Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: MO-Yan

COLOMBIA-CHINA/
RTX1E61P
May 22, 2015
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (C) applaud Chinese Nobel Prize...
Bogota, Colombia
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos applaud Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate...
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (C) applaud Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan during a literary event in Bogota May 22, 2015. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-CHINA/
RTX1E61A
May 22, 2015
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (L) shakes hands With Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos shakes hands With Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature...
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (L) shakes hands With Chinese Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan during a literary event in Bogota May 22, 2015. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EKZ9
March 05, 2013
2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan (1st L), who is also a delegate, sits together with other...
Beijing, China
2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan, who is also a delegate, sits together with other delegates...
2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan (1st L), who is also a delegate, sits together with other delegates as they attend the opening ceremony of National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EKYP
March 05, 2013
A delegate yawns as 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan (top, 2nd R), who is also a delegate,...
Beijing, China
A delegate yawns as 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan looks on, at the Great Hall of the...
A delegate yawns as 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature Mo Yan (top, 2nd R), who is also a delegate, sits together with other delegates as they listen to China's Premier Wen Jiabao's speech during the opening ceremony of National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 5, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EIIE
March 03, 2013
Mo Yan, 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature, who is also a delegate, is surrounded by reporters...
Beijing, China
Mo Yan, Laureate of the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature who is also a delegate, is surrounded by reporters...
Mo Yan, 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature, who is also a delegate, is surrounded by reporters outside the Great Hall of the People, the venue of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EICJ
March 03, 2013
Mo Yan, 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature, who is also a delegate, arrives for the opening ceremony...
Beijing, China
Mo Yan, 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature, who is also a delegate, arrives for the opening ceremony...
Mo Yan, 2012 Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature, who is also a delegate, arrives for the opening ceremony of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Nobel Prize
Nobel Prize
Literature Winner Chinese Writer Mo Yan - 06 Dec 2012
23 PICTURES
CHINA-MOYAN/
RTR391WV
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan takes a lift down after a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan takes a lift down after a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province...
Chinese writer Mo Yan takes a lift down after a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Chinese Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan said on Friday he hoped jailed compatriot Liu Xiaobo, who won the Nobel Peace Prize two years ago, would be freed soon. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA-MOYAN/
RTR391WU
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures before the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures before the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong...
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures before the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Chinese Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan said on Friday that he hoped the jailed 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, can "achieve freedom soon". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA-MOYAN/
RTR391WR
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Chinese Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo Yan said on Friday that he hoped the jailed 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, can "achieve freedom soon". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA-MOYAN/
RTR391VT
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to members of the media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi,...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to members of the media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Chinese Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo said on Friday that he hoped the jailed 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, can "achieve freedom soon". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA-MOYAN/
RTR391VR
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to members of the media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi,...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi
Chinese writer Mo Yan speaks to members of the media during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Chinese Nobel Literature Prize winner Mo said on Friday that he hoped the jailed 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Liu Xiaobo, can "achieve freedom soon". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEADSHOT POLITICS)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391UW
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi
Chinese writer Mo Yan gestures during a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on Thursday for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE HEADSHOT)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391UV
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan waits for the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan waits for the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province...
Chinese writer Mo Yan waits for the start of a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on Thursday for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391U5
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on Thursday for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391TY
October 12, 2012
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October...
GAOMI, China
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi
Chinese writer Mo Yan arrives for a news conference in his hometown of Gaomi, Shandong province October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on Thursday for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391LG
October 12, 2012
A bedroom is pictured at Chinese writer Mo Yan's childhood home, which is no longer occupied, at Pinganzhuang...
GAOMI, China
A bedroom is pictured at Chinese writer Mo Yan's childhood home, which is no longer occupied, at Pinganzhuang...
A bedroom is pictured at Chinese writer Mo Yan's childhood home, which is no longer occupied, at Pinganzhuang village, in Gaomi Shandong province, October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012, for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. Mo, who was once so destitute he ate tree bark and weeds to survive, is the first Chinese national to win the $1.2 million literature prize, awarded by the Swedish Academy. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391LF
October 12, 2012
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, smiles during an interview with Reuters in front...
GAOMI, China
The father of Chinese writer Mo Yan smiles during an interview with Reuters in front of Mo's childhood...
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, smiles during an interview with Reuters in front of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang village, in Gaomi Shandong province, October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012, for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. Mo, who was once so destitute he ate tree bark and weeds to survive, is the first Chinese national to win the $1.2 million literature prize, awarded by the Swedish Academy. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391KR
October 12, 2012
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, stands next to a window after an interview with...
GAOMI, China
The father of Chinese writer Mo Yan stands next to a window in front of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang...
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, stands next to a window after an interview with Reuters in front of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang village, in Gaomi Shandong province, October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012, for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. Mo, who was once so destitute he ate tree bark and weeds to survive, is the first Chinese national to win the $1.2 million literature prize, awarded by the Swedish Academy. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391JC
October 12, 2012
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, holds crops as he walks into a yard of Mo's childhood...
GAOMI, China
The father of Chinese writer Mo Yan holds crops as he walks into a yard of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang...
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, holds crops as he walks into a yard of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang village, in Gaomi Shandong province, October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012, for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. Mo, who was once so destitute he ate tree bark and weeds to survive, is the first Chinese national to win the $1.2 million literature prize, awarded by the Swedish Academy. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
NOBELS-LITERATURE/
RTR391J7
October 12, 2012
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, puts on his coat after an interview with Reuters...
Beijing, China
The father of Chinese writer Mo Yan puts on his coat after an interview with Reuters in front of Mo's...
Guan Yifan, 90, the father of Chinese writer Mo Yan, puts on his coat after an interview with Reuters in front of Mo's childhood home at Pinganzhuang village, in Gaomi Shandong province, October 12, 2012. Mo won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012, for works which combine "hallucinatory realism" with folk tales, history and contemporary life in China. Mo, who was once so destitute he ate tree bark and weeds to survive, is the first Chinese national to win the $1.2 million literature prize, awarded by the Swedish Academy. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390O7
October 11, 2012
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo...
Frankfurt, Germany
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390O5
October 11, 2012
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo...
Frankfurt, Germany
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390O0
October 11, 2012
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo...
Frankfurt, Germany
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390NV
October 11, 2012
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo...
Frankfurt, Germany
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390NS
October 11, 2012
Photographers take pictures of books written by Chinese writer Mo Yan during the book fair in Frankfurt,...
Frankfurt, Germany
Photographers take pictures of books written by Chinese writer Mo Yan during the book fair in Frankfurt...
Photographers take pictures of books written by Chinese writer Mo Yan during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
NOBEL-MOYAN/
RTR390NP
October 11, 2012
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo...
Frankfurt, Germany
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt
Books of Chinese writer Mo Yan are on display during the book fair in Frankfurt, October 11, 2012. Mo Yan won the 2012 Nobel prize for literature on October 11, 2012 for works which the awarding committee said had qualities of "hallucinatory realism". The world's largest book fair runs from October 9 to October 14 and features the literature of New Zealand as its guest of honour. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OWRW
April 22, 2007
Workers from the Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine wait for a bus after ending their four-day walkout...
Timika, Indonesia
Worker from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine wait for bus after ending a four-day walkout in the town...
Workers from the Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine wait for a bus after ending their four-day walkout in the town of Timika, in Indonesia's Papua province April 22, 2007. Thousands of workers headed back to Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine in Indonesia on Sunday in a fleet of buses after ending a four-day walkout that sent copper prices to seven-month highs. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OWQZ
April 22, 2007
Worker from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine laugh after ending a four-day walkout at the town of Timika...
Timika, Indonesia
Worker from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine laugh after ending a four-day walkout at the town of Timika...
Worker from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine laugh after ending a four-day walkout at the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 22, 2007. Freeport had agreed to increase the standard monthly salary to 3.1 million rupiah ($341) from 1.5 million rupiah. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OU7W
April 20, 2007
Police guard workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine during the third day of protests in the...
Timika, Indonesia
Police guard workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine during protests in the town of Timika
Police guard workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine during the third day of protests in the town of Timika in Papua province April 20, 2007. The protesters are ready to stay away from their jobs for a month if their demands for better welfare are not met, the head of a workers' group said on Friday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSU3
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSTS
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSTO
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSSM
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSSJ
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine shout slogans as they continue a second day of protests in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSR8
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protest in the town of Timika...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika of Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protest in the town of Timika of Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/
RTR1OSR4
April 19, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protest in the town of Timika...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika of the Indonesia's Papua...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine continue a second day of protest in the town of Timika of the Indonesia's Papua province April 19, 2007. Authorities beefed up security on Thursday as thousands of workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine rallied to demand better welfare. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR4V
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR4F
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine sing songs and play music during a protest in the town...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine sing songs and play music during a protest in the town...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine sing songs and play music during a protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR4C
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province...
Workers from Freeport's-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika in Indonesia's Papua province April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR3S
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika, Papua province
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR3P
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika, Papua province
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
FREEPORT-INDONESIA/HALT
RTR1OR3N
April 18, 2007
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities...
Timika, Indonesia
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika, Papua province
Workers from Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine protest in the town of Timika April 18, 2007. Mining activities at Freeport-McMoRan's Grasberg mine have halted after thousands of workers attended a rally over a labour dispute, an official at the workers' group told Reuters on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yan Rafsanjani (INDONESIA)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1