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KASHMIR
RTXRN1N
December 09, 2009
Migratory birds rest at the wetlands of Hokersar, north of Srinagar, December 9, 2009. More than 600,000...
Hokersar, India
Migratory birds rest at the wetlands of Hokersar
Migratory birds rest at the wetlands of Hokersar, north of Srinagar, December 9, 2009. More than 600,000 migratory birds including shovellers, common teals, graylag geese, gadwalls, Pintail, mallards, and coots flew down in the wetlands of the troubled Kashmir region from Central Asia and Siberia, wildlife officer Gulam Ahmad Lone said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN- ADMINISTERED KASHMIR ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
KASHMIR
RTXRN1M
December 09, 2009
A flock of migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar, north of Srinagar, December 9, 2009. More...
Hokersar, India
Flock of migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar
A flock of migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar, north of Srinagar, December 9, 2009. More than 600,000 migratory birds including shovellers, common teals, graylag geese, gadwalls, Pintail, mallards, and coots flew down in the wetlands of the troubled Kashmir region from Central Asia and Siberia, wildlife officer Gulam Ahmad Lone said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN- ADMINISTERED KASHMIR ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
KASHMIR
RTR1JOJL
November 25, 2006
Pintail migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar, 10 km (6 miles) north of Srinagar, November...
Hokersar, India
Pintail migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar
Pintail migratory birds fly across a wetland in Hokersar, 10 km (6 miles) north of Srinagar, November 24, 2006. More than 500,000 migratory birds including Shovellers, Common Teals, Graylag Geese, Gadwalls, Kingfishers, Mallards, and Coots have arrived in the wetlands of the troubled Kashmir region from Central Asia and Siberia, wildlife officials said. Picture taken November 24, 2006. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
FRANCE
RTXMYHU
October 06, 2004
A gendarme takes a photograph of a Greenpeace activist who is wedged near the wheels of a truck they...
Cherbourg, France
A gendarme takes a photograph of a Greenpeace activist who is wedged near the wheels of a truck they.....
A gendarme takes a photograph of a Greenpeace activist who is wedged near the wheels of a truck they used as a roadblock during anti-nuclear protests in Cherbourg, October 5, 2004. [Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium are due to arrive from the United States in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1,200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, southern France.] ?? law requires that faces of French law enforcement officials are masked in publications in France
FRANCE
RTXMYHQ
October 06, 2004
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg .....
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutonium after it's arrival from the United States at the Cherbourg harbor October 6, 2004. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1200 kilometers by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France.
FRANCE
RTRCN10
October 06, 2004
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after...
Cherbourg, France
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail ...
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after arrival Cherbourg harbor. The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after it's arrival from the United States at the Cherbourg harbor October 6, 2004. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1200 kilometers by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRCN0E
October 06, 2004
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after...
Cherbourg, France
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail ...
The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after his arrival from the United States at the Cherbourg harbor. The container of 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium is unloaded from the Pacific Pacific Pintail after it's arrival from the United States at the Cherbourg harbor October 6, 2004. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kilometers by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRCMOC
October 06, 2004
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pacific Pintail at the Cherbourg...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pacific Pintail at the ...
Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pacific Pintail at the Cherbourg harbor. Greenpeace activists on their boat demonstrate in front of the Pacific Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium after it's arrival from the United States at the Cherbourg harbor October 6, 2004. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1200 kilometers by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRCKLM
October 05, 2004
A gendarme photographs a Greenpeace activist wedged near the wheels of a truck used as a roadblock during...
Cherbourg, France
A gendarme photographs a Greenpeace activist wedged near the wheels of a truck used as a roadblock ......
A gendarme photographs a Greenpeace activist wedged near the wheels of a truck used as a roadblock during anti-nuclear protests in Cherbourg. A gendarme takes a photograph of a Greenpeace activist who is wedged near the wheels of a truck they used as a roadblock during anti-nuclear protests in Cherbourg, October 5, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium are due to arrive from the United States in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1,200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, southern France. ++French law requires that faces of French law enforcement officials are masked in publications in France++ REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRCKFP
October 05, 2004
Greenpeace activists man a roadblock, with the COEGEMA nuclear waste treatment plant in the distance,...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists man a roadblock during anti-nuclear protests in Cherbourg.
Greenpeace activists man a roadblock, with the COEGEMA nuclear waste treatment plant in the distance, during anti-nuclear protests in Cherbourg, October 5, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium are due to arrive from the United States in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli JNA/JES/acm
RIGUIDEL
RTXMZ7Z
October 04, 2004
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base after been...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base after be.....
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base after been set free in France October 4, 2004. Three members of Greenpeace was arrested yesterday after being caught in a restricted zone during a demonstration against the arrival in Cherbourg of two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutonium. [The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. ]
FRANCE
RTXMZ7X
October 04, 2004
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel (L) and Jon Castel (R) former captain of the Rainbow...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel (L) and Jon Castel (R) former captain of the Rai.....
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel (L) and Jon Castel (R) former captain of the Rainbow Warrior leave the Cherbourg marine [weapons] base after been set free in France October 4, 2004. Three members of Greenpeace was arrested yesterday after being caught in a restricted zone during a demonstration against the arrival in Cherbourg of two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutonium. [The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. ]
FRANCE
RTRCG3J
October 04, 2004
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel and Jon Castel former captain of the Rainbow Warrior...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel and Jon Castel former captain of the Rainbow ...
Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel and Jon Castel former captain of the Rainbow Warrior leave the Cherbourg marine weapons base. Greenpeace activists French skipper Eugene Riguidel (L) and Jon Castel (R) former captain of the Rainbow Warrior leave the Cherbourg marine weapons base after been set free in France October 4, 2004. Three members of Greenpeace was arrested yesterday after being caught in a restricted zone during a demonstration against the arrival in Cherbourg of two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTRCG39
October 04, 2004
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base after been...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base.
Greenpeace activist French skipper Eugene Riguidel leaves the Cherbourg marine weapons base after been set free in France October 4, 2004. Three members of Greenpeace was arrested yesterday after being caught in a restricted zone during a demonstration against the arrival in Cherbourg of two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern French port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli JNA/ACM
GREENPEACE
RTXMYOF
October 02, 2004
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by Greenpeace...
Cherbourg, France
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by .....
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by Greenpeace activists near Cherbourg, France October 2, 2004. [Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, left the United States for Cherbourg on September 20 transporting weapons-grade plutonium for reprocessing in France.]
FRANCE
RTRCBS4
October 02, 2004
Vehicles drive past demonstrating Greenpeace anti-nuclear activists on a road from Cherbourg and the...
Cherbourg, France
Vehicles drive past a Greenpeace anti-nuclear demonstration in Cherbourg.
Vehicles drive past demonstrating Greenpeace anti-nuclear activists on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant at La Hague, October 2, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the U.S. September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/SM
FRANCE
RTRCBRV
October 02, 2004
Greenpeace windsurfers stage an anti-nuclear protest in Cherbourg harbour October 2, 2004. Two ships,...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace windsurfers stage anti-nuclear protest in Cherbourg harbour.
Greenpeace windsurfers stage an anti-nuclear protest in Cherbourg harbour October 2, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the U.S. September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The slogan on the banner they are transporting reads: The Quest - Do away with Nuclear! REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/SM
FRANCE
RTRCBRN
October 02, 2004
French gendarmes (rear) shadow Greenpeace activists in inflatable boats during an anti-nuclear protest...
Cherbourg, France
French gendarmes shadow Greenpeace activists during anti-nuclear protest in Cherbourg harbour.
French gendarmes (rear) shadow Greenpeace activists in inflatable boats during an anti-nuclear protest in Cherbourg harbour October 2, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the U.S. September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS
FRANCE
RTRCAWN
October 02, 2004
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by Greenpeace...
Cherbourg, France
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by ......
Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by Greenpeace activists near Cherbourg. Vehicles drive past a roadside sign reading 'No' to the military nuclear cargo, during a protest by Greenpeace activists near Cherbourg, France October 2, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, left the United States for Cherbourg on September 20 transporting weapons-grade plutonium for reprocessing in France. REUTERS/Victor Tonelli
FRANCE
RTXMYLW
October 01, 2004
Greenpeace activists with a banner which reads 'Stop Plutonium' on their boat, sail from the port of...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists with a banner which reads 'Stop Plutonium' on their boat, sail from the port of.....
Greenpeace activists with a banner which reads 'Stop Plutonium' on their boat, sail from the port of Cherbourg October1, 2004. The activists boat is a part of the citizen's flotilla to protest against the plutonium transported by ship between [United States] and Cherbourg port. [Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutonium, left the U.S. On September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. ]
FRANCE
RTXMYLV
October 01, 2004
A auto drives past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists...
Cherbourg, France
A auto drives past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists.....
A auto drives past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant at La Hague, October 1, 2004. [Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg.]
FRANCE
RTRC9DU
October 01, 2004
Greenpeace activists with a banner which reads 'Stop Plutonium' on their boat, sail from the port of...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists sail ships in citizen's flotilla protest from Cherbourg harbour.
Greenpeace activists with a banner which reads 'Stop Plutonium' on their boat, sail from the port of Cherbourg October1, 2004. The activists boat is a part of the citizen's flotilla to protest against the plutonium transported by ship between United States and Cherbourg port. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium, left the U.S. On September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS/ABP
FRANCE
RTRC99G
October 01, 2004
Vehicles drive past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists...
Cherbourg, France
Vehicles drive past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace ...
Vehicles drive past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists near Cherbourg. Vehicles drive past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant at La Hague, October 1, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
FRANCE
RTRC98I
October 01, 2004
A auto drives past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists installed an inflatable 'nuclear bomb' during a protest.
A auto drives past a roadside inflatable 'nuclear bomb' as part of a protest by Greenpeace activists on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant at La Hague, October 1, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS
FRANCE
RTXMYPQ
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists roll barells painted with the radioactive warning symbol as they prepare a mock...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists roll barells painted with the radioactive warning symbol as they prepare a mock.....
Greenpeace activists roll barells painted with the radioactive warning symbol as they prepare a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France.
FRANCE
RTXMYPP
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest on a road from Cherbourg and...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest on a road from Cherbourg .....
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg.
FRANCE
RTXMYPO
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic inflated nuclear bomb at a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic inflated nuclear bomb at a mock checkpoint on a road from Ch.....
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic inflated nuclear bomb at a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of [weapons]-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France.
FRANCE
RTRC95K
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable 'nuclear bomb' during a protest. Greenpeace activists install...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable 'nuclear bomb' during a protest.
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable 'nuclear bomb' during a protest. Greenpeace activists install an inflatable 'nuclear bomb' during a protest on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/THI
FRANCE
RTRC5M5
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic inflated nuclear bomb at a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic bomb at a mock checkpoint outside port in Cherbourg.
Greenpeace activists prepare a symbolic inflated nuclear bomb at a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS/THI
FRANCE
RTRC5LV
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists roll barells painted with the radioactive warning symbol as they prepare a mock...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists roll barrels at a mock checkpoint outside port in Cherbourg.
Greenpeace activists roll barells painted with the radioactive warning symbol as they prepare a mock checkpoint on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. The nuclear waste will be conditioned here before being transported from this Northwestern french port some 1200 kms by road to a plutonium fuel fabrication facility in Cadarache, Southern France. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS
FRANCE
RTRC5JF
September 30, 2004
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest on a road from Cherbourg and...
Cherbourg, France
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest.
Greenpeace activists install an inflatable "nuclear bomb" during a protest on a road from Cherbourg and the COGEMA nuclear reprocessing plant of La Hague, September 30, 2004. Two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, transporting 140 kg of weapons-grade plutomium, left the US September 20 and are soon due to arrive in Cherbourg. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol PR/JS
BRITAIN
RTRCAHT
September 20, 2004
Greenpeace vessel MV Esperanza searches for two ships carrying plutonium on the border of French and...
London, UK
Greenpeace vessel MV Esperanza searches for two ships carrying plutonium on the border of French and...
Greenpeace vessel MV Esperanza searches for two ships carrying plutonium on the border of French and UK waters. The Greenpeace vessel MV Esperanza searches for two ships, the Pacific Teal and the Pacific Pintail, on the border of French and UK waters between Guernsey and Start Point, October 1, 2004. The two ships left the U.S. on September 20, 2004 to transport 140 kg of weapons-grade plutonium to the port of Cherbourg in France. Picture taken October 1, 2004. REUTERS/Barry Batchelor/Pool
INDIA
RTR62QV
November 01, 2003
A female Pintail spreads her wings at New Delhi's zoo, November 1,
2003. The pintail, one of the species...
New Delhi, Republic of India
PINTAIL SPREADS HER WINGS AT NEW DELHI ZOO.
A female Pintail spreads her wings at New Delhi's zoo, November 1,
2003. The pintail, one of the species of the duck family, migrates from
Siberia covering thousands of miles during the Indian winter for
breeding. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/B. Mathur
KK/TW
INDIA
RTR62QB
November 01, 2003
A female Pintail spreads her wings at New Delhi's zoo, November 1,
2003. The pintail, one of the species...
New Delhi, Republic of India
PINTAIL SPREADS HER WINGS AT NEW DELHI ZOO.
A female Pintail spreads her wings at New Delhi's zoo, November 1,
2003. The pintail, one of the species of the duck family, migrates from
Siberia covering thousands of miles during the Indian winter for
breeding. REUTERS/Roy B. Mathur

KK/TW
BRITAIN
RTXLISG
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down.....
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific [Teal] and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their after a controversial two-month journey from [Japan]. [Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.]
BRITAIN
RTXLISF
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down.....
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific [Teal] and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their after a controversial two-month journey from [Japan]. [Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.]
BRITAIN
RTXLISE
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down.....
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific [Teal] and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their after a controversial two-month journey from [Japan]. [Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.]
BRITAIN
RTXLIO0
September 17, 2002
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific...
Barrow, UK
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific.....
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail at Barrow-In-Furness dock September 17, 2002. [A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they arrived after a controversial two-month journey from Japan.] Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
BRITAIN
RTXLINZ
September 17, 2002
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September...
Barrow, UK
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield Sept.....
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September 17, 2002. [A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they arrived after a controversial two-month journey from Japan.] Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
BRITAIN
RTXLINY
September 17, 2002
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific...
Barrow, UK
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific.....
The cylinder containing nuclear waste is unloaded from the British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail at Barrow-In-Furness dock September 17, 2002. [A flotilla of boats led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they arrived after a controversial two-month journey from Japan.] Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRALAJ
September 17, 2002
ARMED POLICE GUARD THE DOCK SIDE WHERE A CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR
WASTE WAS UNLOADED FROM THE PACIFIC...
Barrow, UK
ARMED POLICE GUARD THE DOCK SIDE WHERE A CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR
WASTE WAS UNLOADED FROM THE PACIFIC...
ARMED POLICE GUARD THE DOCK SIDE WHERE A CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR
WASTE WAS UNLOADED FROM THE PACIFIC PINTAIL IN BARROW.
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAL9J
September 17, 2002
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS...
Barrow, UK
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS...
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS IN BARROW.
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAL9E
September 17, 2002
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from
Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September...
Barrow, UK
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS TRANSPORTED BY RAIL FROM
BARROW-IN-FURNESS TO SELLAFIELD.
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from
Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats
led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group
Greenpeace circled Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail,
both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they arrived at their
destination after a controversial two-month journey from Japan.
Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland
feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and
plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on
the high seas. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/JMS/cmc
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAL97
September 17, 2002
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from
Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September...
Barrow, UK
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS TRANSPORTED BY RAIL FROM
BARROW-IN-FURNESS TO SELLAFIELD.
A cylinder containing nuclear waste is transported by rail from
Barrow-In-Furness to Sellafield September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats
led by the flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group
Greenpeace circled Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail,
both carrying shipments of nuclear waste, as they arrived at their
destination after a controversial two-month journey from Japan.
Environmentalists and national governments from New Zealand to Ireland
feared the cargo of potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and
plutonium oxide fuel - could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on
the high seas. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/JMS/cmc
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAL8Y
September 17, 2002
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS...
Barrow, UK
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS...
CYLINDER CONTAINING NUCLEAR WASTE IS UNLOADED FROM BRITISH NUCLEAR
FUELS SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AT DOCKS IN BARROW.
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAKR2
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTORS AND POLICE ESCORT BNFL SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL
INTO THE WALNEY CHANNEL AT BARROW....
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to
Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the
flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled
Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying
shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their destination after a
controversial two-month journey from Japan. Environmentalists and
national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of
potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel
- could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA/WS
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAKBA
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTORS AND POLICE ESCORT BNFL SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL
INTO THE WALNEY CHANNEL AT BARROW....
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to
Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the
flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled
Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying
shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their destination after a
controversial two-month journey from Japan. Environmentalists and
national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of
potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel
- could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA/CLH/
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAKB1
September 17, 2002
An armed policeman stands guard on British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship
Pacific Pintail as she proceeds...
Barrow, UK
ARMED POLICE GUARD BNFL SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL AS SHE ENTERS THE WALNEY
CHANNEL AT BARROW.
An armed policeman stands guard on British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) ship
Pacific Pintail as she proceeds down the Walney channel to
Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the
flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled
Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying
shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their destination after a
controversial two-month journey from Japan. Environmentalists and
national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of
potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel
- could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAKAT
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTORS AND POLICE ESCORT BNFL SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL
INTO WALNEY CHANNEL AT BARROW.
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to
Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the
flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled
Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying
shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their destination after a
controversial two-month journey from Japan. Environmentalists and
national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of
potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel
- could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA
ENVIRONMENT BRITAIN NUCLEAR
RTRAKAJ
September 17, 2002
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down...
Barrow, UK
ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTORS AND POLICE ESCORT BNFL SHIP PACIFIC PINTAIL
INTO WALNEY CHANNEL AT BARROW.
Anti-nuclear protestors and police escort the British Nuclear Fuels
(BNFL) ship Pacific Pintail down the Walney channel to
Barrow-In-Furness, September 17, 2002. A flotilla of boats led by the
flagship Rainbow Warrior of the environmental group Greenpeace circled
Pacific Teal and her sister ship Pacific Pintail, both carrying
shipments of nuclear waste, as they neared their destination after a
controversial two-month journey from Japan. Environmentalists and
national governments from New Zealand to Ireland feared the cargo of
potentially weapons-usable MOX - mixed uranium and plutonium oxide fuel
- could prove an attractive booty to terrorists on the high seas.
REUTERS/Ian Hodgson

IH/ASA
RAINBOW WARRIOR
RTXLHG5
September 01, 2002
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior leads a peaceful protest against a cargo of rejected plutonium fuel...
Dublin, Ireland
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior leads a peaceful protest against a cargo of rejected plutonium f.....
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior leads a peaceful protest against a cargo of rejected plutonium fuel currently on route from Japan to Sellafield in the north of Britain, in Dublin Bay, Republic of Ireland September 1, 2002. The plutonium ships, Pacific Pintail and the Pacific Teal, are currently mid-south Atlantic and are expected to enter European waters in the first week of September.
IRELAND
RTR9OTR
September 01, 2002
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior leads a peaceful protest against a
cargo of rejected plutonium fuel...
Dublin, Ireland
GREENPEACE SHIP RAINBOW WARRIOR LEADS A PEACEFULL PROTEST IN DUBLIN
BAY.
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior leads a peaceful protest against a
cargo of rejected plutonium fuel currently on route from Japan to
Sellafield in the north of Britain, in Dublin Bay, Republic of Ireland
September 1, 2002. The plutonium ships, Pacific Pintail and the Pacific
Teal, are currently mid-south Atlantic and are expected to enter
European waters in the first week of September. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/NMB
IRELAND
RTR9IQ0
August 28, 2002
A crew member of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior walks past one of
their banners while docked in...
Dublin, Ireland
CREW MEMBER OF GREENPEACE SHIP RAINBOW WARRIOR WALKS PAST BANNER WHILE
DOCKED IN DUBLIN.
A crew member of the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior walks past one of
their banners while docked in Dublin, August 28, 2002. Greenpeace
called on the Irish Goverment on Wednesday to ensure that a shipment of
rejected plutonium mixed oxide (MOX) fuel, heading for Sellafield in
the United Kingdom, does not enter Irish waters. The ships carrying the
plutonium, Pacific Pintail and Pacific Teal, are currently mid-south
Atlantic and are expected to enter European waters in the first week of
September. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/ASA/cmc
IRELAND
RTR9IO0
August 28, 2002
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior is seen docked in Dublin harbour on
August 28, 2002. Greenpeace...
Dublin, Ireland
THE GREENPEACE SHIP RAINBOW WARRIOR IS SEEN DOCKED IN DUBLIN HARBOUR.
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior is seen docked in Dublin harbour on
August 28, 2002. Greenpeace called on the Irish Goverment on Wednesday
to ensure that a shipment of rejected plutonium mixed oxide (MOX) fuel,
heading for Sellafield in the United Kingdom, does not enter Irish
waters. The ships carrying the plutonium, Pacific Pintail and Pacific
Teal, are currently mid-south Atlantic and are expected to enter
European waters in the first week of September. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/ASA/ah
IRELAND
RTR9IM6
August 28, 2002
Greenpeace representative Shaun Burnie speaks during a news conference
on board the Greenpeace ship...
Dublin, Ireland
GREENPEACE REPRESENTATIVE BURNIE TALKS TO THE MEDIA ON BOARD SHIP
RAINBOW WARRIOR IN DUBLIN.
Greenpeace representative Shaun Burnie speaks during a news conference
on board the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior while docked in Dublin on
August 28, 2002. Greenpeace called on the Irish Goverment on Wednesday
to ensure that a shipment of rejected plutonium mixed oxide (MOX) fuel,
heading for Sellafield in the United Kingdom, does not enter Irish
waters. The ships carrying the plutonium, Pacific Pintail and Pacific
Teal, are currently mid-south Atlantic and are expected to enter
European waters in the first week of September. REUTERS/Paul McErlane

PM/ASA/AH
ENVIRONMENT AUSTRALIA PROTEST
RTRF9E4
March 06, 2001
The Pacific Pintail, carrying nuclear fuel from France to Japan changed course to avoid a mid-ocean protest...
Tasman Sea, Australia
PACIFIC PINTAIL SHIP CARRYING NUCLEAR WASTE IN TASMAN SEA OF COAST OF AUSTRALIA.
The Pacific Pintail, carrying nuclear fuel from France to Japan changed course to avoid a mid-ocean protest flotilla as she sails through the Tasman Sea of the coast of Australia March 6, 2001. The first anti-nuclear protest fleet to sail into the South Pacific since the French nuclear testing at Mururoa atoll in 1995 claimed a high seas victory and vowed to return in greater numbers if the Pacific was used again as a "nuclear highway".

MDB/PB
SAFRICA NUCLEAR
RTRQS6X
August 13, 1999
FILE PHOTO TAKEN FEB97 - Armed nuclear transport ship, the Pacific Teal carries a cargo of chemical waste...
Cape Town, South Africa
FILE PHOTO OF WASTE CARRIER THE PACIFIC TEAL.
FILE PHOTO TAKEN FEB97 - Armed nuclear transport ship, the Pacific Teal carries a cargo of chemical waste off the South African coast in this February 1997 file photo. Environmental groupings are staging protests world-wide against the vessel, and it's sister ship the Pacific Pintail. The ships are currently believed to be off the Cape of Good Hope en route from France to Japan carrying highly toxic nuclear fuel pellets.

MH/FMS
PANAMA
RTXHCQA
August 09, 1997
The Pacific Pintail, a nuclear waste transport ship, leaves Pedro Miguel's locks in Panama City August...
The Pacific Pintail, a nuclear waste transport ship, leaves Pedro Miguel's locks in Panama City Augu.....
The Pacific Pintail, a nuclear waste transport ship, leaves Pedro Miguel's locks in Panama City August 9 on his way to reprocessing plants in France and Britain. The cargo of spent nuclear fuel, loaded in four containers aboard, came from Hokuriku Electric Power Co Inc's in Japan.
NUCLEAR SHIP
RTXG39G
April 26, 1995
British freighter Pacific Pintail, carrying a controversial 14-tonne cargo of highly radioactive waste,...
British freighter Pacific Pintail, carrying a controversial 14-tonne cargo of highly radioactive was.....
British freighter Pacific Pintail, carrying a controversial 14-tonne cargo of highly radioactive waste, is escorted by tug boats as it sails into Mutsu Ogawara port in Rokkasho, northern Japan April 26, one day later than scheduled after being blocked entry in a stand-off between the local governor and the government over storage of the nuclear waste
NUCLEAR SHIP
RTXG39F
April 26, 1995
British freighter Pacific Pintail is anchored at Mutsu Ogawara port upon arrival, with its controversial...
British freighter Pacific Pintail is anchored at Mutsu Ogawara port upon arrival, with its controver.....
British freighter Pacific Pintail is anchored at Mutsu Ogawara port upon arrival, with its controversial 14-tonne cargo of highly radioactive waste, as cold rain covers the northern Japanese village of Rokkasho April 26
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