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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) 
SRILANKA-GRAVE/
RTX17I4G 
January 17, 2014 
Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203... 
Mannar, Sri Lanka 
Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar 
Marked 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/
RTX17I4B 
January 17, 2014 
Fragments of a human skull are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327... 
Mannar, Sri Lanka 
Fragments of a human skull are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar 
Fragments of a human skull 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/
RTX17I43 
January 17, 2014 
A marked human skeleton is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km... 
Mannar, Sri Lanka 
A marked human skeleton is seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar 
A marked human skeleton 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/
RTX17I3Y 
January 17, 2014 
Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203... 
Mannar, Sri Lanka 
Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar 
Marked 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 TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AZERBAIJAN/
RTR3DC3X 
February 04, 2013 
Oil workers arrive on the island of Chilov in the Caspian Sea, about 70 km (44 miles) east of Baku,... 
Baku, Azerbaijan 
Oil workers arrive at the island of Chilov in the Caspian Sea 
Oil workers arrive on the island of Chilov in the Caspian Sea, about 70 km (44 miles) east of Baku, January 23, 2013. Oil in Azerbaijan dates back to the 19th century and though the industry faltered when the country gained independence after the fall of the Soviet Union, investment has returned, new reserves tapped and oil started to flow again. Forty three million tonnes of oil was pumped in 2011 and contributed more than half of Azerbaijan's gross domestic product (GDP). Picture taken January 23, 2013. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (AZERBAIJAN - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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STORM-SANDY/HURRICANE
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October 30, 2012 
A man rides his tricycle taxi on a flooded street after Hurricane Sandy in the village of Sagua La Grande... 
SAGUA LA GRANDE, Cuba 
A man rides his tricycle taxi on a flooded street after Hurricane Sandy in the village of Sagua La Grande... 
A man rides his tricycle taxi on a flooded street after Hurricane Sandy in the village of Sagua La Grande in central Cuba, around 240 km (149 miles) east of Havana October 29, 2012. Hurricane Sandy closed in on the United States on Saturday as coastal communities along the East Coast scrambled to prepare for torrential rains, high winds, major flooding and power outages a week before the presidential election. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
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April 09, 2012 
People climb on a horse-pulled cart in the village of Palpite, 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Havana... 
PALPITE, Cuba 
People climb on a horse-pulled cart in the village of Palpite 
People climb on a horse-pulled cart in the village of Palpite, 150 km (93 miles) southeast of Havana April 8, 2012. Cubans use horse-pulled carts to move short distances of up to five km (three miles) and pay a fee of around $0.05 or $0.10 for a ride. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TRANSPORT) 
ITALY/
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February 10, 2012 
Girls throw snow balls at each other during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north... 
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy 
Girls throw snow balls at each other during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano 
Girls throw snow balls at each other during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km (11 miles) from the Giglio Island February 10, 2012. Salvage and rescue operations on the capsized Costa Concordia were faced with a new obstacle on Friday as rare snowfall hit the island of Giglio, and stopping ferry services out of Porto Santo Stefano to the island . Bad weather has already delayed plans to begin removing the 2,300 tonnes of diesel fuel in the Concordia's tanks, an operation expected to take from three weeks to a month once it gets under way. Meteorologists have issued an adverse weather warning for the next 24-36 hours, with snowfall expected in many parts of the country over the week-end, with Italy's interior ministry has advised against all non-essential travel. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY) 
ITALY/
RTR2XM2Z 
February 10, 2012 
Children run under a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km (11 miles)... 
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy 
Children run under a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano 
Children run under a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km (11 miles) from the Giglio Island February 10, 2012. Salvage and rescue operations on the capsized Costa Concordia were faced with a new obstacle on Friday as rare snowfall hit the island of Giglio, and stopping ferry services out of Porto Santo Stefano to the island . Bad weather has already delayed plans to begin removing the 2,300 tonnes of diesel fuel in the Concordia's tanks, an operation expected to take from three weeks to a month once it gets under way. Meteorologists have issued an adverse weather warning for the next 24-36 hours, with snowfall expected in many parts of the country over the week-end, with Italy's interior ministry has advised against all non-essential travel. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
ITALY/
RTR2XLRZ 
February 10, 2012 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km... 
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km (11 miles) from the Giglio Island February 10, 2012. Salvage and rescue operations on the capsized Costa Concordia were faced with a new obstacle on Friday as rare snowfall hit the island of Giglio, and stopping ferry services out of Porto Santo Stefano to the island . Bad weather has already delayed plans to begin removing the 2,300 tonnes of diesel fuel in the Concordia's tanks, an operation expected to take from three weeks to a month once it gets under way. Meteorologists have issued an adverse weather warning for the next 24-36 hours, with snowfall expected in many parts of the country over the week-end, with Italy's interior ministry has advised against all non-essential travel. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ITALY/
RTR2XLPU 
February 10, 2012 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km... 
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano 
Cars make their way during a snowstorm in Porto Santo Stefano, 170km (106 miles) north of Rome and 11km (11 miles) from the Giglio Island February 10, 2012. Salvage and rescue operations on the capsized Costa Concordia were faced with a new obstacle on Friday as rare snowfall hit the island of Giglio, stopping ferry services out of Porto Santo Stefano to the island . Bad weather has already delayed plans to begin removing the 2,300 tonnes of diesel fuel in the Concordia's tanks, an operation expected to take from three weeks to a month once it gets under way. Meteorologists have issued an adverse weather warning for the next 24-36 hours, with snowfall expected in many parts of the country over the week-end, with Italy's interior ministry has advised against all non-essential travel. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
NEWZEALAND-SHIP
RTR2SJVW 
October 11, 2011 
Dead seabirds are seen on the shore as thick fuel-oil from the stricken container ship Rena fouls beaches... 
PAPAMOA, New Zealand 
Dead seabirds are seen on the shore as thick fuel-oil from the stricken container ship Rena fouls beaches... 
Dead seabirds are seen on the shore as thick fuel-oil from the stricken container ship Rena fouls beaches at Papamoa, near Tauranga October 12, 2011. The 47,230-tonne Liberian-flagged Rena has been stranded on a reef 12 nautical miles off Tauranga on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island since running aground a week ago and authorities estimated 300 tonnes of oil have escaped from the ship, causing the country's worst environmental disaster in decades. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER BUSINESS ANIMALS ENERGY) 
KOREA/
RTR2PIIL 
August 01, 2011 
Policemen stand guard near the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Policemen stand guard near the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese... 
Policemen stand guard near the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese lawmakers by a protester near the Japanese embassy in Seoul August 1, 2011. The protester was planning to place the coffins in front of the embassy to denounce Japan's sovereignty claim on islands called Dokdo in Korean and Takeshima in Japanese. South Korea on Monday denied the entry of three Japanese lawmakers, who planned to visit South Korea's Ulleung Island located about 87 km (54 miles) from the remote volcanic islets, to protest against South Korea's claim of the islands. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
KOREA/
RTR2PIIH 
August 01, 2011 
Policemen (R) patrol the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Policemen patrol the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese lawmakers... 
Policemen (R) patrol the area after they stopped a truck carrying coffins prepared for three Japanese lawmakers by a protester near the Japanese embassy in Seoul August 1, 2011. The protester was planning to place the coffins in front of the embassy to denounce Japan's sovereignty claim on islands called Dokdo in Korean and Takeshima in Japanese. South Korea on Monday denied the entry of three Japanese lawmakers, who planned to visit South Korea's Ulleung Island located about 87 km (54 miles) from the remote volcanic islets, to protest against South Korea's claim of the islands. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
KOREA/
RTR2PIIC 
August 01, 2011 
Protesters chant slogans during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japan's sovereignty claim on islands called... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Protesters chant slogans during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japan's sovereignty claim on islands called... 
Protesters chant slogans during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japan's sovereignty claim on islands called Dokdo in Korean and Takeshima in Japanese in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul August 1, 2011. South Korea on Monday denied the entry of three Japanese lawmakers, who planned to visit South Korea's Ulleung Island located about 87 km (54 miles) from the remote volcanic islets, to protest against South Korea's claim of the islands. A sign (front) reads,"Dokdo is our land". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIE9 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (3rd... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party walk to catch their flight to South Korea... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (3rd L) and Masahisa Sato (2nd L), walk to catch their flight to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. The three departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIE4 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (L), Tomomi Inada (C)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party head towards the departure gate for their... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (L), Tomomi Inada (C) and Masahisa Sato head towards the departure gate for their flight to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. The three departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIE1 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo speaks to reporters before... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Shindo speaks to reporters before leaving... 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo speaks to reporters before flying to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. Three Japanese lawmakers departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIDX 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (3rd L), Tomomi Inada... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party speak to reporters before flying to South... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (3rd L), Tomomi Inada (4th L) and Masahisa Sato (2nd L), speak to reporters before flying to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. The three departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIDT 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (R)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party speak to reporters before flying to South... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (R) and Masahisa Sato, speak to reporters before flying to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. The three departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIDR 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo, shakes hands with his... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Shindo shakes hands with his supporters... 
Japanese lawmaker from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo, shakes hands with his supporters before departing for South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. Three Japanese lawmakers departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIDN 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (L) and Tomomi Inada... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Shindo and Inada, walk in Haneda airport... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (L) and Tomomi Inada (C) walk in Haneda airport before their flight to South Korea's Gimpo airport, in Tokyo August 1, 2011. Three Japanese lawmakers departed for South Korea on Monday to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTR2PIDK 
August 01, 2011 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (R)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party, Shindo speaks to reporters, next to... 
Japanese lawmakers from the opposition Liberal Democratic Party Yoshitaka Shindo (C), Tomomi Inada (R) and Masahisa Sato, speak to reporters before flying to South Korea's Gimpo airport from Haneda airport in Tokyo August 1, 2011. The three departed for South Korea to visit Ulleung Island, located about 87 km (54 miles) from the disputed islands known as Dokdo in South Korea, or Takeshima in Japan. Japan and South Korea have a long-simmering feud over the islands, which are about equidistant from both countries. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2CK 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2CJ 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2BV 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers.REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2BM 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers cheer in front of a stage at the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2BC 
June 24, 2011 
Musician Jimmy Stafford of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube... 
Vienna, Austria 
Musician Jimmy Stafford of Train performs on stage during the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Musician Jimmy Stafford of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2B9 
June 24, 2011 
Singer Patrick Monahan of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube... 
Vienna, Austria 
Singer Patrick Monahan of Train performs on stage during the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Singer Patrick Monahan of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2B7 
June 24, 2011 
Singer Patrick Monahan of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube... 
Vienna, Austria 
Singer Patrick Monahan of Train performs on stage during the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Singer Patrick Monahan of the U.S. band Train performs on stage during the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2AZ 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers attend the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers attend the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers attend the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2O2AX 
June 24, 2011 
Festival-goers attend the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day... 
Vienna, Austria 
Festival-goers attend the Danube Island Festival in Vienna 
Festival-goers attend the Donauinselfest (or Danube Island Festival) in Vienna June 24, 2011. The three-day Donauinselfest consists of a 4.5 km (2.8 miles) festival area, involves 2,000 performing artists and is expected to draw around 3 million visitors in the largest open air festival in Europe, according to organizers. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2NB31 
June 05, 2011 
Buddhists bow about three hundred times to show how much they wish for peaceful reunification during... 
Paju, South Korea 
Buddhists bow about three hundred times to show how much they wish for peaceful reunification during... 
Buddhists bow about three hundred times to show how much they wish for peaceful reunification during a mass for victims of the 1950-53 Korean War, the Cheonan naval ship incident and the Yeonpyeong island artillery attack by North Korea, at Imjingak pavilion near the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, June 5, 2011, on the eve of South Korea's Memorial Day to commemorate fallen patriots. The religious group also demanded a restart of food aids for starving North Koreans. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
CUBA/
RTR2MOUK 
May 21, 2011 
A tuna fish is carried on a tricycle taxi in Havana May 20, 2011. The Tuna fish was caught by Cuban fisherman... 
Havana, Cuba 
A tuna fish is carried on a tricycle taxi in Havana 
A tuna fish is carried on a tricycle taxi in Havana May 20, 2011. The Tuna fish was caught by Cuban fisherman Yordan Martinez in what is his biggest catch till date, taking him around four hours using a 130 pound big game fishing line trolling from his boat around 5 miles from the shore north of Havana. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
NUCLEAR-KOREA/
RTR2KI4M 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government... 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
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RTR2KI4L 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government... 
Environmental activists wearing masks while holding crosses take part in a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
NUCLEAR-KOREA/
RTR2KI4J 
March 28, 2011 
An environmental activist wearing a mask takes part in a rally demanding the government halt the building... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An environmental activist wearing a mask takes part in a rally demanding the government halt the building... 
An environmental activist wearing a mask takes part in a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
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RTR2KI4I 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists wearing masks shout slogans during a rally demanding the government halt the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear... 
Environmental activists wearing masks shout slogans during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
NUCLEAR-KOREA/
RTR2KI4H 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists shout slogans during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists shout slogans during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more... 
Environmental activists shout slogans during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
NUCLEAR-KOREA/
RTR2KI4C 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear... 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
NUCLEAR-KOREA/
RTR2KI4A 
March 28, 2011 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear... 
Environmental activists perform during a rally demanding the government halt the building of more nuclear plants in South Korea, in Seoul March 28, 2011, on the 32nd anniversary of U.S. Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident in 1979. South Korea, a major global supplier of nuclear plants, will carry on with its nuclear plans despite the crisis at a quake-hit nuclear complex in nearby Japan, a government minister said on Monday. Nuclear power accounts for 31.4 percent of South Korea's electricity generation needs, and the world's fifth-largest oil importer has a target to increase that to 48.5 percent by 2024. It has 7 reactors under construction, with plans to build 6 more and bring to 34 the number on-stream by 2024. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
Energy
Energy 
Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant - 16 Mar 2011 
17 PICTURES 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JY07 
March 16, 2011 
Birds are seen along the shore of the Susquehanna River near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant,... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Birds are seen along shore of Susquehanna River near Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown,... 
Birds are seen along the shore of the Susquehanna River near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JY01 
March 16, 2011 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania in this night view taken March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXZE 
March 16, 2011 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania in this night view taken March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVP 
March 16, 2011 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVM 
March 16, 2011 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVJ 
March 16, 2011 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVI 
March 16, 2011 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979,... 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVG 
March 16, 2011 
Two defunct cooling towers at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Two defunct cooling towers at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its most serious... 
Two defunct cooling towers at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, are seen across the Susquehanna River in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXVF 
March 16, 2011 
A car passes by the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
A car passes by the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear... 
A car passes by the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania, March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXV2 
March 16, 2011 
A U.S. flag flies near the cooling towers of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S.... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
U.S. flag flies near cooling towers of Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where U.S. suffered its... 
A U.S. flag flies near the cooling towers of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXPO 
March 15, 2011 
Ernie Garrison rakes his son's front yard across from the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
A man rakes his son's front yard across from the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown 
Ernie Garrison rakes his son's front yard across from the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXPN 
March 15, 2011 
A general view shows houses of residents near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S.... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
A general view shows houses of residents near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown... 
A general view shows houses of residents near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXPI 
March 15, 2011 
A vehicle is reflected in a mirror on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
A vehicle is reflected in a mirror on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown... 
A vehicle is reflected in a mirror on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXKH 
March 15, 2011 
A general view shows the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
A general view shows the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown 
A general view shows the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXKA 
March 15, 2011 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant is pictured through a dormant corn field in Middletown 
The Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, is pictured through a dormant corn field in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
NUCLEAR-USA/
RTR2JXJ3 
March 15, 2011 
Cars travel on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most... 
Middletown, UNITED STATES 
Cars travel on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Middletown 
Cars travel on a road near the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant, where the U.S. suffered its most serious nuclear accident in 1979, in Middletown, Pennsylvania March 15, 2011. U.S. regulators should press ahead with approving construction licenses for new nuclear power plants despite Japan's nuclear crisis, President Barack Obama's top energy official Energy Secretary Steven Chu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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