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NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
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September 05, 2007
A indigenous Miskitos rides a bicycle near trees and power and communication poles felled by Hurracane...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A indigenous Miskitos rides a bicycle near trees and power and communication poles felled by Hurracane...
A indigenous Miskitos rides a bicycle near trees and power and communication poles felled by Hurracane Felix in Puerto Cabezas town on the Caribean Coast, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
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September 05, 2007
A indigenous miskito stands in a church damaged Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas town on the Caribean...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A indigenous miskito stands in a church damaged Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas town on the Caribean...
A indigenous miskito stands in a church damaged Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas town on the Caribean Coast, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/HURRICANE FELIX
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September 05, 2007
A indigenous miskito child helps remove debris from the a church damaged Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A child indigenous miskito aids to clean the ruins of the Moravian Church destroyed by the hit of the...
A indigenous miskito child helps remove debris from the a church damaged Hurricane Felix, in Puerto Cabezas town on the Caribean Coast, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/FELIX HURRACANE
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September 05, 2007
Two indigenous Miskitos walk past a tree felled by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabeza town on the Caribean...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
Two indigenous Miskitos walk past a tree felled by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabeza town
Two indigenous Miskitos walk past a tree felled by Hurricane Felix in Puerto Cabeza town on the Caribean Coast of Nicaragua September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA-DRUGS
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February 07, 2007
A unidentified man kills a turtle for food at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
multiple cities, Nicaragua
A unidentified man kills a turtle for food at Tasba Pouni
A unidentified man kills a turtle for food at Tasba Pouni, 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)
NICARAGUA/
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February 07, 2007
A Miskito Indian plays on the beach at Tasba Pounii, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
A Miskito Indian plays on the beach at Tasba Pouni
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)
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NICARAGUA/
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February 07, 2007
Two Miskito Indians play on the beach at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
Two Miskito Indians play on the beach at Tasba Pouni
Two Miskito Indians play on the beach at Tasba Pouni, 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)
NICARAGUA/
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February 05, 2007
An unidentified man smokes marijuana at the Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
An unidentified man smokes marijuana at the Tasba Pouni
An unidentified man smokes marijuana at the Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, February 5, 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)
NICARAGUA/
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February 05, 2007
An armed member of the navy stands on the beach at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
An armed member of the navy stands on the beach at Tasba Pouni
An armed member of the navy stands on the beach at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaraua, February 5, 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)
NICARAGUA-DRUGS/
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February 05, 2007
Two Miskito Indians walk while they comb the beach for packages of cocaine that might have washed ashore...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
Miskito Indians walk on Caribbean coast of Nicaragua
Two Miskito Indians walk while they comb the beach for packages of cocaine that might have washed ashore during the day, at the Miskito Village of Tasba Pouni, on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua February 5, 2007. Nicaragua's Caribbean has become a hotbed for the shipment of cocaine and other illegal drugs.REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
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February 05, 2007
A Miskito Indian carries firewood while he combs the beach for packages of cocaine that might have washed...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
A Miskito Indian carries firewood at the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua
A Miskito Indian carries firewood while he combs the beach for packages of cocaine that might have washed ashore during the day, at the Miskito Village of Tasba Pouni on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua February 5, 2007. Nicaragua's Caribbean has become a hotbed for the shipment of cocaine and other illegal drugs. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
NICARAGUA/
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February 05, 2007
Members of an armed Nicaraguan Navy foot patrol search the beach at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian...
Tasba Pouni, Nicaragua
Members of an armed Nicaraguan Navy foot patrol search the beach at Tasba Pouni
Members of an armed Nicaraguan Navy foot patrol search the beach at Tasba Pouni, a small Miskito Indian village on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, February 5, 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)
NICARAGUA
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December 06, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a bag of food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
- PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a bag of food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopte.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a bag of food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter carrying aid distributed by the World Food Program (WFP) in the village of Siksayari, about 1006 km (625 miles) north of [Managua], Nicaragua December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid to indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Picture taken December 4, 2005.
NICARAGUA
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December 04, 2005
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari,...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito carry food aid in Siksayari
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari, about 1006 km (625 miles) north of Managua, Nicaragua December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid to indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Picture taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA
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December 04, 2005
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari,...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito carry food aid in Siksayari
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari, about 1006 km (625 miles) north of Managua, Nicaragua December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid to indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Picture taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA
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December 04, 2005
An indigenous Miskito carries a bag of food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter carrying aid distributed...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito carries food from Nicaraguan Army helicopter distributing aid in Siksayari
An indigenous Miskito carries a bag of food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter carrying aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari, about 1006 km (625 miles) north of Managua, Nicaragua December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid to indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Picture taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA
RTR1A7ZI
December 04, 2005
Indigenous Miskitos carry food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter which transported food aid distributed...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos carry food from Nicaraguan Army helicopter distributing food aid in Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos carry food from a Nicaraguan Army helicopter which transported food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari in Nicaragua, about 625 miles (1005.8 km) north of Managua, December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA
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December 04, 2005
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos carry food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari in Nicaragua, about 625 miles (1005.8 km) north of Managua, December 4,2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA WORLD FOOD PROGRAM
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December 04, 2005
Indigenous Miskito children run towards a Nicaraguan Army helicopter carrying food aid distributed by...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskito children run towards a Nicaraguan Army helicopter distributing food aid in village...
Indigenous Miskito children run towards a Nicaraguan Army helicopter carrying food aid distributed by the World Food Program in the village of Siksayari in Nicaragua, about 625 miles (1005.8 km)north of Managua, December 4, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken December 4, 2005. REUTERS/Antonio Aragon/Pool
NICARAGUA HURRICANE BETA
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October 30, 2005
A family from Miskito leave a temporary shelter in Puerto Cabezas about 540 Km (338 miles) northeast...
Puerto Cabeza, Nicaragua
A family from Miskito leave a shelter on a public school in Puerto Cabezas Nicaragua
A family from Miskito leave a temporary shelter in Puerto Cabezas about 540 Km (338 miles) northeast of the capital Managua, October 30, 2005. Hurricane Beta strengthened to a dangerous Category 3 early on Sunday as it battered Nicaragua's Caribbean coast, where troops tried to rush thousands of people into shelters to escape its fierce winds and rains. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
A resident walks under the rain in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
A resident walks under the rain in Puerto Cabezas northeast of Nicaragua
A resident walks under the rain in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane Beta barreled toward Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians and local residents huddled in shelters from the storm's lashing rains and wicked winds. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
Nicaragua's President Enrique Bolanos (R) talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during a news conference...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's President Bolanos talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during news conference in Managua...
Nicaragua's President Enrique Bolanos (R) talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during a news conference in Managua October 29, 2005. Hurricane Beta barreled toward Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians and local residents huddled in shelters from the storm's lashing rains and winds. Sitting next to Bolanos is the director of the weather institute Claudio Gutierrez (L). REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
WEATHER NICARAGUA BETA
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October 29, 2005
Nicaraguan soldiers walk along a dock reaching out into the Caribbean Sea from the coastal city of Puerto...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Nicaraguan soldiers walk along a dock on the Caribbean coast as Hurricane Beta approaches
Nicaraguan soldiers walk along a dock reaching out into the Caribbean Sea from the coastal city of Puerto Cabezas as Hurricane Beta approached from the east October 29, 2005. Hundreds of Miskito Indians and local residents huddled in shelters from the storm's lashing rains and wicked winds as Beta, the 23rd named hurricane of an unrelenting Atlantic-Caribbean season, kept picking up steam before landfall predicted in Nicaragua overnight. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
Nicaragua's President Enrique Bolanos talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during a news conference...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's President Bolanos talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during news conference in Managua...
Nicaragua's President Enrique Bolanos talks to reporters about Hurricane Beta during a news conference in Managua October 29, 2005. Hurricane Beta barreled toward Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians and local residents huddled in shelters from the storm's lashing rains and winds. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
NICARAGUA WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
Nicaraguan soldiers unload supplies from an army plane in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Nicaraguan soldiers unload supplies from an army plane in Puerto Cabezas
Nicaraguan soldiers unload supplies from an army plane in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Tropical Storm Beta was upgraded to a hurricane on Saturday as it punished a small Caribbean island with fierce winds and hundreds of Miskito Indians streamed into shelters in a sleepy Nicaraguan port to escape exposed villages. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa/Handout
WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians huddled in shelters in this sleepy port fearing its powerful winds and and torrential rains. An unknown number of fishermen and their families on the palm-fringed coast refused to leave their flimsy wooden shacks, oblivious to the danger from Beta, which whipped up winds of 85 mph (140 kph) as it inched toward Central America. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
WEATHER BETA
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October 29, 2005
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas
Fishermen from Miskitos arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 29, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians huddled in shelters in this sleepy port fearing its powerful winds and and torrential rains. An unknown number of fishermen and their families on the palm-fringed coast refused to leave their flimsy wooden shacks, oblivious to the danger from Beta, which whipped up winds of 85 mph (140 kph) as it inched toward Central America. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
WEATHER BETA
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October 28, 2005
Fishermen remove a boat from the beach in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Fishermen remove a boat from the beach in Puerto Cabezas
Fishermen remove a boat from the beach in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians huddled in shelters in this sleepy port fearing its powerful winds and and torrential rains. An unknown number of fishermen and their families on the palm-fringed coast refused to leave their flimsy wooden shacks, oblivious to the danger from Beta, which whipped up winds of 85 mph (140 kph) as it inched toward Central America. Picture taken on October 28, 2005. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
WEATHER BETA
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October 28, 2005
A boat with evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane Beta...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas
A boat with evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians huddled in shelters in this sleepy port fearing its powerful winds and and torrential rains. An unknown number of fishermen and their families on the palm-fringed coast refused to leave their flimsy wooden shacks, oblivious to the danger from Beta, which whipped up winds of 85 mph (140 kph) as it inched toward Central America. Picture taken on October 28, 2005. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
WEATHER BETA
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October 28, 2005
Evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off...
Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua
Evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas
Evacuees arrive in Puerto Cabezas, northeast of Nicaragua, October 28, 2005. Hurricane Beta churned off Nicaragua's jungle coast on Saturday and hundreds of Miskito Indians huddled in shelters in this sleepy port fearing its powerful winds and and torrential rains. An unknown number of fishermen and their families on the palm-fringed coast refused to leave their flimsy wooden shacks, oblivious to the danger from Beta, which whipped up winds of 85 mph (140 kph) as it inched toward Central America. Picture taken on October 28, 2005. REUTERS/German Miranda/La Prensa
NICARAGUA
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October 13, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05- A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program...
Raiti, Nicaragua
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05- A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Pro.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05- A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Raiti in northern Nicaragua October 7, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 7, 2005.
NICARAGUA
RTXNUW9
October 13, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in the village of Lakus Ta in northern...
Lakus Ta, Nicaragua
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in the village of Lakus Ta in no.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua October 7, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 7, 2005.
NICARAGUA
RTXNUW7
October 12, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a World Food Program donation to the village of...
Lakus Ta, Nicaragua
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a World Food Program donation to the village o.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 08OCT05 - An indigenous Miskito carries a World Food Program donation to the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua October 8, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 8, 2005.
NICARAGUA
RTXNUW6
October 12, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 09OCT05 - A line of indigenous Miskitos carry food from a World Food Program distribution...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
- PHOTO TAKEN 09OCT05 - A line of indigenous Miskitos carry food from a World Food Program distribut.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 09OCT05 - A line of indigenous Miskitos carry food from a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 9, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 9, 2005
NICARAGUA
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October 10, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito carries a dead rat in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
A young Miskito carries a dead rat in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito carries a dead rat in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 10, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 10, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
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October 10, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito carries a dead rat in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
A young Miskito carries a dead rat in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito carries a dead rat in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 10, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 10, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
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October 09, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito waits at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
A young Miskito boy waits for food at a World Food Program distribution point in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito waits at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 9, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 9, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BCR
October 09, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito plays with an empty food box at a World Food Program distribution point in...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
A young Miskito plays with empty food box at World Food Program distribution point in Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito plays with an empty food box at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 9, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 9, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BCO
October 09, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito waits at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
A young Miskito boy waits for food at a World Food Program distribution point in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito waits at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 9, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 9, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BC4
October 09, 2005
A line of indigenous Miskitos carry food from a World Food Program distribution point in the village...
Siksayari, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos carry food from World Food Program distribution point in village of Siksayari in...
A line of indigenous Miskitos carry food from a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Siksayari in northern Nicaragua October 9, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 9, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BCV
October 08, 2005
Indigenous Miskitos transport World Food Program donations by canoe through River Coco's Kiuharas rapids...
Lakus Ta, Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos transport food donations by canoe in northern Nicaragua
Indigenous Miskitos transport World Food Program donations by canoe through River Coco's Kiuharas rapids in northern Nicaragua October 8, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 8, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19B7S
October 08, 2005
An indigenous Miskito carries a World Food Program donation to the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua...
Lakus Ta, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito carries a WFP food donation to Lakus Ta village in northern Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito carries a World Food Program donation to the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua October 8, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 8, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19C6Y
October 07, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program distribution point...
Raiti, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito girl stands with her mother at a distribution point in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Raiti in northern Nicaragua October 7, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 7, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BCZ
October 07, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program distribution point...
Raiti, Nicaragua
An indigenous Miskito girl stands with her mother at a distribution point in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito girl stands next to her mother at a World Food Program distribution point in the village of Raiti in northern Nicaragua October 7, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 7, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA
RTR19BCA
October 07, 2005
A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua October...
Lakus Ta, Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in northern Nicaragua
A young indigenous Miskito holds a dead rat in the village of Lakus Ta in northern Nicaragua October 7, 2005. The World Food Program is distributing food aid in 14 indigenous communities after a plague of rats devoured their crops and food stores. Photo taken October 7, 2005 REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
FEATURE NICARAGUA
RTRNT4Q
April 08, 1999
Two Miskito children eat sugar cane in their home in Tasbapauni, a tiny village on the banks of the Prinzapolka...
Tasbapauni, Nicaragua
MISKITO CHILDREN IN THEIR HOME IN TASBAPAUNI.
Two Miskito children eat sugar cane in their home in Tasbapauni, a tiny village on the banks of the Prinzapolka River in Nicaragua's Caribbean region, about 160 miles (260 km) northeast of Managua. A civil court judge is expected to rule in April on a lawsuit filed by group of foreign businessmen claiming ownership of the land housing this and 11 other farming villages.

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FEATURE
RTRNT29
April 07, 1999
TO MATCH BC-NICARAGUA-LAND - A Miskito girl and her grandmother sort beans from their recent harvest...
Nicaragua, Nicaragua
TO MATCH BC-NICARAGUA LAND.
TO MATCH BC-NICARAGUA-LAND - A Miskito girl and her grandmother sort beans from their recent harvest in the village of Tasbapauni, on the banks of the Prinzapolka River about 160 miles (260 km) northeast of Managua March 19. This family along with some 3,500 indigenous residents could be forced to leave the land as a result of a lawsuit by a group of foreign businessmen claiming ownership to 58,800 hectares of rain forest in Nicaragua's remote Caribbean region.

LO/RC
NICARAGUA
RTXHU2P
November 19, 1998
Miskito children, inhabitants of the village of Raiti Bocay on the banks of the Coco River, some 300...
Managua, Nicaragua
Miskito children, inhabitants of the village of Raiti Bocay on the banks of the Coco River, some 300.....
Miskito children, inhabitants of the village of Raiti Bocay on the banks of the Coco River, some 300 kms north of Managua, stare at helicopters from the World Food Organization that landed with aid November 19 for the villages ravaged by the passage of Hurricane Mitch. Entire Miskito communities were left homeless by the torrential rains of Hurricane Mitch, which left in its path some 4,000 dead in Nicaragua alone.
NICARAGUA
RTXHU2O
November 19, 1998
Miskito residents unload food supplies November 19 provided by the World Food Organization to the thousands...
Managua, Nicaragua
Miskito residents unload food supplies November 19 provided by the World Food Organization to the th.....
Miskito residents unload food supplies November 19 provided by the World Food Organization to the thousands of Miskito indians living in Raiti Bocay, on the banks of the Coco River some 300 kms north of Managua. Entire communities were left homeless by the torrential rains of Hurricane Mitch, which left in its path some 4,000 dead in Nicaragua alone.
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJKLA
November 19, 1998
Miskito children, inhabitants of the village of Raiti Bocay on the banks of the Coco River, some 300...
Managua, Nicaragua
MISKITO CHILDREN AWAIT ARRIVAL OF AID FLIGHTS.
Miskito children, inhabitants of the village of Raiti Bocay on the banks of the Coco River, some 300 kms north of Managua, stare at helicopters from the World Food Organization that landed with aid November 19 for the villages ravaged by the passage of Hurricane Mitch. Entire Miskito communities were left homeless by the torrential rains of Hurricane Mitch, which left in its path some 4,000 dead in Nicaragua alone.

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WEATHER MITCH
RTRJKJU
November 19, 1998
Miskito residents unload food supplies November 19 provided by the World Food Organization to the thousands...
Managua, Nicaragua
MISKITO RESIDENTS UNLOAD WORLD FOOD ORGANIZATION SUPPLIES.
Miskito residents unload food supplies November 19 provided by the World Food Organization to the thousands of Miskito indians living in Raiti Bocay, on the banks of the Coco River some 300 kms north of Managua. Entire communities were left homeless by the torrential rains of Hurricane Mitch, which left in its path some 4,000 dead in Nicaragua alone.

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NICARAGUA
RTXHVU1
November 12, 1998
A group of indigenous Miskito indians carry a sick friend on a makeshift stretcher after he was seen...
Anris Tara, Nicaragua
A group of indigenous Miskito indians carry a sick friend on a makeshift stretcher after he was seen.....
A group of indigenous Miskito indians carry a sick friend on a makeshift stretcher after he was seen to by British army doctors in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from Hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBM3
November 12, 1998
A British soldier helps an indigenous Nicaraguan Miskito indian rebuild his house on the Rio Coco river...
Rio Coco, Nicaragua
A BRITISH SOLDIER HELPS NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIAN REBUILD HIS HOUSE.
A British soldier helps an indigenous Nicaraguan Miskito indian rebuild his house on the Rio Coco river November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

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WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBLW
November 12, 1998
British (L) and Nicaraguan soldiers carry food aid for indigenous Miskito indian communities on the Rio...
Rio Coco, Nicaragua
BRITISH AND NICARAGUAN SOLDIERS CARRY FOOD AID FOR FLOOD VICTIMS.
British (L) and Nicaraguan soldiers carry food aid for indigenous Miskito indian communities on the Rio Coco river November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

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WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBKA
November 12, 1998
A group of young indigenous Miskito indians lean against the remains of a destroyed house in the village...
Managua, Nicaragua
YOUNG NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIANS LEAN ON DESTROYED HOUSE.
A group of young indigenous Miskito indians lean against the remains of a destroyed house in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

EA/SV
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBJL
November 12, 1998
An indigenous Nicaraguan Miskito indian woman looks at her child play on the floor of her wrecked home...
Manmagua, Nicaragua
NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIAN STANDES ON HER WRECKED HOME.
An indigenous Nicaraguan Miskito indian woman looks at her child play on the floor of her wrecked home in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco on November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

EA/SV/JDP
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBIR
November 12, 1998
A group of young indigenous Miskito indians scramble for beans from a sack of emergency aid in the village...
Anris Tara, Nicaragua
YOUNG NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIANS SCRAMBLE FOR BEANS.
A group of young indigenous Miskito indians scramble for beans from a sack of emergency aid in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were stranded for days by flood waters from Hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

EA/SV/KM
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBI7
November 12, 1998
A group of indigenous Miskito indian women wait for medical attention in the village of Anris Tara on...
Anris Tara, Nicaragua
NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIANS WAIT FOR MEDICAL ATTENTION.
A group of indigenous Miskito indian women wait for medical attention in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

EA/SV/SB
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBHR
November 12, 1998
A group of indigenous Miskito indians carry a sick friend on a makeshift stretcher after he was seen...
Anris Tara, Nicaragua
NICARAGUAN MISKITO INDIANS CARRY SICK FRIEND.
A group of indigenous Miskito indians carry a sick friend on a makeshift stretcher after he was seen to by British army doctors in the village of Anris Tara on the Rio Coco November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito indians who were standed for days by flood waters from Hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

EA/SV/KM
WEATHER MITCH
RTRJBHG
November 12, 1998
A British army doctor (R) tries to make himself understood as he gives medical attention to an indigenous...
Anris Tara, Nicaragua
A BRITISH ARMY DOCTOR ATTENDS A NICARAGUAN WOMAN IN MISKITO VILLAGE.
A British army doctor (R) tries to make himself understood as he gives medical attention to an indigenous Miskito woman and her child in the village of Anris Tara November 11. The Royal Navy has stationed ships at the mouth of the Rio Coco and is giving emergency relief to Miskito Indians who were standed for days by flood waters from Hurricane Mitch's devastating passage through Central America.

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