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FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
RTR258PN
July 02, 2009
The Carnival Victory cruise ship is seen at Port Sante in Basseterre June 13, 2009. The Caribbean's small...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
The Carnival Victory cruise ship is seen at Port Sante in Basseterre June 13, 2009. The Caribbean's small island states resist natural hurricanes year after year, but they are fighting to stay afloat in a global economic storm that is battering the world's rich and poor nations alike. Picture taken June 13, 2009. To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS)
FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
RTR258P7
July 02, 2009
Tourists relax in the swimming pool of a luxury hotel outside Basseterre June 11, 2009. The Caribbean's...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
Tourists relax in the swimming pool of a luxury hotel outside Basseterre June 11, 2009. The Caribbean's small island states resist natural hurricanes year after year, but they are fighting to stay afloat in a global economic storm that is battering the world's rich and poor nations alike. Picture taken June 11, 2009. To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS)
FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
RTR258P2
July 02, 2009
Tourists walk near a cruise ship at the port known as Port Sante in Basseterre June 13, 2009. The Caribbean's...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN
Tourists walk near a cruise ship at the port known as Port Sante in Basseterre June 13, 2009. The Caribbean's small island states resist natural hurricanes year after year, but they are fighting to stay afloat in a global economic storm that is battering the world's rich and poor nations alike. Picture taken June 13, 2009. To match feature FINANCIAL/CARIBBEAN REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS)
ST KITTS AND NEVIS/
RTX7OGB
July 06, 2008
A rainbow forms over the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts July 5, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (ST KITTS)
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
A rainbow forms over the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts
A rainbow forms over the Caribbean Island of St. Kitts July 5, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (ST KITTS)
ST KITTS AND NEVIS/
RTX7OG4
July 06, 2008
A view of the Caribbean Island of Nevis July 5, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (NEVIS)
NEVIS, St. Kitts and Nevis
A view of the Caribbean Island of Nevis
A view of the Caribbean Island of Nevis July 5, 2008. REUTERS/Andy Clark (NEVIS)
CRICKET-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
RTR1NVEN
March 24, 2007
South Africa's AB de Villiers lies on the pitch after being run out during the World Cup cricket match...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
South Africa's de Villiers lies on the pitch after being run out during the World Cup cricket match against...
South Africa's AB de Villiers lies on the pitch after being run out during the World Cup cricket match against Australia in Basseterre on St. Kitts March 24, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
CRICKET-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
RTR1NUT0
March 24, 2007
Australia's captain Ricky Ponting's bat flies out of his grip as he hits a ball during their World Cup...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Australia's captain Ponting's bat flies out of his grip as he hits a ball during their World Cup cricket...
Australia's captain Ricky Ponting's bat flies out of his grip as he hits a ball during their World Cup cricket match against South Africa in Basseterre on St. Kitts March 24, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
ST. KITTS
RTR1NTTU
March 23, 2007
A modified rail road sign indicates that trains no longer run through an unharvested sugarcane field...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Modified rail road sign indicates that trains no longer run through an unharvested sugarcane field near...
A modified rail road sign indicates that trains no longer run through an unharvested sugarcane field near St. Kitts capital Basseterre March 23, 2007. The sugar industry, the long-standing backbone of the economy of St. Kitts and Nevis was closed down eighteen-months-ago leaving the tiny Caribbean nation dependant on tourism. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
CRICKET-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
RTR1NM3U
March 18, 2007
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Adam Gilchrist during their World...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Gilchrist during their World Cup...
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Adam Gilchrist during their World Cup cricket match in Basseterre on St. Kitts March 18, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
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