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USA/
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January 14, 2008 
Actor Wesley Snipes (R) gestures to a supporter while arriving at Federal Court in Ocala, Florida to... 
Ocala, UNITED STATES 
Actor Wesley Snipes gestures to a supporter while arriving at Federal Court in Ocala 
Actor Wesley Snipes (R) gestures to a supporter while arriving at Federal Court in Ocala, Florida to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing a false claim for a $7 million refund January 14, 2008. Snipes is also charged with failing to file tax returns for the six years starting in 1999. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1VSMJ 
January 14, 2008 
Actor Wesley Snipes (C) clasps his hands together as if praying while arriving along with attorney Daniel... 
Ocala, UNITED STATES 
Actor Wesley Snipes clasps his hands as if praying while arriving at US Federal Court in Ocala 
Actor Wesley Snipes (C) clasps his hands together as if praying while arriving along with attorney Daniel Meachum (2nd R) to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing a false claim for a $7 million refund at US Federal Court in Ocala, Florida January 14, 2008. Snipes is also charged with failing to file tax returns for the six years starting in 1999. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1VSLV 
January 14, 2008 
Actor Wesley Snipes (R) arrives to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing... 
Ocala, UNITED STATES 
Actor Wesley Snipes arrives at Federal Court in Ocala 
Actor Wesley Snipes (R) arrives to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing a false claim for a $7 million refund at Federal Court in Ocala, Florida January 14, 2008. Snipes is also charged with failing to file tax returns for the six years starting in 1999. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1VSLR 
January 14, 2008 
Actor Wesley Snipes (L) arrives with attorney Daniel Meachum (R) to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud... 
Ocala, UNITED STATES 
Actor Wesley Snipes arrives at US Federal Court in Ocala 
Actor Wesley Snipes (L) arrives with attorney Daniel Meachum (R) to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing a false claim for a $7 million refund at the U.S. Federal Court in Ocala, Florida January 14, 2008. Snipes is also charged with failing to file tax returns for the six years starting in 1999. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1VSKO 
January 14, 2008 
Actor Wesley Snipes clasps his hands together as he arrives at the U.S. Federal Court to stand trial... 
Ocala, UNITED STATES 
Actor Wesley Snipes clasps his hands together as he arrives at the U.S. Federal Court to stand trial... 
Actor Wesley Snipes clasps his hands together as he arrives at the U.S. Federal Court to stand trial for conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and filing a false claim for a $7 million refund, in Ocala, Florida, January 14, 2008. Snipes is also charged with failing to file tax returns for the six years starting in 1999. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
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April 16, 2007 
A view of an H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. The U.S. internal revenue service has set the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A view of an H&R Block office in Chicago 
A view of an H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. The U.S. internal revenue service has set the deadline for filing tax returns on April 17. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1OPJC 
April 16, 2007 
A man walks past a H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. U.S. internal Revenue service has set... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A man walks past H&R Block office in Chicago 
A man walks past a H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. U.S. internal Revenue service has set the deadline for filing tax returns to April 17. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1OPJB 
April 16, 2007 
Tax specialist Danielle Deutsch (R) advises client Andrew Sanchez in a H&R Block office in Chicago April... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Tax specialist Danielle Deutsch advises client Andrew Sanchez in H&R Block office in Chicago 
Tax specialist Danielle Deutsch (R) advises client Andrew Sanchez in a H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. U.S. internal Revenue service has set the deadline for filing tax returns to April 17. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1OPJ2 
April 16, 2007 
Tax specialist George Klatt (R) advises Joshua Falley in an H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007.... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Tax specialist George Klatt advises Joshua Falley in an H&R Block office in Chicago 
Tax specialist George Klatt (R) advises Joshua Falley in an H&R Block office in Chicago April 16, 2007. U.S. internal Revenue service has set the deadline for filing tax returns to April 17. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1OOMD 
April 16, 2007 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila April 16, 2007.... 
Manila, Philippines 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila April 16, 2007. Monday is the last day to file tax returns for 2006.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1OOMC 
April 16, 2007 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila April 16, 2007.... 
Manila, Philippines 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila 
People line up to file their tax returns outside the Bureau of Internal Revenue in Manila April 16, 2007. Monday is the last day to file tax returns for 2006.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES) 
PEOPLE BLACK
RTR1H4AS 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black (L) leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black (L) leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. The man on the right is unidentified. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
PEOPLE BLACK
RTR1H4AR 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
PEOPLE BLACK
RTR1H4AQ 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H494 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H493 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H48Z 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H48K 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H48J 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTR1H48D 
September 08, 2006 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago 
Conrad Black leaves federal court in Chicago September 8, 2006. Toppled media baron Black on Friday pleaded not guilty in U.S. federal court to a third round of charges accusing him of looting his newspaper properties. Black, 62, and three other former Hollinger Inc executives, were accused last month of underreporting the income of Hollinger International Inc., causing the newspaper holding company to file false income tax returns for 1999 and 2000. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
ECONOMY PHILIPPINES TAX
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April 12, 2006 
Manila residents file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April 12, 2006.... 
Manila, Philippines 
To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax 
Manila residents file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April 12, 2006. Tax evasion has been described as the national sport of the Philippines, where more than two thirds of self-employed people, from hairdressers to doctors, pay less income tax than they should. To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside 
ECONOMY PHILIPPINES TAX
RTR1CFX3 
April 12, 2006 
Manila residents line up to file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April... 
Manila, Philippines 
To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax 
Manila residents line up to file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April 12, 2006. Tax evasion has been described as the national sport of the Philippines, where more than two thirds of self-employed people, from hairdressers to doctors, pay less income tax than they should. To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside 
ECONOMY PHILIPPINES TAX
RTR1CFX2 
April 12, 2006 
Manila residents file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April 12, 2006.... 
Manila, Philippines 
To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax 
Manila residents file their annual tax returns at a government tax office in Quezon City April 12, 2006. Tax evasion has been described as the national sport of the Philippines, where more than two thirds of self-employed people, from hairdressers to doctors, pay less income tax than they should
. To match feature Economy-Philippines-Tax. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside 
RUSSIA KHODORKOVSKI
RTR3VY0 
June 08, 2004 
Russia's richest man Mikhail Khodorkovski listens to journalists' questions during his news conference... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
FILE PHOTO OF RUSSIA'S RICHEST MAN KHODORKOVSKY IN MOSCOW. 
Russia's richest man Mikhail Khodorkovski listens to journalists' questions during his news conference in Moscow, in this October 20, 2003 file photograph. Khodorkovski may learn the date of his trial for fraud and tax evasion on June 8, 2004, when he returns to court for the latest stage of a frequently postponed pre-trial process. PICTURE TAKEN OCTOBER 20, 2003 REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin AS/WS 
BUSH
RTRHI9Y 
April 15, 2004 
U.S. President George W Bush greets U.S. Army military police in Des Moines, Iowa April 15, 2004 before... 
Des Moines, United States of America 
U.S. PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH GREETS TROOPS AT DES MOINES AIRPORT. 
U.S. President George W Bush greets U.S. Army military police in Des Moines, Iowa April 15, 2004 before boarding Air Force One on his return leg to Washington. For the second time since taking office, President Bush marked the April 15 tax-filing deadline in Iowa, a state he is eager to win in November after losing it in the election four years ago. Bush argued that his tax cuts are turning around the economy. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR 
INDONESIA
RTRERC8 
March 09, 2004 
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri looks at her income tax return before filing it at the Department... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
INDONESIAN PRESIDENT MEGAWATI SUKARNOPUTRI FILES HER TAX RETURN IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri looks at her income tax return before filing it at the Department of Taxation in Jakarta, March 9, 2004. In a country where most people do not pay taxes, the Indonesia government is trying to get high profile politicians and businessmen to pay their taxes as an example to others. REUTERS/Crack Pallinggi en/dw 
INDONESIA
RTRERBZ 
March 09, 2004 
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri files her income tax return at the Department of Taxation... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
INDONESIAN PRESIDENT MEGAWATI SUKARNOPUTRI FILES HER INCOME TAX IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri files her income tax return at the Department of Taxation in Jakarta March 9, 2004. In a country where most people do not pay taxes, the Indonesia government is trying to get high profile politicians and businessmen to pay their taxes as an example to others. REUTERS/Crack Pallinggi en/dw/FA 
CRIME RYAN
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December 17, 2003 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he... 
Chicago, United States of America 
US ATTORNEY HIGHLIGHTS COUNTS OF INDICTMENT ON FORMER ILLINOIS GOVERNOR RYAN. 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he highlights some of the counts of an indictment on former Illinois Governor George H. Ryan, during a news conference at the Dirksen Federal building in Chicago, December 17, 2003. Ryan's charges include racketeering, conspiracy, mail and tax fraud, filing a false tax return and others. Looking on is Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins. REUTERS/Frank Polich FJP/HB 
CRIME RYAN
RTR8YEL 
December 17, 2003 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he... 
Chicago, United States of America 
US ATTORNEY HIGHLIGHTS COUNTS OF INDICTMENT ON FORMER ILLINOIS GOVERNOR RYAN. 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he highlights some of the counts of an indictment on former Illinois Governor George H. Ryan, during a news conference at the Dirksen Federal building in Chicago, December 17, 2003. Ryan's charges include racketeering, conspiracy, mail and tax fraud, filing a false tax return and others. Looking on is Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins. REUTERS/Frank Polich FJP/HB 
CRIME RYAN
RTR8YEG 
December 17, 2003 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he... 
Chicago, United States of America 
US ATTORNEY HIGHLIGHTS COUNTS OF INDICTMENT ON FORMER ILLINOIS GOVERNOR RYAN. 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he highlights some of the counts of an indictment on former Illinois Governor George H. Ryan, during a news conference at the Dirksen Federal building in Chicago, December 17, 2003. Ryan's charges include racketeering, conspiracy, mail and tax fraud, filing a false tax return and others. Looking on is Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins. REUTERS/Frank Polich FJP/HB 
CRIME RYAN
RTR8YEA 
December 17, 2003 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he... 
Chicago, United States of America 
US ATTORNEY HIGHLIGHTS COUNTS OF INDICTMENT ON FORMER ILLINOIS GOVERNOR RYAN. 
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald (L), gestures as he highlights some of the counts of an indictment on former Illinois Governor George H. Ryan, during a news conference at the Dirksen Federal building in Chicago, December 17, 2003. Ryan's charges include racketeering, conspiracy, mail and tax fraud, filing a false tax return and others. REUTERS/Frank Polich FJP/HB 
INDIA
RTR3XR4 
September 30, 2003 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
INDIAN TAX PAYERS LINE UP TO SUBMIT THEIR INCOME TAX RETURNS IN NEW
DELHI. 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi September 30, 2003. There are nearly 30
million tax payers in India, which has a population of more than one
billion. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

AH/FA 
INDIA
RTR3XQV 
September 30, 2003 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi,... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
INDIAN TAX PAYERS LINE UP TO SUBMIT THEIR INCOME TAX RETURNS IN NEW
DELHI. 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi, September 30, 2003. There are nearly
30 million tax payers in India, which has a population of more than one
billion. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

AH/FA 
INDIA
RTR3XQO 
September 30, 2003 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi,... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
INDIAN TAX PAYERS LINE UP TO SUBMIT THEIR INCOME TAX RETURNS IN NEW
DELHI. 
Indian tax payers line up to submit their income tax returns on the
last day of filing in New Delhi, September 30, 2003. There are nearly
30 million tax payers in India, which has a population of more than one
billion. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

AH/FA 
GERMANY
RTR1LKI 
August 13, 2003 
German Chancellor Schroeder holds his files as he arrives for the
cabinet meeting in Berlin August 13,... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER HOLDS HIS FILES AS HE ARRIVES FOR A CABINET
MEETING IN BERLIN. 
German Chancellor Schroeder holds his files as he arrives for the
cabinet meeting in Berlin August 13, 2003. Schroeder returned from his
summer break to an autumn of withering criticism and nail-biting
parliamentary votes on his "Agenda 2010" programme to revive the
stagnant German economy. Todays cabinet meeting kicks off the next
phase of his plan to reorganise the unemployment benefit system, reform
local taxation and bring forward billions of euros in tax cuts.
REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

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BUSH
RTXLWGG 
April 15, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush is applauded by the audience as he walks into the Rose Garden before talking... 
Washington, USA 
U.S. President George W. Bush is applauded by the audience as he walks into the Rose Garden before t..... 
U.S. President George W. Bush is applauded by the audience as he walks into the Rose Garden before talking about the economy, April 15, 2003. The president promoted his "jobs and growth" package on the day which is the deadline for Americans to file their federal income tax returns from last year. 
ECONOMY BUSH
RTRLVXF 
April 15, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush walks out of the Oval Office and heads
towards the Rose Garden before... 
Washington, United States of America 
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH WALKS INTO ROSE GARDEN FOR SPEECH. 
U.S. President George W. Bush walks out of the Oval Office and heads
towards the Rose Garden before talking about the economy, April 15,
2003. The President promoted his "jobs and growth" package on the day
which is the deadline for Americans to file their federal income tax
returns from last year. REUTERS/Larry Downing

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ECONOMY BUSH
RTRLVU7 
April 15, 2003 
U.S. President George W. Bush is applauded by the audience as he walks
into the Rose Garden before talking... 
Washington, United States of America 
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH WALKS INTO ROSE GARDEN FOR SPEECH. 
U.S. President George W. Bush is applauded by the audience as he walks
into the Rose Garden before talking about the economy, April 15, 2003.
The president promoted his "jobs and growth" package on the day which
is the deadline for Americans to file their federal income tax returns
from last year.

REUTERS/Larry Downing 
CRIME RYAN
RTR8YI2 
January 10, 2003 
Former Illinois Governor George Ryan, shown here at a January 10, 2003 news conference, has been indicted... 
Chicago, United States of America 
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER ILLINOIS GOVERNOR RYAN. 
Former Illinois Governor George Ryan, shown here at a January 10, 2003 news conference, has been indicted on charges of racketeering, conspiracy, mail and tax fraud, filing a false tax return and other charges, according to United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois Patrick Fitzgerald, who announced the charges at a news conference December 17, 2003. The charges on Ryan go back to when he was Illinois' Secretary of State, before his term as governor. REUTERS/Frank Polich-Files FJP/HB 
TRAFICANT
RTR7RIG 
July 16, 2002 
U.S. Representative James Traficant (D-Oh) testifyies before the House
Committee on Standards of Official... 
Washington, United States of America 
US REPRESENTATIVE TRAFICANT TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON. 
U.S. Representative James Traficant (D-Oh) testifyies before the House
Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, in Washington July 16,
2002. Back on Capitol Hill for the first time since his federal
corruption conviction in April, Traficant is battling for his political
life, even as he mocked a hearing that may lead to his expulsion from
Congress. A House ethics subcommittee presented ten allegations of
misconduct against him that stem from his federal trial, and charges
range from taking bribes and kickbacks to filing false tax returns to
trying to get an employee to destroy evidence. REUTERS/ William
Philpott

WP/GN/HB 
TRAFICANT
RTR7RI2 
July 16, 2002 
U.S. Representative James Traficant (D-Oh) gestures prior to testifying
before the House Committee on... 
Washington, United States of America 
US REPRESENTATIVE TRAFICANT PRIOR TO TESTIFYING BEFORE CONGRESS IN
WASHINGTON. 
U.S. Representative James Traficant (D-Oh) gestures prior to testifying
before the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, in
Washington July 16, 2002. Back on Capitol Hill for the first time since
his federal corruption conviction in April, Traficant is battling for
his political life, even as he mocked a hearing that may lead to his
expulsion from Congress. A House ethics subcommittee presented ten
allegations of misconduct against him that stem from his federal trial,
and charges range from taking bribes and kickbacks to filing false tax
returns to trying to get an employee to destroy evidence. REUTERS/
William Philpott

WP/GN/HB 
PAKISTAN-SHARIF
RTR6K00 
July 22, 2000 
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A Pakistani court July 22 sentenced ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to 14 years'... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
FILE PHOTOGRAPH OF DEPOSED PREMIER NAWAZ SHARIF. 
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A Pakistani court July 22 sentenced ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to 14 years' hard labour after convicting him on corruption charges. The special Accountability Court at Attock Fort also fined Sharif 20 million rupees ($377,000) and barred him from politics for 21 years for failing to declare in his tax return the money used to buy a Russian helicopter for an election campaign. Sharif, who was overthrown last October by army chief General Pervez Musharaf, had boycotted the trial and refused to present any defence.

CC 
INDIA
RTR5TET 
June 30, 2000 
Indian tax payers queue up to file their income tax returns in Bombay, June 30. Thousands of people scrambled... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
TAX PAYERS QUEUE UP TO FILE THEIR RETURNS IN BOMBAY. 
Indian tax payers queue up to file their income tax returns in Bombay, June 30. Thousands of people scrambled to file their returns on Friday, the last day for filing for the financial year 1999-2000. Only two percent of India's billion strong population pay taxes.

SK/DL 
JOSPIN
RTXJLEW 
March 17, 2000 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin holds files during a visit to the Paris book fair March 17. In a... 
Paris, France 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin holds files during a visit to the Paris book fair March 17. In a..... 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin holds files during a visit to the Paris book fair March 17. In a live television interviewon [Thursday, Jospin said money flowing into the state coffers as a result of a strong upturn in the economy would be largely returned to households with cuts of 11 billion francs in income tax for low wage earners and the same amount in residential tax reductions. ] 
FRANCE POLITICS
RTR2B3S 
March 17, 2000 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin holds files during a visit to the Paris book fair March 17. In a... 
Paris, France (French Republic) 
FRENCH PRIME MINISTER LIONEL JOSPIN HOLDS FILES AT PARIS BOOK FAIR. 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin holds files during a visit to the Paris book fair March 17. In a live television interviewon Thursday, Jospin said money flowing into the state coffers as a result of a strong upturn in the economy would be largely returned to households with cuts of 11 billion francs in income tax for low wage earners and the same amount in residential tax reductions.

PW/AA 
PAKISTAN SHARIF
RTR6K0A 
November 26, 1999 
26NOV99 FILE PHOTO - A Pakistani court on Saturday sentenced ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, seen... 
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof 
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER PAKISTANI PRIME MINISTER NAWAZ SHARIF. 
26NOV99 FILE PHOTO - A Pakistani court on Saturday sentenced ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, seen in this November 26, 1999 file photo as he leaves an armoured personnel carrier inside the premises of an anti-terrorist court in Karachi, to 14 years' hard labour. The special Accountability Court at Attock Fort, northwest of the capital Islamabad also fined Sharif 20 million rupees ($377,000) and barred him from politics for 21 years for failing to declare in his tax return the money used to buy a Russian helicopter for an election campaign.

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POLITICS MCDOUGAL
RTRJOO0 
November 23, 1998 
FILE PHOTO 17NOV98 - Defendant Susan McDougal leaves court after closing arguments in her trial in Santa... 
Washington, USA 
FILE PHOTO OF SUSAN MCDOUGAL WHO WAS FOUND NOT GUILTY IN COURT. 
FILE PHOTO 17NOV98 - Defendant Susan McDougal leaves court after closing arguments in her trial in Santa Monica in this November 17 file photo. A jury of nine women and three men Monday found Whitewater figure McDougal not guilty of stealing about $50,000 from conductor Zubin Mehta and his wife Nancy when she worked for them as a bookkeeper. The jury also found her not guilty of forgery and tax evasion and failing to file tax returns. The verdicts were a complete rebuff to prosecutors who originally charged in the 11-week trial that McDougal had stolen a total of $150,000 from the Mehtas in a case which the defense claimed was brought because of pressure from Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr.

HB/SB 
RTRAH1D 
April 30, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 30APR97 - Indonesian President Suharto (L) poses in traditional Javanese dress accompanied... 
Indonesia 
FILE PHOTOGRAPH OF PRESIDENT SUHARTO WITH CHILDREN TOMMY AND SITI HARDIANTI RUKMANA 
FILE PHOTO 30APR97 - Indonesian President Suharto (L) poses in traditional Javanese dress accompanied by his elder daughter Siti Hardianti Rukmana (2nd L) and youngest son, Hutomo Mandala Putra known as "Tommy" in this April 30, 1997 file photo. President Suharto's family businesses were hit by a sweeping International Monetary Fund (IMF) reform package announced January 15. IMF Managing Director Michel Camdesus said all special tax, customs and credit privileges for the controversial Timor national car project of Suharto's youngest son will be immediately revoked and 12 infrastructure projects, a number of which have Suharto family partners, will be shelved. Indonesia was forced to accept a $43 billion rescue package in October in return for sweeping reforms.

INDONESIA FAMILY 
RTR17RG 
January 15, 1997 
FILE PHOTO SEPT96 - Mark Whitacre, former head of Archer Daniel Midland Co.'s BioProducts, who acted... 
UNITED STATES 
FILE PHOTO OF MARK WHITACRE 
FILE PHOTO SEPT96 - Mark Whitacre, former head of Archer Daniel Midland Co.'s BioProducts, who acted as an informant for three years in a U.S. Justice Department price-fixing probe, had a 45-count criminal indictment returned against him January 15. Whitacre was charged with wire fraud, money laundering, forfeiture, conspiracy obstruction of justice and filing false tax returns.

ADM WHITACRE 
MIDEAST
RTXFBHF 
June 20, 1994 
Muhammed Zuhdi Nashashibi (C), the finance minister of the future Palestinian National Authority, checks... 
Muhammed Zuhdi Nashashibi (C), the finance minister of the future Palestinian National Authority, ch..... 
Muhammed Zuhdi Nashashibi (C), the finance minister of the future Palestinian National Authority, checks the income tax files left over from the Israeli occupation in the self-governing area June 20 as Palestinian police look on. Nashashibi is responsible for running Palestinian self-rule finances and vowed on his return to Jericho on Sunday to have the finance and tax departments up and running within a month 
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