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STORM-IOTA/NICARAGUA
RTX8AHGC
November 19, 2020
Indigenous Miskito men use a boat to cross a road flooded by the Wawa Boom river due to heavy rain caused...
BILWI, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito men use a boat to cross a road flooded by the Wawa Boom river due to heavy rain caused...
Indigenous Miskito men use a boat to cross a road flooded by the Wawa Boom river due to heavy rain caused by Hurricane Iota as it passed through the Caribbean coast in Bilwi, Nicaragua November 18, 2020. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
CLIMATECHANGE-COCOA/COFFEE
RTX22VZ5
January 18, 2016
A man of the Nicaraguan ethnic tribe Miskito picks coffee berries at the Nogales farm in Jinotega,Nicaragua...
Jinotega, Nicaragua
A man picks coffee berries at the Nogales farm in Jinotega
A man of the Nicaraguan ethnic tribe Miskito picks coffee berries at the Nogales farm in Jinotega,Nicaragua January 7, 2016. Soaring temperatures in Central America due to climate change are forcing farmers to pull up coffee trees and replace them with cocoa, spurring a revival in the cultivation of a crop once so essential to the region's economy.Picture taken January 7, 2016.REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
HONDURAS/
RTR2SL6Y
October 12, 2011
An indigenous Miskito man plays the harmonica during a rally against the colonization of the Americas,...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Indigenous Miskito man plays the harmonica during a rally in Tegucigalpa
An indigenous Miskito man plays the harmonica during a rally against the colonization of the Americas, outside U.S Embassy in Tegucigalpa October 12, 2011. This year marks the 519th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' discovery of the Americas. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
HONDURAS/
RTR2SL6S
October 12, 2011
An indigenous Miskito woman dances during a rally against the colonization of the Americas, outside U.S...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Indigenous Miskito woman dances during a rally in Tegucigalpa
An indigenous Miskito woman dances during a rally against the colonization of the Americas, outside U.S Embassy in Tegucigalpa October 12, 2011. This year marks the 519th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' discovery of the Americas. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
HONDURAS/
RTR2SL6R
October 12, 2011
Indigenous Miskitos sing during a rally against the colonization of the Americas, outside the U.S Embassy...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Indigenous Miskitos sing during a rally in Tegucigalpa
Indigenous Miskitos sing during a rally against the colonization of the Americas, outside the U.S Embassy in Tegucigalpa October 12, 2011. This year marks the 519th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' discovery of the Americas. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido(HONDURAS - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
Society
Society
Endangered Turtles Killed for Meat - 27 Aug 2010
17 PICTURES
NICARAGUA
RTR2HM0R
August 27, 2010
Indigenous Miskitos buy endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) ashore at Puerto Cabezas, along...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos buy endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) ashore at Puerto Cabezas, along...
Indigenous Miskitos buy endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) ashore at Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 24, 2010.Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA
RTR2HM03
August 27, 2010
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's...
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 25, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 25, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NICARAGUA
RTR2HLZP
August 27, 2010
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's...
An indigenous Miskito man slaughters a turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 25, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 25, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NICARAGUA/TURTLE
RTR2HLZD
August 27, 2010
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas,...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 26, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 26, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: TRANSPORT FOOD ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2HLZC
August 27, 2010
An indigenous Miskito woman sells turtle meat at a town market in Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito woman sells turtle meat at a town market in Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean...
An indigenous Miskito woman sells turtle meat at a town market in Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 25, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 25, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NICARAGUA/TURTLE
RTR2HLZ7
August 27, 2010
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas,...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas...
Indigenous Miskitos purchase green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 26, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 26, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: TRANSPORT FOOD ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA
RTR2HLZ3
August 27, 2010
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is pulled by indigenous Miskito to be sold for food at...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is pulled by indigenous Miskito to be sold for food at...
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is pulled by indigenous Miskito to be sold for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 24, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/TURTLE
RTR2HLXZ
August 27, 2010
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is loaded into a car after it was purchased by an indigenous...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is loaded into a car after it was purchased by an indigenous...
An endangered green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) is loaded into a car after it was purchased by an indigenous Miskito for food at the port of Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 26, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 26, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: TRANSPORT FOOD ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/TURTLE
RTR2HLXU
August 27, 2010
Indigenous Miskitos pull ashore endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) to be sold in Puerto Cabezas,...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos pull ashore endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) to be sold in Puerto Cabezas,...
Indigenous Miskitos pull ashore endangered green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) to be sold in Puerto Cabezas, along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 24, 2010. Around five hundred turtles are sold for food per month in the port. The going rate for turtle meat is approximately $1.10 per pound. Picture taken August 24, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2HJUR
August 26, 2010
An indigenous Miskito woman rests inside her house in Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi) on Nicaragua's Caribbean...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito woman rests inside her house in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast
An indigenous Miskito woman rests inside her house in Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi) on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 25, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2HJUH
August 26, 2010
An indigenous Miskito child walks on the beach in Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi) on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito child walks on the beach in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast
An indigenous Miskito child walks on the beach in Puerto Cabezas (Bilwi) on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast August 25, 2010. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR21EZX
August 20, 2008
Indigenous Miskitos wait to be transferred to Bilwi town after their medical treatment on USS Kearsarge...
Managua, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos wait to be transferred to Bilwi town after their medical treatment on USS Kearsarge...
Indigenous Miskitos wait to be transferred to Bilwi town after their medical treatment on USS Kearsarge August 19, 2008. The USS Kearsarge was there to provide medical care to victims and contribute to the rebuilding of areas affected by Hurricane Felix. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR21ETA
August 20, 2008
A U.S dentist examine an indigenous Miskito woman during a medical mission in Bilwi town at the Caribbean...
Managua, Nicaragua
A U.S dentist examine a woman during a medical mission in Bilwi town
A U.S dentist examine an indigenous Miskito woman during a medical mission in Bilwi town at the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua August 19,2008. The USS Kearsarge was there to provide medical care to victims and contribute to the rebuilding of areas affected by Hurricane Felix. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR21ET9
August 20, 2008
A U.S doctor examine an indigenous Miskito child during a medical mission in Bilwi town at the Caribbean...
Managua, Nicaragua
A U.S doctor examine an indigenous Miskito child during a medical mission in Bilwi town
A U.S doctor examine an indigenous Miskito child during a medical mission in Bilwi town at the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua August 19, 2008. The USS Kearsarge was there to provide medical care to victims and contribute to the rebuilding of areas affected by Hurricane Felix. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR21ET8
August 20, 2008
Captain Fernandez "Frank" Ponds United States Navy Commander, Amphibious Squadron EIGHT, shakes hands...
Managua, Nicaragua
U.S Navy Commander Captain Ponds shakes hands with a man during medical mission in Bilwi
Captain Fernandez "Frank" Ponds United States Navy Commander, Amphibious Squadron EIGHT, shakes hands with an indigenous Miskito man during a medical mission in Bilwi town at the caribbean coast of Nicaragua August 19, 2008. The USS Kearsarge was there to provide medical care to victims and contribute to the rebuilding of areas affected by Hurricane Felix. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1VEQV
October 28, 2007
A Miskito Indian plays on the beach at Tasba Pounii, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
Managua, Nicaragua
A Miskito Indian plays on the beach at Tasba Pounii, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
A Miskito Indian plays on the beach at Tasba Pounii, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, February 6, 2007, where packages of cocaine regularly wash ashore. Nicaragua's Caribbean has become a hotbed for the shipment of cocaine and other illegal drugs. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDF8
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskito boy fishes on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito boy fishes on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas town
An indigenous Miskito boy fishes on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast September 27, 2007. Pictures taken September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDE5
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos child orphaned by Hurricane Felix rebuilds his house in the remote indigenous...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskitos child orphaned by Hurricane Felix rebuilds his house
An indigenous Miskitos child orphaned by Hurricane Felix rebuilds his house in the remote indigenous community of Lidaukra in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Nicaragua's government estimated that around 300 children were orphaned after Hurricane Felix passed through it near Puerto Cabeza town. Pictures taken September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDE3
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos child orphaned by Hurricane Felix plays with a monkey in the remote indigenous...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskitos child plays with a monkey in the remote indigenous community of Lidaukra
An indigenous Miskitos child orphaned by Hurricane Felix plays with a monkey in the remote indigenous community of Lidaukra in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Nicaragua's government estimated that around 300 children were orphaned after Hurricane Felix passed through it near Puerto Cabeza town. Pictures taken September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDDY
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos girl orphaned by Hurricane Felix walks through the rubble of her house in the...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskitos girl orphaned by Hurricane Felix walks through the rubble of her house in the remote indigenous...
An indigenous Miskitos girl orphaned by Hurricane Felix walks through the rubble of her house in the remote indigenous community of Lidaukra in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Nicaragua's government estimated that around 300 children were orphaned after Hurricane Felix passed through it near Puerto Cabeza town. Pictures taken September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDDU
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos boy fishes in the remote indigenous community of Ninayari in the Caribbean coast...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskitos boy fishes in the remote indigenous community of Ninayari in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua...
An indigenous Miskitos boy fishes in the remote indigenous community of Ninayari in the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Nicaragua's government estimated that around 300 children were orphaned after Hurricane Felix passed through it near Puerto Cabeza town. Pictures taken September 27,2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1UDDP
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskito child plays in a lagoon in the small town of Kaska on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskito child plays in a lagoon in the small town of Kaska on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito child plays in a lagoon in the small town of Kaska on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Nicaragua's government estimated that around 300 children were orphaned after Hurricane Felix passed through it, near Puerto Cabeza town. Pictures taken September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
PEOPLE-SHAKIRA/DONATION
RTR1UCHO
September 28, 2007
A Miskito child who is a victim of Hurricane Felix rests on a hammock in the small town of Krukira on...
KRUKIRA, Nicaragua
A Miskito child who is a victim of Hurricane Felix rests on a hammock in the small town of Krukira
A Miskito child who is a victim of Hurricane Felix rests on a hammock in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Colombian pop star Shakira announced a $40 million donation on Thursday to repair damage caused by an earthquake in Peru and a hurricane in Nicaragua. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
PEOPLE-SHAKIRA/DONATION
RTR1UCHL
September 28, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos man rebuilds his house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town...
KRUKIRA, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskitos man rebuilds his house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town...
An indigenous Miskitos man rebuilds his house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Colombian pop star Shakira announced a $40 million donation on Thursday to repair damage caused by an earthquake in Peru and a hurricane in Nicaragua. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
PEOPLE-SHAKIRA/DONATION
RTR1UCHJ
September 28, 2007
A Miskito woman sits at her house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Sandy Bay...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A Miskito woman sits at her house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Sandy Bay...
A Miskito woman sits at her house, which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Sandy Bay on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 27, 2007. Colombian pop star Shakira announced a $40 million donation on Thursday to repair damage caused by an earthquake in Peru and a hurricane in Nicaragua. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TN06
September 09, 2007
Indigenous Miskitos in the small town of Krukira wave to the US Navy MH-15 Blackhawk helicopter after...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos in the small town of Krukira wave to the US Navy MH-15 Blackhawk helicopter after...
Indigenous Miskitos in the small town of Krukira wave to the US Navy MH-15 Blackhawk helicopter after receiving their first shipment of aid September 9, 2007. The town was badly damaged by Hurricane Felix. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TMZG
September 09, 2007
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane...
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane Felix in the small town of Krukira September 9, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TMZC
September 09, 2007
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane...
Indigenous Miskitos men receive food supplies for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane Felix in the small town of Krukira September 9,2007.RREUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TLEC
September 08, 2007
A Miskito women react in Puerto Cabezas, September 8, 2007, to the news that a family member, missing...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Woman reacts to news of relative's death
A Miskito women react in Puerto Cabezas, September 8, 2007, to the news that a family member, missing since Hurricane Felix slammed in to Nicaragua on Monday, had died in the storm.REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TLDH
September 08, 2007
Miskito women react on Saturday in Puerto Cabezas September 8, 2007, to the news that their family member,...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Miskito women react to news of their relative's death due to Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabezas
Miskito women react on Saturday in Puerto Cabezas September 8, 2007, to the news that their family member, missing since Hurricane Felix slammed in to Nicaragua on Monday, had died in the storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TLDE
September 08, 2007
A pair of Miskito women react on Saturday in Puerto Cabezas September 8, 2007, to the news that their...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A pair of Miskito women react to news of relative's death due to Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabezas.
A pair of Miskito women react on Saturday in Puerto Cabezas September 8, 2007, to the news that their family member, missing since Hurricane Felix slammed in to Nicaragua on Monday, had died in the storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TLA3
September 08, 2007
Nicaraguan sailors in Puerto Cabezas attend to members of the indigenous Miskitos people who survived...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Nicaraguan sailors in Puerto Cabezas attend to members of the indigenous Miskitos people who survived...
Nicaraguan sailors in Puerto Cabezas attend to members of the indigenous Miskitos people who survived Hurricane Felix September 8,2007. The survivors are amongst the 41 people found alive at sea four days after the storm hit. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELX/
RTR1TKCS
September 07, 2007
Two indigenous Miskitos men carry food supplies, for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Two indigenous Miskitos men carry food supplies in the town of Sandy Bay
Two indigenous Miskitos men carry food supplies, for remote indigenous communities devastated by Hurricane Felix, in the town of Sandy Bay September 7,2007. The number of people killed when Hurricane Felix tore into the border area between Nicaragua and Honduras this week has jumped to at least 130, a Nicaraguan rescue official said on Friday. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX
RTR1TIQ6
September 07, 2007
ATTENTION EDITORS-VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
Relatives in the port of Puerto Cabeza...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Relatives in the port of Puerto Cabeza identify bodies of victims after Hurricane Felix hit Nicaragua...
ATTENTION EDITORS-VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
Relatives in the port of Puerto Cabeza identify bodies of victims after Hurricane Felix hit Nicaragua, September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TII8
September 06, 2007
An injured man is moved to a temporary hospital in Puerto Cabeza September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An injured man is moved to a temporary hospital in Puerto Cabeza
An injured man is moved to a temporary hospital in Puerto Cabeza September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. Many of the dead were traveling by boat when they were hit by huge waves as Felix struck near the border between Honduras and Nicaragua on Tuesday as a giant Category 5 storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TII4
September 06, 2007
Indigenous Miskitos, victims of Hurricane Felix, receive food in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos receive food in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos, victims of Hurricane Felix, receive food in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. Many of the dead were traveling by boat when they were hit by huge waves as Felix struck near the border between Honduras and Nicaragua on Tuesday as a giant Category 5 storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TII3
September 06, 2007
Members of Nicaragua's Army carry supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabezas September...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Members of Nicaragua's Army carry supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabezas
Members of Nicaragua's Army carry supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabezas September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. Many of the dead were traveling by boat when they were hit by huge waves as Felix struck near the border between Honduras and Nicaragua on Tuesday as a giant Category 5 storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIHY
September 06, 2007
A U.S. Army helicopter, carrying supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix, lands in Puerto Cabezas...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A U.S. Army helicopter, carrying supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix, lands in Puerto Cabezas...
A U.S. Army helicopter, carrying supplies for people affected by Hurricane Felix, lands in Puerto Cabezas September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. Many of the dead were traveling by boat when they were hit by huge waves as Felix struck near the border between Honduras and Nicaragua on Tuesday as a giant Category 5 storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIHQ
September 06, 2007
A Miskito Indian man repairs his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A Miskito Indian man repairs his house in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua...
A Miskito Indian man repairs his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. Many of the dead were traveling by boat when they were hit by huge waves as Felix struck near the border between Honduras and Nicaragua on Tuesday as a giant Category 5 storm. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
RTR1TIH3
September 06, 2007
An injured man is carried to a military helicopter in Puerto Cabeza town September 6, 2007. Soldiers...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An injured man is carried to a military helicopter in Puerto Cabeza town.
An injured man is carried to a military helicopter in Puerto Cabeza town September 6, 2007. Soldiers searched for more bodies on Thursday after Hurricane Felix killed 38 people in Nicaragua, while 52 members of a group of Miskito Indians washed ashore alive in neighboring Honduras. Dozens were still missing after Felix tore into Nicaragua's swampy Caribbean coast late on Tuesday, destroying thousands of flimsy homes and making tracks through barely developed jungle areas even less passable than normal. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIGB
September 06, 2007
An indigenous Miskito rides a bicycle in front of a Moravian church, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito rides a bicycle in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua...
An indigenous Miskito rides a bicycle in front of a Moravian church, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORN-FELIX/
RTR1TIFX
September 06, 2007
Two indigenous Miskito children bathe in a lagoon in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Two indigenous Miskito children bathe in a lagoon in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast...
Two indigenous Miskito children bathe in a lagoon in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIFT
September 06, 2007
An indigenous Miskito woman stands near her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito woman stands near her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito woman stands near her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Bodies of Miskito Indians killed by Hurricane Felix floated in the Caribbean off Central America and washed up on beaches on Thursday as the death toll from the storm rose to over 60. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIET
September 06, 2007
An indigenous Miskito man stands on the frame of his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito man stands on frame of his house in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean...
An indigenous Miskito man stands on the frame of his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Soldiers searched for more bodies on Thursday after Hurricane Felix killed 38 people in Nicaragua, while 52 members of a group of Miskito Indians washed ashore alive in neighboring Honduras. Dozens were still missing after Felix tore into Nicaragua's swampy Caribbean coast late on Tuesday, destroying thousands of flimsy homes and making tracks through barely developed jungle areas even less passable than normal. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TIEK
September 06, 2007
An indigenous Miskito man carries the roof of his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito man carries the roof of his house in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean...
An indigenous Miskito man carries the roof of his house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in the small town of Krukira on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 6, 2007. Soldiers searched for more bodies on Thursday after Hurricane Felix killed 38 people in Nicaragua, while 52 members of a group of Miskito Indians washed ashore alive in neighboring Honduras. Dozens were still missing after Felix tore into Nicaragua's swampy Caribbean coast late on Tuesday, destroying thousands of flimsy homes and making tracks through barely developed jungle areas even less passable than normal. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1THKM
September 06, 2007
A Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the...
SANDY BAY, Nicaragua
Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army
A Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the town of Sandy Bay September 5, 2007, 600 km (372 miles) northeast of Managua. Hurricane Felix killed at least 38 people on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast and more than 80 people were missing after the storm destroyed thousands of flimsy homes, the government said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Oscar Navarrete/Pool (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1THCM
September 06, 2007
A Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the...
SANDY BAY, Nicaragua
Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army
A Miskito woman cries over her injured husband before he is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the town of Sandy Bay September 5, 2007, 600 km (372 miles) northeast of Managua. Hurricane Felix killed at least 38 people on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast and more than 80 people were missing after the storm destroyed thousands of flimsy homes, the government said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Oscar Navarrete/Pool (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1THCK
September 06, 2007
An injured indigenous Miskito is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the town of Sandy Bay September...
SANDY BAY, Nicaragua
An injured indigenous Miskito is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the town of Sandy Bay
An injured indigenous Miskito is air-lifted by the Nicaraguan Army from the town of Sandy Bay September 5, 2007, 600 km (372 miles) northeast of Managua. Hurricane Felix killed at least 38 people on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast and more than 80 people were missing after the storm destroyed thousands of flimsy homes, the government said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Oscar Navarrete/Pool (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1THCF
September 06, 2007
An aerial view of the Miskito town of Sandy Bay in Northern Nicaragua September 5, 2007. Hurricane Felix...
SANDY BAY, Nicaragua
An aerial view of the Miskito town of Sandy Bay in Northern Nicaragua
An aerial view of the Miskito town of Sandy Bay in Northern Nicaragua September 5, 2007. Hurricane Felix killed at least 38 people on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast and more than 80 people were missing after the storm destroyed thousands of flimsy homes, the government said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Oscar Navarrete/Pool (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TH6S
September 05, 2007
A fisherman is rescued from a stranded boat by the crew of a Nicaraguan Army helicopter near Cayo Miskitos...
Cayo Miskitos, Nicaragua
A fisherman is rescued from a stranded boat by the crew of a Nicaraguan Army helicopter near Cayo Miskitos...
A fisherman is rescued from a stranded boat by the crew of a Nicaraguan Army helicopter near Cayo Miskitos after Hurricane Felix September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Manuel Zapata (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TH6R
September 05, 2007
Fishermen wave at a Nicaraguan Army helicopter from their stranded boat before being rescued near Cayo...
Cayo Miskitos, Nicaragua
Fishermen wave at a Nicaraguan Army helicopter from their stranded boat
Fishermen wave at a Nicaraguan Army helicopter from their stranded boat before being rescued near Cayo Miskitos after Hurricane Felix September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Manuel Zapata (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TGXD
September 05, 2007
An indigenous Miskito boy sits on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito boy sits on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas
An indigenous Miskito boy sits on a portion of the harbour in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast after hurricane Felix passed September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
STORM-FELIX/
RTR1TGWZ
September 05, 2007
An indigenous Miskito man looks at his house which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito man looks at his house which was damaged by Hurricane Felix
An indigenous Miskito man looks at his house which was damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas on Nicaragua's Caribbean coast September 5, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRACANE FELIX
RTR1TFXR
September 05, 2007
An indigenous Miskitos woman looks out at the roof of her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Puerto...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskitos woman looks out at the roof of her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Puerto...
An indigenous Miskitos woman looks out at the roof of her house, damaged by Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabeza town on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
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