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CHILE-COPPER/ESCONDIDA
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February 08, 2017
FILE PHOTO: Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at La Escondida, the world's biggest copper mine, near...
Antofagasta, Chile
FILE PHOTO: Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at La Escondida, the world's biggest copper mine, near...
FILE PHOTO: Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at La Escondida, the world's biggest copper mine, near Antofagasta, Chile March 31, 2008. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/File Photo
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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February 12, 2014
A Free Syrian Army fighter throws a homemade dynamite towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar...
DEIR AL ZOR, Syria
A Free Syrian Army fighter throws a homemade dynamite towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar...
A Free Syrian Army fighter throws a homemade dynamite towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Deir al-Zor, eastern Syria February 11, 2014. Picture taken February 11, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOLIVIA/
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April 24, 2012
A miner of the Bolivian Union Workers (COB) lights a cigar while holding a stick of dynamite during a...
La Paz, Bolivia
A miner of the Bolivian Union Workers (COB) lights a cigar while holding a stick of dynamite during a...
A miner of the Bolivian Union Workers (COB) lights a cigar while holding a stick of dynamite during a protest rally in La Paz April 24, 2012. Demonstrators protested against the policies of Bolivian President Evo Morales' government, with the COB leaders demanding an increase in their wages. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
LEBANON/
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October 21, 2011
Masked Palestinian children, wearing mock explosive belts and holding Korans, flash victory signs as...
Beirut, Lebanon
Masked Palestinian children, wearing mock explosive belts and holding Korans, flash victory signs as...
Masked Palestinian children, wearing mock explosive belts and holding Korans, flash victory signs as they walk past a poster depicting Syria's President Bashar al-Assad during a march at the Burj al-Barajneh refugee camp in Beirut October 21, 2011, marking the 24th anniversary of Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement foundation, and the 16th anniversary of the killing of the movement's founder Fathi Shaqaqi. REUTERS/ Sharif Karim (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
LEBANON/
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January 04, 2009
Members of the Lebanese Islamist group "al-Gama'a al Islamiya" wear mock explosive belts during a protest...
Beirut, Lebanon
Members of Lebanese Islamist group "al-Gama'a al Islamiya" wear mock explosive belts during protest in...
Members of the Lebanese Islamist group "al-Gama'a al Islamiya" wear mock explosive belts during a protest in front of the U.N. headquarters in Beirut against Israel's attacks on Gaza January 4, 2009.The wording on the green ribbon reads: "Mohammad is Allah's messenger". REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
CHILE-COPPER/ESCONDIDA
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April 01, 2008
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the La Escondida copper mine near Antofagasta, some 1,545 km (980...
Antofagasta, Chile
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the La Escondida copper mine near Antofagasta
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the La Escondida copper mine near Antofagasta, some 1,545 km (980 miles) north of Santiago city and 3,100 meters (10,170 feet) above sea level, March 31, 2008. Escondida, in northern Chile and the world's largest copper mine, produced about 1.5 million tonnes of copper in 2007, according to the company. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
BOLIVIA-MINING/POTOSI
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February 28, 2008
An explosives vendor (L) hands over to a customer a bag containing dynamite, fuse and ammonium nitrate...
Potosi, Bolivia
A vendor sells explosives to a miner in Potosi
An explosives vendor (L) hands over to a customer a bag containing dynamite, fuse and ammonium nitrate for a total price of a little more than one dollar, on a street where miners go to stock up on their way to or from work, in Potosi February 27, 2008. Hundreds of years after losing its status as one of the world's richest cities to become deeply poor, thousands of miners have returned to Potosi's mines as high international mineral prices have ignited a boom for silver, zinc and tin in this colonial city perched atop the Andes. Picture taken February 27. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
GOLD-RUSSIA/
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July 19, 2007
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the Olimpiada gold mine near the Siberian town of Severo-Yeniseisky,...
SEVERO-YENISEISKY, Russia
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the Olimpiada gold mine near the Siberian town of Severo-Yeniseisky...
Dynamite explosions blast rock mass at the Olimpiada gold mine near the Siberian town of Severo-Yeniseisky, some 500 km (311 miles) north of Krasnoyarsk, July 16, 2007. Cutting the ribbon at Russia's largest gold mine this week, local governor Alexander Khloponin forecasts a huge increase in production by the time gold medals are handed out at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Picture taken 16, 2007. REUTERS/Robin Paxton (RUSSIA)
BOLIVIA/
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July 18, 2007
A Bolivian riot policeman holds confiscated dynamite sticks during clashes with independent miners in...
El Alto, Bolivia
Bolivian riot policeman holds confiscated dynamite sticks during clashes with independent miners in El...
A Bolivian riot policeman holds confiscated dynamite sticks during clashes with independent miners in El Alto near La Paz July 17, 2007. Hundreds of independent miners clashed with military and police combined forces. The miners want the leftist government of President Evo Morales to scrap a series of laws and decrees that strengthen state mining company COMIBOL (Corporacion Minera de Bolivia). Picture taken July 17, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
TAJIKISTAN
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June 24, 2007
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of...
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht east of Dushanbe
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
BOLIVIA/
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February 06, 2007
An independent miner holds dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007. Mining...
La Paz, Bolivia
An independent miner holds dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz
An independent miner holds dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007. Mining cooperatives, to which some 55,000 independent miners belong, strongly oppose plans by the leftist government Evo Morales to increase taxes on miners and overhaul the mining industry. Miner protests have helped to topple presidents in the past, and last year 16 miners died in dynamite battles for control of Huanuni, the country's largest tin mine. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
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February 06, 2007
An independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007....
La Paz, Bolivia
A independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz
An independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007. Mining cooperatives, to which some 55,000 independent miners belong, strongly oppose plans by the leftist government Evo Morales to increase taxes on miners and overhaul the mining industry. Miner protests have helped to topple presidents in the past, and last year 16 miners died in dynamite battles for control of Huanuni, the country's largest tin mine. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
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April 23, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Former Bolivian miner workers Julio Saravia on a wheelchair, helped by unidentified...
La Paz, Bolivia
Former Bolivian miners with dynamite tied to their chests.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Former Bolivian miner workers Julio Saravia on a wheelchair, helped by unidentified man, Ana Basagoitia de Olmos (C) and Francisco Franco are seen with dynamite tied to their chest inside theMiners Union Workers Federation headquarter in La Paz, Bolivia, April 24, 2004. Three miners are threatening to blow themselves up if President Carlos Mesa's minister doesn't negoatiate to pay their pensions. REUTERS/David Mercado
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