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  • 1. Earthquake in Chile At 3:34 am local time, on February 27th 2010, a devastating magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck Chile, one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded. The earthquake also triggered a Tsunami. The disastrous consequences surrounding the Chilean city of Concepcion pushed the patience of its inhabitants to the limit and they took the streets in search of supplies. Pictures by Marcelo Hernandez & Vicente Tapia/dpa
  • 2. A picture dated December 17, 2010 shows supporters of Chilean President-elect, Sebastian Pinera carring a bust of dictator Augusto Pinochet celebrating their victory after the end of national elections in Santiago, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 3. A picture dated March 1, 2010 shows a woman carrying a baby in the middle of a destroyed village in Dichato, after the 8.8 earthquake, Chile. Photo: Vicente Tapia/dpa
  • 4. A picture dated March 02, 2010 shows riot police patrol in Talcahuano port, Chile, after the 8.8. earthquake . Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 5. A picture dated February 28, 2010 shows hundreds of people looting stores after the 8.8 earthquake on 28 February 2010 in Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile. The disastrous consequences surrounding the Chilean city of Concepcion pushed the patience of its inhabitants to the limit and they took the streets in search of supplies after the earthquake of 8.8 degrees on the Richter scale that struck on 28 February 2010 . Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 6. A picture dated February 28, 2010 shows tens of people looting stores after the 8.8 earthquake on 28 February 2010 in Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 7. A picture dated February 28, 2010 shows a woman talkink to a policeman in Talcahuano, Chile, after the earthquake. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 8. A picture dated March 1, 2010 shows two armed men in front of a house after the earthquake and tsunami in Dichato beach, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 9. A picture dated February 28, 2010 shows two men walking in the street between the debris of the earthquake in Talcahuano, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 10. A picture dated March1, 2010 shows Dichato beach after the earthquake and tsunami, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 11. A picture dated March 1, 2010 shows a man walking by a house in the water after the earthquake and tsunami in Dichato beach, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 12. A picture dated March 3, 2010 shows coffins donated by the Municipality of Dichato for the relatives of the victims of the earthquake, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 13. A picture dated February 27, 2010 shows a devastated house after the 8.8 hearquake that struck the City of Santiago, Chile. Photo: Vicente Tapia/dpa
  • 14. Illustration pictures by Joedson Alves Patricio Crooker Erika Santelices Joana Toro Roberto Pera Werner Rudhart
  • 15. A An undated picture shows Xingu indigenous people from the tropical savanna of central Mato Grosso, Brazil, north of the Amazon. The Brazilian government plans to build the third largest dam in the world in the Xingu River in Para State. The argument behind the project is that the country's energy needs. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 16. A picture dated 2008 shows the Uyuni saltflats in Bolivia. The country is seeking new technologies to extract lithium from the saltflats. Photo: Patricio Crooker/dpa
  • 17. An undated picture shows an Haitian sugar cane worker in Barahona, Dominican Republic. On October 19, 2009 Gero Vaagt, a representative of the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) in Nicaragua stated that the milennium goal of erradicating poverty and hunger by 2015 will not be accomplished. Photo: Erika Santelises/dpa
  • 18. A picture dated February 20, 2007 shows a manual worker who eradicates coca fields in the east zone of Colombia. The sharp decline in coca cultivation in Colombia had an impact in the drop of the plantations throughout South America of an eight percent between 2007 and 2008, despite an increase in Peru and Bolivia, according to an annual UN report on traffic and drug use, released on February 24, 2010 in Vienna. Photo: Joana Toro/dpa
  • 19. A picture dated March 2008 shows a group of harvesters performs its task in the north of the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised the Latin America and Caribbean growth prospects although the IMF emphasized the risks of overheating the economy of the countries of the region. Photo: Roberto Pera/dpa
  • 20. An undated picture shows a soy bran silo in the Hermasa grain port, in Itacoatiara, Amazonas, Brazil. The spiral of food prices have been growing for six months at an alarming rate, and in 2011 the situation could be worse, the UN Organization for Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported. Photo: Werner Rudhart/dpa
  • 21. A picture dated March 27, 2008 shows a car wheel sinking into a polluted river in Colombia. Companies and individuals fraudulently throw waste near Bogota, Colombia. Bolivia's Conference will plead to deal with the Kyoto Protocol extensively, on April 17, 2010. Photo: Joana Toro/dpa
  • 22. A picture dated November 8, 2008 shows dead mangrove trees on enroded river coast, in Praia Barra Velha, at Rio Tocantis, Para State, Brazil. Bolivia's Conference will plead to deal with the Kyoto Protocol extensively, on April 17, 2010. Photo: Werner Rudhart/dpa
  • 23. A picture dated February 18, 2008 shows a portrait of a grandfather with his granson sitting in front of a stable in Pomerode a community of German colonist descendants. Santa Catarina, Brazil. On May 10, 2010 in Brasilia the general director of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Jacques Diouf, suggested Brazil 'export’ the Zero Hunger program launched by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in 2003 to Africa,. Photo: Werner Rudhart/dpa
  • 24. A picture dated August 10, 2008 shows the portrait of two precious stone mine owners with guns in Teofilo Otoni, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The miners job involves many risks in most parts of the world. Photo: Werner Rudhart/dpa
  • 25. News Pictures by Joana Toro Freddy Navas Diego Aguilar Caudillo Eduardo Valenzuela Marcelo Hernandez Daniel Mendoza Leonel Estrada Renzo Gostoli Joedson Alves José Goitia Jesus Alfonso
  • 26. A picture dated 2007 shows former Colombian Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos in Colombia. The local government agreed with an Ecuadorian judge the decission to revoke the capture orders against former Colombian Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos and Colombian General Freddy Padilla de Leon. Photo: Joana Toro/dpa
  • 27. A picture dated March 1, 2008 shows the FARC campsite in Ecuadorian territory that was attacked by the Colombian Army. This attack led to the death of Raul Reyes, high ranked FARC officer and the cease of diplomatic relations between Colombia and Ecuador. Santos began to rule under a lucky star after the pompous inauguration on August 7, 2010, within hours they managed to reduce the tension between Ecuador and Venezuela, Bogota’s historic allies with which the government put a distance due to different views. Photo: Freddy Navas/dpa
  • 28. A picture dated January 31, 2010 shows blood in a house in Villa del Portal street, Valle de Salvarcar, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, were sixteen young people where killed. Mexico suffered on 18 February 2011, with 79 deaths associated with organized delinquency, its most violent day since President Felipe Calderon assumed four years ago, according to a tally published on the date by the Mexican newspaper La Jornada, 19 February 2011. Photo: Diego Aguilar Caudillo/dpa
  • 29. A picture dated February 23, 2009 shows a child looking at a municipal police officer guarding the area where a young man who was chased several blocks was shot and killed, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Guadalupe Chacon, Secretary of Education and Culture of State of Chihuahua, called for schools are not nearly touched by killers, 05 June 2010. Photo: Diego Aguilar Caudillo/dpa
  • 30. A picture dated October 18, 2010 shows a young evangelical Christian dressed as angel showing messages of the Bible in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico. In a campaign called 'If my people will humble themselves, I will heal their land' as a verse from the Bible, mostly young people between 15 and 25, dressed as angels, standing on corners of the Mexican city to give their message of conversion. Photo: Diego Aguilar Caudillo/dpa
  • 31. A picture dated September 30, 2010 shows President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa (R), wearing a gas mask, is helped to evacuate the Regimiento Quito barracks in Quito. Police and rank-and-file military officers were refusing to obey orders in a large part of Ecuador and had taken control of the largest police barracks in the capital and the airport. Photo: Eduardo Valenzuela/dpa
  • 32. A picture dated May 6, 2010 shows indigenous and afro americans protesters against the National Assembly in Quito, demanding for the discussion of Water's Law implemented by the Rafael Correa's government in Ecuador. Ecuador's National Assembly is about to approve a law that will regulate the nation's water resources. Photo: Freddy Navas/dpa
  • 33. A picture dated September 30, 2010 shows a Chilean Mapuche showing bullets fired by riot police during a demonstration in Santaigo, Chile. Inter American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) announced that it has filed with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights the case of several Chile Mapuche leaders convicted of 'terrorists' crimes, considering that there were 'irregularities' during the process and 'discrimination' by the way that was considered their ethnicity. August 19, 2011. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 34. A picture dated September 23, 2009 shows a Manuel Zelaya supporter and the National Police in a protest in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The ousted President supporters took advantage of the suspension of the curfew until 17:00 hours (23:00 GMT). Photo: Daniel Mendoza/dpa
  • 35. A picture dated May 5, 2010 shows President of Honduras Porfirio Lobo during the visit of his counter part of Gautelama Alvaro Colom in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.The political situation of Honduras, whose regime seeks international legitimacy, tops the agenda of the Third Summit of Heads of State and Government of the System Central American Integration (SICA), who will meet in the Panamanian capital on 29 and 30 June 2010 in search of consensus. Photo: Leonel Estrada/dpa
  • 36. A picture dated October 31, 2010 shows a Brazilian citizen with a donkey mask as protest, prepares to vote at a school, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Some 135.8 million Brazilians began to go to the polls on 31 October 2010 to determine a successor to President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, whose second term ends on January 1, 2011. Photo: Renzo Gostoli/dpa
  • 37. A file picture dated october 1, 2002 shows an unidentified Cuban fight against the wind in Pinar del Rio, West of Havana, Cuba, during Hurricane Lili. A rise in 'extreme weather events' caused some 600,000 deaths and massive economic damage over the past two decades. Photo: Jose Goitia/dpa
  • 38. A picture dated May 31, 2010 shows Gilberto Ramirez cries for his son and his wife died in a landslide because the storm Agatha that affected Guatemala, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala. Even under emergency situation upon arrival and disappearance of the storm 'Agatha’Guatemala met on 31 May 2010 with the painful task of burying the first 92 deaths caused by landslides and floods and remained in a state of collapse, far from back to normal. Photo: Jesus Alfonso/dpa
  • 39. Earthquake in Haiti Januanry 12 th, 2010 the worst earthquake in 200 years – 7.0 in magnitude, struck less than ten miles from the Caribbean city of Port au Prince, Haiti. The initial quake was later followed by twelve aftershocks greater than magnitude 5.0. Structures of all kinds were damaged or collapsed, from shantytown homes to national landmarks. An estimated three million people were affected by the quake; the Haitian government reported that an estimated 316.000 people had died, 300.000 had been injured and 1.000.000 made homeless. Pictures by: William Plowman, John Cherry, Erika Santelices, Douglas Engle/dpa
  • 40. A picture dated January 2010 shows people looting a market store in downtown Port au Prince after the earthquake Haiti. Photo: John Cherry/dpa
  • 41. A picture dated January 22, 2010 shows Haitian woman pray in front of the distroyed cathedral of Port au Prince one week after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake tha struck the Haitian capitall of Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA out)
  • 42. A picture dated January 16, 2010 shows a masked man walks past in front of bodies spilling out into the street from Haiti's National Cemetery, in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA out)
  • 43. A picture dated January 16, 2010 shows a man walking in front of a row of dead bodies in Haiti's National Cemetery, in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA out)
  • 44. A picture dated January 16, 2010 shows a dead body lies in a pool of blood in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA Out)
  • 45. A picture dated January 26, 2010 shows a police officer stands near what remains of the interior ministry in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: Douglas Engle/dpa
  • 46. A picture dated January 21, 2010 shows a women treated by a Haitian doctor at a makeshift refugee camp in a soccer stadium in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA Out)
  • 47. A picture dated August 8, 2010 shows an amputee pass besides rubbles in front of the cathedral of Port au Prince, 7 month after the earthquake. Photo: John Chery/dpa
  • 48. A picture dated January 21, 2010 shows a young boy who just had his arm amputated siting in a bed, near his toy truck, outside the Community Hospital in Port au Prince, Haiti. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA Out)
  • 49. A picture dated January 16, 2010 shows a refugee camp in Port Prince, Haiti. Photo: Erika Santelices/dpa
  • 50. A picture dated January 21, 2010 shows a young boy walking down the streets of Port au Prince more than a week after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck the Haitian capital. Photo: William Plowman/dpa (USA Out)
  • 51. Chilean miners rescue On August 5, 2010 the roof of the San José copper and gold mine collapsed, trapping 33 miners inside, 700 meters below ground near Copiapó, Chile. The fate of the burried men, known as “los 33” (“The 33”) was not immediately known. It took 17 days before a drill machine reached their refuge, discovering them alive and well. A video link has been establisher, and food, messages from relatives and supplies were delivered by several narrow bareholes. The mixed crew of experienced miners and technical support made that they survived for a record of 69 days deep underground before their rescue. Pictures by: Marcelo Hernandez, Geraldo Caso and Handout Pictures/dpa
  • 52. A picture dated Sepember 17, 2010 shows Chilean President Sebastian Pinera walking to a press point near the gigant Chilean flag that was displayed during bicentennial celebrations in Santiago, Chile. Photo: Victor Rojas/dpa
  • 53. A picture dated August 13, 2010 shows a general view of the camps of relatives miners trapped in Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Geraldo Caso/dpa
  • 54. A picture dated August 16, 2010 shows Chilean relatives waiting outside the collapsed mine where 33 miners are trapped in Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Marcelo Hernandez/dpa
  • 55. A handout picture dated August 22, 2010 shows Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds up a plastic bag containing a message, from miners trapped in a collapsed mine, that reads in Spanish " We are ok in the refuge, the 33 miners" in Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Hector Retamal/dpa/Handout
  • 56. A picture dated August 24, 2010 shows relatives of the miners trapped celebrate as a new drilling machine arrives at the San Jose mine in Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Ariel Marinkovic/dpa
  • 57. A handout picture dated September 4, 2010 shows Chilean relatives talking with miners trapped during a video conference in San Jose mine in Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Ministry of Minning/dpa/Handout
  • 58. A handout picture dated october 13, 2010 shows miner Edison Pena, 34, who becomes the twelfth trapped miner to be rescued from the San Jose mine near Copiapo, Chile. Photo: Hugo Infante/Government of Chile/dpa/Handout
  • 59. Complexo do Alemao drug war After recent efforts to pacify Rio’s drug and gang violence ahead of the upcoming 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olimpic Games, drug gangs struck out attacking police stations and staging mass robberies. Brazilian security forces reacted lounching an armed raid in the shantytown named ‘Complexo do Alemao’, in which among 500 and 600 drug traffickers were holded up. Pictures by: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 60. A picture dated November 28, 2010 shows the mansion built by the alleged drug dealer Martiniano Luciano da Silva "Pezao" in the middle of the favela Complexo do Alemao en Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The house consisting of 4 floors had a pool on the roof that was taken by the childrens of the favela after the arrival of the police. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 61. A picture dated November 26, 2010 shows Brazil's Special Operations Police members going to an operation against drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 62. A picture dated November 26, 2010 shows Brazil's Army members going to an operation against drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 63. A picture dated November 27, 2010 shows a girl cries during a gunfight betwen Soldiers of the Brazilian army with drug traffickers, during police operation in the favela of Grota, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 64. A picture dated November 26, 2010 shows army soldier fire with drug traffickers during a special operation in the Alemao complex in Rio de janeiro, during the army occupation in Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 65. A picture dated November 29, 2010 shows police patroling the Alemao complex in Rio de janeiro, after the army occupation in Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 66. A picture dated November 28, 2010 shows members of Brazilian Army in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, operating against drug traffickers. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 67. A picture dated November 28, 2010 shows members of the police carrying in a helicopter 7 tons of marijuana found during a joint operation with the military forces in the favela complexo de Alemao in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 68. A picture dated November 27, 2010 shows a wall with a Brazilian flag painted on damaged by bullets during an Army's and Police operation against drug traffickers in Alemao complex in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 69. Portrait pictures by Ernesto Mastrascusa Magdalena Gutierrez Joedson Alves Roberto Pera José Alí Susana Gonzalez Martín Acosta
  • 70. A picture dated February 3, 2006 shows Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro delivering a speech in Havana, Cuba. Fidel Castro turns 84 on 13 August 2010 recovered from his illness and present again in the daily lives of Cubans. Photo: Ernesto Mastrascusa/dpa
  • 71. A picture dated 1997 shows Uruguayan President Jose Mujica at his office in the Uruguayan Senate. Photo: Magdalena Gutierrez/dpa
  • 72. A picture dated october 4, 2010 shows Brazilian presidential candidate for the rouling party Dilma Rousseff during a press conference after the announcement of runoff elections. Rousseff (PT), reaches 48 percent of voter preferences, while the opposition Jose Serra (PSDB) obtained 41 percent in the first opinion poll taken after the first round and released on 10 October 2010 by Datafolha. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 73. A picture dated Mach 1981 shows Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges in Via Veneto, Rome, Italy. Next June 14 will be the 25 anniversary of his death, June 10, 2011. Photo: Roberto Pera/dpa
  • 74. A picture dated 1996 shows Argentine writer Ernesto Sabato in his house in Santos Lugares, Buenos Aires, Argentina. On 24 June 2010 the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires homage Ernesto Sabato with Jose Hernandez award in Buenos Aires, on the occasion of its 99th birthday. Photo: Jose Ali/dpa
  • 75. A picture dated september 24, 2010 shows Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa during his literary speech at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM, in DF, Mexico. Vargas Llosa wins Literature Nobel Award on 7 October 2010. Photo: Susana Gonzalez/dpa
  • 76. A picture dated December 01, 2009 shows Regina Cohen holding a mirror with the reflection of her husband Gilson de Souza both of them are infected with AIDS and they met in treatment in Brasilia, Brazil. 01 December is the World AIDS Day. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 77. A picture dated April 9, 2008 shows a soybean producer showing fresh harvested soybeans in Pehuajo, Argentina. The agricultural investment planned for the 2009-2010 period will decrease in Argentina. Despite this the production will increase since the drought that affected the crops last year will not be a problem this one. Photo: Martin Acosta/dpa
  • 78. A picture dated December 14, 2009 shows a view of the National Congress of Brasilia designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida de Niemeyer Soares Filho. The Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, will turn on 15 December 2010, 103 years old. Photo: Joedson Alves/dpa
  • 79. All pictures belong to dpa, Deutsche Presse Agentur. All rights reserved to the photographers and dpa. Pictures edited by Eva Fisher/dpa (2009-2011) [email_address] [email_address]

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