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KAZEMI
RTXM492
July 23, 2003
The flower covered grave of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of Iranian descent, is seen in the...
Shiraz, Iran
The flower covered grave of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of Iranian descent, is seen in .....
The flower covered grave of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of Iranian descent, is seen in the city of Shiraz, July 23, 2003. A Canadian journalist who died in custody in Tehran was buried in her birthplace in southern Iran on Wednesday against the wishes of her son and the Canadian government who wanted her body to be returned to Canada.
RTRVUB
July 23, 2003
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian
photojournalist of Iranian descent,...
CANADIAN PHOTOJOURNALIST ZAHRA KAZEMI IS BURIED IN SHIRAZ.
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian
photojournalist of Iranian descent, at the tomb of saint Seyyed
Alaeddin Hosein, in the city of Shiraz, July 23, 2003. A Canadian
journalist who died in custody in Tehran was buried in her birthplace
in southern Iran on Wednesday against the wishes of her son and the
Canadian government who wanted her body to be returned to Canada.
REUTERS/Pool

CJF/CVI
RTRVU4
July 23, 2003
Ezzat, the mother of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, seated at center,...
CANADIAN PHOTOJOURNALIST ZAHRA KAZEMI IS BURIED IN SHIRAZ.
Ezzat, the mother of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, seated at center, cries during her daughter's burial
ceremony at the tomb of saint Seyyed Alaeddin Hosein, in the city of
Shiraz, July 23, 2003. A Canadian journalist who died in custody in
Tehran was buried in her birthplace in southern Iran on Wednesday
against the wishes of her son and the Canadian government who wanted
her body to be returned to Canada. REUTERS/Pool

CJF/CVI
IRAN CANADA
RTRVTY
July 23, 2003
Friends and relatives bury Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, at the tomb...
Shiraz, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
CANADIAN PHOTOJOURNALIST ZAHRA KAZEMI IS BURIED.
Friends and relatives bury Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, at the tomb of saint Seyyed Alaeddin Hosein, in the
city of Shiraz, July 23, 2003. A Canadian journalist who died in
custody in Tehran was buried in her birthplace in southern Iran on
Wednesday against the wishes of her son and the Canadian government who
wanted her body to be returned to Canada. REUTERS/POOL

CJF/CVI
RTRVTM
July 23, 2003
The flower covered grave of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, is seen in...
GRAVE OF CANADIAN PHOTOJOURNALIST ZAHRA KAZEMI.
The flower covered grave of Zahra Kazemi, a Canadian photojournalist of
Iranian descent, is seen in the city of Shiraz, July 23, 2003. A
Canadian journalist who died in custody in Tehran was buried in her
birthplace in southern Iran on Wednesday against the wishes of her son
and the Canadian government who wanted her body to be returned to
Canada. REUTERS/Pool

CJF/CVI
IRAN
RTXKNX9
July 23, 2001
Two entrepreneurs use the opportunity of a dried lake bed to gather salt from the Maharloo Lake July...
Shiraz, Iran
Two entrepreneurs use the opportunity of a dried lake bed to gather salt from the Maharloo Lake July.....
Two entrepreneurs use the opportunity of a dried lake bed to gather salt from the Maharloo Lake July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in damage to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for immediate relief aid.
IRAN
RTXKNX8
July 23, 2001
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains from the saltwater lake July 22,...
Shiraz, Iran
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains from the saltwater lake July 2.....
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains from the saltwater lake July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in damages to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for immediate relief aid.
IRAN
RTXKNX7
July 23, 2001
A drought-stricken Iranian farmer in Fars province uses wind to separate barley from straw July 22, 2001...
Shiraz, Iran
A drought-stricken Iranian farmer in Fars province uses wind to separate barley from straw July 22, .....
A drought-stricken Iranian farmer in Fars province uses wind to separate barley from straw July 22, 2001 because his crop did not grow tall enough to use a combine harvester. Iran's southern Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in damage to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for immediate relief aid.
IRAN DROUGHT
RTR14D0M
July 22, 2001
A roadside vendor in Fars province who sells dried figs, almonds and
walnuts compains about the lack...
Shiraz, Iran
ROADSIDE VENDOR COMPLAINS ABOUT LACK OF RAIN.
A roadside vendor in Fars province who sells dried figs, almonds and
walnuts compains about the lack of rain July 22, 2001. Iran's southern
Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme"
drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing
$438 million in damages to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations
report published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6
billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and
appealed for immediate relief aid.

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IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0HE
July 22, 2001
Two entrepreneurs use the opportunity of a dried lake bed to gather
salt from the Maharloo Lake July...
Shiraz, Iran
ENTREPRENEURS GATHER SALT FROM DRIED MAHARLOO LAKE BED IN IRAN.
Two entrepreneurs use the opportunity of a dried lake bed to gather
salt from the Maharloo Lake July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars
province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought,
has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438
million in damage to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report
published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6
billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and
appealed for immediate relief aid.

CJF
IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0H9
July 22, 2001
Drought-stricken tomato farmers consider themselves lucky to get any
harvest from their field in Fars...
Shiraz, Iran
DROUGHT-STRICKEN TOMATO FARMERS HARVEST PRODUCE IN SOUTHERN IRAN.
Drought-stricken tomato farmers consider themselves lucky to get any
harvest from their field in Fars province July 22, 2001. Iran's
southern Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of
"extreme" drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year
causing $438 million in damages to agriculture and livestock. A United
Nations report published earlier this month said the drought has cost
Iran $2.6 billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year
and appealed for immediate relief aid.

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IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0GY
July 22, 2001
Farmers harvest the almonds from trees which have not yet dried as a
result of the lack of rain in Fars...
Shiraz, Iran
DROUGHT-STRICKEN ALMOND FARMERS HARVEST PRODUCE IN IRAN.
Farmers harvest the almonds from trees which have not yet dried as a
result of the lack of rain in Fars province July 22, 2001. Iran's
southern Fars province, suffering from a third consecutive year of
"extreme" drought, has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year
causing $438 million in damage to agriculture and livestock. A United
Nations report published earlier this month said the drought has cost
Iran $2.6 billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year
and appealed for immediate relief aid.

CJF/GB
IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0G8
July 22, 2001
A drought-stricken Iranian farmer carries a shovel to his tomato field
in Fars province July 22, 2001....
Shiraz, Iran
DROUGHT-STRICKEN FARMER CARRIES A SHOVEL TO HIS TOMATO FIELD.
A drought-stricken Iranian farmer carries a shovel to his tomato field
in Fars province July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars province,
suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a
47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in
damage to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published
earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in
damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for
immediate relief aid.

CJF/GB
IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0FX
July 22, 2001
A truck driver uses a shortcut across the dry bed of Bakhtegan Lake to
carry stone from a quarry to...
Shiraz, Iran
TRUCK CARRYING STONE USES DRY LAKE BED AS SHORTCUT IN IRAN.
A truck driver uses a shortcut across the dry bed of Bakhtegan Lake to
carry stone from a quarry to market July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars
province, suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought,
has had a 47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438
million in damages to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations
report published earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6
billion in damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and
appealed for immediate relief aid.

CJF
IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0FR
July 22, 2001
Herders draw water by hand to quench the thirst of their sheep and
goats in Fars province July 22, 2001....
Shiraz, Iran
DROUGHT-STRICKEN SHEPHERDS WATER FLOCK.
Herders draw water by hand to quench the thirst of their sheep and
goats in Fars province July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars province,
suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a
47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in
damages to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published
earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in
damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for
immediate relief aid.

CJF
IRAN DROUGHT
RTRL0EQ
July 22, 2001
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains
from the saltwater lake July 22,...
Shiraz, Iran
FLAMINGOS PREPARE TO FLY ON THE DRIED MAHARLOO LAKE BED.
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains
from the saltwater lake July 22, 2001. Iran's southern Fars province,
suffering from a third consecutive year of "extreme" drought, has had a
47% drop in rainfall compared to last year causing $438 million in
damages to agriculture and livestock. A United Nations report published
earlier this month said the drought has cost Iran $2.6 billion in
damages this year, up from $1.7 billion last year and appealed for
immediate relief aid.

CJF
WEATHER IRAN DROUGHT
RTRKZZF
July 22, 2001
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains
from the saltwater lake July 22,...
Shiraz, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
TO MATCH STORY WEATHER IRAN DROUGHT.
Flamingos prepare for flight, running on the dried salt which remains
from the saltwater lake July 22, 2001, in Iran's southern Fars
province. The cool waters of Lake Arjan in southern Iran were once a
haven for migrating birds, wild animals and diverse plant life. Now,
the sun beats relentlessly on the dried and cracked lake bed and
nomads, who could once depend on pastures further afield, have brought
their goats and sheep to forage for the last scraps of greenery.July
22, 2001. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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IRAN JEWS
RTR5YJI
July 04, 2000
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami sits with the Jewish Parliamentary representative Morris Motamed in...
Tehran, Iran
IRANIAN PRESIDENT MEETS WITH RELIRIOUS MINORITY MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami sits with the Jewish Parliamentary representative Morris Motamed in a meeting between the president and representatives of religious minorities July 4. On July 1 a court in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz found 10 Jews and 2 Muslims guilty of spying for Isreal.

CJF/GB
IRAN JEWS
RTR5UU9
July 01, 2000
Judge Sadegh Nourani holds up the verdict of 13 Jews tried for spying for Isreal in the Shiraz Revolutionary...
Shiraz, Iran
JUDGE NOURANI HOLDS UP VERDICT OF 13 JEWS WHO ACCUSED OF SPYING FOR ISRAEL.
Judge Sadegh Nourani holds up the verdict of 13 Jews tried for spying for Isreal in the Shiraz Revolutionary Court July 1. Ten of the 13 Jews were judged guilty and received sentences of between four and 13 years, and three found to be innocent.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR5UU1
July 01, 2000
The mother of one of the Iranian Jews, Ramin Nematizadeh, yells and prays to God after hearing the verdict...
Shiraz, Iran
MOTHER OF IRANIAN JEW YELLS AND PRAYS OUTSIDE SHIRAZ REVOLUTIONARY COURT.
The mother of one of the Iranian Jews, Ramin Nematizadeh, yells and prays to God after hearing the verdict outside the Shiraz Revolutionary court July 1. Nematizadeh, an army conscript accused of passing intelligence secrets from his barracks, received a sentence of four years. The court sentenced 10 Iranian Jews to between four and 13 years in jail for spying for Israel and aquitted three others.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR8H2I
May 29, 2000
Iranian Jew Naser Levi-Haim (R) who confers with his attorney Esmail Nasseri inside the Shiraz revolutionary...
Shiraz, Iran
IRANIAN JEW NASER LEVI-HAIM HAS PRISON SENTENCE REDUCED IN SHIRAZ.
Iranian Jew Naser Levi-Haim (R) who confers with his attorney Esmail Nasseri inside the Shiraz revolutionary court in a May 29, 2000 file photo had his 11 year prison sentence reduced to 7 years on appeal September 21, 2000. An Iranian appeals court on Thursday cut the jail sentences of 10 Jews convicted in July of spying for Iran's sworn enemy Israel, a judicial official said.

CJF/WS
IRAN JEWS
RTR4RVR
May 29, 2000
Naser Levi-Haim, (R) one of the ten Iranian Jews accused of espionage, confers with his attorney, Esmail...
Shiraz, Iran
IRANIAN JEW ACCUSED OF SPYING CONFERS WITH ATTORNEY.
Naser Levi-Haim, (R) one of the ten Iranian Jews accused of espionage, confers with his attorney, Esmail Nasseri, inside the Shiraz revolutionary court May 29. Ten Iranian Jews accused of spying for Israel faced what was likely to be their final hearing before a verdict in the high-profile case.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR4CPP
May 17, 2000
Javid Bent-Yaqoub (R) and defence lawyer Esmail Nasseri confer inside the Shiraz Revolutionary court...
Shiraz, Iran
JAVID BENT-YAQOUB SPEAKS TO HIS DEFENCE LAWYER.
Javid Bent-Yaqoub (R) and defence lawyer Esmail Nasseri confer inside the Shiraz Revolutionary court May 17. Bent-Yaqoub, the last of 10 Iranian Jews jailed on suspicion of spying for Israel, appeared behind the closed doors of the Revolutionary Court, but had already admitted during the investigation that he had collaborated with Mossad, the Israeli secret service.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR4CPI
May 17, 2000
Javid Bent-Yaqoub's daughter cries after hugging her father outside the Shiraz Revolutionary court during...
Shiraz, Iran
IRANIAN JEW CRIES AFTER MEETING FATHER.
Javid Bent-Yaqoub's daughter cries after hugging her father outside the Shiraz Revolutionary court during a supervised visit with his family May 17. Bent-Yaqoub the last of 10 Iranian Jews jailed on suspicion of spying for Israel appeared behind the closed doors of the Revolutionary Court, but had already admitted during the investigation that he had collaborated with Mossad, the Israeli secret service.

CJF/CLH/
IRAN JEWS
RTR4CPB
May 17, 2000
Javid Bent-Yaqoub, a 45-year-old sporting goods merchant, runs out of the Shiraz Revolutionary court...
Shiraz, Iran
IRANIAN JEW MEETS FAMILY AFTER COURT.
Javid Bent-Yaqoub, a 45-year-old sporting goods merchant, runs out of the Shiraz Revolutionary court for a supervised visit with his family May 17. Bent-Yaqoub the last of 10 Iranian Jews jailed on suspicion of spying for Israel appeared behind the closed doors of the Revolutionary Court, but had already admitted during the investigation that he had collaborated with Mossad, the Israeli secret service.

CJF/CLH/
IRAN JEW
RTR3OZ1
May 02, 2000
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen speaks during a taped interview broadcast by Iranian state television...
Shiraz, Iran
ESPIONAGE SUSPECT TEFILEEN SPEAKS DURING INTERVIEW BY STATE TELEVISION.
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen speaks during a taped interview broadcast by Iranian state television May 1. In response to questions by an unidentified interviewer, Tefileen, 31, said " My charge is spying for the Israeli government...I accept this accusation. In connection with my political...economic and social activites, I spied for Israel.

cjf/AA
IRAN JEW
RTR3MZ9
May 01, 2000
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen leaves Shiraz's revolutionary court after presenting his defense...
Shiraz, Iran
JEW ACCUSED OF SPYING FOR ISRAEL ON TRIAL IN IRAN.
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen leaves Shiraz's revolutionary court after presenting his defense May 1. Tefileen, 31, confessed of being a trained Israeli agent.

cjf/ME
IRAN JEWS
RTR3MPL
May 01, 2000
Family members of one of the Jews on trial in the Southern Iranian city of Shiraz wait outside the revolutionary...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL BEGINS FOR 13 JEWS IN IRAN.
Family members of one of the Jews on trial in the Southern Iranian city of Shiraz wait outside the revolutionary court May 1. Thirteen Iranian Jews are charged with spying for Isreal.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR3MP4
May 01, 2000
Family members of one of the Jews on trial in the Southern Iranian city of Shiraz wait outside the revolutionary...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL BEGINS FOR 13 JEWS IN IRAN.
Family members of one of the Jews on trial in the Southern Iranian city of Shiraz wait outside the revolutionary court May 1. Thirteen Iranian Jews are charged with spying for Isreal.

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IRAN JEWS TRIAL
RTR355O
April 14, 2000
Iranian Jews pray at a synagogue in Shiraz, 550km south of Tehran, April 13. The trial of 13 Iranian...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL FOR 13 IRANIAN JEWS POSTPONED IN SHIRAZ.
Iranian Jews pray at a synagogue in Shiraz, 550km south of Tehran, April 13. The trial of 13 Iranian Jews accused of spying for Israel - a case that has alarmed Jewish groups and Western governments - was adjourned until early next month, after the Passover.

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IRAN JEWS TRIAL
RTR355J
April 14, 2000
Navid Balazadeh (C) youngest of the Iranian Jews on trial prays at a synagogue in Shiraz, 550km south...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL OF 13 IRANIAN JEWS POSTPONED IN SHIRAZ.
Navid Balazadeh (C) youngest of the Iranian Jews on trial prays at a synagogue in Shiraz, 550km south of Tehran, April 13. The trial of 13 Iranian Jews accused of spying for Israel - a case that has alarmed Jewish groups and Western governments - was adjourned on until early next month, after the Passover.

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CRIME IRAN JEWS
RTR33ZB
April 13, 2000
Three relatives of Iranian Jews on trial for espionage cry at a press conference held by the chief of...
Shiraz, Iran
RELATIVES CRY AT OPENING OF IRAN'S JEWISH SPY TRIAL.
Three relatives of Iranian Jews on trial for espionage cry at a press conference held by the chief of Fars Province judiciary in Shiraz April 13. Thirteen Jews went on trial behind closed doors on charges of spying on behalf of Israel, in a case that has alarmed Jewish groups and Western goverments.

CJF/GB
IRAN JEWS
RTR33OX
April 13, 2000
The mother of one of the Jews accused of spying sits outside the Shiraz court rrom reading the Torah...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL OPENS IN IRAN'S JEWISH SPY TRIAL.
The mother of one of the Jews accused of spying sits outside the Shiraz court rrom reading the Torah and praying for her son April 13. The trial of 13 Iranian Jews charged with spying for Israel opened before the Revolutionary Court on Thursday behind closed doors, in a case that has alarmed Jewish groups and Western governments. The judge however cut short the proceedings and approved a defence motion for an adjournment because of the Jewish holiday of Passover.

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IRAN JEWS
RTR33NY
April 13, 2000
Navid Balazadeh (C) who was sixteen at the time of his arrest, speaks to reporters before entering the...
Shiraz, Iran
TRIAL OPENS IN IRAN'S JEWISH SPY TRIAL.
Navid Balazadeh (C) who was sixteen at the time of his arrest, speaks to reporters before entering the court in Shiraz April 13. The trial of 13 Iranian Jews charged with spying for Israel opened before the Revolutionary Court on Thursday behind closed doors, in a case that has alarmed Jewish groups and Western governments. The judge however cut short the proceedings and approved a defence motion for an adjournment because of the Jewish holiday of Passover.

CJF/FMS
IRAN
RTR11Y6
February 08, 2000
An Iranian actor from the city of Shiraz sits with his prop waiting to perform in a street theatre in...
Tehran, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
AN IRANIAN WAITS TO PERFORM AT STREETTHEATRE IN IRAN.
An Iranian actor from the city of Shiraz sits with his prop waiting to perform in a street theatre in Tehran February 8. The festival showing local and foreign films is one of many cultural and sports events held by the government to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution.

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