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YEMEN/
RTR33PJT
June 16, 2012
Three-year-old Muhammad Nasser has his face covered with a traditional medicine to heal skin rush in...
Aden, Yemen
Three-year-old Muhammad Nasser has his face covered with a traditional medicine to heal skin rush in...
Three-year-old Muhammad Nasser has his face covered with a traditional medicine to heal skin rush in his family's shelter at a school in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden June 16, 2012. Nasser and his family were among internally displaced people (IDPs) living in temporary shelters in Aden after they left their homes in neighboring province of Abyan after al Qaeda-linked militants took over a large swath of the province last year. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
DETROIT/CHURCH
RTR2VQG3
December 30, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS 37 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH
THIS PICTURE IS 37 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS FACING CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN DETROIT. SEARCH KEYWORD "CATHOLIC CHURCH DETROIT" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES.

Don Paterson gets a rash looked at by Dr. Ed Jelonek (L), working on his own free time, at the Order of Malta Medical and Dental Clinic for low income Michigan residents in the basement of St. Leo Catholic Church in Detroit December 21, 2011. St. Leo Catholic Church, located in one of the most abandoned pockets of the nation's most depressed city, is operating on life support. Built more than 120 years ago as Detroit was developing into a manufacturing powerhouse, St. Leo is one of the many area churches to have succumbed to a same priest and parishioner shortage that has plagued the Catholic Church in America. Picture taken December 17, 2011. To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH REUTERS/Mark Blinch (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION HEALTH)
CHINA/
RTR2CILE
April 07, 2010
Relatives hold their children as they wait to medical check for syndromes of hand, foot and mouth disease...
Hefei, China
Relatives hold their children as they wait to get examination for syndromes of hand, foot and mouth disease...
Relatives hold their children as they wait to medical check for syndromes of hand, foot and mouth disease at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province April 7, 2010. Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common illness that mainly affects children under the age of 10 and it usually starts with a slight fever followed by blisters and ulcers in the mouth and rashes on the hands and feet. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR2CILA
April 07, 2010
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei,...
Hefei, China
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei...
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province April 7, 2010. Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common illness that mainly affects children under the age of 10 and it usually starts with a slight fever followed by blisters and ulcers in the mouth and rashes on the hands and feet. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-DISEASE/
RTXD7XG
March 26, 2009
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease shows her palm at a local hospital in Zhengzhou,...
Zhengzhou, China
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease shows her palm at a local hospital in Zhengzhou
A child suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease shows her palm at a local hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan province March 26, 2009. Chinese state media accused a local government on Tuesday of covering up the number of children suffering from hand, foot and mouth disease and the number of deaths. The government of Minquan county in central Henan province said only one child was killed by the virus, but there may be at least 10 more deaths cases in the region, the official China National Radio said on its website (www.cnr.cn). REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA HEALTH POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VSDF
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian (R) looks at a medical photograph of a patient's stomach as a nurse packs up camera...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang looks at a medical photograph of a patient's stomach as a nurse packs up camera equipment...
Doctor Zhang Shutian (R) looks at a medical photograph of a patient's stomach as a nurse packs up camera equipment in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. The costs of seeing a doctor or staying in hospital are out of reach for many in the world's fourth-largest economy and the lack of access combined with corruption has made the issue a source of social unrest. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VSDB
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian (TOP) performs an examination of a patient in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang performs an examination of a patient in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing...
Doctor Zhang Shutian (TOP) performs an examination of a patient in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. The costs of seeing a doctor or staying in hospital are out of reach for many in the world's fourth-largest economy and the lack of access combined with corruption has made the issue a source of social unrest. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VSD7
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian watches a screen as he performs an examination of a patient's stomach using a miniature...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang watches a screen as he performs an examination of a patient's stomach using a miniature...
Doctor Zhang Shutian watches a screen as he performs an examination of a patient's stomach using a miniature camera in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. The costs of seeing a doctor or staying in hospital are out of reach for many in the world's fourth-largest economy and the lack of access combined with corruption has made the issue a source of social unrest. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VSD2
January 14, 2008
A nurse walks past a patient who has a miniature camera inserted inside his stomach during an examination...
Beijing, China
A nurse walks past a patient who has a miniature camera inserted inside their stomach during an examination...
A nurse walks past a patient who has a miniature camera inserted inside his stomach during an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. The costs of seeing a doctor or staying in hospital are out of reach for many in the world's fourth-largest economy and the lack of access combined with corruption has made the issue a source of social unrest. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VSCV
January 14, 2008
A patient reacts after Doctor Zhang Shutain (L) pulled a miniature camera from out of his stomach after...
Beijing, China
A patient reacts after Doctor Zhang pulled a miniature camera from out of his stomach after an examination...
A patient reacts after Doctor Zhang Shutain (L) pulled a miniature camera from out of his stomach after an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at the Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. The costs of seeing a doctor or staying in hospital are out of reach for many in the world's fourth-largest economy and the lack of access combined with corruption has made the issue a source of social unrest. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS3I
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian holds up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination in the Gastroenterology...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang Shutian holds up medical images of a patient's stomach at Beijing Friendship Hospital
Doctor Zhang Shutian holds up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS3G
January 14, 2008
A patient is wheeled through the foyer of Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health...
Beijing, China
A patient is wheeled through foyer of Beijing Friendship Hospital
A patient is wheeled through the foyer of Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS3F
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian (2nd R) examines a patient's chest and stomach as medical students look on in the...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang examines a patient's chest and stomach as medical students look on at Beijing Friendship...
Doctor Zhang Shutian (2nd R) examines a patient's chest and stomach as medical students look on in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS3C
January 14, 2008
A patient (L) is wheeled into the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital...
Beijing, China
A patient is wheeled into Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital
A patient (L) is wheeled into the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS39
January 14, 2008
A nurse checks the condition of a patient as Doctor Zhang Shutian examines the patient's stomach in the...
Beijing, China
A nurse checks condition of a patient as Doctor Zhang examines patient's stomach at Beijing Friendship...
A nurse checks the condition of a patient as Doctor Zhang Shutian examines the patient's stomach in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS38
January 14, 2008
A nurse (R) looks at a patient from behind a curtain during an examination in the Gastroenterology and...
Beijing, China
A nurse looks at a patient during an examination at Beijing Friendship Hospital
A nurse (R) looks at a patient from behind a curtain during an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS37
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian (C) examines a patient as a fellow doctor looks at medical images in the Gastroenterology...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang examines a patient as a fellow doctor looks at medical images at Beijing Friendship Hospital...
Doctor Zhang Shutian (C) examines a patient as a fellow doctor looks at medical images in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR1VS36
January 14, 2008
Doctor Zhang Shutian and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination...
Beijing, China
Doctor Zhang and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach at Beijing Friendship...
Doctor Zhang Shutian and a fellow doctor hold up medical images of a patient's stomach during an examination in the Gastroenterology and Hepatolgy ward at Beijing Friendship Hospital January 14, 2008. China's health care system is struggling to keep pace with the country's blistering economic growth and faces a major challenge in looking after its 1.3 billion people, Health Minister Chen Zhu said at a forum in Beijing last week, adding that the task of exploring reform of the health system was very arduous. Many hospitals have resorted to charging exorbitant premiums for medical care and prescriptions. Deregulation of the health care industry has brought a rash of scandals involving overcharging, bogus drugs and malpractice. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
HONDURAS
RTXM6E1
September 03, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, S.....
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken September 3, 2003.
HONDURAS
RTXM6E0
September 03, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, S.....
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken September 3, 2003.
HONDURAS
RTXM6DZ
September 03, 2003
A former gang member waits his turn to undergo a process for tattoo removal, at a medical center in San...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A former gang member waits his turn to undergo a process for tattoo removal, at a medical center in .....
A former gang member waits his turn to undergo a process for tattoo removal, at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken September 3, 2003.
HONDURAS
RTXM6DY
September 03, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, S.....
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken September 3, 2003.
HONDURAS GANGS
RTR2JJV
September 03, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a
medical center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras - Republic of
FORMER HONDURAN GANG MEMBER UNDERGOES A TATTOO REMOVAL PROCESS.
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a
medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses
an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving
noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related
violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the
authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken
September 3, 2003. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

DNL/HB
HONDURAS GANGS
RTR2JJQ
September 03, 2003
A former gang member waits his turn to undergo a process for tattoo
removal, at a medical center in...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras - Republic of
FORMER HONDURAN GANG MEMBER UNDERGOES A TATTOO REMOVAL PROCESS.
A former gang member waits his turn to undergo a process for tattoo
removal, at a medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The
process uses an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but
leaving noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of
gang-related violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving
police the authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo.
Picture taken September 3, 2003. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

DNL/HB
HONDURAS GANGS
RTR2JJL
September 03, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a
medical center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras - Republic of
FORMER HONDURAN GANG MEMBER UNDERGOES A TATTOO REMOVAL PROCESS.
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a
medical center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses
an infrared device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving
noticeable scars. The Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related
violence, recently passed a strict anti-gang law, giving police the
authority to arrest youths for simply having a tattoo. Picture taken
September 3, 2003. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

DNL/HB
HONDURAS GANGS
RTR2JJZ
September 02, 2003
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical
center in San Pedro Sula, September...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras - Republic of
FORMER HONDURAN GANG MEMBER UNDERGOES A TATTOO REMOVAL PROCESS.
A former gang member undergoes a process for tattoo removal at a medical
center in San Pedro Sula, September 3, 2003. The process uses an infrared
device to burn the skin, removing the ink, but leaving noticeable scars. The
Honduran government, amid a rash of gang-related violence, recently passed a
strict anti-gang law, giving police the authority to arrest youths for
simply having a tattoo. Picture taken September 3, 2003. Pictures of the
Year 2003 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

DNL/HB
ATTACK CANADA
RTRO6CT
October 15, 2001
Chief of the Emergency Medical Services Anthony Dimonte talks on the
phone in his car with a gas mask...
Ottawa, Canada
CHIEF OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DIMONTE SITS IN CAR WITH GAS MASK.
Chief of the Emergency Medical Services Anthony Dimonte talks on the
phone in his car with a gas mask sitting on the dash on Parliament Hill
in Ottawa, October 15, 2001. Part of the buildings were shut down when
a female employee developed a rash on her arms after opening an
envelope that contained a mysterious white powder. REUTERS/Jim Young

JY
VENEZUELA TOXIC
RTRQ22V
June 15, 1999
Venezuelan Anna Cobar cradles her six-year-old son Jonathan, a victim of a 1993 hospital fumigation accident...
Caracas, Venezuela
MOTHER CRADLES VICTIM OF TOXIC ACCIDENT IN A PROTEST OUTSIDE CARACAS' CATHEDRAL.
Venezuelan Anna Cobar cradles her six-year-old son Jonathan, a victim of a 1993 hospital fumigation accident whose body has since been covered with a painful red rash, during a protest outside Caracas' cathedral, June 15. Dozens of victims of the toxic accident, who have since suffered from neurological, bone, lung and skin diseases, occuppied the city's cathedral to demand that President Hugo Chavez increase their social security benefits and provide medical care to the families affected. Johnathan is the only child out of ten born on the day of the fumigation to have survived.

KW/ZDC/JRE
ROYALS
RTXHBR4
August 22, 1997
Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (C) gestures with his wife Princess Therwat (L) and his only son Prince...
Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (C) gestures with his wife Princess Therwat (L) and his only son Prince.....
Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (C) gestures with his wife Princess Therwat (L) and his only son Prince Rashed (R) at al-Hussein Medical City in Amman August 22. Prince Rashed survived a car crash last Friday which killed two of his companions.
ROYALS
RTXHBR3
August 22, 1997
Prince Rashed, the only son of Jordan's Crown Prince-Hassan, leaves al-Hussein Medical City in Amman...
Prince Rashed, the only son of Jordan's Crown Prince-Hassan, leaves al-Hussein Medical City in Amman.....
Prince Rashed, the only son of Jordan's Crown Prince-Hassan, leaves al-Hussein Medical City in Amman August 22. Prince Rashed suvived a car crash last Friday which killed two other people.
RTR5Z4I
August 22, 1997
Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (C) gestures with his wife Princess Therwat (L) and his only son Prince...
Jordan
JORDANS CROWN PRINCE HASSAN WALKS WITH HIS WIFE AND SON IN AMMAN
Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan (C) gestures with his wife Princess Therwat (L) and his only son Prince Rashed (R) at al-Hussein Medical City in Amman August 22. Prince Rashed survived a car crash last Friday which killed two of his companions.

JORDAN PRINCE
RTR5Z4A
August 22, 1997
Prince Rashed, the only son of Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan, leaves al-Hussein Medical City in Amman...
Jordan
PRINCE RASHED THE ONLY SON OF CROWN PRINCE HASSAN
Prince Rashed, the only son of Jordan's Crown Prince Hassan, leaves al-Hussein Medical City in Amman August 22. Prince Rashed suvived a car crash last Friday which killed two other people.

JORDAN PRINCE
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