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MIDEAST-GAZA/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1JIZ8
July 08, 2015
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that...
Beit Hanoun, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian maths teacher Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that witnesses...
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that witnesses said was destroyed by Israeli shelling during a 50-day war last summer, in Beit Hanoun town, in the northern Gaza Strip July 6, 2015. Wahdan, a maths teacher from Gaza, lost his wife, 11 members of his family and a leg to Israeli bombardment of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during last year's war between Israel and Hamas. Nearly 12 months on, doctors have decided to amputate his other leg. It is a cruel reminder of how little progress he has made since the 50-day war. In almost all respects, his life and prospects have crumbled. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem



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IRAN-MILITARY/PARADE
RTXE3V6
April 18, 2009
A military vehicle carrying an Iranian Zoobin smart bomb drives by during a parade to commemorate the...
Tehran, Iran
Military vehicle carrying Iranian Zoobin smart bomb drives by during army day parade in Tehran
A military vehicle carrying an Iranian Zoobin smart bomb drives by during a parade to commemorate the anniversary of army day in Tehran, April 18, 2009. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday a strong Iranian military would help preserve stability in the Middle East, as Iran marked its armed forces' day with a parade that appeared more muted than in the past. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY)
IRAN-MILITARY/PARADE
RTXE3UY
April 18, 2009
A military vehicle carrying an Iranian Ghassed smart bomb, drives past a picture of Iran's Supreme Leader...
Tehran, Iran
Military vehicle carrying Iranian Ghassed smart bomb drives during army day parade in Tehran
A military vehicle carrying an Iranian Ghassed smart bomb, drives past a picture of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, during a parade to commemorate the anniversary of army day in Tehran, April 18, 2009. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday a strong Iranian military would help preserve stability in the Middle East, as Iran marked its armed forces' day with a parade that appeared more muted than in the past. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY)
IRAN-MILITARY/
RTX8RBT
September 21, 2008
A military truck carries a Zoobin smart bomb in front of a picture of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah...
Tehran, Iran
A military truck carries a Zoobin smart bomb during a military parade in Tehran
A military truck carries a Zoobin smart bomb in front of a picture of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei during a military parade commemorating the anniversary of the start of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, in Tehran September 21, 2008. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
USA
RTXLUOX
March 17, 2003
Aviation ordinancemen organise bombs in the "bomb farm" area on the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk
Aviation ordinancemen organise bombs in the "bomb farm" area on the flight deck of the USS Kitty Haw.....
Aviation ordinancemen organise bombs in the "bomb farm" area on the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf March 17, 2003. The United States, with its arsenal of smart bombs and missiles, is banking on the shock of a blitzkrieg to bring it early victory in a war against Iraq.
USA
RTXLUOW
March 17, 2003
Aviation ordinancemen congragulate each other after moving 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk
Aviation ordinancemen congragulate each other after moving 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attac.....
Aviation ordinancemen congragulate each other after moving 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munitions) bombs into place on their racks on the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf March 17, 2003. The United States, with its arsenal of smart bombs and missiles, is banking on the shock of a blitzkrieg to bring it early victory in a war against Iraq.
USA
RTXLUOU
March 17, 2003
An aviatian ordinanceman pushes 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munitions) bombs accross the...
Aboard Uss Kitty Hawk
An aviatian ordinanceman pushes 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munitions) bombs accross .....
An aviatian ordinanceman pushes 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munitions) bombs accross the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf March 17, 2003. The United States, with its arsenal of smart bombs and missiles, is banking on the shock of a blitzkrieg to bring it early victory in a war against Iraq.
IRAQ
RTRK7G2
March 17, 2003
An aviatian ordinanceman pushes 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct
Attack Munitions) bombs accross...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk, Kuwait
1000 POUND BOMBS ARE WHEELED ACROSS FLIGHT DECK OF USS KITTY HAWK IN
THE GULF.
An aviatian ordinanceman pushes 1000 pound MK-83 JDAM (Joint Direct
Attack Munitions) bombs accross the flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk
aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf March 17, 2003. The United
States, with its arsenal of smart bombs and missiles, is banking on the
shock of a blitzkrieg to bring it early victory in a war against Iraq.
REUTERS/Paul Hanna

PH/CRB
IRAQ MIDEAST
RTRK7FX
March 17, 2003
Aviation ordinancemen organise bombs in the "bomb farm" area on the
flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk...
Aboard The Uss Kitty Hawk, Kuwait
AVIATION ORDINANCEMEN ORGANISE BOMBS ON USS KITTY HAWK IN THE GULF.
Aviation ordinancemen organise bombs in the "bomb farm" area on the
flight deck of the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier in the northern Gulf
March 17, 2003. The United States, with its arsenal of smart bombs and
missiles, is banking on the shock of a blitzkrieg to bring it early
victory in a war against Iraq. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

PH/CRB
MIDEAST
RTXLFKA
July 24, 2002
A Palestinian boy stands next to the body of a dead child removed from the rubble of a building July...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian boy stands next to the body of a dead child removed from the rubble of a building July.....
A Palestinian boy stands next to the body of a dead child removed from the rubble of a building July 24, 2002, [two days after an attack by Israeli warplanes] on Gaza. [Debate raged in Israel on Wednesday over the wisdom of killing one of its most bitter enemies at the price of the lives of 14 Palestinians and international condemnation of the devastating Gaza air raid.A day after the killing of Salah Shehada, commander of the military wing of the Islamic group Hamas, it emerged that the F-16 warplane that attacked his house used a one-tonne precision "smart bomb" to ensure he could not survive.]
MIDEAST
RTXLFK9
July 24, 2002
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building July 24, 2002, [two-days after...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building July 24, 2002, [two-days aft.....
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building July 24, 2002, [two-days after Israeli warplanes hit several houses during an attack] on Gaza. [Debate raged in Israel on Wednesday over the wisdom of killing one of its most bitter enemies at the price of the lives of 14 Palestinians and international condemnation of the devastating Gaza air raid. A day after the killing of Salah Shehada, commander of the military wing of the Islamic group Hamas, it emerged that the F-16 warplane that attacked his house used a one-tonne precision "smart bomb" to ensure he could not survive.]
MIDEAST
RTR153VR
July 24, 2002
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building
July 24, 2002, two-days after...
Gaza
ARM BODY OF A DEAD BABY POKES OUT FROM RUBBLE OF BUILDING IN GAZA.
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building
July 24, 2002, two-days after Israeli warplanes hit several houses
during an attack on Gaza. Debate raged in Israel on Wednesday over the
wisdom of killing one of its most bitter enemies at the price of the
lives of 14 Palestinians and international condemnation of the
devastating Gaza air raid. A day after the killing of Salah Shehada,
commander of the military wing of the Islamic group Hamas, it emerged
that the F-16 warplane that attacked his house used a one-tonne
precision "smart bomb" to ensure he could not survive.REUTERS/Suhaib
Salem

AJ/AA
MIDEAST
RTR83FV
July 24, 2002
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building
in Gaza July 24, 2002.Two-days...
Gaza Strip
THE HAND AND ARM OF A DEAD BABY POKES OUT FROM THE RUBBLE OF A BUILDING
IN GAZA.
The hand and arm of a dead baby pokes out from the rubble of a building
in Gaza July 24, 2002.Two-days after Israeli warplanes hit several
houses during an attack on Gaza. Debate raged in Israel on Wednesday
over the wisdom of killing one of its most bitter enemies at the price
of the lives of 14 Palestinians and international condemnation of the
devastating Gaza air raid. A day after the killing of Salah Shehada,
commander of the military wing of the Islamic group Hamas, it emerged
that the F-16 warplane that attacked his house used a one-tonne
precision "smart bomb" to ensure he could not survive. REUTERS/Suhaib
Salem REUTERS

SJS/AA
MIDEAST
RTR83A9
July 24, 2002
A Palestinian boy stands next to the body of a dead child removed from
the rubble of a building July...
Gaza
PALESTINIAN BOY STANDS NEAR BODY OF DEAD CHILD REMOVED FROM RUBBLE OF
BUILDING IN GAZA.
A Palestinian boy stands next to the body of a dead child removed from
the rubble of a building July 24, 2002, two days after an attack by
Israeli warplanes on Gaza. Debate raged in Israel on Wednesday over the
wisdom of killing one of its most bitter enemies at the price of the
lives of 14 Palestinians and international condemnation of the
devastating Gaza air raid.A day after the killing of Salah Shehada,
commander of the military wing of the Islamic group Hamas, it emerged
that the F-16 warplane that attacked his house used a one-tonne
precision "smart bomb" to ensure he could not survive. REUTERS/Suhaib
Salem

AJ/AA
GERMANY
RTXKX0F
December 06, 2001
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire incident in Afghanistan is carried on...
Ramstein, Germany
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire incident in Afghanistan is carried o.....
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire incident in Afghanistan is carried on a stretcher from a C-141 starlifter transport plane to an ambulance at the U.S. Air Force base in Ramstein December 6, 2001. [He was taken to the nearby hospital at Landstuhl, the United States largest foreign medical facility. Three U.S. special forces troops were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday by an errant 2,000 pound (908-kg) smart bomb dropped by an U.S. B-52 bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar.]
GERMANY ATTACK INJURED
RTRQ3TS
December 06, 2001
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on...
Ramstein, Germany
AN INJURED SPECIAL FORCE MEMBER IS CARRIED ON A STRETCHER AT RAMSTEIN
AIRBASE.
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on a stretcher from a C-141
starlifter transport plane to an ambulance at the U.S. Air Force base
in Ramstein December 6, 2001. He was taken to the nearby hospital at
Landstuhl, the United States largest foreign medical facility. Three
U.S. special forces troops were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday by
an errant 2,000 pound (908-kg) smart bomb dropped by an U.S. B-52
bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach REUTERS

KP/JOH
GERMANY ATTACK INJURED
RTRQ3T1
December 06, 2001
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on...
Ramstein, Germany
AN INJURED SPECIAL FORCE MEMBER IS CARRIED ON A STRETCHER AT RAMSTEIN
AIRBASE.
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on a stretcher from a C-141
starlifter transport plane to an ambulance at the U.S. Air Force base
in Ramstein December 6, 2001. He was taken to the nearby hospital at
Landstuhl, the United States largest foreign medical facility. Three
U.S. special forces troops were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday by
an errant 2,000 pound (908-kg) smart bomb dropped by an U.S. B-52
bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach REUTERS

KP/JOH
GERMANY ATTACK INJURED
RTRQ3SY
December 06, 2001
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on...
Ramstein, Germany
AN INJURED SPECIAL FORCE MEMBER IS CARRIED ON A STRETCHER AT RAMSTEIN
AIRBASE.
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on a stretcher from a C-141
starlifter transport plane to an ambulance at the U.S. Air Force base
in Ramstein December 6, 2001. He was taken to the nearby hospital at
Landstuhl, the United States largest foreign medical facility. Three
U.S. special forces troops were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday by
an errant 2,000 pound (908-kg) smart bomb dropped by an U.S. B-52
bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach REUTERS

KP/JOH
GERMANY ATTACK INJURED
RTRQ3SU
December 06, 2001
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on...
Ramstein, Germany
AN INJURED SPECIAL FORCE MEMBER IS CARRIED ON A STRETCHER AT RAMSTEIN
AIRBASE.
One of the 20 soldiers injured in the accidential friendly fire
incident in Afghanistan is carried on a stretcher from a C-141
starlifter transport plane to an ambulance at the U.S. Air Force base
in Ramstein December 6, 2001. He was taken to the nearby hospital at
Landstuhl, the United States largest foreign medical facility. Three
U.S. special forces troops were killed and 20 injured on Wednesday by
an errant 2,000 pound (908-kg) smart bomb dropped by an U.S. B-52
bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach REUTERS

KP/JOH
ATTACK MILITARY DEATH
RTRQ3DW
December 05, 2001
Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke briefs reporters on the deaths by
friendly fire of three U.S. special...
Washington, United States of America
PENTAGON SPOKESWOMAN CLARKE BRIEFS REPORTERS ON DEATHS BY FRIENDLY
FIRE.
Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke briefs reporters on the deaths by
friendly fire of three U.S. special forces soldiers in Afghanistan
December 5, 2001 as U.S.Navy Adm. John Stufflebeem, director of joint
operations, looks on. During the briefing at the Pentagon, Clarke and
Stufflebeem said three U.S. special forces troops were killed
accidentally and 19 injured by an errant 2,000-pound "smart" bomb
dropped by a U.S. B-52 bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of
Kandahar. REUTERS/Win McNamee

WM/SV
ATTACK MILITARY DEATH
RTRQ3DR
December 05, 2001
U.S. Navy Adm. John Stufflebeem, director of joint operations, briefs
reporters on the deaths by friendly...
Washington, United States of America
ADMIRAL STUFFLEBEEM BRIEFS AT PENTAGON ON FRIENDLY FIRE INCIDENT.
U.S. Navy Adm. John Stufflebeem, director of joint operations, briefs
reporters on the deaths by friendly fire of three U.S. special forces
soldiers in Afghanistan December 5, 2001 as Pentagon spokeswoman
Victoria Clarke looks on. During the briefing at the Pentagon, Clarke
and Stufflebeem said three U.S. special forces troops were killed
accidentally and 19 injured by an errant 2,000-pound "smart" bomb
dropped by a U.S. B-52 bomber north of the Taliban stronghold of
Kandahar. REUTERS/Win McNamee

WM/SV
ATTACK AFGHAN
RTROU67
October 29, 2001
Admiral Tom "Chain" Zelibor, in charge of the US Navy's forces in the
Arabian Sea launching air strikes...
Arabian Sea, UK
ADMIRAL ZELIBOR, IN CHARGE OF US FORCES IN ARABIAN SEA, ON BOARD USS
CARL VINSON.
Admiral Tom "Chain" Zelibor, in charge of the US Navy's forces in the
Arabian Sea launching air strikes against Taliban forces in
Afghanistan, poses for a portrait in his ward room onboard the aircraft
carrier USS Carl Vinson, n the Arabian Sea, October 29, 2001. Zelibor
said in an interbiew on Monday that the air strikes against the Taliban
forces were going well and they included dropping 'bunker buster' smart
bombs against caves. He added the targets had "shifted to focus more on
troops, the tanks and the command bunkers and caves." Picture taken
October 29. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

CRB
ATTACK AFGHAN
RTROU62
October 29, 2001
Admiral Tom "Chain" Zelibor, in charge of the US Navy's forces in the
Arabian Sea launching air strikes...
Arabian Sea, UK
ADMIRAL ZELIBOR, IN CHARGE OF US FORCES IN ARABIAN SEA, ON BOARD USS
CARL VINSON.
Admiral Tom "Chain" Zelibor, in charge of the US Navy's forces in the
Arabian Sea launching air strikes against Taliban forces in
Afghanistan, poses for a portrait in his ward room onboard the aircraft
carrier USS Carl Vinson, n the Arabian Sea, October 29, 2001. Zelibor
said in an interbiew on Monday that the air strikes against the Taliban
forces were going well and they included dropping 'bunker buster' smart
bombs against caves. He added the targets had "shifted to focus more on
troops, the tanks and the command bunkers and caves." Picture taken
October 29. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

CRB
ATTACK CARRIER
RTRO3RR
October 13, 2001
Arresting crew members push back an FA/18C Hornet on deck of the USS
Carl Vinson aircraft carrier in...
Uss Carl Vinson, Bahrain
ARRESTING CREW PUSH BACK AN FA18 FIGHTER ON DECK OF USS CARL VINSON
AIRCRAFT CARRIER.
Arresting crew members push back an FA/18C Hornet on deck of the USS
Carl Vinson aircraft carrier in the Arabian sea October 13, 2001. A
U.S. Navy F/A-18 jet missed a Talibanmilitary target at Kabul airport
and the 2,000-pound (900 kg)"smart" bomb blasted a residential
neighbourhood a mile (1.6 km)

away in the Afghan capital, the Pentagon said. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
ITALY BOMB
RTRDYK6
February 06, 2001
Italian policemen inspect a suspect package after it was blown up by bomb disposal experts in central...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN POLICEMEN WITH SUSPECT BOMB PACKAGE IN ROME.
Italian policemen inspect a suspect package after it was blown up by bomb disposal experts in central Rome February 6, 2001. The suspect bomb was seen near the Banca Commerciale Italiana bank in the smart Via del Corso shopping street close to the Palazzo Chigi, headquarters of Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato. The package, the third security scare in Italy in the last two months, was blown up as a precautionary security measure.

VP/WS
ITALY BOMB
RTRDYJ8
February 06, 2001
Italian policeman inspects a suspect package after it was blown up by bomb disposal experts in central...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN POLICEMAN WITH SUSPECT BOMB PACKAGE IN ROME.
Italian policeman inspects a suspect package after it was blown up by bomb disposal experts in central Rome February 6, 2001.The suspect bomb was seen near the Banca Commerciale Italiana bank in the smart Via del Corso shopping street close to the Palazzo Chigi, headquarter of Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato. The package, third security scare in Italy in the last two months, was blown up as a precautionary security measure.

VP/WS
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR3HIS
April 26, 2000
A Chechen refugee girl sits by a fire inside a tent at a refugee camp in Karabulak, Ingushetia, April...
Karabulak, Russia
CHECHEN REFUGEE GIRL SITS BY FIRE INSIDE A TENT IN KARABULAK.
A Chechen refugee girl sits by a fire inside a tent at a refugee camp in Karabulak, Ingushetia, April 25. Russian forces, smarting from rebel ambushes, stepped up bombing raids against Chechen fighters on Wednesday as Moscow charged that Western critics of the offensive had no understanding of the problem.

CVI/ME
CLINTON VISITS SEATTLE
RTRP6LI
May 14, 1999
Rebecca Murray, 13, of Bothell, Washington, dons a "smart bomb" costume while waiting with some several...
Seattle, USA
PROTESTORS LINE SEATTLE STREETS TO GREET PRESIDENT CLINTON.
Rebecca Murray, 13, of Bothell, Washington, dons a "smart bomb" costume while waiting with some several hundred protestors in downtown Seattle for U.S. President Bill Clinton to arrive for a fundraising luncheon May 14. The protesters marched in opposition to the ongoing NATO bombing in Yugoslavia.

APB/SV
MEXICO USA IRAQ
RTRKIFN
December 18, 1998
A Mexican protester holds up a banner which reads "Get out of Iraq imperialist government; long live...
Mexico City, Mexico
A MEXICAN PROTESTER HOLDS BANNER OUTSIDE US EMBASSY.
A Mexican protester holds up a banner which reads "Get out of Iraq imperialist government; long live Saddam Hussein" as he stands next to two cardboard missiles outside the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City December 18, during a protest against the Anglo-American bombing of Iraq. The protest, by an animal rights organization, came as the two NATO powers continued to pound Iraq with cruise missiles and smart bombs in spite of open protests by U.N. Security Council members Russia and China.

AW/ZDC/AA
MEXICO USA IRAQ
RTRKIEA
December 18, 1998
A Mexican protester launches a cardboard missile at the US Embasy during a protest against the Anglo-American...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN PROTESTER LAUNCHES MOCK MISSILE AT US EMBASSY.
A Mexican protester launches a cardboard missile at the US Embasy during a protest against the Anglo-American bombing of sites in Iraq, December 18. The protest, by an animal rights organization, came as the two NATO powers continued to pound Iraq with cruise missiles and smart bombs in spite of open protests by UN Security Council members Russia and China.

AW/ZDC/ME
RTRBF8K
February 13, 1998
British ground crewman Rob Warren (R) from Penenth is assisted by Sgt.Ian Mcfarlane (C) and Joe McElister...
Kuwait
BRITISH GROUND CREW MOVE 1000 POUND SMART BOMBS INTO POSITION
British ground crewman Rob Warren (R) from Penenth is assisted by Sgt.Ian Mcfarlane (C) and Joe McElister (R) from Sterling in loading 1000 lbs laser-guided smart bombs in Kuwait February 13. Eight deployed British Tornado aircraft are patroling the southern border of Iraq and Kuwait under the Operation Southern Watch deployment.

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