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USA/
RTR311HR
April 21, 2012
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi makes its way along a funeral...
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311HM
April 21, 2012
Mary Anne Nappi (2nd L) and her children Nicholas (R) and Catherine receive the helmets of her husband...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Nappi and children receive the helmets of her husband New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi during funeral...
Mary Anne Nappi (2nd L) and her children Nicholas (R) and Catherine receive the helmets of her husband New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi during funeral services in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311HF
April 21, 2012
Mary Anne Nappi (2nd R) and her children Nicholas (3rd R) and Catherine (R) watch as her husband New...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Nappi and her children watch her husband New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi's casket makes its way along...
Mary Anne Nappi (2nd R) and her children Nicholas (3rd R) and Catherine (R) watch as her husband New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi's casket makes its way along a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311HC
April 21, 2012
Mary Anne Nappi and her children Nicholas (L) and Catherine watch a fire truck carrying the remains of...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Nappi and her children watch as a fire truck carrying the remains of her husband New York city firefighter...
Mary Anne Nappi and her children Nicholas (L) and Catherine watch a fire truck carrying the remains of her husband, New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi, make its way along a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311H5
April 21, 2012
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession in New York...
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311H1
April 21, 2012
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession in New York...
The remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi are carried along in a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311GW
April 21, 2012
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma,...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi in New York
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311GT
April 21, 2012
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma,...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi in New York
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311GP
April 21, 2012
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma,...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi in Ronkonkoma
Firefighters participate in funeral services for New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTR311DA
April 21, 2012
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi makes its way along a funeral...
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
USA/
RTR311D9
April 21, 2012
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along...
RONKONKOMA, UNITED STATES
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Nappi makes its way along a funeral...
A fire truck carrying the remains of New York city firefighter Lt. Richard Nappi makes its way along a funeral procession in Ronkonkoma, New York April 21, 2012. Nappi, 47, died from cardiac arrest while fighting a Brooklyn warehouse fire. Since 2009, he was the first fatality for the FDNY. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY)
STORMS-CENTRALAMERICA/
RTXXTFJ
October 16, 2011
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador October 15, 2011....
San Salvador, El Salvador
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador October 15, 2011. Torrential rain in Central America this week that forced thousands to abandon their homes and trapped many more has killed at least 45 people, authorities said on Saturday. In El Salvador, where seven people were killed, President Mauricio Funes declared a state of emergency. REUTERS / Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
GEORGIA/
RTR2S03E
September 29, 2011
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi, September 29, 2011. About 450 children...
Tbilisi, Georgia
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi, September 29, 2011. About 450 children were baptised by the Georgian Orthodox church during a mass baptism ceremony at the country's main cathedral Holy Trinity. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2P41C
July 21, 2011
Veterinary physiotherapist Livia Pereira (R), chiropractor Camila Morandini and acupuncturist Nadja Rocha...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Veterinary physiotherapist Pereira , chiropractor Morandini and acupuncturist Rocha place nappies and...
Veterinary physiotherapist Livia Pereira (R), chiropractor Camila Morandini and acupuncturist Nadja Rocha place nappies and gauzes on the bed of paralyzed lion Ariel at the living room of Pereira's home in Sao Paulo July 20, 2011. Pereira's home has turned into a hospital since the 3-year-old lion started a landmark treatment to cure a rare autoimmune disease which paralyzed his legs about a year ago. Through an internet campaign launched on social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter, owner Raquel Borges has been managing to raise funds to pay for his $11,000 monthly hospital bills. Nearly 60,000 people have clicked on the "like" button on Facebook and hundreds of others made donations to two bank accounts linked to Borges' foundation aimed at helping abandoned animals. The 310-pound (140-kg) lion started limping over one year ago prompting doctors to carryout a surgery to remove a herniated disc which they believed was causing the problem. But the procedure only made things worse and his rear legs were soon paralyzed as well. As Ariel grew weaker, Borges decided to turn to alternative methods such as chiropractic therapy and acupuncture. According to Pereira, head of the team of vets who have been treating the lion, he has so far responded well to the procedures, according an interview with Reuters TV. Picture taken July 20, 2011. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
SEVEN-SAMURAI
RTXVS31
December 16, 2010
Unicharm Corp's President and CEO Takahisa Takahara speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI
Unicharm Corp's President and CEO Takahisa Takahara speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Tokyo November 4, 2010. At breakfast in 2001, a few hours before Takahisa Takahara was to be named the president of Japan's leading nappy and sanitary towel maker Uni-Charm , it wasn't a hearty slap on the back that he got from his father, Keichiro the founder and outgoing boss. Instead, Takahara senior lectured him. Since Uni-Charm had announced his appointment, its share price had slumped by a quarter and the father laid the blame squarely on his inexperienced 39-year-old son. Picture taken November 4, 2010. To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH PROFILE)
SEVEN-SAMURAI
RTXVS2W
December 16, 2010
Unicharm Corp's President and CEO Takahisa Takahara adjusts his tie during an interview with Reuters...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI
Unicharm Corp's President and CEO Takahisa Takahara adjusts his tie during an interview with Reuters at the company headquarters in Tokyo November 4, 2010. At breakfast in 2001, a few hours before Takahisa Takahara was to be named the president of Japan's leading nappy and sanitary towel maker Uni-Charm , it wasn't a hearty slap on the back that he got from his father, Keichiro the founder and outgoing boss. Instead, Takahara senior lectured him. Since Uni-Charm had announced his appointment, its share price had slumped by a quarter and the father laid the blame squarely on his inexperienced 39-year-old son. Picture taken November 4, 2010. To match Special Report SEVEN-SAMURAI REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTXU44G
November 02, 2010
A combination of three pictures shows Michael Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 as he presents...
Frankfurt, Germany
A combination of three pictures shows Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 as he presents...
A combination of three pictures shows Michael Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 as he presents a wig filled with 20 grams of explosives at the AVSEC World 2010 air transport security fair in Frankfurt, November 2, 2010. Schayer and his team showed examples on hidden explosives in nappies, wigs and clothing which were not found due to the wrong training of security personnel at airports. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTXU448
November 02, 2010
Michael Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 presents a wig filled with 20 grams of explosives...
Frankfurt, Germany
Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 presents a wig filled with 20 grams of explosives as...
Michael Schayer from Belgian security company tactical5 presents a wig filled with 20 grams of explosives as he stands in front of a body scanner at the AVSEC World 2010 air transport security fair in Frankfurt, November 2, 2010. Schayer and his team showed examples on hidden explosives in nappies, wigs and clothing which were not found due to the wrong training of security personnel at airports. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GEORGIA/
RTR2GDRK
July 13, 2010
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi, July 13,...
Mtskheta, Georgia
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi, July 13, 2010. About 700 children were baptized by the Georgian Orthodox church during the 12th mass baptism ceremony led by Patriarch Ilia II. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: RELIGION)
CHILE/
RTR25P1N
July 15, 2009
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution...
Valparaiso, Chile
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution...
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution of free morning-after pills to teenagers aged 14 and above, in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 15, 2009. The Chilean congress on Wednesday began a debate on a new bill authorizing the Government to distribute free morning-after pills to teenagers aged 14 and above, a year after the Constitutional Tribunal overruled a decree by President Michelle Bachelet allowing the distribution. The words on their underwear read, "Our rights are not traded." REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY)
PROCTER/
RTXOWGB
May 28, 2009
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products taken May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast...
Alexandria, UNITED STATES
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products taken May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast fiscal 2010 earnings way below Wall Street estimates, as it invests in international markets and new products, but its shares fell only slightly as analysts said the investments were needed for future growth. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
PROCTER/
RTXOWGA
May 28, 2009
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria, May 28,...
Alexandria, UNITED STATES
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria, May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast fiscal 2010 earnings way below Wall Street estimates, as it invests in international markets and new products, but its shares fell only slightly as analysts said the investments were needed for future growth. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTX5NPL
May 13, 2008
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel, a mother of seven, looks at her mother Magdalena (R) changing a...
LEONES, Argentina
Argentine teenager Villarruel looks at her mother changing nappy at her parents' home in Leones
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel, a mother of seven, looks at her mother Magdalena (R) changing a diaper while accompanied by her brother Jose (L) at her parents' home in the town of Leones in Cordoba Province, northern Argentina, May 10, 2008. Pamela, 17, bore all seven children in just three pregnancies, having her first boy in 2005 when she was 14 and the other six girls in two deliveries of triplets in the following two years. Pamela and her children currently sleep in the living room of her mother Magdalena who supports them all by house cleaning. The father of Pamela's first son abandoned them, the father of the first set of triplets was forced out of the house by the family for beating her, and Pamela refuses to identify the father of the more recent triplets. Magdalena requested to have her daughter's fallopian tubes tied to avoid any further pregnancies, but was denied as Argentine law prohibits the procedure to be done on minors. Picture taken May 10, 2008. REUTERS/Carolina Camps (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX5MNA
May 13, 2008
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel changes the nappy of one of her seven children at her parents' home...
LEONES, Argentina
Argentine teenager Villarruel changes the nappy of one of her seven children at her parents' home in...
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel changes the nappy of one of her seven children at her parents' home while her father Jose (C) and brother Alejandro (L) watch in the town of Leones in Cordoba Province, northern Argentina, May 11, 2008. Pamela, 17, bore all seven children in just three pregnancies, having her first boy in 2005 when she was 14 and the other six girls in two deliveries of triplets in the following two years. Pamela and her children currently sleep in the living room of her mother Magdalena who supports them all by house cleaning. The father of Pamela's first son abandoned them, the father of the first set of triplets was forced out of the house by the family for beating her, and Pamela refuses to identify the father of the more recent triplets. Magdalena requested to have her daughter's fallopian tubes tied to avoid any further pregnancies, but was denied as Argentine law prohibits the procedure to be done on minors. Picture taken May 11, 2008. REUTERS/Carolina Camps (ARGENTINA)
HONDURAS/
RTR1Z9CO
April 08, 2008
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for...
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for severe malnutrition after police were tipped off to his condition by neighbors of his family's home in San Pedro Sula, March 8, 2008. Jason, whose eight kg (17.6 lbs.) of weight, which is normal for a two-year-old, is an extreme case in Honduras where nearly 30 percent of all children suffer from malnutrition, according to a report from the United Nations' World Food Programme. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS)
BRAZIL/
RTR1XHCF
February 23, 2008
A girl is helped by her coach she wears her mawashi, or sumo nappy, before competing in the I Copa Sulamerica...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A girl is helped by her coach she wears her mawashi, or sumo nappy, before competing in the I Copa Sulamerica...
A girl is helped by her coach she wears her mawashi, or sumo nappy, before competing in the I Copa Sulamerica of Sumo in Sao Paulo February 23, 2008. About 300 children and youths from South America till the age of 18 took part in the competition. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
VENEZUELA-HOSTAGES/BANK
RTR1WF6Z
January 29, 2008
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de...
ALTRAGRACIA DE ORITUCO, Venezuela
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de...
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de Orituco in the central state of Guarico, some 350 km (217 miles) south from Caracas, January 29, 2008. Armed robbers held more than 30 hostages at a bank in central Venezuela in a standoff with hundreds of police that stretched into a second day on Tuesday with little sign of a breakthrough, officials said. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1VJEL
November 01, 2007
A child sleeps on a makeshift hammock in front of tombs inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial...
Manila, Philippines
Child sleeps on makeshift hammock inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial district of Manila
A child sleeps on a makeshift hammock in front of tombs inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial district of Manila, during All Saints Day November 1, 2007. Millions of Filipinos visit the graves of their loved ones as a way to remember them in this predominantly Catholic country.
REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
BRITAIN-SHIP/
RTR1LHKX
January 22, 2007
A woman and baby sit next to bags of nappies on the beach at Branscombe on the South Devon coast, south-west...
BRANSCOMBE, United Kingdom
A woman and baby sit next to bags of nappies on the beach at Branscombe on the South Devon coast
A woman and baby sit next to bags of nappies on the beach at Branscombe on the South Devon coast, south-west England, in front of the wrecked ship MSC Napoli January 22, 2007.Scores of people flocked to the site of the shipwreck on the southern English coast on Monday to scavenge among its beached containers of cargo which included a BMW motorcycle, shoes and wine, police said. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-SHIP
RTR1LHIK
January 22, 2007
People carry away bags of nappies from the beach at Branscombe on the south Devon coast, in front of...
BRANSCOMBE, United Kingdom
People carry away bags of nappies up the beach at Branscombe on the south Devon coast
People carry away bags of nappies from the beach at Branscombe on the south Devon coast, in front of the wrecked ship MSC Naopli January 22, 2007. Scores of people flocked to the site of the shipwreck on the southern English coast on Monday to scavenge among beached containers of cargo which included a BMW motorcycle, shoes and wine, police said. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
PARAGUAY
RTR1KFY9
December 15, 2006
Paraguayan opposition Senator Alfredo Luis Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Paraguayan opposition Senator Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during a protest in...
Paraguayan opposition Senator Alfredo Luis Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during a protest after the Senate approved more funding than expected for the public health system, in Asuncion December 14, 2006. Senator Jaegli insulted his colleagues that changed their vote on the health budget in response to the pressure put on them by a demonstration of doctors and nurses in front of the Congress. Picture taken December 14, 2006. REUTERS/Ruben Alfonso (PARAGUAY)
SPORT SUMO IRELAND
RTR1IB20
October 14, 2006
Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland and his coach Graham Little look at mirrors after they wear mawashi, or...
SAKAI, Japan
Carroll and his coach Little look at mirrors before a training session for the sumo world championships...
Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland and his coach Graham Little look at mirrors after they wear mawashi, or sumo nappy before a training session for the sumo world championships in Sakai, western Japan October 14, 2006. Madcap Irishman Carroll is battling outrageous odds in his death-defying quest to add sumo glory to his other world title -- in elephant polo. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SPORT SUMO IRELAND
RTR1IB1Z
October 14, 2006
Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland helps his coach Graham Little wear a mawashi, or sumo nappy before a training...
SAKAI, Japan
Carroll helps coach Little wear mawashi before a training session for the sumo world championships in...
Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland helps his coach Graham Little wear a mawashi, or sumo nappy before a training session for the sumo world championships in Sakai, western Japan October 14, 2006. Madcap Irishman Carroll is battling outrageous odds in his death-defying quest to add sumo glory to his other world title -- in elephant polo. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SPORT SUMO IRELAND
RTR1IB1L
October 14, 2006
Coach Graham Little helps Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland as he wears a mawashi, or sumo nappy, before a...
SAKAI, Japan
Carroll of Ireland wears a mawashi or sumo nappy before a training for the sumo world championships in...
Coach Graham Little helps Colin Carroll (R) of Ireland as he wears a mawashi, or sumo nappy, before a training for the sumo world championships in Sakai, western Japan October 14, 2006. Madcap Irishman Carroll is battling outrageous odds in his death-defying quest to add sumo glory to his other world title -- in elephant polo. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
NAPPI
RTXMT4Z
July 25, 2004
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a T-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of...
Forcoli, Italy
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a T-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of.....
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a T-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of Italy's Mr Ciccione (Mr Chubby) contest in Forcoli, central Italy, July 24, 2004. [The chubby contest takes place every year in this Tuscan town near Pisa, gathering fat people from all over Italy. According to the main rule, women participants have to weigh at least 100 kg (220 lbs) while men at least 150 kg (330 lbs). This 2004 title of Mr Chubby was won by 204Kg weight Fabio Teseo.]
FORCOLI
RTR7DQL
July 24, 2004
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a t-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of...
Forcoli, Italy
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk during Italy's Mr. Cicciona Festival in Forcoli.
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a t-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of Italy's Mr. Cicciona contest (Italy's Mr. Chubby) in Forcoli, central Italy, July 24, 2004. The chubby contest takes place every year in this Tuscan town near Pisa, gathering fat people from all over Italy. According to the main rule, women participants have to weigh at least 100 kg (220lbs) while men at least 150 kg (330lbs). REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PP04070098 AMP/CRB
ITALY CHUBBY
RTR7A7M
July 24, 2004
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a T-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of...
Forcoli, Italy
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk during Italy's Mr Ciccione Festival in Forcoli.
Luigi Nappi performs on the catwalk wearing a T-shirt reading 'I'm heavy' during the 16th edition of Italy's Mr Ciccione (Mr Chubby) contest in Forcoli, central Italy, July 24, 2004. The chubby contest takes place every year in this Tuscan town near Pisa, gathering fat people from all over Italy. According to the main rule, women participants have to weigh at least 100 kg (220 lbs) while men at least 150 kg (330 lbs). This 2004 title of Mr Chubby was won by 204Kg weight Fabio Teseo. Picture taken July 24. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico AMP/AA
RTRPKFJ
June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chelly Wright poses like a catwalk model while
draped in the Stars and Stripes...
COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER CHELLY WRIGHT POSES WITH STARS AND STRIPES IN
BAGHDAD DURING USO SHOW.
Country music singer Chelly Wright poses like a catwalk model while
draped in the Stars and Stripes during a USO show in a helicopter
hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of
U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were
entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model
Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO
or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
PXP321
RTRPJSM
June 19, 2003
Country singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden (R) sing backup...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
CHELLY WRIGHT, REBECCA ROMIJN-STAMOS AND LEEANN TWEEDEN SING WHILE
VISITING U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Country singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden (R) sing backup vocals for Kid Rock while visiting U.S.
troops in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June
19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers
serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a
show run by the USO or United Services Organizations. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

CLH/MA
PXP323
RTRPJS6
June 19, 2003
Actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and singer Kid Rock chat on stage while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
KID ROCK AND REBECCA ROMIJN-STAMOS CHAT ON STAGE WHILE VISITING U.S.
TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and singer Kid Rock chat on stage while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international
airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and
soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country
singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy
Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services Organizations.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/MA
PXP322
RTRPJS2
June 19, 2003
Actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos hugs model Leeann Tweeden (R) while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
REBECCA ROMIJN-STAMOS AND LEEANN TWEEDEN HUG WHILE VISITING U.S. TROOPS
IN BAGHDAD.
Actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos hugs model Leeann Tweeden (R) while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international
airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and
soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country
singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy
Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services Organizations.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Kid Rock performs while visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of
Baghdad's international airport...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
KID ROCK SINGS WHILE VISITING U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Kid Rock performs while visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of
Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of U.S.
airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained
by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden
and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO or United
Services Organizations. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Singer Kid Rock signs a compact disc for a U.S. soldier after his
performance in a helicopter hangar...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SINGER KID ROCK SIGNS CD FOR U.S. SOLDIER IN BAGHDAD.
Singer Kid Rock signs a compact disc for a U.S. soldier after his
performance in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport
June 19, 2003 during a USO show. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines,
sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's
band, country singer Chely Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop
group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services
Organizations. REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chely Wright holds the Stars and Stripes during a
USO show in a helicopter hangar...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER CHELY WRIGHT HOLDS THE STARS AND STRIPES IN
BAGHDAD DURING USO SHOW.
Country music singer Chely Wright holds the Stars and Stripes during a
USO show in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June
19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers
serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chely Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a
show run by the USO or United Services Organizations. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Country music artist Chely Wright sings a duet with Kid Rock while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
CHELY WRIGHT AND KID ROCK SING DUET WHILE VISITING U.S. TROOPS IN
BAGHDAD.
Country music artist Chely Wright sings a duet with Kid Rock while
visiting U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international
airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and
soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country
singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy
Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services Organizations.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Singer Kid Rock signs an autograph for a U.S. soldier after his
performance in a helicopter hangar of...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SINGER KID ROCK SIGNS AUTOGRAPH FOR U.S. SOLDIER IN BAGHDAD.
Singer Kid Rock signs an autograph for a U.S. soldier after his
performance in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport
June 19, 2003 during a USO show. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines,
sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's
band, country singer Chely Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop
group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services
Organizations. REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chelly Wright (R) holds up a video camera behind
rapper Scales of the hip hop band...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER CHELLY WRIGHT FILMS RAPPER SCALES IN BAGHDAD.
Country music singer Chelly Wright (R) holds up a video camera behind
rapper Scales of the hip hop band Nappy Roots during a USO show in a
helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq
were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the
USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Female U.S. Army soldiers cheer during a performance by singer Kid Rock
in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
FEMALE U.S. ARMY SOLDIERS CHEER DURING PERFORMANCE BY KID ROCK IN
BAGHDAD.
Female U.S. Army soldiers cheer during a performance by singer Kid Rock
in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19,
2003. Thousands of airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in
Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the
USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
singer Kid Rock holds the Stars and Stripes flag while entertaining
U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SINGER KID ROCK HOLDS STARS AND STRIPES WHILE VISITING U.S. TROOPS IN
BAGHDAD.
singer Kid Rock holds the Stars and Stripes flag while entertaining
U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport
June 19, 2003. Thousands of airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers
serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a
show run by the USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
A U.S. soldier crowd surfs as Kid Rock performs in a helicopter hangar
of Baghdad's international airport...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. SOLDIER CROWD SURFS AS SINGER KID ROCK PERFORMS IN BAGHDAD.
A U.S. soldier crowd surfs as Kid Rock performs in a helicopter hangar
of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003 during a USO show.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq
were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the
USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Model Leeann Tweeden signs autographs while visiting U.S. troops
gathered in a helicopter hangar of...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
MODEL LEEANN TWEEDEN SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS WHILE VISITING U.S. TROOPS IN
BAGHDAD.
Model Leeann Tweeden signs autographs while visiting U.S. troops
gathered in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June
19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers
serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a
show run by the USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Kid Rock launches into a Led Zeppelin cover song while entertaining
U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SINGER KID ROCK ENTERTAINS U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Kid Rock launches into a Led Zeppelin cover song while entertaining
U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport
June 19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers
serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a
show run by the USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Singer Kid Rock entertains U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar of
Baghdad's international airport June...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
SINGER KID ROCK WAVES TO U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD DURING USO SHOW.
Singer Kid Rock entertains U.S. forces in a helicopter hangar of
Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003. Thousands of airmen,
marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid
Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip
hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO or United Services
Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos, waves to U.S. troops during a USO show in a
helicopter hangar of Baghdad's...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
ACTRESS REBECCA ROMIJN STAMOS WAVES TO U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos, waves to U.S. troops during a USO show in a
helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were
entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann
Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO or United
Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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PXP306D
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June 19, 2003
U.S. troops cheer as Kid Rock entertaining them in a helicopter hangar
of Baghdad's international airport...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. TROOPS CHEER AS SINGER KID ROCK ENTERTAINS THEM IN BAGHDAD.
U.S. troops cheer as Kid Rock entertaining them in a helicopter hangar
of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003 during a USO show.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq
were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the
USO or United Services Overseas. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden sing backup...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
CHELLEY WRIGHT, REBECCA ROMIJN STAMOS AND LEEANN TWEEDEN SING BACKUP
VOCALS FOR KID ROCK IN BAGHDAD....
Country music singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden sing backup vocals for Kid Rock during a USO show in a
helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were
entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann
Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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RTRPJMD
June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chelly Wright (L) performs a duet with Kid Rock during
a USO show in a helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER CHELLY WRIGHT PERFORMS DUET WITH KID ROCK IN
BAGHDAD.
Country music singer Chelly Wright (L) performs a duet with Kid Rock during
a USO show in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June
19, 2003. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in
Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

CLH/
PXP312
RTRPJMA
June 19, 2003
Country music singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden sing backup...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
CHELLEY WRIGHT, REBECCA ROMIJN STAMOS AND LEEANN TWEEDEN SING BACKUP
VOCALS FOR KID ROCK IN BAGHDAD....
Country music singer Chelly Wright, actress Rebecca Romijn Stamos and model
Leeann Tweeden sing backup vocals for Kid Rock during a USO show in a
helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003.
Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving in Iraq were
entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright, model Leeann
Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Model Leeann Tweeden winces after being pelted with water by U.S. troops in
a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
MODEL LEEANN TWEEDEN WINCES AFTER BEING HIT WITH WATER WHILE VISITING
U.S. TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Model Leeann Tweeden winces after being pelted with water by U.S. troops in
a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June 19, 2003 during
a USO show. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and soldiers serving
in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer Chelly Wright,
model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show run by the USO.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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June 19, 2003
Singer Big V of the hip hop band Nappy Roots gestures after entertaining
U.S. troops in a helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
HIP HOP SINGER BIG V OF NAPPY ROOTS GESTURES AFTER SHOW FOR U.S.
TROOPS IN BAGHDAD.
Singer Big V of the hip hop band Nappy Roots gestures after entertaining
U.S. troops in a helicopter hangar of Baghdad's international airport June
19, 2003 during a USO show. Thousands of U.S. airmen, marines, sailors and
soldiers serving in Iraq were entertained by Kid Rock's band, country singer
Chelly Wright, model Leeann Tweeden and hip hop group Nappy Roots in a show
run by the USO. REUTERS/Chris Helgren PP03060059

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