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GOLD-PERU/SWISS-WOMEN
RTS34YTQ
March 06, 2020
Eva Chura and another woman, who are both 'pallaqueras' known as gold pickers, smoke and drink anise...
LA RINCONADA, Peru
The Wider Image: Meet the women who scavenge for gold at the top of the world
Eva Chura and another woman, who are both 'pallaqueras' known as gold pickers, smoke and drink anise while chewing coca leaves, as part of a ritual for searching for gold performed before a shift, in La Rinconada, the Andes, Peru, October 11, 2019. "Sometimes there's gold, other times no. At the moment it's very low," she said. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "WOMEN GOLD PICKERS FEMICIDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
GOLD-PERU/SWISS-WOMEN
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March 06, 2020
Men who work as miners drink anise and chew coca leaves as part of a ritual performed before a shift...
LA RINCONADA, Peru
The Wider Image: Meet the women who scavenge for gold at the top of the world
Men who work as miners drink anise and chew coca leaves as part of a ritual performed before a shift for searching for gold, in La Rinconada, the Andes, Peru, October 9, 2019. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "WOMEN GOLD PICKERS FEMICIDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
GOLD-PERU/SWISS
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March 06, 2020
Artisanal gold miners drink anise and chew coca leaves as part of a ritual before starting work in a...
LA RINCONADA, Peru
Artisanal gold miners drink anise and chew coca leaves as part of a ritual before starting work in a...
Artisanal gold miners drink anise and chew coca leaves as part of a ritual before starting work in a mine in La Rinconada, in the Andes, Peru, October 9, 2019. Picture taken October 9, 2019. REUTERS/Nacho Doce To match Special Report GOLD-PERU/SWISS
VALENTINES-DAY/COUPLES
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February 13, 2018
Tattoo artists, Kathriel Zambrano (L), 23, and Yohanna Gonzalez, 28, pose for a portrait in front of...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Arranged marriage to Facebook: what's your love story?
Tattoo artists, Kathriel Zambrano (L), 23, and Yohanna Gonzalez, 28, pose for a portrait in front of the bar El Molino where they first met, in Caracas, Venezuela, February 9, 2018. Yohanna was working at a bar for an event called InkFest. She was piercing. Meanwhile, Kathriel was being tattooed in front of a stand where she was working. "I didn't give him much attention, because, at the time, I was with another person," said Yohanna. He didn't stop looking at her and tried some pick up lines. "When I saw him, he impressed me because he has very big eyes and the colour was very impressive but nothing else. I left early." One day he texted and asked her what she was doing and if he could go and visit. "He bought me a bottle of anise liquor, but I told him, 'honey, I don't drink, you can buy me a chocolate if you want.' One day she arrived home and "on my bed there was a gift bag in the shape of candy, with a lot of makeup, a necklace and a little book that said, 'do you want to be my girlfriend?' and that's where it started..." They have been together for over five months now. "One day he grabbed me in a queue, and asked me if I really wanted something serious with him, I said yes, I was willing to be with him forever. Then he knelt, gave me a ring and proposed to me. I started laughing a lot because I got very nervous." Now they are engaged. "We have not been together for long time, but we really feel that we know each other all our lives, it was such a brutal chemistry at the beginning that it has been impressive," said Yohanna. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "GLOBAL LOVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F67F
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F67B
September 07, 2017
Bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, are seen at the bottling line of...
Marseille, France
Bottles of Cristal Anisette are seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille...
Bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, are seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F679
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F678
September 07, 2017
An employee displays bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee displays bottles of Cristal Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory...
An employee displays bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F675
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F671
September 07, 2017
A bottle of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, is seen at the bottling line of...
Marseille, France
A bottle of Cristal Anisette is seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille...
A bottle of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, is seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F670
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Crista Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise flavoured alcoholic-free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F66I
September 07, 2017
Bottles caps of Cristal anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the bottling line of...
Marseille, France
Bottles caps of Cristal anisette are seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille...
Bottles caps of Cristal anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F66B
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F66A
September 07, 2017
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic free drink, at the bottling...
Marseille, France
An employee checks bottles of Crista Anisette at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in...
An employee checks bottles of Cristal Anisette, an anise-flavoured alcoholic free drink, at the bottling line of the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F65Q
September 07, 2017
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, and others liquors are seen at the Cristal-Liminana...
Marseille, France
Bottles of Pastis and others liquors are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, and others liquors are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F65N
September 07, 2017
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille,...
Marseille, France
Bottles of Pastis are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTX3F65M
September 07, 2017
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille,...
Marseille, France
Bottles of Pastis are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille
Bottles of Pastis, an anise-flavoured alcoholic drink, are seen at the Cristal-Liminana factory in Marseille, France, September 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTS12XM5
April 19, 2017
Anise, 21, an English teacher from Algeria, rests inside an abandoned railway wagon used as a shelter...
Thessaloniki, Greece
The Wider Image: Migrants ride railroads to seek better future
Anise, 21, an English teacher from Algeria, rests inside an abandoned railway wagon used as a shelter by stranded migrants in the northern city of Thessaloniki, Greece, April 7, 2017. Anise arrived at the Greek island of Chios in October 2016. His application for asylum was rejected. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis SEARCH "TRAINS MIGRANTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
ATHLETICS/
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June 09, 2015
28th SEA Games Singapore 2015 - National Stadium, Singapore - 9/6/15
Athletics - Women's 100m - Final...
Singapore, Singapore
28th SEA Games Singapore 2015
28th SEA Games Singapore 2015 - National Stadium, Singapore - 9/6/15
Athletics - Women's 100m - Final - Philippines' Kayla Anise Richardson celebrates winning
SEAGAMES28
Mandatory Credit: Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee / Action Images via Reuters
SPACE SHUTTLE/
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July 23, 2011
Houston Mayor Anise Parker welcomes home space shuttle Atlantis crewmembers (L-R) Commander Chris Ferguson,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Houston Mayor Anise Parker welcomes home space shuttle Atlantis crewmembers.
Houston Mayor Anise Parker welcomes home space shuttle Atlantis crewmembers (L-R) Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim along with Johnson Space Center Director Mike Coats (L) during a ceremony for the last shuttle crew at Ellington Field in Houston July 22, 2011. REUTERS/Riley Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCI TECH)
USA/
RTR2EYIK
June 10, 2010
Anise Fletcher has her makeup done by a volunteer makeup artist as she prepares for a prom organised...
Denver, UNITED STATES
Fletcher has her makeup done by a volunteer makeup artist as she prepares for a prom organised by The...
Anise Fletcher has her makeup done by a volunteer makeup artist as she prepares for a prom organised by The Children's Hospital for cancer patients, in Denver June 8, 2010. Fletcher went through a 3-and-a-half year treatment after being diagnosed at age 11 with leukaemia. Picture taken June 8, 2010. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZVJ
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccon Mounir El Motassadeq address a news conference following a hearing...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference following a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq, a Moroccan friend of the Sept. 11 hijackers to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZVD
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccon Mounir El Motassadeq address a news conference following a hearing...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference following a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZVC
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccon Mounir El Motassadeq address a news conference following a hearing...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference following a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZV6
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccon Mounir El Motassadeq address a news conference following a hearing...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, address a news conference following a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZUD
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, leave the courtroom during...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq leave courtroom during break in hearing at...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, leave the courtroom during a break in a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ-SENTENCE
RTR1KZUC
January 08, 2007
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, leave the courtroom during...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyers Jacob and Anisic of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq leave courtroom during break in hearing at...
Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (L), lawyers of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, leave the courtroom during a break in a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A German court sentenced El Motassadeq to 15 years in prison on Monday for being an accessory to mass murder. El Motassadeq, a member of a group of radical Arab students in Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks, is one of only two men convicted of involvement in the plot which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KZH8
January 08, 2007
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (C) and his lawyers Udo Jacob (L) and Ladislav Anisic are pictured prior...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan El Motassadeq and his lawyers are pictured prior the trial at a court in Hamburg
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (C) and his lawyers Udo Jacob (L) and Ladislav Anisic are pictured prior the trial at a court in Hamburg, northern Germany, January 8, 2007. A Moroccan friend of the September 11 hijackers appeared in a German court on Monday facing a prison sentence of up to 15 years for being an accessory to mass murder. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KZGX
January 08, 2007
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (C) and his lawyers Udo Jacob (L) and Ladislav Anisic are pictured prior...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan El Motassadeq and his lawyers are pictured prior the trial at a court in Hamburg
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (C) and his lawyers Udo Jacob (L) and Ladislav Anisic are pictured prior the trial at a court in Hamburg, northern Germany, January 8, 2007. A Moroccan friend of the September 11 hijackers appeared in a German court on Monday facing a prison sentence of up to 15 years for being an accessory to mass murder. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KZG2
January 08, 2007
Ladislav Anisic, lawyer of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, arrives for a hearing at a court in Hamburg...
Hamburg, Germany
Lawyer Anisic of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq arrives for hearing at a court in Hamburg
Ladislav Anisic, lawyer of Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq, arrives for a hearing at a court in Hamburg January 8, 2007. A Moroccan friend of the September 11hijackers who was found guilty last year of being an accessory to mass murder is due to be sentenced to up to 15 years in prison by a German court on Monday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KWG3
January 05, 2007
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (2nd L) awaits the start of his hearing beside his lawyers Udo Jacob and...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan friend of Sept. 11 hijackers Mounir El Motassadeq awaits the start of his hearing to decide...
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (2nd L) awaits the start of his hearing beside his lawyers Udo Jacob and Ladislav Anisic (R) and a translator (L) at a court in Hamburg January 5, 2007. Motassadeq, a Moroccan friend of the September 11 hijackers who was found guilty last year of being an accessory to mass murder appeared in a German court on Friday in the first of several hearings to decide his sentence. The Moroccan, a member of a group of radical Arab students in the northern city of Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks in which nearly 3,000 people died, faces up to 15 years in prison. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KWFV
January 05, 2007
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (2nd L) awaits the start of his hearing beside his lawyers Udo Jacob (R)...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan friend of Sept. 11 hijackers Mounir El Motassadeq awaits the start of his hearing to decide...
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq (2nd L) awaits the start of his hearing beside his lawyers Udo Jacob (R) and Ladislav Anisic (2nd R obscured) and a translator at a court in Hamburg January 5, 2007. Motassadeq, a Moroccan friend of the September 11 hijackers who was found guilty last year of being an accessory to mass murder appeared in a German court on Friday in the first of several hearings to decide his sentence. The Moroccan, a member of a group of radical Arab students in the northern city of Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks in which nearly 3,000 people died, faces up to 15 years in prison. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-COURT/MOTASSADEQ
RTR1KWFR
January 05, 2007
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq satnds beside his lawyers Ladislav Anisic (R) and Udo Jacob (2nd R) as...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan friend of Sept. 11 hijackers Mounir El Motassadeq awaits the start of his hearing to decide...
Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq satnds beside his lawyers Ladislav Anisic (R) and Udo Jacob (2nd R) as he awaits the start of his hearing at a court in Hamburg January 5, 2007. Motassadeq, a Moroccan friend of the September 11 hijackers who was found guilty last year of being an accessory to mass murder appeared in a German court on Friday in the first of several hearings to decide his sentence. The Moroccan, a member of a group of radical Arab students in the northern city of Hamburg who organised the 2001 attacks in which nearly 3,000 people died, faces up to 15 years in prison. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
SECURITY GERMANY MOTASSADEQ
RTR1JE35
November 16, 2006
Ladislav Anisic (L) and Udo Jacob, lawyers of Moroccon terror suspect Mounir El Motassadeq wait for a...
Karlsruhe, Germany
Lawyers of El Motassadeq wait for a proclamation of sentence at the German Federal Court in Karlsruhe...
Ladislav Anisic (L) and Udo Jacob, lawyers of Moroccon terror suspect Mounir El Motassadeq wait for a proclamation of sentence at the German Federal Court in Karlsruhe November 16, 2006. Germany's highest court of appeals ruled that El Motassadeq, a friend of the Sept. 11 hijackers was guilty of abetting mass murder and must return to court to receive a new, harsher sentence. El Motassadeq was convicted last year of belonging to a terrorist organisation and given a 7 year jail sentence, but cleared of abetting mass murder. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
SECURITY GERMANY MOTASSADEQ
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February 07, 2006
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and his lawyer Ladislav Anisic (R) leave prison after Motassadeq was released...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and lawyer Anisic leave prison in Hamburg
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and his lawyer Ladislav Anisic (R) leave prison after Motassadeq was released from custody in the northern German town of Hamburg February 7, 2006. Motassadeq, 31, convicted in August of membership in a terrorist organisation and sentenced to seven years in prison, had been friends with three of the Sept. 11, 2001 pilots when they lived in Hamburg. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
SECURITY GERMANY MOTASSADEQ
RTR15YI4
February 07, 2006
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and his lawyer Ladislav Anisic (L) leave prison after Motassadeq was released...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and lawyer Anisic leave prison in Hamburg
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq and his lawyer Ladislav Anisic (L) leave prison after Motassadeq was released from custody in the northern German town of Hamburg February 7, 2006. Motassadeq, 31, convicted in August of membership in a terrorist organisation and sentenced to seven years in prison, had been friends with three of the Sept. 11, 2001 pilots when they lived in Hamburg. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
CHINA
RTR1BIOG
November 18, 2005
Women pluck the stem off star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region...
Gulong, China
Women pluck stem off star anise seeds in Gulong at China's Guangxi
Women pluck the stem off star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region November 18, 2005. Star anise is the main source of an ingredient that goes in Tamiflu, a drug experts think may help slow down a global pandemic of deadly bird flu. Most of the world's star anise comes from China, and most of China's star anise is grown in the hills of Guangxi. Picture taken November 18, 2005. REUTERS/John Ruwitch
CHINA
RTR1BIOB
November 18, 2005
A man shovels star anise seeds into a box for shipment overseas in the townshiop of Gulong, China's southern...
Gulong, China
Man shovels star anise seeds into box in Gulong
A man shovels star anise seeds into a box for shipment overseas in the townshiop of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region November 18, 2005. Star anise is the main source of an ingredient that goes in Tamiflu, a drug experts think may help slow down a global pandemic of deadly bird flu. Most of the world's star anise comes from China, and most of China's star anise is grown in the hills of Guangxi. Picture taken November 18, 2005. REUTERS/John Ruwitch
CHINA
RTR1BINX
November 18, 2005
A man holds out two star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region November...
Gulong, China
Man holds out star anise seeds in Gulong
A man holds out two star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region November 18, 2005. Star anise is the main source of an ingredient that goes in Tamiflu, a drug experts think may help slow down a global pandemic of deadly bird flu. Most of the world's star anise comes from China, and most of China's star anise is grown in the hills of Guangxi. Picture taken November 18, 2005. REUTERS/John Ruwitch
CHINA
RTR1BINU
November 18, 2005
A woman plucks the stem off star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region...
Gulong, China
Woman plucks stem off star anise seeds in Gulong
A woman plucks the stem off star anise seeds in the township of Gulong, China's southern Guangxi region November 18, 2005. Star anise is the main source of an ingredient that goes in Tamiflu, a drug experts think may help slow down a global pandemic of deadly bird flu. Most of the world's star anise comes from China, and most of China's star anise is grown in the hills of Guangxi. Picture taken November 18, 2005. REUTERS/John Ruwitch
SECURITY GERMANY USA
RTRL0RP
August 19, 2005
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq is pictured with his lawyers Jacob and Anisic during a break in proceedings...
Hamburg, Germany
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq is pictured with his lawyers Jacob and Anisic during a break in ...
Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq is pictured with his lawyers Jacob and Anisic during a break in proceedings at the state court of Hamburg. Moroccan Mounir el Motassadeq is pictured with his lawyers Udo Jacob (L) and Ladislav Anisic (R) during a break in proceedings at the state court of Hamburg, northern Germany August 19, 2005. Motassadeq was found guilty of belonging to a terrorist group on Friday and sentenced to seven years in jail by a German court but he was cleared of a charge he aided the Sept. 11 attackers. RUETERS/Heribert Proepper/Pool
YENI RAKI
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March 09, 2005
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in .....
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul March 9, 2005. A Turkish alcohol company on Tuesday ordered the recall of millions of bottles of Turkish liquor as the death toll from a bootleg version of the drink rose to at least 22.[ Galip Yorgancioglu, chief executive of Mey Drinks, said the firm was recalling all 0.7-litre bottles of Tekel brand raki, a popular anise-flavoured drink. Other sizes and brands would remain on shelves. ]
YENI RAKI
RTXNAY6
March 09, 2005
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales...
Istanbul, Turkey
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales.....
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales center in Istanbul March 9, 2005. A Turkish alcohol company on Tuesday ordered the recall of millions of bottles of Turkish liquor as the death toll from a bootleg version of the drink rose to at least 22. [Galip Yorgancioglu, chief executive of Mey Drinks, said the firm was recalling all 0.7-litre bottles of Tekel brand raki, a popular anise-flavoured drink. Other sizes and brands would remain on shelves.]
TURKEY LIQUOR
RTR4GQJ
March 09, 2005
A worker pushes a cart with yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" at a alcohol sales...
Istanbul, Turkey
A worker pushes a cart with yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" at a alcohol ......
A worker pushes a cart with yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul. A worker pushes a cart with yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul March 9, 2005. A Turkish alcohol company on Tuesday ordered the recall of millions of bottles of Turkish liquor as the death toll from a bootleg version of the drink rose to at least 22. Galip Yorgancioglu, chief executive of Mey Drinks, said the firm was recalling all 0.7-litre bottles of Tekel brand raki, a popular anise-flavoured drink. Other sizes and brands would remain on shelves. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY LIQUOR
RTR4GNX
March 09, 2005
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul....
Istanbul, Turkey
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in ......
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul. Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" remain packed at a alcohol sales spot in Istanbul March 9, 2005. A Turkish alcohol company on Tuesday ordered the recall of millions of bottles of Turkish liquor as the death toll from a bootleg version of the drink rose to at least 22. Galip Yorgancioglu, chief executive of Mey Drinks, said the firm was recalling all 0.7-litre bottles of Tekel brand raki, a popular anise-flavoured drink. Other sizes and brands would remain on shelves. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY LIQUOR
RTR4GNN
March 09, 2005
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales...
Istanbul, Turkey
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales...
Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales center in Istanbul. Yellow capped new bottles of Turkish liquor of "Yeni Raki" are loaded into a pick-up outside a sales center in Istanbul March 9, 2005. A Turkish alcohol company on Tuesday ordered the recall of millions of bottles of Turkish liquor as the death toll from a bootleg version of the drink rose to at least 22. Galip Yorgancioglu, chief executive of Mey Drinks, said the firm was recalling all 0.7-litre bottles of Tekel brand raki, a popular anise-flavoured drink. Other sizes and brands would remain on shelves. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
RICARD
RTXKV8E
November 09, 2001
Bottles of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse,...
Toulouse, France
Bottles of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in Tou.....
Bottles of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5°, in 20cl bottles chilled to 4° C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts.
RICARD
RTXKV8D
November 09, 2001
A bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse,...
Toulouse, France
A bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in To.....
A bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5°, in 20cl bottles chilled to 4° C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts.
RICARD
RTXKV8C
November 09, 2001
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, at...
Toulouse, France
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, a.....
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5°, in 20cl bottles chilled to 4° C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts.
RICARD
RTXKV8B
November 09, 2001
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, at...
Toulouse, France
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, a.....
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured aperitif, at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5°, in 20cl bottles chilled to 4° C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts.
FRANCE
RTRP81C
November 09, 2001
Bottles of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured
aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse,...
Toulouse, France
BOTTLES OF "READY-TO-DRINK" PASTIS SEEN ON BAR COUNTER IN TOULOUSE.
Bottles of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured
aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard
beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one partrue Pastis with
five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5deg, in 20cl bottles
chilled to 4deg C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than
the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe
Arles

JPA/JES/AA
FRANCE
RTRP7YN
November 09, 2001
A barmaid opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at...
Toulouse, France
BARMAID OPENS A BOTTLE OF "READY-TO-DRINK" PASTIS IN TOULOUSE.
A barmaid opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod
Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis
with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5deg, in 20cl bottles
chilled to 4deg C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than
the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe
Arles

JPA/JES/AA
FRANCE
RTRP7YF
November 09, 2001
A bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured
aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse,...
Toulouse, France
A BOTTLE OF "READY-TO-DRINK" PASTIS SEEN ON BAR COUNTER IN TOULOUSE.
A bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French anise-flavoured
aperitif, seen at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod Ricard
beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis with five
parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5deg, in 20cl bottles chilled to
4deg C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than the
traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles

JPA/JES/
FRANCE
RTRP7Y4
November 09, 2001
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at...
Toulouse, France
BARTENDER OPENS A BOTTLE OF "READY-TO-DRINK" PASTIS IN TOULOUSE.
A bartender opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod
Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis
with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5deg, in 20cl bottles
chilled to 4deg C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than
the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe
Arles

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