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STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Crew walk as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew walk as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in... 
Crew walk as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
A member of the crew gestures while are embarked supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
A member of the crew gestures while are embarked supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean... 
A member of the crew gestures while are embarked supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
A soldier smiles after placing a White Ensign of the Royal Navy on a helicopter while the crew embark... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
A soldier smiles after placing a White Ensign of the Royal Navy on a helicopter while the crew embark... 
A soldier smiles after placing a White Ensign of the Royal Navy on a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Soldiers check a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Soldiers check a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean... 
Soldiers check a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Soldiers carry parts of a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Soldiers carry parts of a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Soldiers carry parts of a helicopter while the crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Crew wait to embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew wait to embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the... 
Crew wait to embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the British... 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FPKT 
September 11, 2017 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked while the crew embark supplies before crossing... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked at the naval base in the British overseas... 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked while the crew embark supplies before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FPI0 
September 11, 2017 
Crew walk along a gangway as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew walk along a gangway as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the... 
Crew walk along a gangway as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FPFS 
September 11, 2017 
Crew take a break as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew take a break as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval... 
Crew take a break as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FPFO 
September 11, 2017 
A member of the crew throws a bottle of water as they embark supplies in a stowage of the Royal Navy... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
A member of the crew throws up a bottle of water as they embark supplies in a stowage of the Royal Navy... 
A member of the crew throws a bottle of water as they embark supplies in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Crew embark pick-up trucks donated by the Gibraltar's government in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark pick-up trucks donated by the Gibraltar's government in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Crew embark pick-up trucks donated by the Gibraltar's government in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo (R) and Gibraltar Lieutenant General Edward Davis pose for... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Picardo and Gibraltar Lieutenant General Davis pose for media with pick-up... 
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo (R) and Gibraltar Lieutenant General Edward Davis pose for media with pick-up trucks donated by the Gibraltar's government before embarking them in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP8S 
September 11, 2017 
Crew stand as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew stand as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in... 
Crew stand as they embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP7K 
September 11, 2017 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the British... 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP77 
September 11, 2017 
Crew stand on the deck as they check the helicopters and embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew stand on the deck as they check the helicopters and embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter... 
Crew stand on the deck as they check the helicopters and embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP6C 
September 11, 2017 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the British... 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP4C 
September 11, 2017 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the British... 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP47 
September 11, 2017 
Crew push carts with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew push carts with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Crew push carts with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
RTX3FP2O 
September 11, 2017 
Crew push a cart with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew push a cart with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier... 
Crew push a cart with supplies after embarking them in a stowage of the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked while the crew embark supplies before crossing... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked while the crew embark supplies at the naval... 
The Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is seen docked while the crew embark supplies before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
STORM-IRMA/GIBRALTAR
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September 11, 2017 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide... 
Gibraltar, Gibraltar 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean at the naval base in the British... 
Crew embark supplies in the Royal Navy helicopter carrier HMS Ocean before crossing the Atlantic to provide humanitarian assistance and vital aid to British Overseas Territories and Commonwealth partners affected by Hurricane Irma, at the naval base in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, historically claimed by Spain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
Military
Military 
Japan Takes Over Biggest Warship Since WWII - 25 Mar 2015 
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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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October 23, 2013 
Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi (L) walks from the Foreign Office with Overseas aid minister... 
London, United Kingdom 
Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi walks from the Foreign Office to Downing Street for her... 
Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi (L) walks from the Foreign Office with Overseas aid minister Justine Greening to Downing Street for her meeting with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron in London October 23, 2013. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
CLIMATE/
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November 23, 2009 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Oxfam's climate activists protest outside EU Council building in Brussels 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime Minister Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and British PM Gordon Brown during a protest outside the European Council building in Brussels November 23, 2009, as EU environment ministers met to find a political deal on fighting climate change ahead of Copenhangen Climate conference. The "0.7%" sign refers to the percentage of gross national income promised by the EU for overseas aid. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS) 
CLIMATE/
RTXR1K5 
November 23, 2009 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Oxfam's climate activists protest outside EU Council building in Brussels 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime Minister Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and British PM Gordon Brown during a protest outside the European Council building in Brussels November 23, 2009, as EU environment ministers met to find a political deal on fighting climate change ahead of Copenhangen Climate conference. The "0.7%" sign refers to the percentage of gross national income promised by the EU for overseas aid. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS) 
CLIMATE/
RTXR1K0 
November 23, 2009 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Oxfam's climate activists protest outside EU Council building in Brussels 
Oxfam's climate activists wear masks depicting (L-R) French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Spanish Prime Minister Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and British PM Gordon Brown during a protest outside the European Council building in Brussels November 23, 2009, as EU environment ministers met to find a political deal on fighting climate change ahead of Copenhangen Climate conference. The "0.7%" sign refers to the percentage of gross national income promised by the EU for overseas aid. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS) 
FRANCE-PROTESTS/CARIBBEAN
RTXBWAI 
February 21, 2009 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris... 
Paris, France 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris... 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris February 21, 2009. Banner reads: Unite with French Overseas Territories. French Prime Minister Francois Fillon asked unions and employers on Guadeloupe on Friday to accept a new aid package and end a month-long strike that erupted into violent protests. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-PROTESTS/CARIBBEAN
RTXBWA2 
February 21, 2009 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris... 
Paris, France 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris... 
Protestors from the West Indies hold up banners at a demonstration over food and petrol prices in Paris February 21, 2009. Banner reads: Sarkozy caused the death of French overseas territories. French Prime Minister Francois Fillon asked unions and employers on Guadeloupe on Friday to accept a new aid package and end a month-long strike that erupted into violent protests. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1WM1W 
February 03, 2008 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February 3, 2008. The OBP booked 600 seats for a screening of the film at a cinema in Singapore. The bloodiest Rambo film so far shows John Rambo fighting the Myanmar military to free a group of Christian aid workers in the jungles of Eastern Myanmar. REUTERS/Charles Pertwee (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1WM1R 
February 03, 2008 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February... 
Singapore, multiple countries 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February 3, 2008. The OBP booked 600 seats for a screening of the film at a cinema in Singapore. The bloodiest Rambo film so far shows John Rambo fighting the Myanmar military to free a group of Christian aid workers in the jungles of Eastern Myanmar. REUTERS/Charles Pertwee (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1WM1K 
February 03, 2008 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February... 
Singapore, multiple countries 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore 
Members of the Overseas Burmese Patriots (OBP) wait before a screening of Rambo IV in Singapore February 3, 2008. The OBP booked 600 seats for a screening of the film at a cinema in Singapore. The bloodiest Rambo film so far shows John Rambo fighting the Myanmar military to free a group of Christian aid workers in the jungles of Eastern Myanmar. REUTERS/Charles Pertwee (SINGAPORE) 
BRITAIN
RTR1HN0X 
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) 
ETHIOPIA
RTRK7GD 
August 11, 2005 
Picture from "Ethiopialives" photography project, in which ordinary Ethiopians take pictures of their... 
Ethiopia 
Picture from "Ethiopialives" photography project, in which ordinary Ethiopians take pictures of ... 
Picture from "Ethiopialives" photography project, in which ordinary Ethiopians take pictures of their everyday lives. Ethiopian photographer Mango (L) demonstrates his camera to a priest in this picture taken in June 2005. Mango is one of the 19 participants of the "Ethiopialives" digital photography project, sponsored by the aid agency Catholic Agency for Overseas Development or CAFOD. The participants, aged between 17 and 50, are from diverse backgrounds and from three different areas of Ethiopia, who had never used a camera or computer before. The newly trained photographers turned their cameras on their own lives, giving the world a rare insight into life in Ethiopia today. The pictures can be seen on www.ethiopialives.net . BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/CAFOD/Handout 
GERMANY
RTRJBZQ 
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
RTRHRZR 
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
RTRHRY1 
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 
JAPAN
RTRL3K2 
March 30, 2003 
Airport workers prepare to load a shipment of relief supplies into a
Japanese goverment plane at the... 
Narita, Japan 
RELIEF SUPPLIES FOR IRAQI REFUGEES PREPARED IN TOKYO. 
Airport workers prepare to load a shipment of relief supplies into a
Japanese goverment plane at the New Tokyo International airport in
Narita, east of Tokyo, March 30, 2003. Two goverment planes are set to
leave for Jordan on Sunday night to deliver relief supplies for Iraqi
refugees affected by the U.S.-led war on Iraq, the first time Japan
will use the planes for overseas humaniarian aid under a law on
cooperation with U.N. peacekeeping operations. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/RCS 
GERMANY
RTRBCRX 
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. 
OLYMPICS
RTXJN6E 
April 14, 2000 
A swimmer does laps of an inner-city pool as Nick Martin (BELOW), Sydney's World Cup Triathlon Dive Leader,... 
Sydney, Australia 
A swimmer does laps of an inner-city pool as Nick Martin (BELOW), Sydney's World Cup Triathlon Dive ..... 
A swimmer does laps of an inner-city pool as Nick Martin (BELOW), Sydney's World Cup Triathlon Dive Leader, swims underneath him with the aid of an underwater scooter whilst wearing a Shark Pod on his back in Sydney April 14. Martin and four other divers will carry the sonar devices, known as Shark Pods, to scare off sharks during the swim leg of the triathlon events at this year's Sydney Olympic Games. Olympic organisers insist sharks will not pose risk to competitors but have decided to deploy the dive team to ease the fears of overseas competitors after a spate of recent sightings in Sydney Harbour and nearby beaches. 
SPORT OLYMPICS TRIATHLON SHARKS
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April 14, 2000 
A swimmer does laps of an inner-city pool as Nick Martin (BELOW), Sydney's World Cup Triathlon Dive Leader,... 
Sydney, Australia 
NICK MARTIN TESTS SHARK POD AS HE SWIMS UNDER SWIMMER AT SYDNEY POOL. 
A swimmer does laps of an inner-city pool as Nick Martin (BELOW), Sydney's World Cup Triathlon Dive Leader, swims underneath him with the aid of an underwater scooter whilst wearing a Shark Pod on his back in Sydney April 14. Martin and four other divers will carry the sonar devices, known as Shark Pods, to scare off sharks during the swim leg of the triathlon events at this year's Sydney Olympic Games. Olympic organisers insist sharks will not pose risk to competitors but have decided to deploy the dive team to ease the fears of overseas competitors after a spate of recent sightings in Sydney Harbour and nearby beaches.

DG/PB 
SHORT
RTXHZR9 
October 02, 1998 
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short delivers her speech to delegates at the Labour Party's annual... 
Blackpool, United Kingdom 
Overseas Development Minister Clare Short delivers her speech to delegates at the Labour Party's ann..... 
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.]
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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 
RTRCU9K 
April 03, 1998 
Combo picture shows the dome of the Brussels Justice Palace after an attack by the German army in 1944... 
Belgium 
COMBO OF JUSTICE PALACE IN BRUSSELS IN 1944 AND 1998 
Combo picture shows the dome of the Brussels Justice Palace after an attack by the German army in 1944 (L) and in a picture taken in March 1998 (R). Today is the 50th anniversary of the US President Harry S. Truman signing the Marshall plan into effect, allocating six billion dollars in overseas economic aid to help rebuild Europe after World War Two.

BELGIUM MARSHALL 
RTRCU9E 
April 03, 1998 
Combo shows the Henri Marichal street in Ixelles a suburb of Brussels after a bombing by the German army... 
Belgium 
COMBO OF A STREET IN BRUSSELS IN 1944 AND 1998 
Combo shows the Henri Marichal street in Ixelles a suburb of Brussels after a bombing by the German army in 1944 (top) and in a picture taken in March 1998 (bottom). Today is the 50th anniversary of the US President Harry S. Truman signing the Marshall plan into effect, allocating six billion dollars in overseas economic aid to help rebuild Europe after World War Two.

BELGIUM MARSHALL 
RTRCU92 
April 03, 1998 
Combo shows the Sint-Lambertus church and the remains of an appartment building in Antwerp after a bombing... 
Belgium 
COMBO SHOWING A CHURCH IN BRUSSELS IN 1944 AND 1998 
Combo shows the Sint-Lambertus church and the remains of an appartment building in Antwerp after a bombing by the German army in 1944 which killed 79 people (L) and the same church and a building constructed in 1950 in a picture taken in March 1998 from the same angle (R). Today is the 50th anniversary of the US President Harry S. Truman signing the Marshall plan into effect, allocating six billion dollars in overseas economic aid to help rebuild Europe after World War Two.

BELGIUM MARSHALL 
RTRCU7K 
April 03, 1998 
Combo shows the Fine Arts museum in Antwerp after a bombing by the German army in 1944 (top) and in a... 
Belgium 
COMBO SHOWING FINE ARTS MUSEUM IN ANTWERP IN 1944 AND 1998 
Combo shows the Fine Arts museum in Antwerp after a bombing by the German army in 1944 (top) and in a picture taken in March 1998 (bottom). Today is the 50th anniversary of the singning by U.S. President Harry S. Truman of the Marshall plan, which allocated six billion dollars in overseas economic aid to help rebuild Europe after World War Two.

BELGIUM MARSHALL 
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 
RTRCKWK 
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 
RTRU28Q 
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 
RTRCBPG 
March 20, 1998 
A demonstrator holds up a placard during a protest against Indonesian President Suharto outside Japan's... 
Japan 
DEMONSTRATORS PARCH OUTSIDE PARLIAMENTIN TOKYO TO PROTEST JAPANESE AID TO GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT... 
A demonstrator holds up a placard during a protest against Indonesian President Suharto outside Japan's parliament in Tokyo March 20. A group of protesters called on the Japanese government to stop spending public funds in the form of Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) to the regime of President Suharto and Vice President Jusuf Habibie.

JAPAN INDONESIA 
RTR8DLG 
November 05, 1997 
President Clinton, flanked by Vice President Al Gore (R) and other supporters of his proposed fast track... 
multiple countries 
CLINTON SPEAKS ON TRADE DEAL 
President Clinton, flanked by Vice President Al Gore (R) and other supporters of his proposed fast track legislation, speaks at the Oval Office November 5. Clinton urged the House to pass the proposed legislation and outlined a plan to help American workers displaced by overseas competition in his bid to win congressional approval of expanded trade negotiating power.

TRADE CLINTON AID 
RTR7REO 
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.

BANK 
RTREVU 
March 25, 1996 
Comedienne Josie Lawrence and horse-racing expert John McCririck celebrate winning their Spectacle Wearer... 
United Kingdom 
SPECTACLE WEARER OF THE YEAR WINNERS POSE 
Comedienne Josie Lawrence and horse-racing expert John McCririck celebrate winning their Spectacle Wearer of the Year Awards following a ceremony in central London March 25. The awards coincided with the opening of an exhibition designed to aid the charity Vision Aid Overseas.

BRITAIN SPECTACLES 
RTREUI 
March 25, 1996 
Comedienne Josie Lawrence and horse-racing expert John McCririck show off their Spectacle Wearer of the... 
United Kingdom 
SPECTACLE WEARER OF THE YEAR WINNERS POSE FOR PICTURES 
Comedienne Josie Lawrence and horse-racing expert John McCririck show off their Spectacle Wearer of the Year Awards following a ceremony in central London March 25. The awards coincided with the opening of an exhibition designed to aid the charity Vision Aid Overseas.

SPECTACLES 
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