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INDIA-TRUCK/ACCIDENT
RTS1MDU2
March 06, 2018
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH People move the body of a victim, who...
BHAVNAGAR, India
People move the body of a victim, who died in an accident after a truck carrying wedding party guests...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH People move the body of a victim, who died in an accident after a truck carrying wedding party guests plunged into a dry riverbed, into a vehicle after the post-mortem examination at a government hospital in a village in Bhavnagar district, in the western Indian state of Gujarat, India, March 6, 2018. REUTERS/Amit Dave
INDIA-TRUCK/ACCIDENT
RTS1MDU0
March 06, 2018
People move the body of a victim, who died in an accident after a truck carrying wedding party guests...
BHAVNAGAR, India
People move the body of a victim, who died in an accident after a truck carrying wedding party guests...
People move the body of a victim, who died in an accident after a truck carrying wedding party guests plunged into a dry riverbed, into a vehicle after the post-mortem examination at a government hospital in a village in Bhavnagar district, in the western Indian state of Gujarat, India, March 6, 2018. REUTERS/Amit Dave
EL SALVADOR-VIOLENCE/WIDERIMAGE
RTX23ECN
January 21, 2016
A forensic technician makes notes while performing an autopsy on a crime victim at the morgue of the...
San Salvador, El Salvador
The Wider Image: Death in San Salvador
A forensic technician makes notes while performing an autopsy on a crime victim at the morgue of the Forensic Institute in San Salvador, July 7, 2015. In El Salvador the number of homicides surged 70 percent last year, making the central American nation among the most violent countries in the world. Violence and murders have risen steadily since a 2012 truce between the two main street gangs began to fall apart. Months of reporting show killings in the suburbs of the capital, San Salvador, where powerful gangs known as maras control entire neighbourhoods. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas PICTURE 34 OF 35 - SEARCH "CABEZAS MURDER" FOR ALL IMAGES
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5TW
September 24, 2015
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Rosario, Argentina
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, Argentina September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5OC
September 24, 2015
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Rosario, Argentina
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-CRIME/
RTX1RSIG
September 22, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy...
Rosario, Argentina
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy at a morgue in Rosario, north of Buenos Aires
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy at a morgue in Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. Members of Argentina’s Gendarmerie took control of security in parts of the city last year after a spike in violence in drug-infested neighbourhoods. The local morgue reports a fall in homicides since April 2014, when the government sent its Gendarmerie to Rosario to provide law and order in areas of the city. Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
Crime
Crime
Koh Tao Murders - 23 Oct 2014
28 PICTURES
SAFRICA-RHINOS-TECH
RTR452L2
September 05, 2014
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed...
Pretoria, South Africa
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed...
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed for its horn by poachers at the Kruger national park in Mpumalanga province August 27, 2014. Rhino poachers in South Africa now risk giving themselves away when they shoot thanks to a high-tech, gunfire-detection system being piloted in the country's flagship Kruger National Park.The stakes are high, for rhinos are being slain in escalating numbers for their prized horns, alarming both conservationists and the government since wildlife in South Africa is an important tourist draw. Picture taken August 27, 2014. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS MEDIA)
USA-MISSOURI-SHOOTING/
RTR42UIW
August 18, 2014
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal...
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal to Michael Brown during a news conference in Ferguson, Missouri August 18, 2014. The family of Michael Brown, a teenager shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, paid for an independent autopsy which was carried out by Dr. Michael Baden, former chief medical examiner for the City of New York. REUTERS/Mark Kauzlarich (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NEPAL-AVALANCHE/
RTR38CJE
September 24, 2012
Bodies of foreign tourists recovered from the avalanche at Mount Manaslu are kept at the Tribhuvan University...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Bodies recovered from avalanche at Mount Manaslu are seen at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in...
Bodies of foreign tourists recovered from the avalanche at Mount Manaslu are kept at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for post-mortem examination in Kathmandu September 24, 2012. Nepali rescue helicopters searched on Monday for at least three foreign climbers missing on a Himalayan mountain after a weekend avalanche swept away camps and killed 11 people in the worst such disaster in nearly two decades. Seven French climbers were among the 11 victims of the avalanche that struck their camp on Mount Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest mountain at 8,163 metres (26,781 feet). Two German climbers and one each from Spain and Nepal also died. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
NEPAL-AVALANCHE/
RTR38CJD
September 24, 2012
Bodies of foreign tourists recovered from the avalanche at Mount Manaslu are kept at the Tribhuvan University...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Bodies recovered from avalanche at Mount Manaslu are seen at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in...
Bodies of foreign tourists recovered from the avalanche at Mount Manaslu are kept at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for post-mortem examination in Kathmandu September 24, 2012. Nepali rescue helicopters searched on Monday for at least three foreign climbers missing on a Himalayan mountain after a weekend avalanche swept away camps and killed 11 people in the worst such disaster in nearly two decades. Seven French climbers were among the 11 victims of the avalanche that struck their camp on Mount Manaslu, the world's eighth-highest mountain at 8,163 metres (26,781 feet). Two German climbers and one each from Spain and Nepal also died. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
SURINAME/
RTR2ZAIK
March 13, 2012
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit (L), Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname (C) and...
Paramaribo, Suriname
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit, Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname and Danish...
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit (L), Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname (C) and Danish Necrologist Trine Hammer-Jensen (R), take biometric data from a dead Costero dolphin during an autopsy in Suriname, in Paramaribo, March 13, 2012. The NGO named Green Heritage Fund Suriname has a program in which it collects information about dolphins as they are concerned with the effects of increasing oil exploration off the coast of neighboring Guyana, the organization said. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
NEPAL-CRASH
RTR2RTC0
September 25, 2011
The mother (C) of 19-year-old flight attendant Ashmita Shrestha breaks down as she waits for the body...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The mother of flight attendant Shrestha breaks down as she waits for her daughter's body at a hospital...
The mother (C) of 19-year-old flight attendant Ashmita Shrestha breaks down as she waits for the body of her daughter after it was taken for a post mortem examination at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu September 25, 2011. A small plane carrying foreign tourists to view Mount Everest crashed in bad weather near Nepal's capital Kathmandu on Sunday, killing all 19 people on board, officials said. Kathmandu Airport officials said there were 16 passengers and a crew of three on board the plane. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
NEPAL-CRASH
RTR2RTBX
September 24, 2011
The mother (L) of 19-year-old flight attendant Ashmita Shrestha breaks down as she waits for the body...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The mother of flight attendant Shrestha breaks down as she waits for her daughter's body at a hospital...
The mother (L) of 19-year-old flight attendant Ashmita Shrestha breaks down as she waits for the body of her daughter after it was taken for a post mortem examination at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu September 25, 2011. A small plane carrying foreign tourists to view Mount Everest crashed in bad weather near Nepal's capital Kathmandu on Sunday, killing all 19 people on board, officials said. Kathmandu Airport officials said there were 16 passengers and a crew of three on board the Beech aircraft, owned by Buddha Air
. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NEPAL
RTR2RFHJ
September 17, 2011
Hospital workers transport the body of French trekker Hugo Lechevallier, 22, for his funeral after a...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Hospital workers transport the body of French trekker Hugo Lechevallier for his funeral after a post-mortem...
Hospital workers transport the body of French trekker Hugo Lechevallier, 22, for his funeral after a post-mortem examination at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu September 17, 2011. Lechevallier, who went missing three weeks ago, had left his hotel in Jiri, 184 km (114 miles) east of Kathmandu, on August 24 to trek into the mountainous region known as the "Gateway to Everest". Search teams found his dead body in the remote village of Jhyaku on Wednesday, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (REUTERS - Tags: SOCIETY)
NEPAL/
RTR2NIJN
June 10, 2011
A hospital worker transports the body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A hospital worker transports the body of a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche to a hospital for...
A hospital worker transports the body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while attempting to scale Naya Kanga peak in Rashuwa district in north-central Nepal, to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for a post-mortem examination in Kathmandu June 10, 2011. Yoshida and her Nepalese trekking guide were killed on Sunday when they were swept away by an avalanche while trying to scale the 19,172-foot (5,844-metre) high Naya Kanga peak. REUTERS/Bikash Dware (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER)
NEPAL/
RTR2NIJM
June 10, 2011
The body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while attempting to scale Naya Kanga...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The body of a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while attempting to scale Naya Kanga Peak is brought...
The body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while attempting to scale Naya Kanga peak in Rashuwa district in north-central Nepal, is brought to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for a post-mortem examination in Kathmandu June 10, 2011. Yoshida and her Nepalese trekking guide were killed on Sunday when they were swept away by an avalanche while trying to scale the 19,172-foot (5,844-metre) high Naya Kanga peak. REUTERS/Bikash Dware (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER)
NEPAL/
RTR2NIJL
June 10, 2011
A hospital worker transports the body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A hospital worker transports the body of a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche to a hospital for...
A hospital worker transports the body of Masue Yoshida, a Japanese woman who died in an avalanche while attempting to scale Naya Kanga peak in Rashuwa district in north-central Nepal, to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital for a post-mortem examination in Kathmandu June 10, 2011. Yoshida and her Nepalese trekking guide were killed on Sunday when they were swept away by an avalanche while trying to scale the 19,172-foot (5,844-metre) high Naya Kanga peak. REUTERS/Bikash Dware (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER)
Entertainment
Entertainment
'Paris Hilton Autopsy' Sculpture in Brooklyn - 09 May 2007
5 PICTURES
News
News
Court and Medical Proceedings after Anna Nicole Smith's Death - 09 Feb 2007
30 PICTURES
ANNANICOLE/
RTR1M6JK
February 09, 2007
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida February 9, 2007....
Dania Beach, UNITED STATES
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida February 9, 2007. Dr. Joshua Perper will be performing an autopsy on entertainment celebrity Anna Nicole Smith who died suddenly on February 8. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
SRILANKA
RTR1G704
August 08, 2006
Policemen stand guard at a hospital entrance during the post-mortem examination of bodies of slain workers...
Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Policemen stand guard at a hospital entrance during the post-mortem examination of bodies of slain workers...
Policemen stand guard at a hospital entrance during the post-mortem examination of bodies of slain workers from the international aid agency Action Contre La Faim (ACF), in Trincomalee, August 8, 2006. Explosions sounded in Sri Lanka's east on Tuesday as fighting between military and Tamil Tigers over water supplies entered a 14th day, and aid workers planned the burials of 17 slain local staff. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
BIRDFLU SWITZERLAND
RTR1B5Z1
February 17, 2006
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology...
Zurich, Switzerland
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology...
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, February 17, 2006. Tests performed at the laboratory on ten dead birds found in Switzerland, six of them swans, have proved negative for all forms of bird flu, including the killer H5N1 virus. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher
DELHI BLASTS
RTR1AHQW
October 30, 2005
A body is wheeled into Safdarjung Hospital morgue after a post-mortem examination in New Delhi October...
New Delhi, India
Body wheeled into Safdarjung Hospital morgue after post-mortem examination in New Delhi
A body is wheeled into Safdarjung Hospital morgue after a post-mortem examination in New Delhi October 30, 2005. Indian police combed the sites of three powerful blasts in New Delhi on Sunday for clues to who carried out coordinated attacks that killed at least 57 people, just days before major Hindu and Muslim festivals. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan
BRITAIN
RTXLN31
November 20, 2002
Media and guests peer at a corpse after German Professor Gunther von Hagens performed a public autopsy...
London, UK
Media and guests peer at a corpse after German Professor Gunther von Hagens performed a public autop.....
Media and guests peer at a corpse after German Professor Gunther von Hagens performed a public autopsy on a 72 year old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20 2002. Von Hagens carried out the first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
VON HAGENS
RTXLN30
November 20, 2002
Germany Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72-year-old man at the Atlantis gallery...
London, UK
Germany Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72-year-old man at the Atlantis .....
Germany Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72-year-old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
BRITAIN
RTXLN2Z
November 20, 2002
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72 year old man in front of an...
London, UK
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72 year old man in front of an.....
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72 year old man in front of an audience at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
VON HAGENS
RTXLN2Y
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in Londo.....
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
VON HAGENS
RTXLN2X
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in Londo.....
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
BRITAIN
RTRE5K0
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens displays the brain after performing
a public autopsy on a 72-year-old...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN
LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens displays the brain after performing
a public autopsy on a 72-year-old man at the Atlantis gallery in London
November 20, 2002. Von Hagens carried out the first public post-mortem
examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened
with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November
19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/JMS/WS
BRITAIN
RTRE5IC
November 20, 2002
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72 year old man in front of an...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN
LONDON.
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72 year old man in front of an audience at the Atlantis gallery in
London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public
post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being
threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled
on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE5HM
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens shows the heart and lungs of a 72
year old man which he removed...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR VON HAGENS PERFORMS PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens shows the heart and lungs of a 72
year old man which he removed during a public autopsy at the Atlantis
gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the
first public post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s
despite being threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of
Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry
out the autopsy.

REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
RTRE5HG
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von
Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in
Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest
after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he
did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE5H9
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery...
London, UK
GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von
Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in
Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest
after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he
did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE5H1
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72-year-old man in front of an audience...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN
LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72-year-old man in front of an audience at the Atlantis gallery in
London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public
post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being
threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled
on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE5FC
November 20, 2002
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens (R) performs a public autopsy on
a 72 year old man in front of...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR VON HAGENS PERFORMS PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens (R) performs a public autopsy on
a 72 year old man in front of an audience at the Atlantis gallery in
London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public
post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being
threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled
on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTRE5EY
November 20, 2002
Germany Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72-year-old man at the Atlantis...
London, UK
GERMAN PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN
LONDON.
Germany Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72-year-old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002.
Von Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in
Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest
after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he
did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/JMS/WS
BRITAIN
RTRE5EF
November 20, 2002
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72 year old man in front of an...
London, UK
GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
Germany's Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a
72 year old man in front of an audience at the Atlantis gallery in
London November 20, 2002. Von Hagens is carrying out the first public
post-mortem examination in Great Britain since the 1830s despite being
threatened with arrest after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled
on November 19 that he did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE5E4
November 20, 2002
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery...
London, UK
GUNTHER VON HAGENS PERFORMS A PUBLIC AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German Professor Gunther von Hagens performs a public autopsy on a 72
year old man at the Atlantis gallery in London November 20, 2002. Von
Hagens is carrying out the first public post-mortem examination in
Great Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest
after Her Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he
did not have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD/JMS
BRITAIN
RTRE4WB
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS BEFORE PUBLIC
AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has
pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great
Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her
Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not
have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AA
BRITAIN
RTRE4W6
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS BEFORE PUBLIC
AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has
pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great
Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her
Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not
have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AA
BRITAIN
RTRE4UB
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS BEFORE PUBLIC
AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has
pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great
Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her
Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not
have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AA
BRITAIN
RTRE4TQ
November 20, 2002
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London,...
London, UK
PROFESSOR GUNTHER VON HAGENS POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS BEFORE PUBLIC
AUTOPSY IN LONDON.
German professor Gunther von Hagens poses for photographs before his
planned public autopsy in London, November 20, 2002. Von Hagens has
pledged to carry out the first public post-mortem examination in Great
Britain since the 1830s despite being threatened with arrest after Her
Majesty's Inspector of Anatomy ruled on November 19 that he did not
have a licence to carry out the autopsy. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AA
RTR5COR
July 10, 1997
Special forces police guard the morgue in Mexico City where the alleged remains of drug lord Amado Carrillo...
Mexico
MEXICAN SPECIAL FORCES GUARD MORGUE
Special forces police guard the morgue in Mexico City where the alleged remains of drug lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes are being held July 10. The morgue is bristling with security and each dead body to arrive is photographed by police as it enters and leaves the forensic institution. The Attorney General's office is expected to announce soon the results of DNA tests on the alleged body of Carrillo Fuentes, as well as the results of the post mortem examination.

MEXICO DRUGS CARRILLO
RTR5CON
July 10, 1997
Special forces police, one holding a Polaroid camera, check a coffin as it is taken into the police morgue...
Mexico
SPECIAL FORCES CHECK A COFFIN AS IT ENTERS THE MORGUE
Special forces police, one holding a Polaroid camera, check a coffin as it is taken into the police morgue in Mexico City where the alleged remains of drug lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes are being held July 10. The morgue is bristling with security and each dead body to arrive is photographed as it enters and leaves the forensic institution. The Attorney General's office is expected to announce soon the results of DNA tests on the alleged body of Carrillo Fuentes, as well as the results of the post mortem examination.

MEXICO DRUGS CARRILLO
RTRI6C
March 31, 1996
Bosnian Serbs watch as pathologists examine bodies disinterred at a mass grave believed to contain 200...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
CITIZENS LOOK AT PATHOLOGISTS EXAMINE BODIES AT MASS GRAVE IN MRKONJIC GRAD
Bosnian Serbs watch as pathologists examine bodies disinterred at a mass grave believed to contain 200 civilians and troops in central Bosnian town of Mrkonjic Grad March 30 handed over to Bosnian Serbs under Dayton agreement. The exhumation and post mortems are expected to last another ten days.

MASS GRAVE
RTRI3C
March 31, 1996
Bosnian Serbs watch March 30 pathologists examine bodies disinterred at a mass grave believed to contain...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
CITIZENS LOOK AT PATHOLOGISTS EXAMINE BODIES IN MRKONJIC GRAD
Bosnian Serbs watch March 30 pathologists examine bodies disinterred at a mass grave believed to contain 200 civilians and troops in the central Bosnian town of Mrkonjic Grad handed over to Bosnian Serbs under the Dayton agreement. The exhumation and post mortems are expected to last another ten days.

MASS GRAVE
RTRI38
March 31, 1996
Pathologists examine a body March 30 handed over to Bosnia Serbs under terms outlined in the Dayton peace...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
PATHOLOGISTS EXAMINE BODY IN BOSNIAN TOWN OF MRKONJIC
Pathologists examine a body March 30 handed over to Bosnia Serbs under terms outlined in the Dayton peace agreement. The body is believed to be one exhumed from a mass grave believed to have contained more than 200 civilians and troops in the central bosnian town of Mrkonjic Grad March 30. Exhumation and post mortems are expected to last a further ten days.

MASS GRAVE
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