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SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WO3Z
December 21, 2017
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom's factory...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory...
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom's factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 6, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMS2
December 21, 2017
Parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom,...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRZ
December 21, 2017
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory...
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 6, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRU
December 21, 2017
Metal parts of used candle containers are piled up in a yard at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia,...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Metal parts of used candle containers are piled up in a yard at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Metal parts of used candle containers are piled up in a yard at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRP
December 21, 2017
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory...
Used plastic candle containers are piled up in a yard before they are decomposed at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRJ
December 21, 2017
Plastic parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017....
JESENICE, Slovenia
Plastic parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Plastic parts of candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRG
December 21, 2017
Used batteries taken out from plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia,...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Used batteries taken out from plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Used batteries taken out from plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMRC
December 21, 2017
A woman works at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A woman works at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
A woman works at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMR8
December 21, 2017
Women work at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Women work at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Women work at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMR4
December 21, 2017
Ground plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017....
JESENICE, Slovenia
Ground plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
Ground plastic candle containers are seen at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, November 10, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMQV
December 21, 2017
A worker shovels ground plastic at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom,...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A worker shovels ground plastic at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
A worker shovels ground plastic at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMQS
December 21, 2017
A worker smokes a cigarette during a break at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017....
JESENICE, Slovenia
A worker smokes a cigarette during a break at Plastkom factory in Jesenice
A worker smokes a cigarette during a break at Plastkom factory in Jesenice, Slovenia, December 13, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken December 13, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA-ENVIRONMENT/CANDLES
RTX3WMQO
December 21, 2017
A man lights a candle at a graveyard on All Saints day in Ljubjana, Slovenia, November 1, 2017. Plastkom,...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
A man lights a candle at a graveyard on All Saints day in Ljubjana
A man lights a candle at a graveyard on All Saints day in Ljubjana, Slovenia, November 1, 2017. Plastkom, a Slovenian candle-recycling company that is one of the few of its kind in Europe, decomposes about 1,400 tonnes of candles per year and exports most of the material to Germany. Company director Mojca Korbar says recycled materials include paraffin, metals and plastic. Plastkom, based in the city of Jesenice and employing 14 people, was established in 2010 and has since doubled its annual output of recycled candles. Staunchly Catholic Slovenians use about 6,400 tonnes of candles a year, mainly for placing on family graves, especially on All Saints Day on Nov. 1 and at Christmas and Easter. The Slovenian Court of Audit says Slovenia's government should do more to reduce the number of candles people use and educate them on the environmental impact of discarding melted wax. Picture taken November 1, 2017. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
SLOVENIA/
RTX14487
October 08, 2013
Firefighters remove a wrecked car during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters remove a wrecked car during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters remove a wrecked car during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY HEALTH DISASTER)
SLOVENIA/
RTX14485
October 08, 2013
A man playing a casualty waits for medical attention during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A man playing a casualty waits for medical attention during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken...
A man playing a casualty waits for medical attention during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER HEALTH TRANSPORT)
SLOVENIA/
RTX1447Y
October 08, 2013
A man playing a casualty waits for start of the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A man playing a casualty waits for start of the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near...
A man playing a casualty waits for start of the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH DISASTER TRANSPORT)
SLOVENIA/
RTX1447W
October 08, 2013
Firefighters remove a car as a man playing casualty sits on the ground during the "Together 2013" exercise...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters remove car as man playing casualty sits on ground during "Together 2013" exercise in Karavanken...
Firefighters remove a car as a man playing casualty sits on the ground during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER TRANSPORT)
SLOVENIA/
RTX1447I
October 08, 2013
A man playing casualty waits for firefighters during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A man playing casualty waits for firefighters during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken...
A man playing casualty waits for firefighters during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRANSPORT DISASTER)
SLOVENIA/
RTX1447G
October 08, 2013
Firefighters carry a man playing casualty during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters carry a man playing casualty during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel...
Firefighters carry a man playing casualty during the "Together 2013" exercise in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER TRANSPORT HEALTH)
SLOVENIA/
RTX1447E
October 08, 2013
A firefighter helps a woman playing a casualty during the exercise "Together 2013" in the Karavanken...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A firefighter helps woman playing casualty during the exercise "Together 2013" in the Karavanken tunnel,...
A firefighter helps a woman playing a casualty during the exercise "Together 2013" in the Karavanken tunnel, near Jesenice October 8, 2013. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGX8C
May 14, 2009
Firefighters help men acting acting as injured victims in a car during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters help men acting acting as injured victims in a car during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken...
Firefighters help men acting acting as injured victims in a car during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise firefighters, police and medical stuff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGX37
May 14, 2009
Firefighters carry a man playing the role of an injured victim during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters carry a man playing the role of an injured victim during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken...
Firefighters carry a man playing the role of an injured victim during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWZW
May 14, 2009
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWKG
May 14, 2009
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near...
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWIG
May 14, 2009
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near...
Firefighters extinguish burning vehicles during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWGN
May 14, 2009
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWF7
May 14, 2009
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters help "injured" people during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWF5
May 14, 2009
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWDD
May 14, 2009
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWDB
May 14, 2009
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
A firefighter helps an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWBY
May 14, 2009
Firefighters arrive on the scene during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters arrive on the scene during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters arrive on the scene during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTXGWAF
May 14, 2009
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
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RTXGWAD
May 14, 2009
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice...
Firefighters help an "injured" man during exercise "Tunnel 2009" in the Karavanken tunnel near Jesenice May 14, 2009. During the exercise, firefighters, police and medical staff resolved a simulated major car accident in the tunnel. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA SOCIETY)
EU-BORDERS/
RTX4XEJ
December 21, 2007
A couple wearing national costumes prepare for a ceremony for the lifting of the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian...
JESENICE, Slovenia
A couple wearing national costumes prepare for a ceremony for the lifting of the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian...
A couple wearing national costumes prepare for a ceremony for the lifting of the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing of Karavanke, near Jesenice, December 21, 2007. Frontiers in east Europe once guarded by machineguns and barbed wire in the Cold War fell away on Friday as nine mostly former communist states joined the EU's border-free zone amid fireworks, cheers and music. The extension of the European Union's so-called Schengen zone brought in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
EU-BORDERS/
RTX4XDX
December 21, 2007
Couples wearing national costumes shakes hands over the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Couples wearing national costumes shakes hands over the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing...
Couples wearing national costumes shakes hands over the border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing of Karavanke, near Jesenice, December 21, 2007. Frontiers in east Europe once guarded by machineguns and barbed wire in the Cold War fell away on Friday as nine mostly former communist states joined the EU's border-free zone amid fireworks, cheers and music. The extension of the European Union's so-called Schengen zone brought in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
EU-BORDERS/
RTX4XDV
December 21, 2007
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) and his Austrian counterpart Ursula Plassnik lift a border...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Rupel and his Austrian counterpart Plassnik lift a border gate at Karavanke...
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) and his Austrian counterpart Ursula Plassnik lift a border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing of Karavanke, near Jesenice, December 21, 2007. Frontiers in east Europe once guarded by machineguns and barbed wire in the Cold War fell away on Friday as nine mostly former communist states joined the EU's border-free zone amid fireworks, cheers and music. The extension of the European Union's so-called Schengen zone brought in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
EU-BORDERS/
RTX4XDU
December 21, 2007
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) and his Austrian counterpart Ursula Plassnik lift a border...
JESENICE, Slovenia
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Rupel and his Austrian counterpart Plassnik lift a border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian...
Slovenia's Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) and his Austrian counterpart Ursula Plassnik lift a border gate at the Slovenian-Austrian crossing of Karavanke, near Jesenice, December 21, 2007. Frontiers in east Europe once guarded by machineguns and barbed wire in the Cold War fell away on Friday as nine mostly former communist states joined the EU's border-free zone amid fireworks, cheers and music. The extension of the European Union's so-called Schengen zone brought in Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
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