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CANADA-ARCTIC
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August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21R2O
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks to Darryl Nasogaluak after he signed his drum in Tuktoyaktuk,...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks to Darryl Nasogaluak after he signed his drum in Tuktoyaktuk....
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks to Darryl Nasogaluak after he signed his drum in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QXD
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QX2
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets an Arctic Ranger north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk,...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets an Arctic Ranger north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk....
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets an Arctic Ranger north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QWY
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QWV
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets the crew of the coast guard ship Nahidik, north of the Arctic...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets the crew of the coast guard ship Nahidik, north of the Arctic...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets the crew of the coast guard ship Nahidik, north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QWK
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
CANADA-ARCTIC
RTR21QWA
August 27, 2008
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
TUKTOYAKTUK, Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast...
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers question at a news conference after touring the coast guard ship Nahidik north of the Arctic Circle in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, August 27, 2008. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA)
LAOS-TUKTUK/
RTR1VKL4
November 02, 2007
A child plays inside a tuk tuk is parked in Vientiane October 2007. Tuk tuks are to Southeast Asia what...
Vientiane, Laos
A child plays inside a tuk tuk is parked in Vientiane
A child plays inside a tuk tuk is parked in Vientiane October 2007. Tuk tuks are to Southeast Asia what horse-drawn carriages were to Europe centuries ago, but the iconic and ubiquitous three-wheeled auto-rickshaw could soon disappear from Laos. Picture taken October 2007. REUTERS/Sophia Huang (LAOS)
LAOS-TUKTUK/
RTR1VKL3
November 02, 2007
A tuk tuk is seen parked in Vientiane October 2007. Tuk tuks are to Southeast Asia what horse-drawn carriages...
Vientiane, Laos
A tuk tuk is seen parked in Vientiane
A tuk tuk is seen parked in Vientiane October 2007. Tuk tuks are to Southeast Asia what horse-drawn carriages were to Europe centuries ago, but the iconic and ubiquitous three-wheeled auto-rickshaw could soon disappear from Laos. Picture taken October 2007. REUTERS/Sophia Huang (LAOS)
THAILAND ELECTION NATIONALISM
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January 06, 2001
A Bangkok three-wheeled Tuk-Tuk is decorated with slogans promoting the Thai Motherland political Party...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A BANGKOK TUKTUK IS DECORATED WITH ANTI-IMF SLOGANS IN BANGKOK.
A Bangkok three-wheeled Tuk-Tuk is decorated with slogans promoting the Thai Motherland political Party December 19, 2000 which is against such outside entities as the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organisation. In the lead up to Thailand's general election on January 6, 2001, some Thai political parties are exploiting national sentiment to rally support for their belief that foreign takeovers of Thai assets are not in the nation's best interest. The banner claims that free trade is only to serve the demand of foreigners.

JIR/DL
THAILAND TUKTUK
RTR4PS4
May 27, 2000
A "Tuk-Tuk" three-wheeled taxis decorated with a giant witche's nose and hat drives past a labourer with...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A DECORATED TUK TUK DRIVES PAST A LABOURER IN BANGKOK.
A "Tuk-Tuk" three-wheeled taxis decorated with a giant witche's nose and hat drives past a labourer with a wheelbarrow on a busy freeway May 27, as over 50 of the unique vehicles took part in the inaugural "Great Tuk-Tuk Rally 2000" to the coastal resort town of Pattaya from Bangkok. Over 50 of the taxis, each sponsored by a major company raced over the 100-kilometre-plus distance in about four hours and raised over one million baht (US$25,000) for charity.

JIR/DL
THAILAND TUKTUK
RTR4PRW
May 27, 2000
A fleet of Bangkok's unique "Tuk-Tuk" three-wheeled taxis drive down a busy freeway in the Thai capital...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
DOZENS OF TUK TUKS RALLY ON THEIR WAY TO PATTAYA.
A fleet of Bangkok's unique "Tuk-Tuk" three-wheeled taxis drive down a busy freeway in the Thai capital May 27 as they take part in the inaugural "Great Tuk-Tuk Rally 2000" to the coastal resort town of Pattaya. Over 50 of the taxis, each sponsored by a major company raced over the 100-kilometre-plus distance in about four hours and raised over one million baht (US$25,000) for charity.

JIR/DL
RTRXPAF
October 13, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - Tuk tuks, the traditional Thai three-wheeled motorcycled...
Thailand
FEATURE MATCHER FOR STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - Tuk tuks, the traditional Thai three-wheeled motorcycled taxis, drive past a mascot of the 13th Asian Games, in Amnar Charden, in northeastern Thailand, near the Mekong river bordering Laos, some 650 km (396 miles) from Bangkok. Owner of tuk tuk maker, D'Mes Industrial Corp, Chusak Maratana is now a happy man after he won a contract to supply 150 tuk tuks for two months use by officials and athletes for Bangkok's 13th Asian Games in December. The tuk tuks have been renamed Tip Tuk after Chusak's daughter. Picture taken 5OCT98.

PDN/TAN/JDP
RTRIB4J
October 13, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - A worker cleans a Tuk Tuk, the traditional Thai three-wheeled...
Thailand
FEATURE MATCHER FOR BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - A worker cleans a Tuk Tuk, the traditional Thai three-wheeled motorcycled taxi in a factory in Amnar Charden, in northeastern Thailand, near the Mekong river bordering Laos, some 650 km (396 miles) from Bangkok. Owner of tuk tuk make,r D'Mes Industrial Corp Chusak Maratana, is now a happy man after he won a contract to supply 150 tuk tuks for two months use by officials and athletes for Bangkok's 13th Asian Games in December. The tuk tuks have been renamed Tip Tuk after Chusak's daughter. Picture taken 5OCT98.

PDN/TAN/JDP
RTRIB4E
October 13, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - Owner of tuk tuk maker, D'Mes Industrial Corp, Chusak Maratana...
Thailand
FEATURE MATCHER FOR BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-THAILAND-TUKTUK - Owner of tuk tuk maker, D'Mes Industrial Corp, Chusak Maratana poses in his factory in Amnar Charden, in northeastern Thailand, near the Mekong river bordering Laos, some 650 km (396 miles) from Bangkok. Business had been down for Chusak recently, thanks to a national economic crisis. Things are now looking up after Chusak won a contract to supply 150 tuk tuks, the traditional Thai three-wheeled mortorcycle taxi, for two months use by officials and athletes for Bangkok's 13th Asian Games in December. The tuk tuks have been renamed Tip Tuk after Chusak's daughter. Picture taken 5OCT98.

PDN/TAN/JDP
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