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Endangered Turtles Killed for Meat - 27 Aug 2010 
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NICARAGUA/
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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/
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
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
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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) 
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) 
STORN-FELIX/
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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) 
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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/
RTR1M3RA 
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/
RTR1M3QD 
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/
RTR1M13E 
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/
RTR1M13B 
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/
RTR1M138 
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/
RTR1M134 
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/
RTR1M130 
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
RTR1A7ZB 
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
RTR19C75 
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 
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