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  • 1997年10月16日
    カンボジアの地雷 見直し迫られる防衛戦略

    発見されたばかりの旧ソ連製地雷(左上)。動かすには危険すぎるためこの場で爆破処理された=95年11月、カンボジア・コンポンスプー州(共同)

    商品コード: 1997101600103

  • 1998年04月05日
    命知らずの大波コンテスト

    太平洋に面したメキシコのカリフォルニア半島、トドスサントス沖で2月19日に行われたサーフィンのビッグウエーブ・コンテスト。優勝したプロサーファーのテーラー・ノックス(米国)は15・6メートルの巨大な波に挑み、賞金5万ドルを獲得した。この大会は、危険すぎるとして批判を浴びている(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1998040500025

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    2013年05月22日
    落書きの前を歩く女性ら 「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタンの首都イスラマバードで、イスラム教シーア派に対する虐殺をやめるよう呼び掛ける落書きの前を歩く女性ら=4月(共同)

    商品コード: 2013052200245

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    2013年05月22日
    モスク前に立つボハリさん 「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタンの首都イスラマバードで、イスラム教シーア派のモスク前に立つモシン・ボハリ=4月(共同)

    商品コード: 2013052200247

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    2013年05月22日
    モスク前に立つナグビさん 「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタンの首都イスラマバードで、イスラム教シーア派のモスク前に立つセカンダル・ナグビ=4月(共同)

    商品コード: 2013052200246

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    2013年05月22日
    「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタン・イスラマバード、クエッタ

    商品コード: 2013052200277

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    2013年05月22日
    「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタン・イスラマバード、クエッタ

    商品コード: 2013052200278

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    2013年05月22日
    「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタン・イスラマバード、クエッタ

    商品コード: 2013052200279

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    2013年05月22日
    「この国は危険すぎる」

    パキスタン・イスラマバード、クエッタ

    商品コード: 2013052200280

  • 2014年08月19日
    「シリア、危険すぎる」

    シリア・アレッポ、キリス検問所

    商品コード: 2014081901025

  • 2014年08月19日
    「シリア、危険すぎる」

    シリア・アレッポ、キリス検問所

    商品コード: 2014081901026

  • 2014年08月19日
    「シリア、危険すぎる」

    シリア・アレッポ、キリス検問所

    商品コード: 2014081901027

  • 2014年08月19日
    「シリア、危険すぎる」

    シリア・アレッポ、キリス検問所

    商品コード: 2014081901028

  • 2014年08月19日
    キリスの検問所 「シリア、危険すぎる」

    拘束されたとみられる湯川遥菜さんがシリア入りの際に通過した検問所=19日、トルコ南部キリス(共同)

    商品コード: 2014081901043

  • 2014年08月19日
    トラックの長い列 「シリア、危険すぎる」

    検問所に向かう、建設資材などを積んだトラックの長い列=19日、トルコ南部キリス(共同)

    商品コード: 2014081901044

  • 2019年11月28日
    Rescue robot

    28 November 2019, Hessen, Darmstadt: This rescue robot, equipped with sensor technology, drives on chains and is brought into position by an employee of the TU Darmstadt. With the help of cameras, laser scanners and other aids, the device should be able to move wherever it would be too dangerous for people. Therefore, the rescue robot will also be used by fire brigades in the future. (for dpa: “Rescue robotics center wants operational prototypes in three years“) Photo: Boris Roessler/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019112903246

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105317

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105235

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105326

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105316

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105346

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105329

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090105333

  • 2020年08月27日
    Students Take Virtual Classes In Mexico

    August 27, 2020, Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is broadcasting all school lessons on television. According to the Mexican government, going back to school remains too dangerous because of the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons will also be available on the internet, but too many Mexican families still don‘t have a computer at home. 93 percent of Mexican households do have a TV set, compared to 56 percent with internet access and 44 percent with a computer at home. Home classes continue as an attempt to avoid contagion risks. The Coronavirus has already claimed more than 60,000 lives in the country...Where: Mexico City, Mexico.When: 27 Aug 2020.Credit: Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* (Credit Image: © Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:Eyepix/Cover Images..**EDITORIAL USE ONLY* ★©Ricardo Castelan Cruz/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2020090104863

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