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PEOPLE-COHEN/
RTX2T8V9
November 11, 2016
A mourners plays a cassette of music from Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen as tributes are left...
Montreal, Canada
A mourners plays a cassette of music from Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen as tributes are left...
A mourners plays a cassette of music from Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen as tributes are left on the steps of the home he owns in Montreal, November 11, 2016. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NIRELAND-DAILY LIFE
RTX25GK9
February 04, 2016
Recording devices are seen in a former Regional Government HQ Nuclear bunker built by the British government...
Ballymena, United Kingdom
A former Regional Government HQ Nuclear bunker built by the British government during the Cold War has...
Recording devices are seen in a former Regional Government HQ Nuclear bunker built by the British government during the Cold War which has come up for sale in Ballymena, Northern Ireland on February 4, 2016. It is owned by the Office of Northern Ireland's First Minister and Deputy First Minister and capable of accommodating 236 personnel for extended periods. A large range of the original fixtures and fittings are to be included in the sale. It is believed to be one of the most technically advanced bunkers built in the UK with an array of advanced life support systems. In the event of a nuclear attack, the building could operate in a shut-down capacity for 30 days. The lower floor is completely underground and the upper floor is mounded over with 1 cubic metre of earth. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
CAMBODIA-PROTEST/ARREST
RTX1NKTS
August 08, 2015
Former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith leaves after appearing at the Court of Appeal in central Phnom Penh...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
File photo of former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith leaving after appearing at the Court of Appeal in...
Former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith leaves after appearing at the Court of Appeal in central Phnom Penh in this February 27, 2013 file photo. A fugitive Cambodian governor wanted for the shooting of three garment workers was arrested on August 8, 2015 after more than two years on the run, after the country's strongman leader Hun Sen broke his silence and called for his arrest. Chhouk Bandith shot and wounded the women in front of thousands of workers during a rowdy 2012 protest at a supplier factory for German sporting goods group Puma in Svay Rieng province. Chhouk Bandith surrendered to police in Phnom Penh, city police chief General Chuon Sovann told Reuters. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files
CAMBODIA-PROTEST/ARREST
RTX1NJYP
August 08, 2015
Former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith (R) leaves after appearing at the Court of Appeal in central Phnom...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
File photo of former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith leaving after appearing at the Court of Appeal in...
Former Bavet governor Chhouk Bandith (R) leaves after appearing at the Court of Appeal in central Phnom Penh in this February 27, 2013 file photo. A fugitive Cambodian governor wanted for the shooting of three garment workers was arrested on August 8, 2015 after more than two years on the run, after the country's strongman leader Hun Sen broke his silence and called for his arrest. Chhouk Bandith shot and wounded the women in front of thousands of workers during a rowdy 2012 protest at a supplier factory for German sporting goods group Puma in Svay Rieng province. Chhouk Bandith surrendered to police in Phnom Penh, city police chief General Chuon Sovann told Reuters. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files
JAPAN-ECONOMY/SHIRAKAWA-RESIGNATION
RTR3DDH5
February 05, 2013
Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa (C) arrives at a news conference in Tokyo February 5, 2013....
Tokyo, Japan
BOJ Governor Shirakawa arrives at a news conference in Tokyo
Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa (C) arrives at a news conference in Tokyo February 5, 2013. Shirakawa said on Tuesday he would step down on March 19, three weeks earlier than the official end of his five-year term, to leave the central bank at the same time as his two deputies. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SONY/
RTR2ZVO2
March 26, 2012
Sony's portable cassette players Walkman models (bottom) and portable MiniDisc players which were produced...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SONY/
Sony's portable cassette players Walkman models (bottom) and portable MiniDisc players which were produced in 1980's and 1990's are displayed at Sony's history museum in Tokyo February 23, 2012. The biggest challenge facing Sony's incoming chief executive Kazuo Hirai will be how to bridge a divide in his consumer electronics company between the 'fundamentalists", engineers who want to return the company to its orginal ethos of making cool gadgets, and "new-agers" who see the future in content and connectivity. Picture taken February 23, 2012. To match Special Report SONY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
SONY/
RTR2ZVNY
March 26, 2012
Sony's cassette player TPS-L2, the first Walkman model which was produced 1979, is displayed at Sony's...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SONY/
Sony's cassette player TPS-L2, the first Walkman model which was produced 1979, is displayed at Sony's history museum in Tokyo February 23, 2012. The biggest challenge facing Sony's incoming chief executive Kazuo Hirai will be how to bridge a divide in his consumer electronics company between the 'fundamentalists", engineers who want to return the company to its orginal ethos of making cool gadgets, and "new-agers" who see the future in content and connectivity. Picture taken February 23, 2012. To match Special Report SONY/
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
SONY/
RTR2ZVNU
March 26, 2012
Sony's cassette player TPS-L2, the first Walkman model which was produced 1979, is displayed at Sony's...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SONY/
Sony's cassette player TPS-L2, the first Walkman model which was produced 1979, is displayed at Sony's history museum in Tokyo February 23, 2012. The biggest challenge facing Sony's incoming chief executive Kazuo Hirai will be how to bridge a divide in his consumer electronics company between the 'fundamentalists", engineers who want to return the company to its orginal ethos of making cool gadgets, and "new-agers" who see the future in content and connectivity. Picture taken February 23, 2012. To match Special Report SONY/
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
SONY/
RTR2ZVNR
March 26, 2012
Sony's Walkman models, portable cassette players which were produced in 1980's and 1990's are displayed...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Special Report SONY/
Sony's Walkman models, portable cassette players which were produced in 1980's and 1990's are displayed at Sony's history museum in Tokyo February 23, 2012. The biggest challenge facing Sony's incoming chief executive Kazuo Hirai will be how to bridge a divide in his consumer electronics company between the 'fundamentalists", engineers who want to return the company to its orginal ethos of making cool gadgets, and "new-agers" who see the future in content and connectivity. Picture taken February 23, 2012. To match Special Report SONY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTXDX7W
April 12, 2009
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, surrounded by the media, cycles away from the home of first lady...
CAVALIERE, France
France's President Sarkozy cycles away from the home of first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in Cavaliere
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, surrounded by the media, cycles away from the home of first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in Cavaliere, southern France, April 12, 2009. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE POLITICS SPORT CYCLING)
BOLIVIA/
RTXCHL9
March 07, 2009
An indigenous leader speaks to journalists after taking over the house of Bolivia's former vice president...
SANCAJAHUIRA, Bolivia
An indigenous leader speaks to journalists after taking over the house of Bolivia's former vice president...
An indigenous leader speaks to journalists after taking over the house of Bolivia's former vice president Victor Hugo Cardenas, located on the shores of the Titicaca lake, some 70 km (43 miles) north of La Paz, March 7, 2009. Hundreds of residents in Sancajahuira took over the house of Cardenas as a protest against his opposition to President Evo Morales. Cardenas was the first indigenous vice president in the Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada government from 1993 to 1997. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
USA-OBAMA/
RTR231SP
January 05, 2009
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama speaks to the media aboard a military plane at Chicago Midway Airport...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US President-elect Obama speaks to the media aboard a military plane at Chicago Midway Airport
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama speaks to the media aboard a military plane at Chicago Midway Airport January 4, 2009 before flying to Andrews Air Force Base near Washington. Obama is moving to Washington 16 days before being sworn in as the 44th President of the United States on January 20. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
USA-POLITICS/MCCAIN
RTR20EFF
July 21, 2008
Reporters' audio recorders lie at the feet of Republican presidential candidate US Senator John McCain...
Kennebunkport, UNITED STATES
Reporters' audio recorders lie at the feet of Republican presidential candidate US Senator McCain and...
Reporters' audio recorders lie at the feet of Republican presidential candidate US Senator John McCain (R-AZ) (R) and former U.S. President George Bush as they answer questions at former President Bush's residence on Walker's Point in Kennebunkport, Maine July 21, 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)
USA-POLITICS/OBAMA
RTX6K6L
June 05, 2008
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) speaks to the media en route...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Senator Obama speaks to the media on his way to Dulles
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) speaks to the media en route to Dulles Airport in Virginia, June 5, 2008. Obama is campaigning on the outskirts of Washington in Bristow, Virginia. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)
HYUNDAI-CHAIRMAN/
RTX6GMH
June 03, 2008
Hyundai Motor Group's chairman Chung Mong-koo (C) leaves after his trial as journalists ask him questions...
Seoul, South Korea
Hyundai Motor Group's chairman Chung leaves after his trial at Seoul High Court in Seoul
Hyundai Motor Group's chairman Chung Mong-koo (C) leaves after his trial as journalists ask him questions at the Seoul High Court in Seoul June 3, 2008. A South Korean high court handed Chung a three-year jail term for fraud and embezzlement, suspended for five years. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
USA-POLITICS/OBAMA
RTX5PS9
May 15, 2008
US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) answers questions from the media aboard...
Grand Rapids, UNITED STATES
US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama answers questions from the media aboard his...
US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) answers questions from the media aboard his campaign plane May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008
CHINA-CORRUPTION/
RTR1U1TN
September 20, 2007
Chi Yaoyun, deputy director general of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist...
Beijing, China
Chi Yaoyun, deputy director general of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist...
Chi Yaoyun, deputy director general of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China, talks to journalists in Beijing September 20, 2007. The fall of Shanghai's former Communist Party boss showed China had to do more to prevent, not just belatedly chase, corruption an official said during rare media access to the ruling Party's anti-graft agency. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
OPEC
RTR1TPHF
September 11, 2007
Iranian oil minister Gholamhossein Nozari talks to journalists as a delegate holds a video camera before...
Vienna, Austria
Iranian oil minister Nozari talks to journalists as a delegate holds a video camera before a meeting...
Iranian oil minister Gholamhossein Nozari talks to journalists as a delegate holds a video camera before a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in Vienna September 11, 2007. OPEC was meeting on Tuesday to consider a modest rise in oil output proposed by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab states in a gesture to consumers worried by the economic impact of $77 oil and rapidly diminishing stocks. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/FLAG
RTR1QR9G
June 13, 2007
An ethnic Albanian man sells traditional Albanian music at the old market in Pristina, June 13, 2007....
Pristina, Serbia & Montenegro
An ethnic Albanian man sells traditional Albanian music at the old market in Pistina
An ethnic Albanian man sells traditional Albanian music at the old market in Pristina, June 13, 2007. Kosovo must give up the black-on-red, double-headed eagle of the Albanian national flag under the terms of a design competition published on Wednesday for the flag and symbols of the aspiring state. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
USA/
RTR1OSO6
April 19, 2007
Actress Cindy Crawford is interviewed at the opening of the Oscar De La Renta boutique in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Cindy Crawford is interviewed at the opening of the Oscar De La Renta boutique in Los Angeles
Actress Cindy Crawford is interviewed at the opening of the Oscar De La Renta boutique in Los Angeles April 18, 2007. The evening will also benefit the Entertainment Industry Foundation's Women's Cancer Research Fund. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
IRISH-ELECTION/
RTR1N6ZJ
March 07, 2007
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley talks to the media as he leaves a polling station after...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Democratic Unionist Party leader Paisley talks to media as he leaves a polling station after casting...
Democratic Unionist Party leader Ian Paisley talks to the media as he leaves a polling station after placing his vote in the Northern Ireland Assembly elections in east Belfast, March 7, 2007. Northern Ireland voted on Wednesday in an election that could allow the return of a government shared between Protestants and Catholics and help cement a lasting political settlement after decades of conflict. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (NORTHERN IRELAND)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1MZMB
March 01, 2007
A member of Nicaragua´s Journalists Association lies inside of a coffin to protest against the advertising...
Managua, Nicaragua
A member of Nicaragua´s Journalists Association protests in Managua.
A member of Nicaragua´s Journalists Association lies inside of a coffin to protest against the advertising policy of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega in Managua March 1, 2007. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
KOREA-NORTH/TALKS
RTR1M46K
February 08, 2007
Japanese chief negotiator for the six-party talks Kenichiro Sasae speaks to journalists at a hotel in...
Beijing, China
Japanese chief negotiator for the six-party talks Sasae speaks to journalists at a hotel in Beijing
Japanese chief negotiator for the six-party talks Kenichiro Sasae speaks to journalists at a hotel in Beijing February 8, 2007. Six-party talks aimed at dismantling North Korea's nuclear programme resume in Beijing on Thursday with the top U.S. envoy denying a Japanese media report that the isolated state had signed a deal with Washington. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1GM68
August 23, 2006
Macau casino mogul Stanley Ho speaks to reporters after a news conference in Hong Kong August 23, 2006....
Hong Kong, China
Macau tycoon Stanley Ho speaks to reporters in Hong Kong
Macau casino mogul Stanley Ho speaks to reporters after a news conference in Hong Kong August 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (HONG KONG)
CHANEL
RTXM7ZO
October 10, 2003
A model presents accessories based on video and audio cassettes as part of the french fashion house Chanel's...
Paris, France
A model presents accessories based on video and audio cassettes as part of the french fashion house .....
A model presents accessories based on video and audio cassettes as part of the french fashion house Chanel's spring-summer ready-to-wear women's fashion collection for 2004 by German designer Karl Lagerfeld in Paris, October 10, 2003.
FRANCE
RTR4NNM
October 10, 2003
A model presents accessories based on video and audio cassettes as part
of the french fashion house...
Paris, France (French Republic)
A MODEL PRESENTS ACCESSORIES AT CHANEL SPRING-SUMMER READY-TO-WEAR
FASHION SHOW IN PARIS.
A model presents accessories based on video and audio cassettes as part
of the french fashion house Chanel's spring-summer ready-to-wear
women's fashion collection for 2004 by German designer Karl Lagerfeld
in Paris, October 10, 2003. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

JES/JV
RUSSIA
RTXK9SI
January 25, 2001
A customer buys a video cassette from a vendor at a street kiosk in Moscow, January 25, 2001. Economically...
Moscow, Russia
A customer buys a video cassette from a vendor at a street kiosk in Moscow, January 25, 2001. Econom.....
A customer buys a video cassette from a vendor at a street kiosk in Moscow, January 25, 2001. Economically weak East European countries with well educated unemployed computer specialists threaten the audio, video and software market with mass production of pirate copies sold at low prices.
RUSSIA
RTRDHF2
January 25, 2001
A customer buys a video cassette from a vendor at a street kiosk in Moscow, January 25, 2001. Economically...
Moscow, Russia
A RUSSIAN CUSTOMER BUYS A VHS VIDEO AT A STREET KIOSK IN MOSCOW.
A customer buys a video cassette from a vendor at a street kiosk in Moscow, January 25, 2001. Economically weak East European countries with well educated unemployed computer specialists threaten the audio, video and software market with mass production of pirate copies sold at low prices.

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UKRAINE
RTRC8H6
December 21, 2000
Angry protesters shout and wave portraits of opposition journalist Georgi Gongadze, who disappeared last...
Kiev, Ukraine
ANGRY PROTESTERS SHOUT AND WAVE PORTRAITS OF MISSING JOURNALIST GONGADZE IN KIEV.
Angry protesters shout and wave portraits of opposition journalist Georgi Gongadze, who disappeared last September, as they take part in a protest meeting infront of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, December 21, 2000. Around a thousand protesters gathered to demand the resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal, when Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma had played a key role in the disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/CVI
UKRAINE
RTRC8GY
December 21, 2000
An angry protester shouts and waves a portrait of opposition journalist Georgi Gongadze, who disappeared...
Kiev, Ukraine
ANGRY PROTESTER SHOUTS AND WAVES A PORTRAIT OF MISSED JOURNALIST GONGADZE IN KIEV.
An angry protester shouts and waves a portrait of opposition journalist Georgi Gongadze, who disappeared last September, as she takes part in a protest meeting infront of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, December 21, 2000. Around a thousand protesters gathered to demand the resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the political scandal, when Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma had played a key role in the disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/CVI
UKRAINE
RTXK6XA
December 20, 2000
A masked protester marches wearing a caricature of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as he takes part...
Kiev, Ukraine
A masked protester marches wearing a caricature of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as he takes part.....
A masked protester marches wearing a caricature of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as he takes part in a protest rally in Kiev, December 20, 2000. Several hundred protesters gathered to demand the resignation of Kuchma and several senior officials in a political scandal, [where Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz ] revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that the president had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.
UKRAINE
RTRC7D6
December 20, 2000
Two protesters shout during a protest rally in front of the cabinet minister's offices in Kiev, December...
Kiev, Ukraine
TWO PROTESTERS SHOUT AT RALLY IN CENTRAL KIEV.
Two protesters shout during a protest rally in front of the cabinet minister's offices in Kiev, December 20, 2000. Several hundred protesters gathered to demand the resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal, when Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/AS
UKRAINE
RTRC7CR
December 20, 2000
A masked protester marches wearing a caricature of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as he takes part...
Kiev, Ukraine
MASKED PROTESTER MARCHES IN CENTRAL KIEV.
A masked protester marches wearing a caricature of Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as he takes part in a protest rally in Kiev, December 20, 2000. Several hundred protesters gathered to demand the resignation of Kuchma and several senior officials in a political scandal, where Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that the president had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/AS/CLH/
UKRAINE PROTEST
RTR15L66
December 19, 2000
Protesters with portraits of opposition journalist Georgiy Gongadze, who disappeared last September,...
Kiev, Ukraine
PROTESTERS MARCH THROUGH CENTRAL KIEV.
Protesters with portraits of opposition journalist Georgiy Gongadze, who disappeared last September, make their way to a protest rally in front of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev December 19, 2000. Around three hundred protesters gathered to demand the immediate resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal last month. Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma, Interior minister Yuri Kravchenko and SBU head Leonid Derkach had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/AS
UKRAINE PROTEST
RTRC5UV
December 19, 2000
Policemen detain a protester during a rally in front of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, December 19,...
Kiev, Ukraine
POLICEMEN DETAIN A ANTI-KUCHMA PROTESTER DURING A RALLY IN KIEV.
Policemen detain a protester during a rally in front of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, December 19, 2000. Around three hundred protesters gathered to demand the immediate resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal last month, when Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma, Interior minister Yuri Kravchenko and SBU head Leonid Derkach had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK/AA
UKRAINE PROTEST
RTRC5U8
December 19, 2000
An elderly woman holds a portrait of missing opposition journalist Georgiy Gongadze as she stands in...
Kiev, Ukraine
ELDERLY WOMAN HOLDS PORTRAIT OF MISSING JOURNALIST GONGADZE DURING PROTEST IN KIEV.
An elderly woman holds a portrait of missing opposition journalist Georgiy Gongadze as she stands in front of a police line during a protest in front of the Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev, December 19, 2000. Around three hundred protesters gathered to demand the immediate resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal last month. Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma, Interior minister Yuri Kravchenko and SBU head Leonid Derkach had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK
UKRAINE PROTEST
RTRC5U0
December 19, 2000
Two elderly women scream as they try to break a line of policemen during a protest in front of Ukrainian...
Kiev, Ukraine
ELDERLY WOMEN TRY TO BREAK POLICE LINE DURING A PROTEST IN KIEV.
Two elderly women scream as they try to break a line of policemen during a protest in front of Ukrainian Parliament in Kiev December 19, 2000. Around three hundred protesters gathered to demand the immediate resignation of President Leonid Kuchma and several senior officials after the poilitical scandal last month. Socialist Party leader Olexander Moroz revealed an audio cassette which he said proved that President Leonid Kuchma, Interior minister Yuri Kravchenko and SBU head Leonid Derkach had played a key role in disappearence of journalist Georgiy Gongadze.

YK
SONY
RTXJ7XJ
September 29, 1999
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGat.....
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate Memory Stick" IC recording media at a Sony office in Tokyo September 28. Sony Corporation announced plans to launch the new audio products that allows the users to save four hours of digital audio files onto the "stick" instead of using the traditional medium of cassette tape, CD, or MD. The Memory Stick Walkman, with its compact size (37mm width, 96.3mm height, 19.2mm depth) and light weight (approx. 65g including battery), is small enough to be carried around easily in a chest pocket, Sony said.
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JAPAN
RTRR8E1
September 28, 1999
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY EMPLOYEE SHOWS OFF MEMORY STICK WALKMAN IN TOKYO.
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate Memory Stick" IC recording media at a Sony office in Tokyo September 28. Sony Corporation announced plans to launch the new audio products that allows the users to save four hours of digital audio files onto the "stick" instead of using the traditional medium of cassette tape, CD, or MD. The Memory Stick Walkman, with its compact size (37mm width, 96.3mm height, 19.2mm depth) and light weight (approx. 65g including battery), is small enough to be carried around easily in a chest pocket, Sony said.

TA/DL
JAPAN
RTRR8BM
September 28, 1999
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY EMPLOYEE SHOWS OFF MEMORY STICK WALKMAN IN TOKYO.
Sony Marketing's Fumie Kagaya shows off a "Memory Stick Walkman" portable audio player and "MagicGate Memory Stick" IC recording media at a Sony office in Tokyo September 28. Sony Corporation announced plans to launch the new audio products that allows the users to save four hours of digital audio files onto the "stick" instead of using the traditional medium of cassette tape, CD, or MD. The Memory Stick Walkman, with its compact size (37mm width, 96.3mm height, 19.2mm depth) and light weight (approx. 65g including battery), is small enough to be carried around easily in a chest pocket, Sony said.

TA/DL
RTRHDRO
September 17, 1998
A security officer gathers pirated CDs, audio and video cassettes before they are shredding in Tel Aviv...
A SECURITY MAN WITH PIRATED CDS IN TEL AVIV.
A security officer gathers pirated CDs, audio and video cassettes before they are shredding in Tel Aviv September 17. Israeli authorities confiscated more than $32 million in illegally made music products, some smuggled in to Israel from Eastern Europe and the Far East and others manufactured in Israel and the West Bank. The total figure last year reached $67 million. More than 100,000 CDs and tapes were destroyed in Tel Aviv on Thursday. Israel ranks number five on the global list of piracy centres for tapes and CDs.

HL/SB
RTRHDRI
September 17, 1998
The remains of shredded CDs, audio and video cassettes in Tel Aviv September 17. Israeli authorities...
REMAINS OF PIRATED CDS AFTER A SHREDDING MACHINE.
The remains of shredded CDs, audio and video cassettes in Tel Aviv September 17. Israeli authorities confiscated more than $32 million in illegally made music products, some smuggled inti Israel from Eastern Europe and the Far East and others manufactured in Israel and the West Bank. The total figure last year reached $67 million. More than 100,000 CDs and tapes were destroyed in Tel Aviv on Thursday. Israel ranks number five on the global list of piracy centres for tapes and CDs.

HL/JDP
RTRHDRD
September 17, 1998
Popular Israeli singer Eli Luzon throws pirated CDs, audio and video cassettes of Israeli and International...
ISRAELI SINGER THROWS PIRATED CDS INTO SHREDDING MACHINE.
Popular Israeli singer Eli Luzon throws pirated CDs, audio and video cassettes of Israeli and International artists into a big shredding machine September 17. Israeli authorities confiscated more than $32 million in illegally made music products, some smuggled into Israel from Eastern Europe and the Far East and others manufactured in Israel and the West Bank. The total figure last year reached $67 million. More than 100,000 CDs and tapes were destroyed in Tel Aviv on Thursday. Israel ranks number five on the global list of piracy centres for tapes and CDs.

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