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Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. © Philip Wolmuth
Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. © Philip Wolmuth
Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... © Philip Wolmuth
Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. © Philip Wolmuth
Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... © Philip Wolmuth
Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... © Philip Wolmuth
Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Thai Tran, Founder and CEO of Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon... © Philip Wolmuth
Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-02-2012
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15-02-2012 Lightbox, a company developing a new photo-blogging platform, is one of many tech start-ups based in Shoreditch, London, a run-down commercial district also known as Silicon Roundabout. © Philip Wolmuth
National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... - Paul Box - 10-08-2011
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10-08-2011 National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... © Paul Box
National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... - Paul Box - 10-08-2011
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10-08-2011 National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... © Paul Box
National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... - Paul Box - 10-08-2011
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10-08-2011 National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... © Paul Box
National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... - Paul Box - 10-08-2011
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10-08-2011 National Trust Holnicote Estate in Porlock, the sea has been allowed to breach the shingle ridge sea defenses. Now that land floods behind the shingle, a new saltmarsh is rapidly developing. It is an... © Paul Box
Vietnamese boy driving a motorboat across a lake on Phu Quoc Island. Vietnam. Phu Quoc is the subject of territorial dispute between Vietnam and Cambodia. Tourism is booming on the island with huge de... - Justin Tallis - 02-06-2008
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02-06-2008 Vietnamese boy driving a motorboat across a lake on Phu Quoc Island. Vietnam. Phu Quoc is the subject of territorial dispute between Vietnam and Cambodia. Tourism is booming on the island with huge de... © Justin Tallis
Travelling by boat along the Mekong Delta. My Tho in the Tien Giang Province of South Vietnam. - Justin Tallis - 30-05-2008
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30-05-2008 Travelling by boat along the Mekong Delta. My Tho in the Tien Giang Province of South Vietnam. © Justin Tallis
Murals in an NGO office highlighting the issue of foreigners trying to buy children from vulnerable families in developing countries. Sri Lanka 2007 - Howard Davies - 19-10-2007
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19-10-2007 Murals in an NGO office highlighting the issue of foreigners trying to buy children from vulnerable families in developing countries. Sri Lanka 2007 © Howard Davies
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... - Jess Hurd - 05-06-2007
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05-06-2007 African men sculpted by Danish artist Jens Galschiot. Created to highlight the amount of subsidies supporting agriculture in rich countries. Protests at the G8 summit in Heiligendamm, Rostock, Germany... © Jess Hurd
Packaging of a packet of Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. - John Harris - 11-04-2007
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11-04-2007 Packaging of a packet of Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. © John Harris
Packaging of a packet of Organic Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. - John Harris - 11-04-2007
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11-04-2007 Packaging of a packet of Organic Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. © John Harris
Packaging of a packet of Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. - John Harris - 11-04-2007
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11-04-2007 Packaging of a packet of Fairtrade tea bags from India, Sri Lanka and Africa on sale in a supermarket. © John Harris
A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia - Howard Davies - 08-11-2006
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08-11-2006 A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia © Howard Davies
A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia. - Howard Davies - 08-11-2006
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08-11-2006 A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia. © Howard Davies
A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia. - Howard Davies - 08-11-2006
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08-11-2006 A well-stocked food shop in Ethiopia. © Howard Davies
Statue in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs - Khama, Sebele and Bathoen. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Statue in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs - Khama, Sebele and Bathoen. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. © Howard Davies
Statue in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs - Khama, Sebele and Bathoen. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Statue in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs - Khama, Sebele and Bathoen. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. © Howard Davies
Memorial in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs, who secured the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Memorial in Gaborone, commemorating the three traditonal Chiefs, who secured the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. © Howard Davies
An Independence poster, at a memorial in Gaborone which commemorates the traditonal Chiefs. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 An Independence poster, at a memorial in Gaborone which commemorates the traditonal Chiefs. Who are credited with securing the land which was later established as modern day Botswana. © Howard Davies
Traditional village round mud houses recreated in Gaborones Museum, Botswana. 2006 - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Traditional village round mud houses recreated in Gaborones Museum, Botswana. 2006 © Howard Davies
Machine offering free condoms and a helpline in central Gaborone, Botswana. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Machine offering free condoms and a helpline in central Gaborone, Botswana. © Howard Davies
Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. © Howard Davies
Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. © Howard Davies
Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 Queues outside mobile phone company Orange, to take advantage of a local promotion. © Howard Davies
The President Hotel in Gaborone, made famous by the detective novels by Alexander McCall Smith. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 The President Hotel in Gaborone, made famous by the detective novels by Alexander McCall Smith. © Howard Davies
The HQ building of Debswana Diamond Company Ltd. Debswana is a mining company, and a joint partnership between the Botswana Government and De Beers to exploit the countrys diamond resources. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 The HQ building of Debswana Diamond Company Ltd. Debswana is a mining company, and a joint partnership between the Botswana Government and De Beers to exploit the countrys diamond resources. © Howard Davies
A welcome to Islam sign, in the centre of the city of Gaborone. - Howard Davies - 31-10-2006
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31-10-2006 A welcome to Islam sign, in the centre of the city of Gaborone. © Howard Davies
A recycling point for paper, plastic and glass. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 09-09-2006
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09-09-2006 A recycling point for paper, plastic and glass. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 09-09-2006
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09-09-2006 Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 09-09-2006
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09-09-2006 Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 09-09-2006
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09-09-2006 Signs indicating evacuation routes on the south of Sri Lanka. The signs have been put up after the area was devasted by the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
A mother and daughter with their new house which has been rebuilt by Oxfam after their house was destroyed in the Tsunami, Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 08-09-2006
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08-09-2006 A mother and daughter with their new house which has been rebuilt by Oxfam after their house was destroyed in the Tsunami, Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
School children in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 08-09-2006
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08-09-2006 School children in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
School children in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 08-09-2006
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08-09-2006 School children in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
School children working in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 08-09-2006
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08-09-2006 School children working in a temporary classroom while their school is being built - with funding from Oxfam - having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
A school being rebuilt with funding from Oxfam having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 - Howard Davies - 04-09-2006
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04-09-2006 A school being rebuilt with funding from Oxfam having been destroyed during the Tsunami. Sri Lanka 2006 © Howard Davies
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
Women soldiers among SPLA rebels training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 Women soldiers among SPLA rebels training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
Woman soldiers with Princess Diana shirt among SPLA rebels training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 Woman soldiers with Princess Diana shirt among SPLA rebels training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 - Thomas Morley - 12-11-2005
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12-11-2005 SPLA rebel soldiers training in Yei South Sudan. 2005 © Thomas Morley
Rebeca, the wife and immediate family of Dr John Garang of the SPLA at his funeral having died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlemen... - Thomas Morley - 13-09-2005
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13-09-2005 Rebeca, the wife and immediate family of Dr John Garang of the SPLA at his funeral having died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlemen... © Thomas Morley
Ugandan President Museveni speaking at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement wit... - Thomas Morley - 13-09-2005
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13-09-2005 Ugandan President Museveni speaking at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement wit... © Thomas Morley
Salva Kiir speaks at the SPLA soldiers at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement... - Thomas Morley - 13-09-2005
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13-09-2005 Salva Kiir speaks at the SPLA soldiers at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement... © Thomas Morley
Crowds grieve at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement with the Government. Juba... - Thomas Morley - 13-09-2005
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13-09-2005 Crowds grieve at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement with the Government. Juba... © Thomas Morley
SPLA soldiers at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement with the Government. Rumb... - Thomas Morley - 12-09-2005
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12-09-2005 SPLA soldiers at the funeral of Dr John Garang of the SPLA who died in a helicopter accident. Garang had also been made vice president of Sudan following the peace settlement with the Government. Rumb... © Thomas Morley
A man prays in a village damaged by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A man prays in a village damaged by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 © Howard Davies
Villages damaged by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Villages damaged by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 © Howard Davies
Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 © Howard Davies
Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 © Howard Davies
Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Villagers displaced by the Tsunami which caused most damage in the south Asia but also reached the east African coast. Somalia 2005 © Howard Davies
A farmer ploughs his field in rural Somalia. 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A farmer ploughs his field in rural Somalia. 2005 © Boris Heger
A Somali man holds a shell with the inscription Allah the Merciful which he found on the beach shortly after the Tsunami which hit the east coast of Somalia. 2005 - Howard Davies - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A Somali man holds a shell with the inscription Allah the Merciful which he found on the beach shortly after the Tsunami which hit the east coast of Somalia. 2005 © Howard Davies
Western tourists on the beach. Malindi, Kenya 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Western tourists on the beach. Malindi, Kenya 2005 © Boris Heger
Western tourists with locals on beach, Malindi, Kenya 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Western tourists with locals on beach, Malindi, Kenya 2005 © Boris Heger
Tigray women collecting flour from a mill, Tigray, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Tigray women collecting flour from a mill, Tigray, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
Tigray women collecting flour from a mill, Tigray, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Tigray women collecting flour from a mill, Tigray, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
Tigray man, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Tigray man, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
Elderly Tigray man, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Elderly Tigray man, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
Ethiopian children in the town of Zala Anbessa largely destroyed in the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Ethiopian children in the town of Zala Anbessa largely destroyed in the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
A family in the town of Zala Anbessa largely destroyed in the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A family in the town of Zala Anbessa largely destroyed in the border war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
Ethiopian girl watching the Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Ethiopian girl watching the Ethiopian Annual Great Run with more than 20,000 contestants taking part in the 10km race. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2004 © Boris Heger
First Lady Azeb Mesfin, wife of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, gives a blood sample for HIV-AIDS testing, as part of a programme to encourage testing in Ethiopia where HIV transmission is grow... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 First Lady Azeb Mesfin, wife of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, gives a blood sample for HIV-AIDS testing, as part of a programme to encourage testing in Ethiopia where HIV transmission is grow... © Boris Heger
A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... © Boris Heger
A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... © Boris Heger
A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... © Boris Heger
A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 A Church run orphange in Addis Ababa where some of the babies are HIV positive. A growing number of the children who are not HIV are adopted by foreign parents for around 20,000. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
An elderly priest greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 An elderly priest greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
The Head of the Orthodox Chruch greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to c... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Head of the Orthodox Chruch greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to c... © Boris Heger
The Head of the Orthodox Chruch greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to c... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 The Head of the Orthodox Chruch greets some of the hundred thousand pilgrims who walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to c... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Over one hundred thousand pilgrims walk each December for sixty five kms from the city of Dire Dawa to the Orthodox Church of Saint Gabriel at Kulubi to celebrate Angel Gabriel Day. Kulubi, Ethiopia 2... © Boris Heger
Ethiopians celebrate the Othodox Christmas Mass in January in the the ole Medhanialem Orthodox Christian Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Ethiopians celebrate the Othodox Christmas Mass in January in the the ole Medhanialem Orthodox Christian Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
Ethiopians celebrate the Othodox Christmas Mass in January in the the Bole Medhanialem Orthodox Christian Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2005 - Boris Heger - 06-09-2005
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06-09-2005 Ethiopians celebrate the Othodox Christmas Mass in January in the the Bole Medhanialem Orthodox Christian Church in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 2005 © Boris Heger
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