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loulou picasso (1059 articles)

loulou picasso , 9 janvier 2005


...Jet-setting supermodel Petra Nemcova survived the terrifying Asian tsunami by clinging to the top of a palm tree for eight hours - wincing through the pain of a broken pelvis and haunted by the sight of her boyfriend being swept out to sea.

"This huge wave just pulled us out of the house," Nemcova, 25, told the Daily News last night from her hospital bed in Thailand. "It was so powerful I couldn't get up. I couldn't get out of it."

"People were screaming and kids were screaming all over the place, screaming, 'Help, help.' And after a few minutes, you didn't hear the kids anymore."

Nemcova and her fashion photographer boyfriend Simon Atlee, 33, were spending the holidays in a beachfront bungalow at the Thai resort of Khao Lak when Sunday's catastrophe struck.

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loulou picasso , 7 janvier 2005


Actress Jessica Biel poses as she arrives as a guest at the launch party for the 2005 Volkswagen Jetta automobile in Hollywood January 5, 2005.




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loulou picasso , 7 janvier 2005


JAKARTA, Indonesia - With health officials warning that the death toll of more than 140,000 from last month's tsunami could jump sharply without a continual supply of aid, world leaders struggled Thursday to figure out the best way to help victims - and to prevent such a catastrophe from happening again.

Donors concluded an emergency one-day summit as relief workers scrambled to move aid to areas of Sumatra, the Indonesian island hit hardest by the earthquake and giant waves that crashed ashore Dec. 26. Volunteers hurled sacks of rice and instant noodles into trucks as U.S. helicopters loaded with other supplies buzzed overhead en route to isolated communities.

A new potential danger emerged, this time to the American and Australian military teams assisting the tsunami survivors. A radical Islamic group once headed by an al-Qaida-linked terror chief set up a relief camp in Sumatra. The militants, known for attacking Christians on Indonesia's far-flung islands, insisted they would not interfere with foreign troops - so long as they kept to humanitarian operations.

In the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, world leaders discussed how to transform one of the largest aid packages ever assembled - nearly $4 billion in pledges - into food for the hungry and shelter for the homeless. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annanurged nations to come forward immediately with the billions they've promised and to break with past practices of promising much and delivering little.






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loulou picasso , 7 janvier 2005


Young Kyrgyz convicts watch Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first in the institution where about 500 teenagers live.

Two men distribute balloons in preparation of Three Kings Day where toys wil be given to poor children in downtown Mexico City, Mexico Wednesday Jan. 5, 2005. Three Kings Day is a Christian holiday that celebrates the Three Wise Men who brought gifts to Christ as a child. It is a custom in Mexico and rather than giving gifts on Christmas gifts are given on Jan. 6, Three Kings Day.




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loulou picasso , 7 janvier 2005


A woman lights a candle in Our Lady of Kazan Cathedral in St.Petersburg, January 6, 2005. The Orthodox church and millions of believers will celebrate Christmas on January 7.




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loulou picasso , 6 janvier 2005


Students and officers of the Electronic Engineering Institute of the People's Liberation Army make donations in Hefei in east China's Anhui province January 4, 2005 to the tsunami-hit countries in Asia.

Some of the millions of letters containing donations for the Disasters Emergency Committee Tsunami Earthquake Appeal are sorted in London January 4, 2005.

A Chinese staff of the Red Cross Society of China holds an enlargement of a cheque for US$500,000 donated by Chinese computer giant Lenovo after a ceremony at the Red Cross headquarters in Beijing Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005.





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