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RUSSIA-CRASH/FUNERALS
RTR2R20C
September 10, 2011
Fans grieve during a funeral ceremony at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl,...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Fans grieve during a funeral ceremony at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl,...
Fans grieve during a funeral ceremony at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. The Lokomotiv team were on route on Wednesday to play their KHL season opener in the Belarus capital of Minsk when their Yak-42 aircraft crashed into a river bank shortly after takeoff from the airport outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow, killing 43 people. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT SPORT)
RUSSIA-CRASH/FUNERALS
RTR2R1YZ
September 10, 2011
People gather at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People gather at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
People gather at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last respects to the victims of Wednesday's plane crash, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. The Lokomotiv team were on route to play their KHL season opener in the Belarus capital of Minsk when their Yak-42 aircraft crashed into a river bank shortly after takeoff from the airport outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow, killing 43 people. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT SPORT)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1YO
September 10, 2011
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last respects to the victims of Wednesday's plane crash, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. The Lokomotiv team were on route to play their KHL season opener in the Belarus capital of Minsk when their Yak-42 aircraft crashed into a river bank shortly after takeoff from the airport outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow, killing 43 people. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT SPORT)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1YN
September 10, 2011
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last...
People grieve at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, as they pay their last respects to the victims of Wednesday's plane crash, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. The Lokomotiv team were on route to play their KHL season opener in the Belarus capital of Minsk when their Yak-42 aircraft crashed into a river bank shortly after takeoff from the airport outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow, killing 43 people. REUTERS/Mikhail Voskresensky (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT SPORT)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1U6
September 10, 2011
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects to its players, victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash outside Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1U2
September 10, 2011
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects to its players, victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash outside Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ICE HOCKEY OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1TX
September 10, 2011
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects to its players, victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash outside Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1TV
September 10, 2011
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects to its players, victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash outside Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R1TR
September 10, 2011
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects...
People arrive at Arena-2000, home venue of ice hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl , to pay their last respects to its players, victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash outside Yaroslavl, in Yaroslavl September 10, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ICE HOCKEY OBITUARY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0DP
September 09, 2011
A couple grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A couple grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
A couple grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011. The crash outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0DK
September 09, 2011
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011. The crash of the aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0DD
September 09, 2011
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011.The crash outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0DC
September 09, 2011
Flowers are seen in a river at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna, outside...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Flowers are seen in a river at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna
Flowers are seen in a river at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna, outside Yaroslavl, September 9, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of an ice hockey team which includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0D8
September 09, 2011
People grieve at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People grieve at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl
People grieve at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011.The crash outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0D6
September 09, 2011
A woman grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A woman grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
A woman grieves at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011. The crash outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0D3
September 09, 2011
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl...
Investigators work at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011.The crash outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0CJ
September 09, 2011
People prepare to throw flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna, outside...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People prepare to throw flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna
People prepare to throw flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna, outside Yaroslavl, September 9, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of an ice hockey team which includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY POLITICS)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R0CC
September 09, 2011
A man throws a bunch of flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna, outside...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A man throws a bunch of flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna
A man throws a bunch of flowers at the site of the Yak-42 aircraft crash at airport Tunishna, outside Yaroslavl, September 9, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of an ice hockey team which includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R08K
September 09, 2011
Investigators inspect the tail section of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as a IL-76 plane lands at Tunishna...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators inspect the tail section of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft at Tunishna airport outside Yaroslavl...
Investigators inspect the tail section of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as a IL-76 plane lands at Tunishna airport outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R083
September 09, 2011
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as an Emergency Situation Ministry IL-76...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as another plane prepares to take off at...
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as an Emergency Situation Ministry IL-76 plane prepares to take off at airport Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011.The crash of the aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2R07Y
September 09, 2011
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as an Emergency Situation Ministry IL-76...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as another plane prepares to take off at...
Investigators inspect the tail of the crashed Yak-42 aircraft as an Emergency Situation Ministry IL-76 plane prepares to take off at airport Tunishna outside Yaroslavl September 9, 2011.The crash of the aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYUT
September 08, 2011
People grieve for the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011....
Yaroslavl, Russia
People grieve for the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl
People grieve for the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev demanded a rapid reduction in the number of domestic airlines on Thursday and said Russia may have to buy foreign aircraft to improve safety after a plane crash killed 43 people, including the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey team. The poster reads: "Loko (Lokomotiv) we are with you". REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYUN
September 08, 2011
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev demanded a rapid reduction in the number of domestic airlines on Thursday and said Russia may have to buy foreign aircraft to improve safety after the plane crash killed 43 people, including an ice hockey team. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYTS
September 08, 2011
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 aircraft outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev demanded a rapid reduction in the number of domestic airlines on Thursday and said Russia may have to buy foreign aircraft to improve safety after a plane crash killed 43 people, including an ice hockey team. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
- Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYTA
September 08, 2011
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
People light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near the ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The crash of a Yak-42 passenger plane outside the city of Yaroslavl, whose passengers included players and coaches of a team that includes foreign stars, plunged Russia's sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev demanded a rapid reduction in the number of domestic airlines on Thursday and said Russia may have to buy foreign aircraft to improve safety after a plane crash killed 43 people, including an ice hockey team. The poster reads: "Forever with us". REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYGY
September 08, 2011
People light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash during a service in cathedral in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash during a service in cathedral in Yaroslavl...
People light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash during a service in cathedral in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and plunging the Russian and international sports world into grief. The Yak-42 aircraft slammed into a river bank near Yaroslavl, home city of the Kontinental Hockey League team Lokomotiv, whose Russian and foreign stars were on board flying to a match in Minsk, Belarus. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER RELIGION)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYGM
September 08, 2011
A carnation with a black ribbon is seen next to an ice hockey club's scarf near an ice hockey arena in...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A carnation with a black ribbon is seen next to an ice hockey club's scarf near an ice hockey arena in...
A carnation with a black ribbon is seen next to an ice hockey club's scarf near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside mounds of red carnations at the stadium of one of Russia's top ice hockey teams on Thursday after almost the entire team was wiped out in a plane crash that killed 43 people. Fans and players across the world paid tribute to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, the day after the Soviet-designed Yak-42 passenger plane slammed into a river bank just outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYGK
September 08, 2011
A woman grieves outside an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A woman grieves outside an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl
A woman grieves outside an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside mounds of red carnations at the stadium of one of Russia's top ice hockey teams on Thursday after almost the entire team was wiped out in a plane crash that killed 43 people. Fans and players across the world paid tribute to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, the day after the Soviet-designed Yak-42 passenger plane slammed into a river bank just outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYG6
September 08, 2011
A man places a poster to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
A man places a poster to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslav...
A man places a poster to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside mounds of red carnations at the stadium of one of Russia's top ice hockey teams on Thursday after almost the entire team was wiped out in a plane crash that killed 43 people. Fans and players across the world paid tribute to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, the day after the Soviet-designed Yak-42 passenger plane slammed into a river bank just outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYFH
September 08, 2011
Young women light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Young women light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl...
Young women light candles to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside mounds of red carnations at the stadium of one of Russia's top ice hockey teams on Thursday after almost the entire team was wiped out in a plane crash that killed 43 people. Fans and players across the world paid tribute to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, the day after the Soviet-designed Yak-42 passenger plane slammed into a river bank just outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYF0
September 08, 2011
People gather to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September...
Yaroslavl, Russia
People gather to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl
People gather to commemorate the victims of a plane crash near an ice hockey arena in Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. Candles flickered beside mounds of red carnations at the stadium of one of Russia's top ice hockey teams on Thursday after almost the entire team was wiped out in a plane crash that killed 43 people. Fans and players across the world paid tribute to the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, the day after the Soviet-designed Yak-42 passenger plane slammed into a river bank just outside Yaroslavl, 250 km (150 miles) north of Moscow. The placard reads, "Forever with us". REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYEQ
September 08, 2011
Investigators work at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunoshna outside Yaroslavl...
TUNOSHNA, Russia
Investigators work at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunoshna outside Yaroslavl...
Investigators work at the site of a Yak-42 aircraft crash in the village of Tunoshna outside Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and plunging the Russian and international sports world into grief. The Yak-42 aircraft slammed into a river bank near Yaroslavl, home city of the Kontinental Hockey League team Lokomotiv, whose Russian and foreign stars were on board flying to a match in Minsk, Belarus. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QYEK
September 08, 2011
A woman places a stalk of rose on the ground in the village of Tunoshna where a Yak-42 aircraft crashed...
TUNOSHNA, Russia
A woman places a stalk of rose on the ground in the village of Tunoshna where a Yak-42 aircraft crashed...
A woman places a stalk of rose on the ground in the village of Tunoshna where a Yak-42 aircraft crashed outside Yaroslavl September 8, 2011. A passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and plunging the Russian and international sports world into grief. The Yak-42 aircraft slammed into a river bank near Yaroslavl, home city of the Kontinental Hockey League team Lokomotiv, whose Russian and foreign stars were on board flying to a match in Minsk, Belarus. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXDE
September 07, 2011
Men light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Men light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl
Men light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying the team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXDA
September 07, 2011
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city to commemorate the victims, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying the team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXD7
September 07, 2011
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city to commemorate the victims, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying the team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXD4
September 07, 2011
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city...
Fans of Russian ice hockey team Lokomotiv, who are involved in a plane crash, march through the city to commemorate the victims, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying the team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2QXCV
September 07, 2011
Fans shout slogans as they march through a city commemorating the victims of a plane crash, in downtown...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Fans shout slogans as they march through a city commemorating the victims of a plane crash, in downtown...
Fans shout slogans as they march through a city commemorating the victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXCK
September 07, 2011
Men light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Men place candles in memory of members of hockey club Lokomotive Yaroslavl
Men light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXBL
September 07, 2011
Flowers and ice hockey club Lokomotive's scarves are placed in memory of victims of the Yak-42 aircraft...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Flowers and ice hockey club Lokomotive's scarves are placed in memory of victims of the Yak-42 aircraft...
Flowers and ice hockey club Lokomotive's scarves are placed in memory of victims of the Yak-42 aircraft crash, in Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH
RTR2QXBJ
September 07, 2011
Girls light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The...
Yaroslavl, Russia
Girls light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl
Girls light candles in memory of victims of a plane crash, in downtown Yaroslavl September 7, 2011. The passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team to a season-opening match crashed after takeoff from a provincial airport on Wednesday, killing 43 people and leaving two survivors in grave condition. The crash of the Yak-42 aircraft outside Yaroslavl, whose victims included foreign stars playing for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Lokomotiv, plunged the sports world into grief and marred a showcase political forum featuring President Dmitry Medvedev. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
RTR2QX62
September 07, 2011
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH - Locates Yaroslavl, Russia, where a passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey...
RU
RUSSIA-PLANE CRASH
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH - Locates Yaroslavl, Russia, where a passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team crashed Wednesday, killing 43 people. Includes illustration of Yak-42 passenger plane. RNGS. (TOR01) 5cm wide
RTR2QX5L
September 07, 2011
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH - Locates Yaroslavl, Russia, where a passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey...
Russia
RUSSIA-PLANE CRASH C
RUSSIA-PLANE/CRASH - Locates Yaroslavl, Russia, where a passenger plane carrying a Russian ice hockey team crashed Wednesday, killing 43 people. Includes illustration of Yak-42 passenger plane. RNGS. (TOR01) 5cm wide
CHINA/
RTR2MFKD
May 15, 2011
Wild donkeys rest near a lake on the grasslands in Hoh Xil, in the northwestern part of the Tibetan plateau,...
HOH XIL, China
Wild donkeys rest near a lake on the grasslands in Hoh Xil
Wild donkeys rest near a lake on the grasslands in Hoh Xil, in the northwestern part of the Tibetan plateau, May 14, 2011. Hoh Xil is known for its harsh climate and is home to many wild animals. Animals like the wild yak, wild donkey, white-lip deer, brown bear and the endangered Tibetan antelope or Chiru are under state protection. Picture taken May 14, 2011. REUTERS/Rooney Chen (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-TIBET/
RTR2GCAG
July 12, 2010
A yak used for carrying tourists eats from a nosebag by the shores of Lake Namtso, Tibet Autonomous Region,...
NAMTSO, China
A yak used for carrying tourists eats from a nosebag by the shores of Lake Namtso in the Tibet Autonomous...
A yak used for carrying tourists eats from a nosebag by the shores of Lake Namtso, Tibet Autonomous Region, June 30, 2010. Picture taken June 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ben Blanchard (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
CHINA-TIBET/
RTR2GCA8
July 12, 2010
A Tibetan woman drags a yak used for carrying tourists along the shores of Lake Namtso, Tibet Autonomous...
NAMTSO, China
A Tibetan woman drags a yak used for carrying tourists along the shores of Lake Namtso, Tibet Autonomous...
A Tibetan woman drags a yak used for carrying tourists along the shores of Lake Namtso, Tibet Autonomous Region, June 30, 2010. Picture taken June 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ben Blanchard (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES-MOSCOW
RTR2G9B4
July 09, 2010
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft (background, C) of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported...
Moscow, Russia
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported from the...
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft (background, C) of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported from the United States, is seen after landing at Domodedovo airport outside Moscow, July 9, 2010. The biggest spy swap since the Cold War took place on Friday when Russian and U.S. planes flew into Vienna to exchange agents, defusing an espionage drama that threatened improving relations. REUTERS/Tatyana Makeyeva (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
RUSSIA-USA/SPIES-MOSCOW
RTR2G99E
July 09, 2010
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft (background) of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported...
Moscow, Russia
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported from the...
A Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft (background) of Russian Emergencies Ministry, carrying Russian agents deported from the United States, is seen after landing at Domodedovo airport outside Moscow, July 9, 2010. The biggest spy swap since the Cold War took place on Friday when Russian and U.S. planes flew into Vienna to exchange agents, defusing an espionage drama that threatened improving relations. REUTERS/Tatyana Makeyeva (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
POLAND-PRESIDENT/CRASH
RTR2CNHX
April 10, 2010
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard, with a Polish airplane Yakovlev Yak-40 on the landing field...
SMOLENSK, Russia
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard near the site of a Polish government Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft...
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard, with a Polish airplane Yakovlev Yak-40 on the landing field in the background, near the site of a Polish government Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft crash in Smolensk April 10, 2010. Poland's President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria, its central bank head and the country's military chief, were among 97 people killed when their plane crashed in thick fog on its approach to a Russian airport on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT POLITICS)
POLAND-PRESIDENT/CRASH
RTR2CNHV
April 10, 2010
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard, with a Polish airplane Yakovlev Yak-40 on the landing field...
SMOLENSK, Russia
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard near the site of a Polish government Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft...
An Interior Ministry officer stands guard, with a Polish airplane Yakovlev Yak-40 on the landing field in the background, near the site of a Polish government Tupolev Tu-154 aircraft crash in Smolensk April 10, 2010. Poland's President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria, its central bank head and the country's military chief, were among 97 people killed when their plane crashed in thick fog on its approach to a Russian airport on Saturday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT POLITICS)
NEPAL-CABINET/EVEREST
RTXRG60
December 04, 2009
A yak runs as the helicopter carrying Nepali ministers to a Everest base camp cabinet meeting lands in...
Kalapathar, Nepal
A yak runs as the helicopter carrying Nepali ministers to a Everest base camp cabinet meeting lands in...
A yak runs as the helicopter carrying Nepali ministers to a Everest base camp cabinet meeting lands in Nepal December 4, 2009. Wearing oxygen masks, Nepal's cabinet met close to the base camp of Mount Everest on Friday to send a message on the impact of global warming on the Himalayas, days before global climate talks start in Copenhagen. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CHINA/
RTXR48T
November 25, 2009
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km (125 miles)...
GYANGTSE, China
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km west to Lhasa...
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region November 25, 2009. Nearly 2 billion people in Asia, from coastal city dwellers to yak-herding nomads, will begin suffering water shortages in coming decades as global warming shrinks glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, experts said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXR48S
November 25, 2009
A road sign is seen in front of the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles), west of Lhasa Tibet Autonomous...
GYANGTSE, China
A road sign is seen in front of the Kharola glacier
A road sign is seen in front of the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles), west of Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region November 25, 2009. Nearly 2 billion people in Asia, from coastal city dwellers to yak-herding nomads, will begin suffering water shortages in coming decades as global warming shrinks glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, experts said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXR48M
November 25, 2009
A Tibetan monk from the Qinghai province poses for a photograph at a photography point by the Kharola...
GYANGTSE, China
A Tibetan monk from the Qinghai province poses for a photo at a photography point by the Kharola glacier...
A Tibetan monk from the Qinghai province poses for a photograph at a photography point by the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region November 25, 2009. Nearly 2 billion people in Asia, from coastal city dwellers to yak-herding nomads, will begin suffering water shortages in coming decades as global warming shrinks glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, experts said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXR47V
November 25, 2009
Tibetans are seen near the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region...
GYANGTSE, China
Tibetans are seen near the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region...
Tibetans are seen near the Kharola glacier some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region November 25, 2009. Nearly 2 billion people in Asia, from coastal city dwellers to yak-herding nomads, will begin suffering water shortages in coming decades as global warming shrinks glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, experts said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT) SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXR47Q
November 25, 2009
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km (125 miles)...
GYANGTSE, China
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km west to Lhasa...
The Kharola glacier is seen through Tibetan praying flags from a near by hill some 200km (125 miles) west to Lhasa Tibet Autonomous Region November 25, 2009. Nearly 2 billion people in Asia, from coastal city dwellers to yak-herding nomads, will begin suffering water shortages in coming decades as global warming shrinks glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, experts said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
INDIA-DALAI-LAMA/
RTXQHPJ
November 08, 2009
A Buddhist woman, wearing a traditional hat made of yak hair, arrives to see the Dalai Lama in Tawang...
Tawang, India
A Buddhist woman arrives to see the Dalai Lama in Tawang
A Buddhist woman, wearing a traditional hat made of yak hair, arrives to see the Dalai Lama in Tawang in the northeastern Indian state of Arunchal Pradesh November 8, 2009. Thousands of Buddhist monks and supporters welcomed Tibet's exiled spiritual leader on Sunday to a remote Indian region also claimed by China, a trip that has renewed tensions between the Asian giants. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA SOCIETY POLITICS)
KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXQ89K
November 01, 2009
A yak grazes on a grass patch some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
A yak grazes on a grass patch near Almaty
A yak grazes on a grass patch some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside Almaty November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXQ89J
November 01, 2009
Tourists walk past grazing yaks some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Tourists walk past grazing yaks some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside...
Tourists walk past grazing yaks some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside Almaty November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXQ89G
November 01, 2009
A yak grazes on a grass patch some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside...
Almaty, Kazakhstan
A yak grazes on a grass patch near Almaty
A yak grazes on a grass patch some 3,000 metres (9,842 feet) above sea level in the mountains outside Almaty November 1, 2009. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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