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AIRBUS- A330/
RTS24QUF
November 06, 2018
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse, France,...
COLOMIERS, France
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse
An Airbus A330-800 aircraft flies during a flight event presentation in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, November 6, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
CONTINENTAL-RESULTS/
RTX50RFT
March 02, 2018
An employee puts a radar in the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer...
Ingolstadt, Germany
An employee puts a radar in the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer...
An employee puts a radar in the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer of automotive electronics, in Ingolstadt, Germany March 2, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
CONTINENTAL-RESULTS/
RTX50R99
March 02, 2018
An employee takes a radar for the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer...
Ingolstadt, Germany
An employee takes a radar for the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer...
An employee takes a radar for the final test station at Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, a manufacturer of automotive electronics, in Ingolstadt, Germany March 2, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
RUSSIA-REVOLUTION/MONUMENTS
RTS1I5N1
November 02, 2017
A ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station is seen near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. It...
Skrunda, Latvia
The Wider Image: Monuments of Lenin 100 years after Russian Revolution
A ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station is seen near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. It was the site of two Dnepr radar installations constructed in the 1960s and were strategically important to the Soviet Union as they covered Western Europe. Radar station was closed on 4 September 1998 and all materials of value were removed from the site and carried back to Russia when the last Russian troops left Latvia in 1998. All 60 buildings of the former complex and town, including apartment blocks, a school, barracks and an officers club, remained and were abandoned. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins SEARCH "REVOLUTION RUSSIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-CRIME/
RTX33G19
March 30, 2017
A sign prohibiting guns or knives is seen on the gate of an FAA radar station in Seattle, Washington,...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
A sign prohibiting guns or knives is seen on the gate of an FAA radar station in Seattle
A sign prohibiting guns or knives is seen on the gate of an FAA radar station in Seattle, Washington, U.S. February 11, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
Spotlight
Spotlight
Inside a Soviet ghost town
19 PICTURES
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX298AW
April 09, 2016
People listen to a guide (R) during the tour in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
People listen to a guide during the tour in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
People listen to a guide (R) during the tour in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2989G
April 09, 2016
People walk inside abandoned sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
People walk inside abandoned sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
People walk inside abandoned sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2989E
April 09, 2016
Soviet military notebook is seen on the floor of abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet...
Skrunda, Latvia
Soviet military notebook is seen on the floor of abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet...
Soviet military notebook is seen on the floor of abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2989C
April 09, 2016
A woman takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
Skrunda, Latvia
A woman takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
A woman takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2989B
April 09, 2016
People walk to the abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
People walk to the abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
People walk to the abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29897
April 09, 2016
A man looks in the map as he explores the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda,...
Skrunda, Latvia
A man looks in the map as he explores the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda...
A man looks in the map as he explores the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29896
April 09, 2016
A man takes a picture inside sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
A man takes a picture inside sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
A man takes a picture inside sports hall in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. The words on the wall reads in Russian "Victory starts here". REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29895
April 09, 2016
People walk past an abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
People walk past abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
People walk past an abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29894
April 09, 2016
An abandoned apartment house is seen through a broken window in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
Skrunda, Latvia
An abandoned apartment house is seen through broken window in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
An abandoned apartment house is seen through a broken window in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29893
April 09, 2016
A Soviet time newspaper in Russian is seen on the wall of abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a...
Skrunda, Latvia
A Soviet time newspaper in Russian is seen on the wall of abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a...
A Soviet time newspaper in Russian is seen on the wall of abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29890
April 09, 2016
A woman stands on a balcony of an abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
Skrunda, Latvia
A woman stands on a balcony of an abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
A woman stands on a balcony of an abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988Z
April 09, 2016
Women walk inside an abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near...
Skrunda, Latvia
Women walk inside an abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near...
Women walk inside an abandoned building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988Y
April 09, 2016
A woman looks at a map as she visits the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda,...
Skrunda, Latvia
A woman looks at a map as she visits the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda...
A woman looks at a map as she visits the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988W
April 09, 2016
A red curtain covers a broken window in an abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
Skrunda, Latvia
A red curtain covers broken window in an abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a former Soviet military...
A red curtain covers a broken window in an abandoned apartment in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988V
April 09, 2016
A woman walks inside an abandoned hospital building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
Skrunda, Latvia
A woman walks inside an abandoned hospital building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
A woman walks inside an abandoned hospital building in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988U
April 09, 2016
People walk past an abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
Skrunda, Latvia
People walk past abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station...
People walk past an abandoned apartment block in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2988S
April 09, 2016
Rusty plate with the street name is seen on the wall of an abandoned apartment house in the ghost town...
Skrunda, Latvia
Rusty plate with the street name is seen on the wall of abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of...
Rusty plate with the street name is seen on the wall of an abandoned apartment house in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX29881
April 09, 2016
A general view of the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April...
Skrunda, Latvia
A general view of the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda
A general view of the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LATTVIA-ODDLY/
RTX2987Y
April 09, 2016
A man takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
Skrunda, Latvia
A man takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar...
A man takes a picture inside Soviet propaganda room in the ghost town of a former Soviet military radar station near Skrunda, Latvia, April 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX1WS24
December 02, 2015
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland...
CHESEREX, Switzerland
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland December 1, 2015. The installation, 160m wide and 75m high with a linear length of about 800m, is attached every summer to the rocks under the radar station on top of the Dole summit (1677m - 5500 ft) by its instigator Stephane Richard and a team of 20 volunteers. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the installation that can be seen most clearly near Nyon between Lausanne and Geneva, it will be lit until January 6, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX1WS22
December 02, 2015
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland...
CHESEREX, Switzerland
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland December 1, 2015. The installation, 160m wide and 75m high with a linear length of about 800m, is attached every summer to the rocks under the radar station on top of the Dole summit (1677m - 5500 ft) by its instigator Stephane Richard and a team of 20 volunteers. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the installation that can be seen most clearly near Nyon between Lausanne and Geneva, it will be lit until January 6, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX1WS1I
December 02, 2015
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland...
CHESEREX, Switzerland
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland December 1, 2015. The installation, 160m wide and 75m high with a linear length of about 800m, is attached every summer to the rocks under the radar station on top of the Dole summit (1677m - 5500 ft) by its instigator Stephane Richard and a team of 20 volunteers. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the installation that can be seen most clearly near Nyon between Lausanne and Geneva, it will be lit until January 6, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-ODDLY/
RTX1WS1H
December 02, 2015
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland...
CHESEREX, Switzerland
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex
A Christmas decoration representing a shooting star is pictured under the Dole summit in Cheserex, Switzerland December 1, 2015. The installation, 160m wide and 75m high with a linear length of about 800m, is attached every summer to the rocks under the radar station on top of the Dole summit (1677m - 5500 ft) by its instigator Stephane Richard and a team of 20 volunteers. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the installation that can be seen most clearly near Nyon between Lausanne and Geneva, it will be lit until January 6, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
USA-ENVIRONMENT/CRAB
RTS48SW
October 13, 2015
Professional waterman Jeff Robinson uses radar to make his way onto the Choptank River to catch crabs...
CHOPTANK RIVER, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Crab-Catching Blues
Professional waterman Jeff Robinson uses radar to make his way onto the Choptank River to catch crabs near Cambridge, Maryland August 28, 2015. Robinson has teamed up with his friend Danny Richardson, who is recovering from double hernia surgery, to work the waters of the Chesapeake Bay this year. They move their boat up the bay as the season goes on in search of the best catch. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstPICTURE 4 OF 29 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "CRAB CATCHING BLUES"SEARCH "CRABS BLUES" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-MILITARY/DRONES
RTX1MMQD
August 01, 2015
The AN/TPS-59 air search radar system is used by Marines from the USMC Marine Air Control Squadron 1...
Oxnard, UNITED STATES
The AN/TPS-59 air search radar system use used by Marines from the USMC Marine Air Control Squadron 1...
The AN/TPS-59 air search radar system is used by Marines from the USMC Marine Air Control Squadron 1 to monitor and relays information in the Tactical Air Operations Center (TAOC) during "Black Dart", a live-fly, live fire demonstration of 55 unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, at Naval Base Ventura County Sea Range, Point Mugu, near Oxnard, California July 31, 2015. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
SPACE-SPACEX/LAUNCH
RTR4OV3E
February 09, 2015
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite...
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite as it lays horizontally on launch complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida February 9, 2015. Launch of the SpaceX rocket with a U.S. weather satellite bound for deep space was called off minutes before liftoff on Sunday due to a technical problem, officials said. Launch had been targeted for 6:10 p.m. EST (2310 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. But about 2.5 minutes before liftoff, a problem cropped up with an Air Force radar system needed to track the rocket in flight. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
SPACE-SPACEX/LAUNCH
RTR4OV36
February 09, 2015
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite...
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite as it lays horizontally on launch complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida February 9, 2015. Launch of the SpaceX rocket with a U.S. weather satellite bound for deep space was called off minutes before liftoff on Sunday due to a technical problem, officials said. Launch had been targeted for 6:10 p.m. EST (2310 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. But about 2.5 minutes before liftoff, a problem cropped up with an Air Force radar system needed to track the rocket in flight. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
SPACE-SPACEX/LAUNCH
RTR4OV2U
February 09, 2015
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite...
SpaceX workers examine the unmanned Falcon 9 rocket carrying NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite as it lays horizontally on launch complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida February 9, 2015. Launch of the SpaceX rocket with a U.S. weather satellite bound for deep space was called off minutes before liftoff on Sunday due to a technical problem, officials said. Launch had been targeted for 6:10 p.m. EST (2310 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. But about 2.5 minutes before liftoff, a problem cropped up with an Air Force radar system needed to track the rocket in flight. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
USA/
RTR3Y9VL
July 12, 2014
A full moon, known as "super moon", sets towards the western skies of Las Vegas, Nevada early Saturday...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A full moon, known as "super moon", sets towards the western skies of Las Vegas, Nevada
A full moon, known as "super moon", sets towards the western skies of Las Vegas, Nevada early Saturday morning July 12, 2014.
The astronomical event occurs when the moon is closest to the Earth in its orbit, making it appear much larger and brighter than usual.
REUTERS/Gene Blevins (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXYCZ6
April 08, 2013
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North Korea...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea in...
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in Paju, north of Seoul April 8, 2013. Pyongyang has shown no sign of preparing its 1.2 million-strong army for war, indicating the threats are partly intended for domestic purposes to bolster Kim Jong-Un, the third in his family dynasty to rule North Korea. South Korea's Defence Ministry says it believes new nuclear test is not imminent in North Korea. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXYCZ5
April 08, 2013
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North Korea...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea in...
A South Korean military radar station is seen near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in Paju, north of Seoul April 8, 2013. Pyongyang has shown no sign of preparing its 1.2 million-strong army for war, indicating the threats are partly intended for domestic purposes to bolster Kim Jong-Un, the third in his family dynasty to rule North Korea. South Korea's Defence Ministry says it believes new nuclear test is not imminent in North Korea. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
GREENLAND-CLIMATE/AGRICULTURE
RTXXXX6
March 26, 2013
Old U.S. military radar station is seen at the former Cold War base of Kangerlussaq March 5, 2013. Due...
KANGERLUSSAQ, Greenland
Old U.S. military radar station is seen at the former Cold War base of Kangerlussaq
Old U.S. military radar station is seen at the former Cold War base of Kangerlussaq March 5, 2013. Due to climate change, locals say longer and warmer summers mean Greenland can grow the kind of crops unheard of years ago. Picture taken March 5, 2013. To match Feature GREENLAND-CLIMATE/AGRICULTURE REUTERS/Alistair Scrutton (GREENLAND - Tags: MILITARY ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1T6
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1T5
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1T2
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel leaves after his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1SY
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1SW
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1SV
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1SS
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of Defense Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speaks at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/USA-MISSILES
RTR3F1SP
March 15, 2013
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel arrives at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel arrives at his news conference
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel arrives at his news conference at the Pentagon in Washington March 15, 2013. Hagel announced plans on Friday to bolster U.S. missile defenses in response to a growing nuclear threat from North Korea, adding 14 interceptors to a missile defense site in Alaska and deploying a radar tracking station in Japan. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-RAF/BASE
RTR3DKR6
February 10, 2013
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum...
Berlin, Germany
General view shows two radar towers at former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of...
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of the German armed forces in Berlin February 10, 2013. British military authorities said on Friday they were investigating claims children were sexually abused at a former Royal Air Force base in Berlin in the 1980s and called for any potential victims and witnesses to come forward. The alleged offences occurred between 1981 and 1989 and involved a former RAF serviceman who was stationed at RAF Gatow, in southwest Berlin, at the time, the Ministry of Defence said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-RAF/BASE
RTR3DKR5
February 10, 2013
A general view shows military equipment and two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses...
Berlin, Germany
General view shows military equipment and two radar towers at former Gatow Airbase that today houses...
A general view shows military equipment and two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of the German armed forces in Berlin February 10, 2013. British military authorities said on Friday they were investigating claims children were sexually abused at a former Royal Air Force base in Berlin in the 1980s and called for any potential victims and witnesses to come forward. The alleged offences occurred between 1981 and 1989 and involved a former RAF serviceman who was stationed at RAF Gatow, in southwest Berlin, at the time, the Ministry of Defence said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-RAF/BASE
RTR3DKR2
February 10, 2013
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum...
Berlin, Germany
General view shows two radar towers at former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of...
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of the German armed forces in Berlin February 10, 2013. British military authorities said on Friday they were investigating claims children were sexually abused at a former Royal Air Force base in Berlin in the 1980s and called for any potential victims and witnesses to come forward. The alleged offences occurred between 1981 and 1989 and involved a former RAF serviceman who was stationed at RAF Gatow, in southwest Berlin, at the time, the Ministry of Defence said. The signs reads: "Military Security Zone. No Trespassing. Attention: Use of Live Amunition!" REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-RAF/BASE
RTR3DKQW
February 10, 2013
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum...
Berlin, Germany
General view shows two radar towers at former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of...
A general view shows two radar towers at the former Gatow Airbase that today houses the aircraft museum of the German armed forces in Berlin February 10, 2013. British military authorities said on Friday they were investigating claims children were sexually abused at a former Royal Air Force base in Berlin in the 1980s and called for any potential victims and witnesses to come forward. The alleged offences occurred between 1981 and 1989 and involved a former RAF serviceman who was stationed at RAF Gatow, in southwest Berlin, at the time, the Ministry of Defence said. The signs reads: "Military Security Zone. No Trespassing. Attention: Use of Live Amunition!" REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY CRIME LAW)
USA-JAPAN/
RTR382C0
September 17, 2012
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta listens to a question from U.S. military personnel stationed at...
Tokyo, Japan
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta listens to a question from U.S. military personnel stationed at...
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta listens to a question from U.S. military personnel stationed at Yokota September 17, 2012. The United States and Japan have agreed to locate a second missile defense radar on Japanese territory to protect against a ballistic missile threat from North Korea, Panetta said on Monday. REUTERS/Larry Downing (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
ITALY-SHIP/
RTR2X4G3
January 31, 2012
Journalists visit a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner Costa Concordia...
GIGLIO ISLAND, Italy
Journalists visit a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner Costa Concordia...
Journalists visit a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner Costa Concordia off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 31, 2012. Geologists monitoring the movement of the capsized cruise ship Costa Concordia are doing so with the help of technology normally used for volcanoes and landslides. Italian authorities have ended the search for bodies on the submerged sections of the ship, more than two weeks after the giant cruise liner capsized off the Tuscan coast, officials said on Tuesday. A fire brigade spokesman said the ship's recent movements led to the indefinite suspension.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (ITALY - Tags: DISASTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY MARITIME MEDIA)
ITALY-SHIP/
RTR2X4FI
January 31, 2012
Geologists and journalists talk at a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner...
GIGLIO ISLAND, Italy
Geologists and journalists talk at a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner...
Geologists and journalists talk at a laser and radar movement monitoring station near the cruise liner Costa Concordia off the west coast of Italy is seen at Giglio island January 31, 2012. Geologists monitoring the movement of the capsized cruise ship Costa Concordia are doing so with the help of technology normally used for volcanoes and landslides. Italian authorities have ended the search for bodies on the submerged sections of the ship, more than two weeks after the giant cruise liner capsized off the Tuscan coast, officials said on Tuesday. A fire brigade spokesman said the ship's recent movements led to the indefinite suspension. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (ITALY - Tags: DISASTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY MARITIME)
EUROPE-AIR/
RTR2CUWS
April 15, 2010
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge cloud of ash from a volcano...
Heathrow, multiple countries
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London
A radar rotates at Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland turned the skies of northern Europe into a no-fly zone on Thursday, leaving hundreds of thousands of passengers stranded. No flights will be allowed in British air space, except in emergencies, from 12 noon until at least 6 p.m. as the ash spreads across the country, the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) said. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TRAVEL)
ANTARCTICA/
RTXAYV3
November 25, 2008
A crew member of Brazilian Oceanographic Support Ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind navigation radar during...
Antarctica, Antarctica
A crew member of Brazilian Oceanographic Support Ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind navigation radar during...
A crew member of Brazilian Oceanographic Support Ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind navigation radar during their navigation in the Drake Passage on late November 23, 2008. "Ary Rongel" is heading for the Commandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Station as part of the projects of the Brazilian Antarctic Program (PROANTAR). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (ANTARCTICA)
ANTARCTICA/
RTXAYV2
November 25, 2008
A crew member of Brazilian oceanographic support ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind a navigation radar during...
Antarctica, Antarctica
A crew member of Brazilian Oceanographic Support Ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind a navigation radar during...
A crew member of Brazilian oceanographic support ship "Ary Rongel" stands behind a navigation radar during their navigation in the Drake passage November 24, 2008. "Ary Rongel" is heading for the Commandante Ferraz Brazilian Antarctic Station as part of the projects of the Brazilian Antarctic Program (PROANTAR). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (ANTARCTICA)
SHIELD-USA/
RTX7RH3
July 08, 2008
An activist waves a bunch of keys during a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield...
Prague, Czech Republic
An activist waves a bunch of keys during a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield...
An activist waves a bunch of keys during a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic, at Prague's Hradcanske Square July 8, 2008. The United States and the Czech Republic signed a treaty on Tuesday allowing Washington to build part of a missile defence shield in the central European state despite opposition from its former Cold War master Russia. The deal to create a radar station southwest of Prague was marred by a failure to seal a corresponding pact with Poland, where Washington wants to put 10 interceptor rockets that would be guided by the Czech site. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
SHIELD-USA/
RTX7RGU
July 08, 2008
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic,...
Prague, Czech Republic
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic, at Prague's Hradcanske Square July 8, 2008. The United States and the Czech Republic signed a treaty on Tuesday allowing Washington to build part of a missile defence shield in the central European state despite opposition from its former Cold War master Russia. The deal to create a radar station southwest of Prague was marred by a failure to seal a corresponding pact with Poland, where Washington wants to put 10 interceptor rockets that would be guided by the Czech site. The banner reads: "It's not decided yet". REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
SHIELD-USA/
RTX7RGI
July 08, 2008
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic,...
Prague, Czech Republic
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic
Activists attend a rally to protest a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in Czech Republic, at Prague's Hradcanske Square July 8, 2008. The United States and the Czech Republic signed a treaty on Tuesday allowing Washington to build part of a missile defence shield in the central European state despite opposition from its former Cold War master Russia. The deal to create a radar station southwest of Prague was marred by a failure to seal a corresponding pact with Poland, where Washington wants to put 10 interceptor rockets that would be guided by the Czech site. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
SHIELD-USA/
RTX7RFC
July 08, 2008
Tourists stand behind riot police in Prague as demonstrators protest against a plan to build a U.S. missile...
Prague, Czech Republic
Tourists stand behind riot police in Prague as demonstrators protest against a plan to build a U.S. missile...
Tourists stand behind riot police in Prague as demonstrators protest against a plan to build a U.S. missile defence shield in the Czech Republic, July 8, 2008. The United States and the Czech Republic signed a treaty on Tuesday allowing Washington to build part of a missile defence shield in the central European state despite opposition from its former Cold War master Russia. The deal to create a radar station southwest of Prague was marred by a failure to seal a corresponding pact with Poland, where Washington wants to put 10 interceptor rockets that would be guided by the Czech site. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (CZECH REPUBLIC)
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