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MEXICO-CRIME/
RTX1E6Y4 
May 23, 2015 
Members of the municipal police aim at each other with paintball rifles during a law enforcement combat... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Members of the municipal police aim at each other with paintball rifles during a law enforcement combat... 
Members of the municipal police aim at each other with paintball rifles during a law enforcement combat training in Ciudad Juarez May 22, 2015. In order to be promoted, some 150 active police officers participated in a three-week long training course which include feedback on human rights related issues, handling different weapons and reactions to ambush situations among other topics, according to a police press release. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNW 
March 04, 2013 
Journalists use laptops next to a security officer during the pre-session of the National People's Congress... 
Beijing, China 
Journalists use laptops next to security officer during pre-session of National People's Congress at... 
Journalists use laptops next to a security officer during the pre-session of the National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY MEDIA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNS 
March 04, 2013 
Military delegates enter the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's... 
Beijing, China 
Military delegates enter the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's... 
Military delegates enter the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament, in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNO 
March 04, 2013 
Military delegates walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's... 
Beijing, China 
Military delegates walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's... 
Military delegates walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament, in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNL 
March 04, 2013 
Military delegates gather for a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament,... 
Beijing, China 
Military delegates gather for a plenary meeting of the NPC in Beijing 
Military delegates gather for a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament, in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNJ 
March 04, 2013 
A military delegate looks back as he and others walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary... 
Beijing, China 
Military delegate looks back as he and others walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary... 
A military delegate looks back as he and others walk towards the Great Hall of the People for a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament, in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNI 
March 04, 2013 
Paramilitary policemen patrol around Tiananmen Square near the Great Hall of the People prior to the... 
Beijing, China 
Paramilitary policemen patrol around Tiananmen Square near Great Hall of the People prior to pre-session... 
Paramilitary policemen patrol around Tiananmen Square near the Great Hall of the People prior to the pre-session of the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJNG 
March 04, 2013 
The Great Hall of the People is seen reflected in the window of a bus, as a military delegate gets into... 
Beijing, China 
The Great Hall of the People is seen reflected in window of bus, as military delegate gets into vehicle... 
The Great Hall of the People is seen reflected in the window of a bus, as a military delegate gets into the vehicle after a plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's parliament, in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR3EJN5 
March 04, 2013 
Security personnel stand guard on the top of the National Musuem near the Great Hall of the People prior... 
Beijing, China 
Security personnel stand guard on the top of the National Musuem near the Great Hall of the People prior... 
Security personnel stand guard on the top of the National Musuem near the Great Hall of the People prior to the pre-session of the National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing March 4, 2013. Deputies of the 12th NPC elected the presidium on Monday morning and set forth topics for the legislative session which begins on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR332J8 
June 04, 2012 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey arrives at the Philippine Armed... 
Manila, Philippines 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Dempsey arrives at the Philippine Armed Forces... 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey arrives at the Philippine Armed Forces military headquarters in Quezon city, Metro Manila June 4, 2012. Dempsey met separately with President Benigno Aquino III and Dempsey's counterpart Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa, to discuss, among other topics, the tensions over the West Philippine Sea and standoff over the Scarborough Shoal with China, local media reported. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR332J6 
June 04, 2012 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (L) shakes hands with a Filipino... 
Manila, Philippines 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Dempsey shakes hands with soldier in Manila 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (L) shakes hands with a Filipino soldier during a welcoming ceremony at the Philippine Armed Forces military headquarters in Quezon city, Metro Manila June 4, 2012. Dempsey met separately with President Benigno Aquino III and his counterpart Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa, to discuss, among other topics, the tensions over the West Philippine Sea and standoff over the Scarborough Shoal with China, local media reported. At center is Lieutenant General Dellosa. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR332IO 
June 04, 2012 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa (L) and his counterpart Chairman... 
Manila, Philippines 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Dellosa and his counterpart General Dempsey... 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa (L) and his counterpart Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (R) salute an honour guard during a welcoming ceremony at the Philippine Armed Forces military headquarters in Quezon city, Metro Manila June 4, 2012. Dempsey met separately with President Benigno Aquino III and Lieutenant General Dellosa, to discuss, among other topics, the tensions over the West Philippine Sea and standoff over the Scarborough Shoal with China, local media reported. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR332IK 
June 04, 2012 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa escorts his counterpart Chairman... 
Manila, Philippines 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Dellosa escorts his counterpart General Dempsey... 
Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa escorts his counterpart Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (L) before their meeting at the Philippine Armed Forces military headquarters in Quezon city, Metro Manila June 4, 2012. Dempsey met separately with President Benigno Aquino III and Lieutenant General Dellosa, to discuss, among other topics, the tensions over the West Philippine Sea and standoff over the Scarborough Shoal with China, local media reported. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR332IG 
June 04, 2012 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (2nd L) salutes an honour guard... 
Manila, Philippines 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Dempsey salutes honour guard during welcoming... 
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey (2nd L) salutes an honour guard during a welcoming ceremony at the Philippine Armed Forces military headquarters in Quezon city, Metro Manila June 4, 2012. Dempsey met separately with President Benigno Aquino III and Dempsey's counterpart Phillipine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Jessie Dellosa, to discuss, among other topics, the tensions over the West Philippine Sea and standoff over the Scarborough Shoal with China, local media reported. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
ONLINE-STOCKS/
RTXUX6D 
November 22, 2010 
A Maersk supply boat navigates past a mine field left over from the 1982 war between Argentina and Great... 
Falkland Islands 
To match Special Report ONLINE-STOCKS 
A Maersk supply boat navigates past a mine field left over from the 1982 war between Argentina and Great Britain, as it sails to the Ocean Guardian semi-submersible drilling rig contracted from Diamond Offshore Drilling by Desire Petroleum which began oil exploration, some 150 km (93 miles) offshore from the Falkland Islands, in Port Stanley in this February 26, 2010 file photo. Because of their potential volatility, small companies in risky industries like oil exploration are a favourite topic on internet bulletin boards. On the Interactive Investor (iii) forum in October, for instance, Falklands oil explorer Desire Petroleum was one of the most talked about stocks. To match Special Report ONLINE-STOCKS REUTERS/Gary Clement/Files (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS) POLITICS ENERGY) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRMEP 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with the Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandezon the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRMEO 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser (2nd R), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command leaves the national palace after... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command leaves the national palace after a meeting... 
General Douglas Fraser (2nd R), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command leaves the national palace after a meeting with Dominican Republic's president Leonel Fernandez in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandez on the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRME8 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with the Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandezon the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRME2 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace... 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks to the media at the national palace in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with the Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandez on the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRMDK 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser (L), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command shakes hands with Dominican Republic's... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command shakes hands with Dominican Republic's... 
General Douglas Fraser (L), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command shakes hands with Dominican Republic's president Leonel Fernandez at the national palace in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with the president on the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
DOMINICAN/
RTXRMDI 
December 08, 2009 
General Douglas Fraser (L), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks with Dominican Republic's President... 
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
General Douglas Fraser Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks with Dominican Republic's president... 
General Douglas Fraser (L), Commander of the U.S. Southern Command speaks with Dominican Republic's President Leonel Fernandez at the national palace in Santo Domingo December 8, 2009. General Fraser held a meeting with the president on the topics of drug trafficking, training and cooperation in the areas of health and infrastructure, Presidency press said. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MILITARY POLITICS) 
BRITAIN/
RTXP7Q1 
October 02, 2009 
Supreme Allied Commander Europe for NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, is silhouetted against a Wikpedia... 
London, United Kingdom 
Supreme Allied Commander Europe for NATO, Stavridis delivers his keynote address at the Royal United... 
Supreme Allied Commander Europe for NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, is silhouetted against a Wikpedia logo during his keynote address at the Royal United Strategic Institute (RUSI) in central London October 2, 2009. Stavridis used a slide show of images during his address to illustrate a number of topics, including how the internet has aided communication around the world. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN POLITICS MILITARY) 
FLU-VIETNAM/
RTR26E8J 
August 04, 2009 
A man wears a protective mask while waiting for a health check at a hospital in Hanoi August 4, 2009.... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
A man wears a protective mask while waiting for a health check at a hospital in Hanoi 
A man wears a protective mask while waiting for a health check at a hospital in Hanoi August 4, 2009. A 29-year-old Vietnamese woman has died from the H1N1 flu virus, becoming the first fatality from the disease in the country, where nearly 1,000 people have been infected, a state-run newspaper reported. The woman, who sold noodle soup in the central province of Khanh Hoa, died on Monday night from respiratory failure after she was taken into a military hospital on July 30, the Nguoi Lao Dong (Labourer) daily reported, quoting a doctor. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM HEALTH) 
KOREA-NORTH/CLINTON
RTXBPP3 
February 17, 2009 
An anti-war activist holds a placard with an image of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Anti-war activist holds placard during rally demanding dialogue between U.S. and North Korea in Seoul... 
An anti-war activist holds a placard with an image of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a rally demanding a dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul February 17, 2009. A missile launch by North Korea would be "very unhelpful" to moving forward its relationship with the United States, Clinton said. In a speech on Friday, Clinton offered North Korea a peace treaty, normal ties and aid if it eliminated its nuclear weapons programme, the topic of long-running multilateral talks. The placard reads, "Yes! Conclusion of a peace agreement on the Korean Peninsula and normalization of the U.S.-North Korea diplomatic relations!" (R) and "No! Participation of MD and PSI programmes, South Korea-U.S. joint military exercise and a dispatch of troops to Afghanistan!" (L). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-NORTH/CLINTON
RTXBPP0 
February 17, 2009 
An anti-war activist holds a placard with an image of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Anti-war activist holds placard during rally demanding dialogue between U.S. and North Korea in Seoul... 
An anti-war activist holds a placard with an image of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a rally demanding a dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul February 17, 2009. A missile launch by North Korea would be "very unhelpful" to moving forward its relationship with the United States, Clinton said. In a speech on Friday, Clinton offered North Korea a peace treaty, normal ties and aid if it eliminated its nuclear weapons programme, the topic of long-running multilateral talks. The placard reads, "(Yes!) Conclusion of a peace agreement on the Korean Peninsula and normalization of the U.S.-North Korea diplomatic relations!" (R) and "(No!) Participation of MD and PSI programmes, South Korea-U.S. joint military exercise and a dispatch of troops to Afghanistan!" (L). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/CHILDREN
RTXASV9 
November 20, 2008 
A cholera patient lies in a bed at the Don Bosco center in Goma in eastern Congo, November 20, 2008.... 
Goma 
A child suffering from cholera lies in a bed in eastern Congo 
A cholera patient lies in a bed at the Don Bosco center in Goma in eastern Congo, November 20, 2008. Fighting in eastern Congo has displaced hundreds of thousands of civilians in recent weeks, with 386 familes taking shelter in the Don Bosco school compound. There are currently 43 cholera cases among the total of 1,519 people seeking refuge at the school. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/CHILDREN
RTXASUG 
November 20, 2008 
A child suffering from cholera lies in a bed while a medical worker disinfects nearby at the Don Bosco... 
Goma 
A child suffering from cholera lies in a bed in eastern Congo 
A child suffering from cholera lies in a bed while a medical worker disinfects nearby at the Don Bosco center in Goma in eastern Congo, November 20, 2008. Fighting in eastern Congo has displaced hundreds of thousands of civilians in recent weeks, with 386 families taking shelter in the Don Bosco school compound. There are currently 43 cholera cases among the total of 1,519 people seeking refuge at the school. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTXAK49 
November 13, 2008 
Severely malnourished Sadiki Basilaki, 9, waits for milk at a catholic mission feeding center in Rutshuru,... 
Rutshuru 
Severely malnourished Sadiki Basilaki waits for milk in eastern Congo 
Severely malnourished Sadiki Basilaki, 9, waits for milk at a catholic mission feeding center in Rutshuru, 70kms (50 miles) north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 13, 2008. Malnutrition rates in Rutshuru, which has seen weeks of fighting between government soldiers and dissident Tutsi general Laurent Nkunda's rebels, are almost double emergency thresholds and aid workers are battling insecurity to deliver rations. The latest wave of fighting has worsened a humanitarian disaster that began in the 1990s. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAIQG 
November 12, 2008 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from... 
multiple cities 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi in eastern Congo... 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from cholera, in a banana grove at Kibati, north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 12, 2008. Recent fighting has contributed to a heightened risk of cholera, with poor sanitation, lack of clean water, the constant movement of people into squalid and crowded camps. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAIQC 
November 12, 2008 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from... 
multiple cities 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi in eastern Congo... 
A clergyman shovels earth onto the coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from cholera, in a banana grove at Kibati, north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 12, 2008. Recent fighting has contributed to a heightened risk of cholera, with poor sanitation, lack of clean water, the constant movement of people into squalid and crowded camps. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAIQ8 
November 12, 2008 
The coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from cholera, is lowered into a grave... 
KIBATI 
The coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi is lowered into a grave in eastern Congo 
The coffin of eight-month old Alexandrine Kabitsebangumi, who died from cholera, is lowered into a grave in a banana grove at Kibati, north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 12, 2008. Recent fighting has contributed to a heightened risk of cholera, with poor sanitation, lack of clean water, the constant movement of people into squalid and crowded camps. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) 
Health
Health 
Poison Gas Attack Victims in Iran - 09 Jul 2008 
15 PICTURES 
IRAN-IRAQ CHEMICAL
RTX7RUL 
July 09, 2008 
Fayegh Fallahi, who was injured in an Iraqi chemical attack during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, uses... 
NOWDESHEH, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-IRAQ CHEMICAL 
Fayegh Fallahi, who was injured in an Iraqi chemical attack during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, uses oxygen as he rests at his home in Nowdesheh in Kermanshah province 680 km (425 miles) southwest of Tehran July 5, 2008. High in remote Kurdish mountains, Iranian villagers still nurse ravaged eyes and lungs, 20 years after Iraqi poison gas attacks that went mostly ignored by world powers then siding with Saddam Hussein against Iran. That perceived hypocrisy continues to rankle in the Islamic Republic, now accused by the West of seeking nuclear weapons. To match feature IRAN-IRAQ CHEMICAL
REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN) 
INDIA
RTX6WNI 
June 14, 2008 
A cadet from the National Cadet Corps (NCC) donates blood during a blood donation camp organised by the... 
Hyderabad, India 
Cadet from NCC donates blood during blood donation camp in Hyderabad 
A cadet from the National Cadet Corps (NCC) donates blood during a blood donation camp organised by the Andhra Pradesh state Aids control society and state blood transfusion council in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad June 14, 2008. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA) 
CHAD/
RTX6R11 
June 10, 2008 
A sick and displaced woman watches as her malnourished infant sleeps at a health clinic run by the medical... 
KERFI, Chad 
A sick and displaced woman watches as her malnourished infant sleeps at a health clinic in eastern Chad... 
A sick and displaced woman watches as her malnourished infant sleeps at a health clinic run by the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Holland in Kerfi, a site for thousands of displaced Chadians some 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of the eastern town of Gos Beida, June 10, 2008. Reflecting the violence in Darfur that has swept in both directions across the Chad-Sudan border, there are 250,000 Sudanese refugees scattered in a dozen camps in eastern Chad and 180,000 internally displaced Chadians, U.N. officials say. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (CHAD) 
CHAD/
RTX6R09 
June 10, 2008 
A mother and her sick infant wait for assistance at a health clinic run by the medical charity Medecins... 
KERFI, Chad 
A mother and her sick infant wait for assistance at a health clinic in eastern Chad 
A mother and her sick infant wait for assistance at a health clinic run by the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Holland in Kerfi, a site for displaced Chadians some 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of the eastern town of Gos Beida, June 10, 2008. Reflecting the violence in Darfur that has swept in both directions across the Chad-Sudan border, there are 250,000 Sudanese refugees scattered in a dozen camps in eastern Chad and 180,000 internally displaced Chadians, U.N. officials say. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (CHAD) 
BRAZIL/
RTX5RDK 
May 15, 2008 
Brazil?s Fleet Admiral Marcos Martins Torres (L) and U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis attend a news... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazil?s Fleet Admiral Torres and U.S. Fleet Admiral Stavridis attend a news conference at the IV South... 
Brazil?s Fleet Admiral Marcos Martins Torres (L) and U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis attend a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference (CONDECS) in Brasilia May 15, 2008. The Conference united senior military leaders from the United States, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, and Paraguay who discussed a wide range of civil-military topics during the three-day event. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL/
RTX5RDH 
May 15, 2008 
U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
U.S. Fleet Admiral Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference... 
U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference (CONDECS) in Brasilia May 15, 2008. The Conference united senior military leaders from the United States, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, and Paraguay who discussed a wide range of civil-military topics during the three-day event. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL/
RTX5RDF 
May 15, 2008 
U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
U.S. Fleet Admiral Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference... 
U.S. Fleet Admiral James Stavridis speaks during a news conference at the IV South Cone Defense Conference (CONDECS) in Brasilia May 15, 2008. The Conference united senior military leaders from the United States, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, and Paraguay who discussed a wide range of civil-military topics during the three-day event. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL) 
Health
Health 
Drugs Undermine Afghanistan's Efforts to Rebuild - 07 May 2008 
13 PICTURES 
Military
Military 
Wars Strain U.S. Army Mental Health System - 06 May 2008 
14 PICTURES 
BRAZIL-DENGUE/
RTR1Z8YG 
April 08, 2008 
An Army nurse takes a blood sample to test for dengue fever at an Army field hospital at Military village... 
IPATINGA, Brazil 
Nurse takes a blood sample to test for dengue fever at Army field hospital in Rio de Janeiro 
An Army nurse takes a blood sample to test for dengue fever at an Army field hospital at Military village in Rio de Janeiro April 8, 2008. Dengue has killed 67 people since January and infected more than 43,500 in Rio de Janeiro state, according to official figures. Last week, Health Minister Jose Temporao blamed a poor disease prevention network and fragile public health system for the crisis. Dengue is a viral disease spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito and there is no vaccine or drug for it. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1XL2I 
February 26, 2008 
A U.S. military doctor checks an Afghan girl during a medical assistance in Kabul February 26, 2008.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A U.S. military doctor checks an Afghan girl during medical assistance in Kabul 
A U.S. military doctor checks an Afghan girl during a medical assistance in Kabul February 26, 2008. U.S. and British troops provided medical assistance worth $50,000 to the Afghan locals in Kabul on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
PARAGUAY/
RTR1X3DL 
February 14, 2008 
A Paraguayan Army medic vaccinates a boy against yellow fever in Laurelty-Luque on the outskirts of Asuncion,... 
LAURELTY-LUQUE, Paraguay 
A Paraguayan Army medic vaccinates a boy against yellow fever in Laurelty-Luque 
A Paraguayan Army medic vaccinates a boy against yellow fever in Laurelty-Luque on the outskirts of Asuncion, where a man died of the disease recently as the first confirmed death from the disease in Paraguay in decades, February 14, 2008. A new lot of vaccinations arrived from Brazil after a shortage caused Asuncion residents to protest by blocking a main highway. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY) 
SOMALIA/
RTR1WVGL 
February 09, 2008 
A malnourished child lies in a hospital ward in Mogadishu February 9, 2008. Fighting between rival militias,... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
A malnourished child lies in a hospital ward in the Somali capital Mogadishu 
A malnourished child lies in a hospital ward in Mogadishu February 9, 2008. Fighting between rival militias, Islamic insurgents and the interim government and its Ethiopian military allies has created one of the world's most severe humanitarian crisis. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA) 
KASHMIR/
RTX1CE4 
November 16, 2007 
An army doctor (C) examines the hands of Kashmiri youth during a recruitment drive by the Indian Army... 
Anantnag, India 
Army doctor examines the hands of Kashmiri youth during a recruitment drive by the Indian Army in Anantnag... 
An army doctor (C) examines the hands of Kashmiri youth during a recruitment drive by the Indian Army in Anantnag, 55 km (34 miles) south of Srinagar, November 16, 2007.Thousands of Kashmiri youth participated in the recruitment rally organised by the Indian army, an Indian army spokesman said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
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November 11, 2007 
Residents donate blood in a Shi'ite mosque in Baghdad's Sadr City November 11, 2007. About 300 people... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Residents donate blood in a Shi'ite mosque in Baghdad's Sadr City 
Residents donate blood in a Shi'ite mosque in Baghdad's Sadr City November 11, 2007. About 300 people donated blood on the occasion of the death anniversary of Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Sadeq al-Sadr, father of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, in Sadr City on Sunday. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ) 
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British Surgeons Operating in Afghanistan - 06 Nov 2007 
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Iran-Iraq War Chemical Attack Victims Receive Health Check - 21 Oct 2007 
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October 10, 2007 
Medics tend to participant Michael Banner, of Fairfax, Virginia, who collapsed just before the finish... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Medics tend to participant Banner who collapsed just before the finish line of the Army Ten-Miler race... 
Medics tend to participant Michael Banner, of Fairfax, Virginia, who collapsed just before the finish line of the Army Ten-Miler race in Arlington, Virginia, October 7, 2007. Banner, whose name was released October 9 after his family was notified, was later pronounced dead at George Washington University Hospital. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES) 
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September 04, 2007 
A woman gets an injection in the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) in Port-au-Prince... 
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 
A woman gets an injection in the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) in Port-au-Prince... 
A woman gets an injection in the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) in Port-au-Prince September 3, 2007. The Comfort will provide the people of the Caribbean with health care services, including adult and paediatric primary care, dental care, optometry and other services. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) 
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Iraqi Boy Undergoes Emergency Operation - 23 Aug 2007 
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The Emergency Room of a Military Hospital in Baghdad - 22 Aug 2007 
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July 23, 2007 
Nicaraguan patients aboard U.S Naval Hospital Ship Comfort in the Port of Corinto, about 152 km (94 miles)... 
Corinto, Nicaragua 
Nicaraguan patients aboard U.S Naval Hospital Ship Comfort in the Port of Corinto 
Nicaraguan patients aboard U.S Naval Hospital Ship Comfort in the Port of Corinto, about 152 km (94 miles) west of the Managua July 23, 2007. Comfort is on a four-month humanitarian deployment to Latin America and the Caribbean to provide medical treatment to approximately 85,000 patients in a dozen countries. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA) 
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July 23, 2007 
U.S Naval Hospital Ship USNS Comfort (T-AH-20) pulls into Port Corinto, about 152 km (94 miles) west... 
Corinto, Nicaragua 
U.S Naval Hospital Ship USNS Comfort pulls into Port Corinto 
U.S Naval Hospital Ship USNS Comfort (T-AH-20) pulls into Port Corinto, about 152 km (94 miles) west of the Managua July 23, 2007. Comfort is on a four-month humanitarian deployment to Latin America and the Caribbean to provide medical treatment to approximately 85,000 patients in a dozen countries. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA) 
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Afghan National Army in Kandahar - 11 Jul 2007 
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July 07, 2007 
Margaret Tonga, is held by her Leprosy afflicted mother Jocelyn Poni in Mogiri, southern Sudan July 7,... 
MOGIRI, Sudan 
Margaret Tonga, is held by her leprosy-afflicted mother Jocelyn Poni in Mogiri, southern Sudan 
Margaret Tonga, is held by her Leprosy afflicted mother Jocelyn Poni in Mogiri, southern Sudan July 7, 2007. Her parents have been living with leprosy but, following years of war, have not been able to receive proper treatment or medicines, even though it is readily available from the World Health Organization. REUTERS/Edward Ou (SUDAN) 
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July 07, 2007 
Jocelyn Poni, 52, eats a meal in her home in Mogiri, south Sudan July 7, 2007. Poni has been afflicted... 
MOGIRI, Sudan 
Jocelyn Poni eats a meal in her home in Mogiri, south Sudan 
Jocelyn Poni, 52, eats a meal in her home in Mogiri, south Sudan July 7, 2007. Poni has been afflicted by leprosy all her life, but when the civil war broke out, she had stopped getting proper treatment. Even as south Sudan recovers from years of war, she is yet to receive medicines for her condition. REUTERS/Edward Ou (SUDAN) 
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July 07, 2007 
Apollo Longa-Kenyi (L), a leprosy counseling and care worker, administers topical cream to a blister... 
MOGIRI, Sudan 
Apollo Kenyi, a leprosy counseling and care worker, administers topical cream to a blister on Benjamin... 
Apollo Longa-Kenyi (L), a leprosy counseling and care worker, administers topical cream to a blister on Benjamin Longa's foot in Mogiri, south Sudan July 7, 2007. Longa has been living with leprosy but, following years of war, has not been able to receive proper treatment or medicine, even though it is readily available by the World Health Organization. REUTERS/Edward Ou (SUDAN) 
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Disabled US Serviceman with Prison-trained Dog in Massachusetts - 27 Jun 2007 
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