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USA-TRUMP/IMPEACHMENT
RTX94RDY 
February 11, 2021 
A U.S. Capitol police officer holds a rioter at gunpoint with his service weapon in his right hand as... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Impeachment trial of former U.S. President Trump continues in Washington 
A U.S. Capitol police officer holds a rioter at gunpoint with his service weapon in his right hand as members of Congress are evacuated in the background on January 6 in a still photo from U.S. Capitol Security footage that was introduced as evidence by House impeachment managers during the impeachment trial of former President Trump on charges of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., February 10, 2021. U.S. Senate/Handout via Reuters 
CALIFORNIA-GOLDENSTATEKILLER/SENTENCING
RTX7QZX3 
August 21, 2020 
Victor George Hayes, who had been held at gunpoint as his girlfriend was raped by Joseph James DeAngelo,... 
Sacramento, UNITED STATES 
Joseph James DeAngelo, known as the Golden State Killer, attends his sentencing hearing in Sacramento... 
Victor George Hayes, who had been held at gunpoint as his girlfriend was raped by Joseph James DeAngelo, known as the Golden State Killer, listens during DeAngelo's sentencing at CSU Sacramento in Sacramento, California, U.S. August 21, 2020. Santiago Mejia/Pool via REUTERS 
GLOBAL-DECADE/
RTX7BK0D 
December 03, 2019 
Rebels hold a young man at gunpoint, who they accuse of being a loyalist to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi,... 
Ras Lanuf, Libya 
Pictures of the Decade 
Rebels hold a young man at gunpoint, who they accuse of being a loyalist to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, between the towns of Brega and Ras Lanuf, Libya, March 3, 2011. Picture taken March 3, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/File Photo SEARCH "POY DECADE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2019 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
SAFRICA-NETHERLANDS/CRIME
RTS1DW8X 
September 26, 2017 
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula gestures during a media briefing after he met some of the 36 Dutch tourists... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula gestures during a media briefing after he met some of the 36 Dutch tourists... 
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula gestures during a media briefing after he met some of the 36 Dutch tourists who were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday in a brazen heist while traveling from Johannesburg's main international airport to their hotel, officials said, in Johanneburg, South Africa, September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
SAFRICA-NETHERLANDS/CRIME
RTS1DW8W 
September 26, 2017 
Netherlands Ambassador to South Africa, Marisa Gerards reacts during a media briefing after she met some... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Netherlands Ambassador to South Africa, Marisa Gerards reacts during a media briefing, in Johanneburg... 
Netherlands Ambassador to South Africa, Marisa Gerards reacts during a media briefing after she met some of the 36 Dutch tourists who were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday in a brazen heist while traveling from Johannesburg's main international airport to their hotel, officials said, in Johanneburg, South Africa, September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
SAFRICA-NETHERLANDS/CRIME
RTS1DW6O 
September 26, 2017 
A forensic investigator searches for clues on a bus alleged to have been used by the 36 Dutch tourists... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A forensic investigator searches for clues on a bus alleged to have been used by the 36 Dutch tourists... 
A forensic investigator searches for clues on a bus alleged to have been used by the 36 Dutch tourists who were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday in a brazen heist while traveling from JohannesburgÕs main international airport to their hotel, officials said, in Johanneburg, South Africa, September 26 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
SAFRICA-NETHERLANDS/CRIME
RTS1DW61 
September 26, 2017 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa on Tuesday... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa on Tuesday after they were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday in a brazen heist while traveling from JohannesburgÕs main international airport to their hotel, officials said, in Johanneburg, South Africa, September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
SAFRICA-NETHERLANDS/CRIME
RTS1DW0F 
September 26, 2017 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa on Tuesday... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa 
Some of the 36 Dutch tourists are seen on a bus ahead of their flight out of South Africa on Tuesday after they were robbed at gunpoint on Sunday in a brazen heist while traveling from Johannesburg's main international airport to their hotel, officials said, in Johanneburg, South Africa, September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
INDIA-POLITICS/
RTX37LBV 
May 25, 2017 
Uzma, (C) an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, hugs her... 
New Delhi, India 
Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, hugs her mother... 
Uzma, (C) an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, hugs her mother as India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj (L) watches, after her arrival, in New Delhi, India May 25, 2017. Uzma, whose family name cannot be given for legal reasons, said that the man drugged, kidnapped and forced her to sign a marriage contract at gunpoint and that she suffered physical and emotional violence for five days until she managed to go to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad where she was given refuge. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi 
INDIA-POLITICS/
RTX37KYX 
May 25, 2017 
Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, kisses her daughter... 
New Delhi, India 
Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, kisses her daughter... 
Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, kisses her daughter after her arrival, in New Delhi, India May 25, 2017. Uzma, whose family name cannot be given for legal reasons, said that the man drugged, kidnapped and forced her to sign a marriage contract at gunpoint and that she suffered physical and emotional violence for five days until she managed to go to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad where she was given refuge. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi 
INDIA-POLITICS/
RTX37KXP 
May 25, 2017 
India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj consoles Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local... 
New Delhi, India 
India's External Affairs Minister Swaraj consoles Uzma after her arrival in New Delhi 
India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj consoles Uzma, an Indian woman who according to local media was forced to marry a Pakistani man, after her arrival, in New Delhi, India May 25, 2017. Uzma, whose family name cannot be given for legal reasons, said that the man drugged, kidnapped and forced her to sign a marriage contract at gunpoint and that she suffered physical and emotional violence for five days until she managed to go to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad where she was given refuge. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQIEF 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI74 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI71 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI4P 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI4K 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI4E 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI3N 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI3M 
October 03, 2016 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris... 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI2P 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI2O 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI28 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI21 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI1Z 
October 03, 2016 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris... 
Journalists stand in front of the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEOPLE-KARDASHIAN/FRANCE ROBBERY
RTSQI1X 
October 03, 2016 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris,... 
Paris, France 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in Paris 
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris, France, October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint early on Monday, stealing jewellery worth millions of dollars, police and her publicist said. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
ITALY-MAFIA/THREATS
RTSOXWI 
September 22, 2016 
Local administrators, who belong to association Avviso Pubblico or Public Warning, attend a march against... 
POLISTENA, Italy 
The Wider Image: Mayors' lonely stand against the mafia 
Local administrators, who belong to association Avviso Pubblico or Public Warning, attend a march against mafia violence in Polistena, Calabria, Italy June 24, 2016. The banner reads: "Administrators at gunpoint". REUTERS/Tony Gentile 
Rio Olympics 2016
Rio Olympics 2016 
U.S. swimmers in hot water 
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OLYMPICS-RIO/ROBBERY-AUSTRALIA
RTX2HACE 
June 21, 2016 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June 21, 2016 after Australian Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and team official were robbed at gunpoint while training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
OLYMPICS-RIO/ROBBERY-AUSTRALIA
RTX2HACC 
June 21, 2016 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller reacts after speaking to the press in Sydney,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller reacts after a statement to the press in Sydney... 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller reacts after speaking to the press in Sydney, Australia, June 21, 2016 following a robbery at gunpoint while Australian Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and team official were training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
OLYMPICS-RIO/ROBBERY-AUSTRALIA
RTX2HACB 
June 21, 2016 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June 21, 2016 after Australian Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and team official were robbed at gunpoint while training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
OLYMPICS-RIO/ROBBERY-AUSTRALIA
RTX2HACA 
June 21, 2016 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney 
Australia's Olympic team Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller speaks to the press in Sydney, Australia, June 21, 2016 after Australian Paralympic sailor Liesl Tesch and team official were robbed at gunpoint while training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
USA-CRIME/CHICAGO-GUNS
RTSJOK 
September 10, 2015 
A Cook County Sheriff police officer (L) points his gun at a man who walked up to him while officers... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Cook County Sheriff police officer points gun at man who walked up to him while officers were conducting... 
A Cook County Sheriff police officer (L) points his gun at a man who walked up to him while officers were conducting an unrelated street stop in the Austin neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois, United States, September 9, 2015. Picture taken September 9, 2015. To match story USA-CRIME/CHICAGO-GUNS REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-ESTONIA/
RTX1OSRI 
August 19, 2015 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police... 
Riga, Latvia 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer... 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver sentenced in Russia as she speaks during a news conference in Riga, Latvia, August 19, 2015. Kohver, allegedly abducted by Russia in a cross-border raid, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday, further stoking tensions between Moscow and the former Soviet republic. Russia arrested Kohver on espionage charges in September last year, saying the Estonian was caught on Russian territory, but Tallin maintains he was taken at gunpoint at a border crossing. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
RUSSIA-ESTONIA/
RTX1OSRF 
August 19, 2015 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police... 
Riga, Latvia 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer... 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver as she listens during a news conference in Riga, Latvia, August 19, 2015. Kohver, allegedly abducted by Russia in a cross-border raid, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday, further stoking tensions between Moscow and the former Soviet republic. Russia arrested Kohver on espionage charges in September last year, saying the Estonian was caught on Russian territory, but Tallin maintains he was taken at gunpoint at a border crossing. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
RUSSIA-ESTONIA/
RTX1OSRD 
August 19, 2015 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police... 
Riga, Latvia 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer... 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver, sentenced in Russia, as she listens during a news conference in Riga, Latvia, August 19, 2015. Kohver, allegedly abducted by Russia in a cross-border raid, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday, further stoking tensions between Moscow and the former Soviet republic. Russia arrested Kohver on espionage charges in September last year, saying the Estonian was caught on Russian territory, but Tallin maintains he was taken at gunpoint at a border crossing. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
RUSSIA-ESTONIA/
RTX1OSQX 
August 19, 2015 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police... 
Riga, Latvia 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer... 
Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Marina Kaljurand wears a yellow ribbon in support of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver, sentenced in Russia, as she listens during a news conference in Riga, Latvia, August 19, 2015. Kohver, allegedly abducted by Russia in a cross-border raid, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Wednesday, further stoking tensions between Moscow and the former Soviet republic. Russia arrested Kohver on espionage charges in September last year, saying the Estonian was caught on Russian territory, but Tallin maintains he was taken at gunpoint at a border crossing. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCWL 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was freed from... 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCVX 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was... 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCVV 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was freed from... 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks on a phone upon arrival at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer
TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCUV 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Cherepanov speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum... 
UTair airline employee Sergei Cherepanov speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer

SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCUA 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Antyufeev arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum... 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCTX 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev (L) arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage,... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Antyufeev arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum... 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev (L) arrives at the airport, after he was freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCTE 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum... 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCT4 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employee Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum... 
UTair airline employee Mikhail Antyufeev speaks at a news conference after arriving at the airport in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCSO 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employees Sergei Cherepanov (L) and Mikhail Antyufeev (R) arrive at the airport, after... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employees Cherepanov and Antyufeev arrive at the airport, after they were freed from hostage,... 
UTair airline employees Sergei Cherepanov (L) and Mikhail Antyufeev (R) arrive at the airport, after they were freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer 
SUDAN-RUSSIA/HOSTAGES
RTX1FCSL 
June 06, 2015 
UTair airline employees Sergei Cherepanov (L) and Mikhail Antyufeev (R) arrive at the airport, after... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
UTair airline employees Sergei Cherepanov and Mikhail Antyufeev arrive at the airport, after they were... 
UTair airline employees Sergei Cherepanov (L) and Mikhail Antyufeev (R) arrive at the airport, after they were freed from hostage, in Khartoum, Sudan June 6, 2015. The two Russians who were held hostage in the Sudanese region of Darfur since January were freed on Friday, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday. The ministry said the hostages were in good health and had been freed as a result of co-operation between the ministry, the Sudanese authorities, the United Nations Secretariat and UNAMID, the U.N.-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. UTair said in early February the employees had been seized at gunpoint when a UNAMID minibus had been blocked. Sudan's foreign ministry said then that the kidnapping was not a political act. REUTERS/Stringer

TURKEY-TWITTER/COMPLY
RTR4W9L8 
April 06, 2015 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara April 6, 2015. Twitter has complied with Turkey's... 
Ankara 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara April 6, 2015. Twitter has complied with Turkey's request to remove images of an Istanbul prosecutor held at gunpoint by far-left militants and the block of access to is about to be lifted, a Turkish official told Reuters on Monday. Turkey banned access to the micro-blogging site and YouTube after they refused a request to remove photographs of Mehmet Kiraz, a prosecutor killed in a shootout last week. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-TWITTER/COMPLY
RTR4W9L6 
April 06, 2015 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara April 6, 2015. Twitter has complied with Turkey's... 
Ankara 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara April 6, 2015. Twitter has complied with Turkey's request to remove images of an Istanbul prosecutor held at gunpoint by far-left militants and the block of access to is about to be lifted, a Turkish official told Reuters on Monday. Turkey banned access to the micro-blogging site and YouTube after they refused a request to remove photographs of Mehmet Kiraz, a prosecutor killed in a shootout last week. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5QX 
December 16, 2014 
A group of people react after they placed floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the cafe in... 
Sydney, Australia 
A group of people react after they placed floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the cafe in... 
A group of people react after they placed floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the cafe in central Sydney December 16, 2014 where hostages were held for over 16-hours. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5QV 
December 16, 2014 
A woman places a floral tribute amongst thousands of others near the cafe in central Sydney December... 
Sydney, Australia 
A woman places a floral tribute amongst thousands of others near the cafe in central Sydney where hostages... 
A woman places a floral tribute amongst thousands of others near the cafe in central Sydney December 16, 2014 where hostages were held for over 16-hours. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5PR 
December 16, 2014 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie prepare to place floral tributes near the... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie prepare to place floral tributes near the... 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie prepare to place floral tributes near the cafe in central Sydney December 16, 2014 where hostages were held for over 16-hours. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5P0 
December 16, 2014 
Members of the public look at thousands of floral tributes placed near the cafe in central Sydney December... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the public look at thousands of floral tributes placed near the cafe in central Sydney where... 
Members of the public look at thousands of floral tributes placed near the cafe in central Sydney December 16, 2014 where hostages were held for over 16-hours. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5MU 
December 16, 2014 
A woman sits in front of an area where people are placing floral tributes near the Lindt cafe, where... 
Sydney, Australia 
A woman sits in front of an area where people are placing floral tributes near the Lindt cafe in Sydney... 
A woman sits in front of an area where people are placing floral tributes near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5MJ 
December 16, 2014 
Members of the Australian Muslim community place floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the Australian Muslim community place floral tributes near the Lindt cafe in Sydney 
Members of the Australian Muslim community place floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5MG 
December 16, 2014 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie stand after placing floral tributes amongst... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australian PM Abbott and his wife place floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe... 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie stand after placing floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5M7 
December 16, 2014 
Members of the Australian Muslim community pray after placing floral tributes amongst thousands of others... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the Australian Muslim community pray after placing floral tributes near the Lindt cafe in... 
Members of the Australian Muslim community pray after placing floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5M1 
December 16, 2014 
A bouquet of flowers from staff members of Malaysia Airlines is seen among floral tributes near the Lindt... 
Sydney, Australia 
A bouquet of flowers from staff members of Malaysia Airlines is seen among floral tributes near the Lindt... 
A bouquet of flowers from staff members of Malaysia Airlines is seen among floral tributes near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5LT 
December 16, 2014 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie place floral tributes amongst thousands of... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australian PM Abbott and his wife place floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe... 
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his wife Margie place floral tributes amongst thousands of others near the Lindt cafe, where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed the Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5KG 
December 16, 2014 
A woman reacts after placing a floral tribute amongst thousands of others that have been placed near... 
Sydney, Australia 
A woman reacts after placing a floral tribute amongst thousands of others that have been placed near... 
A woman reacts after placing a floral tribute amongst thousands of others that have been placed near the cafe where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR4I5K8 
December 16, 2014 
Members of the public stand behind a note that can be seen amongst floral tributes that have been placed... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the public stand behind a note that can be seen amongst floral tributes that have been placed... 
Members of the public stand behind a note that can be seen amongst floral tributes that have been placed near the cafe where hostages were held for over 16-hours, in central Sydney December 16, 2014. Heavily armed Australian police stormed a Sydney cafe early on Tuesday morning and freed a number of hostages being held there at gunpoint, in a dramatic end to a 16-hour siege in which three people including the attacker were killed. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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