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THAILAND-CAMBODIA/
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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)
HAITI/
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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)
SRI LANKA
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January 01, 2005
Tuuyahandi Ramalavathi, who came from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives...
Aluthwala, Sri Lanka
Tuuyahandi Ramalavathi, who came from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, recei.....
Tuuyahandi Ramalavathi, who came from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from a Red Cross volunteer in the inland town of Aluthwala, to call her sister in Kuwait by satphone January 1, 2005. A legion of ships and planes delivered aid to millions of Asian tsunami survivors on Saturday as New Year celebrations around the world paused to mourn victims of one of the worst disasters in living memory that has killed 124,622 so far.
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January 01, 2005
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from...
Aluthwala, Sri Lanka
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives ...
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from a Red Cross volunteer to call her relatives in Kuwait by satphone. Dewa Sriyawathie (L), who came from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from a Red Cross volunteer in the inland town of Aluthwala, to call her relatives in Kuwait by satphone January 1, 2005. A legion of ships and planes delivered aid to millions of Asian tsunami survivors on Saturday as New Year celebrations around the world paused to mourn victims of one of the worst disasters in living memory that had killed 124,622 so far. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SRI LANKA QUAKE
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January 01, 2005
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from...
Aluthwala, Sri Lanka
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives ...
Tsunami survivor from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from a Red Cross volunteer to call her sister in Kuwait by satphone. Tuuyahandi Ramalavathi, who came from the devastated Sri Lanka's coastal village of Seenigama, receives assistance from a Red Cross volunteer in the inland town of Aluthwala, to call her sister in Kuwait by satphone January 1, 2005. A legion of ships and planes delivered aid to millions of Asian tsunami survivors on Saturday as New Year celebrations around the world paused to mourn victims of one of the worst disasters in living memory that has killed 124,622 so far. REUTERS/Yves Herman
COLOMBIA HOSTAGES
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November 24, 2003
German hostage Reinhilt Weigel (C) talks by a satphone while Spaniard
Asier Huegun (red shirt) looks...
Valledupar, Colombia - Republic of
HOSTAGE WEIGEL TALKS BY SATPHONE AFTER BEING FREED IN COLOMBIA.
German hostage Reinhilt Weigel (C) talks by a satphone while Spaniard
Asier Huegun (red shirt) looks on, in Valledupar, Colombia, November
24, 2003 after they were freed by rebels of the National Liberation
Army (ELN). Marxist rebels released the German and Spanish backpackers
they kidnapped more than two months ago, handing them over to a
humanitarian commission, the Red Cross said. Huegun and Weigel boarded
a Red Cross helicopter that picked them up in a secret jungle location
and headed for the northern Colombian city of Valledupar.
REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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YEAREND PICTURES
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April 08, 2002
The head of the interim Afghan government Hamid Karzai speaks on a
satellite phone in Bamiyan April...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
The head of the interim Afghan government Hamid Karzai speaks on a
satellite phone in Bamiyan April 9, 2002. Karzai went on Tuesday to
Bamiyan Province where three mass graves have been reported which
residents say are filled with people killed while the Taliban
controlled the region. REUTERS/Salahuddin Sayed

PA/FMS
ATTACK AFGHAN ISAF
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January 26, 2002
Commander of the Spanish troops in Afghanistan Lt Colonel Alfonso Juez
speaks on a mobile satphone shortly...
Kabul, Afghanistan
COMMANDER OF SPANISH TROOPS COLONEL JUEZ AT KABUL'S AIRPORT.
Commander of the Spanish troops in Afghanistan Lt Colonel Alfonso Juez
speaks on a mobile satphone shortly after his arrival at Kabul's
airport on January 26, 2002. Two planes landed in Kabul, taking the
first group of 54 Spanish soldiers, as part of the International
Security Assistance Force (ISAF). REUTERS/Oleg Popov

OP/GB
ATTACK AFGHAN
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January 15, 2002
An Italian soldier speaks on a satellite telephone shortly after his
arrival at Bagram International...
Bagram, Afghanistan
AN ITALIAN SOLDIER SPEAKS ON A SATPHONE AT BAGRAM AIRPORT.
An Italian soldier speaks on a satellite telephone shortly after his
arrival at Bagram International airport on January 15, 2002. A group of
first Italian soldiers arrived in Afghanistan to take part in the
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). REUTERS/Oleg Popov

OP/CLH/
ATTACK AFGHAN
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January 15, 2002
An Italian soldier speaks on a satellite telephone shortly after his
arrival at Bagram International...
Bagram, Afghanistan
AN ITALIAN SOLDIER SPEAKS ON A SATPHONE AT BAGRAM AIRPORT.
An Italian soldier speaks on a satellite telephone shortly after his
arrival at Bagram International airport on January 15, 2002. A group of
the first Italian soldiers arrived in Afghanistan to take part in the
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). REUTERS/Oleg Popov

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COLOMBIA PEACE
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January 13, 2002
United Nations Secretary-General's Acting Special Adviser for Colombia,
James LeMoyne of the U.S., talks...
Los Pozos, Colombia - Republic of
UN SECRETARY GENERAL'S ENVOY FOR COLOMBIA LEMOYNE TALKS BY SATPHONE
DURING A PEACE MEETING IN LOS POZOS....
United Nations Secretary-General's Acting Special Adviser for Colombia,
James LeMoyne of the U.S., talks by a satellite phone during a peace
meeting in Los Pozos, January 13, 2002. Colombia's Marxist FARC rebels
declared a three-year-old peace process dead on Sunday, saying they
would vacate major towns in their demilitarized enclave as thousands of
troops, tanks and jets readied to storm the zone on the night of
January 14. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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