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INDONESIA-SECURITY/
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June 03, 2016
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-SECURITY/
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June 03, 2016
Police stand guard during a rally by Muslim organisations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Police stand guard during a rally by Muslim organisations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Police stand guard during a rally by Muslim organisations against communism and atheism outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-SECURITY/
RTX2FH92
June 03, 2016
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential...
Indonesian women attend a rally by Muslim organizations against communism and atheism outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
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Atheist Wedding Services in Ireland - 23 Jul 2013
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IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS
RTX11VYT
July 23, 2013
Bride Suzy Addis arrives for her humanist wedding ceremony at the Millhouse in the village of Slane,...
Slane, Ireland
Bride Suzy Addis arrives for her humanist wedding ceremony in Slane
Bride Suzy Addis arrives for her humanist wedding ceremony at the Millhouse in the village of Slane, County Meath July 17, 2013. Traditionally Catholic Ireland has allowed atheist wedding ceremonies this year for the first time, but the few people certified to celebrate them are overwhelmed by the hundreds of couples seeking their services. Photograph taken on July 17, 2013. To match story IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS
RTX11VYO
July 23, 2013
Director of Ceremonies Brian Whiteside (R) conducts a humanist wedding ceremony as the groom Brendan...
Slane, Ireland
Director of Ceremonies Whiteside conducts a humanist wedding ceremony in Slane
Director of Ceremonies Brian Whiteside (R) conducts a humanist wedding ceremony as the groom Brendan Hastings and bride Suzy Addis watch, at the Millhouse in the village of Slane, County Meath July 17, 2013. Traditionally Catholic Ireland has allowed atheist wedding ceremonies this year for the first time, but the few people certified to celebrate them are overwhelmed by the hundreds of couples seeking their services. Photograph taken on July 17, 2013. To match story IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS
RTX11VYH
July 23, 2013
Suzy Addis makes her way from her bridal suite to her humanist wedding ceremony at the Millhouse in the...
Slane, Ireland
Suzy Addis makes her way from her bridal suite to her humanist wedding ceremony in Slane
Suzy Addis makes her way from her bridal suite to her humanist wedding ceremony at the Millhouse in the village of Slane, County Meath July 17, 2013. Traditionally Catholic Ireland has allowed atheist wedding ceremonies this year for the first time, but the few people certified to celebrate them are overwhelmed by the hundreds of couples seeking their services. Photograph taken on July 17, 2013. To match story IRELAND-MARRIAGE/HUMANISTS REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Signs in support of atheism are seen during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Signs in support of atheism are seen during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base...
Signs in support of atheism are seen during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306LG
April 01, 2012
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights gathers his parachute after landing during the "Rock Beyond...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights gathers his parachute after landing during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
A member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Atheist author Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Supporters listen to a speech by well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins during the...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Supporters listen to a speech by atheist author Dawkins during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
Supporters listen to a speech by well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Supporters listen to a speech by well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins during the...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Supporters listen to a speech by atheist author Dawkins during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
Supporters listen to a speech by well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Sean Faircloth, director of Strategy & Policy for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science,...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Faircloth, director of Strategy & Policy for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science, speaks...
Sean Faircloth, director of Strategy & Policy for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science, speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306IY
April 01, 2012
Attendees watch as Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Attendees watch as Canadian rapper Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort...
Attendees watch as Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306IW
April 01, 2012
Aaron Bishop of Maryland gestures while watching Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman perform during the "Rock...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
Aaron Bishop of Maryland gestures while watching Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman perform during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306IU
April 01, 2012
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Canadian rapper Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in...
Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman performs during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
A fan listens to Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins signs a poster reading "In the beginning,...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Atheist author Dawkins signs a poster during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base...
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins signs a poster reading "In the beginning, MAN created GOD" for Andrea Garber (C), 15, during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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April 01, 2012
A supporter talks to Richard Dawkins, a well-known atheist and best-selling author, while holding a copy...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
A supporter talks to atheist author Dawkins while holding a copy of his book during the "Rock Beyond...
A supporter talks to Richard Dawkins, a well-known atheist and best-selling author, while holding a copy of his book during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306FX
April 01, 2012
Nathan Lewellen (C), an airman with the Air Force, and his wife Kayla Lewellen (L) talk to Richard Dawkins,...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Air Force personnel Lewellen and his wife talk to atheist author Dawkins during the "Rock Beyond Belief"...
Nathan Lewellen (C), an airman with the Air Force, and his wife Kayla Lewellen (L) talk to Richard Dawkins, a well-known atheist and best-selling author, during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306JY
March 31, 2012
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Atheist author Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to the crowd during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
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March 31, 2012
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins (R) talks to children about the theory of...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Atheist author Dawkins talks to children during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins (R) talks to children about the theory of mass extinction during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/ATHEISM
RTR306G0
March 31, 2012
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to supporters during the "Rock Beyond...
Fort Bragg, UNITED STATES
Atheist author Dawkins speaks to supporters during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army...
Well-known atheist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins speaks to supporters during the "Rock Beyond Belief" festival at Fort Bragg army base in North Carolina March 31, 2012. The atheist-themed festival drew hundreds of people to Fort Bragg on Saturday for what was believed to be the first-ever event held on a U.S. military base for service members who do not have religious beliefs. Organizers said they hoped the "Rock Beyond Belief" event at Fort Bragg would spur equal treatment toward nonbelievers in the armed forces and help lift the stigma for approximately 295,000 active duty personnel who consider themselves atheist, agnostic or without a religious preference. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
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January 12, 2009
An advertisement is seen on a bus on the first day of an atheist campaign in Barcelona January 12, 2009....
Barcelona, Spain
An advertisement is seen on a bus on the first day of an atheist campaign in Barcelona
An advertisement is seen on a bus on the first day of an atheist campaign in Barcelona January 12, 2009. The advertisement reads "There's probably no god. Don't worry, and enjoy your life". REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II before lowering his coffin...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II before lowering his coffin...
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II before lowering his coffin into a crypt in the Epiphany Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in...
Moscow, Russia
Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in...
Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Men lower the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II into the crypt at the Epiphany Cathedral...
Moscow, Russia
Men lower the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II into the crypt at the Epiphany Cathedral...
Men lower the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II into the crypt at the Epiphany Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the...
Moscow, Russia
Russian Prime Minister Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in Christ the Saviour...
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Russia's First Lady Svetlana Medvedev views the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at Christ...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's First Lady Svetlana Medvedev views the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in Moscow...
Russia's First Lady Svetlana Medvedev views the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. At left is Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
A woman holds a candle outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where the body of Patriarch Alexiy II will...
Moscow, Russia
A woman holds candle outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where body of Patriarch Alexiy II will be laid...
A woman holds a candle outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where the body of Patriarch Alexiy II will be laid to rest, December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
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December 09, 2008
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow
Clergymen carry the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
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December 09, 2008
A woman holds a portrait of Patriarch Alexiy II during his funeral service at the Christ the Saviour...
Moscow, Russia
A woman holds a portrait of Patriarch Alexiy II during his funeral service in Moscow
A woman holds a portrait of Patriarch Alexiy II during his funeral service at the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Ukraine's former prime minister Viktor Yanukovich makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Patriarch...
Moscow, Russia
Ukraine's former prime minister Yanukovich makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy...
Ukraine's former prime minister Viktor Yanukovich makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
A motorcade escorts the hearse carrying the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour...
Moscow, Russia
A motorcade escorts the hearse carrying the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour...
A motorcade escorts the hearse carrying the coffin of Patriarch Alexiy II outside Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Clergymen lead the funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen lead funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow
Clergymen lead the funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
People make the sign of the cross during the funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the...
Moscow, Russia
People make sign of cross during funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in Christ the Saviour Cathedral...
People make the sign of the cross during the funeral service of Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
People hold candles outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where the body of Patriarch Alexiy II will be...
Moscow, Russia
People hold candles outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where the body of Patriarch Alexiy II will be...
People hold candles outside Moscow's Epiphany Cathedral where the body of Patriarch Alexiy II will be laid to rest, December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state at Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state at Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow...
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state at Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in...
Moscow, Russia
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in...
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch ALexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22F0H
December 09, 2008
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in...
Moscow, Russia
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in...
The body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II lies in state in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Misha Japaridze/Pool (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EZM
December 09, 2008
Clergymen carry the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II after a funeral service in the Christ...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen carry the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II after a funeral service in Moscow
Clergymen carry the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II after a funeral service in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand funeral ceremony at which speakers praised him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EZE
December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and his wife Svetlana attend the funeral service for Russian Orthodox...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Medvedev and his wife Svetlana attend funeral service for Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and his wife Svetlana attend the funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EZA
December 09, 2008
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin attends the funeral service of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy...
Moscow, Russia
Russian Prime Minister Putin attends the funeral service of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in Moscow...
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin attends the funeral service of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EZ0
December 09, 2008
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the...
Moscow, Russia
Russian Prime Minister Putin kisses body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in Christ the Saviour...
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EYT
December 09, 2008
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the...
Moscow, Russia
Russian Prime Minister Putin kisses body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in Christ the Saviour...
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EYP
December 09, 2008
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral...
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) attends a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev attends funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) attends a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EY6
December 09, 2008
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral...
Moscow, Russia
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral...
Clergymen lead a funeral service for Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
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December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and his wife Svetlana attend the funeral service of Russian Orthodox...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Medvedev and his wife Svetlana attend the funeral service of Russian Orthodox Patriarch...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (R) and his wife Svetlana attend the funeral service of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EXU
December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Medvedev makes sign of the cross at coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EXT
December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Medvedev makes sign of the cross at coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (C) makes the sign of the cross at the coffin of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-PATRIARCH/
RTR22EXS
December 09, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ...
Moscow, Russia
Russian President Medvedev kisses body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour...
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev kisses the body of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II in the Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow December 9, 2008. Russia bade farewell on Tuesday to Orthodox Patriarch Alexiy II at a grand, pomp-filled funeral ceremony, with speakers praising him for reviving the nation's Christian faith after decades of communist atheism. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
POPE-ENCYCLICAL/
RTX4861
November 30, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI (L) signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI (L) signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope Benedict, in a new encyclical released on Friday, launched an attack on atheism, saying it was responsible for some of the "greatest forms of cruelty and violations of justice" in history. In the second encyclical of his papacy, Benedict urged Christians to put their hope for the future in God and not in technology, wealth or political ideologies which can often be deluding. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
POPE-ENCYCLICAL/
RTX485W
November 30, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope Benedict,...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope Benedict, in a new encyclical released on Friday, launched an attack on atheism, saying it was responsible for some of the "greatest forms of cruelty and violations of justice" in history. In the second encyclical of his papacy, Benedict urged Christians to put their hope for the future in God and not in technology, wealth or political ideologies which can often be deluding. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
POPE-ENCYCLICAL/
RTX485R
November 30, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope Benedict,...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI signs his encyclical in a photo released at the Vatican November 30, 2007. Pope Benedict, in a new encyclical released on Friday, launched an attack on atheism, saying it was responsible for some of the "greatest forms of cruelty and violations of justice" in history. In the second encyclical of his papacy, Benedict urged Christians to put their hope for the future in God and not in technology, wealth or political ideologies which can often be deluding. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
CUBA POPE
RTR6Q44
April 01, 2005
Piedad holds a picture of her and Pope John Paul II as he blesses her during his visit to Cuba in 1998,...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban woman holds picture of her and Pope John Paul II while he is blessing her.
Piedad holds a picture of her and Pope John Paul II as he blesses her during his visit to Cuba in 1998, at her home in Havana, April 1, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope appeared close to death on Friday after heart failure and breathing problems. Pope John Paul II helped bring down the Berlin Wall, but hardly dented Cuban Communism despite a landmark visit to the island that many thought would open up the Western Hemisphere's last Marxist state. In 1992, however, as Havana began negotiations for a papal visit, atheism was officially dropped. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
CUBA POPE
RTR6Q37
April 01, 2005
Eliana, who practices the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, shakes a maraca, in Havana, April 1, 2005 while...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban santeria practitioner shakes maraca for Pope John Paul II.
Eliana, who practices the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria, shakes a maraca, in Havana, April 1, 2005 while praying to her gods for Pope John Paul II underneath photographs of the pontiff taken during his 1998 visit to Cuba. The 84-year-old Pope appeared close to death on Friday after heart failure and breathing problems. Pope John Paul II helped bring down the Berlin Wall, but hardly dented Cuban Communism despite a landmark visit to the island that many thought would open up the Western Hemisphere's last Marxist state. In 1992, however, as Havana began negotiations for a papal visit, atheism was officially dropped. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
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