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BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTX7BTVD
December 05, 2019
Dec 1, 2019; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers guard Miles McBride (4) shoots a three pointer...
Morgantown, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: Rhode Island at West Virginia
Dec 1, 2019; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers guard Miles McBride (4) shoots a three pointer during the second half against the Rhode Island Rams at WVU Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Top 10 countries by nuclear power generation
11 PICTURES
INDONESIA-COASTLINE/
RTS1MH1O
March 07, 2018
Experts say scores of villages and towns along Indonesia's shoreline are being inundated because of...
Jakarta, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Sinking shoreline threatens millions in Indonesia
Experts say scores of villages and towns along Indonesia's shoreline are being inundated because of a grim combination of man-made environmental destruction and climate change. Roughly 40 percent of Jakarta is below sea level and a new sea wall has had to be built in a bid to hold back the waves. Indonesia, an archipelago of thousands of islands, has about 81,000 km (50,331 miles) of coastline, making it particularly vulnerable to climate change. It is also home to more than a fifth of the world's mangrove forests, which naturally help keep the tides out. But only 3 million hectares of mangroves remain, down from nearly double that three decades ago, according to Wetlands International. For years, coastal communities have chopped down the mangrove forests to clear the way for fish and shrimp farms, and for rice paddies. In some places, hundreds of metres of coast that used to be lined with mangroves have now been swallowed up by the sea. The government has scrambled to work with environmental groups to replant mangroves, build dykes and relocate some people. But many residents, mostly poor fishermen and vendors, are either reluctant to leave their old family homes or simply have nowhere to go further inland on crowded Java. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "COASTLINE INDONESIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: INDONESIA-COASTLINE/
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38B6U
May 31, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured through a car window in Royalton, Pennsylvania,...
ROYALTON, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured through a car window in Royalton
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured through a car window in Royalton, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APY
May 31, 2017
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,...
DAUPHIN COUNTY, UNITED STATES
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APS
May 31, 2017
Lincoln Haldeman talks on the phone while his daughters Adley (L) and Makenna (R) play along the banks...
ROYALTON, UNITED STATES
Lincoln Haldeman talks on the phone while his daughters Adley (L) and Makenna (R) play along the banks...
Lincoln Haldeman talks on the phone while his daughters Adley (L) and Makenna (R) play along the banks of the Susquehanna River in front of Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Royalton, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APR
May 31, 2017
Lincoln Haldeman walks with his daughters Adley (C) and Makenna (L) play along the banks of the Susquehanna...
ROYALTON, UNITED STATES
Lincoln Haldeman walks with his daughters Adley (C) and Makenna (L) play along the banks of the Susquehanna...
Lincoln Haldeman walks with his daughters Adley (C) and Makenna (L) play along the banks of the Susquehanna River in front of Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Royalton, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APO
May 31, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured from Royalton, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017....
ROYALTON, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured from Royalton
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured from Royalton, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APK
May 31, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017....
DAUPHIN COUNTY, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38API
May 31, 2017
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,...
DAUPHIN COUNTY, UNITED STATES
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County
The front entrance of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APG
May 31, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017....
DAUPHIN COUNTY, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38APE
May 31, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017....
DAUPHIN COUNTY, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AP0
May 31, 2017
A bird flies over the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30,...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
A bird flies over the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro
A bird flies over the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AE9
May 30, 2017
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro,...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro...
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AE8
May 30, 2017
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro,...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro...
A man fishes in the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AE2
May 30, 2017
A woman walks her dog along the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
A woman walks her dog along the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant...
A woman walks her dog along the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AE1
May 30, 2017
People work on a car across the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
People work on a car across the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant...
People work on a car across the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38ADZ
May 30, 2017
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured behind a residential community in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania,...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured behind a residential community in Goldsboro
The Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant is pictured behind a residential community in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
USA-NUCLEAR/THREEMILEISLAND
RTX38AD6
May 30, 2017
A boat navigates the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro,...
Goldsboro, UNITED STATES
A boat navigates the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro...
A boat navigates the Susquehanna River in front of the Three Mile Island Nuclear power plant in Goldsboro, Pennsylvania, U.S. May 30, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R4ES
September 04, 2015
A local man takes his morning walk, with the empty box of a dinghy left by migrants in the foreground,...
Bodrum, Turkey
A local man takes his morning walk, with the empty box of a dinghy left by migrants in the foreground,...
A local man takes his morning walk, with the empty box of a dinghy left by migrants in the foreground, near the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R4A2
September 04, 2015
Syrian boys sit in an advertorial stand of a travel agency in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September...
Bodrum, Turkey
Syrian boys sit in an advertorial stand of a travel agency in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey
Syrian boys sit in an advertorial stand of a travel agency in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R4A1
September 04, 2015
A Syrian family sits in a street, with a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet with a picture of three-year-old...
Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian family sits in a street, with a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet with a picture of three-year-old...
A Syrian family sits in a street, with a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet with a picture of three-year-old drowned Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi in the background, in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R49X
September 04, 2015
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish...
Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R49U
September 04, 2015
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish...
Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian man sleeps at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R49S
September 04, 2015
A Syrian woman and her children walk past a Turkish flag and a banner of modern Turkey's founder Ataturk...
Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian woman and her children walk past a Turkish flag and a banner of modern Turkey's founder Ataturk...
A Syrian woman and her children walk past a Turkish flag and a banner of modern Turkey's founder Ataturk in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R49R
September 04, 2015
A life vest is displayed along with clothes at a shop in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September...
Bodrum, Turkey
A life vest is displayed along with clothes at a shop in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey
A life vest is displayed along with clothes at a shop in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant crisis. But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R41D
September 04, 2015
A Syrian family takes shelter at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015....
Bodrum, Turkey
A Syrian family takes shelter at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum
A Syrian family takes shelter at a playground in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant cris But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-BODRUM
RTX1R3Y7
September 04, 2015
Syrian boys look at a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet which carries a picture of three-year-old...
Bodrum, Turkey
Syrian boys look at a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet which carries a picture of three-year-old...
Syrian boys look at a copy of Turkish daily newspaper Hurriyet which carries a picture of three-year-old drowned Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi in its headline, in the resort town of Bodrum, Turkey, September 4, 2015. Turkish authorities stopped 57 people trying to cross to the Greek island of Kos on Thursday night, as migrants trying to reach Europe remained undeterred by the drowning of two toddlers this week on the same route. Images of the tiny body of 3-year old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach near the Turkish resort of Bodrum sparked a global outpouring of sympathy, and shocked European governments into renewed focus on tackling the migrant cris But the death of Kurdi - along with his 5-year old brother Galip, his mother and nine others - has done little to deter migrants, many refugees from war in the Middle East, from taking to small boats for the 4 km (2 mile) nocturnal crossing to Kos from Bodrum. Coastguards halted three boats carrying 57 Syrians, Afghans and Pakistanis late on Thursday, impounding the vessels and taking the passengers back to Turkey, where they spent the night sleeping under blankets in the yard of the coastguard building. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTX1E5D0
May 22, 2015
Dec 1, 2019; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers guard Miles McBride (4) shoots a three pointer...
Morgantown, multiple countries
NCAA Basketball: Rhode Island at West Virginia
Dec 1, 2019; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers guard Miles McBride (4) shoots a three pointer during the second half against the Rhode Island Rams at WVU Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports
JAMAICA-MARLEY/
RTR4OPFJ
February 08, 2015
Marcia Griffiths, a former member of the trio of backing singers "I Threes" who sang with late reggae...
Kingston, Jamaica
Griffiths, a former member of the trio of backing singers "I Threes" who sang with late reggae legend...
Marcia Griffiths, a former member of the trio of backing singers "I Threes" who sang with late reggae legend Bob Marley and The Wailers, performs while standing in front of a photograph of Marley during a concert in celebration of the 70th anniversary of Marley's birth, in Kingston late February 7, 2015. Jamaicans started to celebrate Bob Marley's 70th birthday on Friday with a jamming session at his former home and a string of free concerts as the Caribbean island continues to wrestle over his place in its pantheon of heroes. Marley, who was born in Nine Miles, northwest Jamaica, died on May 11, 1981, in a Florida hospital from cancer age 36. Picture taken Feburary 7, 2015. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy (JAMAICA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY ENTERTAINMENT)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5SA
March 30, 2014
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines...
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines used as a military outpost, in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5S5
March 30, 2014
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines...
A Philippine flag flutters onboard the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines used as a military outpost, in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5S4
March 30, 2014
The BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines live on as a military outpost,...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
The BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines live on as a military outpost,...
The BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines live on as a military outpost, is pictured in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5S3
March 30, 2014
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, prepares to leave...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, prepares to leave...
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, prepares to leave on his last day of deployment in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5S0
March 30, 2014
A Chinese Coastguard vessel patrols near the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A Chinese Coastguard vessel patrols near the BRP Sierra Madre in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal
A Chinese Coastguard vessel patrols near the BRP Sierra Madre, a marooned transport ship which Philippine Marines live on as a military outpost, in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5RQ
March 30, 2014
A newly deployed Philippine Marine, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A newly deployed Philippine Marine, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
A newly deployed Philippine Marine, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, fishes near the ship in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5RI
March 30, 2014
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, lifts weights on...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, lifts weights on...
A Philippine Marine of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, lifts weights on his last day of deployment in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5RD
March 30, 2014
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, take part in a flag raising ceremony onboard the ship in the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea on Saturday, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-CHINA/REEF
RTR3J5QU
March 30, 2014
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
SECOND THOMAS SHOAL, Mid-Sea
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre,...
Newly deployed Philippine Marines, part of a military detachment stationed aboard the BRP Sierra Madre, wave as a Philippine government ship bringing supplies to the BRP Sierra Madre leaves the disputed Second Thomas Shoal, part of the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea March 30, 2014. The Philippine government vessel made a dash for shallow waters around the disputed reef in the South China Sea, evading two Chinese coastguard ships trying to block its path to deliver food, water and fresh troops to a military outpost on the shoal. There, around eight Filipino soldiers live for three months at a time in harsh conditions on a reef that Manila says is within its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone (EEZ). China, which claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, says the shoal is part of its territory. Filipino troops on the civilian vessel clapped as they came within a few metres of the marooned transport ship, the BRP Sierra Madre. Supplies of food and water were then hauled up to troops onboard. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (MID-SEA - Tags: MARITIME MILITARY POLITICS)
MDF1755632.SUB
RTX196RM
February 14, 2014
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud,...
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18T53
February 14, 2014
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent...
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent ash from Mount Kelud from damaging them, at Mungkid village in Magelang February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18T4T
February 14, 2014
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent...
Soldiers and volunteers cover the stupas of Borobudur Buddhist temple with plastic sheets to prevent ash from Mount Kelud from damaging them, at Mungkid village in Magelang February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
TRAVEL-CABOVERDE/
RTX18SIH
February 14, 2014
Cliffs stand against the ocean on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao, Cape Verde December...
SANTO ANTAO, Cape Verde
Cliffs stand against the ocean on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao, Cape Verde
Cliffs stand against the ocean on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao, Cape Verde December 27, 2013. Portuguese colonial officers in the 17th and 18th centuries perceived the West African slave-trading hub of Cabo Verde as a dead-end posting - often literally because of its propensity for drought and tropical disease. Today the wind-pummeled, volcanic archipelago 600 km (370 miles) off the coast of Senegal is a growing tourist spot, offering dramatic landscapes for hikers, along with a vibrant music scene and year-round sunshine. In the past three years, the number of tourists going to Cabo Verde - also known as Cape Verde - has beaten the rate for Africa's $34 billion market, growing on average each year by nearly 20 percent, according to a U.N. Report. Picture taken December 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Francois Huertas (CAPE VERDE - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TRAVEL-CABOVERDE/
RTX18SIA
February 14, 2014
The hamlet of Fontainhas perches on a cliff on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao, Cape...
SANTO ANTAO, Cape Verde
The hamlet of Fontainhas perches on a cliff on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao
The hamlet of Fontainhas perches on a cliff on the northern coast of the island of Santo Antao, Cape Verde December 27, 2013. Portuguese colonial officers in the 17th and 18th centuries perceived the West African slave-trading hub of Cabo Verde as a dead-end posting - often literally because of its propensity for drought and tropical disease. Today the wind-pummeled, volcanic archipelago 600 km (370 miles) off the coast of Senegal is a growing tourist spot, offering dramatic landscapes for hikers, along with a vibrant music scene and year-round sunshine. In the past three years, the number of tourists going to Cabo Verde - also known as Cape Verde - has beaten the rate for Africa's $34 billion market, growing on average each year by nearly 20 percent, according to a U.N. Report. Picture taken December 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jean-Francois Huertas (CAPE VERDE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18S9Y
February 14, 2014
A housing complex is seen covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A housing complex is seen covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta
A housing complex is seen covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18S9X
February 14, 2014
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud,...
A man wears a mask as he rides a becak, a kind of rickshaw, on a road covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1EA2K1SJU01
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18S9W
February 14, 2014
A man covered with ash from Mount Kelud is seen on his motorcycle in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A man covered by ash from Mount Kelud as stand on his motorcycles in Yogyakarta
A man covered with ash from Mount Kelud is seen on his motorcycle in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18S9V
February 14, 2014
Ash from Mount Kelud covers a Garuda Indonesia airplane at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta February...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Ash from Mount Kelud covers a Garuda Indonesia airplane at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta
Ash from Mount Kelud covers a Garuda Indonesia airplane at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX18S9U
February 14, 2014
Workers stand near a Citilink airplane covered with ash from Mount Kelud at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Workers stand near a Citilink airplane covered with ash from Mount Kelud at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta...
Workers stand near a Citilink airplane covered with ash from Mount Kelud at Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia's second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I5G
January 17, 2014
Police officers and doctors dig up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar,...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
Police officers and doctors dig up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
Police officers and doctors dig up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I5F
January 17, 2014
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles)...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVES/
RTX17I5D
January 17, 2014
A police officer takes a picture of a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar,...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer takes a picture of a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar...
A police officer takes a picture of a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I57
January 17, 2014
A police officer watches as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer watches as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone...
A police officer watches as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I52
January 17, 2014
Police officers and doctors watch as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
Police officers and doctors watch as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former...
Police officers and doctors watch as an excavator digs up skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4Y
January 17, 2014
Human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles)...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
Human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
Human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4V
January 17, 2014
A police officer excavates a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer excavates a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
A police officer excavates a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4T
January 17, 2014
A police officer works next to a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar,...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer works next to a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
A police officer works next to a human skull at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4P
January 17, 2014
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles)...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar
A human skull is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4M
January 17, 2014
A police officer takes a video of human skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar,...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer takes a video of human skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar...
A police officer takes a video of human skeletons at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4K
January 17, 2014
A police officer uses a brush to excavate a human skeleton at a construction site in the former war zone...
Mannar, Sri Lanka
A police officer uses a brush to excavate a human skeleton at a construction site in the former war zone...
A police officer uses a brush to excavate a human skeleton at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January 16, 2014. The discovery of a mass grave containing more than 30 skulls in northern Sri Lanka has fuelled speculation that there may be many more like it containing the remains of thousands who went missing during the island nation's nearly three-decade war. The remains, which workers stumbled on as they dug up roadside paving for a water project, are yet to be identified. The first mass grave to be found in the former war zone, it is spread over an area measuring about 400 square feet (37 square metres) and is 5 feet (1.5 metres) deep. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: CONFLICT)
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