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State Radio - Iranians, who survived a deadly earthqauke last week in the southeastern city of Bam, raise their hands as they wait in vain to get blankets or sweaters distrubuted by the Iranian Red Cresent in the historic city 29 December 2003, three days after a massive earthquake struck. The bodies of 25,000 victims have already been buried, some 19,500 by municipal workers in Bam itself and the rest by local people in surrounding areas, state radio said quoting an official.

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Iranians, who survived a deadly earthqauke last week in the southeastern city of Bam, raise their hands as they wait in vain to get blankets or sweaters distrubuted by the Iranian Red Cresent in the historic city 29 December 2003, three days after a massive earthquake struck. The bodies of 25,000 victims have already been buried, some 19,500 by municipal workers in Bam itself and the rest by local people in surrounding areas, state radio said quoting an official.
  • State Radio - Iranians, who survived a deadly earthqauke last week in the southeastern city of Bam, raise their hands as they wait in vain to get blankets or sweaters distrubuted by the Iranian Red Cresent in the historic city 29 December 2003, three days after a massive earthquake struck. The bodies of 25,000 victims have already been buried, some 19,500 by municipal workers in Bam itself and the rest by local people in surrounding areas, state radio said quoting an official.
  • State Radio - German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban address a press conference at the chancellery in Berlin on October 11, 2012. Hungary has sought on May 21, 2013 to ease tensions with Berlin after Prime Minister Viktor Orban asked Germany not to 'send in the tanks again' in a recent interview on state radio.
  • State Radio - Burundian strongman Mayor Pierre Buyoya poses for the photographer before his meeting with France's Minister for Cooperation Charles Josselin 05 March in Paris. Buyoya, who has begun 04 March a three-day working visit to France, will hold a press conference 06 March to present his view of the 'security, political, economical and social situation in Burundi and on the outcome of his talks with French officials', the embassy announced. FILES) This file picture dated 05 March 1998 shows Burundian strongman Mayor Pierre Buyoya posing for the photographer before his meeting with France's Minister for Cooperation Charles Josselin in Paris. The president , government and parliament of Burundi were 'suspended' 18 April 2001, an unidentified soldier said on state radio, speaking in the name of 'young Burundian patriots.
  • State Radio - A picture dated 24 July 1996 shows a Burundi soldier patrolling the streets of Bujumbura. A Burundian soldier announced 18 April 2001 on state radio that the government of President Pierre Buyoya, currently out of the country, had been 'suspended', as shots were heard in the capital Bujumbura.
  • State Radio - NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 16: Musician Chad Stokes Urmston, formally of the band 'Dispatch' and now lead singer of the band 'State Radio' performs during an Occupy Wall Street gathering in Foley Square on the eve of the anniversary of the start of their movement on September 16, 2012 in New York City. The Occupy Wall Street movement has seen a renewal in action recently, as they build-up to celebrate the one year anniversary of their gathering on September 17, 2011 where an encampment was set up in Zuccotti Park.


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