 2008 
A resident living in a coastal area salvages her belongings as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with... 
Manila, Philippines 
A resident living in a coastal area salvages her belongings as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with... 
A resident living in a coastal area salvages her belongings as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77T7 
June 22, 2008 
Residents splash floodwater at bus commuters as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain... 
Manila, Philippines 
Residents splash floodwater at bus commuters as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain... 
Residents splash floodwater at bus commuters as Typhoon Fengshen pelts metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77S3 
June 22, 2008 
A vendor wades through knee-deep floodwaters as a bus passes after Typhoon Fengshen pelted Metro Manila... 
Manila, Philippines 
A vendor wades through knee-deep floodwaters as a bus passes after Typhoon Fengshen pelted Metro Manila... 
A vendor wades through knee-deep floodwaters as a bus passes after Typhoon Fengshen pelted Metro Manila with torrential rain and high winds June 22, 2008. Typhoon Fengshen, with maximum gusts of 195 kph (121 mph), has killed at least 85 people in central and southern Philippines, including 59 in Iloilo province, where floodwaters submerged whole communities. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77Q2 
June 22, 2008 
A jeepney driver sits in his vehicle along a flooded street during Typhoon Fengshen in Manila June 22,... 
Manila, Philippines 
A jeepney driver sits in his vehicle along a flooded street during Typhoon Fengshen in Manila 
A jeepney driver sits in his vehicle along a flooded street during Typhoon Fengshen in Manila June 22, 2008. Fengshen, with maximum gusts of up to 195 kph (121 mph), tore through the centre of the archipelago on Saturday, devastating the province of Iloilo, where officials said at least 59 people had been killed in floodwaters more than two metres high in places.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77PZ 
June 22, 2008 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls... 
Manila, Philippines 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls... 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls over in Navotos, Manila June 22, 2008. Fengshen, with gusts of up to 195 kph (121 mph), tore through the centre of the archipelago on Saturday, devastating the province of Iloilo, where officials said at least 59 people had been killed in floodwaters more than two metres high in places.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77PY 
June 22, 2008 
A pedicab driver makes his way along a road flooded by Typhoon Fengshen as it rolls over in Manila June... 
Manila, Philippines 
A pedicab driver makes his way along a road flooded by Typhoon Fengshen as it rolls over in Manila 
A pedicab driver makes his way along a road flooded by Typhoon Fengshen as it rolls over in Manila June 22, 2008. Fengshen, with maximum gusts of up to 195 kph (121 mph), tore through the centre of the archipelago on Saturday, devastating the province of Iloilo, where officials said at least 59 people had been killed in floodwaters more than two metres high in places.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES-WEATHER/
RTX77PX 
June 22, 2008 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls... 
Manila, Philippines 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls... 
People living in a coastal area try to move their belongings to higher ground as Typhoon Fengshen rolls over in Navotos, Manila June 22, 2008. Fengshen, with gusts of up to 195 kph (121 mph), tore through the centre of the archipelago on Saturday, devastating the province of Iloilo, where officials said at least 59 people had been killed in floodwaters more than two metres high in places.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES FERRY
RTR9E7V 
October 12, 2000 
A Filipina passenger (L) from a Philippine inter-island ferry that caught fire is comforted by her relative... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A FILIPINO WOMAN PASSENGER OF SUPER FERRY 6 IS CONFRONTED BY HER RELATIVE. 
A Filipina passenger (L) from a Philippine inter-island ferry that caught fire is comforted by her relative upon her arrival at the Manila port October 12, 2000. The Super Ferry 6 was enroute to Manila from Iloilo province in the central Philiippines early on Thursday when it caught fire near Manila. All 1,030 passengers and crew were rescued.

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FIJI
RTR6FQT 
July 19, 2000 
A Fijian soldier examines one of the many vehicles set on fire by supporters of rebel leader George Speight... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
A FIJIAN SOLDIER EXAMINES A BURNING CAR INSIDE THE PARLIAMENT COMPOUND IN SUVA. 
A Fijian soldier examines one of the many vehicles set on fire by supporters of rebel leader George Speight after they vacated the parliament in Suva July 19. Fijian military quickly moved in to secure the parliament after the supporters left, ending the stand-off. Fiji's new Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase said on Wednesday the swearing in of his new civilian

government would be postponed indefinitely because President Ratu Josefa Iloilo was ill, but nationalist rebels threatening new unrest declared they had forced the delay. 
FIJI
RTR6EFE 
July 18, 2000 
Fiji's coup leader George Speight listens as the country's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo is sworn... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
FIJI COUP LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT LISTENS AS A NEW PRESIDENT IS SWORN IN IN SUVA. 
Fiji's coup leader George Speight listens as the country's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo is sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by rebel coup leader George Speight.

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FIJI
RTR6EF0 
July 18, 2000 
FIJIAN COUP LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT SHAKES HANDS WITH AN ARMY OFFICER AFTER NEW PRESIDENT WAS SWORN IN... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
FIJIAN COUP LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT SHAKES HANDS WITH AN ARMY OFFICER AFTER NEW PRESIDENT WAS SWORN IN... 
FIJIAN COUP LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT SHAKES HANDS WITH AN ARMY OFFICER AFTER NEW PRESIDENT WAS SWORN IN IN SUVA.


Fiji's rebel leader George Speight (R) shakes hands with a senior army officer shortly after the country's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo was sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by rebel coupleader George Speight. 
FIJI PRESIDENT
RTR6EEK 
July 18, 2000 
Fiji's rebel leader George Speight (R) greets the country's new President Ratu Josefa Iloilo after he... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
FIJIAN REBEL LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT GREET NEW PRESIDENT RATU JOSEFA ILOILO IN SUVA. 
Fiji's rebel leader George Speight (R) greets the country's new President Ratu Josefa Iloilo after he was sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by rebel leader George Speight. Fiji's new, rebel-backed president called on Fijians on Tuesday to bury their racial biases and work together after one of the country's worst political crises. He has yet to name a prime minister.

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FIJI PRESIDENT
RTR6ED1 
July 18, 2000 
Fiji's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo signs a document after he was sworn in during a ceremony in the... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
NEW FIJIAN PRESIDENT RATU JOSEFA ILOILO SIGNS DOCUMENT IN SUVA. 
Fiji's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo signs a document after he was sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by rebel leader George Speight. Fiji's new, rebel-backed president called on Fijians on Tuesday to bury their racial biases and work together after one of the country's worst political crises. He has yet to name a prime minister.

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FIJI PRESIDENT
RTR6ECT 
July 18, 2000 
Fiji's rebel leader George Speight (R) greets the country's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo after he... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
FIJI'S REBEL LEADER GEORGE SPEIGHT GREETS THE COUNTRY'S NEW PRESIDENT ILOILO IN SUVA. 
Fiji's rebel leader George Speight (R) greets the country's new president Ratu Josefa Iloilo after he was sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by the rebels. Iloilo called on Fijians on Tuesday to bury their racial biases and work together after one of the country's worst political crises. He has yet to name a prime minister.

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FIJI PRESIDENT
RTR6ECK 
July 18, 2000 
Fiji's new President Ratu Josefa Iloilo has his hand on the Bible as he is sworn in during a ceremony... 
Jakarta, Fiji - Republic of 
FIJI'S NEW PRESIDENT RATU JOSEFA ILOILO IS SWORN IN IN SUVA. 
Fiji's new President Ratu Josefa Iloilo has his hand on the Bible as he is sworn in during a ceremony in the capital Suva July 18. President Iloilo takes over Fiji's government from former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry who was released last week after being held by rebel leader George Speight. Fiji's new, rebel-backed president called on Fijians on Tuesday to bury their racial biases and work together after one of the country's worst political crises. He has yet to name a prime minister.

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