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AUSTRIA/
RTR2DZ7X
May 16, 2010
A woman poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum...
Vienna, Austria
A woman poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" in Vienna
A woman poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna May 16, 2010. With "Exhibit A", author, director and designer Bailey explores the complexities of post-colonial Africa and puts real people on display in the Vienna Museum of Ethnology to question both our historical and current view of the 'hopeless continent'. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2DZ7P
May 16, 2010
Men pose in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" in front of photographs...
Vienna, Austria
Men pose in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" in Vienna
Men pose in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" in front of photographs of heads of beheaded men at the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna May 16, 2010. With "Exhibit A", author, director and designer Bailey explores the complexities of post-colonial Africa and puts real people on display in the Vienna Museum of Ethnology to question both our historical and current view of the 'hopeless continent'. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2DZ77
May 16, 2010
A man poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum of...
Vienna, Austria
A man poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum of...
A man poses in Brett Bailey's art installation "Exhibit A: German South-West Africa" at the Museum of Ethnology in Vienna May 16, 2010. With "Exhibit A", author, director and designer Bailey explores the complexities of post-colonial Africa and puts real people on display in the Vienna Museum of Ethnology to question both our historical and current view of the 'hopeless continent'. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
SALVADOR/
RTR27N7W
September 10, 2009
The late French filmmaker Christian Poveda's mother, Maria Luisa Poveda (2nd R), sister, Maria Jose Poveda...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Family and friends of the late French filmmaker Christian Poveda take part in a mass held in his honor...
The late French filmmaker Christian Poveda's mother, Maria Luisa Poveda (2nd R), sister, Maria Jose Poveda (L), and family and friends take part in a mass held in his honor in Salvador September 9, 2009. Suspected Salvadorean gang members killed Poveda, whose 2008 film "La Vida Loca" crudely depicts the hopeless lives of members of the infamous Mara 18 street gang. Poveda, 53, was shot on a road 10 miles (16 km) north of the capital of San Salvador, as he drove back from filming in La Campanera, a poor, overcrowded suburb and a Mara 18 stronghold. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (SAN SALVADOR OBITUARY)
SALVADOR/
RTR27N67
September 10, 2009
El Salvador's Archbishop Gregorio Rosa Chavez participates in mass in honor to French filmmaker Christian...
San Salvador, El Salvador
El Salvador's Archbishop Gregorio Rosa Chavez participates in mass in honor to French filmmaker Christian...
El Salvador's Archbishop Gregorio Rosa Chavez participates in mass in honor to French filmmaker Christian Poveda in San Salvador September 9, 2009. Suspected Salvadorean gang members killed Poveda, whose 2008 film "La Vida Loca" crudely depicts the hopeless lives of members of the infamous Mara 18 street gang. Poveda, 53, was shot on a road 10 miles (16 km) north of the capital of San Salvador, as he drove back from filming in La Campanera, a poor, overcrowded suburb and a Mara 18 stronghold. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR CRIME LAW OBITUARY)
SALVADOR/
RTR27N5X
September 10, 2009
The late French filmmaker Christian Poveda's mother, Maria Luisa Poveda (C), and sister, Maria Jose Poveda...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Late French filmmaker Christian Poveda's mother, Maria Luisa Poveda, and sister, Maria Jose Poveda, take...
The late French filmmaker Christian Poveda's mother, Maria Luisa Poveda (C), and sister, Maria Jose Poveda (L), take part in a mass held in his honor in Salvador September 9, 2009. Suspected Salvadorean gang members killed Poveda, whose 2008 film "La Vida Loca" crudely depicts the hopeless lives of members of the infamous Mara 18 street gang. Poveda, 53, was shot on a road 10 miles (16 km) north of the capital of San Salvador, as he drove back from filming in La Campanera, a poor, overcrowded suburb and a Mara 18 stronghold. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR OBITUARY)
SALVADOR-FILMMAKER/
RTR27GMU
September 05, 2009
A man takes a photo of a banner which reads, "Memorial to Christian Poveda, against violence" during...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A man takes a photo of a banner which reads, "Memorial to Christian Poveda, against violence" during...
A man takes a photo of a banner which reads, "Memorial to Christian Poveda, against violence" during a memorial in honour of French filmmaker Christian Poveda at the National Anthropology Museum in San Salvador September 4, 2009. Suspected Salvadorean gang members killed Poveda, whose 2008 film "La Vida Loca" crudely depicts the hopeless lives of members of the infamous Mara 18 street gang, local police said on Wednesday. Poveda, 53, was shot on a road 10 miles (16 km) north of the capital of San Salvador, as he drove back from filming in La Campanera, a poor, overcrowded suburb and a Mara 18 stronghold. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
SALVADOR-FILMMAKER/
RTR27GMQ
September 05, 2009
Musicians play during a memorial in honour of French filmmaker Christian Poveda at the National Anthropology...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Musicians play during a memorial in honour of French filmmaker Christian Poveda at the National Anthropology...
Musicians play during a memorial in honour of French filmmaker Christian Poveda at the National Anthropology Museum in San Salvador September 4, 2009. Suspected Salvadorean gang members killed Poveda, whose 2008 film "La Vida Loca" crudely depicts the hopeless lives of members of the infamous Mara 18 street gang, local police said on Wednesday. Poveda, 53, was shot on a road 10 miles (16 km) north of the capital of San Salvador, as he drove back from filming in La Campanera, a poor, overcrowded suburb and a Mara 18 stronghold. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K17
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (R) greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009....
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (R) greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K15
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (R) greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009....
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (R) greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K10
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009....
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost greets visitors in his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K0U
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost poses in front of his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost poses in front of his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K0P
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (C) speaks to visitors at his tent in Kabul June 11,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost (C) speaks to visitors at his tent in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K0L
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost speaks in his tent during an interview in Kabul June...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost speaks in his tent during an interview in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
RTR24K0I
June 11, 2009
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost speaks in front of his election sign at his tent during...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/
Afghan presidential candidate Ramazan Bashardost speaks in front of his election sign at his tent during an interview in Kabul June 11, 2009. Bashardost lives year-round in a tent opposite parliament and is now mounting a campaign for president that many people consider quixotic and hopeless. But he says he's not the crazy one. It is his former government colleagues who drive fancy imported cars and live in ostentatious mansions paid for with money intended to improve the lives of ordinary Afghans who he says are truly insane. To match Reuters interview AFGHANISTAN-BASHARDOST/ REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD30S
March 22, 2009
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD30Q
March 22, 2009
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal throws flowers to his supporters...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal throws flowers to his supporters during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD2ZY
March 22, 2009
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD2ZW
March 22, 2009
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Supporters of Republican People's Party (CHP) waving party flags during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD2ZV
March 22, 2009
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal addresses people during an election...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal addresses people during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS)
TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
RTXD2ZS
March 22, 2009
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal waves to the crowd during an election...
Yalova, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/
Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal waves to the crowd during an election rally in Yalova March 4, 2009. Party loyalists wave flags and cheer but an air of hopelessness prevails as veteran Turkish opposition leader Deniz Baykal, loser of four national elections, addresses his faithful. Turkey's ruling AK Party expects to retain its 26-point lead in local elections on March 29 partly due to the failings of Baykal and his party, the staunchly secular centre-left CHP, and the widespread feeling that there is no credible opposition. Picture taken March 4, 2009. To match feature TURKEY-OPPOSITION/ REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY POLITICS)
TELEVISION-AMERICANIDOL
RTR22O28
December 17, 2008
British "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell smiles during the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in...
London, United Kingdom
File photo of "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell smiles during the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium...
British "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell smiles during the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in London in this July 1, 2007 file photo. Cowell said on December 17, 2008 that the apparent suicide of a former contestant and obsessed fan forced him to think "long and hard" about his blunt comments to hopeless singers on the show. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files ( BRITAIN )
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGUQ
September 05, 2007
People collect water at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
People collect water at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGUL
September 05, 2007
People read a newspaper at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
People read a newspaper at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGUF
September 05, 2007
Children play amongst ruins at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
Children play amongst ruins at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGTW
September 05, 2007
Horses are fed at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
Horses are fed at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGTT
September 05, 2007
A woman transports water with the help of a wheelbarrow at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1,...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
A woman transports water with the help of a wheelbarrow at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGTL
September 05, 2007
Children stand on a street at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
Children stand on a street at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGTD
September 05, 2007
A man searches for food amongst garbage at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS
A man searches for food amongst garbage at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGTB
September 05, 2007
A bird sits in a cage as people watch on at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS
A bird sits in a cage as people watch on at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ELECTIONS/SLUMS
RTR1TGT5
September 05, 2007
Sheep search for food at a garbage dump at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness...
Casablanca, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS
Sheep search for food at a garbage dump at Duar Skuila slum in Casablanca September 1, 2007. Hopelessness has the Casablanca shanty of Douar Escuela in its grip, Qadi Youssef said, and Friday's parliamentary election will do nothing to bring the jobs it desperately needs. Things have worsened since suicide bombings in March by young men from Douar Escuela, the same slum that was home to some of the Islamist militants who attacked Casablanca in 2003. Picture taken on September 1, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO ELECTIONS/SLUMS REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
SAIGA
RTXO15M
December 09, 2005
Fumiko Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea's human rights, participates at a conference on human...
Seoul, South Korea
Fumiko Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea's human rights, participates at a conference on h.....
Fumiko Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea's human rights, participates at a conference on human rights in North Korea, in Seoul December 9, 2005. [U.S. special envoy for human rights in North Korea Jay Lefkowitz called North Korea "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern.]
KOREA NORTH RIGHTS
RTR1AMBE
December 09, 2005
Jay Lefkowitz, U.S. special envoy for North Korean human rights, speaks at a conference on human rights...
Seoul, Korea
Lefkowitz, U.S. special envoy for North Korean human rights, speaks at a conference on human rights in...
Jay Lefkowitz, U.S. special envoy for North Korean human rights, speaks at a conference on human rights in North Korea, in Seoul December 9, 2005. Lefkowitz called the state "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH RIGHTS
RTR1AM13
December 09, 2005
Teruaki Masumoto, Secretary General of Japanese Association of Families Abducted by North Korea, attends...
Seoul, Korea
Japanese Association of Families Abducted by North Korea representative Masumoto attends conference in...
Teruaki Masumoto, Secretary General of Japanese Association of Families Abducted by North Korea, attends a conference on human rights in North Korea, Seoul December 9, 2005. U.S. special envoy for human rights in North Korea Jay Lefkowitz called North Korea "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH RIGHTS
RTR1AM0P
December 09, 2005
Fumiko Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea?s human rights, participates at a conference on human...
Seoul, Korea
Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea?s human rights, participates at a conference on human rights...
Fumiko Saiga, Japan's special envoy on North Korea?s human rights, participates at a conference on human rights in North Korea, in Seoul December 9, 2005. U.S. special envoy for human rights in North Korea Jay Lefkowitz called North Korea "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH RIGHTS
RTR1AM07
December 09, 2005
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Alexander Vershbow participates at a conference on human rights in North...
Seoul, Korea
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Vershbow participates at a conference on human rights in North Korea,...
U.S. ambassador to South Korea Alexander Vershbow participates at a conference on human rights in North Korea, in Seoul December 9, 2005. U.S. special envoy for human rights in North Korea Jay Lefkowitz called North Korea "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH RIGHTS
RTR1ALBU
December 09, 2005
Suzanne Scholte (R), President of the Defence Forum Foundation of the U.S. and Nam Sin-u, a South Korean...
Seoul, Korea
President of Defence Forum Foundation of US Scholte and South Korean activist Nam attend conference in...
Suzanne Scholte (R), President of the Defence Forum Foundation of the U.S. and Nam Sin-u, a South Korean activist for the North Korean Genocide Exhibits, attend a conference on human rights in North Korea, Seoul December 9, 2005. U.S. special envoy for human rights in North Korea Jay Lefkowitz called North Korea "a hidden world of hopelessness and terror" on Friday and said Pyongyang's treatment of its citizens was a global concern. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
GROUP AFRICA SECURITY
RTRF6ZX
June 06, 2005
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast.
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness and poverty drive disillusioned youths into fighting for whoever will offer them what they cannot get elsewhere: money or loot and a sense of purpose. Aid workers say Africa's young - more than half sub-Saharan Africa's population is under 18 - must be given viable alternatives. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/NL
GROUP AFRICA SECURITY
RTRF6Z5
June 06, 2005
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast.
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness and poverty drive disillusioned youths into fighting for whoever will offer them what they cannot get elsewhere: money or loot and a sense of purpose. Aid workers say Africa's young - more than half sub-Saharan Africa's population is under 18 - must be given viable alternatives. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/NL
GROUP AFRICA SECURITY
RTRF6YA
June 06, 2005
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast.
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness and poverty drive disillusioned youths into fighting for whoever will offer them what they cannot get elsewhere: money or loot and a sense of purpose. Aid workers say Africa's young - more than half sub-Saharan Africa's population is under 18 - must be given viable alternatives. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/NL
GROUP AFRICA SECURITY
RTRF6UW
June 06, 2005
A rebel soldier watches a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
A rebel soldier watches a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast.
A rebel soldier watches a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness and poverty drive disillusioned youths into fighting for whoever will offer them what they cannot get elsewhere: money or loot and a sense of purpose. Aid workers say Africa's young - more than half sub-Saharan Africa's population is under 18 - must be given viable alternatives. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/NL
GROUP AFRICA SECURITY
RTRF6U4
June 06, 2005
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast.
Rebels carry out a training exercise near Bouake in central Ivory Coast on June 6, 2005. Hopelessness and poverty drive disillusioned youths into fighting for whoever will offer them what they cannot get elsewhere: money or loot and a sense of purpose. Aid workers say Africa's young - more than half sub-Saharan Africa's population is under 18 - must be given viable alternatives. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/NL
SOMALIA
RTXN32Q
December 05, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- A Somali refugee family stand in the rain in front of their hut December 4, 2004...
Garowe, Somalia
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- A Somali refugee family stand in the rain in front of their hut December 4, 20.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- A Somali refugee family stand in the rain in front of their hut December 4, 2004 during a visit of U.N. emergency relief coordinator [Jan Egeland] near Garowe, central Somalia. [Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said.] Picture taken December 4, 2004.
SOMALIA
RTXN32P
December 05, 2004
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
WAJIID, Somalia
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coord.....
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator [Jan Egeland] during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia on December 5, 2004. [Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said.]
EGELAND
RTXN32O
December 05, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland passes in front armed Somali militiamen who are protecting...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland passes in front armed Somali militiamen who are protec.....
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland passes in front armed Somali militiamen who are protecting his delegation during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia on December 5, 2004. [Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said.]
SOMALIA
RTXN32N
December 05, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland is welcomed by Somali who fled fighting...
Garowe, Somalia
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland is welcomed by Somali who fled f.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC04- U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland is welcomed by Somali who fled fighting in other parts of the country December 4, 2004 near Garowe, central Somalia. [Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said.] Picture taken December 4, 2004.
SOMALIA
RTRHH5L
December 05, 2004
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of UN emergency relief coordinator...
Vajiid, Somalia
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of UN emergency relief ...
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of UN emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland. Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
SOMALIA
RTRHGQM
December 05, 2004
Somali people who fled fighting in other parts of the country address U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
Vajiid, Somalia
Somali refugees address U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland near Garowe, central Somalia.
Somali people who fled fighting in other parts of the country address U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland December 5, 2004 in Vajiid, south central Somalia. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGPO
December 05, 2004
An armed Somali militiaman smiles as he protects the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
Vajiid, Somalia
An armed Somali militiaman smiles as he protects the delegation of U.N. emergency relief ...
An armed Somali militiaman smiles as he protects the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia. An armed Somali militiaman smiles as he protects the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS
SOMALIA
RTRHGPI
December 05, 2004
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland passes in front of armed Somali militiamen in Wajiid, Somalia....
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia on December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGPB
December 05, 2004
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland passes in front of armed Somali militiamen in Wajiid, Somalia....
Armed Somali militiamen ride a vehicle as they protect the delegation of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGP4
December 05, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland passes in front armed Somali militiamen who are protecting...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland passes in front of armed Somali militiamen in Wajiid, Somalia....
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland passes in front armed Somali militiamen who are protecting his delegation during the visit in Wajiid, south central Somalia on December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGOF
December 05, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland takes water from a well built with the help of NGO's in...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland points to a well in Wajiid, Somalia.
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland takes water from a well built with the help of NGO's in Wajiid, south central Somalia December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGO7
December 05, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland points to a well built with the help of NGO's in Wajiid,...
Vajiid, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland points to a well in Wajiid, Somalia.
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland points to a well built with the help of NGO's in Wajiid, south central Somalia December 5, 2004. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGQE
December 04, 2004
Somali people who fled fighting in other parts of the country address U.N. emergency relief coordinator...
Garowe, Somalia
Somali refugees address U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland near Garowe, central Somalia.
Somali people who fled fighting in other parts of the country address U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland December 4, 2004 near Garowe, central Somalia. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. Picture taken December 4, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGPZ
December 04, 2004
A Somali refugee family stand in the rain in front of their hut December 4, 2004 during a visit of U.N....
Garowe, Somalia
A Somali refugee family sit in the rain in front of their hut near Garowe, central Somalia.
A Somali refugee family stand in the rain in front of their hut December 4, 2004 during a visit of U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland near Garowe, central Somalia. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. Picture taken December 4, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGOX
December 04, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland talks with Somali people who fled fighting in other parts...
Garowe, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland talks with Somali refugees near Garowe, central Somalia.
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland talks with Somali people who fled fighting in other parts of the country December 4, 2004 near Garowe, central Somalia. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. Picture taken December 4, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
SOMALIA
RTRHGON
December 04, 2004
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland is welcomed by Somali who fled fighting in other parts...
Garowe, Somalia
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Egeland is welcomed by Somali refugees near Garowe, central Somalia....
U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland is welcomed by Somali who fled fighting in other parts of the country December 4, 2004 near Garowe, central Somalia. Egeland ended a three-day trip to raise awareness on Somalia's problems saying the country's persistent violence drought and stream of refugees have created one of the world's forgotten humanitarian crises. Somalia, plunged into a lawless void of militia warfare since a 1991 coup toppled dictator Mohammed Siad Barre, has long been a black hole for many international donors who consider it "hopeless case of continuous conflict with no end in sight", Egeland said. Picture taken December 4, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti POOL REUTERS RSS/AA
MACEDONIA
RTXLZ9S
May 23, 2003
A gypsy refugee looks through a tent made with tree branches at a makeshift encampment on Macedonia's...
Medzitlia, Macedonia
A gypsy refugee looks through a tent made with tree branches at a makeshift encampment on Macedonia'.....
A gypsy refugee looks through a tent made with tree branches at a makeshift encampment on Macedonia's border with EU-member Greece on May 23, 2003. Some 600 gypsy refugees who fled the Yugoslav province of Kosovo in 1999 are refusing to move from the border in a bid to win entry to Greece and the EU, to end what they say has been four years of neglect and hopelessness in their Macedonian camp. Greece and Macedonian riot police are patrolling the scene.
MACEDONIA GYPSY
RTRO5B3
May 23, 2003
CAPTION CORRECTION: ADDS DATE.

A gypsy refugee family live in a tent made from tree branches at a
makeshift...
Medzitlia, Macedonia
A GYPSY REFUGEE FAMILY LIVE IN ATENT MADE FROM TREE BRANCHES AT
MACEDONIA - GRECE BORDER.
CAPTION CORRECTION: ADDS DATE.

A gypsy refugee family live in a tent made from tree branches at a
makeshift encampment on Macedonia's border with EU-member State Greece,
May 23, 2003. Some 600 gypsy refugees who fled the Yugoslav province of
Kosovo in 1999 are refusing to move from the border in a bid to win
entry to Greece and the EU, to end what they say has been four years of
neglect and hopelessness in their Macedonian camp. Greece and
Macedonian riot police are patrolling the scene.. REUTERS/Ognen
Teofilovski
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