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THOMSON
RTXOUYV
July 19, 2006
Bibi Thomson (R) and her son Kitt enjoy a swim at the Guildford Lido in southern England July 19, 2006....
Guildford, UK
Bibi Thomson (R) and her son Kitt enjoy a swim at the Guildford Lido in southern England July 19, 20.....
Bibi Thomson (R) and her son Kitt enjoy a swim at the Guildford Lido in southern England July 19, 2006. Temperatures in Britain are expected to hit all-time record highs for July on Wednesday with an outside chance of beating the hottest-ever mark.
INDONESIA
RTXOU1Q
July 18, 2006
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, Indonesia...
Pangandaran, Indonesia
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, In.....
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006.A tsunami triggered by a strong undersea earthquake off the coast of Indonesia's Java island on Monday killed 105 people, swept away [buildings and damaged hundreds of fishing boats], officials and witnesses said.
INDONESIA
RTXOU1P
July 18, 2006
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a strong...
Pangandaran, Indonesia
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a s.....
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a strong undersea earthquake off the coast of Indonesia's Java island on Monday killed 105 people, swept away [buildings and damaged hundreds of fishing boats], officials and witnesses said.
BRITAIN
RTXOU73
July 17, 2006
The sun sets behind pylons in Leicestershire, central England, July 17, 2006.
Leicester, UK
The sun sets behind pylons in Leicestershire, central England, July 17, 2006...
The sun sets behind pylons in Leicestershire, central England, July 17, 2006.
McGREGOR
RTXOU37
July 17, 2006
British actor Ewan McGregor talks on a mobile phone as he arrives for the world premiere of British movie...
London, UK
British actor Ewan McGregor talks on a mobile phone as he arrives for the world premiere of British .....
British actor Ewan McGregor talks on a mobile phone as he arrives for the world premiere of British movie "Stormbreaker" at Leicester Square in London July 17, 2006. [Stormbreaker, an adaptation of a successful teenage spy novel by Anthony Horowitz is aiming to go where Harry Potter and James Bond have gone before by kicking off what its backers hope will be a lucrative film franchise.]
CLIJSTERS
RTXOUD9
July 16, 2006
Belgium's Kim Clijsters runs with a bottle of champagne after winning against Vania King of the U.S....
Ostend, Belgium
Belgium's Kim Clijsters runs with a bottle of champagne after winning against Vania King of the U.S......
Belgium's Kim Clijsters runs with a bottle of champagne after winning against Vania King of the U.S. during their World Group Fed Cup semi-final tennis match in Ostend, Belgium, July 16, 2006.
MACEDONIA
RTXOU62
July 16, 2006
Women dressed in traditional folk costumes take part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicnik,...
Galicnik, Macedonia
Women dressed in traditional folk costumes take part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicni.....
Women dressed in traditional folk costumes take part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicnik, some 150 km (93 miles) west of Macedonia's capital [Skopje], July 15, 2006. The Galicnik Wedding, a three-day traditional Macedonian wedding celebrations held each "Petrovden" or St. Peter's Day, uses traditional customs, costumes, and rituals and dances that have been passed down over the centuries.
MACEDONIA
RTXOU61
July 16, 2006
A woman dressed in traditional folk costume takes part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicnik,...
Galicnik, Macedonia
A woman dressed in traditional folk costume takes part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galic.....
A woman dressed in traditional folk costume takes part in a wedding ceremony in the village of Galicnik, some 150 km (93 miles) west of Macedonia's capital [Skopje], July 15, 2006. The Galicnik Wedding, a three-day traditional Macedonian wedding celebrations held each "Petrovden" or St. Peter's Day, uses traditional customs, costumes, and rituals and dances that have been passed down over the centuries.
USA
RTXOU5W
July 15, 2006
The United Nations Security Council votes to unanimously approve a resolution to impose weapons-related...
New York, USA
The United Nations Security Council votes to unanimously approve a resolution to impose weapons-rela.....
The United Nations Security Council votes to unanimously approve a resolution to impose weapons-related sanctions on North Korea, in response to its flurry of missile tests earlier this month, at the United Nations headquarters in New York July 15, 2006.
JA'AFARI
RTXOTXB
July 14, 2006
Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja'afari speaks about the conflict between Israel and Lebanon after...
New York, USA
Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja'afari speaks about the conflict between Israel and Lebanon aft.....
Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja'afari speaks about the conflict between Israel and Lebanon after a meeting of the United Nations Security Council in New York July 14, 2006.
PORTUGAL
RTXOTTV
July 14, 2006
A young girl stands at a fountain in downtown Lisbon July 13, 2006. The temperature in Portugal has...
Lisbon, Portugal
A young girl stands at a fountain in downtown Lisbon July 13, 2006. The temperature in Portugal has.....
A young girl stands at a fountain in downtown Lisbon July 13, 2006. The temperature in Portugal has risen to 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Farenheit).
JAPAN
RTXOTWD
July 13, 2006
People walk in front of paper lanterns during Mitama Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo July 13, 2006....
Tokyo, Japan
People walk in front of paper lanterns during Mitama Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo July 13, 2.....
People walk in front of paper lanterns during Mitama Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo July 13, 2006. Over 29,000 lanterns light up the precincts of the shrine where more than 2.4 million war-dead are enshrined during the four-day festival.
UNITED NATIONS
RTXOUIO
July 12, 2006
The United Nations headquarters is seen in New York, July 12, 2006. [China and Russia announced they...
New York, USA
The United Nations headquarters is seen in New York, July 12, 2006. [China and Russia announced they.....
The United Nations headquarters is seen in New York, July 12, 2006. [China and Russia announced they introduced a new U.N. Security Council resolution to compete with Japan's proposal to impose weapons-related sanctions on North Korea.]
MIDEAST
RTXOUH3
July 12, 2006
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed by...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed .....
A Palestinian boy holds a Hamas flag in a mosque before the funeral of a Palestinian family, killed by an Israeli air strike, in Gaza City July 12, 2006. [Israel killed 18 Palestinians in Gaza on Wednesday including nine members of one family in an air strike that destroyed a residential building where the army said top Hamas commanders were meeting.]
DEL PONTE
RTXOUAW
July 11, 2006
U.N. Chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte and Bosnian Muslim religious leaders attend the prayer for the...
Srebrenica, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA
U.N. Chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte and Bosnian Muslim religious leaders attend the prayer for the.....
U.N. Chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte and Bosnian Muslim religious leaders attend the prayer for the 505 newly-identified victims of the July 1995 massacre of about 8,000 Bosnian Muslims by Bosnian Serb forces, July 11, 2006. They have been buried at the Memorial Center in Potocari in eastern Bosnia, near the former U.N. "safe area" where 2,000 victims have already been buried.
INDIA
RTXOU9O
July 11, 2006
A damaged train compartment hit by Tuesday's bomb blast in Mumbai July 12, 2006.
Mumbai, India
A damaged train compartment hit by Tuesday's bomb blast in Mumbai July 12, 2006...
A damaged train compartment hit by Tuesday's bomb blast in Mumbai July 12, 2006.
PARRY
RTXOTDP
July 10, 2006
British Ambassador to the United Nations Emyr Jones Parry leaves a meeting at the French Mission in...
New York, USA
British Ambassador to the United Nations Emyr Jones Parry leaves a meeting at the French Mission in.....
British Ambassador to the United Nations Emyr Jones Parry leaves a meeting at the French Mission in New York, July 10, 2006.
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXOT26
July 09, 2006
The pack of riders cycles past pigs during the 8th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between...
Lorient, France
The pack of riders cycles past pigs during the 8th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race bet.....
The pack of riders cycles past pigs during the 8th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between St-Meen-Le-Grand and Lorient, July 9, 2006.
OSHIMA
RTXOTOX
July 07, 2006
Japanese Ambassador to the U.N. Kenzo Oshima departs after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council's Permanent...
New York, USA
Japanese Ambassador to the U.N. Kenzo Oshima departs after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council's .....
Japanese Ambassador to the U.N. Kenzo Oshima departs after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council's Permanent Five members at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in New York July 7, 2006. [Japan on Friday will formally introduce its U.N. Security Council draft resolution calling for sanctions against North Korea, after which a vote could be called within 24 hours, U.S. Ambassador John Bolton announced.]
BRITAIN
RTXOTOB
July 07, 2006
A woman lays a flower on the floral tribute after the Commemoration of the First Anniversary service...
London, UK
A woman lays a flower on the floral tribute after the Commemoration of the First Anniversary service.....
A woman lays a flower on the floral tribute after the Commemoration of the First Anniversary service for the July 7th bombings, in Queen Mary's Gardens, Regent's Park, London, July 7, 2006. Britain marked the first anniversary of the London bombings on Friday in a mood of sombre reflection but many still fear Islamist militants, having attacked them once, might do so again.
BRITAIN
RTXOTO7
July 07, 2006
Police officers stand alongside Britain's Home Secretary John Reid (6th L), Metropolitan Police Commissioner...
London, UK
Police officers stand alongside Britain's Home Secretary John Reid (6th L), Metropolitan Police Comm.....
Police officers stand alongside Britain's Home Secretary John Reid (6th L), Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair (7th L) and Police Minister Tony McNulty (8th L) to observe a two-minute silence at New Scotland Yard, London, in memory of those who died in last year's London bombings, July 7, 2006. Britain marked the first anniversary of the London bombings on Friday in a mood of sombre [reflection but many still fear Islamist militants, having attacked them once, might do so again.]
CHICAGO
RTXOTIU
July 07, 2006
An aerial view of downtown Chicago is seen from Air Force One July 6, 2006.
Chicago, USA
An aerial view of downtown Chicago is seen from Air Force One July 6, 2006...
An aerial view of downtown Chicago is seen from Air Force One July 6, 2006.
PAK
RTXOTBL
July 05, 2006
North Korean Ambassador to the United Nations Pak Gil Yon arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security...
New York, USA
North Korean Ambassador to the United Nations Pak Gil Yon arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security.....
North Korean Ambassador to the United Nations Pak Gil Yon arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at the United Nations in New York, July 5, 2006. The U.N. Security Council met in closed session on to consider a response to a barrage of North Korean missile tests.
WANG
RTXOTBK
July 05, 2006
Chinese Ambassador to the U.N. Wang Guangya arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at the...
New York, USA
Chinese Ambassador to the U.N. Wang Guangya arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at th.....
Chinese Ambassador to the U.N. Wang Guangya arrives for a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at the United Nations in New York, July 5, 2006. The U.N. Security Council met in closed session on Wednesday to consider a response to a barrage of [North Korean] missile tests.
CHURKIN
RTXOTAE
July 05, 2006
Russian Ambassador to the U.N. Vitaly Churkin speaks after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at...
New York, USA
Russian Ambassador to the U.N. Vitaly Churkin speaks after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at.....
Russian Ambassador to the U.N. Vitaly Churkin speaks after a meeting of the U.N. Security Council at the United Nations in New York July 5, 2006. [The U.N. Security Council met in a closed session on Wednesday to consider a response to a barrage of North Korean missile tests.]
KOREA
RTXOS90
July 05, 2006
A passenger walks to take a train at the Imjingang station near the demilitarized zone separating North...
Paju, Korea
A passenger walks to take a train at the Imjingang station near the demilitarized zone separating No.....
A passenger walks to take a train at the Imjingang station near the demilitarized zone separating North Korea from South Korea in Paju, 52 km (32 miles) north of Seoul, July 5, 2006.
USA
RTXOS69
July 05, 2006
Fireworks light the sky behind the Iwo Jima Memorial over Washington D.C. celebrating Independance Day,...
Washington, USA
Fireworks light the sky behind the Iwo Jima Memorial over Washington D.C. celebrating Independance D.....
Fireworks light the sky behind the Iwo Jima Memorial over Washington D.C. celebrating Independance Day, July 4, 2006.
SPAIN
RTXOSAU
July 04, 2006
Flowers and candles are left outside the Jesus underground station where at least 41 people were killed...
Valencia, Spain
Flowers and candles are left outside the Jesus underground station where at least 41 people were kil.....
Flowers and candles are left outside the Jesus underground station where at least 41 people were killed when an underground train ran off the tracks and overturned in the eastern Spanish city of Valencia, July 4, 2006.
DOCOMO
RTXOSAT
July 04, 2006
A model unveils NTT DoCoMo's new 3G FOMA's '7 Series' handset during a news conference in Tokyo July...
Tokyo, Japan
A model unveils NTT DoCoMo's new 3G FOMA's '7 Series' handset during a news conference in Tokyo July.....
A model unveils NTT DoCoMo's new 3G FOMA's '7 Series' handset during a news conference in Tokyo July 4, 2006. [Japan's largest mobile phone company unveiled six new handsets which place special emphasis on design, the company said.]
DISCOVERY
RTXOSU0
July 03, 2006
A gopher tortoise moves towards the space shuttle Discovery, seen sitting on the launch pad at the Kennedy...
Cape Canaveral, USA
A gopher tortoise moves towards the space shuttle Discovery, seen sitting on the launch pad at the K.....
A gopher tortoise moves towards the space shuttle Discovery, seen sitting on the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 3, 2006. NASA inspectors found a crack in the foam insulation of space shuttle Discovery's fuel tank and managers were meeting on Monday to decide how the crack might affect Tuesday's launch.
SANSSOUCI PALACE
RTXOSTG
July 03, 2006
A general view shows the Orangery at the park of Sanssouci Palace in the eastern German city of Potsdam...
Potsdam, Germany
A general view shows the Orangery at the park of Sanssouci Palace in the eastern German city of Pots.....
A general view shows the Orangery at the park of Sanssouci Palace in the eastern German city of Potsdam July 2, 2006. The Orangery was built from 1851-64.
CHINA
RTXOSLY
July 03, 2006
Vehicles travel on a highway as the first Beijing-to-Tibet train passes along the Qinghai-Tibet railway...
Golmud, China
Vehicles travel on a highway as the first Beijing-to-Tibet train passes along the Qinghai-Tibet rail.....
Vehicles travel on a highway as the first Beijing-to-Tibet train passes along the Qinghai-Tibet railway July 3, 2006. The 4,000-km (2,500-mile) journey will reach altitudes of over 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) on the Tibetan plateau.
ITALY
RTXOSLT
July 03, 2006
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Taxi...
Rome, Italy
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Tax.....
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Taxi drivers [staged strikes across Italy on Monday in the first wave of protest against Prime Minister Romano Prodi's deregulation plans, causing transport chaos. Prodi's new centre-left government on Friday announced surprise measures to cut red tape and boost competition for taxi drivers, public transport firms, lawyers and pharmacists.]
ITALY
RTXOSLS
July 03, 2006
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Taxi...
Rome, Italy
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Tax.....
People line up as they wait for a taxi at Termini railway station in downtown Rome July 3, 2006. Taxi drivers [staged strikes across Italy on Monday in the first wave of protest against Prime Minister Romano Prodi's deregulation plans, causing transport chaos. Prodi's new centre-left government on Friday announced surprise measures to cut red tape and boost competition for taxi drivers, public transport firms, lawyers and pharmacists.]
AL HAI
RTXOSKV
July 02, 2006
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwa.....
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait City July 2, 2006.
AL HAI
RTXOSKU
July 02, 2006
The hands of an Indian embroiderer working at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured)...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
The hands of an Indian embroiderer working at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pi.....
The hands of an Indian embroiderer working at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) are seen in Kuwait City July 2, 2006.
AL HAI
RTXOSKT
July 02, 2006
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwa.....
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait City July 2, 2006.
AL HAI
RTXOSKQ
July 02, 2006
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwa.....
An Indian embroiderer works at the workshop of fashion designer Awatif Al-Hai (not pictured) in Kuwait City July 2, 2006.
FRANCE
RTXOSL5
July 01, 2006
Historical re-enactment members dressed up as World War One soldiers take part in a ceremony commemorating...
FROMELLES, France
Historical re-enactment members dressed up as World War One soldiers take part in a ceremony commemo.....
Historical re-enactment members dressed up as World War One soldiers take part in a ceremony commemorating the 90th anniversary of the World War One Battle of the Somme at the Australian Memorial Park in Fromelles July 1, 2006.
ROYALS
RTXOSGK
July 01, 2006
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, meet British World War One veteran Henry...
Thiepval, France
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, meet British World War One veteran He.....
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, meet British World War One veteran Henry Allingham, 110, during the 90th anniversary of the first day of the Battle of the Somme, at the French-British National Memorial at Thiepval, northern France, July 1, 2006.
FRANCE
RTXOSEU
July 01, 2006
Historical re-enactment members, Clement Autissier (L) and Louis Hecquet (R), wear military suits as...
Thiepval, France
Historical re-enactment members, Clement Autissier (L) and Louis Hecquet (R), wear military suits as.....
Historical re-enactment members, Clement Autissier (L) and Louis Hecquet (R), wear military suits as they wave the Union Jack and French flags during the 90th anniversary of the first day of the Somme battle,at the French-British National Memorial at Thiepval, northern France, July 1, 2006.
VALENCIA
RTXOST9
June 29, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - A 35m (114.8 ft) cross, made to guide the pilgrims, is pictured next to the Palau...
Valencia, Spain
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - A 35m (114.8 ft) cross, made to guide the pilgrims, is pictured next to the .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN06 - A 35m (114.8 ft) cross, made to guide the pilgrims, is pictured next to the Palau de les Arts in Valencia June 29, 2006. [Pope Benedict XVI will visit Valencia to preside a ceremony at the Catholic Church's 5th World Meeting of Families on July 8 and 9.]
JESSEN PETERSEN
RTXOSST
June 29, 2006
The United Nations Governor in Kosovo, Soren Jessen-Petersen, speaks in his office in the capital Pristina,...
Pristina, Serbia & Montenegro
The United Nations Governor in Kosovo, Soren Jessen-Petersen, speaks in his office in the capital Pr.....
The United Nations Governor in Kosovo, Soren Jessen-Petersen, speaks in his office in the capital Pristina, June 29, 2006. [Jessen-Petersen, who leaves his post in the majority Albanian province on Friday, told parliament: "I know the goal of the majority is independence, and I count on you that as you realise your dream that it becomes a dream to be shared by all communities." ]
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXOSBX
June 29, 2006
Tour de France cyclists enjoy a boat ride to their podium presentation in Strasbourg June 29, 2006, ahead...
Strasbourg, France
Tour de France cyclists enjoy a boat ride to their podium presentation in Strasbourg June 29, 2006, .....
Tour de France cyclists enjoy a boat ride to their podium presentation in Strasbourg June 29, 2006, ahead of the start of the Tour de France cycling race on Saturday.
ITALY
RTXORZY
June 28, 2006
A marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28,...
Rome, Italy
A marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28.....
A marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28, 2006. [Twenty-six soccer officials, referees and linesmen have been charged in Italy's match-fixing scandal and will face a sports tribunal that convenes on Thursday at the Olympic stadium in Rome.]
ITALY
RTXORZW
June 28, 2006
A detail of a marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A detail of a marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in .....
A detail of a marble statue representing a soccer player is seen in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28, 2006. [Twenty-six soccer officials, referees and linesmen have been charged in Italy's match-fixing scandal and will face a sports tribunal that convenes on Thursday at the Olympic stadium in Rome.]
ITALY
RTXORZV
June 28, 2006
A marble statue is silhouetted in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28, 2006. Twenty-six soccer...
Rome, Italy
A marble statue is silhouetted in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28, 2006. Twenty-six soc.....
A marble statue is silhouetted in front of the Olympic stadium in Rome June 28, 2006. Twenty-six soccer [officials, referees and linesmen have been charged in Italy's match-fixing scandal and will face a sports tribunal that convenes on Thursday at the Olympic stadium in Rome.]
ANNAN
RTXORYV
June 28, 2006
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan speaks at the United Nations in New York about the situation regarding...
New York, USA
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan speaks at the United Nations in New York about the situation regar.....
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan speaks at the United Nations in New York about the situation regarding the [capture of an Israeli soldier in Gaza], June 28, 2006.
BANGKOK
RTXORR4
June 28, 2006
A condominium building is seen in the foreground as a new bridge crossing Bangkok's Chao Phraya river...
Bangkok, Thailand
A condominium building is seen in the foreground as a new bridge crossing Bangkok's Chao Phraya rive.....
A condominium building is seen in the foreground as a new bridge crossing Bangkok's Chao Phraya river is being built in the western suburb of the Thai capital June 28, 2006.
STEINER
RTXOSO7
June 27, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 27JUN06 -
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director Achim Steiner addresses...
Nairobi, Kenya
-PHOTO TAKEN 27JUN06 -
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director Achim Steiner .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 27JUN06 -
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director Achim Steiner addresses a news conference in Kenya's capital Nairobi,June 27, 2006.
AUSTRALIA
RTXORQS
June 27, 2006
A surfer watches part of a pod of dolphins swim past during calm conditions off Manly Beach in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A surfer watches part of a pod of dolphins swim past during calm conditions off Manly Beach in Sydne.....
A surfer watches part of a pod of dolphins swim past during calm conditions off Manly Beach in Sydney June 27, 2006.
MUENTEFERING
RTXORLN
June 26, 2006
German Labour Minister Franz Muentefering uses his cell phone before a party board meeting at the Social...
Berlin, Germany
German Labour Minister Franz Muentefering uses his cell phone before a party board meeting at the So.....
German Labour Minister Franz Muentefering uses his cell phone before a party board meeting at the Social Democratic Party (SPD) headquarters in Berlin June 26, 2006.
PHILIPPINES
RTXORH4
June 24, 2006
PHOTO TAKEN 23JUN06- A view of the "lethal injection chamber" at New Bilibid Prison, the Philippines...
Manila, Philippines
PHOTO TAKEN 23JUN06- A view of the "lethal injection chamber" at New Bilibid Prison, the Philippines.....
PHOTO TAKEN 23JUN06- A view of the "lethal injection chamber" at New Bilibid Prison, the Philippines main prison where more than 1000 men sit on death row, south of Manila June 23, 2006. [Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo signed on Saturday a new law repealing state executions ahead of her visit to the Vatican next week.] Picture taken June 23, 2006.
TENGERI DESERT
RTXOS4F
June 23, 2006
Two tourists drive a recreational vehicle in Tengeri Desert , on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's Ningxia...
ZHONGWEI, China
Two tourists drive a recreational vehicle in Tengeri Desert , on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's .....
Two tourists drive a recreational vehicle in Tengeri Desert , on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region June 23, 2006. China, which is plagued by sandstorms every spring, has embarked on a campaign to plant billions of trees and says it is slowing the rate of desertification, but leading environmentalists said problem was far from under control.
TENGERI DESERT
RTXOS4C
June 23, 2006
Camels rest at Tengeri Desert, on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, June...
ZHONGWEI, China
Camels rest at Tengeri Desert, on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, .....
Camels rest at Tengeri Desert, on the outskirts of Zhongwei, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, June 23, 2006. China, which is plagued by sandstorms every spring, has embarked on a campaign to plant billions of trees and says it is slowing the rate of desertification, but leading environmentalists said problem was far from under control.
FALL
RTXOS3A
June 23, 2006
Ndeye Astou Fall, 22, works at a call centre in Senegal's capital Dakar, June 23, 2006. With some of...
Dakar, Senegal
Ndeye Astou Fall, 22, works at a call centre in Senegal's capital Dakar, June 23, 2006. With some of.....
Ndeye Astou Fall, 22, works at a call centre in Senegal's capital Dakar, June 23, 2006. With some of the best telecommunications on the continent, plenty of cheap labour, strong historic links with [France] and relative political stability, Senegal is increasingly taking on [Morocco and Tunisia in the battle for the French call centre outsourcing market.]
BRAZIL
RTXOS38
June 23, 2006
Policemen stand inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Parana,...
CATANDUVAS, Brazil
Policemen stand inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Parana.....
Policemen stand inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Parana, June 23, 2006. The new prison is one of five being built to house the more notorious Brazilian criminals, including [infamous drug dealer Fernando Beira-Mar.]
BRAZIL
RTXOS37
June 23, 2006
A policeman walks inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Parana...
CATANDUVAS, Brazil
A policeman walks inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Para.....
A policeman walks inside a new federal penitentiary in Catanduvas in Brazil's southern state of Parana June 23, 2006. The new prison is one of five being built to house the more notorious Brazilian criminals, including [infamous drug dealer Fernando Beira-Mar.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXORWM
June 23, 2006
A child plays on a statue symbolizing South Korean soldiers during the 1950-53 Korean War at the War...
Seoul, South Korea
A child plays on a statue symbolizing South Korean soldiers during the 1950-53 Korean War at the War.....
A child plays on a statue symbolizing South Korean soldiers during the 1950-53 Korean War at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul June 23, 2006.
TENGERI DESERT
RTXORW2
June 23, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- A tourist walks to a kiosk used to overlook a park in Tengeri Desert on the outskirts...
ZHONGWEI, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- A tourist walks to a kiosk used to overlook a park in Tengeri Desert on the o.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- A tourist walks to a kiosk used to overlook a park in Tengeri Desert on the outskirts in Zhongwei, China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, June 22, 2006. China, which is plagued by sandstorms every spring, has embarked on a campaign to plant billions of trees and says it is slowing the rate of desertification, but leading environmentalists said problem was far from under control.
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