Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια "Mad Max" τεθωρακισμένα: Έτσι αντιμετωπίζουν τους στρατιώτες του ISIS

Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια "Mad Max" τεθωρακισμένα: Έτσι αντιμετωπίζουν τους στρατιώτες του ISIS

Φωτογραφίες από τα άρματα μάχης που κατασκευάζουν οι Κούρδοι για να αντιμετωπίσουν τους τζιχαντιστές

Σε μια προσπάθεια να αντιμετωπίσουν τους στρατιώτες του ISIS στη βόρεια Συρία, Κούρδοι μετατρέπουν τρακτέρ και φορτηγά σε τανκ, δημιουργώντας μαχητές του δρόμου τύπου "Mad Max".

Τα στρατεύματα αναγκάστηκαν να αναλάβουν την πρωτοβουλία και να δημιουργήσουν τα δικά τους τεθωρακισμένα αφού οι τζιχαντιστές είναι εφοδιασμένοι με πολύ καλύτερα εξοπλισμένα άρματα.

Εκατοντάδες χιλιάδες Κούρδοι της Συρίας έχουν αναγκαστεί να εγκαταλείψουν τα σύνορα και να περάσουν προς την Τουρκία μετά από μια επίθεση στην αυτόνομη κουρδική επικράτεια στο βόρειο τμήμα της Συρίας.

Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
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Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια

Επιχειρώντας να αντισταθούν στα όπλα του ISIS, οι κουρδικές δυνάμεις μετέτρεψαν φορτηγά και άλλο αγροτικό εξοπλισμό σε βαριά τεθωρακισμένα οχήματα που είναι εφοδιασμένα με όπλα της σοβιετικής εποχής.

Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

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Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

(ends)
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

(ends)
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT

Οι μαχητές των Κούρδων στο Ιράκ σημειώνουν ότι δεν έχουν ακόμα λάβει τον εξοπλισμό που τους υποσχέθηκαν οι ΗΠΑ και άλλες ευρωπαϊκές χώρες, παρά μόνο αποστολές στις οποίες περιλαμβάνονται τρόφιμα, κάτι που χρειάζονται λιγότερο αυτή την περίοδο.

Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

(ends)
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT
Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
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Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
© ISIS2HELL TWITTER

"Μη μας στέλνετε φαγητό, δεν χρειαζόμαστε φαγητό. Θα φάμε λάσπη αν χρειαστεί. Στείλτε μας όπλα" σημείωσε την περασμένη εβδομάδα κάτοικος του Kobane.

Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
© ISIS2HELL TWITTER
Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
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Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
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Έως ότου όμως εφοδιαστούν με όπλα από τη Δύση, οι κουρδικές δυνάμεις εξαρτώνται από τα αυτοσχέδια τεθωρακισμένα οχήματά τους για να προστατεύσουν τον πληθυσμό τους από επιθέσεις που αποτελούν απειλεί για την ίδια την ύπαρξή τους.

Οι μαχητές του δρόμου και τα αυτοσχέδια
© ISIS2HELL TWITTER
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

(ends)
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks.

Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors.

The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army.

And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis.

Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane  that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week.

The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need.

That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry.

In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria.

(ends)
Pic shows: Kurdish forces have converted tractors and lorries into tanks. Kurdish forces in northern Syria have converted tractors and lorries into tanks by adding metal plates to create Mad Max style road warriors. The Kurdish troops were forced to take the initiative and create their own armoured vehicles after trying to stop the advance of Isis militants armed with high-tech weapons that they had captured from the Iraqi army. And using their converted tractors and other farm vehicles they have so far managed to check the advance of the jihadis. Previously the People's Protection Units (YPG) of northern Syria had tried to tackle Isis armed with their rifles and with the only protection being flak jackets. With the armoured vehicles as well they have reportedly managed to check at least in some areas the advance such as in the small town of Kobane that has been besieged by Isis militants for a week. The Kurdish fighters in Iraq said that although they had been promised equipment from the US and European countries so far most of the shipments included food and not weapons which is what they say they urgently need. That is why they had moved to creating their own, saying only weapons would keep them alive today and food was something for tomorrow. Many of the makeshift vehicles have also been fitted with ageing Soviet weaponry. In recent weeks hundreds of thousands of Syrian Kurds have been forced to flee across the border into Turkey, as Isis launched an onslaught into the autonomous Kurdish territory in northern Syria. (ends) EUROPICS[CEN] AGENCY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSS OR LEGAL ACTION RESULTING FROM THE USE OF IMAGES SUPPLIED. THE PUBLICATION OF IMAGES SUPPLIED IN ANY FORMAT IS SOLELY AT YOUR (THE PUBLISHERS) DISCRETION & RISK. COPYRIGHT ALWAYS REMAINS WITH EUROPICS[CEN] ©. MINIMUM REPRO FEE IN THE UK IS £ 150.00. ALL FEES MUST BE AGREED BEFORE PUBLICATION WITH EUROPICS[CEN] OR WITH EUROPICS[CEN] APPROVED AGENTS ABROAD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBLICATION OF ANY IMAGES IS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. FOR REPRODUCTION RIGHTS CONTACT [email protected], +43 1 812 12 87 21 THIS SI THE COYPRIGHT FOR COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALSO IN AUTHOR YOU SHOULD PUT EUROPICS AND AUTHOR TITLE EUROPICS AND COPYRIGHT URL WWW.EUROPICS.AT
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