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CHILE-WILDFIRE/
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January 28, 2017
A vineyard covered in smoke from a fire is seen, while wildfires ravaged wide swaths of the country's...
CAUQUENES, Chile
A vineyard covered in smoke from a fire is seen, while wildfires ravaged wide swaths of the country's...
A vineyard covered in smoke from a fire is seen, while wildfires ravaged wide swaths of the country's central-south regions, in town of Cauquenes, Maule region, Chile January 27, 2017 REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
CHILE-EARTHQUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 27, 2011
Residents light candles at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Residents light candles at the Maule River bank at Constitucion town
Residents light candles at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake and ensuing tsunamis at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago February 27, 2011. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHILE-EARTHQUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 27, 2011
Residents light candles on the Maule River in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Residents light candles on the Maule River at Constitucion town
Residents light candles on the Maule River in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake and ensuing tsunamis at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago February 27, 2011. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHILE-EARTHQUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 27, 2011
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake...
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake and ensuing tsunamis at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago February 27, 2011. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHILE-EARTHQUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 27, 2011
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake...
Residents gather at the Maule River bank in commemoration of the victims of the February 2010 earthquake and the ensuing tsunamis at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago February 27, 2011. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHILE-QUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 26, 2011
Emilio Gutierrez, navigates his tourist boat on the Maule River, where he lost his son and father during...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Gutierrez, navigates his tourist boat on the Maule River, where he lost his son and father during a tsunami...
Emilio Gutierrez, navigates his tourist boat on the Maule River, where he lost his son and father during a tsunami brought by the February 2010 earthquake, at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago, February 25, 2011. Gutierrez continues to search for his son Emilo Jose, 4, who disappeared in a huge wave spawned by the tsunami last year. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. Picture taken February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
CHILE-QUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 26, 2011
Emilio Gutierrez builds a jetty at the shore of the Maule River, where he lost his son and father during...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Gutierrez builds a jetty at the shore of Maule River at Constitucion town
Emilio Gutierrez builds a jetty at the shore of the Maule River, where he lost his son and father during a tsunami brought by the February 2010 earthquake, at Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago, February 25, 2011. Gutierrez continues to search for 4-year-old Jose who disappeared in a huge wave spawned by the tsunami last year. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. Picture taken February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY)
CHILE-QUAKE/RECOVERY
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February 26, 2011
Sandra Contreras carries a star-shaped lamp on the Maule River, where she lost her daughters and grandchild...
CONSTITUCION, Chile
Contreras carries a star-shaped lamp on the Maule River in Constitucion town
Sandra Contreras carries a star-shaped lamp on the Maule River, where she lost her daughters and grandchild one year ago during a tsunami brought by the February 2010 earthquake, in Constitucion town, some 364 km (226 miles) south of Santiago, February 25, 2011. The lamp is meant for a memorial that residents are building to commemorate the victims of the 8.8 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that hit Constitucion on February 27, 2010. A year after one of the biggest earthquakes on record slammed Chile with a $30 billion hit to its economy, a massive reconstruction effort is underpinning a strong rebound seen continuing in 2011. But even as Chile celebrates its recovery from the massive 8.8 magnitude quake and ensuing tsunamis that ravaged south central Chile, its growth outlook is clouded by a sharp rally in its peso currency and rising price pressures. The state says it has completed 50 percent of its end of the rebuilding effort after the February 2010 quake, which killed more than 500 people. Picture taken February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY)
INDIA
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January 14, 2010
A villager is pinned down by a bull during a bull-taming festival on the outskirts of Madurai town, about...
Madurai, India
Villager is pinned down by a bull during bull-taming festival on outskirts of Madurai
A villager is pinned down by a bull during a bull-taming festival on the outskirts of Madurai town, about 500 km (311 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai January 14, 2010. The annual bull-taming festival is celebrated as part of south India's harvest festival of Pongal. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS ANNIVERSARY)
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