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COSTA-SHIP
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March 01, 2012
A passenger (C) looks for his bags after alighting from the Costa Allegra cruise ship at Mahe port in...
SEYCHELLES, Seychelles
A passenger looks for his bags after alighting from the Costa Allegra cruise ship in Seychelles Island...
A passenger (C) looks for his bags after alighting from the Costa Allegra cruise ship at Mahe port in Seychelles Island March 1, 2012. The crippled Costa cruise line with more than 1,000 people on board arrived at the capital of Seychelles on Thursday after three days at sea without power. A French tuna fishing boat towed the stricken Costa Allegra towards the port in Victoria, where a line of ambulances, a Red Cross medical team and a fleet of small buses awaited the arrival of the liner.REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (SEYCHELLES ISLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT MARITIME DISASTER TRAVEL BUSINESS)
SEYCHELLES/
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November 18, 2009
Fish lie on a boat at port Victoria, on the Seychelles island of Mahe, November 18, 2009. REUTERS/Susana...
Victoria, Seychelles
Fish lie on a boat at port Victoria, on the Seychelles island of Mahe
Fish lie on a boat at port Victoria, on the Seychelles island of Mahe, November 18, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SEYCHELLES SOCIETY)
SEYCHELLES-CRISIS/
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January 27, 2009
A general view shows tourists on the sandy beaches outside the Seychelles capital Victoria January 17,...
Victoria, Seychelles
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A general view shows tourists on the sandy beaches outside the Seychelles capital Victoria January 17, 2009. The Indian Ocean islands are in the midst of a severe economic crisis, prompted by the global financial downturn on top of years of unsustainable borrowing. This year, the Seychelles economy is predicted to shrink by at least 0.5 percent according to the country's central bank, compared to 3.1 percent growth in 2008. Picture taken January 17, 2009. To match feature SEYCHELLES-CRISIS/ REUTERS/Richard Lough (SEYCHELLES)
SEYCHELLES
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January 21, 2009
Tourists shop in the streets of Victoria January 21, 2009. Seychelles continues to enjoy patronage from...
Victoria, Seychelles
Tourists shop in the streets of Victoria
Tourists shop in the streets of Victoria January 21, 2009. Seychelles continues to enjoy patronage from its European tourism market despite the global economic slump mainly because the pristine destination frequented mainly by millionaires has become cheaper following the devaluation of the local currency rupee. REUTERS/George Thande (SEYCHELLES)
SEYCHELLES
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January 21, 2009
A luxury liner Costa Europa is seen docked at port Victoria in Seychelles, January 21, 2009. Seychelles...
Victoria, Seychelles
A luxury liner Costa Europa is seen docked at port Victoria in Seychelles
A luxury liner Costa Europa is seen docked at port Victoria in Seychelles, January 21, 2009. Seychelles continues to enjoy patronage from its European tourism market despite the global economic slump mainly because the pristine destination frequented mainly by millionaires has become cheaper following the devaluation of the local currency rupee. REUTERS/George Thande (SEYCHELLES)
INDIANOCEAN-TUNA/
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August 18, 2008
Workers offload tuna from a fishing boat in Port Victoria, August 4, 2008. For the second year running...
Port Victoria, Seychelles
To match feature INDIANOCEAN-TUNA
Workers offload tuna from a fishing boat in Port Victoria, August 4, 2008. For the second year running tuna catches in the Indian Ocean are significantly down, with possible explanations ranging from local environmental conditions to over-fishing, industry sources said this week. REUTERS/George Thande (SEYCHELLES)
MAURITIUS/
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April 04, 2007
Ashok Khadun, from the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, shows a baby to an Aldabran giant tortoise on Mauritius'...
Ile Aux Aigrettes, Mauritius
To go with feature "Mauritian wildlife turns clock back 400 years".
Ashok Khadun, from the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, shows a baby to an Aldabran giant tortoise on Mauritius' Ile Aux Aigrettes, a small, wooded island less than one kilometre (0.6 miles) from the Mauritian mainland's southern coast March 8, 2007. Mauritius evolved without humans, and the arrival of the Portuguese, Dutch, French, and British from the 16th century onwards was a disaster for wildlife including the world?s most famous flightless bird, the dodo, and other animals. Mauritius did once have two species of its own giant tortoises, but the gentle beasts on Ile Aux Aigrettes, weighing an average 200 to 250 kilograms, are from the Seychellois island of Aldabra. Picture taken Marcn 8, 2007. REUTERS/Ed Harris (MAURITIUS)
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