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ICELAND-ECONOMY/
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February 21, 2013
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the...
Reykjavik, Iceland
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the...
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the town of Keflavik, some 50km (31 miles) south of Reykjavik February 14, 2013. Iceland's biggest IT company CCP is what the island needs to leave its economic crisis behind. It is global, growing and employs hundreds but its tale is also one of frustration that echoes concerns about the country's future. Many expected Iceland's recovery to be stronger given the way smaller economies can bounce from deep recessions. The International Monetary Fund had originally forecast annual growth of around 4.5 percent from 2011-2013. It now is under half that. Picture taken February 14, 2013. To match Analysis ICELAND-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (ICELAND - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ICELAND-ECONOMY/
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February 21, 2013
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the...
Reykjavik, Iceland
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the...
People queue up as they wait for the Family Help project to distribute food aid at a warehouse in the town of Keflavik, some 50km (31 miles) south of Reykjavik February 14, 2013. Iceland's biggest IT company CCP is what the island needs to leave its economic crisis behind. It is global, growing and employs hundreds but its tale is also one of frustration that echoes concerns about the country's future. Many expected Iceland's recovery to be stronger given the way smaller economies can bounce from deep recessions. The International Monetary Fund had originally forecast annual growth of around 4.5 percent from 2011-2013. It now is under half that. Picture taken February 14, 2013. To match Analysis ICELAND-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (ICELAND - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
AUSTRIA/
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June 29, 2012
Ibrahim from Gambia sits in his flat at "Ute Bock House" during its opening in Vienna, June 29, 2012....
Vienna, Austria
Ibrahim from Gambia sits in his flat at "Ute Bock House" during its opening in Vienna
Ibrahim from Gambia sits in his flat at "Ute Bock House" during its opening in Vienna, June 29, 2012. The Ute Bock association offers lodging and food for more than 300 asylum seekers who have no work permit and are not receiving any governmental support. The Ute Bock association also provides medical care, registered addresses and legal advice for asylum seekers while continuing aiding them with the process to attain asylum in Austria. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA/
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September 11, 2010
Kelly Osbourne poses at the "Stand Up To Cancer" television event aimed at raising funds to accelerate...
Culver City, UNITED STATES
Kelly Osbourne poses at the "Stand Up To Cancer" television event aimed at raising funds to accelerate...
Kelly Osbourne poses at the "Stand Up To Cancer" television event aimed at raising funds to accelerate innovative cancer research at the Sony Studios Lot in Culver City, California, September 10, 2010. The one-hour live commercial-free fundraising event was aired across multiple broadcast and cable channels at the same time. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH HEADSHOT)
USA-MEXICO/MICHELLE
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April 14, 2010
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama (L) and Margarita Zavala, the wife of President Felipe Calderon stand...
Mexico City, Mexico
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and Margarita Zavala, stand underneath the Aztec calendar in Mexico City...
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama (L) and Margarita Zavala, the wife of President Felipe Calderon stand underneath the Aztec calendar during a visit to the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City April 14, 2010. Michelle Obama met Zavala on Wednesday in her first solo trip as she sought to trumpet close ties between the neighboring countries as they try to boost trade and fight violent drug cartels. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS)
KOSOVO/
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May 02, 2008
French soldiers of the Kosovo KFOR Forces prepare to unload humanitarian aid at a refugee center in the...
Mitrovica, Kosovo
French soldiers of the Kosovo KFOR Forces prepare to unload humanitarian aid at a refugee center in the...
French soldiers of the Kosovo KFOR Forces prepare to unload humanitarian aid at a refugee center in the northern Kosovo town of Mitrovica May 2, 2008. REUTERS/Nebojsa Markovic (KOSOVO)
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