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SWITZERLAND/
RTR2RZHK 
September 29, 2011 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport September 29, 2011. On October 2, 2001 Switzerland's flag carrier ceased all operations after its banks pulled the plug on the cash-strapped airline. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
SPAIN-ELECTION/PROTESTS
RTR2MX1T 
May 26, 2011 
A demonstrator sleeps next to an ashtray with a sticker that reads "I don't vote" as people camp out... 
Madrid, Spain 
A demonstrator sleeps next to an ashtray with a sticker that reads "I don't vote" as people camp out... 
A demonstrator sleeps next to an ashtray with a sticker that reads "I don't vote" as people camp out at Madrid's Puerta del Sol four days after Spanish regional and local elections May 26, 2011. Tens of thousands of protesters have joined those camped out for the past twelve days to protest against the government's handling of an economic crisis which broke out in 2008. Spain's ruling Socialists reeled on Monday from stinging losses in local elections, and now face a balancing act between voter anger over sky-high unemployment and investor demands for strict austerity measures. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
BRITAIN-SMOKING/
RTR2JO4M 
March 09, 2011 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is seen outside a restaurant, in London March 9, 2011. All shops in England... 
London, United Kingdom 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is seen outside a restaurant in London 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is seen outside a restaurant, in London March 9, 2011. All shops in England will be banned from openly displaying tobacco products by April 2015 as part of a government package of measures to cut smoking. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
SECURITY-GERMANY/
RTXXGXU 
February 04, 2011 
A protestor sits behind a sign that reads "play for the world" during a demonstration while the 47th... 
Munich, Germany 
A protestor uses a Merkel ashtray during a demonstration while the 47th Conference on Security Policy... 
A protestor sits behind a sign that reads "play for the world" during a demonstration while the 47th Conference on Security Policy takes place in Munich February 4, 2011. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
SECURITY-GERMANY/
RTXXGXJ 
February 04, 2011 
A protestor uses an ashtray made as a caricature of German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a demonstration... 
Munich, Germany 
A protestor uses an ashtray made as a caricature of German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a demonstration... 
A protestor uses an ashtray made as a caricature of German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a demonstration while the 47th Conference on Security Policy takes place in Munich February 4, 2011. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-CHINA/
RTXWOP8 
January 17, 2011 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face, in place of the usual image of China's... 
Shanghai, China 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face is seen at a souvenir shop in Shanghai... 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face, in place of the usual image of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong, is seen at a souvenir shop in Shanghai January 17, 2011. Chinese President Hu Jintao visits the United States on Jan. 18-21 for a visit that is being billed as the most important U.S.-China summit since Deng Xiaoping's visit to Washington 30 years ago. Obama and Hu are expected to discuss a wide range of issues, including stability on the Korean peninsula and simmering tensions over a ballooning trade gap. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXWB0X 
January 07, 2011 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that... 
Valencia, Spain 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that... 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that took effect Sunday in Valencia January 7, 2011. The new law prohibits smoking in all enclosed spaces as well as at playgrounds, schools and outside hospitals. The Spanish Socialist government wants to put the country in line with the European Union's strictest anti-smoking nations. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXWB0T 
January 07, 2011 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that... 
Valencia, Spain 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that... 
A cigarette burns in an ashtray at Bar Rodrigo in defiance of the recent Spanish anti-smoking law that took effect Sunday in Valencia January 7, 2011. The new law prohibits smoking in all enclosed spaces as well as at playgrounds, schools and outside hospitals. The Spanish Socialist government wants to put the country in line with the European Union's strictest anti-smoking nations. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXW5RD 
January 02, 2011 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is left outside a bar as patrons mingle inside in Madrid January 2, 2011.... 
Madrid, Spain 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is left outside a bar as patrons mingle inside in Madrid 
An ashtray with cigarette butts is left outside a bar as patrons mingle inside in Madrid January 2, 2011. A new Spanish anti-smoking law takes effect Sunday prohibiting smoking in all enclosed spaces as well as at playgrounds, schools and outside hospitals. The Spanish Socialist government wants to put the country in line with the European Union's strictest anti-smoking nations. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTXW52F 
January 01, 2011 
Cigarette butts are left in an ashtray at Atocha train station in Madrid January 1, 2011. A new Spanish... 
Madrid, Spain 
Cigarette butts are left in an ashtray at Atocha train station in Madrid 
Cigarette butts are left in an ashtray at Atocha train station in Madrid January 1, 2011. A new Spanish anti-smoking law will take effect on January 2 that will prohibit smoking in all enclosed spaces as well outside hospitals, at playgrounds and schools. The Spanish Socialist government wants to put the country in line with the European Union's strictest anti-smoking nations. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
GREECE/
RTXVIXE 
December 08, 2010 
Ashtrays hang from a sign as bar and restaurant owners protest against a smoking ban, outside Greece's... 
Athens, Greece 
Bar and restaurant owners protest against a smoking ban in Athens 
Ashtrays hang from a sign as bar and restaurant owners protest against a smoking ban, outside Greece's Health ministry in Athens December 8, 2010. The owners oppose the ministry's decision to ban smoking in all indoor public places, which was implemented on September 1, saying the measures hurt their revenues. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS HEALTH) 
GREECE-SMOKING/
RTXTK70 
October 18, 2010 
A woman taps her cigarette on an ashtray in a cafe-bar in central Athens, October 18, 2010. Businesses... 
Athens, Greece 
A woman taps her cigarette on an ashtray in a cafe-bar in central Athens 
A woman taps her cigarette on an ashtray in a cafe-bar in central Athens, October 18, 2010. Businesses around Greece have decided to violate a smoking ban and have placed ashtrays back on tables and allow customers to smoke inside, despite the law and heavy fines, saying an economic crisis and smoking ban simultaneously is killing business. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
GREECE-SMOKING/
RTXTK6R 
October 18, 2010 
A man eats behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens, October 18, 2010. Businesses... 
Athens, Greece 
A man eats behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens 
A man eats behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens, October 18, 2010. Businesses around Greece have decided to violate a smoking ban and have placed ashtrays back on tables and allow customers to smoke inside, despite the law and heavy fines, saying an economic crisis and smoking ban simultaneously is killing business. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (Greece - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
GREECE-SMOKING/
RTXTK6P 
October 18, 2010 
A woman smokes a cigarette behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens October 18,... 
Athens, Greece 
A woman smokes a cigarette behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens 
A woman smokes a cigarette behind a smoking ban sign in a restaurant-cafe in central Athens October 18, 2010. Businesses around Greece have decided to violate a smoking ban and have placed ashtrays back on tables and allow customers to smoke inside, despite the law and heavy fines, saying an economic crisis and smoking ban simultaneously is killing business. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (Greece - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
USA-CHINA/
RTXWOEU 
October 15, 2010 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face, in place of the usual image of China's... 
Shanghai, China 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face is seen at a souvenir shop in Shanghai... 
An ashtray bearing an image of U.S. President Barack Obama's face, in place of the usual image of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong, is seen at a souvenir shop in Shanghai January 17, 2011. Chinese President Hu Jintao visits the United States on Jan. 18-21 for a visit that is being billed as the most important U.S.-China summit since Deng Xiaoping's visit to Washington 30 years ago. Obama and Hu are expected to discuss a wide range of issues, including stability on the Korean peninsula and simmering tensions over a ballooning trade gap. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
GREECE/
RTR2HRBX 
August 31, 2010 
A man holds a cigarette next to a smoking ban sign in a cafe in Chalandri suburb, north of Athens, August... 
Athens, Greece 
A man holds a cigarette next to a smoking ban sign in a cafe in Chalandri suburb, north of Athens 
A man holds a cigarette next to a smoking ban sign in a cafe in Chalandri suburb, north of Athens, August 31, 2010. Greece, will try again to kick the habit by banning tobacco in all public places from September 1. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2C23H 
March 25, 2010 
A lit cigarette lays in an ashtray in a cafe in Vienna March 25, 2010. Austrian parliament is discussing... 
Vienna, Austria 
A lit cigarette lays in an ashtray in a cafe in Vienna 
A lit cigarette lays in an ashtray in a cafe in Vienna March 25, 2010. Austrian parliament is discussing a general smoking ban in restaurants, cafes, bars and public places today. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH) 
GERMANY/
RTXRND6 
December 09, 2009 
An ashtray, prepared for former Chancellor of Germany Helmut Schmidt, is pictured during a meeting in... 
Berlin, Germany 
An ashtray prepared for former Chancellor of Germany Helmut Schmidt is pictured during a meeting in Berlin... 
An ashtray, prepared for former Chancellor of Germany Helmut Schmidt, is pictured during a meeting in Berlin, December 9, 2009. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-SMOKING/BAN
RTR25PD7 
July 16, 2009 
A Turkish woman smokes at an open air tea house in Istanbul July 14, 2009. Smokers in Turkey tempted... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
To match Feature TURKEY-SMOKING/BAN 
A Turkish woman smokes at an open air tea house in Istanbul July 14, 2009. Smokers in Turkey tempted to flout an imminent ban in cafes, restaurants and bars will be spared execution as allegedly meted out in 17th-Century Istanbul -- but their Prime Minister has likened cigarettes to terrorism. That's a measure of how strongly Tayyip Erdogan feels about tobacco. Sultan Murad IV is said to have roamed the streets ordering the execution of those who defied a smoking ban aimed at curbing coffee house sedition. Picture taken July 14, 2009. To match Feature TURKEY-SMOKING/BAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY SOCIETY) 
AUSTRALIA-BUDGET/
RTXFL7R 
May 11, 2009 
A man extinguishes his cigarette in central Sydney May 11, 2009. Australian government will announce... 
Sydney, Australia 
A man extinguishes his cigarette in central Sydney 
A man extinguishes his cigarette in central Sydney May 11, 2009. Australian government will announce on May 12 what is the most keenly watched national budget in years, as the country heads for a recession, unemployment rises and rumours swirl of a possible early general election. The government expected to increase taxes for cigarettes and alcohol in this budget. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA POLITICS BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
RTXE6FJ 
April 20, 2009 
People use an ashtray next the main entrance toBerlin's luxury department store Kaufhaus des Westens... 
Berlin, Germany 
People use an ashtray next the main entrance to luxury department store KaDeWe in Berlin 
People use an ashtray next the main entrance toBerlin's luxury department store Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe) in Berlin, April 20, 2009. KaDeWe owner Arcandor announced details of a restructuring plan on Monday, which will cost up to 900 million euros ($1.18 billion) over the next five years, the German retail and tourism group said.The costs come on top of up to 776 million euros in loans, which are due for renegotiation with banks by mid-June. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY BUSINESS) 
TURKEY/
RTXDL8P 
April 03, 2009 
Retirees play cards as they drink tea and smoke at a cafe in Istanbul, April 3, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Retirees play cards as they drink tea and smoke at a cafe in Istanbul 
Retirees play cards as they drink tea and smoke at a cafe in Istanbul, April 3, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (TURKEY SOCIETY) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DI0 
January 14, 2009 
A metal harp sculpture made from rifle barrels and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown in a gallery... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A metal harp sculpture is shown in a gallery of the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation... 
A metal harp sculpture made from rifle barrels and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown in a gallery of the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation in Baghdad January 12, 2009.A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 12, 2009. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DHR 
January 14, 2009 
Artists from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation collect parts for their... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Artists collect parts for their metal sculptures from piles of destroyed weapons in Baghdad 
Artists from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation collect parts for their metal sculptures from piles of destroyed weapons in Baghdad January 13, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DHL 
January 14, 2009 
A worker at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation gathers weapons to be destroyed... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A worker at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation gathers weapons to be destroyed... 
A worker at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation gathers weapons to be destroyed in Baghdad January 13, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DHF 
January 14, 2009 
Workers at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation destroy weapons with a machine... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Workers at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation destroy weapons with a machine... 
Workers at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation destroy weapons with a machine in Baghdad January 13, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DH8 
January 14, 2009 
An artist from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organization welds pieces of destroyed... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
An artist welds pieces of destroyed weapons to make a metal sculpture in Baghdad 
An artist from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organization welds pieces of destroyed weapons to make a metal sculpture in Baghdad January 12, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 12, 2009. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DH6 
January 14, 2009 
An artist from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation collects parts for his... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
An artist collects parts for his metal sculptures from piles of destroyed weapons in Baghdad 
An artist from the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation collects parts for his metal sculptures from piles of destroyed weapons in Baghdad January 12, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 12, 2009. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DH5 
January 14, 2009 
Metal sculptures of a fish and a robot, both made from pieces of destroyed weapons, are shown at the... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Metal sculptures of a fish and a robot are shown at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance... 
Metal sculptures of a fish and a robot, both made from pieces of destroyed weapons, are shown at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation gallery in Baghdad January 12, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 12, 2009. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DGV 
January 14, 2009 
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt from destroyed weapons by the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt in Baghdad 
An image of Egyptian queen Nefertiti is carved on a rifle butt from destroyed weapons by the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation in Baghdad January 14, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DGM 
January 14, 2009 
A metal dragonfly sculpture fashioned from the barrel of a machinegun and other pieces of destroyed weapons... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A metal dragonfly sculpture is shown in a gallery of the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance... 
A metal dragonfly sculpture fashioned from the barrel of a machinegun and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown in a gallery of the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation in Baghdad January 14, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/SCULPTURES
RTR23DGH 
January 14, 2009 
A flower base made from the barrel of a machinegun and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown at... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A flower base made from the barrel of a machinegun and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown at... 
A flower base made from the barrel of a machinegun and other pieces of destroyed weapons is shown at the Iraqi Mine/Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Clearance Organisation gallery in Baghdad January 12, 2009. A dragonfly fashioned from a machine gun barrel, a rifle butt carved into the portrait an ancient Egyptian queen and a spent mortar round ashtray are just a few of the works Iraqi artists are making from weapons of war. Each day, the Iraqi Mines and Unexploded Ordnance Clearance Organisation (IMCO) destroys some 800 weapons, including AK-47 rifles, old school British Bren guns, mortar rounds and belt-fed machine guns collected by the U.S. forces during raids. Picture taken January 12, 2009. REUTERS/May Naji (IRAQ) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX90L5 
September 28, 2008 
An extinguished cigarette is pictured in an ashtray in a bar in downtown Zurich September 28, 2008. Citizens... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An extinguished cigarette is pictured in a bar in downtown Zurich 
An extinguished cigarette is pictured in an ashtray in a bar in downtown Zurich September 28, 2008. Citizens of Cantons Zurich and Basel City voted today for a law to ban smoking in restaurants and bars. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND) 
GERMANY-SMOKING/COURT
RTR20HAR 
July 30, 2008 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in... 
Bensheim, Germany 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in indoor public places is partly in breach of the constitution, the country's highest court ruled on Wednesday. The Federal Constitutional Court said small bars were at an unfair disadvantage due to the ban, which came into effect in most of Germany's 16 states at the start of the year. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SMOKING/COURT
RTR20HAQ 
July 30, 2008 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in... 
Bensheim, Germany 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim 
A cigarette lies in ashtray in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in indoor public places is partly in breach of the constitution, the country's highest court ruled on Wednesday. The Federal Constitutional Court said small bars were at an unfair disadvantage due to the ban, which came into effect in most of Germany's 16 states at the start of the year. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-SMOKING/COURT
RTR20HAM 
July 30, 2008 
A man smokes a cigarette in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in indoor... 
Bensheim, Germany 
A man smokes a cigarette in front of a pub in Bensheim 
A man smokes a cigarette in front of a pub in Bensheim early July 30, 2008. A German smoking ban in indoor public places is partly in breach of the constitution, the country's highest court ruled on Wednesday. The Federal Constitutional Court said small bars were at an unfair disadvantage due to the ban, which came into effect in most of Germany's 16 states at the start of the year. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
SOCCER-EURO/ODD
RTR2090G 
May 06, 2008 
Ash trays in soccer design are pictured in a souvenir shop in Vienna May 6, 2008. Switzerland and Austria... 
Vienna, Austria 
Ash trays in soccer design are pictured in a souvenir shop in Vienna 
Ash trays in soccer design are pictured in a souvenir shop in Vienna May 6, 2008. Switzerland and Austria are co-hosting the Euro 2008 soccer tournament June 7-29. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA) 
TURKEY-CIGARETTES/
RTR1X0MO 
February 13, 2008 
A woman smokes in a bar as she drinks the Turkish traditional beverage Raki in Ankara February 12, 2008.... 
Ankara, Turkey 
To match feature TURKEY-CIGARETTES/ 
A woman smokes in a bar as she drinks the Turkish traditional beverage Raki in Ankara February 12, 2008. Turkey is the eighth biggest cigarette market in the world, with nearly 60 percent of male adults estimated to smoke. Six global cigarette producers and state-run Tekel compete for the lucrative market. Picture taken February 12, 2008. To match feature TURKEY-CIGARETTES/ REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY) 
GERMANY/
RTX548K 
December 31, 2007 
A woman stubs a cigarette in a restaurant in Munich, December 31, 2007. From January 1, 2008 smoking... 
Munich, Germany 
A woman stubs a cigarette in a restaurant in Munich 
A woman stubs a cigarette in a restaurant in Munich, December 31, 2007. From January 1, 2008 smoking will be forbidden in restaurants, bars and discotheques in the southern German federal state of Bavaria. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTX51CA 
December 27, 2007 
A man taps the ash off his cigarette inside the "Heide 11" bar in Berlin's Kreuzberg district December... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man taps the ash off his cigarette inside the "Heide 11" bar in Berlin's Kreuzberg district 
A man taps the ash off his cigarette inside the "Heide 11" bar in Berlin's Kreuzberg district December 27, 2007. The owner of the bar hopes to avoid the smoking ban which affects bars, restaurants, hotels and nightclubs by establishing itself as a club exclusive for smokers instead of a regular bar. The smoking ban takes effect on January 1, 2008. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
THAILAND/
RTR1RDGR 
July 02, 2007 
A man butts out a cigarette outside parliament house in Bangkok July 2, 2007. One billion people are... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A man butts out a cigarette outside parliament house in Bangkok 
A man butts out a cigarette outside parliament house in Bangkok July 2, 2007. One billion people are likely to die of tobacco-related diseases this century unless governments get serious about cutting smoking rates, United Nations health experts said on Monday. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND) 
RACING-ASCOT/
RTR1R0Z4 
June 22, 2007 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing... 
Ascot, United Kingdom 
Race-goers arrive for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting June 21, 2007.REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
RACING-ASCOT/
RTR1R03D 
June 21, 2007 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing... 
Ascot, United Kingdom 
Race-goers arrive for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting June 21, 2007.REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
RACING-ASCOT/
RTR1R02R 
June 21, 2007 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing... 
Ascot, United Kingdom 
Race-goers arrive for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting 
A race-goer with a hat showing a cigarette in an ashtray arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting June 21, 2007.REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
GERMANY-SMOKING/
RTR1NRQ2 
March 22, 2007 
An ashtray is pictured outside the train station in Hanau near Frankfurt, March 22, 2007. Germany's 16... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
An ashtray is pictured outside the trainstation in Hanau near Frankfurt 
An ashtray is pictured outside the train station in Hanau near Frankfurt, March 22, 2007. Germany's 16 state premiers are not expected to agree at a meeting today, about whether to ban smoking in restaurants and public houses. Experts fear this will result in a patchwork of different restrictions being introduced across the country and will lead to chaos. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY) 
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March 22, 2007 
A discarded cigar is pictured in front of the bar inside a restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt, March... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A left behind cigar is seen in front of the bar inside a restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt 
A discarded cigar is pictured in front of the bar inside a restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt, March 22, 2007. Germany's 16 state premiers are not expected to agree at a meeting today, about whether to ban smoking in restaurants and public houses. Experts fear this will result in a patchwork of different restrictions being introduced across the country and will lead to chaos. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY) 
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March 22, 2007 
Cigarette ends are pictured in a large public ashtray in Hanover March 18, 2007. Germany's 16 state premiers... 
Munich, Germany 
Cigarette butts are pictured in a large public ashtray in Hanover 
Cigarette ends are pictured in a large public ashtray in Hanover March 18, 2007. Germany's 16 state premiers are not expected to agree at a meeting on March 22, 2007, about whether to ban smoking in restaurants and public houses. Experts fear this will result in a patchwork of different restrictions being introduced across the country and will lead to chaos. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
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March 22, 2007 
Cigarette smoke rises from a public ashtray in a designated smoking area at Munich train station March... 
Munich, Germany 
Cigarette smoke rises from a public ashtray in a designated smoking area at Munich train station 
Cigarette smoke rises from a public ashtray in a designated smoking area at Munich train station March 19, 2007. Germany's 16 state premiers are not expected to agree at a meeting on March 22, 2007, about whether to ban smoking in restaurants and public houses. Experts fear this will result in a patchwork of different restrictions being introduced across the country and will lead to chaos. Picture taken March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
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February 26, 2007 
A full ashtray is seen on a lunch table in a small restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt, February 26, 2007.... 
Hanau, Germany 
A full ashtray is seen on a lunch table in a small restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt 
A full ashtray is seen on a lunch table in a small restaurant in Hanau near Frankfurt, February 26, 2007. Germany's federal states agreed on Friday to outlaw smoking in public buildings but stopped short of a blanket ban in pubs and restaurants as introduced in a number of other European countries. The tentative agreement, which the country's 16 state premiers must still approve, came after months of wrangling and in the face of strong resistance from the powerful German tobacco lobby. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY) 
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February 23, 2007 
Cigarette ends are pictured in a large ashtray in Berlin February 23, 2007. Germany's federal government... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cigarette ends are pictured in a large ashtray in Berlin 
Cigarette ends are pictured in a large ashtray in Berlin February 23, 2007. Germany's federal government wants to fine people who smoke in public transport and train stations from anywhere between 5 and 1,000 euros. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY) 
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February 19, 2007 
A discarded cigarette pack lies in an ashtray outside an office tower in downtown Toronto February 19,... 
Toronto, Canada 
A discarded cigarette pack lies in an ashtray outside an office tower in downtown Toronto 
A discarded cigarette pack lies in an ashtray outside an office tower in downtown Toronto February 19, 2007. Canada's three major tobacco companies' legal challenge to a government ban on sponsorship and advertising will be heard Monday in the Supreme Court of Canada. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski (CANADA) 
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February 01, 2007 
An ashtray is seen in a factory in Bordeaux, southwestern France, December 15, 2006. France will ban... 
Bordeaux, France 
An ashtray is seen in a factory in Bordeaux 
An ashtray is seen in a factory in Bordeaux, southwestern France, December 15, 2006. France will ban smoking in most public places from February 1, 2007 and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs from January 1, 2008. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE) 
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January 30, 2007 
A woman smokes on the pavement outside her office in Nice, southeast France, January 30, 2007. France... 
Nice, France 
A woman smokes on the pavement outside her office in Nice 
A woman smokes on the pavement outside her office in Nice, southeast France, January 30, 2007. France will ban smoking in most public places from February 1, 2007 and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs from January 1, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE) 
FRANCE
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January 30, 2007 
School students stand around an ash tray on the pavement outside their school in Nice, southeast France,... 
Nice, France 
School students stand around an ash tray on the pavement outside their school in Nice 
School students stand around an ash tray on the pavement outside their school in Nice, southeast France, January 30, 2007. France will ban smoking in most public places from February 1, 2007 and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs from January 1, 2008 REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE) 
FRANCE
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January 30, 2007 
People smoke on the pavement outside of their office in Nice, southeast France, January 30, 2007. France... 
Nice, France 
People smoke on the pavement outside of their office in Nice 
People smoke on the pavement outside of their office in Nice, southeast France, January 30, 2007. France will ban smoking in most public places from February 1, 2007 and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs from January 1, 2008 REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE) 
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January 30, 2007 
A smoker stubs out his cigarette in an ashtray outside an office in Brussels January 30, 2007. Four European... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A smoker stubs out his cigarette outside an office in Brussels 
A smoker stubs out his cigarette in an ashtray outside an office in Brussels January 30, 2007. Four European Union countries, including Belgium, have already banned smoking in pubs and restaurants as European Health and Consumer Protection Commissioner Markos Kyprianou unveils his Green Paper on tobacco. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM) 
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January 28, 2007 
Members of the Palestinian security forces rest in their headquarters in the West Bank city of Hebron... 
Hebron, Palestinian Territories 
Members of the Palestinian security forces rest in their headquarters in the West Bank city of Hebron... 
Members of the Palestinian security forces rest in their headquarters in the West Bank city of Hebron January 28, 2007. Palestinian civilians sought refuge across Gaza from a third day of fierce clashes which have killed 22 people and brought the coastal strip closer to civil war than any time since Hamas came to power last year. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun (WEST BANK) 
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December 13, 2006 
Cigarette ends are pictured in an large ashtray December 13, 2006, in Berlin. The German cabinet on Wednesday... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cigarette ends are pictured in an large ashtray in Berlin 
Cigarette ends are pictured in an large ashtray December 13, 2006, in Berlin. The German cabinet on Wednesday agreed to outlaw smoking in government buildings and on public transport, after abandoning plans last week for a nationwide ban in public places including restaurants and schools. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) 
FRANCE
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October 19, 2006 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris October 19, 2006. France will ban smoking in most public... 
Paris, France 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris October 19, 2006. France will ban smoking in most public places from next February and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs 11 months later. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE
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October 19, 2006 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris October 19, 2006. France will ban smoking in most public... 
Paris, France 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris 
An ashtray is seen in front of an office in Paris October 19, 2006. France will ban smoking in most public places from next February and in bars, restaurants, hotels and night clubs 11 months later. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
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