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LIBYA-SAIF/WELL
RTR2U871 
November 20, 2011 
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is pictured sitting in a plane in Zintan November 19, 2011. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi,... 
ZINTAN, Libya 
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is pictured sitting in a plane in Zintan 
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is pictured sitting in a plane in Zintan November 19, 2011. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, who was captured in Libya's rugged desert, transformed himself during this year's uprising from a relaxed reformer to a belligerent and loyal lieutenant of his father who is now wanted by the ICC accused of crimes against humanity. In his final days on the run, witnesses said Saif al-Islam, 39, was nervous, confused and frightened, at first calling his father by satellite phone, swearing aides to secrecy about his whereabouts and, after his father was killed, seeking to avoid a similarly gruesome fate.
REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
FRANCE/
RTR2S5RQ 
October 03, 2011 
Visitors look at a movie during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, southeastern... 
multiple cities, France 
Visitors look at a movie during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes 
Visitors look at a movie during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, southeastern France, October 3, 2011. The International film and programme market for TV, video, cable and satellite (MIPCOM) opens from October 3 to October 6 on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA) 
CHINA/
RTR2RSIR 
September 24, 2011 
Contestants take a picture of themselves with a mobile phone backstage before the recording of an episode... 
Beijing, China 
Contestants take picture of themselves with mobile phone backstage before recording of episode of Chinese... 
Contestants take a picture of themselves with a mobile phone backstage before the recording of an episode of popular Chinese matchmaking television show "If You Are the One" in Beijing September 24, 2011. The show, which is owned by Jiangsu Satellite Television, has 24 single ladies standing on the stage and five bachelors coming up one after another in every episode. The bachelors are allowed three videos respectively giving details about their job, love experiences and friends' opinions. The bachelors then have to try all means to keep the lights on, which stands for the ladies' affection, so that they can gain the right to choose one of the ladies to match up with, or to walk away from the show. REUTERS/Barry Huang (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
USA-IRAQ/
RTR2OLFG 
July 07, 2011 
Dokhi Zanjanpour (L) listens to her daughter Neda testify by satellite phone, about the injuries she... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Zanjanpour listens to her daughter testify by satellite phone in Washington 
Dokhi Zanjanpour (L) listens to her daughter Neda testify by satellite phone, about the injuries she sustained in a grenade attack by Iraqi Security Forces at of Camp Ashraf in Iraq, during a hearing of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington July 7, 2011. In April the settlement, the Iraqi base of an Iranian opposition group that Washington officially considers a terrorist group, was the scene of clashes between residents and Iraqi security forces during which 34 residents were killed, according to a U.N. investigation. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-IRAQ/
RTR2OLFD 
July 07, 2011 
Members of the witness panel listen as Neda Zanjanpour (top L) testifies by satellite phone, about the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Members of the witness panel listen as Zanjanpour testifies by satellite phone on Capitol Hill 
Members of the witness panel listen as Neda Zanjanpour (top L) testifies by satellite phone, about the injuries she sustained in a grenade attack by Iraqi Security Forces at of Camp Ashraf in Iraq, during a hearing of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington July 7, 2011. In April the settlement, the Iraqi base of an Iranian opposition group that Washington officially considers a terrorist group, was the scene of clashes between residents and Iraqi security forces during which 34 residents were killed, according to a U.N. investigation. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-IRAQ/
RTR2OLCX 
July 07, 2011 
Neda Zanjanpour (top L) testifies by satellite phone, about the injuries she sustained in a grenade attack... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Zanjanpour testifies by satellite phone during a hearing of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee... 
Neda Zanjanpour (top L) testifies by satellite phone, about the injuries she sustained in a grenade attack by Iraqi Security Forces at Camp Ashraf in Iraq, during a hearing of the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington July 7, 2011. In April the settlement, the Iraqi base of an Iranian opposition group that Washington officially considers a terrorist group, was the scene of clashes between residents and Iraqi security forces during which 34 residents were killed, according to a U.N. investigation. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTR2MTMN 
May 24, 2011 
NASA astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after the landing... 
Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan 
NASA astronaut Cady Coleman speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after landing in the Soyuz... 
NASA astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after the landing with Russian cosmonaut Dmitry Kondratyev and European Space Agency Astronaut Paolo Nespoli in the Soyuz TMA-20, southeast of the town of Zhezkazgan May 24, 2011. The Russian Soyuz capsule delivered an international trio of astronauts back to Earth on Tuesday after six months on the International Space Station, parachuting through clear skies toward a safe landing on the Kazakh steppe. REUTERS/Mikhail Metzel/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH TRANSPORT) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTR2MT8U 
May 24, 2011 
NASA astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman (R) speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after the... 
Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan 
NASA astronaut Cady Coleman speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after landing in the Soyuz... 
NASA astronaut Catherine "Cady" Coleman (R) speaks on a satellite phone to her family shortly after the landing with Russian cosmonaut Dmitry Kondratyev and European Space Agency Astronaut Paolo Nespoli in the Soyuz TMA-20, southeast of the town of Zhezkazgan May 24, 2011. The Russian Soyuz capsule delivered an international trio of astronauts back to Earth on Tuesday after six months on the International Space Station, parachuting through clear skies toward a safe landing on the Kazakh steppe. REUTERS/Sergei Remezov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH TRANSPORT) 
THAILAND-CAMBODIA/
RTXXMMW 
February 09, 2011 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the... 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the border between Thailand and Cambodia February 9, 2011. Thailand and Cambodia faced growing diplomatic pressure on Wednesday to end an armed standoff on a stretch of border surrounding the 900-year-old clifftop temple as guns held silent for a second day. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXSMOX 
September 25, 2010 
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson speaks on a satellite phone after landing near the town of Arkalyk,... 
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan 
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson speaks on a satellite phone after landing near the town of Arkalyk,... 
U.S. astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson speaks on a satellite phone after landing near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan, September 25, 2010. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson came back to Earth from the International Space Station and landed safely in Kazakhstan on Saturday, a day after an initial attempt to return was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital station failed to open. REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: SCI TECH POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR2H0B0 
August 03, 2010 
Corporal Matt Hatt of the Canadian Army's 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, talks... 
SALAVAT, Afghanistan 
Cpl Hatt of the Canadian Army's Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group talks on his satellite phone at... 
Corporal Matt Hatt of the Canadian Army's 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group, talks on his satellite phone at a combat outpost near the village of Salavat, in the Panjway district west of Kandahar August 3, 2010. REUTERS/Bob Strong (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY) 
HONDURAS
RTR2GNB7 
July 23, 2010 
Honduran police are seen with a privately owned plane that was seized after it was found to be holding... 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras 
Honduran police are seen with a privately owned plane that was seized after it was found to be holding... 
Honduran police are seen with a privately owned plane that was seized after it was found to be holding 450 Kilos of drugs in Brus Laguna, 600 km (372 mi) east of Tegucigalpa along the border with Nicaragua, July 22, 2010. During the operation two speedboats, two satellite phones, 27 barrels of fuel, a rifle and a machine gun were also seized according Honduran Police. REUTERS/Honduran Police/Handout (HONDURAS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
GIRL-SAILOR/
RTR2F0BX 
June 11, 2010 
French fishing vessel 'Ile De La Reunion', which is helping with the search for 16-year-old Abby Sunderland,... 
Perth, Australia 
Handout photo of French fishing vessel 'Ile De La Reunion' 
French fishing vessel 'Ile De La Reunion', which is helping with the search for 16-year-old Abby Sunderland, is seen in this handout photograph obtained June 11, 2010. A 16-year-old Californian girl attempting to sail solo around the world is safe and well, her parents said, after a massive search and rescue was launched in the Indian Ocean after she triggered distress signals.
Teenage adventurer Abby Sunderland was last heard from about 6 a.m. Pacific time (1300 GMT) on Thursday, when she broke off a satellite phone call as her yacht Wild Eyes was pounded by huge waves in the remote southern Indian Ocean. REUTERS/Australian Maritime Safety Authority/Handout (AUSTRALIA) EDITORIAL USE ONLY (DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GIRL-SAILOR/
RTR2F0BR 
June 11, 2010 
A map of the search area for 16-year-old Abby Sunderland released by Australian Maritime Safety Authority... 
Perth, Australia 
A map of the search area for 16-year-old Abby Sunderland 
A map of the search area for 16-year-old Abby Sunderland released by Australian Maritime Safety Authority June 11, 2010. A 16-year-old Californian girl attempting to sail solo around the world is safe and well, her parents said, after a massive search and rescue was launched in the Indian Ocean after she triggered distress signals. Teenage adventurer Abby Sunderland was last heard from about 6 a.m. Pacific time (1300 GMT) on Thursday, when she broke off a satellite phone call as her yacht Wild Eyes was pounded by huge waves in the remote southern Indian Ocean. REUTERS/Australian Maritime Safety Authority/Handout (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER) 
SPACE-RUSSIA/LANDING
RTR2BS3D 
March 18, 2010 
Expedition 22 U.S. Commander Jeff Williams (R) speaks on a satellite phone after the landing of the Russian... 
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan 
Expedition 22 U.S. Commander Williams speaks on a satellite phone after the landing of the Russian Soyuz... 
Expedition 22 U.S. Commander Jeff Williams (R) speaks on a satellite phone after the landing of the Russian Soyuz TMA-16 space capsule, carrying an Expedition 22 U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut from the International Space Station near the town of Arkalyk, northern Kazakhstan March 18, 2010. The capsule ferrying Williams and Flight Engineer Maxim Suraev landed in the vast steppe near Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan as planned, Russia's Mission Control said. REUTERS/Alexander Nemenov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: TRANSPORT SCI TECH BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
CUBA-USA/MIGRATION
RTR29L1L 
January 28, 2010 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media during a meeting between the Cuban government... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media in Havana 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media during a meeting between the Cuban government and Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., in Havana January 28, 2010. Rodriguez said Cuba is investigating a U.S. government contractor arrested in late 2009 for distributing illegal satellite phones on the island, pointing out the charges against him represent a "a serious crime." He did not say whether the U.S. contractor will be formally charged by the Cuban government. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: HEADSHOT POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
CUBA-USA/MIGRATION
RTR29L12 
January 28, 2010 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence... 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti in Havana January 28, 2010. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said Cuba is investigating a U.S. government contractor arrested in late 2009 for distributing illegal satellite phones on the island, pointing out the charges against him represent a "a serious crime." He did not say whether the U.S. contractor will be formally charged by the Cuban government. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CUBA-USA/MIGRATION
RTR29L10 
January 28, 2010 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence... 
Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., pose for pictures in front of a monument of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti in Havana January 28, 2010. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said Cuba is investigating a U.S. government contractor arrested in late 2009 for distributing illegal satellite phones on the island, pointing out the charges against him represent a "a serious crime." He did not say whether the U.S. contractor will be formally charged by the Cuban government. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CUBA-USA/MIGRATION
RTR29L02 
January 28, 2010 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media during a meeting between the Cuban government... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media in Havana 
Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez talks to the media during a meeting between the Cuban government and Cuban citizens living abroad, mainly in the U.S., in Havana January 28, 2010. Rodriguez said Cuba is investigating a U.S. government contractor arrested in late 2009 for distributing illegal satellite phones on the island, pointing out the charges against him represent a "a serious crime." He did not say whether the U.S. contractor will be formally charged by the Cuban government. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
CES/
RTR28OE5 
January 09, 2010 
An Apple iPhone is shown in a XM Skydock at the Sirius Satellite Radio booth during the 2010 International... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
An Apple iPhone is shown in a XM Skydock at the Sirius Satellite Radio booth during 2010 International... 
An Apple iPhone is shown in a XM Skydock at the Sirius Satellite Radio booth during the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2010. The dock allows the user to control the radio with an iPhone or iPod touch and tag music for purchase on Apple's iTunes. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
SOMALIA-TELCOMS/
RTXQCBA 
November 04, 2009 
A Somali resident purchases a cell-phone handset at a shopping centre in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009.... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
A Somali resident purchases a cell-phone handset at a shopping centre in Mogadishu 
A Somali resident purchases a cell-phone handset at a shopping centre in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile phone business is booming despite the almost daily artillery fire that flies over expensive satellite dishes and the violence that has brought misery to the population of the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA BUSINESS CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
SOMALIA-TELCOMS/
RTXQCB5 
November 04, 2009 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile phone business is booming despite the almost daily artillery fire that flies over expensive satellite dishes and the violence that has brought misery to the population of the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA BUSINESS CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
SOMALIA-TELCOMS/
RTXQCAY 
November 04, 2009 
Residents shop for mobile phone handsets at a shopping center in Mogadishu November 4, 2009. Somalia's... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
Residents shop for mobile phone handsets at a shopping center in Mogadishu 
Residents shop for mobile phone handsets at a shopping center in Mogadishu November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile phone business is booming despite the almost daily artillery fire that flies over expensive satellite dishes and the violence that has brought misery to the population of the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
FRANCE/
RTXPBSF 
October 05, 2009 
Visitors look at television programmes during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes,... 
Cannes, France 
Visitors look at television programmes during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes... 
Visitors look at television programmes during the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes, southeastern France, October 5, 2009. The international film and programme market for TV, video, cable and satellite (MIPCOM) opens from October 5 to October 9 on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXP8SD 
October 03, 2009 
A Canadian soldier calls home on a satellite phone from a patrol base in the Panjwaii district of Kandahar... 
PANJWAII, Afghanistan 
A Canadian soldier calls home on a satellite phone from Kandahar province 
A Canadian soldier calls home on a satellite phone from a patrol base in the Panjwaii district of Kandahar province October 2, 2009. Picture taken October 2, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
SPAIN-PIRATES/
RTXFQC5 
May 11, 2009 
Military crew members of the Spanish oil tanker army ship 'Marques de la Ensenada' hoist a suspected... 
Spain 
Spanish army members hoist a suspected Somali pirate near the Gulf of Aden 
Military crew members of the Spanish oil tanker army ship 'Marques de la Ensenada' hoist a suspected Somali pirate (R) in the Indian Ocean, near the Gulf of Aden, in this photo released by the Spain's Ministry of Defence on May 7, 2009. Somali pirates are planning attacks on shipping using detailed information provided by "advisors" in London with satellite phones, according to an intelligence report cited by Spanish radio on May 11. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout (CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SPAIN-PIRATES/
RTXFQAB 
May 11, 2009 
Suspected Somali pirates hold onto their boat in the Indian Ocean near the Gulf of Aden in this photo... 
Spain 
Suspected Somali pirates hold onto their boat in the Indian Ocean near the Gulf of Aden in this photo... 
Suspected Somali pirates hold onto their boat in the Indian Ocean near the Gulf of Aden in this photo released by the Spanish Ministry of Defence on May 7, 2009. Somali pirates are planning attacks on shipping using detailed information provided by
"advisors" in London with satellite phones, according to an intelligence report cited by Spanish radio on May 11. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout (CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/LANDING
RTXDS5R 
April 08, 2009 
U.S. astronaut Michael Fincke speaks on a satellite phone in the Kazakh steppe some 136 km (84.5 miles)... 
Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan 
US astronaut Michael Fincke speaks on the phone in Kazakh steppe after returning from the ISS 
U.S. astronaut Michael Fincke speaks on a satellite phone in the Kazakh steppe some 136 km (84.5 miles) north-east of the town of Dzhezkazgan after returning from the International Space Station (ISS) in a Russian Souyz TMA-13 space capsule April 8, 2009. REUTERS/Mikhail Metzel/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN SCI TECH HEADSHOT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTXAX8G 
November 24, 2008 
Colombian students learn how to use computers in the ship 'El Navegante del Pacifico' in the port city... 
Tumaco, Colombia 
Colombian students learn how to use computers in the ship 'El Navegante del Pacifico' in the port city... 
Colombian students learn how to use computers in the ship 'El Navegante del Pacifico' in the port city of Tumaco, by the Pacific Ocean, November 20, 2008. El Navegante del Pacifico is a boat that was transformed into floating classroom equipped with computers and satellite Internet to train people of this region, one of the poorest in the country. This program is supported by the Ministry of Communications of Colombia and the boat will travel to 16 ports in 25 days. Picture taken November 20, 2008. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTX9V4Z 
October 24, 2008 
USSR cosmonaut Alexander Volkov (L) holds a satellite phone for his son, Russian cosmonaut Sergei Volkov,... 
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan 
USSR cosmonaut Alexander Volkov holds a satellite phone for his son Sergei after Soyuz space capsule... 
USSR cosmonaut Alexander Volkov (L) holds a satellite phone for his son, Russian cosmonaut Sergei Volkov, after the Soyuz space capsule landed not far from the town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan October 24, 2008. REUTERS/Dmitry Kostyukov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN) 
SPACE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTX9V1E 
October 24, 2008 
U.S. space tourist Richard Garriot speaks on a satellite phone after he landed not far from the Kazakh... 
Arkalyk, Kazakhstan 
U.S. space tourist Richard Garriot speaks on a satellite phone after he landed not far from the Kazakh... 
U.S. space tourist Richard Garriot speaks on a satellite phone after he landed not far from the Kazakh town of Arkalyk in northern Kazakhstan in a Russian Soyuz space capsule with Russian cosmonauts October 24, 2008. Garriott, a U.S. video game magnate who paid $35 million for his 12-day space adventure, came back from the International Space Station alongside Russian cosmonauts Sergei Volkov and Oleg Kononenko on Friday. REUTERS/Dmitry Kostyukov/Pool (KAZAKHSTAN) 
HAITI/
RTX8SEX 
September 22, 2008 
A Haitian use a satellite phone provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to speak to relatives three weeks... 
Gonaives, Haiti 
A Haitian use a satellite phone provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to ask relatives for help and money... 
A Haitian use a satellite phone provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to speak to relatives three weeks after flooding in the town of Gonaives September 21, 2008. Haiti has been blasted by four storms - Hurricanes Gustav and Ike and Tropical Storms Fay and Hanna - since mid-August, killing hundreds and destroying homes and crops. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) 
HAITI/
RTX8SEL 
September 22, 2008 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to ask relatives for help and money... 
Gonaives, Haiti 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers three weeks after flooding in the... 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to ask relatives for help and money three weeks after flooding in the town of Gonaives September 21, 2008. Haiti has been blasted by four storms - Hurricanes Gustav and Ike and Tropical Storms Fay and Hanna - since mid-August, killing hundreds and destroying homes and crops. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) 
ZIMBABWE-ELECTION/REUTERS
RTX5HC7 
May 08, 2008 
Reuters photographer Howard Burditt, shown here in this undated file picture, has been detained for three... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
File photo of Reuters photographer Howard Burditt 
Reuters photographer Howard Burditt, shown here in this undated file picture, has been detained for three days for allegedly using a satellite phone to transmit pictures. Burditt, a Zimbabwean national, was covering the aftermath of Zimbabwe's elections and has been held by police in Harare since May 5, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6CD 
March 12, 2008 
Soldiers operate boats during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel... 
Putumayo, Colombia 
Soldiers operate boats during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States Jose Miguel... 
Soldiers operate boats during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza in Puerto Ospina Putumayo March 11, 2008. Insulza was to inspect the site where the Colombian army had killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6BP 
March 12, 2008 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) uses a cell phone on a... 
Putumayo, Colombia 
The head of the OAS Insulza on a boat before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian army... 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) uses a cell phone on a military boat before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian army had killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 11, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6BE 
March 12, 2008 
Soldiers operate a boat during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose... 
Putumayo, Colombia 
Soldiers operate a boat during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose... 
Soldiers operate a boat during a visit by the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza in Puerto Ospina Putumayo March 11, 2008. Insulza was to inspect the site where the Colombian army had killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6B5 
March 12, 2008 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) poses for a photographer... 
Bogota, Colombia 
The head of the OAS Insulza poses on a boat before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian... 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) poses for a photographer on a boat before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian army had killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 11, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6B3 
March 12, 2008 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) sits on a plane before... 
Bogota, Colombia 
The head of the OAS Insulza sits on a plane before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian... 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (L) sits on a plane before travelling to inspect the site where the Colombian army had killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 11, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y6AQ 
March 12, 2008 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (R) speaks with chief commander... 
Bogota, Colombia 
The head of the OAS Insulza speaks with chief commander of the Colombian army Freddy Padilla at a military... 
The head of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza (R) speaks with chief commander of the Colombian army Freddy Padilla at a military base in Bogota, before inspecting the site where the Colombian army killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 11, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4ZM 
March 11, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel leader... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4X2 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel leader... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4VW 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza arrives to inspect the site... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza arrives to inspect the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza arrives to inspect the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4VM 
March 10, 2008 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard as a helicopter takes off at the site where Colombian army forces... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
A soldier stands guard as a helicopter takes off at the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC... 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard as a helicopter takes off at the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4VE 
March 10, 2008 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
A soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel... 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4VD 
March 10, 2008 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
A soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel... 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4V9 
March 10, 2008 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
A soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel... 
An Ecuadorean soldier stands guard in a restricted area at the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4V5 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza arrives to inspect the site... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza arrives to inspect the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza arrives to inspect the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4UZ 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza (2nd R) speaks during a news... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza speaks during a news conference with Ecuador's Security Minister Larrea... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza (2nd R) speaks during a news conference with Ecuador's Security Minister Gustavo Larrea (R) while on a trip to inspect the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4UN 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian... 
ANGOSTURA, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel leader... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
ECUADOR-COLOMBIA/
RTR1Y4UE 
March 10, 2008 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian... 
Lago Agrio, Ecuador 
OAS Secretary General Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed FARC rebel leader... 
Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza inspects the site where Colombian army forces killed Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel leader Raul Reyes in Angostura March 10, 2008. Reyes, the FARC's No. 2 leader, died in a March 1 raid carried out inside Ecuador that set off a regional diplomatic crisis. The army tracked Reyes down by intercepting a satellite phone call he made from along the Ecuador border. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR) 
INMARSAT/
RTR1Y0HE 
March 07, 2008 
A woman talks on a mobile phone in London March 7, 2008. British satellite operator Inmarsat is in talks... 
London, United Kingdom 
A woman talks on a mobile phone in London 
A woman talks on a mobile phone in London March 7, 2008. British satellite operator Inmarsat is in talks with three mobile phone operators about running a new national mobile licence in the United States, its chairman and chief executive said on Friday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
INMARSAT/
RTR1Y0HB 
March 07, 2008 
A man talks on a mobile phone in London March 7, 2008. British satellite operator Inmarsat is in talks... 
London, United Kingdom 
A man talks on a mobile phone in London 
A man talks on a mobile phone in London March 7, 2008. British satellite operator Inmarsat is in talks with three mobile phone operators about running a new national mobile licence in the United States, its chairman and chief executive said on Friday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
AFGHANISTAN
RTR1V1MC 
October 18, 2007 
A Canadian soldier from the NATO-led coalition calls home on a satellite phone from Sperwan Ghar base... 
SPERWAN GHAR, Afghanistan 
A Canadian soldier from the NATO-led coalition calls home on a satellite phone from Sperwan Ghar base... 
A Canadian soldier from the NATO-led coalition calls home on a satellite phone from Sperwan Ghar base in Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan, October 18, 2007. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (AFGHANISTAN) 
FRANCE/
RTR1UPX2 
October 08, 2007 
A visitor uses his mobile phone in front of Japanese television channel NHK's stand at the annual MIPCOM... 
Cannes, France 
A visitor uses his mobile phone in front of Japanese television channel NHK's stand at the annual MIPCOM... 
A visitor uses his mobile phone in front of Japanese television channel NHK's stand at the annual MIPCOM television programme market in Cannes October 8, 2007. The international film and programme market for TV, video, cable and satellite (MIPCOM) opens October 8, 2007 on the French Riviera. REUTERS/Gilbert Tourte (FRANCE) 
GREENLAND/
RTR1PZ5X 
May 22, 2007 
Dr Konrad Steffen, Director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)... 
ON THE GREENLAND ICECAP, Greenland 
Dr Steffen, Director of CIRES at the University of Colorado, talks on a satellite phone at Swiss Camp... 
Dr Konrad Steffen, Director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado, talks on a satellite phone at Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, 70 km (43 miles) northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007. Picture taken May 18, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong (GREENLAND) 
SINGTEL/ACQUISITIONS
RTR1OY6P 
April 23, 2007 
A Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A Singapore Telecommunications satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station in Singapore... 
A Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station in Singapore April 23, 2007. SingTel, Southeast Asia's largest phone firm, has started to look at possible investments in central Asia and in the Middle East, Chief Executive Officer Chua Sock Koong said on Monday. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE) 
SINGTEL/ACQUISITIONS
RTR1OXX7 
April 23, 2007 
A Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A Singapore Telecommunications satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station in Singapore... 
A Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) satellite dish is seen at Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station in Singapore April 23, 2007. SingTel, Southeast Asia's largest phone firm, has started to look at possible investments in central Asia and in the Middle East, its chief executive said on Monday. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE) 
SINGTEL/ACQUISITIONS
RTR1OXX5 
April 23, 2007 
Satellite dishes at Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station are seen... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Satellite dishes at SingTel Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station are seen in Singapore. 
Satellite dishes at Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) Bukit Timah Satellite Earth Station are seen in Singapore April 23, 2007. SingTel, Southeast Asia's largest phone firm, has started to look at possible investments in central Asia and in the Middle East, its chief executive said on Monday. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE) 
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1LAKC 
January 17, 2007 
Somalia's Commander in chief Isma'il Qasim Naji speaks on a satellite phone as warlord Mohamed Qanyare... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
Somalias Commander in chief Ismail Qasim Naji speaks on a satellite phone as warlord Mohamed Qanyare... 
Somalia's Commander in chief Isma'il Qasim Naji speaks on a satellite phone as warlord Mohamed Qanyare Afrah handed over his weapons in his Dayniile base in the capital Mogadishu January 17, 2007. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA) 
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