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KOREA-HOSTAGES/
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September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (R), who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her physician... 
Kim Kyung-ja (R), who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her physician in charge Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
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September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference... 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TF7F 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend... 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEYB 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by her... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja, is helped by her physician in charge, Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam... 
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by her physician in charge Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUR 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Ji-na and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend... 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUP 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend... 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUM 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Ji-na and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend... 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUI 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,... 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUD 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news... 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEUA 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician... 
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician in charge, Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TETL 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na (R), who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban... 
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na (R), who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in Afghanistan, leave after a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TESV 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Ji-na and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in... 
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in Afghanistan, speak at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TEST 
September 04, 2007 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in... 
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in Afghanistan, speak at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC3U 
September 02, 2007 
Freed South Korean hostages are hugged by their family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Freed South Korean hostages are hugged by their family members at a hospital in Anyang 
Freed South Korean hostages are hugged by their family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC3N 
September 02, 2007 
Yoo Kyung-shik (C), one of the freed South Korean hostages, is hugged by his family members at a hospital... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Yoo Kyung-shik, one of the freed South Korean hostages, is hugged by his family members at a hospital... 
Yoo Kyung-shik (C), one of the freed South Korean hostages, is hugged by his family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC35 
September 02, 2007 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A freed South Korean hostage meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC34 
September 02, 2007 
A freed South Korean hostage (L) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A freed South Korean hostage meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang 
A freed South Korean hostage (L) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC33 
September 02, 2007 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A freed South Korean hostage meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her mother at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC32 
September 02, 2007 
A freed South Korean hostage (C) meets her children at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A freed South Korean hostage meets her children at a hospital in Anyang 
A freed South Korean hostage (C) meets her children at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC30 
September 02, 2007 
Freed South Korean hostages (2nd L, 2nd R) hug their family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Freed South Korean hostages hug their family members at a hospital in Anyang 
Freed South Korean hostages (2nd L, 2nd R) hug their family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC2Z 
September 02, 2007 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A freed South Korean hostage meets her family members at a hospital in Anyang 
A freed South Korean hostage (R) meets her family members at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC2W 
September 02, 2007 
One of the freed South Korean hostages, hugs her mother (L) at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
One of the freed South Korean hostages, hugs her mother at a hospital in Anyang 
One of the freed South Korean hostages, hugs her mother (L) at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers, part of a group of 23 missionaries kidnapped in southeast Afghanistan in mid-July, arrived in South Korea on Sunday. The Taliban killed two male hostages, while two women released earlier have already flown home. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA-HOSTAGES/
RTR1TC2E 
September 02, 2007 
One of the freed South Korean hostages hugs her mother (R) at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
One of the freed South Korean hostages hugs her mother at a hospital in Anyang 
One of the freed South Korean hostages hugs her mother (R) at a hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 2, 2007. Nineteen South Korean Christian volunteers held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan for six weeks returned home on Sunday, thanking their government for winning their release. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SECA 
July 31, 2007 
Hospital workers carry the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Hospital workers carry the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, shot dead by Taliban... 
Hospital workers carry the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, to perform an autopsy at a hospital in Anyang, south of Seoul, July 31, 2007. Taliban kidnappers shot dead another male South Korean hostage following Bae on Monday, accusing the Afghan government of not listening to rebel demands for the release of Taliban prisoners. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SDUE 
July 30, 2007 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae, shot dead by... 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, at a hospital in Anyang, south of Seoul, July 30, 2007. The Taliban extended its deadline to 1130 GMT for 22 South Korean hostages they are threatening to kill after an appeal by Afghan negotiators, a Taliban spokesman said, adding all of the remaining captives were alive. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SDUD 
July 30, 2007 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae, shot dead by... 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, at a hospital in Anyang, south of Seoul, July 30, 2007. The Taliban extended its deadline to 1130 GMT for 22 South Korean hostages they are threatening to kill after an appeal by Afghan negotiators, a Taliban spokesman said, adding all of the remaining captives were alive. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SDUB 
July 30, 2007 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae, shot dead by... 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, at a hospital in Anyang, south of Seoul, July 30, 2007. The Taliban extended its deadline to 1130 GMT for 22 South Korean hostages they are threatening to kill after an appeal by Afghan negotiators, a Taliban spokesman said, adding all of the remaining captives were alive. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SDU8 
July 30, 2007 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae, shot dead by... 
Hospital workers carry a coffin containing the body of South Korean Christian pastor Bae Hyung-kyu, 42, shot dead by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, at a hospital in Anyang, south of Seoul, July 30, 2007. The Taliban extended its deadline to 1130 GMT for 22 South Korean hostages they are threatening to kill after an appeal by Afghan negotiators, a Taliban spokesman said, adding all of the remaining captives were alive. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT 
KOREA/
RTR1M47Z 
February 08, 2007 
Charles Lambert (2nd L), deputy undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sits inside a car... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Lambert, deputy undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sits inside an egg-splattered car... 
Charles Lambert (2nd L), deputy undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sits inside a car splattered with eggs thrown by South Korean farmers during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M478 
February 08, 2007 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing... 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 08, 2007 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing... 
A protester lies on a street to block an official's car as police surround him during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
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February 08, 2007 
A protester shouts slogans as he is surrounded by police during a rally opposing free trade agreement... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A protester shouts slogans as he is surrounded by police during a rally opposing FTA talks in Anyang 
A protester shouts slogans as he is surrounded by police during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M46S 
February 08, 2007 
A protester scuffles with police during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A protester scuffles with police during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in... 
A protester scuffles with police during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M46E 
February 08, 2007 
Protesters block an official's car during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Protesters block an official's car during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S.... 
Protesters block an official's car during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M46D 
February 08, 2007 
An arrested protester shouts slogans from a police bus during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA)... 
Anyang, South Korea 
An arrested protester shouts slogans from a police bus during a rally opposing FTA talks between South... 
An arrested protester shouts slogans from a police bus during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M45U 
February 08, 2007 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in Anyang... 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M45S 
February 08, 2007 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in Anyang... 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M45Q 
February 08, 2007 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in Anyang... 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M45P 
February 08, 2007 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in Anyang... 
Police arrest a protester during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 8, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA/
RTR1M2QS 
February 07, 2007 
Protesters set fire to a sign symbolising U.S. beef during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA)... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Protesters set fire to a sign symbolising U.S. beef during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea... 
Protesters set fire to a sign symbolising U.S. beef during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 7, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. The sign reads ""Never import US beef which has med cow disease and dioxin". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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RTR1M2QG 
February 07, 2007 
A protester holds a sign during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea... 
Anyang, South Korea 
A protester holds a sign during a rally opposing FTA talks between South Korea and the U.S. in Anyang... 
A protester holds a sign during a rally opposing free trade agreement (FTA) talks between South Korea and the United States in front of the main office of the National Veterinary Research Quarantine Service in Anyang, 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, February 7, 2007, where both countries held technical consultation for imports of U.S. beef. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
KENYA MANDELA
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October 02, 2005 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi October 2, 2005. Mandela is accompanying... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi October 2, 2005. Mandela is accompanying his wife Graca Machel who is leading the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) -- a instrument voluntarily acceded to by Member States of the African Union as an African self?monitoring mechanism -- in a first review of Kenya's advances and weaknesses. Kenyan minister of planning and national development Peter Anyang' Nyong'o (L) looks on. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
KENYA MANDELA
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October 02, 2005 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi October 2, 2005. Mandela is accompanying... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi 
Nelson Mandela waves to Kenyans upon his arrival in Nairobi October 2, 2005. Mandela is accompanying his wife Graca Machel who is leading the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) -- a instrument voluntarily acceded to by Member States of the African Union as an African self?monitoring mechanism -- in a first review of Kenya's advances and weaknesses. Kenyan minister of planning and national development Peter Anyang' Nyong'o (L) looks on. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
ENERGY KOREA RUNS
RTRFU1H 
June 29, 2005 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation uses phone in front of electronic display showing oil prices... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation uses phone in front of electronic display showing ... 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation uses phone in front of electronic display showing oil prices in Anyang, south of Seoul. An employee of Korea National Oil Corporation uses a cell phone in front of an electronic display showing oil prices at its headquarters in Anyang, south of Seoul, June 29, 2005. South Korea's refineries are expected to increase July crude processing by 7.7 percent compared with June's estimated runs as some maintenance work comes to an end, industry sources said on Wednesday. The characters on the display reads: "oil price". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
ENERGY KOREA RUNS
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June 29, 2005 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation walks by electronic display showing oil prices in Anyang,... 
Anyang, South Korea 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation walks by electronic display showing oil prices in ... 
Employee of Korea National Oil Corporation walks by electronic display showing oil prices in Anyang, south of Seoul. An employee of Korea National Oil Corporation walks by an electronic display showing oil prices at its headquarters in Anyang, south of Seoul, June 29, 2005. South Korea's refineries are expected to increase July crude processing by 7.7 percent compared with June's estimated runs as some maintenance work comes to an end, industry sources said on Wednesday. 
KENYA
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March 11, 2005 
British High Commissioner to Kenya Clay and Kenya's minister for Planning Nyongo hold a copy of the Africa... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
British High Commissioner to Kenya Clay and Kenya's minister for Planning Nyongo hold a copy of the ...... 
British High Commissioner to Kenya Clay and Kenya's minister for Planning Nyongo hold a copy of the Africa Commission report in Kenya capital Nairobi. British High Commissioner to Kenya Sir. Edward Clay (L) and Kenya's minister for Planning and National Development, Peter Anyang' Nyongo hold a copy of the Africa Commission report after a news conference to launch the report in Kenya capital Nairobi, March 11, 2005. An ambitious recovery plan on Friday challenged the rich world to end "appalling" trade protectionism and stump up an extra $25 billion aid a year. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KOREA
RTR7125 
July 21, 2004 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last... 
Anyang, Korea 
Returned South Korean sociologist Song waves next to his wife after release from jail iin Anyang. 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last year after 37 years of exile in Germany, speak to reporters next to his wife Chung Jung-hee after his release from a jail in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, July 21, 2004. Dissident professor Song was released from prison on Wednesday after a court ruled there was no evidence that Song was a member of the North Korean Workers' Party's powerful Politburo, local news said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho KKH/FA 
KOREA
RTR711P 
July 21, 2004 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last... 
Anyang, Korea 
Returned South Korean sociologist Song waves next to his wife after release from jail iin Anyang. 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last year after 37 years of exile in Germany, waves with his wife Chung Jung-hee after his release from a jail in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, July 21, 2004. Dissident professor Song was released from prison on Wednesday after a court ruled there was no evidence that Song was a member of the North Korean Workers' Party's powerful Politburo, local news said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho KKH/FA 
KOREA
RTR710F 
July 21, 2004 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last... 
Anyang, Korea 
Returned South Korean sociologist Song waves next to his wife after release from jail iin Anyang. 
South Korean-born Song Du-yul (L), a sociologist who is now a German citizen and who returned home last year after 37 years of exile in Germany, waves with his wife Chung Jung-hee after his release from a jail in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, July 21, 2004. Dissident professor Song was released from prison on Wednesday after a court ruled there was no evidence that Song was a member of the North Korean Workers' Party's powerful Politburo, local news said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho KKH/FA 
SPORT SOCCER
RTR12N3R 
March 12, 2003 
BEBETO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE IS TACKLED BY
PARK FROM SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG... 
Anyang, Korea - Republic of 
BEBETO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE IS TACKLED BY
PARK FROM SOUTH KOREA'S ... 
BEBETO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE IS TACKLED BY
PARK FROM SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG IN ANYANG. 
SPORT SOCCER
RTR12N3N 
March 12, 2003 
JORGINHO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND WANG OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG CHEETAS... 
Anyang, Korea - Republic of 
JORGINHO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND WANG OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG ... 
JORGINHO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND WANG OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG CHEETAS BATTLE FOR THE BALL IN ANYANG. 
SPORT SOCCER
RTR12N3K 
March 12, 2003 
HUMBERTO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND KIM OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG CHEETAS... 
Anyang, Korea - Republic of 
HUMBERTO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND KIM OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG ... 
HUMBERTO FROM ALL-STAR TEAM OF BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND KIM OF
SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG CHEETAS BATTLE FOR THE BALL IN ANYANG. 
SPORT SOCCER
RTR12N3A 
March 12, 2003 
Joelton (R) of all-star team from Brazilian Rio soccer league
celebrates his goal with Sergio Manoel... 
Anyang, Korea - Republic of 
JOELTON OF ALL-STAR TEAM FROM BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE CELEBRATES
HIS GOAL IN ANYANG. 
Joelton (R) of all-star team from Brazilian Rio soccer league
celebrates his goal with Sergio Manoel during their friendly match in
Anyang, southwest of Seoul March 12, 2003. The Brazilian all-star team
of Rio soccer league defeated South Korea's Anyang LG Cheetas soccer
team 1-0. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

KKH/CP 
SPORT
RTR12N1K 
March 12, 2003 
SERGIO MANOEL OF ALL-STAR TEAM FROM BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND
RICARDO OF SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG... 
Anyang, Korea - Republic of 
SERGIO MANOEL OF ALL-STAR TEAM FROM BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND
RICARDO OF SOUTH KOREA'S ... 
SERGIO MANOEL OF ALL-STAR TEAM FROM BRAZILIAN RIO SOCCER LEAGUE AND
RICARDO OF SOUTH KOREA'S ANYANG LG CHEETAS BATTLE FOR THE BALL IN
ANYANG. 
ZIDANE
RTXLBJJ 
June 09, 2002 
Playmaker Zinedine Zidane of France chases after the ball during a practice session closed to the media... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Playmaker Zinedine Zidane of France chases after the ball during a practice session closed to the me..... 
Playmaker Zinedine Zidane of France chases after the ball during a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang training camp in Seoul June 9 2002. Zidane is recovering from a thigh injury that has prevented him from playing in France's first two matches at the World Cup finals. 
BARTHEZ
RTXLBJH 
June 09, 2002 
France's goalkeeper Fabien Barthez passes a French flag as he leaves the field after a practice session... 
Seoul, South Korea 
France's goalkeeper Fabien Barthez passes a French flag as he leaves the field after a practice sess..... 
France's goalkeeper Fabien Barthez passes a French flag as he leaves the field after a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang training camp in Seoul, June 9, 2002. France's last game in the first round of the World Cup finals is a must-win match against [Denmark] on June 11. 
ZIDANE
RTXLBJG 
June 09, 2002 
France's Zinedine Zidane leaves the field after a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang... 
Seoul, South Korea 
France's Zinedine Zidane leaves the field after a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang..... 
France's Zinedine Zidane leaves the field after a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang training camp in Seoul, June 9 2002. Zidane is recovering from a thigh injury after a friendly game against [Korea.] 
SOCCER
RTXLBJF 
June 09, 2002 
France coach Roger Lemerre (R) talks with captain Marcel Desailly at the end of a practice session closed... 
Seoul, South Korea 
France coach Roger Lemerre (R) talks with captain Marcel Desailly at the end of a practice session c..... 
France coach Roger Lemerre (R) talks with captain Marcel Desailly at the end of a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang training camp in Seoul, June 9 2002. World defending champions France play [Denmark] in a must-win encounter in their final group match. 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWHFI 
June 09, 2002 
France's goalkeeper Fabien Barthez passes a French flag as he leaves
the field after a practice session... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
FABIEN BARTHEZ OF FRANCE LEAVES THE FIELD AFTER TRAINING IN SEOUL. 
France's goalkeeper Fabien Barthez passes a French flag as he leaves
the field after a practice session closed to the media at the Anyang
training camp in Seoul, June 9, 2002. France's last game in the first
round of the World Cup finals is a must-win match against Denmark on
June 11. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

CP/ 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWHE0 
June 09, 2002 
France's Zinedine Zidane leaves the field after a practice session
closed to the media at the Anyang... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
FRANCE'S ZIDANE LEAVES THE FIELD AFTER TRAINING IN SEOUL. 
France's Zinedine Zidane leaves the field after a practice session
closed to the media at the Anyang training camp in Seoul, June 9 2002.
Zidane is recovering from a thigh injury after a friendly game against
Korea. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

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