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RTSOV5Y
September 21, 2016
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru waits to address the United Nations General...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru waits to address the United Nations General Assembly...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru waits to address the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTSOV5X
September 21, 2016
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTSOV5W
September 21, 2016
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTS2I9C
September 30, 2015
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of...
New York, UNITED STATES
Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTS2I98
September 30, 2015
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of...
New York, UNITED STATES
Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTS2I96
September 30, 2015
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of...
New York, UNITED STATES
Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTR47QHS
September 25, 2014
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York September 25, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTR47QHR
September 25, 2014
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York September 25, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTX140TQ
September 26, 2013
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTX140SI
September 26, 2013
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly...
Baron Divavesi Waqa, President of the Republic of Nauru, addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
NEPAL/
RTR2JOWW
March 10, 2011
Nepalese police arrest Tibetan protesters shouting anti-China slogans as they try to march in Kathmandu...
Kathmandu, Nauru
Nepalese police arrest Tibetan protesters in Kathmandu
Nepalese police arrest Tibetan protesters shouting anti-China slogans as they try to march in Kathmandu March 10, 2011. Tibetans in Kathmandu protested during the 52nd anniversary of the Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule in Tibet. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
ISRAEL/
RTR299IS
January 21, 2010
President of Micronesia Emanuel Mori (L) and President of the Republic of Nauru Marcus Stephen rekindle...
Jerusalem, Israel
President of Micronesia Mori and President of the Republic of Nauru Stephen rekindle the eternal flame...
President of Micronesia Emanuel Mori (L) and President of the Republic of Nauru Marcus Stephen rekindle the eternal flame, commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust, during a ceremony in the Hall of Remembrance at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem January 21, 2010. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (JERUSALEM - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS)
SB
RTRR4AB
January 07, 2004
NEW ZEALANDS VETTORI BOWLED OUT FOR NINE DURING ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH AGAINST PAKISTAN...
Queenstown, Republic of Nauru
NEW ZEALANDS VETTORI BOWLED OUT FOR NINE DURING ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH AGAINST PAKISTAN...
NEW ZEALANDS VETTORI BOWLED OUT FOR NINE DURING ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH AGAINST PAKISTAN IN QUEENSTOWN. New Zealand's Daniel Vettori is bowled around his legs by Pakistan's Mohammad Sami for 9 during the second one day international cricket match between New Zealand and Pakistan at the Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown January 7 2004. REUTERS/Simon Baker
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTR14LK8
September 13, 2001
Nauru discus champion Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a
training session in Nauru...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
NAURU DISCUS CHAMPION JONES PRACTISES BY THROWING BIKE TYRES IN
NAURU.
Nauru discus champion Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a
training session in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest
republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than 500 asylum seekers that
have been captured off Australian waters while their refugee status is
determined. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/RCS
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTR14LI0
September 13, 2001
Nauru discuss throwing representative Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a
bike tyre during a training...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
ATHLETE PRACTISES DISCUS BY THROWING BIKE TYRES IN NAURU.
Nauru discuss throwing representative Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a
bike tyre during a training session in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru,
the world's smallest republic, will host on behalf of Australia more
than 500 asylum seekers that have been captured off Australian waters
while their refugee status is determined. REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/RCS
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMO21
September 13, 2001
A young fisherman holds up his catch while snorkling the coral reefs in
Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru,...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
YOUNG FISHERMAN HOLDS UP HIS CATCH WHILE SNORKLING IN NAURU.
A young fisherman holds up his catch while snorkling the coral reefs in
Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest republic, will
host on behalf of Australia more than 500 asylum seekers that have been
captured off Australian waters while their refugee status is
determined, at an estimated cost close to A$20 million (US$11 million).
REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/RCS
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMO1T
September 13, 2001
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
CHILDREN PLAY AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL IN NAURU.
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the
world's smallest republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than
500 asylum seekers that have been captured off Australian waters while
their refugee status is determined, at an estimated cost close to A$20
million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/RCS
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTR14YBZ
September 12, 2001
Nauru discus throwing representative Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a training session...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
YEAREND PICTURES 2001 - ATHLETE PRACTISES DISCUS BY THROWING BIKE TYRES
IN NAURU.
Nauru discus throwing representative Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a training session in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than 500 asylum seekers that have been captured off Australian waters while their refugee status is determined. YEAREND PICTURES 2001
REUTERS/Mark Baker MDB/RCS
AUSTRALIA
RTXKRE9
September 11, 2001
A container is brought ashore by barge from a freighter moored off Nauru's shore September 11, 2001....
Nauru, Australia
A container is brought ashore by barge from a freighter moored off Nauru's shore September 11, 2001......
A container is brought ashore by barge from a freighter moored off Nauru's shore September 11, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest republic, will host hundreds of asylum seekers who were stopped in Australian waters over the past few weeks while their refugee status is determined.
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIQY
September 11, 2001
A local boy looks over the landscape scarred from years of phosphate mining
in Nauru September 11, 2001....
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
PHOSPHATE MINING FIELDS IN NAURU.
A local boy looks over the landscape scarred from years of phosphate mining
in Nauru September 11, 2001. Nauru will host more than 500 asylum seekers on
behalf of Australia while their status is determined, at a cost expected at
close to A$20 million (US$11 million). NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mark Baker

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AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIQS
September 11, 2001
A local boy looks over the landscape scarred from years of phosphate
mining in Nauru September 11, 2001....
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
PHOSPHATE MINING FIELDS IN NAURU.
A local boy looks over the landscape scarred from years of phosphate
mining in Nauru September 11, 2001. Nauru will host more than 500
asylum seekers on behalf of Australia while their status is determined,
at a cost expected at close to A$20 million (US$11 million).
REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIQL
September 11, 2001
A mattress is unloaded from a cargo plane along with supplies of
cooking utensils, blankets and other...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
SUPPLIES FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS UNLOADED FROM PLANE IN NAURU.
A mattress is unloaded from a cargo plane along with supplies of
cooking utensils, blankets and other goods in Nauru September 11, 2001.
Nauru will host more than 500 asylum seekers on behalf of Australia
while their status is determined, at a cost expected at close to A$20
million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIQF
September 11, 2001
Supplies of cooking utensils, blankets and other goods are unloaded
from a cargo plane in Nauru September...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
SUPPLIES FOR REFUGEES ARE UNLOADED FROM A PLANE IN NAURU.
Supplies of cooking utensils, blankets and other goods are unloaded
from a cargo plane in Nauru September 11, 2001. Nauru will host more
than 500 refugees on behalf of Australia while their refugee status is
determined, at a cost expected at close to A$20 million (US$11
million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIOP
September 11, 2001
A container is brought ashore by barge from a freighter moored off
Nauru's shore September 11, 2001....
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
A CONTAINER IS BROUGHT ASHORE FROM A SHIP OFF THE COAST OF NAURU.
A container is brought ashore by barge from a freighter moored off
Nauru's shore September 11, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest republic,
will host hundreds of asylum seekers who were stopped in Australian
waters over the past few weeks while their refugee status is
determined. REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JD
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIMW
September 11, 2001
A sign outside the Nauru Anaoe Village, which will house hundreds of
asylum seekers, gives lighthearted...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
A LIGHTHEARTED SIGN OUTSIDE THE ANAOE VILLAGE HOME WHERE ASYLUM SEEKERS
WILL BE HOUSED ON NAURU.
A sign outside the Nauru Anaoe Village, which will house hundreds of
asylum seekers, gives lighthearted directions and distances from the
world's smallest republic to Australia and New Zealand on September 11,
2001. Nauru will host more than 500 refugees who were stopped in
Australian waters over the past few weeks at a cost of about Australia
$20 million ($11 million), while their refugee status is determined.
REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JD
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMIKZ
September 11, 2001
Traffic stops on Nauru's main road to allow an Air Nauru passenger jet
to taxi to the runway on the...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
TRAFFIC ON NAURU'S MAIN ROAD HALTS AS AN AIR NAURU PLANE CROSSES THE
ROAD.
Traffic stops on Nauru's main road to allow an Air Nauru passenger jet
to taxi to the runway on the tiny pacific island September 11, 2001.
Nauru will host more than 500 refugees who were stopped in Australian
waters over the past few weeks at a cost expected of about Australia
$20 million ($11 million), while their refugee status is determined.
REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JD
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGYV
September 10, 2001
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) and Nauru President
Renee Harris answer questions at...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER OF DEFENCE PETER REITH JOINS NAURU PRESIDENT RENEE
HARRIS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE.
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) and Nauru President
Renee Harris answer questions at a news conference in Nauru September
10, 2001, after signing an agreement for the tiny South Pacific
republic to house hundreds of ayslum seekers within the coming months.
Australia has asked Nauru to host the asylum seekers while their
refugee status is determined, at a cost of about Australian $20 million
($11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JD
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGYP
September 10, 2001
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) and Nauru President
Renee Harris (L) address a news...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER OF DEFENCE PETER REITH AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN
NAURU.
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) and Nauru President
Renee Harris (L) address a news conference in Nauru September 10, 2001
after signing a Statement in Principal agreement for Nauru to house
hundreds of ayslum seekers within the coming months at the Nauru Anaoe
Village in the world's smallest republic. Australia has asked Nauru to
host the asylum seekers while their refugee status is determined, at a
cost expected at close to A$20 million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark
Baker

MDB/PB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGYH
September 10, 2001
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) inspects the Nauru
Anaoe Village September 10, 2001,...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER OF DEFENCE PETER REITH TOURS THE NAURU VILLAGE FOR
ASYLUM SEEKERS.
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith (R) inspects the Nauru
Anaoe Village September 10, 2001, where hundreds of asylum seekers will
be housed on the world's smallest republic of Nauru. Reith signed an
agreement on Monday with the republic's President Renee Harris for the
tiny South Pacific island to host the asylum seekers while their
refugee status is determined, at a cost of about Australian $20 million
($11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB/JD
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGYB
September 10, 2001
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith inspects the inside one of
17 buildings the hold two three...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER OF DEFENCE PETER REITH WALKS AROUND ANAOE VILLAGE
HOME IN NAURU.
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith inspects the inside one of
17 buildings the hold two three bedroom apartments in the Nauru Anaoe
Village September 10, 2001 which will house some of the hundreds of
asylum seekers on the world's smallest republic of Nauru. Reith signed
a Statement in Princapal agreement on Monday with the republic's
President Renee Harris for the tiny South Pacific island to host the
asylum seekers while their refugee status is determined, at a cost
expected at close A$20 million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGY5
September 10, 2001
Two-year-old Joe Young, the son of an on-site construction worker,
stands on a bed in one of 17 buildings...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
YOUNG BOY IN ANAOE VILLAGE, HOME TO ASYLUM SEEKERS IN NAURU.
Two-year-old Joe Young, the son of an on-site construction worker,
stands on a bed in one of 17 buildings that contain two three-bedroom
apartments in the Nauru Anaoe Village September 10, 2001. The village
will house some of the more than 400 asylum seekers in the world's
smallest republic of Nauru. Australian Defence Minister Peter Reith
signed a Statement in Principal agreement with the republic's President
Renee Harris on Monday for the tiny South Pacific island to host the
asylum seekers while their refugee status is determined, at a cost
expected at close A$20 million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/PB
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
RTRMGY0
September 10, 2001
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith inspects the Nauru Anaoe
Village September 10, 2001, where...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE MINISTER PETER REITH TOURS THE NAURU SITE FOR ASYLUM
SEEKERS.
Australia's Minister of Defence Peter Reith inspects the Nauru Anaoe
Village September 10, 2001, where more than 400 asylum seekers will be
housed on the world's smallest republic of Nauru. Reith signed a
Statement in Principal agreement with the republic's President Renee
Harris for the tiny South Pacific island to host the asylum seekers
while their refugee status is determined, at a cost expected of about
Australian $20 million ($11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

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NAURU
RTRPDZI
August 19, 2001
President Rene Harris of Nauru attends the South Pacific Forum in Nauru
August 19, 2001. Nauru is the...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
NAURU PRESIDENT RENE HARRIS ATTENDS THE SOUTH PACIFIC FORUM IN NAURU.
President Rene Harris of Nauru attends the South Pacific Forum in Nauru
August 19, 2001. Nauru is the world's smallest independent republic.
REUTERS/Rodney Joyce

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FINANCIAL NAURU LAUNDERING
RTRLZ1D
August 16, 2001
Nauru President Rene Harris - seen at the opening of the 2001 Pacific
Islands Forum summit in Aiwo,...
Aiwo, Republic of Nauru
NAURU PRESIDENT RENE HARRIS, WHO SAID HIS COUNTRY HAS APPROVED A LAW
AGAINST MONEY LAUNDERING.
Nauru President Rene Harris - seen at the opening of the 2001 Pacific
Islands Forum summit in Aiwo, Nauru on August 16, 2001 - said in a
statement on August 28, 2001, that his country has approved a law
banning money laundering and setting up a regulatory body to supervise
offshore banking. Nauru passed the law under pressure from the
Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
(OECD). Picture taken August 16, 2001.

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AUSTRALIA
RTRTBSO
March 26, 2000
15-year-old Samuel Dongobir from the Republic of Nauru holds aloft 140 kilograms during the final stages...
Sydney, Australia
CHAMPION SCHOOLBOY WEIGHTLIFTER FROM NAURU IN ACTION DURING COMPETITION IN SYDNEY.
15-year-old Samuel Dongobir from the Republic of Nauru holds aloft 140 kilograms during the final stages of competition in the clean and jerk discipline at an international weightlifting competition in Sydney March 26. Dongobir, an international schoolboy champion, finished third in the 105-plus kilogram weight division for men, recording a total of 260 kilograms in competition that is a rehearsal in the venue for the sport at the Sydney 2000 Olympics later this year.

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