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Search results for: Shymkent-(City)

KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
A policeman listens to a verdict under the portrait of ancient Kazakh judge Aiteke Bi in a court in Shymkent...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Policeman listens to verdict under portrait of ancient Kazakh judge Aiteke Bi in Shymkent
A policeman listens to a verdict under the portrait of ancient Kazakh judge Aiteke Bi in a court in Shymkent June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
Police escort health workers after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Police escort health workers in Shymkent
Police escort health workers after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
A doctor helps a relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Doctor helps relative of baby infected with HIV/AIDS after announcement of verdict in Shymkent
A doctor helps a relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
Police escort a health worker after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Police escort health worker in Shymkent
Police escort a health worker after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
Police escort a relative of a jailed health worker after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Police escort relative of jailed health worker in Shymkent
Police escort a relative of a jailed health worker after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
A doctor helps a relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Doctor helps relative of baby infected with HIV/AIDS after announcement of verdict in Shymkent
A doctor helps a relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS after the announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 27, 2007
Relatives of babies infected with HIV/AIDS scuffle with the police after announcement of a verdict in...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Relatives of babies infected with HIV/AIDS scuffle with police in Shymkent
Relatives of babies infected with HIV/AIDS scuffle with the police after announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
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June 27, 2007
A relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS scuffles with the police after announcement of a verdict...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Relative of baby infected with HIV/AIDS scuffles with police in Shymkent
A relative of a baby infected with HIV/AIDS scuffles with the police after announcement of a verdict in Shymkent June 27, 2007. A Kazakh court jailed 17 health workers on Wednesday for infecting dozens of babies with HIV/AIDS but provoked outrage from parents for sparing four senior officials from incarceration. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 26, 2007
Judge Ziyadinkhan Pirniyaz holds documents as he sits under the Kazakh national flag in a court in the...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Judge Ziyadinkhan Pirniyaz holds documents as he sits under the Kazakh national flag in a court in Shymkent...
Judge Ziyadinkhan Pirniyaz holds documents as he sits under the Kazakh national flag in a court in the southern town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty one Kazakh doctors and health officials went on trial in January on charges of criminal negligence over the infection of dozens of toddlers with HIV/AIDS. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 26, 2007
A policeman guards health workers standing under a portrait of 18th century judge Kazybek Bi in a court...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
A policeman guards health workers in a court in the southern Kazakh town of Shymkent
A policeman guards health workers standing under a portrait of 18th century judge Kazybek Bi in a court in the southern town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty one Kazakh doctors and health officials went on trial in January on charges of criminal negligence over the infection of dozens of toddlers with HIV/AIDS. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 26, 2007
Police guard health workers in a court in the southern Kazakh town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Police guard health workers in a court in the southern Kazakh town of Shymkent
Police guard health workers in a court in the southern Kazakh town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty one Kazakh doctors and health officials went on trial in January on charges of criminal negligence over the infection of dozens of toddlers with HIV/AIDS. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 26, 2007
Policewoman escorts a health worker charged with negligence to a court in southern town of Shymkent June...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Policewoman escorts a health worker charged with negligence to a court in southern town of Shymkent
Policewoman escorts a health worker charged with negligence to a court in southern town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty one Kazakh doctors and health officials went on trial in January on charges of criminal negligence over the infection of dozens of toddlers with HIV/AIDS. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
KAZAKHSTAN-AIDS/
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June 26, 2007
Judge Ziyadinkhan Pirniyaz (R) walks past a group of health workers charged with negligence in a court...
SHYMKENT, Kazakhstan
Judge Pirniyaz walks past a group of health workers accused of negligence in a court in Shymkent
Judge Ziyadinkhan Pirniyaz (R) walks past a group of health workers charged with negligence in a court in the southern Kazakh town of Shymkent June 26, 2007. Twenty one Kazakh doctors and health officials went on trial in January on charges of criminal negligence over the infection of dozens of toddlers with HIV/AIDS. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN)
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