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Images Dated 18th July 2003

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File photo showing lightning strike over Casinos along the Las Vegas strip Featured 18 Jul 2003 Print

File photo showing lightning strike over Casinos along the Las Vegas strip

File photo shows lightning flash over hotels and casinos on The Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, as a storm rolls through the Las Vegas Valley, on July 18, 2003. As Britain's parliament prepares to vote on controversial new gambling laws, the government said on Sunday it would consider changes to calm critics of reforms that could allow giant casinos to spring up around the UK. Members of parliament will pass judgment on November 1, 2004 on the government's Gambling Bill - intended to shake up 40-year-old laws - with opposition parties and some of Prime Minister Tony Blair's followers pledging to vote against it. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Ethan Miller/FILE EM/AA/GN/MD - RP5DRHYWVDAB

West Nile viruses Featured 18 Jul 2003 Print

West Nile viruses

West Nile viruses. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a group of West Nile viruses (WNV). This virus is known to cause encephalitis in humans. WNV belong to the group of Flaviviruses and are RNA viruses with cubic symmetry. Here the outer protein coat (capsid) of each virus is red. West Nile virus is transmitted by mosquitoes and is known to infect both humans and animals (such as birds). In August 1999 an outbreak of encepha- litis caused by West Nile virus occurred in New York City and neighbouring counties, USA. A mosquito-control campaign successfully controlled this spread of WNV. Magnification: unknown

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