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Looking Forward, Looking Back
The State of the World: Looking Forward, Looking Back
CHILE ANNIVERSARY
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September 10, 2003
A man by photos at an exhibition at the Salvador Allende museum in Santiago
September 10, 2003, that...
Santiago, Chile - Republic of
EXHIBITION AT THE SALVADOR ALLENDE MUSEUM IN SANTIAGO.
A man by photos at an exhibition at the Salvador Allende museum in Santiago
September 10, 2003, that includes about 700 pictures of missing prisioners
from the government of General Augusto Pinochet. Some 3,000 to 4,000 people
were killed or forcibly disappeared during dictator Augusto Pinochet's
anti-communist crackdown, after he toppled the Socialist leader Allende. The
media's obsession with September 11, a date burned into the Chilean psyche
long before the 2001 World Trade Center attacks turned the date into a
symbol for Americans, has shocked people with spine-chilling testimony and
fresh evidence on some of the shadier episodes of the dictatorship.
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GERMANY
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January 25, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder addresses a ceremony standing in front of a picture showing a street...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder addresses speech during memorial ceremony in Berlin.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder addresses a ceremony standing in front of a picture showing a street in the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz in Berlin January 25, 2005. Schroeder and Auschwitz survivors took part in a memorial ceremony to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the camp's liberation on January 27, 1945. Pictures of the Year 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann Pictures of the Month January 2005 AKW/JOH
IRAN KHOMEINI
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June 04, 2005
Iranians stuggle to get closer during Iran's supreme leader Khamenei's address at Khomeini mausoleum...
Tehran, Iran
Iranians stuggle to get closer during Iran's supreme leader Khamenei's address at Khomeini mausoleum...
Iranians stuggle to get closer during Iran's supreme leader Khamenei's address at Khomeini mausoleum south of Tehran. Iranians struggle to get closer during Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's address as hundreds of thousands of people gather at the mausoleum of late leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to mark his 16th death anniversary, south of Tehran, June 4, 2005. Khamenei called on Saturday for a high turnout in the June 17 presidential polls as a sign of continued popular support for the country's clerical establishment. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
ARGENTINA PINOCHET
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March 02, 2000
A member of the Argentine human rights Mothers of Plaza de Mayo walks during their weekly protest while...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
MEMBERS OF THE MOTHER OF PLAZA DE MAYO REPUDIATE PINOCHET.
A member of the Argentine human rights Mothers of Plaza de Mayo walks during their weekly protest while another holds up a banner against former Chilean leader General Augusto Pinochet, March 2. Pinochet is flying back home to Chile after Britain decided not to proceed with the extradition case based on medical reports which declared him unable to support a trial. The sign says, "We repudiate the freeing of genocidal Pinochet.

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US
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September 10, 2005
Courtney Ball, 19, of Sommerville, New Jersey, cries at the Flight 93 Temporary Memorial just outside...
Shanksville, UNITED STATES
Courtney Ball of New Jersey cries at Flight 93 Memorial in Pennsylvania.
Courtney Ball, 19, of Sommerville, New Jersey, cries at the Flight 93 Temporary Memorial just outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, September 11, 2005. Sunday is the fourth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on Pennsylvania, New York and Washington D.C. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Jason Cohn JC
BOSNIA RETURN
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March 26, 2002
Nazira Efendic, a Muslim woman who lost most of her relatives, looks through the window of her destroyed...
Gornji Potocari, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of
MUSLIM RETURNEE WOMAN LOOKS THROUGH WINDOW OF HER DESTROYED HOME NEAR
SREBERENICA.
Nazira Efendic, a Muslim woman who lost most of her relatives, looks through the window of her destroyed house in a village of Gornji Potocari near Srebrenica March 26, 2002. Ten years after the beginning of the country's war, a group of Bosnian Muslims, whose families had become a target of ethnic cleansing in the once U.N. safe zone of Srebrenica, live in a basement of the destroyed house led by a strong wish to return to their pre-war homes. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
FRANCE NORMANDY
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June 06, 2004
A Canadian veteran throws an unidentified bag into the waters of Juno Beach following ceremonies marking...
Courseulle Sur Mer, France
CANADIAN VETERAN THROWS ITEM INTO WATERS OF JUNO BEACH DURING D DAY CEREMONIES.
A Canadian veteran throws an unidentified bag into the waters of Juno Beach following ceremonies marking the 60th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion June 6, 2004. Hundreds of veterans returned to retrace their steps taken during the 1944 invasion of Europe during World War II. REUTERS/Andy Clark AC
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TSUNAMI THAILAND
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December 26, 2005
Swedes mourn the loss of their family members while sitting on the coast line of the Andaman Sea, during...
multiple cities, Thailand
Swedes mourn the loss of their family members while sitting on the coast line of the Andaman Sea
Swedes mourn the loss of their family members while sitting on the coast line of the Andaman Sea, during the one-year Indian Ocean tsunami anniversary in Khao Lak, Thailand's Phang Nga province, about 110 km (68 miles) north of the resort island of Phuket, December 26, 2005. Thousands of locals and foreigners gathered in southern Thailand to commemorate the December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed 5,395 people and wiped out 47 villages along the country's Andaman Sea coastline. REUTERS/Adrees Latif Pictures of the Month December 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
FRANCE NORMANDY
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June 02, 2004
PAT BROWN FROM FERMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, WIPES TEAR AWAY WHILE ON OMAHA BEACH AHEAD OF 60TH ANNIVERSARY...
Omaha Beach, France
PAT BROWN FROM FERMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, WIPES TEAR AWAY WHILE ON OMAHA BEACH AHEAD OF 60TH ...
PAT BROWN FROM FERMONT, WEST VIRGINIA, WIPES TEAR AWAY WHILE ON OMAHA BEACH AHEAD OF 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF ALLIED D-DAY LANDINGS. Pat Brown from Fermont, West Virginia, dressed in combat gear, wipes away tears as he stands at Omaha Beach, June 2, 2004 while paying tribute to family members who took part in the Allied D-Day landings in Normany. U.S. President George W. Bush, heads of state and government, and WW II veterans will attend ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the Allied landings in Normandy on June 6, 2004. REUTERS/Yves Herman
TURKEY GALLIPOLI
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April 25, 2005
Australian and New Zealander soldiers stand guard at Anzac Cove during a dawn ceremony on Anzac Day in...
Gallipoli, Turkey
Australian and New Zealander soldiers stand guard at Anzac Cove during a dawn ceremony on Anzac Day in...
Australian and New Zealander soldiers stand guard at Anzac Cove during a dawn ceremony on Anzac Day in Gallipoli peninsula April 25, 2005. At daybreak on Monday, Australian Prime Minister John Howard, New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, Britain's Prince Charles and other officials were joined by 15,000 Australians and New Zealanders, as well as Turks to honour the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) on the milestone anniversary of one of the bloodiest battles of World War One. Some 4,000 Australian and New Zealand soldiers struggled ashore this narrow beach 90 years ago in the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign that would claim more than 130,000 lives, at the edge of this remote peninsula in western Turkey. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
HOLOCAUST
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January 27, 2005
A concentration camp survivor wipes a tear during a ceremony at the former death camp Auschwitz Birkenau,...
Birkenau, Poland
A concentration camp survivor wipes a tear during a ceremony in Birkenau.
A concentration camp survivor wipes a tear during a ceremony at the former death camp Auschwitz Birkenau, January 27, 2005. World leaders and elderly survivors of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz gathered in Poland on Thursday to mark the 60th anniversary of its liberation by Soviet troops and remember the victims of the Holocaust. Pictures of the month January 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz MAD
GERMANY
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May 06, 2005
People look at portraits at the Information Centre of the Holocaust memorial in Berlin May 6, 2005. To...
Berlin, Germany
People look at portraits at the Information Centre of the Holocaust memorial in Berlin.
People look at portraits at the Information Centre of the Holocaust memorial in Berlin May 6, 2005. To complement the Memorial, the architect has designed an underground Information Centre in the south eastern corner of the field of pillars, accessible via two flights of stairs or a lift. With its impressive architecture and original formal language, the centre consists of several rooms, some lit by natural light, and has a total exhibition area of around 800 square metres. It will provide the necessary background material on the victims commemorated here and on historic memorial sites. Berlin will unveil its haunting new memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe next week, culminating 17 years of charged debate and controversy over how Germany should remember the darkest chapter in its history. The memorial, designed by U.S. architect Peter Eisenmann, and consisting of 2,711 pillars through which visitors can wander, will open on May 10, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann JOH BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
UKRAINE
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April 26, 2005
Ukrainian cries in front of a memorial dedicated to firemen who died after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe...
Slavutich, Ukraine
Ukrainian cries in front of a memorial dedicated to firemen who died after the Chernobyl nuclear ...
Ukrainian cries in front of a memorial dedicated to firemen who died after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe during a service in Slavutich. A Ukrainian woman cries in front of a memorial dedicated to firemen who died after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, during a night service in the city of Slavutich near the Chernobyl plant April 26, 2005. Ukraine marks the 19th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear tragedy when Chernobyl's reactor No.4 exploded sending radioactive clouds in the air, poisoning vast areas in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, contaminating much of Europe. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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January 22, 2006
A worker at a printing house prepares a photo of former Kosovo president Ibrahim Rugova for the front...
Pristina, Serbia & Montenegro
Worker at printing house prepares photo of former Kosovo president Ibrahim Rugova in Pristina
A worker at a printing house prepares a photo of former Kosovo president Ibrahim Rugova for the front page of a special edition of a daily publication being printed in tribute to him in Pristina January 22, 2006. Kosovo Albanians began the search on Sunday for a new president to lead the disputed Serbian province into independence negotiations after Rugova died aged 61, leaving no clear successor. PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006 REUTERS/Hazir Reka
GERMANY DRESDEN
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February 13, 2005
Candles compose an inscription which reads "This town is sick of Nazi's" at the Altmarkt square in the...
Dresden, Germany
Candles compose an inscription which reads "This town is sick of Nazi's" in Dresden.
Candles compose an inscription which reads "This town is sick of Nazi's" at the Altmarkt square in the eastern German city of Dresden February 13, 2005 on the 60th anniversary of the city's destruction in World War Two. Dresden, untouched by bombing just months before the end of World War Two, was nearly destroyed by two waves of British bombers on the night of Feb. 13, 1945. U.S. planes blasted the city the next day. The official death toll from the raids is put at around 35,000 but many survivors believe the actual number was higher as bodies were reduced to ashes in the ensuing firestorm. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski PK/acm
HERRLISHEIM
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May 05, 2004
Chief Rabbi of France Joseph Sitruk (R), is helped by an unidentified member of the Jewish community...
Herrlisheim, France (French Republic)
CHIEF RABBI OF FRANCE SITRUK ENTERS JEWISH CEMETERY OF HERRLISHEIM.
Chief Rabbi of France Joseph Sitruk (R), is helped by an unidentified member of the Jewish community as he enters the Jewish cemetery of Herrlisheim, May 6, 2004, near a sign desecrated with the slogan "Jews out". Some 127 graves desecrated by vandals with Nazi swastikas and anti-semitic slogans written in German were found last April 30 in this graveyard. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler Pictures of the Year 2004 VK/MAL/CRB
RWANDA
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April 05, 2004
Pictures of killed people donated by survivors are installed on a wall inside the Gisozi memorial in...
Kigali, Rwanda
Pictures of killed people donated by survivors are installed on a wall inside the Gisozi memorial in...
Pictures of killed people donated by survivors are installed on a wall inside the Gisozi memorial in Kigali April 5, 2004 which depicts the country's 1994 genocide in which 800,000 Tutsi and politically moderate Hutus died. Rwandans hungry for justice demanded tougher efforts to track down and punish killers who carried out the 1994 genocide, saying there could be no reconciliation while suspects were still at large. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE IMAGE TAKEN APRIL 5, 2004
RWANDA
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April 03, 2004
A Rwandan worker wipes as he cleans a mass grave outside the church in Nyanza, Rwanda April 4, 2004....
NYANZA, Rwanda
Rwandan worker cleans a mass grave outside the church in Rwanda
A Rwandan worker wipes as he cleans a mass grave outside the church in Nyanza, Rwanda April 4, 2004. Vowing never again, Rwandans began a week of commemoration on Sunday for the estimated 800,000 people killed a decade ago in 100 days of genocide that the outside world did little to prevent. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE IMAGE TAKEN APRIL 4, 2004
ATTACK ANNIVERSARY
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September 11, 2002
Having gathered from their construction site, workers sing the American
National Anthem after a moment...
New York, United States of America
CONSTRUCTION WORKERS SING AMERICAN NATIONAL ANTHEM.
Having gathered from their construction site, workers sing the American
National Anthem after a moment of silence honoring the victims of the
World Trade Center Attacks in New York, September 11, 2002. New York
is marking the first anniversary of the attack on the World Trade
Center. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE


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YEAREND PICTURES
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September 10, 2002
A man shows his emotion during a minute's silence to mark the first
anniversary of the September 11...
London, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A man shows his emotion during a minute's silence to mark the first
anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, outside a
remembrance service at London's St Paul's Catherdral on September 11,
2002. Britain's Prince Charles and Prime Minister Tony Blair were part
of the congregation of 2000, which also included friends and relatives
of those who died. REUTERS/Dan Chung

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BOSNIA WEST BANK
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April 09, 2002
Rasim Kadic, head of Bosnia's Liberal Democratic Party, places a board
reading Ramallah over the board...
Sarajevo, Bosnia
BOSNIANS EXPRESS SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINIANS.
Rasim Kadic, head of Bosnia's Liberal Democratic Party, places a board
reading Ramallah over the board reading Canton Sarajevo at the entrance
into the Bosnian capital April 9, 2002. The party protested against the
Israeli occupation of Palestinian towns, comparing the fate of
Palestinians bombarded by Israeli tanks in the West Bank city of
Ramallah with the fate of Bosnians, mostly Muslims, during the 1992-5
siege of Sarajevo in which nearly 12,000 people were killed by Bosnian
Serb forces, of them some 1,300 children. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic
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LIFE TITO
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May 25, 2005
A girl wearing a Tito t-shirt holds an old Yugoslav flag at a commemorative rally in the northern Serb...
Belgrade, Serbia
A girl wearing a Tito t-shirt holds an old Yugoslav flag at a commemorative rally in the ...
A girl wearing a Tito t-shirt holds an old Yugoslav flag at a commemorative rally in the northern Serb town of Subotica. A girl wearing a Tito t-shirt holds an old Yugoslav flag at a commemorative rally in the northern Serb town of Subotica, some 200 km (124.3 miles) north of Belgrade, May 25, 2005 on the occasion of the late Marshall Josip Broz Tito's birthday. Nostalgia for lost Yugoslavia and affection for its long dead leader brought together people across the former socialist federation on Wednesday. REUTERS/Goran Sivacki
SERBIAMONTENEGRO  KOSOVO
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February 26, 2003
More than 50,000 Kosovo Albanians gather to protest against the arrest
of Fatmir Limaj, an ex-top Kosovo...
Pristina, Kosovo
KOSOVO ALBANIANS PROTEST OVER HAGUE TRIBUNAL ARREST IN PRISTINA.
More than 50,000 Kosovo Albanians gather to protest against the arrest
of Fatmir Limaj, an ex-top Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) commander in
the capital of Pristina, February 26, 2003. The International Criminal
Tribunal for Yugoslavia indicted four former members of the KLA for war
crimes Committed between May and July 1998. All of them are now under
detention. Limaj is still in Slovenia and is expected to be transfered
to the Hague today. REUTERS/Hazir Reka

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SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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March 09, 2005
Ramush Haradinaj (L), who resigned as Kosovo's prime minister on Tuesday, arrives at Pristina airport...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
Kosovo leader departs to stand trial for war crimes.
Ramush Haradinaj (L), who resigned as Kosovo's prime minister on Tuesday, arrives at Pristina airport accompanied by his wife for a flight to the Netherlands where he will stand in a trial for war crimes, March 9, 2005. The 36-year-old is the most senior ethnic Albanian former rebel leader to be indicted by the United Nations tribunal for the 1998-99 war against Serb forces. REUTERS//Hazir Reka Pictures of the Year 2005 MR/ABP
YEAREND PICTURES
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March 30, 2002
An international expert searches for evidence in a mass grave near
Sipovo in western Bosnia March 30,...
Sipovo, Bosnia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
An international expert searches for evidence in a mass grave near
Sipovo in western Bosnia March 30, 2002. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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BOSNIA SREBRENICA
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July 09, 2005
Two Bosnian Muslim women cry over a coffin with remains of their relative in a factory hall in Potocari...
Potocari, Bosnia
Two Bosnian Muslim women cry over a coffin with remains of their relative in a ...
Two Bosnian Muslim women cry over a coffin with remains of their relative in a factory hall in Potocari where 610 victims of Srebrenica massacre wait for the funeral. Two Bosnian Muslim women cry over a coffin July 10, 2005 with remains of their relative in a factory hall in Potocari where 610 victims of Srebrenica massacre wait for the funeral. Tens of thousands of family members, foreign dignitaries and guests are expected to attend a ceremony in Srebrenica on July 11 marking the 10th anniversary of the massacre in which Serb forces killed up to 8,000 Muslim men and boys. 610 identified victims will be buried at a memorial cemetery during the ceremony, their bodies found in some 60 mass graves around the town. More than 1,300 Srebrenica victims are already buried there. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
BOSNIA SREBRENICA
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July 05, 2005
Gravestones marked with names of Bosnian Muslims are prepared in a morgue in the central Bosnian town...
Visoko, Bosnia
Gravestones marked with names of Bosnian Muslims are prepared in a morgue in the ...
Gravestones marked with names of Bosnian Muslims are prepared in a morgue in the central Bosnian town of Visoko. Gravestones marked with names of Bosnian Muslims, victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, are prepared in a morgue in the central Bosnian town of Visoko July 6, 2005. Tens of thousands of family members, foreign dignitaries and guests are expected to attend a ceremony in Srebrenica on July 11 marking the 10th anniversary of the massacre in which Serb forces killed up to 8,000 Muslim men and boys. Nearly 600 identified victims will be buried at a memorial cemetery during the ceremony, their bodies found in some 60 mass graves around the town. More than 1,300 Srebrenica victims are already buried there. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the Month July 2005 Pictures of the year 2005
BOSNIA
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April 23, 2005
A supporter of the World War Two Chetnik guerrilla army attends a ceremony in the central Bosnian village...
Petrovo, Bosnia
A supporter of the World War Two Chetnik guerrilla army attends a ceremony in the ...
A supporter of the World War Two Chetnik guerrilla army attends a ceremony in the central Bosnian village of Petrovo. A supporter of the World War Two Chetnik guerrilla army is reflected in a wing mirror as he attends a ceremony in the central Bosnian village of Petrovo April 23, 2005. Chetnik supporters unveiled a plaque on Saturday marking the 64th anniversay of what they say was the start of uprising by the Chetnik movement against Nazis in World War Two. Chetniks, which many in former Yugoslavia remember as backing the ruthless Nazi occupation, fought the Nazis in World War Two - but later changed sides. The original Chetniks were Serb guerrillas who fought in the Balkan Wars and the First World War. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
EUROPE WAR RUSSIA
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May 09, 2005
Russian cadets take part in the military parade on Red Square in Moscow May 9, 2005. Russia marked World...
Moscow, Russia
Russian cadets take part in the military parade on Red Square in Moscow.
Russian cadets take part in the military parade on Red Square in Moscow May 9, 2005. Russia marked World War Two victory with an outpouring of patriotic pride for its huge wartime role and military parades that ignored tensions in relations with its neighbours. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor CVI/JOH/CN
RUSSIA
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November 07, 2002
Russian Communists march with flags to mark Concorde and Reconciliation
day past an advertisement in...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS MARCH ON CONCORDE AND RECONCILATION DAY IN MOSCOW.
Russian Communists march with flags to mark Concorde and Reconciliation
day past an advertisement in Moscow November 7, 2002. Across Russia
thousands gathered on Thursday to march and hold banners on the 85th
Anniversary of the 1917 Bolshevik revolution. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev

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VIETNAM
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April 26, 2005
A Japanese tourist squeezes himself into the Cu Chi tunnel network through a hole camouflaged on the...
Cu Chi, Viet Nam
A Japanese tourist squeezes himself into the Cu Chi tunnel network through a hole camouflaged on ...
A Japanese tourist squeezes himself into the Cu Chi tunnel network through a hole camouflaged on the ground in the jungle of Vietnam. A Japanese tourist squeezes himself into the Cu Chi tunnel network through a hole camouflaged on the ground in the jungle during a guided tour for visitors 70 km (44 miles) from Ho Chi Minh City April 26, 2005. The 200 km (124 miles) underground tunnel network includes sections for living, dining, meeting and fighting and was used during the resistance against the U.S. during the Vietnam War. On April 30, Vietnam will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the end of the war with the United States and its allies which reunified the country under communist rule. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan
KIEV
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May 08, 2005
A historical enthusiast takes part in re-enactment of a World War Two battle near Kiev, May 8, 2005....
Kiev, United Kingdom
Historical enthusiast takes part in re-enactment of a World War Two battle near Kiev.
A historical enthusiast takes part in re-enactment of a World War Two battle near Kiev, May 8, 2005. Ukraine marked the 60th anniversary of the former Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two on Monday. Picture taken May 8, 2005. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich GG/cvi/CN
IRISH
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March 31, 2004
A female model wearing 1912 period dress stands behind frosted glass close to a large model of the Titanic...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A WOMAN WEARING 1912 PERIOD DRESS STANDS BEHIND FROSTED GLASS CLOSE TO A MODEL OF THE TITANIC IN BELFAST....
A female model wearing 1912 period dress stands behind frosted glass close to a large model of the Titanic during the opening of the 'Titanic At Home' exhibition in Robinson's Saloon, Belfast, March 31, 2004. The exhibition is running in conjunction with 'Titanic - The Exhibition: Orlando, Florida'. In the 92nd anniversary of the maiden voyage of the doomed ship, 'Titanic at Home' represents the first time ever that memorabilia from the Orlando exhibition goes on display outside the U.S. REUTERS/Paul McErlane PM/DW
CHINA REDTOURISM
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June 15, 2005
A Chinese woman walks past a window of a shop selling Mao Zedong memorabilia in Beijing June 15, 2005....
Beijing, China
To match feature China-Redtourism.
A Chinese woman walks past a window of a shop selling Mao Zedong memorabilia in Beijing June 15, 2005. China is eager to boost "red tourism" trips to Communist heritage sites, many of them in still-poor rural areas. To match feature China-Redtourism REUTERS/Jason Lee RKR/CCK
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