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CROATIA/
RTR3V75Y 
June 23, 2014 
A diver swims near the command bridge of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town... 
ROVINJ, Croatia 
A diver swims near the command bridge of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town... 
A diver swims near the command bridge of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town of Rovinj June 22, 2014. The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Baron Gautsch, an Austro-Hungarian steamboat which sank in the northern Croatian Adriatic sea, will be marked on August 13, 2014. The ship, originally used to service passenger lines, had been leased by the Austro-Hungarian Army following the July 1914 outbreak of World War One to transport troops, only to run into a friendly minefield off the Brijuni islands less than a month later. Estimates say between 240 and 390 people perished in the sinking, making it one of the biggest losses of life in World War One. Today the shipwreck lies at a depth of 40 metres off the coast of Rovinj and is said to be the most popular site for divers in the Adriatic. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL MARITIME) 
CROATIA/
RTR3V74S 
June 23, 2014 
A diver swims near the bow of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town of Rovinj June... 
ROVINJ, Croatia 
A diver swims near the bow of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town of Rovinj 
A diver swims near the bow of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town of Rovinj June 22, 2014. The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Baron Gautsch, an Austro-Hungarian steamboat which sank in the northern Croatian Adriatic sea, will be marked on August 13, 2014. The ship, originally used to service passenger lines, had been leased by the Austro-Hungarian Army following the July 1914 outbreak of World War One to transport troops, only to run into a friendly minefield off the Brijuni islands less than a month later. Estimates say between 240 and 390 people perished in the sinking, making it one of the biggest losses of life in World War One. Today the shipwreck lies at a depth of 40 metres off the coast of Rovinj and is said to be the most popular site for divers in the Adriatic. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
WWI Centenary
WWI Centenary 
WWI - Exploring Sunken Warships - 19 June 2014 
25 PICTURES 
BRITAIN/
RTR3ULU1 
June 19, 2014 
A diver illuminates a gun on the deck of SMS Coln, a German WWI warship at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands,... 
ORKNEY, United Kingdom 
A diver illuminates a gun on the deck of SMS Coln, a German WWI warship at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands,... 
A diver illuminates a gun on the deck of SMS Coln, a German WWI warship at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands, Scotland May 8, 2014. During both World Wars, Scapa Flow was an important British naval base, and the site of significant loss of life. Following the end of World War One, 74 German warships were interned there, and on June 21, 1919 most were deliberately sunk, or scuttled, at the orders of German Rear Admiral Ludwig Von Reuter, who mistakenly thought that the Armistice had broken down and wanted to prevent the British from using the ships. Now Scapa Flow is a popular site for divers, who explore the few wrecks that still remain at the bottom. The year 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. Picture taken May 8, 2014. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY MARITIME TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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SINGAPORE/
RTX180NN 
January 30, 2014 
Divers perform a dragon dance as they "bless" the shipwreck habitat of the S.E.A. Aquarium as part of... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Divers perform a dragon dance as they "bless" the shipwreck habitat of the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore... 
Divers perform a dragon dance as they "bless" the shipwreck habitat of the S.E.A. Aquarium as part of the festive Chinese New Year celebrations in Sentosa, Singapore January 30, 2014. The Lunar New Year, which welcomes the year of the horse, falls on Friday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTX16UWO 
December 27, 2013 
Children watch zookeepers Andreas Steffens and Heidrun Rohrs as they clean the aquarium's pane during... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Children watch zookeepers Steffens and Rohrs as they clean aquarium's pane during animal stocktaking... 
Children watch zookeepers Andreas Steffens and Heidrun Rohrs as they clean the aquarium's pane during an animal stocktaking at the Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg December 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS) 
KOREA/
RTX16BVR 
December 10, 2013 
A diver dressed in a Santa Claus costume swims with sardines during a promotional event for the Christmas... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A diver dressed in a Santa Claus costume swims with sardines during a promotional event in Seoul 
A diver dressed in a Santa Claus costume swims with sardines during a promotional event for the Christmas "Sardines Feeding Show with Santa Claus" at the Coex Aquarium in Seoul December 10, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTX1620Z 
December 03, 2013 
A diver dressed as Santa Claus rings the bell next to a ray inside a fish tank at the Sea Life aquarium... 
Berlin, Germany 
A diver dressed as Santa Claus rings the bell next to a ray inside a fish tank at the Sea Life aquarium... 
A diver dressed as Santa Claus rings the bell next to a ray inside a fish tank at the Sea Life aquarium in Berlin, December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RED-SEA/PHOTOS
RTX14RLZ 
October 28, 2013 
A model breathes from a scuba tank during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in the resort city... 
Eilat, Israel 
A model breathes from a scuba tank during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in Eilat 
A model breathes from a scuba tank during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in the resort city of Eilat October 23, 2013. A shipwreck was a popular location at this year's Eilat Red Sea shootout, where underwater photographers from around the world hussled for three days to capture the best images. Picture taken October 23, 2013. REUTERS/Gabriel Rif (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION ENTERTAINMENT TRAVEL SPORT DIVING) 
RED-SEA/PHOTOS
RTX14RL7 
October 28, 2013 
A model opens her mouth to breathe from a scuba tank as Israeli photographer Johannes Felten (L) takes... 
Eilat, Israel 
A model opens her mouth to breathe from a scuba tank during an underwater photo shoot in Eilat 
A model opens her mouth to breathe from a scuba tank as Israeli photographer Johannes Felten (L) takes pictures during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in the resort city of Eilat October 22, 2013. A shipwreck was a popular location at this year's Eilat Red Sea shootout, where underwater photographers from around the world hussled for three days to capture the best images. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Gabriel Rif (ISRAEL - Tags: FASHION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT SPORT DIVING TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RED-SEA/PHOTOS
RTX14RL0 
October 28, 2013 
A model breathes from a scuba tank as Israeli photographer Johannes Felten (back to camera) takes pictures... 
Eilat, Israel 
A model breathes from a scuba tank during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in Eilat 
A model breathes from a scuba tank as Israeli photographer Johannes Felten (back to camera) takes pictures during an underwater photo shoot in the Red Sea in the resort city of Eilat October 22, 2013. A shipwreck was a popular location at this year's Eilat Red Sea shootout, where underwater photographers from around the world hussled for three days to capture the best images. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Gabriel Rif (ISRAEL - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SPORT DIVING ENVIRONMENT FASHION SOCIETY) 
GALAPAGOS/
RTX135DD 
September 03, 2013 
A scuba diver takes pictures of a turtle close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19,... 
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 
A scuba diver takes pictures of a turtle close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve 
A scuba diver takes pictures of a turtle close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken August 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS) 
GALAPAGOS/
RTX135DB 
September 03, 2013 
A scuba diver watches a shark close to Darwin Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 20, 2013. Picture... 
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 
A scuba diver watches a shark close to Darwin Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve 
A scuba diver watches a shark close to Darwin Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 20, 2013. Picture taken August 20, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TRAVEL) 
GALAPAGOS/
RTX135CN 
September 03, 2013 
A scuba diver swims next to a Leather Bass close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19,... 
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 
A scuba diver swims next to a Leather Bass close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve 
A scuba diver swims next to a Leather Bass close to Wolf Island at Galapagos Marine Reserve August 19, 2013. Picture taken August 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTX10ZNQ 
June 25, 2013 
Divers prepare for an underwater party as a small shark swims past, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations... 
Sydney, Australia 
Divers prepare for an underwater party as a small shark swims past, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations... 
Divers prepare for an underwater party as a small shark swims past, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of Sydney Aquarium in central Sydney June 25, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
EGYPT/
RTX10U6Q 
June 19, 2013 
A guided tourist (L) is seen with a trainer in Giftun island in Hurghada, about 464 km (288 miles) from... 
Hurghada, Egypt 
A guided tourist is seen with a trainer in Giftun island in Hurghada 
A guided tourist (L) is seen with a trainer in Giftun island in Hurghada, about 464 km (288 miles) from the capital Cairo, June 19, 2013. Egypt's tourism minister tendered his resignation on Tuesday over President Mohamed Mursi's decision to appoint as governor of Luxor, a member of a hardline Islamist group blamed for slaughtering 58 tourists there in 1997. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL) 
SRILANKA-WHALE/
RTXYAHR 
April 06, 2013 
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern... 
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka 
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa 
A snorkeler swims towards sperm whales diving into the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern Sri Lanka, March 29, 2013. The southern tip of Sri Lanka, where the deep waters of the continental shelf is close to the shore, is one of the few locations in the world to see dolphins, whales and other creatures of the deep. Since the end of the 25 years civil war in 2009, tourists are returning to the island to enjoy its natural beauty and catch a rare glimpse of the elusive whales. Picture taken March 29, 2013. REUTERS/David Loh (SRI LANKA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SRILANKA-WHALE/
RTXYAHO 
April 06, 2013 
A sperm whale swims in the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern Sri Lanka, April 3, 2013.... 
MIRISSA, Sri Lanka 
A sperm whale swims in the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa 
A sperm whale swims in the deep blue sea off the coast of Mirissa, in southern Sri Lanka, April 3, 2013. The southern tip of Sri Lanka, where the deep waters of the continental shelf is close to the shore, is one of the few locations in the world to see dolphins, whales and other creatures of the deep. Since the end of the 25 years civil war in 2009, tourists are returning to the island to enjoy its natural beauty and catch a rare glimpse of the elusive whales. Picture taken April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Barton (SRI LANKA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
MEXICO/
RTR3FB89 
March 22, 2013 
Mexican sewer diver Julio Cu Camara, 52, is lowered down in a cage during a dive at the city's drainage... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican sewer diver Julio Cu Camara is lowered down in a cage during a dive at the city's drainage system... 
Mexican sewer diver Julio Cu Camara, 52, is lowered down in a cage during a dive at the city's drainage system plant in Mexico City March 21, 2013. Cu Camara's job involves diving in the city's sewage system to clear blockages and repair infrastructure, on an average of four times a month, for about 30 minutes to six hours depending on the amount of work needed. Cu Camara, who started working as a sewer diver 30 years ago, uses a diving suit and helmet that weigh more than 40 kg to protect him during his dives. During his working experience, he has found dead humans, horses, weapons and car parts among other things. Mexico City has a drainage system which measures more than 7,456 miles (12,014 km) long. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
PHILIPPINES-WHALESHARKS/
RTR3EVHE 
March 12, 2013 
A scuba diver swims near a whale shark as it approaches a paddleboat off the beach of Tan-awan, Oslob,... 
OSLOB, Philippines 
A scuba diver swims near a whale shark as it approaches a paddleboat off the beach of Tan-awan 
A scuba diver swims near a whale shark as it approaches a paddleboat off the beach of Tan-awan, Oslob, in the southern Philippines island of Cebu, March 1 2013. Tan-awan, in the southern Philippines island of Cebu, used to be a sleepy village that never saw tourists unless they were lost or in transit. Yet now they flock there by the hundreds - to swim with whale sharks, the world's largest fish. Whale sharks are lured to the Tan-awan coastline of the Oslob district by fishermen who hand feed them small shrimp, drawing divers and snorkelers to see the highly sought-after animals, known as gentle giants of the sea. But the practice has sparked fierce debate on the internet and among biologists, who decry it as unnatural. Picture taken March 1, 2013. REUTERS/David Loh (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ESTONIA/
RTR3CEC8 
January 13, 2013 
Divers play underwater checkers in Kaerepere January 13, 2013. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags:... 
Estonia 
Divers play underwater checkers in Kaerepere 
Divers play underwater checkers in Kaerepere January 13, 2013. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
USA/
RTR3C845 
January 08, 2013 
Scuba divers head off for a beach dive as surfers head in from the waves in La Jolla, California, January... 
La Jolla, UNITED STATES 
Scuba divers head off for a beach dive as surfers head in from the waves in La Jolla, California 
Scuba divers head off for a beach dive as surfers head in from the waves in La Jolla, California, January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
THAILAND/
RTR3BNZA 
December 17, 2012 
A diver dressed in Santa Claus outfit swims next to leopard sharks at Siam Ocean World during the Christmas... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A diver dressed in Santa Claus outfit swims next to a leopard sharks at Siam Ocean World in Bangkok 
A diver dressed in Santa Claus outfit swims next to leopard sharks at Siam Ocean World during the Christmas season in Bangkok December 17, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR3AFHL 
November 15, 2012 
A professional diver wearing a Santa Claus suit feeds sharks inside a giant aquarium as part of celebrations... 
Manila, Philippines 
A professional diver wearing a Santa Claus suit feeds sharks inside a giant aquarium as part of celebrations... 
A professional diver wearing a Santa Claus suit feeds sharks inside a giant aquarium as part of celebrations for Christmas at the Manila Ocean Park, November 15, 2012. The Philippines, a mainly Roman Catholic country in Southeast Asia, celebrates one of the longest Christmas holiday in the world playing Christmas carols in shopping malls in September and putting up lantern and fireworks early in December. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
FRANCE/
RTR3A9MZ 
November 11, 2012 
French diver Pierre Frolla, a four-time apnea diving world champion, swims with sharks after a projection... 
Paris, France 
Pierre Frolla, four-time apnea diving world champion, swims with sharks at the Aquarium of Paris 
French diver Pierre Frolla, a four-time apnea diving world champion, swims with sharks after a projection of the film "In the eyes of sharks" (Dans les Yeux des requins) at the Aquarium of Paris November 11, 2012. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY SPORT) 
EGYPT/
RTR38R2R 
October 03, 2012 
Divers look at coral reefs in the Red Sea resort of Dahab, Sinai, October 3, 2012. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih... 
Dahab, Egypt 
Divers look at coral reefs in the Red Sea resort of Dahab, Sinai 
Divers look at coral reefs in the Red Sea resort of Dahab, Sinai, October 3, 2012. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
EGYPT/
RTR38PHW 
October 02, 2012 
Divers dive in the popular diving area called the Blue Hole, in Dahab, Sinai, October 2, 2012. REUTERS/Asmaa... 
Dahab, Egypt 
Divers dive in the popular diving area called the Blue Hole, in Dahab, Sinai 
Divers dive in the popular diving area called the Blue Hole, in Dahab, Sinai, October 2, 2012. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTR32DYI 
May 21, 2012 
Divers Martin Garwood (L) and Amanda Elzer enjoy an 'underwater morning tea' at the Sydney Aquarium May... 
Sydney, Australia 
Divers Garwood and Elzer enjoy an 'underwater morning tea' at the Sydney Aquarium 
Divers Martin Garwood (L) and Amanda Elzer enjoy an 'underwater morning tea' at the Sydney Aquarium May 21, 2012. The divers enjoyed an 'underwater tea' to support a Cancer Council initiative to raise money for cancer research. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CUBA/
RTR309E2 
April 02, 2012 
Scuba divers swim over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160... 
Playa Giron, Cuba 
Scuba divers swim over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron 
Scuba divers swim over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160 km (100 miles) south-east of Havana, in central Cuba April 1, 2012. Picture taken April 1. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (CUBA - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY MARITIME) 
CUBA/
RTR309E0 
April 02, 2012 
A scuba diver swims over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160... 
Playa Giron, Cuba 
A scuba diver swims over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron 
A scuba diver swims over the wreck of a boat along the coast of Playa Giron, near the Bay of Pigs, 160 km (100 miles) south-east of Havana, in central Cuba April 1, 2012. Picture taken April 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY MARITIME ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC5Q 
February 23, 2012 
Defense attorney Brett Bloomston (L) cross examines witness Tom Jackson at Gabe Watson's capital murder... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Defense attorney Bloomston cross examines witness Jackson at Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel... 
Defense attorney Brett Bloomston (L) cross examines witness Tom Jackson at Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC5L 
February 23, 2012 
Glenda Watson, mother of Gabe Watson, reacts during the testimony of Tommy Thomas, father of the deceased... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Glenda Watson, mother of Gabe Watson, reacts during her son's trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice... 
Glenda Watson, mother of Gabe Watson, reacts during the testimony of Tommy Thomas, father of the deceased Tina Watson, at her son's trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Gabe Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC53 
February 23, 2012 
Kim Watson (front R) smiles after her husband Gabe Watson was acquitted of capital murder charges at... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Kim Watson smiles after her husband was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey Criminal... 
Kim Watson (front R) smiles after her husband Gabe Watson was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC4Z 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim leave the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center after he was acquitted of capital... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson aquitted of capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,... 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim leave the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center after he was acquitted of capital murder charges in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife Tina on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC4U 
February 23, 2012 
Defense attorney Brett Bloomston (front L) speaks to the media after his client Gabe Watson (back L)... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Defense attorney Bloomston speaks to media after his client was acquitted of capital murder charges at... 
Defense attorney Brett Bloomston (front L) speaks to the media after his client Gabe Watson (back L) was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC4Q 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson (L) stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Watson stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey... 
Gabe Watson (L) stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC4O 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson (L) stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Watson stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey... 
Gabe Watson (L) stands with his family members after he was acquitted of capital murder charges at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted the Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC4K 
February 23, 2012 
Prosecuting attorney Don Valeska enters the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the trial of Gabe... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Prosecuting attorney Valeska enters Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham 
Prosecuting attorney Don Valeska enters the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the trial of Gabe Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC3Y 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson is seen with his wife Kim after he was acquitted of capital murder charges of his ex-wife... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson is seen with his wife Kim after he was acquitted of capital murder charges of his ex-wife... 
Gabe Watson is seen with his wife Kim after he was acquitted of capital murder charges of his ex-wife Tina Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Gabe Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC2N 
February 23, 2012 
Kim Watson, the wife of Gabe Watson, attends her husband's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Kim Watson, the wife of Gabe Watson, attends her husband's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal... 
Kim Watson, the wife of Gabe Watson, attends her husband's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, accused of killing his first wife Tina on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC29 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson (2nd L), his wife Kim and his defense team leave the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson aquitted of capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,... 
Gabe Watson (2nd L), his wife Kim and his defense team leave the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012, after he was acquitted of capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC12 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim leave Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson aquitted of capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,... 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim leave Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012 after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC0U 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson (L) celebrates with family members after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson aquitted of capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,... 
Gabe Watson (L) celebrates with family members after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama. February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
RTR2YC0M 
February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson (C) celebrates with family members after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson aquitted of capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham,... 
Gabe Watson (C) celebrates with family members after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama. February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
USA-HONEYMOON/DROWNING
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February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson hugs his wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina at... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson hugs his wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina at... 
Gabe Watson hugs his wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama. February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Gabe Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson hugs wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina Mel Bailey... 
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Gabe Watson hugs wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina Mel Bailey... 
Gabe Watson hugs wife Kim after he was acquitted of Capital murder charges of his ex wife Tina Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama. February 23, 2012. A judge on Thursday acquitted Gabe Watson, an Alabama man accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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February 23, 2012 
Judge Tommy Nail listens to prosecuting attorney Don Valeska's arguments during Gabe Watson's capital... 
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Judge Nail listens to prosecuting attorney Valeska's arguments during Watson's capital murder trial at... 
Judge Tommy Nail listens to prosecuting attorney Don Valeska's arguments during Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Judge Nail on Thursday acquitted Watson who was accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Judge Tommy Nail (L) listens on as witness Tom Jackson testifies for the prosecution at the Gabe Watson's... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Judge Tommy Nail listens on as witness Tom Jackson testifies for the prosecution at the Gabe Watson's... 
Judge Tommy Nail (L) listens on as witness Tom Jackson testifies for the prosecution at the Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Judge Nail on Thursday acquitted Gabe Watson who was accused of killing his new wife on a honeymoon scuba dive trip in Australia, saying prosecutors failed to establish she had been intentionally slain. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Tommy Thomas, the father of deceased Tina Watson, waits outside prior to the trial of Gabe Watson's capital... 
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Tommy Thomas waits to enter the Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice... 
Tommy Thomas, the father of deceased Tina Watson, waits outside prior to the trial of Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Prosecutors accuse Gabe Watson of drowning his first wife Tina in 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply while scuba diving, but defense attorneys say the woman's death was a tragic accident resulting from panic, fatigue and heavy currents in the Great Barrier Reef. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Tommy Thomas, the father of deceased Tina Watson, testifies during the trial of Gabe Watson's capital... 
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Tommy Thomas testifies at Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center... 
Tommy Thomas, the father of deceased Tina Watson, testifies during the trial of Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Prosecutors accuse Gabe Watson of drowning his first wife Tina in 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply while scuba diving, but defense attorneys say the woman's death was a tragic accident resulting from panic, fatigue and heavy currents in the Great Barrier Reef. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his... 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his capital murder trial in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Prosecutors accuse Gabe Watson of drowning his first wife Tina in 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply while scuba diving, but defense attorneys say the woman's death was a tragic accident resulting from panic, fatigue and heavy currents in the Great Barrier Reef. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson enters the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his capital murder... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson enters the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his capital murder... 
Gabe Watson enters the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his capital murder trial in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Prosecutors accuse Gabe Watson of drowning his first wife Tina in 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply while scuba diving, but defense attorneys say the woman's death was a tragic accident resulting from panic, fatigue and heavy currents in the Great Barrier Reef. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 23, 2012 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his... 
Gabe Watson and his wife Kim enter the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center for the continuation of his capital murder trial in Birmingham, Alabama February 23, 2012. Prosecutors accuse Gabe Watson of drowning his first wife Tina in 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply while scuba diving, but defense attorneys say the woman's death was a tragic accident resulting from panic, fatigue and heavy currents in the Great Barrier Reef. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Wade Singleton (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Wade Singleton testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond during Watson's capital murder... 
Wade Singleton (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Wade Singleton (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Wade Singleton testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond during Gabe Watson's capital... 
Wade Singleton (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Wade Singleton, dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Wade Singleton testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond during Gabe Watson's capital... 
Wade Singleton, dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, testifies to the assistant prosecuting attorney Tina Hammond on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Uzi Barnai (R), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Uzi Barnai is cross examined by defense lawyer Brett Bloomston on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder... 
Uzi Barnai (R), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, is cross examined by defense lawyer Brett Bloomston on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Uzi Barnai (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Uzi Barnai is cross examined by defense lawyer Brett Bloomston on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder... 
Uzi Barnai (L), dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, is cross examined by defense lawyer Brett Bloomston on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Wade Singleton, dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Wade Singleton testifies on the sixth day of Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal... 
Wade Singleton, dive leader of the Spoilsport which is the boat Gabe and Tina Watson took their dive on, testifies on the sixth day of Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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February 20, 2012 
Uzi Barnai, dive leader on the boat the Spoilsport, testifies his account on the sixth day of Gabe Watson's... 
Birmingham, UNITED STATES 
Uzi Barnai testifies on the sixth day of Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal... 
Uzi Barnai, dive leader on the boat the Spoilsport, testifies his account on the sixth day of Gabe Watson's capital murder trial at the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, Alabama February 20, 2012. Watson, 34, is accused of drowning his 26-year-old wife Tina in October 2003 by turning off her oxygen supply during their post-wedding scuba diving trip in the waters off Townsville, Australia. Watson served 18 months in an Australian jail after pleading guilty to failing to do enough to help his wife, and is now being tried for murder in Birmingham, Alabama, where the couple got married. The prosecution plans to call witnesses from both countries, including overseas investigators, dive experts and fellow divers on the Watsons' trip. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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