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HONGKONG-EXTRADITION/YOUNGPEOPLE
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July 03, 2019
A combination picture shows native Hong Kong resident Roy Lam, 23, who works in HR, and lives with his...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: Frustration of surviving pricey Hong Kong stirs protest anger
A combination picture shows native Hong Kong resident Roy Lam, 23, who works in HR, and lives with his mother and four sisters, posing for a picture in his 7 sq metre bedroom of his family's apartment in Hong Kong, China, June 30, 2019 and pipes on the outside wall of a residential apartment block in Hong Kong, China, June 29, 2019. "We rather lose standing up than lose sitting down," Lam said. He added young people were determined to stand up for what they deserved but it was hard to stay positive. "We do also sometimes think 'let's just give up, let's just move to some place else'." REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "YOUNG HK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SOCCER-WORLD/M01-BRA-CRO
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June 12, 2014
Photographers struggle to get to their positions ahead of the 2014 World Cup opening match between Brazil...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Photographers struggle to get to their positions ahead of the 2014 World Cup opening match between Brazil...
Photographers struggle to get to their positions ahead of the 2014 World Cup opening match between Brazil and Croatia at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo June 12, 2014. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP)
USA IMMIGRATION
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March 29, 2006
California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles Sheriff officers block the entrance to the San Diego Freeway...
Van Nuys, UNITED STATES
California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles Sheriff officers block entrance to San Diego Freeway during...
California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles Sheriff officers block the entrance to the San Diego Freeway to prevent students demonstrating against house bill HR 4437 from taking over the freeway near Van Nuys, California March 28, 2006. About 6,000 students may have taken part in protests against the immigration reform bill on Wednesday, or at least didn't show up for school, according to officials. REUTERS/Gene Blevins
USA IMMIGRATION
RTR17O2V
March 28, 2006
A demonstrator waves the Mexican flag at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Demonstrator waves Mexican flag to protest against immigration law outside Los Angeles City Hall
A demonstrator waves the Mexican flag at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437, which would toughen immigration law in Los Angeles, California March 27, 2006. Hundreds of mostly Latino students blocked two major downtown freeways, chanting in Spanish and waving flags from Mexico and El Salvador. REUTERS/Max Morse
USA IMMIGRATION
RTR17O2U
March 28, 2006
The student demonstrators gather at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437, which...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Student demonstrators protest against immigration law joins crowds in Los Angeles
The student demonstrators gather at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437, which would toughen US immigration laws in Los Angeles, California March 27, 2006. Hundreds of mostly Latino students blocked two major downtown freeways, chanting in Spanish and waving flags from Mexico and El Salvador. REUTERS/Max Morse
USA IMMIGRATION
RTR17O2Q
March 28, 2006
The student demonstrators gather at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437, which...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Student demonstrators gather at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against immigration law in Los Angeles...
The student demonstrators gather at Los Angeles City Hall to protest against house bill HR4437, which would toughen US immigration laws, in Los Angeles, California March 27, 2006. Hundreds of mostly Latino students blocked two major downtown freeways, chanting in Spanish and waving flags from Mexico and El Salvador. REUTERS/Max Morse
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO KOSOVO
RTRE7PF
June 13, 2005
Some 300 Kosovo Serbs block the north side of the Mitrovica bridge, 40 kilometres north of the capital...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
Some 300 Kosovo Serbs block the north side of the Mitrovica bridge.
Some 300 Kosovo Serbs block the north side of the Mitrovica bridge, 40 kilometres north of the capital Pristina, June 13, 2005. A U.N. plan to allow civilian vehicles to cross the bridge for the first time since the 1998-99 fell at the first hurdle on Monday, as Serbs blocked the north side. The bridge spans the Ibar River, which has divided the town's Serbs and Albanians since the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka HR/AA
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO KOSOVO
RTRE7OJ
June 13, 2005
A Kosovo Albanian man on a bike is turned back from the bridge in Mitrovica, 40 kilometres (25 miles)...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
A Kosovo Albanian man on a bike is turned back from the bridge in Mitrovica.
A Kosovo Albanian man on a bike is turned back from the bridge in Mitrovica, 40 kilometres (25 miles) north of the capital Pristina, after hundreds of Serbs on the other side blocked traffic, June 13, 2005. A U.N. plan to allow civilian vehicles to cross the bridge for the first time since the war fell at the first hurdle on Monday, as 300 Serbs blocked the north side. The bridge spans the Ibar River, which has divided the town's Serbs and Albanians since the 1998-99 war. REUTERS/Hazir Reka HR/AA
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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March 06, 2005
An ethnic Albanian man cycles through the snow in the Kosovo capital Pristina, March 6, 2005. The weekend...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
An Albanian man cycles through snow in Pristina.
An ethnic Albanian man cycles through the snow in the Kosovo capital Pristina, March 6, 2005. The weekend saw heavy snow return to the region after a brief respite from a harsh Balkan winter which brought temperatures as low as minus 22. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Hazir Reka HR/ABP
KOSOVO
RTREXD0
November 03, 2004
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina, Kosovo, November 3, 2004....
Pristina, United Kingdom
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina.
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina, Kosovo, November 3, 2004. Ethnic Albanian women blocked a street in the centre of Pristina to call on authorities to resolve the fate of thousands of Kosovo Albanians missing since the 1999 warREUTERS//Hazir Reka HR/WS
KOSOVO
RTREXCO
November 03, 2004
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina, Kosovo, November 3, 2004....
Pristina, United Kingdom
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina.
Ethnic Albanians hold pictures of their relatives during a protest in Pristina, Kosovo, November 3, 2004. Ethnic Albanian women blocked a street in the centre of Pristina to call on authorities to resolve the fate of thousands of Kosovo Albanians missing since the 1999 war. REUTERS//Hazir Reka HR/WS
SPORT SOCCER COPA
RTRTYOP
July 22, 2004
Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar blocks a free kick during a team practice at Alianza Lima stadium, in...
Lima, Peru
Brazlian goalie Julio Cesar in action during practice session ahead of Copa America final in Lima.
Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar blocks a free kick during a team practice at Alianza Lima stadium, in Lima, July 22, 2004. Brazil will play Argentina in the final of the Copa America on July 25. REUTERS/Henry Romero HR/GN
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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March 19, 2004
NATO-led peacekeepers in Kosovo block a main road with razor wire on the outskirts of Pristina to prevent...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
NATO-LED PEACEKEEPERS BLOCK MAIN ROAD WITH RAZOR WIRE ON OUTSKIRTS OF PRISTINA.
NATO-led peacekeepers in Kosovo block a main road with razor wire on the outskirts of Pristina to prevent ethnic Albanians going to the Serb village of Caglavica March 19, 2004. NATO beefed up its peacekeeping force in Kosovo on Friday after two days of ethnic clashes killed 31 Albanians and Serbs in a major blow to Western efforts to bring stability to the Balkans. REUTERS/Hazir Reka HR/GB
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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March 19, 2004
NATO-led troops in Kosovo block the road with APCs on the outskirts of Pristina to prevent ethnic Albanians...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
NATO-LED PEACEKEEPERS BLOCK KOSOVO'S MAIN HIGHWAY.
NATO-led troops in Kosovo block the road with APCs on the outskirts of Pristina to prevent ethnic Albanians going to the Serb village of Caglavica, March 19, 2004. About 300 French troops and gendarmes of NATO's Kosovo peacekeeping force raided Albanian apartment blocks in the flashpoint city of Mitrovica on Friday after apparently coming under fire from the location. REUTERS/Hazir Reka HR/
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
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March 18, 2004
NATO-led peacekeepers throw tear gas to prevent ethnic Albanians to go to Serb village of Caglavica,...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
NATO-LED PEACEKEEPERS BLOCK KOSOVO'S MAIN HIGHWAY.
NATO-led peacekeepers throw tear gas to prevent ethnic Albanians to go to Serb village of Caglavica, March 18, 2004. REUTERS /Hazir Reka HR/ACM
MEXICO VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE
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March 04, 2003
Mexico City's residents gather on March 4, 2003 to touch what they
believe is an image of the Virgin...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICO CITY RESIDENTS GATHERED IN FRONT OF AN IMAGE OF THE VIRGIN OF
GUADALUPE.
Mexico City's residents gather on March 4, 2003 to touch what they
believe is an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe. People from the Olivo
neighborhood, near Mexico City's downtown, spotted the image on the
street's asphalt for the first time on Monday, filling a city block
with flowers and candles and preventing cars from driving through.
REUTERS/Henry Romero

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MEXICO VIRGIN
RTRJCYC
March 04, 2003
Mexico City's residents gather on March 4, 2003 to touch what they
believe is an image of the Virgin...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN RESIDENTS GATHER IN FRONT OF AN IMAGE OF THE VIRGIN OF
GUADALUPE.
Mexico City's residents gather on March 4, 2003 to touch what they
believe is an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe. People from the Olivo
neighborhood, near Mexico City's downtown, spotted the image on the
street's asphalt for the first time on Monday, filling a city block
with flowers and candles and preventing cars from driving through.
REUTERS/Henry Romero

HR
MEXICO INDIGENOUS
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September 09, 2002
A Mexican woman holds upa placard which reads "I don't hear our voice
Supreme Court of the Nation,"...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN WOMAN PROTESTS AGAINST INDIGENOUS RIGHTS LAW.
A Mexican woman holds upa placard which reads "I don't hear our voice
Supreme Court of the Nation," outside the Supreme Court in protest at a
court decision to block objections to a new indigenous rights law,
September 9, 2002. Many indigenous people from around Mexico have
expressed dissatifaction with the legislation and were trying to have
the Supeme Court stop it from being written into law. REUTERS/Henry
Romero REUTERS

HR/SV
MEXICO ELECTION
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July 03, 2000
Mexican women show off their electoral ID's as they block a Mexico City avenue to protest being unable...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN WOMEN BLOCK A MEXICO CITY AVENUE TO PROTEST ELECTION.
Mexican women show off their electoral ID's as they block a Mexico City avenue to protest being unable to vote because of the lack of electoral ballots in polling stations, July 2. Mexicans turned out in large numbers on Sunday to cast ballots in a fiercely contested presidential election that could complete the country's transition from one-party rule to full-fledged democracy.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION
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July 03, 2000
Mexican women show off their electoral ID's as they block a Mexico City avenue to protest being unable...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN WOMEN BLOCK A MEXICO CITY AVENUE TO PROTEST ELECTION.
Mexican women show off their electoral ID's as they block a Mexico City avenue to protest being unable to vote because of the lack of electoral ballots in polling stations, July 2. Mexicans turned out in large numbers on Sunday to cast ballots in a fiercely contested presidential election that could complete the country's transition from one-party rule to full-fledged democracy.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION CHIAPAS
RTR5OGV
June 26, 2000
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas walk...
Amador Hernandez, Mexico
INDIAN REBELS IN ZAPATISTA BALACLAVAS WALK BEHIND MEXICAN SOLDIERS.
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas walk behind helmeted military policeman who carries barbed-wire after blocking the road in the village of Amador Hernandez, June 7. On the eve of the July 2 presidential poll, residents blame the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in power since 1929, for generations of social injustice in Chiapas.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION CHIAPAS
RTR5OGN
June 26, 2000
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas walk behind...
Amador Hernandez, Mexico
INDIAN REBELS IN ZAPATISTA BALACLAVAS WALK BEHIND MEXICAN SOLDIERS IN AMADOR HERNANDEZ.
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas walk behind helmeted military policeman shortly after they blocked the road in the village of Amador Hernandez, June 7. On the eve of the July 2 presidential poll, residents blame the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in power since 1929, for generations of social injustice in Chiapas.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION CHIAPAS
RTR5OGF
June 26, 2000
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas stand nose-to-nose...
Amador Hernandez, Mexico
INDIAN REBELS IN ZAPATISTA BALACLAVAS STAND NOSE-TO-NOSE WITH MEXICAN SOLDIERS.
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian rebels in trademark Zapatista balaclavas stand nose-to-nose with Mexican helmeted military policeman who block the road in the village of Amador Hernandez, June 7. On the eve of the July 2 presidential poll, residents blame the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in power since 1929, for generations of social injustice in Chiapas.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION CHIAPAS
RTR5OG7
June 26, 2000
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - An Indian child in trademark Zapatista balaclava stands protesting...
Amador Hernandez, Mexico
AN INDIAN CHILD IN ZAPATISTA BALACLAVA STAND IN FRONT OF MEXICAN SOLDIERS.
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - An Indian child in trademark Zapatista balaclava stands protesting in front of a barbed-wire fence which blocks the road in the village of Amador Hernandez as helmeted military policemen keep guard, June 7. On the eve of the July 2 presidential poll, residents blame the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in power since 1929, for generations of social injustice in Chiapas.

HR/RCS
MEXICO ELECTION CHIAPAS
RTR5OG0
June 26, 2000
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian women in Zapatista balaclavas stand protesting in...
Amador Hernandez, Mexico
INDIAN WOMEN IN ZAPATISTA BALACLAVAS STAND IN FRONT OF MEXICAN SOLDIERS IN AMADOR HERNANDEZ.
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-ELECTION-CHIAPAS - Indian women in Zapatista balaclavas stand protesting in front of a barbed-wire fence which blocks the road in the village of Amador Hernandez as helmeted military policemen keep guard, June 7. On the eve of the July 2 presidential poll, residents blame the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in power since 1929, for generations of social injustice in Chiapas.

HR/RCS
SPORT SOCCER
RTRTSDL
April 09, 2000
Chilean striker Cristian Montecinos (R) of Necaxa Rayos scores his first goal as Puebla Camoteros defender...
Mexico City, Mexico
NECAXA RAYOS STRIKER MONTESINOS SCORES HIS FIRST GOAL AGAINST PUEBLA CAMOTEROS.
Chilean striker Cristian Montecinos (R) of Necaxa Rayos scores his first goal as Puebla Camoteros defender Joaquin Velazquez tries to block him during their Summer 2000 national league match in Aztec Stadium, April 9. Necaxa tied 2-2 with Puebla.

HR
CUBA BOY USA
RTR672
January 08, 2000
Thousands of Cuban students wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez,...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN STUDENTS WAVE FLAGS DURING A RALLY IN HAVANA.
Thousands of Cuban students wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez, January 8 during a ceremony to attend the official opening of school classes in Havana. Cuba's government heaped scorn and criticism on its Cuban exile foes in Miami for trying to block a decision by U.S. authorities to return shipwreck boy Elian Gonzalez to his father on the island. Castro's government has staged protests around the country since early December.

HR/HB
CUBA BOY USA
RTR66X
January 08, 2000
A Cuban school child waves a flag as while another wears a T-shirt with the image of boat boy Elian Gonzalez,...
Havana, Cuba
A CUBAN SCHOOL CHILD WAVES A FLAG BEHIND A FENCE DURING A RALLY IN HAVANA CITY.
A Cuban school child waves a flag as while another wears a T-shirt with the image of boat boy Elian Gonzalez, January 8 during a ceremony to attend the official opening of school classes in Havana. Cuba's government heaped scorn and criticism on its Cuban exiles foes in Miami for trying to block a decision by U.S. authorities to return shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez to his father on the island. Castro's government has staged protests around the country since early December.

HR/HB
CUBA BOY USA
RTR66S
January 08, 2000
Thousands of Cuban students wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez,...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN STUDENTS WAVE FLAGS IN HAVANA CITY.
Thousands of Cuban students wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez, January 8 during a ceremony to attend the official opening of school classes in Havana. Cuba's government heaped scorn and criticism on its Cuban exile foes in Miami for trying to block a decision by U.S. authorities to return shipwreck boy Elian Gonzalez to his father on the island. Castro's government has staged protests around the country since early December.

HR/HB
CUBA BOY USA
RTR66O
January 08, 2000
Thousands of Cuban schoolchildren wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez,...
Havana, Cuba
THOUSANDS OF CUBAN SCHOOLCHILDREN WAVE FLAGS IN HAVANA.
Thousands of Cuban schoolchildren wave flags as they demand the immediate return of boat boy Elian Gonzalez, January 8 during a ceremony to attend the official opening of school classes in Havana. Cuba's government heaped scorn and criticism on its Cuban exile foes in Miami for trying to block a decision by U.S. authorities to return shipwrecked boy Elian Gonzalez to his father on the island. Castro's government has staged protests around the country since early December.

HR/HB
MEXICO UNIVERSITY
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October 14, 1999
Mexican university students march at a rally through Mexico City's main throughfare as they hold a protest...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MARCH THROUGH MEXICO CITY'S MAIN THOROUGHFARE.
Mexican university students march at a rally through Mexico City's main throughfare as they hold a protest in front of the two biggest Mexico network televisions TV Azteca and Televisa, October 14. Striking students blocked the capital's main ring road as they marched between the headquarters of Mexico's two biggest TV networks to protest against what they call their biased reporting of their strike. Students at the UNAM have been on strike for nearly six months, since its administration tried to introduce an enrollment fee.

HR
RTRGDFU
August 13, 1998
A street vendor sells chewing gum and chocolates to commuters stuck in a massive traffic jam caused by...
Mexico
VENDOR SELLS GUM AND CHOCOLATES AS TAXIS BLOCK ROUTE TO MEXICO CITY.
A street vendor sells chewing gum and chocolates to commuters stuck in a massive traffic jam caused by taxis blocking the capital's northern access routes in protest at unfair competition from unlicensed "pirate" cabs August 13. Millions of Mexico City commuters were stranded by the blockade by more than 40,000 drivers, which lasted about four hours.

HR/ELD/ME
RTRGDFH
August 13, 1998
A trunk blocks a main access thoroughfare to the capital as millions of Mexico City commuters were stranded...
Mexico
A TRUK BLOCKS AN ACCESS ROUTE TO MEXICO CITY.
A trunk blocks a main access thoroughfare to the capital as millions of Mexico City commuters were stranded by taxis blocking the capital's northern access routes in protest at unfair competition from unlicensed "pirate" cabs August 13. The blockade lasted about four hours and many of the commuters couldn't arrive at their jobs.

HR/SV/ME
RTRFSO3
July 23, 1998
FILE PICTURE TAKEN 27APRIL98 - Guatemalan priest Mario Orantes (C) attends the funeral of bishop Juan...
Guatemala
PRIEST MARIO ORANTES ATTENDS THE FUNERAL OF BISHOP JUAN GERARDI.
FILE PICTURE TAKEN 27APRIL98 - Guatemalan priest Mario Orantes (C) attends the funeral of bishop Juan Gerardi on April 27 along with two others unidentified priests. Orantes was arrested in connection with the murder of Bishop Juan Jose Gerardi, who was killed in April by an attacker who crushed his head with a cement block.

EA/HR/WS
RTRFSNX
July 23, 1998
Margarita Lopez (L) is escorted by a policewoman after being arrested as a suspect of the murder of Bishop...
Guatemala
GUATEMALAN COOK LOPEZ IS ESCORTED BY POLICE AFTER BEING ARRESTED.
Margarita Lopez (L) is escorted by a policewoman after being arrested as a suspect of the murder of Bishop Juan Jose Gerardi, who was killed in April by an attacker who crushed his head with a cement block. Lopez was arrested in connection with Guatemalan priest Mario Orantes whom were both at the scene of the crime on April 26.

EA/HR/HB/WS
RTRFSNF
July 23, 1998
Guatemalan Priest Mario Orantes (C) leaves the courthouse as he is arrested by police, July 22 in Guatemala....
Guatemala
PRIEST MARIO ORANTES IS ARRESTED BY POLICE IN GUATEMALA.
Guatemalan Priest Mario Orantes (C) leaves the courthouse as he is arrested by police, July 22 in Guatemala. Orantes was arrested in connection with the murder of Bishop Juan Jose Gerardi, who was killed in April by an attacker who crushed his head with a cement block.

EA/HR/HB/SB
RTRDWCV
May 10, 1998
A Mexican policewoman inspects the baggage of Italian observers at Mexico City's International airport...
Mexico
ITALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS' OBSERVERS LEAVE MEXICO CITY.
A Mexican policewoman inspects the baggage of Italian observers at Mexico City's International airport May 9 as they prepare to leave the country. The Italian human rights observers vowed to block a free trade agreement between Mexico and the European Union, condemned a Mexican government campaign against them and lamented the situation of poverty-stricken Chiapas.

HR/VM/WS
RTRDWCJ
May 10, 1998
A group of Italian observers, some of them blinfolded in protest against the Mexican government's criticism...
Mexico
ITALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS' OBSERVERS LEAVE MEXICO CITY.
A group of Italian observers, some of them blinfolded in protest against the Mexican government's criticism for their visit to the troubled state of Chiapas, prepare to leave the country May 9. The Italians vowed to block a free trade agreement between Mexico and the European Union, and condemned a Mexican government campaign against them. Hundreds of people have been killed in political violence, including 45 Mayan Indian refugees who were gunned down by pro-government paramilitaries on December 22.

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