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Immigration
Immigration 
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25 PICTURES 
AUSTRALIA
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July 10, 2002 
A sign marks the interview facility at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near Port... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
A sign marks the interview facility at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near P..... 
A sign marks the interview facility at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near Port Augusta July 10, 2002.[As Australia grapples with a wave of mostly Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum seekers, it is preparing to replace an older facility with the 1200 person camp near the Great Australian Bite.] 
AUSTRALIA
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July 10, 2002 
A secruity guard keeps watch outside one of the compounds at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
A secruity guard keeps watch outside one of the compounds at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Pr..... 
A secruity guard keeps watch outside one of the compounds at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near Port Augusta July 10, 2002. [As Australia grapples with a wave of mostly Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum seekers, it is preparing to replace an older facility with the 1200 person camp near the Great Australian Bite.] 
IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA
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July 10, 2002 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK GESTURES AT BAXTER
IMMIGRATION RECEPTION AND PROCESSING... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK GESTURES AT BAXTER
IMMIGRATION RECEPTION AND ... 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK GESTURES AT BAXTER
IMMIGRATION RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE IN PORT AUGUSTA.


Australian Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock invites the media to
follow him as he inspects the Baxter Immigration Reception and
Processing Centre near Port Augusta July 10, 2002. As Australia
grapples with a wave of mostly Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum
seekers, it is preparing to replace an older facility with the 1200
person camp near the Great Australian Bite. REUTERS/Mark Baker 
IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA
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July 10, 2002 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING ... 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE IN PORT AUGUSTA.


Australian Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock inspects a dining room
at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near Port
Augusta July 10, 2002. As Australia grapples with a wave of mostly
Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum seekers, it is preparing to replace an
older facility with the 1200 person camp near the Great Australian
Bite. REUTERS/Mark Baker 
IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA
RTR7FFT 
July 10, 2002 
A sign marks the interview facility at the Baxter Immigration Reception
and Processing Centre near Port... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
INTERVIEW COMPOUND AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION RECEPTION AND PROCESSING
CENTRE IN PORT AUGUSTA. 
A sign marks the interview facility at the Baxter Immigration Reception
and Processing Centre near Port Augusta July 10, 2002. As Australia
grapples with a wave of mostly Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum
seekers, it is preparing to replace an older facility with the 1200
person camp near the Great Australian Bite. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA
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July 10, 2002 
A SECURITY GUARD KEEPS WATCH OUTSIDE COMPOUND AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
A SECURITY GUARD KEEPS WATCH OUTSIDE COMPOUND AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING ... 
A SECURITY GUARD KEEPS WATCH OUTSIDE COMPOUND AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE IN PORT AUGUSTA.


A secruity guard keeps watch outside one of the compounds at the Baxter
Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near Port Augusta July 10,
2002. As Australia grapples with a wave of mostly Afghan and Middle
Eastern asylum seekers, it is preparing to replace an older facility
with the 1200 person camp near the Great Australian Bite. REUTERS/Mark
Baker 
IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA
RTR7FF6 
July 10, 2002 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE... 
Port Augusta, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING ... 
AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION MINISTER PHILIP RUDDOCK AT BAXTER IMMIGRATION
RECEPTION AND PROCESSING CENTRE IN PORT AUGUSTA.


Australian Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock sits on a childrens
slide at the Baxter Immigration Reception and Processing Centre near
Port Augusta July 10, 2002. As Australia grapples with a wave of mostly
Afghan and Middle Eastern asylum seekers, it is preparing to replace an
older facility with the 1200 person camp near the Great Australian
Bite. REUTERS/Mark Baker 
RUDDOCK
RTXL78C 
April 11, 2002 
Australian Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock speaks during a news conference in Sydney April 11,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australian Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock speaks during a news conference in Sydney April 1..... 
Australian Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock speaks during a news conference in Sydney April 11, 2002. [Ruddock announced the outcome of a Government review of mainland immigration detention facilities, which included the scaling down of the use of the Woomera Detention Centre in outback South Australia, and the opening of a new facility near the town of Port Augusta and another in the northern city of Darwin. Ruddock added that certain factors influenced the review including declining numbers of unauthorised boat arrivals, aging infrastructure and the apparent changing profile of those remaining in detention.] 
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRATION
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April 11, 2002 
Australian Federal Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock is seen
through the viewfinder of a television... 
Sydney, Australia 
MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION SPEAKS DURING MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Australian Federal Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock is seen
through the viewfinder of a television camera during a media conference
in Sydney April 11, 2002. Ruddock announced the outcome of a government
review of mainland immigration detention facilities, which included the
scaling down of the use of the Woomera Detention Centre in outback
South Australia, and the opening of a new facility near the town of
Port Augusta and another in the northern capital city of Darwin.
REUTERS/David Gray

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AUSTRALIA IMMIGRATION
RTR3IZT 
April 11, 2002 
Australian Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock speaks during a news
conference in Sydney April 11,... 
Sydney, Australia 
MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION RUDDOCK SPEAKS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN
SYDNEY. 
Australian Minister for Immigration Philip Ruddock speaks during a news
conference in Sydney April 11, 2002. Ruddock announced the outcome of a
Government review of mainland immigration detention facilities, which
included the scaling down of the use of the Woomera Detention Centre in
outback South Australia, and the opening of a new facility near the
town of Port Augusta and another in the northern city of Darwin.
Ruddock added that certain factors influenced the review including
declining numbers of unauthorised boat arrivals, aging infrastructure
and the apparent changing profile of those remaining in detention.
REUTERS/David Gray

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TURKEY TANKER
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December 06, 1999 
TRANSPORT-TURKEY-TANKER:ISTANBUL,6DEC99-People fishing along the Bosphorus watch a giant Jullietta tanker... 
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey 
MALTESE-FLAGGED TANKER RUNS AGROUND OFF ISTANBUL. 
TRANSPORT-TURKEY-TANKER:ISTANBUL,6DEC99-People fishing along the Bosphorus watch a giant Jullietta tanker sailing through Istanbul's narrow waterway December 5. There are strong environmental concerns in Turkey about the high volume of tanker traffic which passes through the Istanbul's straits. A Maltese-flagged tanker carrying crude oil from Russia to Italy ran aground in Marmara Sea off Istanbul December 6. The vessel, Histria Seatide, was grounded as it entered the Marmara Sea from the narrow Bosphorus Strait. It was carrying crude oil from Russia's Novorossiisk port to Augusta in Italy. A port official said there were no immediate indications of any oil leakage on the vessel, which the crew were trying to free through their own efforts.

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TURKEY TANKER
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December 06, 1999 
TRANSPORT-TURKEY-TANKER:ISTANBUL,6DEC99-A Turkish police patrol boat approaches a Maltese-flagged tanker... 
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey 
MALTESE-FLAGGED TANKER RUNS AGROUND OFF ISTANBUL. 
TRANSPORT-TURKEY-TANKER:ISTANBUL,6DEC99-A Turkish police patrol boat approaches a Maltese-flagged tanker carrying crude oil from Russia to Italy after it ran aground in the Marmara Sea off Istanbul December 6. The vessel, Histria Seatide, was grounded as it entered the Marmara Sea from the narrow Bosphorus Strait. It was carrying crude oil from Russia's Novorossiisk port to Augusta in Italy. A port official said there were no immediate indications of any oil leakage on the vessel, which the crew were trying to free through their own efforts.

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TURKEY TANKER
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December 06, 1999 
A small boat sails past a Maltese-flagged tanker that was carrying crude oil from Russia to Italy and... 
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey 
MALTESE-FLAGGED TANKER RUNS AGROUND NEAR ISTANBUL. 
A small boat sails past a Maltese-flagged tanker that was carrying crude oil from Russia to Italy and ran aground in Marmara Sea off Istanbul December 6. The vessel, Histria Seatide, was grounded as it entered the Marmara Sea from the narrow Bosphorus Strait. It was carrying crude oil from Russia's Novorossiisk port to Augusta in Italy. A port official said there were no immediate indications of any oil leakage on the vessel, which the crew were trying to free through their own efforts.

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