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Search results for: Kerman-(City)

EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSSO
October 28, 2016
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSSN
October 28, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. ...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSSI
October 28, 2016
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman, Iran, October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSSH
October 28, 2016
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSSE
October 28, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan...
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSS9
October 28, 2016
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSS8
October 28, 2016
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016....
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSS1
October 28, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. ...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QSRU
October 28, 2016
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman, Iran,...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKMJ
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. ...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKH7
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. ...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKH4
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan boys play outside at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKH2
October 26, 2016
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKGX
October 26, 2016
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee girl stands in her home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKGW
October 26, 2016
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman, Iran, October...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee talks to EU officials and aid workers who visited his home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKGU
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. ...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan girls gather at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKGT
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan...
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan...
Iranian and Afghan girls play volleyball with workers of the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR at the Emam Hasan Mojtaba school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKFZ
October 26, 2016
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016....
Kerman, Iran
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman
Iranian and Afghan boys study in a classroom at the Be'sat school in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/IRAN
RTX2QKF8
October 26, 2016
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman, Iran,...
Kerman, Iran
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman
An Afghan refugee talks to family members as EU officials and aid workers visit his home in Kerman, Iran, October 23, 2016. Picture taken on October 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gabriela Baczynska
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWK
October 09, 2008
A worker reaches to pick a bunch of pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast...
Kerman, Iran
A worker reaches to pick a bunch of pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan
A worker reaches to pick a bunch of pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWJ
October 09, 2008
Pistachio pickers walk back towards the trees after unloading their bags onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan,...
Kerman, Iran
Pistachio pickers walk back towards the trees after unloading their bags onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan...
Pistachio pickers walk back towards the trees after unloading their bags onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWI
October 09, 2008
Workers unload bags of pistachios onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of...
Kerman, Iran
Workers unload bags of pistachios onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan
Workers unload bags of pistachios onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWF
October 09, 2008
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September...
Kerman, Iran
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWE
October 09, 2008
Workers pick pistachios as others load them onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast...
Kerman, Iran
Workers pick pistachios as others load them onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan
Workers pick pistachios as others load them onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CWC
October 09, 2008
A warehouse manager sits in a near empty warehouse waiting for an incoming shipment at a processing factory...
Kerman, Iran
A warehouse manager sits in a near empty warehouse waiting for an incoming shipment at a processing factory...
A warehouse manager sits in a near empty warehouse waiting for an incoming shipment at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CW2
October 09, 2008
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September...
Kerman, Iran
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan
A worker picks pistachios from a tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CW0
October 09, 2008
A worker unloads pistachios from a truck at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast...
Kerman, Iran
A worker unloads pistachios from a truck at a processing factory in Rafsanjan
A worker unloads pistachios from a truck at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CVZ
October 09, 2008
A worker monitors a pistachio sorting machine at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers...
Kerman, Iran
A worker monitors a pistachio sorting machine at a processing factory in Rafsanjan
A worker monitors a pistachio sorting machine at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CVW
October 09, 2008
Workers sort pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan,...
Kerman, Iran
Workers sort pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan...
Workers sort pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CVU
October 09, 2008
Pistachios are seen after sorting at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of...
Kerman, Iran
Pistachios are seen after sorting at a processing factory in Rafsanjan
Pistachios are seen after sorting at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CVS
October 09, 2008
A worker spreads out pistachios in the sun at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast...
Kerman, Iran
A worker spreads out pistachios in the sun at a processing factory in Rafsanjan
A worker spreads out pistachios in the sun at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CVQ
October 09, 2008
Pistachios are seen on the tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September...
Kerman, Iran
Pistachios are seen on the tree at a farm in Rafsanjan
Pistachios are seen on the tree at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CPB
October 08, 2008
Workers carry bags of pistachios onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran...
Kerman, Iran
To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
Workers carry bags of pistachios onto a truck at a farm in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. Iran may this year see its position as the world's largest producer of pistachio nuts overtaken by the United States, as the Islamic Republic suffers one of its worst harvests ever. Picture taken September 23, 2008. To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CPA
October 08, 2008
Pistachios are seen after sorting at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of...
Kerman, Iran
To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
Pistachios are seen after sorting at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. Iran may this year see its position as the world's largest producer of pistachio nuts overtaken by the United States, as the Islamic Republic suffers one of its worst harvests ever. Picture taken September 23, 2008. To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CP8
October 08, 2008
A worker sorts pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in...
Kerman, Iran
To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
A worker sorts pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. Iran may this year see its position as the world's largest producer of pistachio nuts overtaken by the United States, as the Islamic Republic suffers one of its worst harvests ever. Picture taken September 23, 2008. To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CP6
October 08, 2008
Workers monitor a pistachio sorting machine at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast...
Kerman, Iran
To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
Workers monitor a pistachio sorting machine at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. Iran may this year see its position as the world's largest producer of pistachio nuts overtaken by the United States, as the Islamic Republic suffers one of its worst harvests ever. Picture taken September 23, 2008. To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
RTX9CP5
October 08, 2008
Workers sort pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan,...
Kerman, Iran
To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/
Workers sort pistachios by hand during a final inspection before packing at a processing factory in Rafsanjan, 1,000 kilometers southeast of Tehran September 23, 2008. Iran may this year see its position as the world's largest producer of pistachio nuts overtaken by the United States, as the Islamic Republic suffers one of its worst harvests ever. Picture taken September 23, 2008. To match feature IRAN-PISTACHIOS/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN
RTXMDE9
January 03, 2004
An Iranian woman and her baby travel in a pickup truck as they move from the devastated earthquake hit...
Bam, Iran
An Iranian woman and her baby travel in a pickup truck as they move from the devastated earthquake h.....
An Iranian woman and her baby travel in a pickup truck as they move from the devastated earthquake hit town of Bam to Kerman January 3, 2004. About 90 percent of the mostly mud-brick buildings in the ancient Silk Road city collapsed in last Friday's quake, killing at least 30,000 people in one of the world's worst natural disasters in recent decades.
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9LD4
January 03, 2004
An Iranian woman and her baby travel in a pickup truck as they move from the devastated earthquake hit...
IRANIAN WOMAN AND HER BABY TRAVEL FROM QUAKE HIT BAM TO KERMAN IN A PCIKUP TRUCK.
An Iranian woman and her baby travel in a pickup truck as they move from the devastated earthquake hit town of Bam to Kerman January 3, 2004. About 90 percent of the mostly mud-brick buildings in the ancient Silk Road city collapsed in last Friday's quake, killing at least 30,000 people in one of the world's worst natural disasters in recent decades. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/WS
QUAKE IRAN
RTR9FY6
December 30, 2003
An Iranian soldier unloads a crate of canned beans donated by the United Arab Emirate at Kerman airport...
Kerman, Iran
IRANIAN SOLDIER UNLOADS FOOD AID FROM U.A.E. AT KERMAN AIRPORT.
An Iranian soldier unloads a crate of canned beans donated by the United Arab Emirate at Kerman airport in Iran December 30, 2003. Some 50,000 people may have died in Friday's Iranian earthquake, officials told Reuters on Tuesday, as relief workers pleaded for more aid for survivors of one of the deadliest natural disasters of modern times. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir JS/CRB
QUAKE IRAN
RTR9FXS
December 30, 2003
Iranian soldiers unloaded food aid from a United Arab Emirate military plane at Kerman airport in Iran...
Kerman, Iran
IRANIAN SOLDIERS UNLOAD FOOD AID A U.A.E. PLANE AT KERMAN AIRPORT.
Iranian soldiers unloaded food aid from a United Arab Emirate military plane at Kerman airport in Iran December 30, 2003. Some 50,000 people may have died in Friday's Iranian earthquake, officials told Reuters on Tuesday, as relief workers pleaded for more aid for survivors of one of the deadliest natural disasters of modern times. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir JS/CRB
KERMAN
RTR9FU9
December 30, 2003
Iranian soldiers next to aid consisting of medecins, tents and food, unloaded from a Lebanese plane at...
Kerman, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
IRANIAN SOLDIERS STAND NEXT TO AID UNLOADED FROM A LEBANESE PLANE AT KERMAN AIROPORT.
Iranian soldiers next to aid consisting of medecins, tents and food, unloaded from a Lebanese plane at Kerman airport December 30, 2003. Some 50,000 people may have died in Friday's Iranian earthquake, officials told Reuters on Tuesday, as relief workers pleaded for more aid for survivors of one of the deadliest natural disasters of modern times. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir JS/GM
KERMAN
RTR9FTE
December 30, 2003
Iranian soldiers load medecins from Iranian Red Cresent at Kerman airport December 30, 2003. Some 50,000...
Kerman, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
IRANIAN SOLDIERS LOADED MEDECINS FROM IRANIAN RED CRESENT AT KERMAN AIRPORT NEAR BAM.
Iranian soldiers load medecins from Iranian Red Cresent at Kerman airport December 30, 2003. Some 50,000 people may have died in Friday's Iranian earthquake, officials told Reuters on Tuesday, as relief workers pleaded for more aid for survivors of one of the deadliest natural disasters of modern times. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir JS/GM
IRAN
RTXMCSI
December 26, 2003
An injured Iranian woman is tended to in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake...
Bam, Iran
An injured Iranian woman is tended to in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthqua.....
An injured Iranian woman is tended to in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of [Tehran] December 26, 2003. A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said.
IRAN
RTXMCSF
December 26, 2003
An injured man drinks tea in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after the earthquake struck Bam,...
Bam, Iran
An injured man drinks tea in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after the earthquake struck B.....
An injured man drinks tea in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after the earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of [Tehran] December 26, 2003.A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said.
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9BFC
December 26, 2003
An injured Iranian woman is tended to in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake...
Bam, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
AN INJURED IRANIAN WOMAN IS TREATED IN A MOSQUE IN KERMAN AFTER AN EARTH QUAKE IN IRAN.
An injured Iranian woman is tended to in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of Tehran December 26, 2003. A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9BF5
December 26, 2003
An injured Iranian man cries out in pain in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake...
AN IRANIAN MAN INJURED IN AN EARTH QUAKE CRIES OUT IN PAIN IN A MOSQUE IN KERMAN.
An injured Iranian man cries out in pain in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after an earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of Tehran December 26, 2003.A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl PP03120056
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9BEY
December 26, 2003
An injured man drinks tea in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after the earthquake struck Bam,...
AN INJURED IRANIAN MAN DRINKS TEA IN A MOSQUE IN KERMAN AFTER AN EARTH QUAKE HIT IRAN.
An injured man drinks tea in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital, after the earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of Tehran December 26, 2003.A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl PP03120056 CJF/WS
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9BES
December 26, 2003
Injured Iranians lie in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital after an earthquake struck Bam, 1285...
IRANIANS INJURED IN AN EARTH QUAKE LIE IN A MOSQUE IN KERMAN.
Injured Iranians lie in a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital after an earthquake struck Bam, 1285 kilometers southeast of Tehran December 26, 2003. A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl CJF/WS
IRAN EARTHQUAKE
RTR9BE9
December 26, 2003
An Iranian man tends to an injured relative at a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital after an earthquake...
Bam, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
AN IRANIAN MAN TENDS TO AN INJURED RELATIVE AFTER AN EARTH QUAKE IN IRAN.
An Iranian man tends to an injured relative at a mosque in Kerman, the regional capital after an earthquake hit Bam, 1285 kilometres southeast of Tehran December 26, 2003. A pre-dawn earthquake razed much of the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in Iran on Friday, killing more than 20,000 people and injuring tens of thousands more, government officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
RTR28IN
August 28, 2003
A date sorter walks home after a day's work at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province...
DATE SORTER WALKS HOME AFTER WORK.
A date sorter walks home after a day's work at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran
August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000
tons of dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this
year's crop due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of
underground canals known as qanats to carry surface water to their
trees have been forced to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest
of dates is done by families with the men climbing trees and the women
doing the sorting and packing. The children help out where they can.
Iran exports dates to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF
RTR28IH
August 28, 2003
An Iranian man throws low quality dates deemed to be animal fodder into
a trailer at a processing center...
IRANIAN MAN PUTS LOW QUALITY DATES INTO TRAILER.
An Iranian man throws low quality dates deemed to be animal fodder into
a trailer at a processing center in Bam, a city in Kerman province
1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman
province which produces about 300,000 tons of dates per year is
expecting to have a 40% reduction in this year's crop due to drought.
Date farmers who use a system of underground canals known as qanats to
carry surface water to their trees have been forced to dig wells as
deep as 300 meters. The harvest of dates is done by families with the
men climbing trees and the women doing the sorting and packing. The
children help out where they can. Iran exports dates to Europe and
North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF
RTR28IC
August 28, 2003
An Iranian boy carries boxes of sorted dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province...
IRANIAN BOY CARRIES BOXES OF SORTED DATES.
An Iranian boy carries boxes of sorted dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran
August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000
tons of dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this
year's crop due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of
underground canals known as qanats to carry surface water to their
trees have been forced to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest
of dates is done by families with the men climbing trees and the women
doing the sorting and packing. The children help out where they can.
Iran exports dates to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF
RTR28I4
August 28, 2003
An Iranian boy carries boxes of sorted dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province...
IRANIAN BOY CARRIES BOXES OF SORTED DATES.
An Iranian boy carries boxes of sorted dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran
August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000
tons of dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this
year's crop due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of
underground canals known as qanats to carry surface water to their
trees have been forced to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest
of dates is done by families with the men climbing trees and the women
doing the sorting and packing. The children help out where they can.
Iran exports dates to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

CJF
RTR28I0
August 28, 2003
An Iranian woman sorts dates at a processing center in Bam, a city in
Kerman province 1,200 kilometers...
IRANIAN WOMAN SORTS DATES.
An Iranian woman sorts dates at a processing center in Bam, a city in
Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August 24,2003.
Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000 tons of dates per
year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this year's crop due to
drought. Date farmers who use a system of underground canals known as
qanats to carry surface water to their trees have been forced to dig
wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest of dates is done by families
with the men climbing trees and the women doing the sorting and
packing. The children help out where they can. Iran exports dates to
Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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RTR28HW
August 28, 2003
A line of Iranian women sort dates at a processing center in Bam, a
city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers...
LINE OF WOMEN SORT DATES.
A line of Iranian women sort dates at a processing center in Bam, a
city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August
24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000 tons of
dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this year's crop
due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of underground canals
known as qanats to carry surface water to their trees have been forced
to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest of dates is done by
families with the men climbing trees and the women doing the sorting
and packing. The children help out where they can. Iran exports dates
to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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RTR28HQ
August 28, 2003
An Iranian girl smiles as she sorts dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200...
GIRL SMILES AS SHE SORTS DATES.
An Iranian girl smiles as she sorts dates at a processing center in
Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran
August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000
tons of dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this
year's crop due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of
underground canals known as qanats to carry surface water to their
trees have been forced to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest
of dates is done by families with the men climbing trees and the women
doing the sorting and packing. The children help out where they can.
Iran exports dates to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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RTR28HM
August 28, 2003
An Iranian man shakes a bunch dates to harvest ripe dates in Bam, a
city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers...
MAN SHAKES RIPE DATES OFF THE BUNCH.
An Iranian man shakes a bunch dates to harvest ripe dates in Bam, a
city in Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August
24,2003. Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000 tons of
dates per year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this year's crop
due to drought. Date farmers who use a system of underground canals
known as qanats to carry surface water to their trees have been forced
to dig wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest of dates is done by
families with the men climbing trees and the women doing the sorting
and packing. The children help out where they can. Iran exports dates
to Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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RTR28HH
August 28, 2003
An Iranian man walks up a date palm to harvest dates in Bam, a city in
Kerman province 1,200 kilometers...
CLIMBER WALKS UP DATE PALM TO HARVEST DATES.
An Iranian man walks up a date palm to harvest dates in Bam, a city in
Kerman province 1,200 kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August 24,2003.
Iran's Kerman province which produces about 300,000 tons of dates per
year is expecting to have a 40% reduction in this year's crop due to
drought. Date farmers who use a system of underground canals known as
qanats to carry surface water to their trees have been forced to dig
wells as deep as 300 meters. The harvest of dates is done by families
with the men climbing trees and the women doing the sorting and
packing. The children help out where they can. Iran exports dates to
Europe and North America. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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RTR28GZ
August 28, 2003
Ripe and unripe dates hang from a date palm before workers shake the
bunch to harvest ripe dates in...
RIPE AND UNRIPE DATES ON A DATE TREE.
Ripe and unripe dates hang from a date palm before workers shake the
bunch to harvest ripe dates in Bam, a city in Kerman province 1,200
kilometers south of Tehran, Iran August 24,2003. Iran's Kerman province
which produces about 300,000 tons of dates per year is expecting to
have a 40% reduction in this year's crop due to drought. Date farmers
who use a system of underground canals known as qanats to carry surface
water to their trees have been forced to dig wells as deep as 300
meters. The harvest of dates is done by families with the men climbing
trees and the women doing the sorting and packing. The children help
out where they can. Iran exports dates to Europe and North America.
REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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