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GERMANY-RUSSIA/PULLOUT
RTR44YBE
September 04, 2014
A manual telephone switch box used by Soviet army soldiers for their last communication to their Moscow...
WUENSDORF, Germany
A manual telephone switch box used by Soviet army soldiers for their last communication to their Moscow...
A manual telephone switch box used by Soviet army soldiers for their last communication to their Moscow army headquarters in 1994 is pictured in Wuensdorf, south of Berlin, August 30, 2014. Twenty years ago the last Soviet soldier left Germany after one of the biggest peacetime military manoeuvres in history, a triumph of organisation that ended the Soviet's almost 50-year Cold War presence in the former East Germany. Picture taken August 30, 2014. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
USA-FLOODING/
RTR2NXLG
June 21, 2011
Workers with CenturyLink telephone company work on building a three-foot wall of sandbags surrounding...
MOUND CITY, UNITED STATES
Workers with CenturyLink telephone company work on building a three-foot wall of sandbags surrounding...
Workers with CenturyLink telephone company work on building a three-foot wall of sandbags surrounding a switching station during the mandatory evacuation of Craig, Missouri. June 21, 2011. Some 300 residents of a northwest Missouri town were ordered to evacuate, because of two breaches in Missouri River levees and expectations that water will top secondary barriers, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
IRAQ
RTRDOWF
February 26, 2004
Iraqi technicians test the telephone switches at the Mamoun communication tower in Baghdad on February...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI TECHNICIANS TEST THE TELEPHONE SWITCHES IN BAGHDAD.
Iraqi technicians test the telephone switches at the Mamoun communication tower in Baghdad on February 26, 2004. Work was completed on Thursday on rebuilding some dozen telephone exchanges in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, destroyed by U.S. bombardment last year. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber REUTERS OP/
ENVIRONMENT LOVECANAL
RTRWZE
July 18, 2003
An abandoned telephone switch post lies next to an abandoned sidewalk
near the area formerly known as...
Niagara Falls, United States of America
ABANDONED TELEPHONE SWITCH BOX IN FORMER LOVE CANAL NEIGHBORHOOD IN
NIAGARA FALLS.
An abandoned telephone switch post lies next to an abandoned sidewalk
near the area formerly known as the Love Canal, in Niagara Falls, New
York, July 18, 2003. Twenty five years ago, Love Canal was America's
most notorious toxic dump, where leaking poisons from waste dumped by
the Hooker Chemical Company (now Occidental Chemical) forced thousands
to flee their homes and awoke the nation to the dangers of pollution.
The U.S. government eventually declared emergency evacuations of the
area in 1978 and 1980, and relocated more than 800 families and
reimbursed them for their homes which were destroyed. Picture taken
July 18, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Segar/FEATURE/ENVIRONMENT-LOVECANAL

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