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Mosque Bombing in Iran - 16 Jul 2010
10 PICTURES
IRAN/
RTR27433
August 26, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi attends a news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi, who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), attends a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Abdolhamid Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273Z4
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah are displayed in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) are displayed in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273Z3
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, a Sunni rebel on death row, reacts as he attends news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), reacts as he attends a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273Z2
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah are displayed in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran. Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) are displayed in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273YV
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah are displayed in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) are displayed in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273R3
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Relative of victim who was killed by Sunni rebel group Jundollah cries as he attends news conference...
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
A relative of a victim who was killed by the Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) cries as he attends a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said Jundollah had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTR273QZ
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Mother of teenager killed by Sunni rebel group Jundollah holds picture of her son in Tasouki near Zahedan...
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Golbibi Najar, mother of 15-year old Hamid Keykhazadeh who was killed by Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), holds a picture of her son as she stands at a memorial site in Tasouki near Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said Jundollah had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273QU
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, a Sunni rebel on death row, attends a news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), attends a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Abdolhamid Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW HEADSHOT POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273QH
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, a Sunni rebel on death row, covers his face while attending a news conference in Zahedan...
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), covers his face while attending a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Abdolhamid Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273Q9
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, a Sunni rebel on death row, cries during a news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), cries during a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Abdolhamid Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273Q3
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
A journalist looks at weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
A journalist looks at weapons confiscated from Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273PK
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, a Sunni rebel on death row, prepares to speak at a news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), prepares for a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Abdolhamid Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273OW
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Relatives of a victim who was killed by the Sunni rebel group Jundollah cry at a news conference in Zahedan...
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Relatives of a victim who was killed by the Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers) cry at a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented a condemned Sunni rebel to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273OP
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi, cries during news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi (C), brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), cries during a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
IRAN-REBELS/RIGI
RTR273OC
August 25, 2009
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Zahedan, Iran
Abdolhamid Rigi attends a news conference in Zahedan
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.
Abdolhamid Rigi, brother of Abdolmalek Rigi who is the leader of Sunni rebel group Jundollah (God's soldiers), attends a news conference in Zahedan, 1,076 km (668 miles) southeast of Tehran August 25, 2009. Iranian authorities presented Rigi, who is on death row, to reporters on Tuesday who said his group had received support from both the United States and al Qaeda to attack targets inside Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Iranian Drug Operations - 21 May 2009
28 PICTURES
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMSL
May 21, 2009
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605...
Zahedan, Iran
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMSH
May 21, 2009
A member of a helicopter crew removes wheel-blocks before take off from the airport in Zahedan, 1,605...
Zahedan, Iran
A member of a helicopter crew removes wheel-blocks before take off from the airport in Zahedan
A member of a helicopter crew removes wheel-blocks before take off from the airport in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMQV
May 21, 2009
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), presses his finger on confiscated...
Zahedan, Iran
Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, presses his finger on confiscated opium during...
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), presses his finger on confiscated opium during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Costa praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMQR
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen protect themselves from blowing sand at a police barracks on the border...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen protect themselves from blowing sand at a police barracks on the border...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen protect themselves from blowing sand at a police barracks on the border with Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMPT
May 21, 2009
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside the border barrier with Afghanistan near Zabol,...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside the border barrier with Afghanistan near Zabol
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside the border barrier with Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMPI
May 21, 2009
Iran's police chief Ismail Ahmadi Moghaddam (R) speaks during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics maneuvers...
Zahedan, Iran
Iran's police chief Ismail Ahmadi Moghaddam speaks during a ceremony concluding maneuvers in Zahedan
Iran's police chief Ismail Ahmadi Moghaddam (R) speaks during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics maneuvers in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMO3
May 21, 2009
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard at a police barracks on the border with Afghanistan,...
Zahedan, Iran
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard at a police barracks on the border with Afghanistan,...
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard at a police barracks on the border with Afghanistan, near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. The Farsi script, a quote from Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says "The police force must be respected by the people." Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMNA
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen march in formation during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen march in formation during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen march in formation during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMN6
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding manoeuvres in Zahedan...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMKW
May 21, 2009
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, watches a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics...
Zahedan, Iran
Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, watches a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, watches a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Costa praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMIO
May 21, 2009
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), reviews an honour guard...
Zahedan, Iran
Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, reviews an honour guard with Iranian commanders...
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), reviews an honour guard with Iranian commanders during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Costa praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMIJ
May 21, 2009
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), feels the weight of a bag...
Zahedan, Iran
Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, feels the weight of a bag of opium on display...
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), feels the weight of a bag of opium on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometres (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMGD
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding maneuvers...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics maneuvers in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMGB
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policewomen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policewomen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding manoeuvres in Zahedan...
Iranian anti-narcotics policewomen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKME3
May 21, 2009
A drug sniffing dog and handler stand beside confiscated opium on display during a ceremony concluding...
Zahedan, Iran
A drug sniffing dog and handler stand beside confiscated opium on display during a ceremony concluding...
A drug sniffing dog and handler stand beside confiscated opium on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMCY
May 21, 2009
A bullet hole is seen in the windshield of a car, confiscated for transporting drugs, on display during...
Zahedan, Iran
A bullet hole is seen in the windshield of a car, confiscated for transporting drugs, on display during...
A bullet hole is seen in the windshield of a car, confiscated for transporting drugs, on display during a ceremony concluding anti narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKMBL
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding manoeuvres...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan,1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM9A
May 21, 2009
An Iranian policeman stands guard atop a watch tower beside the Afghan border near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers...
Zahedan, Iran
An Iranian policeman stands guard atop a watch tower beside the Afghan border near Zabol
An Iranian policeman stands guard atop a watch tower beside the Afghan border near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM98
May 21, 2009
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605...
Zahedan, Iran
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol
An aerial view shows the terrain on the border region between Iran and Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Iran, which shares a 900-km (560-mile) border with Afghanistan, is a conduit for smuggling drugs to the West from its insurgency-ridden neighbour. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM6U
May 21, 2009
Confiscated hashish is seen on display during a ceremony to conclude anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan,...
Zahedan, Iran
Confiscated hashish is seen on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan...
Confiscated hashish is seen on display during a ceremony to conclude anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM4O
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen watch guests, officials and journalists from the shade of a tree at...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen watch guests, officials and journalists from the shade of a tree at...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen watch guests, officials and journalists from the shade of a tree at a police barracks on the border with Afghanistan near Zabol, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM2D
May 21, 2009
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policeman demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics...
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman demonstrate their weapons skills during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKM06
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen create a human pyramid during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen create a human pyramid during a ceremony concluding manoeuvres in Zahedan...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen create a human pyramid during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKLW9
May 21, 2009
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman gestures during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in...
Zahedan, Iran
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman gestures during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in...
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman gestures during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKLJB
May 21, 2009
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), holds a packet of hashish...
Zahedan, Iran
Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, holds a packet of hashish during a ceremony concluding...
Antonio Maria Costa, director of the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), holds a packet of hashish during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. Costa praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKLCG
May 21, 2009
Confiscated opium is seen on display beside rifles during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Confiscated opium is seen on display beside rifles during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Confiscated opium is seen on display beside rifles during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKLA5
May 21, 2009
Confiscated opium is seen on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan,...
Zahedan, Iran
Confiscated opium is seen on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan...
Confiscated opium is seen on display during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKL7Z
May 21, 2009
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Zahedan, Iran
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres...
Iranian anti-narcotics policemen stand at attention during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
DRUGS-UN/IRAN
RTXKL1B
May 21, 2009
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside a display of confiscated drugs during a ceremony...
Zahedan, Iran
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside a display of confiscated drugs during a ceremony...
An Iranian anti-narcotics policeman stands guard beside a display of confiscated drugs during a ceremony concluding anti-narcotics manoeuvres in Zahedan, 1,605 kilometers (1,003 miles) southeast of Tehran May 20, 2009. The head of the U.N. crime agency praised Iran during a visit on Wednesday for curbing the flow of smuggled heroin from Afghanistan and helping keep the drug off Western streets. Picture taken May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
CRASH IRAN
RTR155P6
February 20, 2003
General view of the rugged peaks of the Sirch mountain range in
southeastern Iran February 20, 2003,...
Tehran, Iran
MOUNTAINSIDE IN SOUTHESTERN IRAN WHERE 302 REVOLUTIONARY GUARDS KILLED
IN AIR CRASH.
General view of the rugged peaks of the Sirch mountain range in
southeastern Iran February 20, 2003, where a Russian-made military
plane crashed killing all 302 Revolutionary Guards on board. The crash,
which happened on February 19 was the worst in Iran's history and had
the highest death toll in a string of air disasters in Iran involving
Russian-built aircraft. The Ilyushin-76 troop carrier crashed while
bringing commanders and troops from Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard
from between the southeastern cities of Zahedan and Kerman for 48
hours' leave at home. Officials blames bad weather for the crash.
REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi

PJH/AA
IRAN
RTXKKZK
June 20, 2001
Afghan girls wait for water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near...
Zahedan, Iran
Afghan girls wait for water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan ne.....
Afghan girls wait for water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis. Today is the World Refugee Day, designated by the U.N. General Assembly last year to commemorate the 1951 Refugee Convention, the accord setting up the legal foundation for refugee rights.
IRAN
RTXKKYK
June 20, 2001
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit in the shadow of a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian...
Zahedan, Iran
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit in the shadow of a detention camp for refugees in the southern Ira.....
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit in the shadow of a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border every day seeking refuge in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis. Today is the World Refugee Day, designated by the U.N. General Assembly last year to commemorate the 1951 Refugee Convention, the accord setting up the legal foundation for refugee rights.
IRAN
RTXKKYJ
June 20, 2001
Afghan women look from under their chadors in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town...
Zahedan, Iran
Afghan women look from under their chadors in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian .....
Afghan women look from under their chadors in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the world, its people cross the border every day seeking refuge in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKYI
June 20, 2001
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit on the ground in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian...
Zahedan, Iran
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit on the ground in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Ira.....
Newly arrived Afghan refugees sit on the ground in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border every day seeking refuge in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis. Today is the World Refugee Day, designated by the U.N. General Assembly last year to commemorate the 1951 Refugee Convention, the accord setting up the legal foundation for refugee rights.
IRAN
RTXKKYH
June 20, 2001
An injured Afghan rests in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near...
Zahedan, Iran
An injured Afghan rests in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan nea.....
An injured Afghan rests in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001 after he was injured when a truck packed with 60 illegal Afghans deviated from the road and hit a passenger bus last week. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the world, its people cross the border every day seeking refuge in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQT
June 19, 2001
Afghan boys look through a door as they wait for water at a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian...
Zahedan, Iran
Afghan boys look through a door as they wait for water at a refugee camp outside the southern Irania.....
Afghan boys look through a door as they wait for water at a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people are crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQS
June 19, 2001
An Afghan man peers from his shelter in a detention camp for refugees in southern Iranian town of Zahedan...
Zahedan, Iran
An Afghan man peers from his shelter in a detention camp for refugees in southern Iranian town of Za.....
An Afghan man peers from his shelter in a detention camp for refugees in southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQK
June 19, 2001
Injured Afghan men rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near...
Zahedan, Iran
Injured Afghan men rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan nea.....
Injured Afghan men rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001 after they were injured when a truck packed with 60 illegal Afghans deviated from the road and hit a passenger bus last week. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border every day seeking refuge in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghans and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQJ
June 19, 2001
Afghan children rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the...
Zahedan, Iran
Afghan children rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near t.....
Afghan children rest in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghans and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQI
June 19, 2001
An Afghan woman peers over a man's shoulder in a detention camp in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan...
Zahedan, Iran
An Afghan woman peers over a man's shoulder in a detention camp in the southern Iranian town of Zahe.....
An Afghan woman peers over a man's shoulder in a detention camp in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people are crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQH
June 19, 2001
An Afghan man reads through a book in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan...
Zahedan, Iran
An Afghan man reads through a book in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of .....
An Afghan man reads through a book in a detention camp for refugees in the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. As Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghan and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQF
June 19, 2001
An Afghan man looks through door of his humble shelter in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian...
Zahedan, Iran
An Afghan man looks through door of his humble shelter in a refugee camp outside the southern Irania.....
An Afghan man looks through door of his humble shelter in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghans and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
IRAN
RTXKKQE
June 19, 2001
Afghan girls wait for a water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near...
Zahedan, Iran
Afghan girls wait for a water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan .....
Afghan girls wait for a water supply in a refugee camp outside the southern Iranian town of Zahedan near the border with Afghanistan and Pakistan June 19, 2001. Afghanistan currently faces perhaps the most disastrous humanitarian crisis in the entire world, its people crossing the border and seeking refugee in neighbouring Iran. According to the United Nations, Iran is home to 1.5 million Afghans and more than 500,000 Iraqis.
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