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THAILAND-PROTEST/
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May 22, 2014
Media microphones are placed next to a television broadcasting an address by Thailand's army chief General...
Bangkok, Thailand
Media microphones are placed next to a television broadcasting an address by Thailand's army chief General...
Media microphones are placed next to a television broadcasting an address by Thailand's army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha (C) in Bangkok May 22, 2014. Prayuth seized control of the government in a coup on Thursday, two days after he declared martial law, saying the army had to restore order and push through reforms. Prayuth made the announcement in the television broadcast after a meeting to which he had summoned the rival factions in Thailand's drawn-out political conflict, apparently with the aim of finding a solution to six months of anti-government protests. From left: National police chief Adul Saengsingkaew, Air Chief Marshal Prachin Chantong, Prayuth, Admiral Narong Pipattanasai, and Deputy Supreme Commander General Worapong Sanganetra. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
THAILAND-PROTESTS/MARTIAL
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May 20, 2014
(L-R) Thai Deputy Supreme Commander General Worapong Sanganetra, Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Navy...
Bangkok, Thailand
Thai military officials attend news conference at The Army Club after the army declared martial law nationwide...
(L-R) Thai Deputy Supreme Commander General Worapong Sanganetra, Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Navy Admiral Narong Pipattanasai, Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Army General Prayuth Chan-ocha, Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Air Force Air Chief Marshal Prachin Chantong, and Police Chief Police General Adul Saengsingkaew attend a news conference at The Army Club after the army declared martial law nationwide to restore order, in Bangkok May 20, 2014. Thailand's army declared martial law nationwide on Tuesday to restore order after six months of street protests that have left the country without a proper functioning government, but denied that the surprise move amounted to a military coup. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ARGENTINA/
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February 05, 2011
Paul Eischeid from the U.S. sits inside a police car outside a courthouse in San Isidro, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Paul Eischeid from the U.S. sits inside a police car outside a courthouse in San Isidro, on the outskirts...
Paul Eischeid from the U.S. sits inside a police car outside a courthouse in San Isidro, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires February 4, 2011. Eischeid, who has been described by the U.S. Justice Department as a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, is one of the U.S. Marshals Service's most wanted fugitives, charged with murder and other crimes in Arizona. He was caught on February 3 in Argentina, according a press release by the Argentine Interpol. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
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February 05, 2011
Paul Eischeid from the U.S. sits inside a police car as an Argentine federal agent closes the door outside...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Eischeid from U.S. sits inside police car as Argentine federal agent closes door outside courthouse in...
Paul Eischeid from the U.S. sits inside a police car as an Argentine federal agent closes the door outside a courthouse in San Isidro, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires February 4, 2011. after he was arrested in Buenos Aires. Eischeid, who has been described by the U.S. Justice Department as a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang, is one of the U.S. Marshals Service's most wanted fugitives, charged with murder and other crimes in Arizona. He was caught on February 3 in Argentina, according a press release by the Argentine Interpol. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SRILANKA/
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February 23, 2010
Sri Lanka's Commander of the Navy Vice Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe (L), the Air Force Commander and...
Ganemulla, Sri Lanka
Samarasinghe, Gunathilaka, Rajapaksa, Jayasuriya, Balasuriya, salute during a Commemoration ceremony...
Sri Lanka's Commander of the Navy Vice Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe (L), the Air Force Commander and Chief of Defense Staff Air Marshal Roshan Gunathilaka (2nd L), Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa (C), the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya (2nd R) and the Inspector General of Police Mahinda Balasuriya salute during a Commemoration ceremony of fallen soldiers from the war between the Sri Lankan government and the Tamil Tiger Rebels (LTTE), in Ganemulla, about 30km (19 miles) from Colombo February 23, 2010. The Sri Lankan army defeated the LTTE in May 2009 after a 25-year civil war. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
SRILANKA-WAR/
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February 04, 2009
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (C) inspects a military parade with Army Commander Lieutenant-General...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa inspects a military parade during Independence Day celebrations in Colombo...
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (C) inspects a military parade with Army Commander Lieutenant-General Sarath Fonseka (rear, L-R), Navy Commander Vice Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda, Air Force Commander Air Marshal Roshan Gunatilake and Inspector General of Police Jayantha Wickramaratne during Independence Day celebrations in Colombo February 4, 2009. The United States and Britain urged a temporary ceasefire in Sri Lanka to evacuate casualties and allow relief into the war zone as the island state celebrated independence from colonial ruler Britain on Wednesday. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA-WAR/
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February 04, 2009
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (L-R) sings the national anthem as Air Force Commander Air Marshal...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa sings the national anthem as Air Force Commander Air Marshal Gunatilake...
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (L-R) sings the national anthem as Air Force Commander Air Marshal Roshan Gunatilake and Inspector General of Police Jayantha Wickramaratne salute during Independence Day celebrations in Colombo February 4, 2009. The United States and Britain urged a temporary ceasefire in Sri Lanka to evacuate casualties and allow relief into the war zone as the island state celebrated independence from colonial ruler Britain on Wednesday. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
USA/
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November 17, 2007
Jill Lefranz (R), a Frontier Airlines flight attendant watches fellow flight attendant and Tactical Instructor...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Jill Lefranz (R), a Frontier Airlines flight attendant watches fellow flight attendant and Tactical Instructor Karen Anderson demonstrating strikes against a rubber mannequin during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) REUTERS
USA/
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November 17, 2007
Becky Klatt, a Frontier Airlines flight attendant, practices kicks against a pad during a crew member...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Frontier Airlines flight attendant Klatt practices kicks against a pad during a crew member self-defense...
Becky Klatt, a Frontier Airlines flight attendant, practices kicks against a pad during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crews. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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November 17, 2007
Judy Muguin (L) and Joan Sykes, both Frontier Airlines flight attendants, practice escaping an attacker...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Frontier Airlines flight attendants practice escaping an attacker during a crew member self-defense course...
Judy Muguin (L) and Joan Sykes, both Frontier Airlines flight attendants, practice escaping an attacker during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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November 17, 2007
Lisa Stromberg, a Continental Flight Attendant practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Continental Flight Attendant Stromberg practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight Instructor...
Lisa Stromberg, a Continental Flight Attendant practices throwing off an attacker with Frontier In-Flight Instructor Joshua Smith during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
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November 17, 2007
Assistant instructors Marlena Candelaria (L) and Martin Garland (R) demonstrate how to get free from...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Assistant instructors Candelaria and Garland demonstrate how to get free from an attacker for Frontier...
Assistant instructors Marlena Candelaria (L) and Martin Garland (R) demonstrate how to get free from an attacker, for Frontier Airlines flight attendants during a crew member self-defense course provided by the Federal Air Marshals in Denver, November 16, 2007. The course is required by the airline for all new flight crew. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
SRILANKA/
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February 04, 2007
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapakse (2nd R) stands with military and police officials during Independence...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's President Rajapakse stands with military and police officials during Independence Day celebrations...
Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapakse (2nd R) stands with military and police officials during Independence Day celebrations in Colombo February 4, 2007. Sri Lanka gained independence from the British in 1948. Standing (L-R) are Chief of Defence Staff D. Perera, army commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka, navy commander Vice Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda, Air Marshal W. D. R. M. J Goonetileke, and Inspector-General of Police Victor Perera. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA MILITARY
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December 09, 2005
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L) talks to the media as Inspector General...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Fonseka talks to media during news conference in Colombo...
Sri Lanka's Army Commander Lieutenant General Sarath Fonseka (L) talks to the media as Inspector General of the Police Chandra Fernando (2nd L), Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Daya Sandagiri (2nd R), and Commander of the Air Force Air Marshal Donald Perera listen during a news conference on the prevailing Security situation in the country's North and East in Colombo, Sri Lanka, December 9, 2005. Sri Lanka's armed forces do not expect the island's shaky peace process to collapse into war but were ready for battle and could defeat Tamil Tiger rebels if the need arose, the country's defence chiefs said on Friday. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SECURITY PLANE
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December 07, 2005
Maitland police officers leave the home of Rigoberto Alpizar after speaking with his mother-in-law December...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Maitland police officers leave the home of Alpizar after speaking with his mother-in-law
Maitland police officers leave the home of Rigoberto Alpizar after speaking with his mother-in-law December 7, 2005. U.S. air marshals on Wednesday shot and killed Alpizar, an American Airlines passenger who claimed to be carrying a bomb in his backpack at Miami International Airport. REUTERS/Rick Fowler
SECURITY PLANE
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December 07, 2005
Police officers enter American Airlines Flight 924, a Boeing 757, at Gate 42 of Miami International Airport,...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Police officers enter American Airlines Flight 924 at Gate 42 of Miami International Airport
Police officers enter American Airlines Flight 924, a Boeing 757, at Gate 42 of Miami International Airport, December 7, 2005. An American Airlines passenger who claimed to be carrying a bomb was shot and killed by an air marshal while trying to flee a plane arriving from Medellin, Colombia, at Miami International Airport on Wednesday, U.S. officials said. The passenger was a 44-year-old U.S. citizen, the spokesman said. A law enforcement official said "no device has been located at this time." REUTERS/Carlos Barria
YEAREND PICTURES
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July 23, 2002
Female Pakistani sky marshalls practise their martial arts skills
during a training session in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Female Pakistani sky marshalls practise their martial arts skills
during a training session in Karachi July 24, 2002. Nine Pakistani
women and 50 men completed a 10-week unarmed combat and martial arts
training course earlier this week and will be deployed at airports and
on state-run Pakistan International Airline flights to combat hijacking
and terrorism attempts. Picture taken July 24, 2002. REUTERS/Zahid
Hussein

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INDONESIA
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June 02, 2001
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW CHIEF...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW ...
MILITARY CHIEF WIDODO SALUTES WITH POLICE CHIEF AND OTHER MILITARY LEADERS AT SWEARING IN OF NEW CHIEF SECURITY MINISTER AGUM GUMELA AT PRESIDENTIAL PALACE IN JAKARTA.


Indonesian Military Chief Admiral Widodo (R) salutes with Indonesia's National Police Chief Surojo Bimantoro (2nd from right), Chief of Air Force Field Marshall Hanafie Asnan (L) and Chief of the Marines Field Marshall Indroko at the swearing in ceremony of Indonesia's new Chief Security Minister Agum Gumelar at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta June 2, 2001. President Abdurrahman Whaid sacked his former chief security minister Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono yesterday as he faces impending impeachment hearings after parliament overwhelmingly demanded a special session of the top legislator to review his stumbling 19 month rule.
ELIAN
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April 25, 2000
U.S. Air Force military police officers turn away for a fourth and final time a van filled with the Miami...
Camp Springs, USA
VAN FULL OF MIAMI GONZALEZ RELATIVES TURNED AWAY FROM BASE.
U.S. Air Force military police officers turn away for a fourth and final time a van filled with the Miami relatives of shipwreck survivor Elian Gonzalez as they requested to visit the boy at the main gate of Andrews Air Force Base, April 25. According to representatives of the U.S. Marshalls Service, Elian Gonzalez and his father Juan Miguel Gonzalez had been relocated to an undisclosed location off the base minutes before the attempted visit.

JRB/RCS
WIRANTO
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March 12, 1998
Indonesia's armed forces (ABRI) commander General Wiranto (C) gestures to photographers to stop taking...
Indonesia's armed forces (ABRI) commander General Wiranto (C) gestures to photographers to stop taki.....
Indonesia's armed forces (ABRI) commander General Wiranto (C) gestures to photographers to stop taking pictures following a news conference at the defence department headquarters in Jakarta March 12. (L-R) Air force chief of staff Air Marshal Sutria Tubagus, chief of army staff General Subagio, General Wiranto, Navy chief of staff Admiral Arief Kusharyadi and National police Chief Dibyo Widodo.
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