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CHINA-NUCLEAR/
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March 06, 2015
Workers (bottom) stand in front of a nuclear reactor as part of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant seen...
Taishan, China
Workers stand in front of a nuclear reactor under construction in Taishan, China
Workers (bottom) stand in front of a nuclear reactor as part of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant seen under construction in Taishan, Guangdong province, October 17, 2013. As China signs global deals to export its nuclear power technology, it faces a huge obstacle: it still needs to show it can build and safely operate these reactors at home. Aided by foreign technology acquired during three decades of development, China has the highest number of reactors being built and ambitions to export its home-grown models to an overseas market worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Picture taken October 17, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
CHINA-NUCLEAR/
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March 06, 2015
A nuclear reactor and related factilities as part of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated...
Taishan, China
A nuclear reactor and related facilities as part of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant is under construction...
A nuclear reactor and related factilities as part of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGN), is seen under construction in Taishan, Guangdong province, October 17, 2013. As China signs global deals to export its nuclear power technology, it faces a huge obstacle: it still needs to show it can build and safely operate these reactors at home. Aided by foreign technology acquired during three decades of development, China has the highest number of reactors being built and ambitions to export its home-grown models to an overseas market worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Picture taken October 17, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
CHINA-NUCLEAR/
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March 06, 2015
An artist impression of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power...
Taishan, China
An artist impression of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant is displayed on a viewing platform overlooking the...
An artist impression of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGN), is displayed on a viewing platform overlooking the construction site in Taishan, Guangdong province, October 17, 2013. As China signs global deals to export its nuclear power technology, it faces a huge obstacle: it still needs to show it can build and safely operate these reactors at home. Aided by foreign technology acquired during three decades of development, China has the highest number of reactors being built and ambitions to export its home-grown models to an overseas market worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Picture taken October 17, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BRITAIN
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September 23, 2006
Overseas Development Minister Lynda Chalker leaves her office to appear before the foreign affairs select...
London, United Kingdom
Overseas Development Minister Chalker leaves office to appear before foreign affairs select committee...
Overseas Development Minister Lynda Chalker leaves her office to appear before the foreign affairs select committee in London March 3, 1994. Chalker is believed to have opposed giving 234 million pounds sterling in aid towards building the Malaysian Pergau dam. REUTERS/Andre Camara (BRITAIN)
GERMANY
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August 02, 2005
Red Cross President Seiters meets German Chancellor Schroeder and Overseas Development Minister Wieczorek-Zeul...
Berlin, Germany
Red Cross President Seiters meets German Chancellor Schroeder and Overseas Development Minister ...
Red Cross President Seiters meets German Chancellor Schroeder and Overseas Development Minister Wieczorek-Zeul in Berlin. Rudolf Seiters (L) President of the German Red Cross (DRK) meets with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Overseas Development Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (R) in Berlin August 2, 2005. Schroeder met charity representatives for talks on German food aid for Niger on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
BRITAIN
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December 08, 2004
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown talks to delegates ahead of delivering the Pope Paul...
London, UK
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown is seen before delivering global poverty speech in London....
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown talks to delegates ahead of delivering the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture at the QEII Conference Centre, London, December 8, 2004. The talk, entitled 'Ending Global Poverty: Do We Have A Choice?', was held by the aid agency CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development). REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD
BRITAIN
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December 08, 2004
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown attends the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture at the QEII...
London, UK
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown delivers global poverty speech in London.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown attends the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture at the QEII Conference Centre, London, December 8, 2004. The talk, entitled 'Ending Global Poverty: Do We Have A Choice?', was held by the aid agency CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development). REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD
BRITAIN
RTRHRWR
December 08, 2004
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown delivers the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture at the...
London, UK
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown delivers global poverty speech in London.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown delivers the Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture at the QEII Conference Centre, London, December 8, 2004. The talk, entitled 'Ending Global Poverty: Do We Have A Choice?', was held by the aid agency CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development). REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD
GERMANY
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November 28, 2000
GERMANY'S OVERSEAS AND DEVELOPMENT MINISTER HEIDEMARIE WIECZOREK ZEUL FIXES RED AIDS RIBBON ON HEALTH...
Berlin, Germany
GERMANY'S OVERSEAS AND DEVELOPMENT MINISTER HEIDEMARIE WIECZOREK ZEUL FIXES RED AIDS RIBBON ON ...
GERMANY'S OVERSEAS AND DEVELOPMENT MINISTER HEIDEMARIE WIECZOREK ZEUL FIXES RED AIDS RIBBON ON HEALTH MINISTER ANDREA FISCHER IN BERLIN.


Germany's Minister for Overseas and Development Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (L) fixes a red AIDS ribbon on the jacket of German Health Minister Andrea Fischer (R), ahead of a news conference in Berlin November 28, 2000. Both Ministers will present a new AIDS report to UNICEF.
BRITAIN LABOUR
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October 02, 1998
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short delivers her speech to delegates at the Labour Party's annual...
Blackpool
CLARE SHORT DELIVERS A CONFERENCE SPEECH IN BLACKPOOL.
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short delivers her speech to delegates at the Labour Party's annual conference in Blackpool, October 2. In her speech to conference, Short announced that the government would be increasing its budget for overseas aid.

HP/SB
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October 02, 1998
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short chats with Defence Secretary George Robertson on the stage...
United Kingdom
CLARE SHORT CHATS WITH GEORGE ROBERTSON IN BLACKPOOL.
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short chats with Defence Secretary George Robertson on the stage at the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool, October 2. In her speech to conference, Short announced that the government would be increasing its budget for overseas aid.

HP/SB
RTRCKWN
March 27, 1998
A Myanmar (Burmese) student chants slogans during a rally outside the Japanese embassy in Bangkok March...
Thailand
BURMESE STUDENTS RALLY OUTSIDE JAPANESE EMBASSY IN BANGKOK
A Myanmar (Burmese) student chants slogans during a rally outside the Japanese embassy in Bangkok March 27. The students called on the Japanese government to stop granting Oversea Developments Assistance (ODA), financial aid programs, to the Myanmar military government which they claimed will support the country's dectatorship instead of helping the people.

MYANMAR PROTEST
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March 27, 1998
Thai policemen (foreground) watch as Myanmar (Burmese) students rally outside the Japanese embassy in...
Thailand
THAI POLICEMEN WATCH AS BURMESE STUDENTS RALLY OUTSIDE JAPANESE EMBASSY
Thai policemen (foreground) watch as Myanmar (Burmese) students rally outside the Japanese embassy in Bangkok March 27. The students called on the Japanese government to stop granting Oversea Developments Assistance (ODA), a financial aid program, to the Myanmar military government which they claimed will support the country's dictatorship instead of help the people.

MYANMAR PROTEST
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March 20, 1998
Demonstrators march outside Japan's parliament (behind) in Tokyo March 20 to protest against the financial...
Japan
DEMONSTRATORS PARCH OUTSIDE PARLIAMENTIN TOKYO TO PROTEST JAPANESE AID TO GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT...
Demonstrators march outside Japan's parliament (behind) in Tokyo March 20 to protest against the financial aid to the government of Indonesian President Suharto. A group of protesters opposed the regime of President Suharto and Vice President Jusuf Habibie called on the Japanese government to stop spending public funds in the form of Overseas Development Assistance (ODA).

JAPAN INDONESIA
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October 16, 1997
The Action Committee of Farmers and Farm Labourers, a small left-wing political pressure group, stages...
Bangladesh
BANGLADESHIS BLAME WORLD BANK FOR THEIR COUNTRY'S POVERTY
The Action Committee of Farmers and Farm Labourers, a small left-wing political pressure group, stages a protest in Dhaka against the visit of World Bank President James Wolfensohn October 16. Without explaining, the protesters said the World Bank, one of Bangladesh's major overseas aid donors, is to be blamed for the country's grinding poverty. Wolfensohn is currently on a five-day visit to Bangladesh to see bank-aided development projects and discuss economic issues with the government.

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