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RUSSIA-REVOLUTION/ANNIVERSARY
RTS1IITU
November 05, 2017
A couple takes selfie with portraits of the last Russian Tsar, Nikolas II, and founder of the Soviet...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Couple takes selfie with portraits of last Russian Tsar Nikolay II and founder of the Soviet Union Lenin...
A couple takes selfie with portraits of the last Russian Tsar, Nikolas II, and founder of the Soviet Union Vladimir Lenin (R) displayed on a steamship, during the Museum Night in, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia November 5 2017. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SED5
March 07, 2015
Wine sommelier Larry Stone of Napa, California, prepares to taste wine recovered from a shipwreck at...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Wine sommelier Larry Stone of Napa, California, prepares to taste wine recovered from a shipwreck, in...
Wine sommelier Larry Stone of Napa, California, prepares to taste wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. The bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEBQ
March 07, 2015
Sommeliers Larry Stone and Paul Roberts, both of Napa, California, inspect a bottle recovered from a...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Sommeliers Stone and Roberts inspect a bottle recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival...
Sommeliers Larry Stone and Paul Roberts, both of Napa, California, inspect a bottle recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEBI
March 07, 2015
Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Teissedre, professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of wine recovered...
Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEB7
March 07, 2015
Ray Isle, wine editor of Food and Wine Magazine, looks on as wine sommelier Laura Maniec of New York...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Isle, wine editor of Food and Wine Magazine, looks on as wine sommelier Maniec prepares to taste wine...
Ray Isle, wine editor of Food and Wine Magazine, looks on as wine sommelier Laura Maniec of New York City, prepares to taste wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY FOOD)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEB2
March 07, 2015
Oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux explains the chemical make-up...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Oenology professor Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux explains the chemical make-up of the bottle...
Oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux explains the chemical make-up of the bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEAZ
March 07, 2015
Sommeliers Larry Stone and Paul Roberts, both of Napa, California, pour wine recovered from a shipwreck...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Sommeliers Stone and Roberts pour wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston,...
Sommeliers Larry Stone and Paul Roberts, both of Napa, California, pour wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEAY
March 07, 2015
Oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux inspects the cork from a bottle...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Oenology professor Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux inspects the cork from a bottle of wine recovered...
Oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux inspects the cork from a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck using an iPhone for illumination at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY FOOD)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEAW
March 07, 2015
Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Teissedre, professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of wine recovered...
Pierre-Louis Teissedre, a professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux, looks over a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEAU
March 07, 2015
Wine sommelier Paul Roberts (C) of Napa, California, Ray Isle (R) of Food and Wine Magazine, and Larry...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Wine sommelier Roberts, Isle of Food and Wine Magazine, and Stone react to the smell of wine recovered...
Wine sommelier Paul Roberts (C) of Napa, California, Ray Isle (R) of Food and Wine Magazine, and Larry Stone of Napa, California, react to the smell of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SEAP
March 07, 2015
(L-R) Wine experts Pierre-Louis Teissedre, Larry Stone, Paul Roberts and Ray Isle, react to the color...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Wine experts react to the color and smell of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival...
(L-R) Wine experts Pierre-Louis Teissedre, Larry Stone, Paul Roberts and Ray Isle, react to the color and smell of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-SHIPWRECK/WINE
RTR4SE7R
March 07, 2015
Wine sommelier Larry Stone (R) of Napa, California inspects a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Wine sommelier Stone of Napa, California inspects a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the...
Wine sommelier Larry Stone (R) of Napa, California inspects a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-hulled sidewheel steamship that sank under mysterious circumstances during the U.S. Civil War. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160ME
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe member Edna Bowers, descendent of Polly Parker, visits Egmont Key State Park as part of...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe member Edna Bowers, descendent of Polly Parker, visits Egmont Key State Park
Seminole Tribe member Edna Bowers, descendent of Polly Parker, visits Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Parker was one of hundreds of Seminole Tribe members imprisoned at Egmont Key near the mouth of Tampa Bay by federal officials in the 1850s during the Third Seminole War. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160MC
December 02, 2013
Dead palm trees litter the eroded shoreline of Egmont Key State Park where Seminole tribe members began...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Dead palm trees litter the eroded shoreline of Egmont Key State Park
Dead palm trees litter the eroded shoreline of Egmont Key State Park where Seminole tribe members began a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160MA
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe members Norman "Skeeter" Bowers (L) and Edna Bowers (C) look over historic photographs...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe members look over historic photographs during a visit to Egmont Key State Park
Seminole Tribe members Norman "Skeeter" Bowers (L) and Edna Bowers (C) look over historic photographs with Woody Hanson (R), who says his grandfather - W. Stanley Hanson - was an advocate for the Seminole Tribe and was with Parker when she died, during a visit to Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160M3
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe members, aboard a charter boat, depart Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe members, aboard a charter boat, depart Egmont Key State Park
Seminole Tribe members, aboard a charter boat, depart Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160M0
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe member Bobby Henry visits Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe member Bobby Henry visits Egmont Key State Park
Seminole Tribe member Bobby Henry visits Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160LX
December 02, 2013
Florida Park Services Director Donald Forgione (at podium) addresses Seminole Tribe members and guests...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Florida Park Services Director Forgione addresses Seminole Tribe members during a visit to Egmont Key...
Florida Park Services Director Donald Forgione (at podium) addresses Seminole Tribe members and guests during a visit to Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160LM
December 02, 2013
Egmont Key State Park manager Peter Krulder (L), Seminole Tribe members Willie Johns (C), Edna Bowers...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe members look at historic photographs during a visit to Egmont Key State Park
Egmont Key State Park manager Peter Krulder (L), Seminole Tribe members Willie Johns (C), Edna Bowers (R) and Peter Gallagher look at historic photographs during a visit to the park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160LI
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe member and historian Willie Johns holds up a photograph of Polly Parker during a visit...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribe member Willie Johns holds up a photograph of Polly Parker during a visit to Egmont Key...
Seminole Tribe member and historian Willie Johns holds up a photograph of Polly Parker during a visit to Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Parker escaped from captivity by the U.S. government during a stop in north Florida in 1858 as imprisoned Seminoles were forcibly relocated by steamship from Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/SEMINOLE
RTX160LH
December 02, 2013
Seminole Tribe member Edna Bowers (R), descendent of Polly Parker, looks on as fellow tribe member Willie...
EGMONT KEY, UNITED STATES
Seminole Tribal member Bowers looks on as people hang a photograph of Parker at Egmont Key State Park...
Seminole Tribe member Edna Bowers (R), descendent of Polly Parker, looks on as fellow tribe member Willie Johns (L) and Florida Park Services Director Donald Forgione hang a photograph of Parker in a museum at Egmont Key State Park as part of a historic journey to retrace the "Voyage of Tears" in Egmont Key, Florida, December 1, 2013. Parker was one of hundreds of Seminole Tribe members imprisoned at Egmont Key near the mouth of Tampa Bay by federal officials in the 1850s during the Third Seminole War. Seminoles captured by the U.S. government during the 1850s were forcibly relocated by steamship from imprisonment on Egmont, then overland to the Indian territories in Oklahoma. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NEWZEALAND/
RTR2RA0H
September 14, 2011
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth...
Queenstown, New Zealand
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
NEWZEALAND/
RTR2R9YR
September 14, 2011
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth...
Queenstown, New Zealand
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
NEWZEALAND/
RTR2R9YP
September 14, 2011
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth...
Queenstown, New Zealand
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown
The steamship "Earnslaw" cruises on Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND)
CANADA/
RTR2GDPS
July 13, 2010
A helicopter check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak...
STE CATHERINE, Canada
A helicopter check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak...
A helicopter check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal, July 13, 2010. The CSL Richelieu's fuel tank was punctured releasing an unknown amount of diesel when it ran aground Monday night after it lost power near the Cote-Sainte-Catherine lock, south of Montreal. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR2GDPQ
July 13, 2010
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence...
STE CATHERINE, Canada
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence...
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal, July 13, 2010. The CSL Richelieu's fuel tank was punctured releasing an unknown amount of diesel when it ran aground Monday night after it lost power near the Cote-Sainte-Catherine lock, south of Montreal. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR2GDPP
July 13, 2010
Workers check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes...
STE CATHERINE, Canada
Workers check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes...
Workers check the waters surrounding the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal, July 13, 2010. The CSL Richelieu's fuel tank was punctured releasing an unknown amount of diesel when it ran aground Monday night after it lost power near the Cote-Sainte-Catherine lock, south of Montreal. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR2GDPK
July 13, 2010
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence...
STE CATHERINE, Canada
Leaked diesel fuel surrounds grounded CSL cargo ship as fuel leak closes St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal...
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal, July 13, 2010. The CSL Richelieu's fuel tank was punctured releasing an unknown amount of diesel when it ran aground Monday night after it lost power near the Cote-Sainte-Catherine lock, south of Montreal. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR2GDPF
July 13, 2010
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence...
STE CATHERINE, Canada
Leaked diesel fuel surrounds grounded CSL cargo ship as fuel leak closes St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal...
Diesel fuel surrounds the Canada Steamship Lines cargo ship Richelieu as a fuel leak closes the St. Lawrence Seaway near Montreal, July 13, 2010. The CSL Richelieu's fuel tank was punctured releasing an unknown amount of diesel when it ran aground Monday night after it lost power near the Cote-Sainte-Catherine lock, south of Montreal. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
KATRINA
RTRN9Q6
September 08, 2005
Workers use a row boat to inspect the hull of a steamship now serving as a floating casino along the...
Vicksburg, USA
Workers inspect hull of steamboat casino in Vicksburg Mississippi.
Workers use a row boat to inspect the hull of a steamship now serving as a floating casino along the Mississippi River in Vicksburg, Mississippi September 8, 2005. Though Vicksburg received moderate damage as a result of the hurricane, their neighbors along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi did not fare as well. More than 200 people are reported dead in the state as a result of Hurricane Katrina. Picture taken September 8, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith RG/CCK
KALAM
RTRCTC7
May 29, 2005
India's President Abdul Kalam (L) takes pictures of the landscape while Swiss President Samuel Schmid...
Iseltwald, Switzerland
Indian president Abdul Kalam takes pictures aboard a steamship on the lake of Brienz.
India's President Abdul Kalam (L) takes pictures of the landscape while Swiss President Samuel Schmid (R) looks on aboard the steamship "Loetschberg" on the lake of Brienz, Switzerland, May 28. President Kalam is on an official two-day visit to Switzerland, which ends on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcus Gyger MG/CR/FA
KALAM
RTRCPZS
May 28, 2005
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake of Brienz....
Iseltwald, Switzerland
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake ...
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake of Brienz. Swiss President Samuel Schmid (R) takes pictures of India's President Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam (L) aboard the steamship "Loetschberg" on the lake of Brienz, Switzerland May 28. 2005. President Kalam is on an official two-day visit to Switzerland, which ends on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcus Gyger
KALAM
RTRCPYH
May 28, 2005
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake of Brienz....
Iseltwald, Switzerland
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake ...
Swiss president Schmid takes pictures of India's president Kalam aboard a steamship on the lake of Brienz. Swiss President Samuel Schmid (R) takes pictures of India's President Abdul Kalam (L) aboard the steamship "Loetschberg" on the lake of Brienz, Switzerland May 28. 2005. President Kalam is on an official two-day visit to Switzerland, which ends on Saturday. REUTERS/Marcus Gyger
CANADA POLITCS
RTR2755
August 27, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company,...
Ottawa
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE PAUL MARTIN.
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, August 27, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, turned the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Chris Wattie

CW
CANADA POLITCS
RTR274Z
August 27, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company,...
Ottawa
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE PAUL MARTIN TRANSFERS CONTROL OF
HIS COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, August 27, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, turned the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Chris Wattie

CW/GAC
CANADA POLITCS
RTR274H
August 27, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company,...
Ottawa
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE PAUL MARTIN TRANSFERS CONTROL OF
COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin confirmed he has
transferred control of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, August 27, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, turned the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Chris Wattie

CW/GAC
MARTIN
RTXLU1Q
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his divestiture of his company, Canada...
Ottawa, Canada
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his divestiture of his company, Canada.....
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his divestiture of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news conference in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. [Martin, bowing to pressure of a potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.]
CANADA MARTIN
RTRJSQV
March 11, 2003
The Canada Steamship Lines ship Ferbec sits docked in port in Montreal,
March 11, 2003. Paul Martin,...
Montreal, Canada
CANADA STEAMSHIP FREIGHTER SITS IN THE PORT OF MONTREAL.
The Canada Steamship Lines ship Ferbec sits docked in port in Montreal,
March 11, 2003. Paul Martin, the front-runner to replace Jean Chretien
as prime minister, bowed to criticism about conflict of interest on and
said he would turn over control of his cherished shipping firm, Canada
Steamship Lines, to his sons. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
CANADA POLITICS
RTRJSH6
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin announces he will
cut ties to his company, Canada...
Ottawa, Canada
LIBERAL LEADERSHIP FRONT RUNNER MARTIN CUTS TIES TO COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin announces he will
cut ties to his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news conference
in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a potential
conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three sons so
he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada. REUTERS/Jim
Young

JY/HB
CANADA POLITICS
RTRJSGT
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin arrives at a news
conference to announce his divestiture...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CONTENDER ARRIVES FOR NEWS CONFERENCE.
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin arrives at a news
conference to announce his divestiture of his company, Canada Steamship
Lines, in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Jim Young

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CANADA POLITICS
RTRJSGB
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his
divestiture of his company, Canada...
Ottawa, Canada
LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CONTENDER MARTIN COMMENTS ON HIS COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his
divestiture of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Jim Young

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CANADA POLITCS
RTRJSFK
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin announces he will
sever his ties with his company,...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE MARTIN SEVERS TIES WITH COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin announces he will
sever his ties with his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Jim Young

JY/HB
CANADA POLITCS
RTRJSE3
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin announces he will
sever his ties with his company,...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE MARTIN SEVERS TIES WITH COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin announces he will
sever his ties with his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Jim Young

JY/HB
CANADA POLITICS
RTRJSCO
March 11, 2003
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his
divestiture of his company, Canada...
Ottawa, Canada
LIBERAL LEADERSHIP CANDIDATE MARTIN COMMENTS ON CONTROL OF COMPANY.
Canadian Liberal leadership candidate Paul Martin comments on his
divestiture of his company, Canada Steamship Lines, at a news
conference in Ottawa, March 11, 2003. Martin, bowing to pressure of a
potential conflict of interest, will turn the company over to his three
sons so he can run to become the next prime minister of Canada.
REUTERS/Jim Young

JY/HB
PANAMA
RTXJX6I
August 23, 2000
Joan Katherine from Omar Torrijos elementary school along with other 319 students plants a tree on the...
Panama, Panama
Joan Katherine from Omar Torrijos elementary school along with other 319 students plants a tree on t.....
Joan Katherine from Omar Torrijos elementary school along with other 319 students plants a tree on the banks of the Gaillard Cut during activities to mark the 86th anniversary of the waterway's opening August 23, 2000. The Canal, which was inaugurated on August 15, 1914 by the steamship Ancon, passed from U.S. to Panamanian control at noon on December 31 last year.
PANAMA
RTR7JML
August 23, 2000
Joan Katherine from Omar Torrijos elementary school along with other 319 students plants a tree on the...
Panama, Panama
PANAMA STUDENTS PLANTS A TREE.
Joan Katherine from Omar Torrijos elementary school along with other 319 students plants a tree on the banks of the Gaillard Cut during activities to mark the 86th anniversary of the waterway's opening August 23, 2000. The Canal, which was inaugurated on August 15, 1914 by the steamship Ancon, passed from U.S. to Panamanian control at noon on December 31 last year.

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PANAMA
RTR7JMD
August 23, 2000
Panama President Mireya Moscoso plants a tree on the banks of the Gaillard Cut during activities to mark...
Panama, Panama
PANAMA PRESIDENT MIREYA MOSCOSO PLANTS A TREE.
Panama President Mireya Moscoso plants a tree on the banks of the Gaillard Cut during activities to mark the 86th anniversary of the waterway's opening in Panama on August 23, 2000. The Canal, which was inaugurated on August 15, 1914 by the steamship Ancon, passed from U.S. to Panamanian control at noon on December 31 last year.

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