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Prestige Oil Spill - 13 Nov 2013
39 PICTURES
SPAIN
RTR7B0D
November 19, 2003
Workers clean fuel oil off the rocks on 'Maruca' beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria on...
Santander, Spain
WORKERS CLEAN FUEL OIL OFF THE ROCKS ON 'MARUCA' BEACH IN THE SPANISH
NORTHERN REGION OF CANTABRIA.
Workers clean fuel oil off the rocks on 'Maruca' beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria on November 19, 2003. The stricken Bahamas
registered tanker 'Prestige', loaded with 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil,
ran into trouble November 13, 2002 spilling tonnes of oil into the sea
and finally sunk off northwestern Spain a year ago polluting hundreds
of kilometres of Spain's northern coastline. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
SPAIN
RTR7AY6
November 19, 2003
Workers clean fuel oil off the rocks on 'Maruca' beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria on...
Santander, Spain
WORKERS CLEAN FUEL OIL OFF THE ROCKS ON 'MARUCA' BEACH IN THE SPANISH
NORTHERN REGION OF CANTABRIA.
Workers clean fuel oil off the rocks on 'Maruca' beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria on November 19, 2003. The stricken Bahamas
registered tanker 'Prestige', loaded with 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil,
ran into trouble November 13, 2002 spilling tonnes of oil into the sea
and finally sunk off northwestern Spain a year ago polluting hundreds
of kilometres of Spain's northern coastline. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
SPAIN ANNIVERSARY PRESTIGE
RTR6U9S
November 13, 2003
A surfer walks over fuel stained rocks on a beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria November...
Santander, Spain
SURFER WALKS ON FUEL STAINED ROCKS IN SANTANDER COAST IN NORTHEN SPAIN.
A surfer walks over fuel stained rocks on a beach in the Spanish
northern region of Cantabria November 13, 2003. The stricken Bahamas
registered tanker "Prestige", loaded with 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil,
ran into trouble November 13, 2002 spilling tonnes of oil into the sea
and finally sunk off northwestern Spain November 19, 2002 polluting
hundreds of kilometres of Spain's northern coastline. REUTERS/Victor
Fraile

SP/JV
CRABS
RTXLX3E
April 18, 2003
A crab stained in fuel oil walks on the stained seafront promenade of Spain's northwestern coastal village...
Muxia, Spain
A crab stained in fuel oil walks on the stained seafront promenade of Spain's northwestern coastal v.....
A crab stained in fuel oil walks on the stained seafront promenade of Spain's northwestern coastal village of Muxia April 18, 2003. The Prestige, a Bahamanian-registered single-hull tanker, broke in two and sank some 270 kilometers (165 miles) off Spain last November 19, touching off the worst pollution ever on Spanish beaches. About 2000 volunteers arrived during their Easter holidays to help clean up the oil spill.
SPAIN
RTRM19G
April 18, 2003
Volunteers clean up fuel oil from on the stained rocks of Spain's
northwestern cape Tourinan April 18,...
Cape Touriqan, Spain - Kingdom of
VOLUNTEERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL FROM STAINED ROCKS AT SPANISH NORTHWESTERN
COAST.
Volunteers clean up fuel oil from on the stained rocks of Spain's
northwestern cape Tourinan April 18, 2003. The Prestige, a
Bahamanian-registered single-hull tanker, broke in two and sank some
270 kilometers (165 miles) off Spain last November 19, touching off the
worst pollution ever on Spanish beaches. About 2000 volunteers arrived
during their Easter holidays to help clean up the oil spill.
REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

AC
SPAIN
RTRM19B
April 18, 2003
A volunteer sprays pressurised water to clean fuel oil on the stained
seafront promenade of Spain's...
Muxia, Spain - Kingdom of
VOLUNTEER SPRAYS PRESSURIZED WATER TO CLEAN FUEL OIL AT SPANISH
NORTHWESTERN COAST.
A volunteer sprays pressurised water to clean fuel oil on the stained
seafront promenade of Spain's northwestern coastal village of Muxia
April 18, 2003. The Prestige, a Bahamanian-registered single-hull
tanker, broke in two and sank some 270 kilometers (165 miles) off Spain
last November 19, touching off the worst pollution ever on Spanish
beaches. About 2000 volunteers arrived during their Easter holidays to
help clean up the oil spill. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

AC
SPAIN
RTRM18W
April 18, 2003
A crab stained in fuel oil walks on the stained seafront promenade of
Spain's northwestern coastal village...
Muxia, Spain - Kingdom of
A CRAB STAINED WITH FUEL OIL WALKS OVER STAINED ROCKS IN MUXIA.
A crab stained in fuel oil walks on the stained seafront promenade of
Spain's northwestern coastal village of Muxia April 18, 2003. The
Prestige, a Bahamanian-registered single-hull tanker, broke in two and
sank some 270 kilometers (165 miles) off Spain last November 19,
touching off the worst pollution ever on Spanish beaches. About 2000
volunteers arrived during their Easter holidays to help clean up the
oil spill. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

AC
SPAIN
RTRM090
April 17, 2003
Two penitents walk past a huge banner reading "Never again" during the
procession of the 'Veracruz'...
Pontevedra, Spain - Kingdom of
PENITENTS WALK PAST A BANNER DURING HOLY WEEK PROCESSION IN PONTEVEDRA.
Two penitents walk past a huge banner reading "Never again" during the
procession of the 'Veracruz' brotherhood in Pontevedra, northern Spain
April 17, 2003. Hundreds of easter processions take place through Spain
during Holy Week around the clock drawing thousands of visitors. The
banner refers to the Prestige oil spill disaster. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

AC
ENVIRONMENT SPAIN PRESTIGE
RTRJA3Z
March 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams and cockles during the first fishing day in the
Vigo inlet following the oil...
Vigo, Spain
FISHERMEN COLLECT CLAMS AT THE VIGO INLET IN NORTWESTERN SPAIN.
Fishermen collect clams and cockles during the first fishing day in the
Vigo inlet following the oil spill which devastated Spain's
northwestern coast of Galicia March 3, 2003. The "Prestige", a
Bahamanian-registered single-hull tanker, broke in two and sank some
270 kilometers (165 miles) off Spain last November 19, touching off the
worst pollution ever on Spanish beaches and shutting down Europe's
largest fishing industry. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal REUTERS

SP/WS
ENVIRONMENT SPAIN PRESTIGE
RTRJA3S
March 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams and cockles during the first fishing day in the
Vigo inlet following an oil...
Vigo, Spain
FISHERMEN COLLECT CLAMS IN THE VIGO INLET IN NORTWESTERN SPAIN.
Fishermen collect clams and cockles during the first fishing day in the
Vigo inlet following an oil spill which devastated Spain's northwestern
coast of Galicia March 3, 2003. The "Prestige", a Bahamanian-registered
single-hull tanker, broke in two and sank some 270 kilometers (165
miles) off Spain last November 19, touching off the worst pollution
ever on Spanish beaches and shutting down Europe's largest fishing
industry. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

SP/WS
SPAIN
RTXLSNW
February 07, 2003
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in northern...
Monte, Spain
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in north.....
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the province of Santander in northern Spain February 7, 2003. The oil spill from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing spots - [the Basque coast of south-west France] - where cleanup workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet suits.
ENVIROMENT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHXFK
February 07, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO....
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 7, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West REUTERS

SP/WS
ENVIRONMENTAL SPAIN PRESTIGE
RTRHWXK
February 07, 2003
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the
province of Santander in northern...
Monte, Spain
WORKER CLEANS FUEL FROM STAINED ROCKS IN THE NORTHERN SPANISH COAST.
A worker cleans fuel from stained rocks on the La Maruca coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 7, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/ Victor Fraile REUTERS

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHWWT
February 06, 2003
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern...
Santander, Spain
A WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST.
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile REUTERS

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV59
February 06, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE.
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo in the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV2M
February 06, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO....
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHUTL
February 06, 2003
Workers clean fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern...
Santander, Spain
WORKERS CLEAN FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST IN THE
PROVINCE OF SANTANDER.
Workers clean fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHUTD
February 06, 2003
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern...
Santander, Spain
A WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON THE VIRGEN DEL MAR COAST.
A worker cleans fuel stained rocks on the Virgen del Mar coast in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 6, 2003. The oil spill
from the sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best
surfing spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup
workers in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers
in wet suits. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHTLY
February 05, 2003
A workers cleans up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the province of Santander in northern...
Santander, Spain - Kingdom of
A WORKER CLEANS UP FUEL OIL STAINED ALONG THE BERRIA BEACH IN THE PROVINCE OF SANTANDER.
A workers cleans up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the province of Santander in northern Spain February 5, 2003. 'Crown Resources', the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and Spanish beaches. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE NTRES REUTERS/Victor Fraile DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHT5B
February 05, 2003
Workers at Bakio beach in northern Spain prepare to clear fuel oil
February 5, 2003. 'Crown Resources',...
Bakio, Spain
WORKERS PREPARE TO CLEAR OIL POLLUTION FROM BAKIO BEACH IN NORTHERN
SPAIN.
Workers at Bakio beach in northern Spain prepare to clear fuel oil
February 5, 2003. 'Crown Resources', the metals and energy trader, is
suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank
off the coast of Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had
chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now
spilling on to French and Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB/JV
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHT52
February 05, 2003
Workers clean up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the
province of Santander in northern Spain...
Santander, Spain
WORKERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL STAINED ALONG THE BERRIA BEACH IN THE
PROVINCE OF SANTANDER.
Workers clean up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 5, 2003. 'Crown
Resources', the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHT49
February 05, 2003
Workers clean up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the
province of Santander in northern Spain...
Santander, Spain
WORKERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL STAINED ALONG THE BERRIA BEACH IN THE
PROVINCE OF SANTANDER.
Workers clean up fuel oil stained along the Berria beach in the
province of Santander in northern Spain February 5, 2003. 'Crown
Resources', the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHP50
February 05, 2003
A worker from a private cleaning company cleans fuel oil from San
Sebastian's La Concha beach as a fishing...
San Sebastian, Spain
WORKER CLEANS OIL POLLUTION FROM SAN SEBASTIAN'S LA CONCHA BEACH.
A worker from a private cleaning company cleans fuel oil from San
Sebastian's La Concha beach as a fishing boat cleans floating fuel oil
globs in the background February 5, 2003. 'Crown Resources', the metals
and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged
Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The
Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes
of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and Spanish beaches.
REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez

DB/JV
SPAIN
RTXLRYS
February 04, 2003
Workers tie a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling plant in...
Zierbena, Spain
Workers tie a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling plant in.....
Workers tie a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling plant in Zierbena on February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to [French] and Spanish beaches.
SPAIN
RTXLRYR
February 04, 2003
A worker empties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling plant...
Zierbena, Spain
A worker empties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling pla.....
A worker empties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque coast in a recycling plant in Zierbena on February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to [French] and Spanish beaches.
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHR66
February 04, 2003
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in northern Spain February...
Santander, Spain - Kingdom of
SOLDIERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL ON THE NOJA BEACH IN THE PROVINCE OF
SANTANDER.
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in northern Spain February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the
metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged
Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The
Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes
of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and Spanish beaches.
REUTERS/Victor Fraile Pictures of the month February 2003

DB/FMS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHR5H
February 04, 2003
Voluntary workers clear fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia...
Muxia, Spain - Kingdom of
VOLUNTARY WORKERS CLEAR FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
Voluntary workers clear fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

DB/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQJB
February 04, 2003
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in Northern Spain February...
Santander, Spain
SOLDIERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL ON THE NOJA BEACH IN SANTANDER.
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in Northern Spain February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the
metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged
Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The
Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes
of fuel oil which is now spilling onto French and Spanish beaches.
REUTERS/Victor Fraile

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQJ3
February 04, 2003
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in northern Spain February...
Santander, Spain
SOLDIERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL ON THE NOJA BEACH IN THE PROVINCE OF
SANTANDER.
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of
Santander in northern Spain February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the
metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged
Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The
Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes
of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and Spanish beaches.
REUTERS/Victor Fraile REUTERS

DB/FMS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQIP
February 04, 2003
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of Santander in northern Spain February...
Santander, Spain
SOLDIERS CLEAN UP FUEL OIL ON THE NOJA BEACH IN THE PROVINCE OF SANTANDER.
Soldiers clean up fuel oil on the Noja beach in the province of Santander in northern Spain February 4, 2003. "Crown Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and Spanish beaches. NTRES REUTERS/Victor Fraile REUTERS DB/FMS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQDF
February 04, 2003
A worker empties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the
Basque coast in a recycling plant...
Zierbena, Spain
A WORKER EMPTIES A SACK FULL OF SOLIDIFIED FUEL OIL COLLECTED ON THE
BASQUE COAST IN A RECYCLING PLANT....
A worker empties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the
Basque coast in a recycling plant in Zierbena on February 4, 2003.
"Crown Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of
the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of
Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige
to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French
and Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Vincent West REUTERS

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQD9
February 04, 2003
A worker ties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the
Basque coast in a recycling plant...
Zierbena, Spain
A WORKER TIES SACK OF SOLIDIFIED FUEL OIL COLLECTED ON THE BASQUE COAST
IN A RECYCLING PLANT.
A worker ties a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the
Basque coast in a recycling plant in Zierbena on February 4, 2003.
"Crown Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of
the Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of
Spain in November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige
to carry 77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French
and Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Vincent West REUTERS

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQD1
February 04, 2003
Workers tie a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque
coast in a recycling plant in...
Zierbena, Spain
WORKERS TIE SACK OF SOLIDIFIED FUEL OIL COLLECTED ON THE BASQUE COAST
IN A RECYCLING PLANT.
Workers tie a sack full of solidified fuel oil collected on the Basque
coast in a recycling plant in Zierbena on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB/CRB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQ2L
February 04, 2003
Voluntary workers clear fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
VOLUNTARY WORKERS CLEAR FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
Voluntary workers clear fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

DB/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQ25
February 04, 2003
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
A VOLUNTARY WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

DB/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQ1C
February 04, 2003
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
A VOLUNTARY WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

DB/WS
TRANSPORT
RTRHQ15
February 04, 2003
Voluntary workers walk among fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near...
Muxia, Spain
VOLUNTARY WORKERS WALK AMONG FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
Voluntary workers walk among fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal REUTERS

DB/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHQ0R
February 04, 2003
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
A VOLUNTARY WORKER CLEANS FUEL STAINED ROCKS ON SPAIN'S DEVASTATED
NORTH-WEST ATLANTIC COAST.
A voluntary worker cleans fuel stained rocks on Spain's devastated
North-West Atlantic coast near Muxia on February 4, 2003. "Crown
Resources", the metals and energy trader, is suing the owners of the
Bahamanian-flagged Prestige tanker which sank off the coast of Spain in
November. The Swiss-based company had chartered the Prestige to carry
77,000 tonnes of fuel oil which is now spilling on to French and
Spanish beaches. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

DB/WS
SPAIN
RTXLRNE
February 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the Spanish northwestern region of Galicia...
Pontevedra, Spain
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the Spanish northwestern region of .....
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the Spanish northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The fishermen were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing as a result of the fuel oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker "Prestige" last November.
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHP6E
February 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
Spain's northwestern region of Galicia...
Pontevedra, Spain - Kingdom of
FISHERMEN COLLECT CLAMS IN PONTEVEDRA INLET IN SPAIN'S NORTHWESTERN
REGION OF GALICIA.
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
Spain's northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The fishermen
were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing after the fuel
oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker "Prestige" last
November. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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SPAIN
RTRHNU3
February 03, 2003
A fisherwoman collects clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
the Spanish northwestern region...
Pontevedra, Spain
A FISHERWOMAN COLLECTS CLAMS IN PONTEVEDRA INLET IN SPAIN'S
NORTHWESTERN REGION OF GALICIA.
A fisherwoman collects clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
the Spanish northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The
fishermen were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing as a
result of the fuel oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker
"Prestige" last November. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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SPAIN
RTRHNTS
February 03, 2003
Fisherwomen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the
Spanish northwestern region of...
Pontevedra, Spain
FISHERWOMEN COLLECT CLAMS IN PONTEVEDRA INLET IN SPAIN'S NORTHWESTERN
REGION OF GALICIA.
Fisherwomen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the
Spanish northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The fishermen
were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing as a result of
the fuel oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker "Prestige"
last November. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHNTH
February 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
Spain's northwestern region of Galicia...
Pontevedra, Spain
FISHERMEN COLLECT CLAMS IN PONTEVEDRA INLET IN SPAIN'S NORTHWESTERN
REGION OF GALICIA.
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in
Spain's northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The fishermen
were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing after the fuel
oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker "Prestige" last
November. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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SPAIN
RTRHNT9
February 03, 2003
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the
Spanish northwestern region of...
Pontevedra, Spain
FISHERMEN COLLECT CLAMS IN PONTEVEDRA INLET IN SPAIN'S NORTHWESTERN
REGION OF GALICIA.
Fishermen collect clams in the waters of the Pontevedra inlet in the
Spanish northwestern region of Galicia February 3, 2003. The fishermen
were back at work following the ban on seafood fishing as a result of
the fuel oil spill from the sunken Bahamas-registered tanker "Prestige"
last November. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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SPAIN
RTXLR1U
January 30, 2003
Two stained volunteers carry a bucket filled of fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker on a...
Muxia, Spain
Two stained volunteers carry a bucket filled of fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker on a.....
Two stained volunteers carry a bucket filled of fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker on a beack near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast on January 30, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work.
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHGQ8
January 30, 2003
A group of volunteers clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil
tanker on stained rocks near...
Muxia, Spain
VOLUNTEERS CLEAN UP STAINED ROCKS IN THE SPANISH COASTAL VILLAGE OF
MUXIA.
A group of volunteers clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil
tanker on stained rocks near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's
devastated North West Atlantic coast January 30, 2003. The aging,
single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November
2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's
worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of
coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel
Vidal

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TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHGPL
January 30, 2003
Two stained volunteers carry a bucket filled of fuel oil spilled from
the "Prestige" oil tanker on a...
Muxia, Spain
VOLUNTEERS CARRY A BUCKET FILLED OF FUEL OIL IN THE SPANISH COASTAL
VILLAGE OF MUXIA.
Two stained volunteers carry a bucket filled of fuel oil spilled from
the "Prestige" oil tanker on a beach near the coastal town of Muxia on
Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast on January 30, 2003. The
aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in
November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing
Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles
of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel
Vidal

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHGPC
January 30, 2003
A group of soldiers and volunteers clean up fuel oil spilled from the
"Prestige" oil tanker on stained...
Muxia, Spain
SOLDIERS AND VOLUNTEERS CLEAN UP STAINED ROCKS IN THE SPANISH COASTAL
VILLAGE OF MUXIA.
A group of soldiers and volunteers clean up fuel oil spilled from the
"Prestige" oil tanker on stained rocks near the coastal town of Muxia
on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast on January 30, 2003.
The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in
November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing
Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles
of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel
Vidal

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHGNY
January 30, 2003
A volunteer clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker on
stained rocks near the coastal...
Muxia, Spain
VOLUNTEER CLEANS UP STAINED ROCKS IN SPANISH COASTAL VILLAGE OF MUXIA.
A volunteer clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker on
stained rocks near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated
North West Atlantic coast January 30, 2003. The aging, single-hulled
tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000
tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever
ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and
putting thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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SPAIN
RTXLRBT
January 27, 2003
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the...
Muxia, Spain
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the.....
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work.
SPAIN OIL SPILL
RTR1FA3M
January 27, 2003
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the...
Muxia, Spain
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near Muxia...
A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of work. Pictures of the Year 2003. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Also see image: RP3DRIKQTXAA
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH9SK
January 27, 2003
Soldiers clear fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the
coastal town of Muxia on Spain's...
Muxia, Spain
SOLDIERS CLEAR FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR THE
COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.
Soldiers clear fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near the
coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic coast
on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered off the
coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil
on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological disaster, contaminating
hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of fishermen out of
work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal REUTERS

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH9SF
January 27, 2003
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE"
OIL TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN...
Muxia, Spain
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE"
OIL TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL ......
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE"
OIL TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH9R3
January 27, 2003
Two soldier clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker
near the coastal town of Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
TWO SOLDIERS CLEAR FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR
THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.
Two soldier clean up fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker
near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West
Atlantic coast on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker
foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes
of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological
disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting
thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH9NK
January 27, 2003
A soldier clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near
the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's...
Muxia, Spain
A SOLDIER CLEARS FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR
THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.
A soldier clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker near
the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West Atlantic
coast on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker foundered
off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes of heavy
fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological disaster,
contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of
fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal REUTERS

SP
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH9N7
January 27, 2003
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL
TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN...
Muxia, Spain
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE"
OIL TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL ......
SOLDIERS FORM A LINE TO CLEAN UP FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL
TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.

A group of soldiers form a line to clean up fuel oil spilled from the
"Prestige" oil tanker near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated
North West Atlantic coast on January 27, 2003. The aging, single-hulled
tanker foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000
tonnes of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological
disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting thousands of
fishermen out of work. Pictures of the Year 2003 REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH8WO
January 26, 2003
Voluntary workers clear fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker
near the coastal town of Muxia...
Muxia, Spain - Kingdom of
VOLUNTARY WORKERS CLEAR FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER
NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA....
Voluntary workers clear fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil tanker
near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West
Atlantic coast on January 26, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker
foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes
of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological
disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting
thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH8NP
January 26, 2003
A VOLUNTARY WORKER JUMPS ON CLIFFS STAINED WITH FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM
THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR...
Muxia, Spain
A VOLUNTARY WORKER JUMPS ON CLIFFS STAINED WITH FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM
THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR...
A VOLUNTARY WORKER JUMPS ON CLIFFS STAINED WITH FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM
THE "PRESTIGE" OIL TANKER NEAR COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA.
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRH8N5
January 26, 2003
A voluntary worker clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil
tanker near the coastal town of Muxia...
Muxia, Spain
A VOLUNTARY WORKER CLEARS FUEL OIL SPILLED FROM THE "PRESTIGE" OIL
TANKER NEAR THE COASTAL TOWN OF MUXIA....
A voluntary worker clears fuel oil spilled from the "Prestige" oil
tanker near the coastal town of Muxia on Spain's devastated North West
Atlantic coast on January 26, 2003. The aging, single-hulled tanker
foundered off the coast of Galicia in November 2002 with 77,000 tonnes
of heavy fuel oil on board, causing Spain's worst ever ecological
disaster, contaminating hundreds of miles of coast and putting
thousands of fishermen out of work. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal

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