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NORTHKOREA-SOUTHKOREA/BORDER
RTSD2SH
March 31, 2016
A map of the Korean peninsular is seen in a conference room of the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commissions...
Panmunjom, South Korea
A map of the Korean peninsular is seen in a conference room of the NNSC at the truce village of Panmunjom...
A map of the Korean peninsular is seen in a conference room of the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commissions (NNSC) at the truce village of Panmunjom, South Korea, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
ENERGY-EMPLOYMENT/
RTX1T7U8
October 26, 2015
Stacked oil rig Ocean America, shrouded by haze, is seen in the waters off the coast of the Pengarang...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
Stacked oil rig Ocean America, shrouded by haze, is seen in the waters off the coast of the Pengarang...
Stacked oil rig Ocean America, shrouded by haze, is seen in the waters off the coast of the Pengarang Peninsular in Malaysia's southern state of Johor October 6, 2015. Picture taken October 6, 2015. To match ENERGY-EMPLOYMENT/ REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1K739
July 13, 2015
Kate Pocklington, 32, a Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum conservator from Britain, removes flesh...
Singapore, Singapore
Pocklington, 32, a Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum conservator from Britain, removes flesh from...
Kate Pocklington, 32, a Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum conservator from Britain, removes flesh from the ribs of a sperm whale carcass near the western coast of Singapore July 13, 2015. Pocklington is part of a five-man team who will spend up to two weeks to deflesh the carcass before preparing the skeleton for display at the museum. The 10.6m (35 ft.) long female sperm whale beached itself onto Singapore shores on Friday and according to local media, was a species that had never previously been found in the waters around Singapore or Peninsular Malaysia. REUTERS/Edgar Su TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCJH
February 26, 2015
A general view of empty newly-built homes at Kota Iskandar in Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in...
Kota Iskandar, Malaysia
A general view of empty newly-built homes at Kota Iskandar in Johor
A general view of empty newly-built homes at Kota Iskandar in Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCJ8
February 26, 2015
Trucks ply a service road next to a demolished village home at a massive plot of land cleared for development...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
Trucks ply a service road next to a demolished village home at a massive plot of land cleared for development...
Trucks ply a service road next to a demolished village home at a massive plot of land cleared for development near the Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Complex (RAPID) Project in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCIY
February 26, 2015
A worker paints the fence at a massive plot of land cleared for development near the Refinery and Petrochemical...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A worker paints the fence at a massive plot of land cleared for development near the Refinery and Petrochemical...
A worker paints the fence at a massive plot of land cleared for development near the Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Complex (RAPID) Project in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCIO
February 26, 2015
A half-constructed building lies abandoned next to the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A half-constructed building lies abandoned next to the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater...
A half-constructed building lies abandoned next to the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater Petroleum Terminal in Pengerang, in the southeastern tip of Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCIF
February 26, 2015
A general view of the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater Petroleum Terminal in Pengerang,...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A general view of the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater Petroleum Terminal in Pengerang,...
A general view of the largely disused Pengerang Independent Deepwater Petroleum Terminal in Pengerang, in the southeastern tip of Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCI9
February 26, 2015
A worker prepares to transport oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A worker prepares to transport oil pipelines to be laid for Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project in Johor
A worker prepares to transport oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km (24 miles) away from the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCI7
February 26, 2015
A truck transports oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km (24...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A truck transports oil pipelines to be laid for Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project in Johor
A truck transports oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km (24 miles) away from the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCHY
February 26, 2015
Workers transport oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km (24...
None, Malaysia
Workers transport oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km away...
Workers transport oil pipelines to be laid for the Pengerang Gas Pipeline Project at an area 40km (24 miles) away from the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCHP
February 26, 2015
Workers build homes and shops in a partially completed new township about 40 km (24 miles) away from...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
Workers build homes and shops in a partially completed new township near Pengerang Integrated Petroleum...
Workers build homes and shops in a partially completed new township about 40 km (24 miles) away from Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCHO
February 26, 2015
A rusty and disused truck is parked along a row of shophouses in a largely empty township built for workers...
Pengarang, Malaysia
A rusty and disused truck is parked along row of shophouses in largely empty township built for workers...
A rusty and disused truck is parked along a row of shophouses in a largely empty township built for workers of the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, in the southeastern tip of Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCH3
February 26, 2015
A general view of the newly constructed roads and houses in a largely empty township built for workers...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A general view of the newly constructed roads and houses in a largely empty township built for workers...
A general view of the newly constructed roads and houses in a largely empty township built for workers of the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, in the southeastern tip of Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher. On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION)
MALAYSIA OIL/CUTS
RTR4RCGS
February 26, 2015
A rusty oil barrel lies in the middle of a road in the largely empty new township built for workers of...
PENGERANG, Malaysia
A rusty oil barrel lies in the middle of a road in the largely empty new township built for workers of...
A rusty oil barrel lies in the middle of a road in the largely empty new township built for workers of the Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex in Pengerang, in the southeastern tip of Johor, February 4, 2015. A collapse in oil prices is making it harder to attract investment in the next phases of a plan to build one of Asia's biggest energy hubs on Malaysia's southernmost tip, a development estimated to be worth over $50 billion. The Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC) aims to help Malaysia compete with Singapore to become the region's top oil and petrochemicals hub, but the local government body coordinating the project said the environment was now clearly tougher.
On the once-sleepy Pengerang peninsular in the southern Johor state, villages have been relocated to make way for storage tanks, refineries and terminals under the almost $30 billion first phase. Picture taken February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
PHOTOGRAPHERS-STORY/POY2014
RTR4FOXP
November 26, 2014
Local women watch armed men, believed to be Russian soldiers, assemble near a Ukrainian military base...
Perevalnoe, Ukraine
RNPS - PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY
Local women watch armed men, believed to be Russian soldiers, assemble near a Ukrainian military base in Perevalnoe in this March 5, 2014 file photo.

During Russia's occupation of the Crimean peninsular in Ukraine, masked men without insignia had appeared at Ukrainian army bases and important transport hubs all over the peninsular. Although they declined to say who they were, their Russian accents, military kit and license plates left little doubt that Moscow had sent them.

The locals believed they would protect them from attackers from Kiev and consequently welcomed the Russian soldiers like liberators, bringing them flowers and food and flocking to wherever they set up base as if a travelling circus had come to town. These two women had clearly dressed up for the occasion and flirted with the young men in uniform, who were visibly grateful for the distraction to their sentry duty.

Eventually, Russian soldiers became less anxious to be seen by foreign media chatting with their Ukrainian counterparts across the compound walls. - Thomas Peter
REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: THIS PICTURE IS PART OF THE PACKAGE 'PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - THE PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY'. SEARCH 'PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY' FOR ALL IMAGES'
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR48I6M
October 01, 2014
North Korean players greet South Korean fans who cheered them with flags bearing the shape of Korean...
Incheon, South Korea
North Korean players greet South Korean fans who cheered them with flags bearing the shape of Korean...
North Korean players greet South Korean fans who cheered them with flags bearing the shape of Korean peninsular after beating Japan in their women's final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon October 1, 2014. The slogan in the banner reads, "We are the one".
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR48HJI
October 01, 2014
South Koreans cheer the North Korean team with flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during...
Incheon, South Korea
South Koreans cheer the North Korean team with flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during...
South Koreans cheer the North Korean team with flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during the women's final soccer match between Japan and North Korea at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon October 1, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR4866W
September 29, 2014
A large flag bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular is seen as South Koreans cheer both the North...
Incheon, South Korea
A large flag bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular is seen as South Koreans cheer both the North...
A large flag bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular is seen as South Koreans cheer both the North and South Korean teams during the women's semi-final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon September 29, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR4866E
September 29, 2014
South Koreans cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the shape of the...
Incheon, South Korea
South Koreans cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the shape of the...
South Koreans cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during the women's semi-final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon September 29, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR48669
September 29, 2014
South Koreans react as they cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the...
Incheon, South Korea
South Koreans react as they cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the...
South Koreans react as they cheer both the North and South Korean teams together with flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during the women's semi-final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon September 29, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR4863V
September 29, 2014
A South Korean waves flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular to celebrate the goal of South...
Incheon, South Korea
A South Korean waves flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during the women's semi-final soccer...
A South Korean waves flags bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular to celebrate the goal of South Korea's Jung Seol-bin (R) against North Korea during the women's semi-final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon September 29, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR4861V
September 29, 2014
A South Korean waves South Korea's national flag and a flag bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular...
Incheon, South Korea
A South Korean waves South Korea's national flag and a flag bearing the shape of Korean peninsular during...
A South Korean waves South Korea's national flag and a flag bearing the shape of the Korean peninsular during the women's semi-final soccer match between South and North Korea at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon September 29, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3HKJ1
March 18, 2014
Police look at portraits of missing political activists and journalists that protesters pasted on the...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Police look at portraits of missing political activists and journalists that protesters in Simferopol...
Police look at portraits of missing political activists and journalists that protesters pasted on the gate of the Crimean interior ministry in Simferopol March 18, 2014. Twelve political activists and journalists who spoke out against the policies of the current Crimean local government have been missing without trace since the beginning of March following the appearance of armed men on the streets of the Ukrainian peninsular, according to a press release by the protest's organizers. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/REFERENDUM
RTR3H90Q
March 16, 2014
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol March...
Sevastopol, Ukraine
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol March 16, 2014. Residents of the Crimean peninsular prepare to vote in a referendum on Sunday that is widely expected to transfer control of the Black Sea region from Ukraine to Moscow, despite an outcry and threat of sanctions from the West. The poster reads, "STOP. Fascism wont pass! Everybody to the referendum!" REUTERS/Baz Ratner (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/REFERENDUM
RTR3H90I
March 16, 2014
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol March...
Sevastopol, Ukraine
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol
A man walks past a poster calling people to vote in a referendum in the Crimean city of Sevastopol March 16, 2014. Residents of the Crimean peninsular prepare to vote in a referendum on Sunday that is widely expected to transfer control of the Black Sea region from Ukraine to Moscow, despite an outcry and threat of sanctions from the West. The poster reads, "On 16 March, we are choosing" and "or" (bottom). REUTERS/Baz Ratner (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H465
March 14, 2014
A pro-Ukraine protester wears a jacket in the Ukrainian national colours as she attends a rally denouncing...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A pro-Ukraine protester wears a jacket in Ukrainian national colours as she attends rally denouncing...
A pro-Ukraine protester wears a jacket in the Ukrainian national colours as she attends a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H457
March 14, 2014
Pro-Ukraine protesters hold placards during a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Pro-Ukraine protesters hold placards during rally denouncing upcoming referendum on future of the Crimean...
Pro-Ukraine protesters hold placards during a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. The placards read: "We are for peace!", "Crimea - Ukraine" and "Ukraine". REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H44L
March 14, 2014
A Crimean Tartar man stands in front of the Ukrainian national flag as he attends a rally denouncing...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Crimean Tartar man attends rally denouncing upcoming referendum on future of the Crimean peninsular in...
A Crimean Tartar man stands in front of the Ukrainian national flag as he attends a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H44A
March 14, 2014
Pro-Ukraine protesters attend a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Pro-Ukraine protesters attend rally denouncing upcoming referendum on future of the Crimean peninsular...
Pro-Ukraine protesters attend a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H440
March 14, 2014
A pro-Ukraine protester holds the Ukrainian national flag as she attends a rally denouncing an upcoming...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Pro-Ukraine protester holds Ukrainian national flag as she attends rally denouncing upcoming referendum...
A pro-Ukraine protester holds the Ukrainian national flag as she attends a rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H41O
March 14, 2014
Ethnic Tartar women attend a pro-Ukraine rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Ethnic Tartar women attend pro-Ukraine rally denouncing upcoming referendum on future of the Crimean...
Ethnic Tartar women attend a pro-Ukraine rally denouncing an upcoming referendum on the future of the Crimean peninsular in Simferopol, March 14, 2014. Outside the squat Soviet-era building that houses Sevastopol's authorities, pro-Russian activists have covered the wall with a blizzard of flyers aimed at persuading residents of Crimea to vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia on Sunday. The placard reads: "Crimea - Ukraine". REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H3WN
March 14, 2014
Muslim Tatar men pray in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular,...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Muslim Tatar men pray in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol
Muslim Tatar men pray in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 14, 2014. Earlier this month, Tatars of Ukraine's Crimea came out in their thousands, chanting Allahu Akbar in a show of loyalty to the new authorities in Kiev and opposition to separatist demands by the region's Russian ethnic majority. But now, with Moscow's military forces having unexpectedly seized control, the indigenous Muslim people of the isolated Black Sea peninsula have all but vanished from the public square, keeping their heads down to avoid being sucked into war. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H3W9
March 14, 2014
A Muslim Tatar man prays in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular,...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Muslim Tatar man prays in Kebir-Dzhami mosque in old town of Simferopol
A Muslim Tatar man prays in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 14, 2014. Earlier this month, Tatars of Ukraine's Crimea came out in their thousands, chanting Allahu Akbar in a show of loyalty to the new authorities in Kiev and opposition to separatist demands by the region's Russian ethnic majority. But now, with Moscow's military forces having unexpectedly seized control, the indigenous Muslim people of the isolated Black Sea peninsula have all but vanished from the public square, keeping their heads down to avoid being sucked into war. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3H3VS
March 14, 2014
Muslim Tatar men stand outside the Kebir-Dzhami mosque after Friday midday prayers in the old town of...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Muslim Tatar men stand outside Kebir-Dzhami mosque after Friday midday prayers in old town of Simferopol...
Muslim Tatar men stand outside the Kebir-Dzhami mosque after Friday midday prayers in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 14, 2014. Earlier this month, Tatars of Ukraine's Crimea came out in their thousands, chanting Allahu Akbar in a show of loyalty to the new authorities in Kiev and opposition to separatist demands by the region's Russian ethnic majority. But now, with Moscow's military forces having unexpectedly seized control, the indigenous Muslim people of the isolated Black Sea peninsula have all but vanished from the public square, keeping their heads down to avoid being sucked into war. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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March 14, 2014
A Muslim Tatar (R) man arrives for Friday midday prayers at the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A Muslim Tatar man arrives for Friday midday prayers at the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol...
A Muslim Tatar (R) man arrives for Friday midday prayers at the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 14, 2014. Earlier this month, Tatars of Ukraine's Crimea came out in their thousands, chanting Allahu Akbar in a show of loyalty to the new authorities in Kiev and opposition to separatist demands by the region's Russian ethnic majority. But now, with Moscow's military forces having unexpectedly seized control, the indigenous Muslim people of the isolated Black Sea peninsula have all but vanished from the public square, keeping their heads down to avoid being sucked into war. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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March 14, 2014
A muezzin recites a call to prayer as Muslim Tatars sit in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A muezzin recites call to prayer as Muslim Tatars sit in Kebir-Dzhami mosque in old town of Simferopol...
A muezzin recites a call to prayer as Muslim Tatars sit in the Kebir-Dzhami mosque in the old town of Simferopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 14, 2014. Earlier this month, Tatars of Ukraine's Crimea came out in their thousands, chanting Allahu Akbar in a show of loyalty to the new authorities in Kiev and opposition to separatist demands by the region's Russian ethnic majority. But now, with Moscow's military forces having unexpectedly seized control, the indigenous Muslim people of the isolated Black Sea peninsula have all but vanished from the public square, keeping their heads down to avoid being sucked into war. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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March 13, 2014
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, mans a checkpoint on the highway...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Member of Serbian paramilitary group mans checkpoint on highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit watches traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit watches traffic at a checkpoint in the Crimean peninsular...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit watches traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
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March 13, 2014
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A member of a local self-defence unit and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check a van...
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check a van at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
The insignia of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group is seen at a checkpoint on the highway between...
Simferopol, Ukraine
The insignia of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group is seen at a checkpoint in the Crimean peninsular,...
The insignia of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group is seen at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. The writing reads: "Freedom or Death." REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit walks past a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit walks past a passenger bus at a checkpoint in the Crimean...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit walks past a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
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RTR3GYRB
March 13, 2014
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, checks a passenger bus at a checkpoint...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group checks a passenger bus at a checkpoint in the Crimean...
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, checks a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit stands outside a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit stands outside a passenger bus at a checkpoint in the Crimean...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit stands outside a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. The sign on the bus reads: "Sevastopol". REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
An armed member of a local self-defense unit mans a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A member of a local self-defence unit and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check a van...
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) and a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group check a van at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) talks to a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group as...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A member of a local self-defence unit talks to a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group as they...
A member of a local self-defence unit (R) talks to a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group as they man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
RTR3GYM7
March 13, 2014
Members of a local self-defence unit man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Members of a local self-defence unit man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol...
Members of a local self-defence unit man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
RTR3GYLN
March 13, 2014
Member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and...
Member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
Milutin Malisic (C), a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, and armed members of a local self-defence...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group and armed members of a local self-defence unit man a...
Milutin Malisic (C), a member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, and armed members of a local self-defence unit man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular March 13, 2014. Serbian paramilitaries have offered their help to pro-Russian self-defence volunteers who set up road blocks on the main road to the Crimean port city of Sevastopol, home to the Russian Black Sea fleet. Road blocks were set up last week when pro-Russian men in green uniforms without insignia started appearing outside bases taking control of naval and military installations in Crimea. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS
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March 13, 2014
Member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group Bratislav Zivkovic directs traffic at a checkpoint on...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Member of Serbian paramilitary group directs traffic at checkpoint on highway between Simferopol and...
Member of a Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group Bratislav Zivkovic directs traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsular, March 13, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/APPEAL
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March 13, 2014
Bratislav Zivkovic (R), a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, and a member of a local self-defence...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Zivkovic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, and a member of a local self-defence unit...
Bratislav Zivkovic (R), a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, and a member of a local self-defence unit man a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimea peninsular March 13, 2014. Ukraine's parliament appealed on Thursday to the United Nations to discuss the occupation by Russian forces of its Crimea peninsula and said it reserved the right to ask individual countries for help in resolving the issue. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/APPEAL
RTR3GWVW
March 13, 2014
Bratislav Zivkovic (back) and Milutin Malisic, members of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, direct...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Zivkovic and Malisic, members of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, direct traffic at a checkpoint...
Bratislav Zivkovic (back) and Milutin Malisic, members of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, direct traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimea peninsular March 13, 2014. Ukraine's parliament appealed on Thursday to the United Nations to discuss the occupation by Russian forces of its Crimea peninsula and said it reserved the right to ask individual countries for help in resolving the issue. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/APPEAL
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March 13, 2014
An armed member of a local self-defence unit watches traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol...
Simferopol, Ukraine
An armed member of a local self-defence unit watches traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol...
An armed member of a local self-defence unit watches traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimea peninsular March 13, 2014. Ukraine's parliament appealed on Thursday to the United Nations to discuss the occupation by Russian forces of its Crimea peninsula and said it reserved the right to ask individual countries for help in resolving the issue. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/APPEAL
RTR3GWV8
March 13, 2014
Milutin Malisic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, walks past a passenger bus at a...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Malisic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, walks past a passenger bus at a checkpoint...
Milutin Malisic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, walks past a passenger bus at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimea peninsular March 13, 2014. Ukraine's parliament appealed on Thursday to the United Nations to discuss the occupation by Russian forces of its Crimea peninsula and said it reserved the right to ask individual countries for help in resolving the issue. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/APPEAL
RTR3GWUY
March 13, 2014
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, directs traffic at a checkpoint...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Zivkovic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, directs traffic at a checkpoint on the...
Bratislav Zivkovic, a member of the Serbian Chetnik paramilitary group, directs traffic at a checkpoint on the highway between Simferopol and Sevastopol in the Crimea peninsular March 13, 2014. Ukraine's parliament appealed on Thursday to the United Nations to discuss the occupation by Russian forces of its Crimea peninsula and said it reserved the right to ask individual countries for help in resolving the issue. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
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March 11, 2014
A woman feeds pigeons and seagulls at the embankment in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta March 11,...
Alushta, Ukraine
A woman feeds pigeons and seagulls at the embankment in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta
A woman feeds pigeons and seagulls at the embankment in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta March 11, 2014. Ukraine's Crimean peninsular evokes in many Russians and citizens of the former Soviet Union memories of summer holidays in the resorts and sanatoriums along its subtropical Black Sea coast. Crimea is also the place from where Christianity spread throughout what was then called Kievan Rus', a federation of Slavic tribes that later became Russia. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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March 11, 2014
A bus drives past a tourist attraction in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta March 11, 2014. Ukraine's...
Alushta, Ukraine
A bus drives past a tourist attraction in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta
A bus drives past a tourist attraction in the Black Sea resort town of Alushta March 11, 2014. Ukraine's Crimean peninsular evokes in many Russians and citizens of the former Soviet Union memories of summer holidays in the resorts and sanatoriums along its subtropical Black Sea coast. Crimea is also the place from where Christianity spread throughout what was then called Kievan Rus', a federation of Slavic tribes that later became Russia. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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