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GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O9X
September 17, 2018
An octopus is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 14, 2018. Picture...
SIFNOS, Greece
An octopus is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos
An octopus is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 14, 2018. Picture taken August 14, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O9U
September 17, 2018
A shoal of fish is seen off the island of Salamina, Greece, August 23, 2018. Picture taken August 23,...
SALAMINA, Greece
A shoal of fish is seen off the island of Salamina
A shoal of fish is seen off the island of Salamina, Greece, August 23, 2018. Picture taken August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O9G
September 17, 2018
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 18, 2018. Picture taken...
SIFNOS, Greece
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 18, 2018. Picture taken August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O9B
September 17, 2018
A glass bottle is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 18, 2018. Picture...
SIFNOS, Greece
A glass bottle is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos
A glass bottle is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 18, 2018. Picture taken August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O99
September 17, 2018
A fish swims by an anchor at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 16, 2018....
SIFNOS, Greece
A fish swims by an anchor at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos
A fish swims by an anchor at the bottom of the sea off the island of Sifnos, Greece, August 16, 2018. Picture taken August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O8R
September 17, 2018
A tin container is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture...
SALAMINA, Greece
A tin container is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos
A tin container is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture taken August 29, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O8J
September 17, 2018
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture taken...
SALAMINA, Greece
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos
A wheel is seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture taken August 29, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS21O8G
September 17, 2018
Two chairs are seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture...
SALAMINA, Greece
Two chairs are seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos
Two chairs are seen at the bottom of the sea off the island of Thasos, Greece, August 29, 2018. Picture taken August 29, 2018. REUTERS/Stelios Misinas
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2222T
January 12, 2016
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit,...
London, United Kingdom
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit,...
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is displayed by one of the team uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2222O
January 12, 2016
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University...
London, United Kingdom
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University...
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22229
January 12, 2016
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is...
London, United Kingdom
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is...
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is displayed while they uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221I
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221F
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221E
January 12, 2016
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are...
London, United Kingdom
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are...
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are currently uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220R
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220Q
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220L
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220J
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220H
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220A
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22208
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with earth, during the excavation of Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22207
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, shovels earth while uncovering...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, shovels earth while uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZR
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZM
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZL
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZK
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZI
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZG
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZC
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZB
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221WF
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-FLOODS/
RTX205HJ
December 27, 2015
A man clears silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England, December...
MYTHOLMROYD, UNITED STATES
A man clears silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England
A man clears silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England, December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-FLOODS/
RTX205HI
December 27, 2015
Men clear silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England, December 27,...
MYTHOLMROYD, UNITED STATES
Men clear silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England
Men clear silt outside a home after flooding in the town of Mytholmroyd, northern England, December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTX1Y2VH
December 10, 2015
Workers clear mud and silt from the road after the river burst it's banks and flooded the village of...
Glenridding, United Kingdom
Workers clear mud and silt from the road after the river burst it's banks and flooded the village of...
Workers clear mud and silt from the road after the river burst it's banks and flooded the village of Glenridding in North West England, December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble
EGYPT/
RTR3I2B7
March 21, 2014
A view of the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river, in Cairo...
Cairo, Egypt
A view of the turbid waters of the Nile in Cairo
A view of the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river, in Cairo March 21, 2014. Ahead of World Water Day, which falls on March 22 and aims to raise global awareness of water usage and conservation, Egypt fears that a $4.7 billion dam that Ethiopia is building on one of the main tributaries of the Nile will reduce a water supply vital for its 84 million people, who mostly live in the river's valley and delta. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
EGYPT/
RTR3I2B2
March 21, 2014
Boats are seen in the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river,...
Cairo, Egypt
Boats are seen in the turbid waters of the Nile in Cairo
Boats are seen in the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river, in Cairo March 21, 2014. Ahead of World Water Day, which falls on March 22 and aims to raise global awareness of water usage and conservation, Egypt fears that a $4.7 billion dam that Ethiopia is building on one of the main tributaries of the Nile will reduce a water supply vital for its 84 million people, who mostly live in the river's valley and delta. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
EGYPT/
RTR3I2AK
March 21, 2014
A boat is seen in the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river,...
Cairo, Egypt
A boat is seen in the turbid waters of the Nile in Cairo
A boat is seen in the turbid waters of the Nile, which is caused by silt from the flooding of the river, in Cairo March 21, 2014. Ahead of World Water Day, which falls on March 22 and aims to raise global awareness of water usage and conservation, Egypt fears that a $4.7 billion dam that Ethiopia is building on one of the main tributaries of the Nile will reduce a water supply vital for its 84 million people, who mostly live in the river's valley and delta. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTX160VE
December 02, 2013
Labourers clean silt in a river as gulls fly over in Kunming, Yunnan province, December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Wong...
Kunming, China
Labourers clean silt in a river as gulls fly over in Kunming
Labourers clean silt in a river as gulls fly over in Kunming, Yunnan province, December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Wong Campion (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-COLORADO/FLOODING
RTX13MG2
September 15, 2013
John McElveen shovels silt and debris out of the path of the rising water as rain starts getting heavier...
Boulder, UNITED STATES
John McElveen shovels silt and debris out of the path of the rising water in Boulder, Colorado
John McElveen shovels silt and debris out of the path of the rising water as rain starts getting heavier in Boulder, Colorado September 15, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
TRINIDAD/
RTR36QLT
August 12, 2012
Footsteps of a homeowner are seen in mud and silt covering the floor of a living room in La Estancia,...
DIEGO MARTIN, Trinidad and Tobago
Footsteps of a homeowner are seen in mud and silt covering the floor of a living room in La Estancia,...
Footsteps of a homeowner are seen in mud and silt covering the floor of a living room in La Estancia, Diego Martin, some 10 km (6 miles) west of the capital Port of Spain August 11, 2012. According to local media, two people were confirmed dead when heavy rainfall over a four-hour period caused widespread damage in the western peninsula due to flooding and mudslides. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
TRINIDAD/
RTR36QLA
August 12, 2012
The proprietor of a neighbourhood shop gets help to clear her store of mud and silt left behind when...
GLENCOE, Trinidad and Tobago
The proprietor of a neighbourhood shop at La Horquette Road, Glencoe, about ten kilometres from the capital...
The proprietor of a neighbourhood shop gets help to clear her store of mud and silt left behind when a nearby river burst its banks at La Horquette Road, Glencoe, about 10 km (6 miles) from the capital Port-of-Spain, August 11, 2012. According to local media, two people were confirmed dead when heavy rainfall over a four hour period caused widespread damage in the western peninsula due to flooding and mudslides. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
MYANMAR/
RTR2YDAR
February 24, 2012
Boys play water as their parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
Boys play water as their parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern...
Boys play water as their parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
MYANMAR/
RTR2YDAM
February 24, 2012
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
MYANMAR/
RTR2YDAA
February 24, 2012
A woman makes her way back home after she pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
A woman makes her way back home after she pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
A woman makes her way back home after she pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
People make their way home after panning for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
People make their way home after panning for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
People make their way home after panning for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
A woman pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
A woman pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
A woman pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
A man pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
A man pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
A man pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
People pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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February 24, 2012
A girl pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State, February...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
A girl pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State
A girl pans for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State, February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
MYANMAR/
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February 24, 2012
A boy plays in the water as his parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
Myitkyina, Myanmar
A boy plays in the water as his parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's...
A boy plays in the water as his parents pan for gold on a rocky bank of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar's northern Kachin State, February 24, 2012. About 100 gold prospectors work along the river at this site on the outskirts of the state capital Myitkyina earning anywhere from $3-12 a day. There are no large nuggets of gold in the rocks and sand of the Irrawaddy. Rather, the prospectors laboriously sift and filter their way down to a fine black silt in which minute flecks of gold can sometimes be found. At the end of the day they process the silt with chemicals to remove the gold. A day's work yields an amount of gold roughly the size of a grain or two of rice.REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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December 23, 2011
A motorcyclist passes mud and silt caused by liquefaction in Christchurch after an earthquake struck...
Christchurch, New Zealand
A motorcyclist passes mud and silt caused by liquefaction in Christchurch after an earthquake struck
A motorcyclist passes mud and silt caused by liquefaction in Christchurch after an earthquake struck December 23, 2011. An earthquake of 5.8 magnitude struck near the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Friday, New Zealand's civil defence said, prompting the evacuation of some public buildings and sending goods toppling from shelves. REUTERS/Simon Baker (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
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July 02, 2011
Jason Schein, Assistant Curator of Natural History, New Jersey State Museum, shows a fossil of the belly...
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Jason Schein, Assistant Curator of Natural History, New Jersey State Museum, shows a fossil of the belly plate of an ancient sea turtle that was recently discovered at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. The tooth is approximately 12mm long. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
Jean Caton digs for fossils in a muddy pit at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading...
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Jean Caton digs for fossils in a muddy pit at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. The tooth is approximately 12mm long. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011

A shark's tooth and another fossil which were recovered from the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara...
SEWELL, UNITED STATES
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A shark's tooth and another fossil which were recovered from the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. The tooth is approximately 12mm long. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara holds the fossilized jaw bones of an alligator recovered at the site...
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Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara holds the fossilized jaw bones of an alligator recovered at the site where he is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
The fossilized remains of what could be a bone from an alligator rests on a log book at the site where...
SEWELL, UNITED STATES
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The fossilized remains of what could be a bone from an alligator rests on a log book at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
Volunteer Jim Smaling shovels sand at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological...
SEWELL, UNITED STATES
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Volunteer Jim Smaling shovels sand at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
Volunteer Ron Staiger, a member of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society, sifts sand looking for...
SEWELL, UNITED STATES
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Volunteer Ron Staiger, a member of the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society, sifts sand looking for small fossils at the site where Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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July 02, 2011
Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara holds the fossilized jaw bones of an alligator recovered at the site...
SEWELL, UNITED STATES
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Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara holds the fossilized jaw bones of an alligator recovered at the site where he is leading an Archaeological team digging for fossils of 65 million year-old marine creatures, in Sewell, New Jersey, June 29, 2011. New Jersey is the birthplace of dinosaur paleontology. But over the years, the numerous silt mines that made for great dinosaur digging were replaced with housing developments and strip malls. Scientists have been digging here for nearly a century, uncovering prehistoric sharks, crocodiles and even saber tooth herring. But the township of Mantua, a community of 15,000 people, has other plans for the site. Township officials would like to see the mine closed and a retail and lower cost housing development built in its place. Picture taken June 29, 2011. To match Feature BC-DINOSAURS-NEWJERSEY/ REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SCI TECH SOCIETY)
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