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MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G49
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, makes coffee in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G3V
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she walks with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares as she walks with her husband Osama and their daughter...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she walks with her husband Osama, 28, and their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G3S
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her on Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2Y
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, plays with her nine-month-old son Fares after she spoke to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi plays with her son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, plays with her nine-month-old son Fares after she spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2Q
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, sits with her nine-month-old son Fares, and daughter Khitam, 2, (L)...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi sits with son Fares and daughter Khitam as she speaks to other women about...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, sits with her nine-month-old son Fares, and daughter Khitam, 2, (L) as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2P
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, (L), carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, (L), carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she speaks to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G2L
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G13
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, breastfeeds her nine-month-old son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi breastfeeds her son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, breastfeeds her nine-month-old son Fares at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0Y
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0U
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, poses in her family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0S
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed, 28, plays with his daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed plays with his daughter Khitam at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian...
Syrian refugee Osama Mohammed, 28, plays with his daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Osama and Burooq, 21, got married 3 years ago and have two children, Khitam and Faris. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0Q
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries juice in the kitchen of the family accommodation at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTX25G0P
February 04, 2016
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi carries her son Fares while posing with her husband Osama, who is carrying...
Syrian refugee Burooq Al Zubi, 21, carries her nine-month-old son Fares as she poses with her husband Osama, 28, who is carrying their daughter Khitam, 2, at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, February 4, 2016. Burooq was diagnosed with breast cancer after the birth of Fares and is currently waiting to secure funds from the U.N to enable her to undergo a mastectomy. She spoke to other women about her experience as a breast cancer patient during an awareness seminar held by Save the Children on World Cancer Day. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
SYRIA-CRISIS/HUMANITARIAN
RTR3H6NT
March 15, 2014
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Director Anthony Lake (2nd R) gestures as he visits Syrian refugee...
Bekaa, Lebanon
UNICEF Director Anthony Lake gestures as he visits Syrian refugee children while Justin Forsyth, Chief...
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Director Anthony Lake (2nd R) gestures as he visits Syrian refugee children while Justin Forsyth, Chief Executive of Save the Children, sits next to him inside a refugee camp in Zahle, in the Bekaa Valley March 14, 2014. Syria's government has promised greater access for aid groups supporting millions of Syrians, but faster progress is needed to tackle a dire humanitarian crisis, the head of the United Nations children's agency said on Friday. Picture taken March 14, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/HUMANITARIAN
RTR3H6MR
March 15, 2014
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Executive Director Anthony Lake (3rd L) stands with Justin Forsyth...
Bekaa, Lebanon
UNICEF Executive Director Lake stands with Forsyth, CEO of Save the Children, as they visit a school...
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Executive Director Anthony Lake (3rd L) stands with Justin Forsyth (L), chief executive of Save the Children, as they visit a school inside a refugee camp in Zahle, in the Bekaa Valley March 14, 2014. Syria's government has promised greater access for aid groups supporting millions of Syrians, but faster progress is needed to tackle a dire humanitarian crisis, Lake said on Friday. Picture taken March 14, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
TORONTO/
RTXUTZ5
November 20, 2010
Canadian songwriter and multi-Grammy winner David Foster arrives with Yolanda Hadid at an exclusive Toronto...
Toronto, Canada
David Foster arrives with Yolanda Hadid at a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation...
Canadian songwriter and multi-Grammy winner David Foster arrives with Yolanda Hadid at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation November 19, 2010. The Foundation raises money to benefit families and children going through life saving organ transplants. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
TORONTO/
RTXUTZ4
November 20, 2010
Filipina singer Charice arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the...
Toronto, Canada
Filipina singer Charice arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the...
Filipina singer Charice arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation November 19, 2010. The Foundation raises money to benefit families and children going through life saving organ transplants. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
TORONTO/
RTXUTZ3
November 20, 2010
Peter Cetera arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster...
Toronto, Canada
Peter Cetera arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster...
Peter Cetera arrives at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation November 19, 2010. The Foundation raises money to benefit families and children going through life saving organ transplants. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
TORONTO/
RTXUTZ1
November 20, 2010
Canadian songwriter and multi-grammy winner David Foster arrives with Yolanda Hadid at an exclusive Toronto...
Toronto, Canada
Foster arrives with Hadid at fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation in Toronto.
Canadian songwriter and multi-grammy winner David Foster arrives with Yolanda Hadid at an exclusive Toronto estate for a fund raising event hosted by the David Foster Foundation November 19, 2010. The Foundation raises money to benefit families and children going through life saving organ transplants. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2AG4O
February 17, 2010
Bolivian indigenous women sing during the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara...
CHORITOTORA, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous sing during opening of women's center in Choritotora
Bolivian indigenous women sing during the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara village some 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of La Paz, February 17, 2010. The center has been named after Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar, a Britain-born BBC journalist killed in a car crash in Bolivia in 2007 while on her way to cover public unrest in the southern city of Sucre. The center, built by non-profit development organization Save the Children with funds donated by Lola?s family and friends, will be a place for women to meet and learn about health, education and community issues. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2AG4K
February 17, 2010
Monica Stoppleman (C), the mother of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar, shows pictures of...
CHORITOTORA, Bolivia
Monica Stoppleman shows pictures of her late daughter to indigenous women after the opening ceremony...
Monica Stoppleman (C), the mother of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar, shows pictures of her late daughter to indigenous women after the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara village some 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of La Paz, February 17, 2010. The center has been named after Lola, a Britain-born BBC journalist killed in a car crash in Bolivia in 2007 while on her way to cover public unrest in the southern city of Sucre. The center, built by non-profit development organization Save the Children with funds donated by Lola?s family and friends, will be a place for women to meet and learn about health, education and community issues. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2AG35
February 17, 2010
Bolivian indigenous women pay tribute to Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during the opening...
CHORITOTORA, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous women pay tribute to Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar in Choritotora
Bolivian indigenous women pay tribute to Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara village some 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of La Paz, February 17, 2010. The center has been named after Lola, a Britain-born BBC journalist killed in a car crash in Bolivia in 2007 while on her way to cover public unrest in the southern city of Sucre. The center, built by non-profit development organization Save the Children with funds donated by Lola?s family and friends, will be a place for women to meet and learn about health, education and community issues. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2AG2V
February 17, 2010
Bolivian indigenous women stand near a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during...
CHORITOTORA, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous women stand near a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar in...
Bolivian indigenous women stand near a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara village some 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of La Paz, February 17, 2010. The center has been named after Lola, a Britain-born BBC journalist killed in a car crash in Bolivia in 2007 while on her way to cover public unrest in the southern city of Sucre. The center, built by non-profit development organization Save the Children with funds donated by Lola?s family and friends, will be a place for women to meet and learn about health, education and community issues. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR2AG28
February 17, 2010
Bolivian indigenous women hold a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during the...
CHORITOTORA, Bolivia
Bolivian indigenous women hold a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar in Choritotora...
Bolivian indigenous women hold a photograph of Louise Lauren "Lola" Stoppleman de Almudevar during the opening ceremony of a women?s centre in Choritotora, an Aymara village some 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of La Paz, February 17, 2010. The center has been named after Lola, a Britain-born BBC journalist killed in a car crash in Bolivia in 2007 while on her way to cover public unrest in the southern city of Sucre. The center, built by non-profit development organization Save the Children with funds donated by Lola?s family and friends, will be a place for women to meet and learn about health, education and community issues. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BASEBALL/
RTR1UEMV
September 29, 2007
Tony Fernandez (L), on behalf of the Tony Fernandez Foundation, presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie...
Toronto, Canada
Tony Fernandez presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie Fund
Tony Fernandez (L), on behalf of the Tony Fernandez Foundation, presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie Fund represented by Paul Godfrey, president of the Toronto Blue Jays, at pre-game ceremonies in Toronto, September 29, 2007. The Herbie Fund provides life saving treatments and surgeries at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto, for children from around the world. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA)
BASEBALL/
RTR1UEMT
September 29, 2007
Tony Fernandez (L), on behalf of the Tony Fernandez Foundation, presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie...
Toronto, Canada
Tony Fernandez presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie Fund
Tony Fernandez (L), on behalf of the Tony Fernandez Foundation, presents a cheque for $5000 to the Herbie Fund represented by Paul Godfrey, president of the Toronto Blue Jays, at pre-game ceremonies in Toronto, September 29, 2007. The Herbie Fund provides life saving treatments and surgeries at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto, for children from around the world. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA)
BRITAIN BOND IMMUNISATION
RTR1J3Z0
November 07, 2006
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (L) greets Italian Cardinal Renato Martino at Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown greets Italian Cardinal Martino in London
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown (L) greets Italian Cardinal Renato Martino at Downing Street in London November 7, 2006. A $1 billion bond to fund life-savings for children in poor countries got off to a glittering start as the Pope joined other religious leaders and rock stars to but into the first scheme of its kind. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
PAKISTAN
RTXNYE6
November 08, 2005
A Kashmiri teacher checks the homework of schoolchildren at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad,...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
A Kashmiri teacher checks the homework of schoolchildren at the Government Girls High School in Muza.....
A Kashmiri teacher checks the homework of schoolchildren at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of [Islamabad] November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 [earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.]
PAKISTAN
RTXNYE5
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, .....
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of [Islamabad], November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 [earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.]
PAKISTAN
RTXNYE4
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, .....
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of [Islamabad], November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. [The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.]
PAKISTAN
RTXNYE3
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, .....
Kashmiri [earthquake] survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of [Islamabad], November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reopened on Tuesday one month after the October 8 earthquake. [The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake.]
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHM7
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad, November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHLB
November 08, 2005
A Kashmiri teacher checks the homework of schoolchildren at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad,...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
A Kashmiri teacher checks the homework of schoolchildren at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHDN
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad, November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHD1
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad, November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHCO
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad, November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), reopened on Tuesday, one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
QUAKE SOUTHASIA
RTR1AHCH
November 08, 2005
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend class in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors attend a class at the Government Girls High School in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (81 miles) north of Islamabad, November 8, 2005. The school, supported by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reopened on Tuesday one month after the October 8 earthquake. The United Nations and the global Red Cross/Red Crescent said on Monday that urgent cash support from the outside world was vital to save thousands of lives as winter moves in on homeless survivors of the Pakistan earthquake. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
ECONOMY EUROPE VACCINES
RTRN6RE
September 09, 2005
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown speaks with Chair of the Vaccine Fund Board Machel after...
London, UK
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown speaks with Chair of the Vaccine Fund Board Machel after...
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown speaks with Chair of the Vaccine Fund Board Machel after a news conference in London. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown (L), speaks with Chair of the Vaccine Fund Board, Graca Machel (R) after a news conference to launch the International Finance Facility for Immunisation at the Treasury in London, September 9, 2005. A new scheme to provide an extra $4 billion of life-saving vaccines to millions of children in poor countries is set to get the go - ahead in London on Friday from Brown and his counterparts from France, Italy, Spain and Sweden, before they meet the rest of their European Union colleagues at an informal meeting of EU finance ministers in Manchester in northern England. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
ECONOMY EUROPE VACCINES
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September 09, 2005
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown (C), speaks during a news conference to launch the...
London, UK
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown speaks during a news conference in London.
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown (C), speaks during a news conference to launch the International Finance Facility for Immunisation, with (L-R) Dr Lee Jong-Wook, WHO Director-General and Board Chairman of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI), Spain's Secretary of State for the Economy, David Vegara, Sweden's Finance Minister, Par Nuder, France's Finance Minister, Thierry Breton, Chair of the Vaccine Fund Board, Graca Machel and Italy's Finance Minister Domenico Siniscalco at the Treasury in London, September 9, 2005. A new scheme to provide an extra $4 billion of life-saving vaccines to millions of children in poor countries is set to get the go - ahead in London on Friday from Brown and his counterparts from France, Italy, Spain and Sweden, before they meet the rest of their European Union colleagues at an informal meeting of EU finance ministers in Manchester in northern England. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/ASA
ETHIOPIA
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May 06, 2005
Ethiopian woman holds her malnourished child at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in eastern...
Harar, Ethiopia
Ethiopian woman holds her malnourished child at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in ...
Ethiopian woman holds her malnourished child at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia. An Ethiopian woman holds her malnourished child at the Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia, May 6, 2005. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says it needs $54.6 million, from which $13 million is needed within the next 60 days, to save the lives of up to 170,000 severely malnourished children and to feed 360,000 moderately malnourished children in Ethiopia. As many as 300,000 Ethiopian children will die from malnutrition this year if donors do not come forward with food aid and money, Bjorn Ljungqvist, UNICEF's head in Ethiopia said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens
ETHIOPIA
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May 06, 2005
An Ethiopian mother and her daughter collect food donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development...
Harar, Ethiopia
Ethiopian mother and daughter collect food from a distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia....
An Ethiopian mother and her daughter collect food donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development at the Dodota distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia, May 6, 2005. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says it needs $54.6 million, from which $13 million is needed within the next 60 days, to save the lives of up to 170,000 severely malnourished children and to feed 360,000 moderately malnourished children in Ethiopia. As many as 300,000 Ethiopian children will die from malnutrition this year if donors do not come forward with food aid and money, Bjorn Ljungqvist, UNICEF's head in Ethiopia said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens AH/RSS/CCK/DH
ETHIOPIA
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May 06, 2005
A malnourished Ethiopian boy watches as food is donated by USAID at Dodota distribution centre near Harar,...
Harar, Ethiopia
A malnourished Ethiopian boy watches as food is donated by USAID at Dodota distribution centre ...
A malnourished Ethiopian boy watches as food is donated by USAID at Dodota distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia. A malnourished Ethiopian boy watches as food is donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development at Dodota distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia May 6, 2005. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says it needs $54.6 million, from which $13 million is needed within the next 60 days, to save the lives of up to 170,000 severely malnourished children and to feed 360,000 moderately malnourished children in Ethiopia. As many as 300,000 Ethiopian children will die from malnutrition this year if donors do not come forward with food aid and money, Bjorn Ljungqvist, UNICEF's head in Ethiopia said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens
ETHIOPIA
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May 06, 2005
A malnourished Ethiopian boy sits on sacks of food at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in...
Harar, Ethiopia
A malnourished Ethiopian boy sits on sacks of food at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, ......
A malnourished Ethiopian boy sits on sacks of food at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia. A malnourished Ethiopian boy sits on sacks of food donated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) at Dodota food distribution centre near Harar, in eastern Ethiopia, May 6, 2005. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says it needs $54.6 million, from which $13 million is needed within the next 60 days, to save the lives of up to 170,000 severely malnourished children and to feed 360,000 moderately malnourished children in Ethiopia. As many as 300,000 Ethiopian children will die from malnutrition this year if donors do not come forward with food aid and money, Bjorn Ljungqvist, UNICEF's head in Ethiopia said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens
BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes plays with a child who has a head wound after falling off a camel...
Wajir, Kenya
Former British soccer star John Barnes plays with a child who has a head wound after falling off a c.....
Former British soccer star John Barnes plays with a child who has a head wound after falling off a camel in northeastern Kenya February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.
BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes is welcomed by children at Buna in northeastern Kenya February...
Buna, Kenya
Former British soccer star John Barnes is welcomed by children at Buna in northeastern Kenya Februar.....
Former British soccer star John Barnes is welcomed by children at Buna in northeastern Kenya February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.
BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes holds a child at the Wajir District Hospital in northeastern Kenya,...
Wajir, Kenya
Former British soccer star John Barnes holds a child at the Wajir District Hospital in northeastern .....
Former British soccer star John Barnes holds a child at the Wajir District Hospital in northeastern Kenya, February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.
AFRICA BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes plays with a child who has a head wound after falling off a camel...
Wajir, Kenya
JOHN BARNES PLAYS WITH A CHILD IN WAJIR HOSPITAL.
Former British soccer star John Barnes plays with a child who has a head wound after falling off a camel in northeastern Kenya February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes is welcomed by children at Buna in northeastern Kenya February...
Buna, Kenya
JOHN BARNES IS WELCOMED BY CHILDREN IN BUNA.
Former British soccer star John Barnes is welcomed by children at Buna in northeastern Kenya February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 11, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes holds a child at the Wajir District Hospital in northeastern Kenya,...
Wajir, Kenya
JOHN BARNES HOLDS A CHILD AT WAJIR DISTRICT HOSPITAL.
Former British soccer star John Barnes holds a child at the Wajir District Hospital in northeastern Kenya, February 11, 2001. Hundreds of thousands of people in the region depend on relief food after two years of drought which has wiped out much of their livestock. Barnes is in Kenya to raise awareness of the work of the UK's Save the Children Fund.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 08, 2001
Former British soccer star John Barnes helps a retarded girl,11 year old Medina, to read from a board...
Dessie, Ethiopia
JOHN BARNES HELPS A MENTALLY RETARDED GIRL TO READ.
Former British soccer star John Barnes helps a retarded girl,11 year old Medina, to read from a board when he visited their school in Dessie town 300 kilometres north of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia February 8, 2001. Barnes is in Ethiopia to raise awareness of UK's Save the Children Fund. Although Ethiopia and most parts of the horn of Africa had a good harvest, Aid workers are saying nothern Ethiopia alone needs 650,000 metric tonnes of food to avoid a repeat of last years devastating famine.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 08, 2001
Former British soccer player John Barnes shows a group of Ethiopian boys how to control a soccer ball...
Dessie, Ethiopia
JOHN BARNES SHOWS ETHIOPIAN BOYS HOW TO CONTROL A SOCCER BALL.
Former British soccer player John Barnes shows a group of Ethiopian boys how to control a soccer ball after they flagged him down during a visit to Dessie town 300 kilometres north of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia February 8, 2001. Barnes is in Ethiopia to raise awareness for the Save the Children Fund.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 07, 2001
Former British soccer player John Barnes places his sunglasses on an Ethiopian boy at a feeding centre...
Estayesh, Ethiopia
FORMER SOCCER PLAYER JOHN BARNES POSES WITH ETHIOPIAN CHILDREN.
Former British soccer player John Barnes places his sunglasses on an Ethiopian boy at a feeding centre run by the Save the Children Fund aid agency of the United Kingdom at Estayesh in Ethiopia February 7, 2001. Although Ethiopia and most parts of the horn of Africa had a good harvest, Aid workers are saying northern Ethiopia alone needs 650,000 metric tonnes of food to avoid a repeat of last year's devastating famine.

GMM
AFRICA BARNES
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February 07, 2001
Former British soccer star, John Barnes (in glasses) poses with Ethiopian children at a feeding centre...
Alal, Ethiopia
JOHN BARNES POSSES WITH ETHIOPIAN CHILDREN.
Former British soccer star, John Barnes (in glasses) poses with Ethiopian children at a feeding centre run by Save the Children Fund aid agency of the United Kingdom at Estayesh in northern Wollo province in Ethiopia February 7, 2001. Although Ethiopia and most parts of the horn of Africa had a good harvest, aid workers say northern Ethiopia alone needs 650,000 metric tonnes of food to avoid a repeat of last years devastating famine.

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AFRICA BARNES
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February 07, 2001
A home guard protects wheat flour rations donated by the United States at a feeding centre run by Save...
Alal, Ethiopia
A HOMEGUARD PROTECTS FOOD RELIEF STORED IN A DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSE.
A home guard protects wheat flour rations donated by the United States at a feeding centre run by Save the Children Fund aid agency of Britain at Estayesh, in northern parts of Wollo province in Ethiopia February 7, 2001. Although Ethiopia and most parts of the horn of Africa had a good harvest, aid workers are saying nothern Ethiopia alone needs 650,000 metric tonnes of food to avoid a repeat of last years devastating famine.

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ROMANIA BRITAIN
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October 11, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne (L) watches the work of a Romanian girl attending a painting class during the...
Bucharest, Germany
BRITISH PRINCESS ANNE VISITS ROMANIA.
Britain's Princess Anne (L) watches the work of a Romanian girl attending a painting class during the opening ceremony for a new British Council building in Bucharest October 11, 2000. Princess Anne is associated with more than 200 charities, regiments and organizations, among them the Save the Children Fund, of which she is president. She leaves Romania on Thursday.

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ROMANIA BRITAIN
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October 11, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne inaugurates a new British Council building in Bucharest October 11, 2000. Princess...
Bucharest, Germany
BRITISH PRINCESS ANNE IN BUCHAREST.
Britain's Princess Anne inaugurates a new British Council building in Bucharest October 11, 2000. Princess Anne is associated with more than 200 charities, regiments and organizations, among them the Save the Children Fund, of which she is president. She leaves Romania on Thursday.

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RUMANIA BRITAIN
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October 11, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne chats with Romanian President Emil Constantinescu and Premier Mugur Isarescu...
Bucharest, Germany
BRITISH PRINCESS ANNE MEETS RUMANIAN PRESIDENT EMIL CONSTANTINESCU.
Britain's Princess Anne chats with Romanian President Emil Constantinescu and Premier Mugur Isarescu (RtoL) during the opening ceremony for a new British Council building in Bucharest October 11, 2000. Princess Anne is associated with more than 200 charities, regiments and organizations, among them the Save the Children Fund, of which she is president. She leaves Romania on Thursday.

AKW
MONGOLIA
RTXJTP1
July 01, 2000
Mongolian street kids, who left their families due to poverty and domestic violence, wait at an education...
Gachuurt, Mongolia
Mongolian street kids, who left their families due to poverty and domestic violence, wait at an educ.....
Mongolian street kids, who left their families due to poverty and domestic violence, wait at an education camp run by the Save the Children Fund near Gachuurt, about 40kms east of capital Ulan Bator, June 30. The poverty rates of Mongolia had more than doubled since 1991. [Mongolians are preparing to vote on Sunday in an election which may bring their former Communist rulers back to power after a decade of democracy. The opposition Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP), who ruled for 75 years until the last election in 1996, are in the lead in the polls, capitalising on widespread disillusion with the ruling Democratic Coalition after four cabinet resignations and a series of corruption scandal. ]
MONGOLIA ELECTION
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July 01, 2000
Mongolian street kids, who left their families due to poverty and domestic violence, wait at an education...
Ulan Bator, Mongolia
IMPOVERISHED MONGOLIAN BOYS WAIT AT EDUCATION CAMP NEAR GACHUURT.
Mongolian street kids, who left their families due to poverty and domestic violence, wait at an education camp run by the Save the Children Fund near Gachuurt, about 40kms east of capital Ulan Bator, June 30. The poverty rates of Mongolia had more than doubled since 1991. Mongolians are preparing to vote on Sunday in an election which may bring their former Communist rulers back to power after a decade of democracy. The opposition Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP), who ruled for 75 years until the last election in 1996, are in the lead in the polls, capitalising on widespread disillusion with the ruling Democratic Coalition after four cabinet resignations and a series of corruption scandal.

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SRILANKA NORWAY PEACE
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June 27, 2000
An employee of the Save the Children Fund office in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo points to a car that...
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
EMPLOYEE OF THE SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND IN THE SRILANKA POINTS TO A DAMAGED CAR.
An employee of the Save the Children Fund office in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo points to a car that was damaged when a grenade was thrown outside its premises early on June 27. The attack at the organisation, which is partly funded by Norway, comes with the arrival of Norwegian special envoy Erik Solheim to Colombo for talks with the goverment to end the island's protracted ethnic conflict. Norway has offered to host talks between Sri Lanka and the Tamil Tiger rebels.

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