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HUNGARY
RTR2WOTE
January 22, 2012
A dog looks out from his cage after a race in a sled dog competition in Galyateto, 106km (66 miles) east...
GALYATETO, Hungary
A dog looks out from his cage after a race in a sled dog competition in Galyateto
A dog looks out from his cage after a race in a sled dog competition in Galyateto, 106km (66 miles) east of Budapest, January 22, 2012. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY SPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UGANDA-STRIKE/
RTR2W5HG
January 11, 2012
A security officer sits outside a closed shop in Uganda's capital Kampala, January 11, 2012. Traders...
Kampala, Uganda
A security officer sits outside a closed shop in Uganda's capital Kampala
A security officer sits outside a closed shop in Uganda's capital Kampala, January 11, 2012. Traders and shopkeepers in the Ugandan capital Kampala closed on Wednesday for a three-day strike to try to press commercial banks to stop raising interest rates, a demand dismissed by the bankers' association as impossible. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN-EXORCISM/
RTR2VH4C
December 20, 2011
Padlocks and threads symbolising prayers left by worshippers are seen attached to a metal grill at the...
Thatta, Pakistan
To match feature PAKISTAN-EXORCISM/
Padlocks and threads symbolising prayers left by worshippers are seen attached to a metal grill at the Abdullah Shah Ashabi Sufi shrine in Thatta district, in Pakistan's Sindh province, November 24, 2011. Many Pakistanis think their sufferings are inflicted by evil spirits intent on destroying marriage prospects, businesses and health, and that only Sufi saints can help. It is a risky belief in Pakistan as militants, including the al Qaeda-linked Taliban, have over the years bombed Sufi shrines which they consider heretical. But fears of possession, and life's many challenges, keep driving people back to the shrines. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match feature PAKISTAN-EXORCISM/ REUTERS/Rebecca Conway (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2VBS4
December 16, 2011
Dogs wait to be slaughtered in a cage for sale as food in Duong Noi village, outside Hanoi December 16,...
DUONG NOI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Dogs wait to be slaughtered in a cage for sale as food in Duong Noi village
Dogs wait to be slaughtered in a cage for sale as food in Duong Noi village, outside Hanoi December 16, 2011. While animal rights activists have condemned eating dog meat as cruel treatment of the animals, it is still an accepted popular delicacy for some Vietnamese, as well in some other Asian countries. Duong Noi is well-known as a dog-meat village, where hundreds of dogs are killed each day for sale as popular traditional food. Dog-eating as a custom is rooted in Vietnam and was developed as a result of poverty. One kilogram of dog meat costs about 130,000 dongs ($6.2). REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
PAKISTAN
RTR2V75N
December 13, 2011
A student wears a chain around his ankle while others sit with their belongings at a police station after...
Karachi, Pakistan
A student wears a chain around his ankle while others sit with their belongings at a police station after...
A student wears a chain around his ankle while others sit with their belongings at a police station after being rescued during a late night raid at the Zakariya madrassa on the outskirts of Karachi on December 13, 2011. Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi have rescued 54 students from the basement of an Islamic seminary, or madrassa, where they said they were kept in chains by clerics, beaten and barely fed. Police raided the Zakariya madrassa late on Monday on the outskirts of Karachi, Pakistan's commercial hub. They were now investigating whether it had any links to violent militant groups, which often recruit from hardline religious schools. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST RELIGION EDUCATION)
EUROZONE-CRISIS-POLL
RTR2V03E
December 08, 2011
Uncollected mail is left outside the gates of a store that closed down in Madrid December 8, 2011. The...
Madrid, Spain
Uncollected mail is left outside the gates of a store that closed down in Madrid
Uncollected mail is left outside the gates of a store that closed down in Madrid December 8, 2011. The euro zone will probably survive in its current form even though leaders at this week's European summit will fail to deliver a decisive solution to the debt crisis ravaging the currency bloc, a Reuters poll found.REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
YEMEN/
RTR2UVGR
December 05, 2011
A woman displays her hand with a chain and lock during a demonstration to demand trial of Yemen's outgoing...
TAIZ, Yemen
A woman displays her hand with a chain and lock during a demonstration to demand trial of Yemen's outgoing...
A woman displays her hand with a chain and lock during a demonstration to demand trial of Yemen's outgoing President Ali Abdullah Saleh in the southern city of Taiz December 5, 2011. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN-STRIKES/
RTR2UN9U
November 30, 2011
The gates to Whalley Range High School are padlocked, in Manchester, northern England November 30, 2011....
Manchester, United Kingdom
The gates to Whalley Range High School are padlocked, in Manchester, northern England
The gates to Whalley Range High School are padlocked, in Manchester, northern England November 30, 2011. Teachers, hospital staff and border guards will be among workers taking part in Britain's first mass strike for more than 30 years on Wednesday, adding to pressure on a coalition facing a weakening economy REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
EGYPT-ELECTION/
RTR2UMLO
November 29, 2011
Electoral workers use wax to seal ballot boxes as they collect them after voting ended at a polling station...
Alexandria, Egypt
Electoral workers use wax to seal ballot boxes as they collect them after voting ended at a polling station...
Electoral workers use wax to seal ballot boxes as they collect them after voting ended at a polling station during the second day of parliamentary elections in Alexandria, November 29, 2011. Egyptians voted on Tuesday in a parliamentary election that Islamists hope will sweep them closer to power, even though the army generals who took over from President Hosni Mubarak have yet to step aside. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El-Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZW
November 29, 2011
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker shakes a pot of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker shakes a pot of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZV
November 29, 2011
A customer prepares to eat a mussel at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
A customer prepares to eat a mussel at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZT
November 29, 2011
A customer prepares to eat a mussel at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
A customer prepares to eat a mussel at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZS
November 29, 2011
Mussels are seen at Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Mussels are seen at Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZQ
November 29, 2011
Cook Lavdim Kelmendi shakes a pot of mussels at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011....
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Cook Lavdim Kelmendi shakes a pot of mussels at the Volle Gas restaurant in Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZP
November 29, 2011
Pedestrians walk past seafood display including mussels displayed outside a restaurant in central Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Pedestrians walk past seafood display including mussels displayed outside a restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZO
November 29, 2011
A plate of raw mussels is seen at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
A plate of raw mussels is seen at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZN
November 29, 2011
Customers eat mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Customers eat mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZL
November 29, 2011
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker displays a plate of mussels "a la provencale" with cheese, garlic,...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker displays a plate of mussels "a la provencale" with cheese, garlic, butter and tomato sauce at Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZK
November 29, 2011
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker displays a plate of mussels "a la provencale" with cheese, garlic,...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker displays a plate of mussels "a la provencale" with cheese, garlic, butter and tomato sauce at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZJ
November 29, 2011
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker shakes a pot of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker shakes a pot of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
RTR2ULZH
November 29, 2011
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker holds a handful of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS
Belgian cook Alexandre Vanlancker holds a handful of mussels at the Chez Leon restaurant in central Brussels November 24, 2011. Mussels start as larva, until they are heavy enough to sink to the bottom of the sea, where they grow wiry threads -- known as beards -- that allow them to latch on to anything around, forming great clumps of dark and heavily encrusted shells. There in the deep, they feed heartily on plankton and grow plump. Marine mussels tend to live on exposed shores in intertidal waters and after two to three years are ready to be harvested. Zeeland, on the north coast of Belgium and the western Netherlands is a perfect place for the young molluscs to grow up and was long the source of most mussels in Belgium. Picture taken November 24, 2011. To match FOOD-BELGIUM/MUSSELS REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD)
GERMANY/
RTR2UGDT
November 25, 2011
A German police officer uses a Geiger counter to measure the radiation of a Castor container on a transport...
Neunkirchen, Germany
German police officer measure radiation of Castor container on transport train during a stop in Neunkirchen...
A German police officer uses a Geiger counter to measure the radiation of a Castor container on a transport train, during a stop in Neunkirchen near Saarbruecken November 25, 2011. The Castor (Cask for Storage and Transport Of Radioactive material) train is carrying 11 containers of spent German nuclear fuel on route from France after being reprocessed, to the nuclear waste storage facility of Gorleben in north eastern Germany. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37N
November 16, 2011
A lock and chain secures an access gate to a property owned by coal seam gas miner Santos during a blockade...
SPRING RIDGE, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A lock and chain secures an access gate to a property owned by coal seam gas miner Santos during a blockade of the property by local landholders near Spring Ridge, 290 km (180 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
GREECE/
RTR2SI6I
October 11, 2011
Employees block the entrance of the Interior Ministry during a protest against the government's plans...
Athens, Greece
Employees block the entrance of the Interior Ministry during a protest against the government's plans...
Employees block the entrance of the Interior Ministry during a protest against the government's plans for wage cuts in central Athens October 11, 2011. Workers at state-owned Greek companies including oil refiners, power utilities, ports and water operators plan to walk off the job on October 18 to fight planned pay cuts that are part of a new bailout plan, labour unions said on Monday. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
LIBYA/SYNAGOGUE
RTR2S60C
October 03, 2011
The locked front door to Tripoli's main synagogue is seen October 3, 2011. David Gerbi, a Libyan Jew...
Tripoli, Libya
Locked front door to Tripoli's main synagogue is seen
The locked front door to Tripoli's main synagogue is seen October 3, 2011. David Gerbi, a Libyan Jew who returned to the country in hopes of resurrecting its Jewish community after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi said on Monday that armed men had forced him from the Tripoli synagogue which he had hoped to restore and which he had begun cleaning a day earlier. Gerbi told reporters he was trying to resume cleaning at the long-shuttered synagogue, only to find its door locked. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
INDIA/
RTR2RMHV
September 21, 2011
Kalyani Das (L), 60, ties her husband Pachugopal, 65, to the metal bars of a train window using a chain...
Kolkata, India
Kalyani Das ties her husband Pachugopal to the metal bars of a train window using a chain and padlocks...
Kalyani Das (L), 60, ties her husband Pachugopal, 65, to the metal bars of a train window using a chain and padlocks as they travel from Mallickpur village where they live to Kolkata where she works September 19, 2011. Kalyani Das says her husband suffers from a mental disorder, and she chains her husband to prevent him from abusing her and running away while she works. Das said her husband's condition started about seven years ago because of family problems. Kalyani, who earns 50 Indian Rupees a day ($1.05) working at a roadside eatery, said she wishes for his death so that their suffering could end. She was married to Pachugopal at the age of 10 and has been married for 50 years, Kalyani said. Picture taken on September 16, 2011. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2RJ8T
September 19, 2011
An activist has a lock adjusted around her neck and connected to a barrier at the entrance to the Dale...
BILLERICAY, United Kingdom
An activist has a lock adjusted around her neck and connected to a barrier at the entrance to the Dale...
An activist has a lock adjusted around her neck and connected to a barrier at the entrance to the Dale Farm traveller site, near Billericay in southern England September 19, 2011. Bailiffs were expected to begin clearing the site in Essex, on Monday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2QYS3
September 08, 2011
A man holds padlocks, which he said were cut by paramilitary soldiers during a house-to-house search...
Karachi, Pakistan
Man holds padlocks, which he said were cut by paramilitary soldiers during house-to-house search operation...
A man holds padlocks, which he said were cut by paramilitary soldiers during a house-to-house search operation to counter violence in Karachi September 8, 2011. Pakistan Rangers arrested over a dozen suspects during search operations in the Baldia Town and Federal B Area of Karachi on Thursday, local media reported. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
FRANCE/
RTR2PAXB
July 26, 2011
Some of thousands of padlocks clipped by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the...
Paris, France
Some of thousands of padlocks clipped by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the...
Some of thousands of padlocks clipped by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the River Seine are seen during summer holidays in Paris July 26, 2011. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-HOTELS/SAHARA
RTR2NKI3
June 11, 2011
The doors at the Sahara hotel and casino are locked with a chain and padlock in Las Vegas, Nevada during...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters Life! story TRAVEL-HOTELS/SAHARA
The doors at the Sahara hotel and casino are locked with a chain and padlock in Las Vegas, Nevada during the casino's last day of operation May 16, 2011. The Sahara, which opened in 1952 and was once a favorite venue for Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and stars known as the "Rat Pack," was officially shuttered by its new owners SBE Entertainment Group. SBE chief executive Sam Nazarian, who bought the Sahara in 2007, has said the Sahara is no longer economically viable but has hinted at the possibility of some day reopening the 1,750-room hotel, distinguished for its Moroccan architectural motifs and onion dome. To match Reuters Life! story TRAVEL-HOTELS/SAHARA REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTR2NDK3
June 06, 2011
The front gate of a ranch covered in ash from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain is seen in...
SAN MARTIN DE LOS ANDES, Argentina
The front gate of a ranch covered in ash from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain in the mountain...
The front gate of a ranch covered in ash from Chile's Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain is seen in the mountain resort of San Martin de Los Andes in Argentina's Patagonia region June 6, 2011. A volcano dormant for decades erupted in south-central Chile on Saturday, belching an ash cloud more than 6 miles (10 km) high that blew over the Andes and carpeted the resort in neighboring Argentina. The eruption in the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic chain, about 575 miles (920 km) south of the capital, Santiago, in Patagonia also prompted Chilean authorities to shut a heavily traveled border crossing into Argentina. Chile's government said it was evacuating 3,500 people from the surrounding area as a precaution. Officials said the volcano was spitting molten rock, but there was no visible lava flow. REUTERS/Patricio Rodriguez (ARGENTINA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE
RTR2JK9C
March 07, 2011
Some of thousands of padlocks clipped by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the...
Paris, France
Padlocks on the Pont des Arts bridge over the River Seine in Paris
Some of thousands of padlocks clipped by lovers onto the railings of the Pont des Arts bridge over the River Seine in Paris are seen on a spring morning in Paris, March 7, 2011. The Pont Neuf bridge and the Ile de la Cite island in the river Seine can be seen at rear. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE - Tags: TRAVEL)
PERU/
RTXVQ6N
December 14, 2010
Inmates cook Christmas meals for a culinary competition at the Santa Monica female prison in Lima, December...
Lima, Peru
Inmates cook Christmas meals for a culinary competition at the Santa Monica female prison in Lima
Inmates cook Christmas meals for a culinary competition at the Santa Monica female prison in Lima, December 14, 2010. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
BANGLADESH-STRIKE/
RTXV8O4
November 30, 2010
An activist from the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) looks through the window of a...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
An activist from Bangladesh Nationalist Party looks through window of a prison van after being arrested...
An activist from the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) looks through the window of a prison van after being arrested by the police during a strike in Dhaka November 30, 2010. Transport was disrupted and some shops and offices closed on Tuesday as the BNP staged a nationwide strike to denounce the eviction of their leader from her home. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXTQ37
October 22, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson smiles in front of a portrait of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space,...
Star City, Russia
U.S. astronaut Caldwell Dyson smiles in front of a portrait of Gagarin during traditional welcoming ceremony...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson smiles in front of a portrait of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, during a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow October 22, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on September 25, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXTQ32
October 22, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (centre L) attends a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City...
Star City, Russia
U.S. astronaut Caldwell Dyson attends a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (centre L) attends a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow October 22, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on September 25, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXTQ2W
October 22, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson tastes bread and salt during a traditional welcoming ceremony in...
Star City, Russia
U.S. astronaut Caldwell Dyson tastes bread and salt during a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson tastes bread and salt during a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow October 22, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on September 25, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXTQ2M
October 22, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (L) and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (C) and Mikhail Korniyenko...
Star City, Russia
U.S. astronaut Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Skvortsov and Korniyenko taste bread and salt in...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (L) and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (C) and Mikhail Korniyenko taste bread and salt during a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow October 22, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Skvortsov, Korniyenko and Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on September 25, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXTQ2I
October 22, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko...
Star City, Russia
U.S. astronaut Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Skvortsov and Korniyenko pose for a picture in Star...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko (L-R) pose for a picture in front of a statue of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, during a traditional welcoming ceremony in Star City outside Moscow October 22, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Skvortsov, Korniyenko and Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on September 25, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH)
INDIA/
RTXSPOK
September 27, 2010
A vendor displays metal locks for sale at his roadside shop in New Delhi September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Parivartan...
New Delhi, India
A vendor displays metal locks for sale at his roadside shop in New Delhi
A vendor displays metal locks for sale at his roadside shop in New Delhi September 27, 2010. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNOA
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov (L) is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft landed...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft landed...
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov (L) is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft landed near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNO9
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov (2nd R) smiles as he is carried by ground personnel after Skvortsov...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov smiles as he is carried by ground personnel after Skvortsov landed in the...
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov (2nd R) smiles as he is carried by ground personnel after Skvortsov landed in the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNO6
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko (2nd R) gestures as he is carried by ground personnel after Kornienko...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Kornienko gestures as he is carried by ground personnel after Kornienko landed near...
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko (2nd R) gestures as he is carried by ground personnel after Kornienko landed in the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNO4
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko (L) is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Kornienko is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft landed...
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko (L) is helped out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after the spacecraft landed near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNO1
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010....
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNO0
September 25, 2010
Specialists check the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after it landed near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Specialists check the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after it landed near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan...
Specialists check the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after it landed near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNNX
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010....
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNNW
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010....
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNNU
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010....
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft lands near the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. The Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNEM
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan September...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSNED
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko smiles after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko smiles after landing near the town of Arkalyk
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko smiles after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMU0
September 25, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson smiles as she receives a Matryoshka doll, in her likeness, during...
Karaganda, Kazakhstan
U.S. astronaut Dyson smiles as she receives a Matryoshka doll, in her likeness, during a news conference...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson smiles as she receives a Matryoshka doll, in her likeness, during a news conference at the airport of Karaganda, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMTP
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, wearing the Kazakh national attire, laughs as he receives a Matryoshka...
Karaganda, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov, wearing the Kazakh national attire, laughs as he receives a Matryoshka doll,...
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, wearing the Kazakh national attire, laughs as he receives a Matryoshka doll, in his likeness during a news conference at the airport of Karaganda, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMT6
September 25, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (L), Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (C) and Mikhail Kornienko...
Karaganda, Kazakhstan
U.S. astronaut Dyson, Russian cosmonauts Skvortsov and Kornienko attend a news conference wearing the...
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson (L), Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (C) and Mikhail Kornienko attend a news conference wearing the Kazakh national attire presented to them in the airport of Karaganda, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMS9
September 25, 2010
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson eats an apple after her landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson eats an apple after her landing near the town of Arkalyk
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson eats an apple after her landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010.A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMRK
September 25, 2010
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan September...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft is seen as it lands near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMRH
September 25, 2010
Specialists help U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson get out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after landing...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Specialists help U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson get out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after landing...
Specialists help U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson get out of the Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMRF
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko eats a cucumber after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko eats cucumber after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan...
Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko eats a cucumber after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson back to Earth from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMR9
September 25, 2010
Specialists carry U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson after her landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Specialists carry U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson after her landing near the town of Arkalyk
Specialists carry U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson after her landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMR4
September 25, 2010
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov (R) looks at an Orthodox priest after his landing near the town...
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan
Russian cosmonaut Skvortsov looks at an Orthodox priest after his landing near the town of Arkalyk
Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov (R) looks at an Orthodox priest after his landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS)
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