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March 10, 2010
PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/ - Map of Northern Pakistan locating Mansehra where up to five people were killed in...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
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PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/ - Map of Northern Pakistan locating Mansehra where up to five people were killed in a suspected militant attack on offices of a Western aid agency on Wednesday. RNGS. (SIN08)
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March 10, 2010
PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/ - Map of Northern Pakistan locating Mansehra where up to five people were killed in...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
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PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/ - Map of Northern Pakistan locating Mansehra where up to five people were killed in a suspected militant attack on offices of a Western aid agency on Wednesday. RNGS. (SIN08)
PAKISTAN-DISPLACED/RAMADAN
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August 22, 2009
Internally displaced people, who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Internally displaced people, who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few...
Internally displaced people, who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few months earlier, sit in a makeshift mosque after prayers at a (ICRC) International Committee of the Red Cross refugee camp at Shinkiari in district Mansehra, located in northwest province, about 250 km (155 miles) from Pakistan's capital Islamabad, August 21, 2009. As the Muslim month of Ramadan begins, tens of thousands of Pakistanis who were forced to flee their homes by war against the Taliban, will have no choice but to languish in camps and with host families over the religious period. Picture taken August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS)
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August 21, 2009
Abida, 10, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
An internally displaced girl looks up as she attends school while taking refuge at an ICRC refugee camp...
Abida, 10, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few months earlier, looks up as she attends school while taking refuge at an International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) refugee camp at Shinkiari in District Mansehra, about 250km (155 miles) from Pakistan's capital Islamabad, August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN-DISPLACED/
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August 21, 2009
Internally displaced children, who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Internally displaced children play on the back of van while taking refuge at a ICRC refugee camp in Mansehra...
Internally displaced children, who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region few months earlier, play on the back of van while taking refuge at a International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) refugee camp at Shinkiari located in District Mansehra, about 250km (155 miles) from Pakistan's capital Islamabad, August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-DISPLACED/
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August 21, 2009
Lyba, 12, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region,...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Lyba, 12, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region,...
Lyba, 12, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region, is photographed while taking refuge at an (ICRC) International Committee of the Red Cross refugee camp at Shinkiari, located in District Mansehra, about 250 km (155 miles) from Pakistan's capital Islamabad, August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-DISPLACED/
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August 21, 2009
Siama 12, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region,...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
An internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region is photographed...
Siama 12, an internally displaced girl who fled a military offensive against Taliban in Swat Valley region, is photographed as she attends a school while taking refuge at an (ICRC) International Committee of the Red Cross refugee camp at Shinkiari located in District Mansehra about 250 km (155 mi) from Pakistan's capital Islamabad, August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTR1POLU
May 14, 2007
Pakistani policemen stand next to closed shops during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani policemen stand next to closed shops during a strike in Lahore
Pakistani policemen stand next to closed shops during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
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May 14, 2007
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Ibrar Tanoli (PAKISTAN)
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May 14, 2007
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Ibrar Tanoli (PAKISTAN)
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RTR1POL9
May 14, 2007
Supporters of the combined opposition parties burn effigies of President Pervez Musharraf and an allied...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Supporters of combined opposition parties burn effigies of President Musharraf and MQM leader Altaf...
Supporters of the combined opposition parties burn effigies of President Pervez Musharraf and an allied party leader Altaf Hussain during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
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RTR1POL7
May 14, 2007
Supporters of the combined opposition parties hold a rally during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Supporters of combined opposition parties hold a rally during a strike in Lahore
Supporters of the combined opposition parties hold a rally during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
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RTR1POL3
May 14, 2007
Pakistani lawyers offer prayers for those killed in Karachi's violence during a strike in Lahore May...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers offer prayers for those killed in Karachi's violence during a strike in Lahore
Pakistani lawyers offer prayers for those killed in Karachi's violence during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
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May 14, 2007
Pakistani lawyers chant slogans during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers chant slogans during a strike in Lahore
Pakistani lawyers chant slogans during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN/
RTR1POL0
May 14, 2007
Supporters of the opposition Islamic alliance Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) hold a rally during a strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Supporters of opposition Islamic alliance MMA hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra
Supporters of the opposition Islamic alliance Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Ibrar Tanoli (PAKISTAN)
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May 14, 2007
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Lahore
Pakistani lawyers hold a rally during a strike in Lahore May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN)
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May 14, 2007
Supporters of the opposition Islamic alliance Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) hold a rally during a strike...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Supporters of opposition Islamic alliance MMA hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra
Supporters of the opposition Islamic alliance Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) hold a rally during a strike in Mansehra May 14, 2007. A Pakistani opposition strike virtually shut down Karachi and other major cities on Monday after nearly 40 people were killed and about 150 wounded in Pakistan's worst political street violence in two decades. REUTERS/Ibrar Tanoli (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN AID
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July 25, 2006
A security guard stands in front of the World Vision office in Mansehra 145km (90 miles) north of Islamabad...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A security guard stands in front of the World Vision office in Mansehra
A security guard stands in front of the World Vision office in Mansehra 145km (90 miles) north of Islamabad July 25, 2006. Muslim clerics in Pakistan's conservative North West Frontier Province want local authorities to expel all women working for international relief agencies in earthquake affected areas by the end of this month. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN AID
RTR1FTAB
July 25, 2006
Frank Lehmann, a senior official with World Vision speaks to Reuters in Mansehra 145km (90 miles) north...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Frank Lehmann, a senior official with World Vision, speaks to Reuters in Mansehra
Frank Lehmann, a senior official with World Vision speaks to Reuters in Mansehra 145km (90 miles) north of Islamabad July 25, 2006. More than 50 international NGOs are based in Mansehra carrying out relief and rehabilitation projects for the victims of a massive earthquake that killed over 73,000 people and rendered millions homeless in Pakistan's Kashmir and Frontier province last October. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN
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May 19, 2006
Students listen during a ground breaking ceremony of their school which was destroyed in last October...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Students listen during a ground breaking ceremony of their school in Dader Pakistan
Students listen during a ground breaking ceremony of their school which was destroyed in last October earthquake in Dader in the District of Mansehra in Pakistan, some 85 Km (54 miles) north of the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad May 19, 2006. USAID is rebuilding two schools that were destroyed in the October 8, 2005 earthquake this area. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
PAKISTAN
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May 19, 2006
Ambassador Randall Tobias (2nd L), Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance, along with U.S. Ambassador to...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Ambassador Tobias Director of US Foreign Assistance and other officials are briefed during a ground breaking...
Ambassador Randall Tobias (2nd L), Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance, along with U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Ryan Crocker (L) and Pakistani Deputy of the Earthquake Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Authority (ERRA) Lieutenant General Nadeem Ahmed (3rd R) are briefed during a ground breaking ceremony of a school in Dader in the District of Mansehra in Pakistan, some 85 km (54 miles) north of the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad May 19, 2006. USAID is rebuilding two schools that were destroyed in the October 8 2005 earthequake. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
SOUTHEAST ASIA EARTHQUAKE
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May 11, 2006
A mental patient stares from inside the Dadev Government Mental Hospital in the District of Mansehra...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Mental patient stares inside Dadev hospital in Pakistan
A mental patient stares from inside the Dadev Government Mental Hospital in the District of Mansehra in Pakistan, some 85 Km (54 miles) north of the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir March 7, 2006. Studies have shown that survivors of natural disasters can face a high risk of depression and post traumatic stress disorders. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
EARTHQUAKE SOUTHASIA
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March 07, 2006
An Afghan child cries outside his camp near the Mansehra District of Pakistan, some 85km (54 miles) north...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Afghan boy cries outside camp near Mansehra District of Pakistan
An Afghan child cries outside his camp near the Mansehra District of Pakistan, some 85km (54 miles) north of the Kashmiri earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir March 7, 2006. Many refugees from Afghanistan have come seeking work in the cities devastated by the earthquake. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
KASHMIR
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January 06, 2006
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, aro.....
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from Mansehra January 6, 2006. [Helicopters flew again in Pakistan's earthquake zone on Wednesday, allowing aid agencies to reach survivors for the first time since snow blanketed highland villages and rain set off fresh landslides at the weekend. More than 2 million people have been living in tents or crude shelters patched together from ruined homes since the October 8 quake killed more than 73,000 people in northern Pakistan.]
KASHMIR
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January 06, 2006
Mourners pay respect to a child who died in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Mourners pay respect to a child who died in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot Januar.....
Mourners pay respect to a child who died in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January 6, 2006. [Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference.]
KASHMIR
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January 06, 2006
Young girls wait to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Young girls wait to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km .....
Young girls wait to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles) from the city of Mansehra January 6, 2006. [Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference.]
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
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January 06, 2006
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
Children sit in line as they receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from Mansehra January 6, 2006. Helicopters flew again in Pakistan's earthquake zone on Wednesday, allowing aid agencies to reach survivors for the first time since snow blanketed highland villages and rain set off fresh landslides at the weekend. More than 2 million people have been living in tents or crude shelters patched together from ruined homes since the October 8 quake killed more than 73,000 people in northern Pakistan. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
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January 06, 2006
A woman prays in her destroyed house in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January 6,...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A woman prays in her destroyed house in Bolle village
A woman prays in her destroyed house in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17UH4
January 06, 2006
A girl waits for food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A girl waits for food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
A girl waits for food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17UH0
January 06, 2006
A boy receives food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A boy receives food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
A boy receives food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, around 20km (12 miles) from Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
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January 06, 2006
A boy waits to receive food in Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles)...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Boy waits to receive food in Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
A boy waits to receive food in Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles) from the city of Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17UAO
January 06, 2006
Young girls wait to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
young girls wait to receive food in Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
Young girls wait to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles) from the city of Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17UAK
January 06, 2006
A young girl waits to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in the Jaba village, some...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Young girl waits to receive food in Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
A young girl waits to receive food in the Islamic relief organization camp in the Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles) from the city of Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17U3T
January 06, 2006
Two women pray at their destroyed house in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Two women pray at their destroyed house in Bolle village
Two women pray at their destroyed house in Bolle village, around 10km (6 miles) from Balakot January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR17TUJ
January 06, 2006
Girls wait to receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles)...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Girls wait to receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village
Girls wait to receive food at a Islamic relief organization camp in Jaba village, some 20km (12 miles) from the city of Mansehra January 6, 2006. Heavy snow and extreme cold in Pakistan's earthquake zone have increased the risk of illnesses like pneumonia and could lead to more deaths, the United Nations has said. Up to 18 people have already died of pneumonia in the quake zone in the past six weeks, Mohamud Khalif Bile, senior representative in Pakistan of the U.N.'s World Health Organisation, told a news conference. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
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October 16, 2005
Three month old baby girl Fajar rests on her aunt's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra October 16, 2005....
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Three month old baby girl Fajar rests on her aunt's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra
Three month old baby girl Fajar rests on her aunt's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra October 16, 2005. Fajar was recovered from the rubbles of her house 48 hours after the earthquake while her mother died. At least 17,000 children died in schools destroyed in Pakistan's devastating earthquake and a second wave of deaths could happen unless the United Nations gets funds to ensure proper care for survivors, UNICEF said on Monday. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBSONTINENT
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October 16, 2005
A three month old baby girl Fajar, who was recovered from the rubble of her house 48 hours after the...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A three month old baby girl Fajar rests in her aunt's lap at a hospital in Mansehra
A three month old baby girl Fajar, who was recovered from the rubble of her house 48 hours after the earthquake, rests in her aunt's lap at a hospital in Mansehra, 120 kms (75 miles) from Islamabad, October 16, 2005. Fajar's mother died in the earthquake. Doctors say that Fajar is fast recovering from her head injuries. A rush of earthquake survivors is expected in Islamabad as the weather worsens in Kashmir and shattered roads re-open, a senior official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19JTT
October 16, 2005
Four-month-old baby girl Neelum rests on her grandmother's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra, 120 km...
MANSEHRA, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof
Four-month-old baby girl Neelum rests on her grandmother's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra
Four-month-old baby girl Neelum rests on her grandmother's lap inside a hospital in Mansehra, 120 km (75 miles) from Islamabad, October 16, 2005. The family of Neelum walked 48 hours from their village to get help. Neelum was recovered from the rubble of her house five days after an earthquake struck Pakistan. Three of her family members died in the earthquake and her mother lost her left leg. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19GGU
October 14, 2005
People loot a vehicle carrying relief items near Mansehra, 100 kms (63 miles) from Islamabad, October...
MANSEHRA, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof
People loot a vehicle carrying relief items near Mansehra
People loot a vehicle carrying relief items near Mansehra, 100 kms (63 miles) from Islamabad, October 14, 2005. The focus of Kashmir earthquake relief switched on Friday from trying to rescue anyone from the rubble to providing food and shelter, as forecasts of thunderstorms and cold promised more misery. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19GGQ
October 14, 2005
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) northwest of Islamabad,...
MANSEHRA, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, northwest of Islamabad
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) northwest of Islamabad, October 14, 2005. In Muzaffarabad, ten trucks packed with aid supplies headed out of the city on Friday with four to five armed guards each after earlier convoys were swarmed and looted. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19GG1
October 14, 2005
Earthquake victims loot a relief vehicle near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) from Islamabad October 14,...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Earthquake victims loot a relief vehicle near Mansehra
Earthquake victims loot a relief vehicle near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) from Islamabad October 14, 2005. There have been several incidents during the last four days where people rushed to the main roads and robbed relief vehicles before they could reach the affected areas. This looting has created problems for the injured and needy who are left n distant places and are unable to reach the roads. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19EU4
October 14, 2005
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) northwest of Islamabad,...
MANSEHRA, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, northwest of Islamabad
People loot a vehicle carrying relief goods near Mansehra, 100 km (63 miles) northwest of Islamabad, October 14, 2005. In Muzaffarabad, ten trucks packed with aid supplies headed out of the city on Friday with four to five armed guards each after earlier convoys were swarmed and looted. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR1AN7Q
October 08, 2005
Pakistani earthquake survivor Luqman, whose wife was killed, sits with his injured daughter at a hospital...
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
Pakistani earthquake survivor Luqman with his injured daughter at a hospital in Mansehra
Pakistani earthquake survivor Luqman, whose wife was killed, sits with his injured daughter at a hospital in Mansehra October 8, 2005. At least 17,000 children died in schools destroyed in Pakistan's devastating earthquake and a second wave of deaths could happen unless the United Nations gets funds to ensure proper care for survivors, UNICEF said on Monday. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR1AN79
October 08, 2005
A Pakistani earthquake survivor sits with her injured daughter at a hospital in Mansehra October 8, 2005....
MANSEHRA, Pakistan
A Pakistani earthquake survivor sits with her injured daughter at a hospital in Mansehra
A Pakistani earthquake survivor sits with her injured daughter at a hospital in Mansehra October 8, 2005. At least 17,000 children died in schools destroyed in Pakistan's devastating earthquake and a second wave of deaths could happen unless the United Nations gets funds to ensure proper care for survivors, UNICEF said on Monday. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
GERMANY
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July 16, 2002
German tourist Hasso Linke (2nd L) accompanied by his tour leader Rita
Mijailoviz (R) answers journalists...
Frankfurt, Germany
GERMAN TOURIST LINKE AND HIS TOUR LEADER MIJAILOVIZ ARRIVE AT FRANKFURT
AIRPORT.
German tourist Hasso Linke (2nd L) accompanied by his tour leader Rita
Mijailoviz (R) answers journalists questions after their arrival at
Frankfurt airport July 16, 2002. Both were members of a tourist group,
twelve of whom were injured by a grenade attack at an archaeological
site near Pakistanian city of Mansehra, about 280 kilometers (170
miles) north of Peshawar last Saturday. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

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