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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-MUSIC
RTX7O4A8
August 07, 2020
Daniel Duspiwa offers food to Rachel Hermlin, member of Berlin-based swing band "The Swingin' Hermlins"...
Berlin, Germany
Members of Berlin-based swing band "The Swingin' Hermlins" perform in Berlin
Daniel Duspiwa offers food to Rachel Hermlin, member of Berlin-based swing band "The Swingin' Hermlins" led by Andrej Hermlin, after they perfored to implement their vows to play nightly gigs from a living room and broadcast them on the internet until the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic ends, in Berlin, Germany, August 3, 2020. Picture taken August 3, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTS1Y246
August 20, 2018
A placard that reads, "Dear Client: We are working in the monetary conversion, for this reason we will...
Caracas, Venezuela
A placard that reads, "Dear Client: We are working in the monetary conversion, for this reason we will...
A placard that reads, "Dear Client: We are working in the monetary conversion, for this reason we will not operate in the usual schedule. Sorry for the inconvenience", is seen in the gate of a closed restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela August 20, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/PMI
RTX2RHTA
November 02, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22,...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/Files
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/PMI
RTSQGUQ
October 03, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE Ð SEARCH ÒBUSINESS WEEK AHEAD 3 OCTÓ FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYM5
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYM4
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYM3
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYM2
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion carries a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYM0
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion feeds a piece of metal into a rolling machine at the factory in...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion feeds a piece of metal into a rolling machine at the factory in...
A worker at perforating company Bion feeds a piece of metal into a rolling machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLY
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22,...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion uses a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLX
September 29, 2016
Workers at perforating company Bion feed a piece of metal into a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain...
Reading, United Kingdom
Workers at perforating company Bion feed a piece of metal into a machine at the factory in Reading
Workers at perforating company Bion feed a piece of metal into a machine at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLW
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion measures a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLU
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLS
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLR
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLQ
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLP
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLO
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLN
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLC
September 29, 2016
A worker at perforating company Bion handles a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain...
Reading, United Kingdom
A worker at perforating company Bion handles a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading
A worker at perforating company Bion handles a piece of perforated metal at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLB
September 29, 2016
The headquarters and factory of perforating company Bion are seen on an industrial estate in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
The headquarters and factory of perforating company Bion are seen on an industrial estate in Reading
The headquarters and factory of perforating company Bion are seen on an industrial estate in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT
RTSPYLA
September 29, 2016
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading,...
Reading, United Kingdom
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading...
Nick Bion, managing director of perforating company Bion, poses for a photo at the factory in Reading, Britain September 22, 2016. Picture taken September 22, 2016. To match Insight BRITAIN-EU/INVESTMENT REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
SOCCER-ITALY/MAFIA
RTX24EFN
January 28, 2016
A road sign is perforated by weapons bullets in Locri, southern Italy January 11, 2016. Picture taken...
Locri, Italy
A road sign is perforated by weapons bullets in Locri
A road sign is perforated by weapons bullets in Locri, southern Italy January 11, 2016. Picture taken January 11. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
MUSIC-EUROVISION/
RTX1E0S4
May 21, 2015
Singer Leonor Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "Ha Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second...
Vienna, Austria
Singer Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "Ha Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second semifinal...
Singer Leonor Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "Ha Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second semifinal of the upcoming 60th annual Eurovision Song Contest In Vienna, May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
MUSIC-EUROVISION/
RTX1E0RV
May 21, 2015
Singer Leonor Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "H? Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second...
Vienna, Austria
Singer Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "H? Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second semifinal...
Singer Leonor Andrade representing Portugal perfors the song "H? Um Mar Que Nos Separa" during the second semifinal of the upcoming 60th annual Eurovision Song Contest In Vienna, May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
MEXICO-FARMS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1D458
May 15, 2015
An employee makes perforations on a piece of paper as they count pickers' work at a farm in San Quintin...
SAN QUINTIN, Mexico
Wider Image: Fruits Of Wrath
An employee makes perforations on a piece of paper as they count pickers' work at a farm in San Quintin in Baja California state, Mexico April 1, 2015. Fruit pickers in the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, railing against a life of grinding poverty, have blocked roads, staged marches and held meetings with lawmakers since March as frustration over working conditions boiled over. One labourer in San Quintin, south of the border town of Tijuana, sleeps with his family on the bare earth in a tiny wooden shack on scrubland. He said after picking between 110 kg and 200kg of strawberries a day he earns from $56 to $79 a week. Strawberries fetched $5.19 a kilo on average in the United States in 2013. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

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NFL-SUPER/
RTR4NTI8
February 01, 2015
Singer John Legend waves after perforing "America the Beautiful" before the start of the NFL Super Bowl...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
Singer John Legend waves after performing "America the Beautiful" before the start of the NFL Super Bowl...
Singer John Legend waves after perforing "America the Beautiful" before the start of the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots in Glendale, Arizona, February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR3YLM8
July 14, 2014
Three-dimensional dummies perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command...
CLAW, Germany
Three-dimensional dummies perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command...
Three-dimensional dummies perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) are seen in the shooting ground training centre in Claw near Stuttgart July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY)
GERMANY/
RTR3YLM5
July 14, 2014
A three-dimensional dummy perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command...
CLAW, Germany
A three-dimensional dummy perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command...
A three-dimensional dummy perforated by members of the German army Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) is seen in the shooting ground training centre in Claw near Stuttgart July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY)
Environment
Environment
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USA-CAMPAIGN/
RTR37AWJ
August 31, 2012
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican...
Tampa, UNITED STATES
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican...
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, August 30, 2012 REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-CAMPAIGN/
RTR37AW7
August 31, 2012
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican...
Tampa, UNITED STATES
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican...
Singer Taylor Hicks perfors the song 'Taking it to the Street' during the final session of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, August 30, 2012 REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
TITANIC-AUCTION
RTR30KJL
April 10, 2012
A launch ticket for the Titanic is put into a case at Bonham's auction house in New York April 10, 2012....
New York, UNITED STATES
A launch ticket for the Titanic is put into a case at Bonham's auction house in New York
A launch ticket for the Titanic is put into a case at Bonham's auction house in New York April 10, 2012. A rare original launch ticket that could sell for up to $70,000 will be the highlight of an auction in New York of Titanic memorabilia to mark the centennial anniversary of the ill-fated voyage, Bonham's said on Tuesday. The ticket, which has its perforated admission stub still intact, would have allowed its holder to the launching and christening of the Titanic. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2TWVA
November 12, 2011
Native Brazilians from the Gaviao tribe carry out the ritual of passage from infancy to adulthood by...
PORTO NACIONAL, Brazil
Native Brazilians from the Gaviao tribe carry out the ritual of passage from infancy to adulthood by...
Native Brazilians from the Gaviao tribe carry out the ritual of passage from infancy to adulthood by perforating a youth's lower lip with a wooden post, during a break in the Indigenous Nations Games in Porto Nacional, in the Amazonian state of Tocantins, November 11, 2011. Some 1,300 members of different ethnic groups from around Brazil are competing in the event that lasts through November 12. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
CHILE-MINE/
RTXSMDF
September 24, 2010
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Copiapo, Chile
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from a copper and gold mine near Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 24, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two weeks after a cave-in sent a message to the surface on August 22 to confirm they are all alive. Rescue workers are drilling a wider shaft with a bigger, more powerful perforation drill straight down, which would take an estimated 3 to 4 months to complete. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILEPOLITICS BUSINESS - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/
RTXSMDE
September 24, 2010
Workers operate a T130 drill machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Copiapo, Chile
Workers operate a T130 drill machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Workers operate a T130 drill machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from a copper and gold mine in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 24, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two weeks after a cave-in sent a message to the surface on August 22 to confirm they are all alive. Rescue workers are drilling a wider shaft with a bigger, more powerful perforation drill straight down, which would take an estimated 3 to 4 months to complete. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILEPOLITICS BUSINESS - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/
RTXSMDC
September 24, 2010
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Copiapo, Chile
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from...
Workers operate a T130 drilling machine which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from a copper and gold mine in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 24, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two weeks after a cave-in sent a message to the surface on August 22 to confirm they are all alive. Rescue workers are drilling a wider shaft with a bigger, more powerful perforation drill straight down, which would take an estimated 3 to 4 months to complete. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/
RTXSMD3
September 24, 2010
Tubes of the T 130 drilling machine (rear) are seen as workers dig a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped...
Copiapo, Chile
Tubes of the T 130 drilling machine (rear) are seen as workers dig a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped...
Tubes of the T 130 drilling machine (rear) are seen as workers dig a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from a copper and gold mine near in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 24, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two weeks after a cave-in sent a message to the surface on August 22 to confirm they are all alive. Rescue workers are now drilling a wider shaft with a bigger, more powerful perforation drill straight down, which would take an estimated 3 to 4 months to complete. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILEDISASTER - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/
RTXSMD1
September 24, 2010
A worker checks a drill bit of the T130 drill (not pictured), in front of the Precision Drilling machine,...
Copiapo, Chile
A worker checks a drill bit of the T130 drill which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners...
A worker checks a drill bit of the T130 drill (not pictured), in front of the Precision Drilling machine, which is digging a tunnel to extract the 33 trapped miners from a copper and gold mine near in Copiapo, some 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, September 24, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped underground for more than two weeks after a cave-in sent a message to the surface on August 22 to confirm they are all alive. Rescue workers are drilling a wider shaft with a bigger, more powerful perforation drill straight down, which would take an estimated 3 to 4 months to complete. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILEDISASTER - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGS4
August 23, 2010
Chilean policemen stand near drill machines outside a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped...
Copiapo, Chile
Chilean policemen stand near drill machines outside a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped...
Chilean policemen stand near drill machines outside a copper and gold mine where 33 miners are trapped in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGRU
August 23, 2010
A relative of Mario Gomez, one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of Gomez, one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds up...
A relative of Mario Gomez, one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds up a letter written by Gomez outside the mine at Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGRQ
August 23, 2010
A relative of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine drinks coffee in...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine drinks coffee in...
A relative of one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine drinks coffee in front of a stone bearing the names of the miners in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGRL
August 23, 2010
Relatives of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine greet rescue workers outside...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine greet rescue workers outside...
Relatives of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine greet rescue workers outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. The words on the flag bear the names of several cities and towns in Chile, and read, "Drill workers always together. Long live Chile!" REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGQN
August 23, 2010
Lilianette Ramirez, wife of Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold...
Copiapo, Chile
Ramirez, wife of Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds a...
Lilianette Ramirez, wife of Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, holds a letter from her husband outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGQG
August 23, 2010
A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of Florencio Avalos, one of the 33 miners...
Copiapo, Chile
A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of one of the 33 miners trapped in a...
A member of the media looks at a computer screen with the image of Florencio Avalos, one of the 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/
RTR2HGQC
August 23, 2010
Letters from Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen...
Copiapo, Chile
Letters from Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen with...
Letters from Mario Gomez, one of 33 miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, are seen with his picture outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago August 23, 2010. The 33 Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive, in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago. The paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCN6
August 23, 2010
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up their arms as they sing...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up their arms as they sing...
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up their arms as they sing the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCN3
August 23, 2010
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, listens to the national anthem...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, listens to the national anthem...
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, listens to the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCN1
August 23, 2010
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up Chilean flags as they...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up Chilean flags as they...
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, hold up Chilean flags as they sing the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMX
August 23, 2010
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, waves the Chilean flag as...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, waves the Chilean flag as...
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, waves the Chilean flag as she sings the national anthem with other relatives outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMW
August 23, 2010
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside...
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, sing the national anthem outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMR
August 23, 2010
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, speaks on a mobile phone outside...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, speaks on a mobile phone outside...
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, speaks on a mobile phone outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMP
August 23, 2010
A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine...
Copiapo, Chile
A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine...
A poster shows pictures of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY HEADSHOT)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMN
August 23, 2010
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, prays outside the mine in...
Copiapo, Chile
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, prays outside the mine in...
A relative of a miner, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, prays outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. Thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER RELIGION)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMJ
August 23, 2010
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in...
Relatives of miners, trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine, embrace outside the mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCMI
August 23, 2010
Relatives watch a video with an image of one of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground...
Copiapo, Chile
Relatives watch a video with an image of one of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground...
Relatives watch a video with an image of one of the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCLR
August 23, 2010
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, 725...
Santiago, Chile
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Hector Retamal (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCLJ
August 23, 2010
A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo,...
Santiago, Chile
A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo...
A relative of a trapped miner wipes her eye after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Hector Retamal (CHILE - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY DISASTER)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCLG
August 23, 2010
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, 725...
Santiago, Chile
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo
Relatives of trapped miners react after learning that the 33 miners were found alive in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. REUTERS/Hector Retamal (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
CHILE-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTXSCL8
August 23, 2010
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground...
Santiago, Chile
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground...
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds a note from the thirty-three miners trapped in a deep underground copper and gold mine in Copiapo, 725 km (450 miles) north of Santiago, August 22, 2010. The thirty-three Chilean miners trapped deep underground sent a message to the surface tied to a drill on Sunday, saying they were all alive in their first contact since a cave-in 17 days ago, but experts said it would take months to dig them out. Pinera said the paper message was tied to a perforation drill that rescuers used to bore through to the area near an underground shelter, where the miners took shelter after the August 5 collapse at the gold and copper mine in the far north. The note reads "We are fine in the refuge, the 33 of us". REUTERS/Hector Retamal (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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