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INDONESIA-QUAKE/
RTX6EZ0T
October 13, 2018
A fishing boat lies on land while a car is seen stranded in the sea in the area hit by the tsunami on...
Palu, Indonesia
A fishing boat lies on land while a car is seen stranded in the sea in the area hit by the tsunami on...
A fishing boat lies on land while a car is seen stranded in the sea in the area hit by the tsunami on the coastline in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia October 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
INDONESIA/
RTR2M6M9
May 09, 2011
People pray for Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district,...
Makassar, Indonesia
People pray for Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district,...
People pray for Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, in Makassar, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province May 9, 2011. According to local media, the Indonesian passenger plane carrying 27 people crashed on Saturday as it was about to land at the local airport in Kaimana. At least 15 people were killed. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT OBITUARY RELIGION)
INDONESIA/
RTR2M6LK
May 09, 2011
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cry...
Makassar, Indonesia
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cry...
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cry as his coffin arrives in Makassar, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province May 9, 2011. According to local media, the Indonesian passenger plane carrying 27 people crashed on Saturday as it was about to land at the local airport in Kaimana. At least 15 people were killed. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT OBITUARY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2M6LI
May 09, 2011
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cries...
Makassar, Indonesia
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cries...
Relatives of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cries as his coffin arrives in Makassar, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province May 9, 2011. According to local media, the Indonesian passenger plane carrying 27 people crashed on Saturday as it was about to land at the local airport in Kaimana. At least 15 people were killed. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT OBITUARY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2M6LA
May 09, 2011
A relative of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cries...
Makassar, Indonesia
Relative mourns beside a coffin of a victim of Kaimana passenger plane crash in Makassar
A relative of Irwan, a victim of a passenger plane that crashed into the sea off Kaimana district, cries beside his coffin in Makassar, Indonesia's South Sulawesi province May 9, 2011. According to local media, the Indonesian passenger plane carrying 27 people crashed on Saturday as it was about to land at the local airport in Kaimana. At least 15 people were killed. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY OBITUARY)
INDONESIA
RTR2L93O
April 15, 2011
A fisherman walks through the polluted seawater in the village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A fisherman walks through the polluted seawater in the village in Kolaka
A fisherman walks through the polluted seawater in the village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast Sulawesi, April 14, 2011. The sea water has been polluted by waste from increasing numbers of nickel mining companies in the area. As a result of the pollution, fishermen have been unable to cultivate seaweed and gather other marine products for their livelihood, a fisherman said on Thursday. Picture taken April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR2L93L
April 15, 2011
A boat transports fishermen through the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A boat transports fishermen through the polluted village in Kolaka
A boat transports fishermen through the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast Sulawesi, April 14, 2011. The sea water has been polluted by waste from increasing numbers of nickel mining companies in the area. As a result of the pollution, fishermen have been unable to cultivate seaweed and gather other marine products for their livelihood, a fisherman said on Thursday. Picture taken April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR2L93J
April 15, 2011
Houses belonging to fishermen are seen in the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
Houses belonging to fishermen are seen in the polluted village in Kolaka
Houses belonging to fishermen are seen in the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast Sulawesi, April 14, 2011. The sea water has been polluted by waste from increasing numbers of nickel mining companies in the area. As a result of the pollution, fishermen have been unable to cultivate seaweed and gather other marine products for their livelihood, a fisherman said on Thursday. Picture taken April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR2L93H
April 15, 2011
A fisherman prepares his wooden boat in the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A fisherman prepares his wooden boat in the polluted village in Kolaka
A fisherman prepares his wooden boat in the polluted village in Kolaka, a district of Indonesia's southeast Sulawesi, April 14, 2011. The sea water has been polluted by waste from increasing numbers of nickel mining companies in the area. As a result of the pollution, fishermen have been unable to cultivate seaweed and gather other marine products for their livelihood, a fisherman said on Thursday. Picture taken April 14, 2011. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OBAMA INDONESIA/CLIMATE
RTXU8W1
November 05, 2010
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province November 5, 2010. When U.S. President Barack Obama flies over the vast Indonesian archipelago next week, he will see first hand the size of two of the nation's greatest and most threatened resources: its forests and seas. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
OBAMA INDONESIA/CLIMATE
RTXU8VY
November 05, 2010
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province November 5, 2010. When U.S. President Barack Obama flies over the vast Indonesian archipelago next week, he will see first hand the size of two of the nation's greatest and most threatened resources: its forests and seas. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
OBAMA INDONESIA/CLIMATE
RTXU8VT
November 05, 2010
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi...
A villager illegally cuts down a tree in a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province November 5, 2010. When U.S. President Barack Obama flies over the vast Indonesian archipelago next week, he will see first hand the size of two of the nation's greatest and most threatened resources: its forests and seas. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
OBAMA INDONESIA/CLIMATE
RTXU8VS
November 05, 2010
A villager stands next to a pile of wood cut illegally at a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A villager stands next to a pile of wood cut illegally at a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's...
A villager stands next to a pile of wood cut illegally at a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province November 5, 2010. When U.S. President Barack Obama flies over the vast Indonesian archipelago next week, he will see first hand the size of two of the nation's greatest and most threatened resources: its forests and seas. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
OBAMA INDONESIA/CLIMATE
RTXU8VQ
November 05, 2010
A resident walks on a pile of wood cut illegally by villagers at a forest in the North Kolaka district...
KOLAKA, Indonesia
A resident walks on a pile of wood cut illegally by villagers at a forest in the North Kolaka district...
A resident walks on a pile of wood cut illegally by villagers at a forest in the North Kolaka district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province November 5, 2010. When U.S. President Barack Obama flies over the vast Indonesian archipelago next week, he will see first hand the size of two of the nation's greatest and most threatened resources: its forests and seas. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
INDONESIA/
RTXRSTT
December 13, 2009
A woman prepares a meal inside her house which is surrounded by sea water as a result of rising sea levels...
UNA UNA, Indonesia
A woman prepares a meal inside her house which is surrounded by sea water as a result of rising sea levels...
A woman prepares a meal inside her house which is surrounded by sea water as a result of rising sea levels in Una Una, Central Sulawesi December 13, 2009. Rising sea levels have forced villagers to move their houses from the coastline in the past years. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTXQUGP
November 17, 2009
A view of a flooded fishing village in Makassar, in Indonesia's south Sulawesi province, November 17,...
Makassar, Indonesia
A view of a flooded fishing village in Makassar
A view of a flooded fishing village in Makassar, in Indonesia's south Sulawesi province, November 17, 2009. According to a fisherman, the flooding is due to an increase in the sea level, the number of infrastructure developments and a beach reclamation. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR26X7L
August 21, 2009
An emperor shrimp crawls on a spanish dancer nudibranch at Lembeh Strait, off the coast of North Sulawesi,...
Lembeh, Indonesia
An emperor shrimp crawls on a spanish dancer nudibranch at Lembeh Strait, off the coast of North Sulawesi...
An emperor shrimp crawls on a spanish dancer nudibranch at Lembeh Strait, off the coast of North Sulawesi, Indonesia August 20, 2009. The Emperor shrimp, by matching the colour of its host, is adept at forming associations with several species of invertebrate, including the nudibranch and sea cucumbers. REUTERS/David Loh (INDONESIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTXFY4W
May 12, 2009
A watersprout in the sea is pictured near Bitung, in the Indonesia's north Sulawesi province, May 12,...
BITUNG, Indonesia
A watersprout in the sea near Bitung
A watersprout in the sea is pictured near Bitung, in the Indonesia's north Sulawesi province, May 12, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTXFY1F
May 12, 2009
A villager releases baby turtles into the sea at a turtle cultivation center in Bitung, in Indonesia's...
BITUNG, Indonesia
A villager releases baby turtles into the sea at a turtle cultivation center in Bitung
A villager releases baby turtles into the sea at a turtle cultivation center in Bitung, in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province, May 12, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTXFY07
May 12, 2009
A man looks at a watersprout in the sea near Bitung, in the Indonesia's north Sulawesi province, May...
BITUNG, Indonesia
A man looks at a watersprout in the sea near Bitung
A man looks at a watersprout in the sea near Bitung, in the Indonesia's north Sulawesi province, May 12, 2009. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTXFOG3
May 11, 2009
Police escort a group of environmental activists as they shout slogans while protesting against illegal...
Indonesia
Police escort environmental activists protesting against illegal fishing and sea pollution in conjunction...
Police escort a group of environmental activists as they shout slogans while protesting against illegal fishing and sea pollution in conjunction with the World Ocean Conference in Manado May 11, 2009. Ocean experts from around the world meet in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province for the 2009 World Ocean Conference which will be held from May 11-15. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS)
INDONESIA/
RTXFOF5
May 11, 2009
Police escort a group of environmental activists as they shout slogans while protesting against illegal...
Indonesia
Police escort environmental activists protesting against illegal fishing and sea pollution in conjunction...
Police escort a group of environmental activists as they shout slogans while protesting against illegal fishing and sea pollution in conjunction with the World Ocean Conference in Manado May 11, 2009. Ocean experts from around the world meet in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province for the 2009 World Ocean Conference which will be held from May 11-15. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS)
INDONESIA/
RTXFOF1
May 11, 2009
A group of environmental activists shout slogans as they protest against illegal fishing and sea pollution...
Indonesia
A group of environmental activists shout slogans as they protest against illegal fishing and sea pollution...
A group of environmental activists shout slogans as they protest against illegal fishing and sea pollution in conjunction with the World Ocean Conference in Manado May 11, 2009. Ocean experts from around the world meet in Indonesia's North Sulawesi province for the 2009 World Ocean Conference which will be held from May 11-15. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCBUZ
March 04, 2009
A Bajau Laut family sit on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A Bajau Laut family sit on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the...
A Bajau Laut family sit on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring lifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCBUX
March 04, 2009
Bajau Laut children play on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Bajau Laut children play on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
Bajau Laut children play on the deck of their hut in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring lifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCBUW
March 04, 2009
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen during sunset in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen during sunset in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state...
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen during sunset in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring llifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCBUV
March 04, 2009
A Bajau Laut man peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A Bajau Laut man peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of...
A Bajau Laut man peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring lifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCBUT
March 04, 2009
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
A neighbourhood of a Bajau Laut community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring llifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAW4
March 03, 2009
A Bajau Laut family prepares dinner on their boathouse in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Bajau Laut family prepares a dinner on their boathouse in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
A Bajau Laut family prepares dinner on their boathouse in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring llifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAW2
March 03, 2009
Young Bajau Laut play fight in the centre of their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young Bajau Laut play in the centre of their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
Young Bajau Laut play fight in the centre of their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring llifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAW1
March 03, 2009
A Bajau Laut girl basks on her boat in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A Bajau Laut girl basks on her boat in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah...
A Bajau Laut girl basks on her boat in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. The Bajau Laut tribe, also known as sea gypsies, maintain their nomadic, seafaring llifestyles based on the belief that the sea is a place for the living and a trip to the land should only be made to bury the dead. Photo taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
Society
Society
Sea Gypsies Of The Sulawesi Sea - 17 Feb 2009
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MALAYSIA/
RTXEPTV
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighbours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighbours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighbours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MALAYSIA/
RTXEPTT
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies sit on their boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies sit on their boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea...
Young sea gypsies sit on their boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MALAYSIA/
RTXD00X
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQS9
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQS7
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies play in the water in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies play in the water in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
Young sea gypsies play in the water in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQS5
February 17, 2009
A sea gypsy smiles before she leaves to fish in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
A sea gypsy smiles before she leaves to fish in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
A sea gypsy smiles before she leaves to fish in her neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQS3
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQS2
February 17, 2009
A sea gypsy man stands on a boat (not in picture) in his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Sea gypsy man stands on a boat in his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on Borneo...
A sea gypsy man stands on a boat (not in picture) in his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQRZ
February 17, 2009
A sea gypsy teenager arrives to visit her neighour in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Sea gypsy teenager arrives to visit her neighour in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on Borneo...
A sea gypsy teenager arrives to visit her neighour in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQRY
February 17, 2009
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on Borneo...
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQRX
February 17, 2009
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQRT
February 17, 2009
Sea gypsy children peddle their boat through their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Sea gypsy children peddle their boat through their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
Sea gypsy children peddle their boat through their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQQ5
February 17, 2009
A sea gypsy boy peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Sea gypsy boy peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
A sea gypsy boy peddles his boat through his neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQP8
February 17, 2009
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen during sunset in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen during sunset in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen during sunset in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQP3
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies sit on their boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies sit on a boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
Young sea gypsies sit on their boat outside of their family hut in their neighbourhood in Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOS
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea...
Young sea gypsies laugh as they gather outside of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOP
February 17, 2009
A sea gypsy girl peddles her boat through her neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Sea gypsy girl peddles her boat through her neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of...
A sea gypsy girl peddles her boat through her neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOO
February 17, 2009
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen in the Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Neighbourhood of the sea gypsy community is seen in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on...
A neighbourhood of a sea gypsy community is seen in the Sulawesi Sea in the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOM
February 17, 2009
A family of sea gypsies laugh as they sit in their hut in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Family of sea gypsies laugh as they sit in their hut in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah...
A family of sea gypsies laugh as they sit in their hut in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOE
February 17, 2009
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOD
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighbours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state...
Young sea gypsies smile as they arrive to visit their neighbours in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOC
February 17, 2009
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's...
Young sea gypsies play in the water in the centre of their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) FOR BEST QUALITY also see: GF2E53K07A501
MALAYSIA/
RTXBQOA
February 17, 2009
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea near...
SULAWESI SEA, Malaysia
Family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea near Malaysia's...
A family of sea gypsies gather on a deck of their hut in their neighbourhood in the Sulawesi Sea near the Malaysia's state of Sabah on the Borneo island February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
INDONESIA FERRY
RTR23EY1
January 15, 2009
Four more bodies were found at sea from a ferry which sunk off Sulawesi island on Sunday, January 14,...
PAREPARE, Indonesia
Four more bodies were found at sea from a ferry which sunk off Sulawesi island
Four more bodies were found at sea from a ferry which sunk off Sulawesi island on Sunday, January 14, 2009. Indonesian disaster investigators are focusing on the weather as the cause of a weekend ferry sinking, an official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FERRY
RTR23B86
January 12, 2009
Indonesian rescue members study a map on a rescue ship during a search for victims of a ferry which sank...
PARE PARE, Indonesia
Indonesian rescue members study a map on a rescue ship during a search for victims of a ferry which sank...
Indonesian rescue members study a map on a rescue ship during a search for victims of a ferry which sank off Sulawesi island, January 12, 2009. Nearly 250 people are still missing from an Indonesian ferry which sank in heavy seas at the weekend, officials said on Monday, as bad weather hampered the rescue effort. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FERRY/
RTR23B7S
January 12, 2009
Yasmiati, an Indonesian woman, shows photographs of her family members whom she said boarded the ferry...
PARE PARE, Indonesia
Indonesian woman shows photographs of her family members in Pare Pare
Yasmiati, an Indonesian woman, shows photographs of her family members whom she said boarded the ferry that sank off Sulawesi island in Pare Pare port, January 12, 2009. Nearly 250 people are still missing from an Indonesian ferry which sank in heavy seas at the weekend, officials said on Monday, as bad weather hampered rescue efforts. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FERRY/
RTR23B7R
January 12, 2009
Yasmiati, an Indonesian woman, shows photographs of her family members whom she said boarded the ferry...
PARE PARE, Indonesia
Indonesian woman shows photographs of her family members in Pare Pare
Yasmiati, an Indonesian woman, shows photographs of her family members whom she said boarded the ferry that sank off Sulawesi island in Pare Pare port, January 12, 2009. Nearly 250 people are still missing from an Indonesian ferry which sank in heavy seas at the weekend, officials said on Monday, as bad weather hampered rescue efforts. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FERRY
RTR23AYX
January 12, 2009
A relative of a passenger aboard a ferry which sank sits in an office at Pare Pare port on the Indonesian...
PARE PARE, Indonesia
A relative of a passenger aboard a ferry which sank sits in an office at Pare Pare port
A relative of a passenger aboard a ferry which sank sits in an office at Pare Pare port on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi January 12, 2009. Indonesian rescue teams were desperately searching for more survivors on Monday as scores remained missing after a ferry carrying 250 passengers and 17 crew sank in stormy seas at the weekend in the country's east. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA)
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