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PALESTINIANS-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTX2SITV
November 08, 2016
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed...
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed at raising awareness of women during pregnancy and after giving birth, works at UCAS Technology Incubator office in Gaza City October 31, 2016. Picture taken October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
PALESTINIANS-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTX2SISR
November 08, 2016
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed...
Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo, who developed the mobile application ''Baby Sitter" that is aimed at raising awareness of women during pregnancy and after giving birth, works at UCAS Technology Incubator office in Gaza City October 31, 2016. Picture taken October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
BRAZIL-CULTURE/
RTR4AMGB
October 17, 2014
A babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned factory...
A babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned factory in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2014. Since seven months ago, 1,800 families have been living inside the factory, which they occupied in March, with poor sanitation services and the fear of eviction. The occupants of the factory say they are not included in the housing program "Minha Casa, Minha Vida" (My House, My Life), and they would like to be included by the Brazilian government. The housing program is one of several government initiatives aimed at reducing poverty and social inequality that President Dilma Rousseff has held up as achievements of her administration as she campaigns for re-election. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Technology
Technology
Pepper the Robot - 06 Jun 2014
12 PICTURES
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFVL
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFVD
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFVA
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFV2
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch as pedestrians look at in...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch as pedestrians look at in...
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch as pedestrians look at in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFUZ
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo
SoftBank Corp's human-like robot named 'pepper' is displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFUT
June 06, 2014
People take pictures of SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
People take pictures of SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo...
People take pictures of SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFUN
June 06, 2014
People look at SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo June...
Tokyo, Japan
People look at SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo
People look at SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' displayed at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SFUF
June 06, 2014
SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' dances and sings a song as people take pictures at its...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' dances and sings a song as people take pictures at its...
SoftBank Corp's human-like robots named 'pepper' dances and sings a song as people take pictures at its branch in Tokyo June 6, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SA8E
June 05, 2014
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu,...
Urayasu, Japan
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu, east of Tokyo June 5, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SOFTBANK-ROBOTS/
RTR3SA85
June 05, 2014
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu,...
Urayasu, Japan
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu
SoftBank Corp. unveils human-like robots named 'pepper' at the company's news conference in Urayasu, east of Tokyo June 5, 2014. Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies. The robots, which the mobile phone and Internet conglomerate envisions serving as baby-sitters, nurses, emergency medical workers or even party companions, will sell for 198,000 yen ($1,900) and are capable of learning and expressing emotions, Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son told a news conference. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS SOCIETY)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/IMMIGRATION
RTX16CUJ
December 10, 2013
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo November 29, 2013. During...
Tokyo, Japan
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo November 29, 2013. During the early days of "Abenomics," U.S. businesses were optimistic they could convince Japan's government to make a small change to the nation's tight immigration rules to let more household helpers into the country. But a year after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took office, an idea that some thought might be an easy win for immigration reform while meeting a stated aim of Abe's growth strategy has made no apparent progress. The tangle of issues involved in employing foreign workers as housekeepers or nannies helps to illustrate the labyrinthine task Japan would face if it were to try to tackle much broader immigration reform. There are no clear statistics on the number of foreign household helpers in Japan as many are working informally and those working legally, do so under a broad visa category. But foreign workers themselves say their numbers are shrinking. Picture taken November 29, 2013. To match story JAPAN-ECONOMY/IMMIGRATION REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
Libya Conflict
Libya Conflict
Gaddafi's Scalded Nanny Arrives in Malta - 15 Sep 2011
12 PICTURES
PHILIPPINES
RTR2F8CF
June 16, 2010
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant, who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography...
Manila, Philippines
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography...
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant, who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography studio in Manila for her job application in the Middle East June 16, 2010. A total of 3.1 million Filipinos were jobless in April, with the country's jobless rate rising to 8%, despite faster-than-expected economic growth, according to the latest Labor Force Survey of the National Statistics Office (NSO). REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPD
December 11, 2006
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated community in Greater Buenos Aires, November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
HENRY
RTXOMFH
May 21, 2006
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal (R) arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French...
Tignes, France
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal (R) arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French.....
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal (R) arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French Alps, May 21, 2006. Thierry is accompanied by his daughter Tea (in arms) his wife Nicole Merry (L) and an unidentified baby sitter (C). [All 23 players of the national team arrived today in Tignes for a 4-day training session in preparation for the upcoming World Cup in Germany.]
SPORT-SOCCER
RTR1DLYF
May 21, 2006
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal (R) arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French...
Tignes, France
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French Alps...
French soccer star Thierry Henry of Arsenal (R) arrives by helicopter at Tignes ski resort in French Alps, May 21, 2006. Thierry is accompanied by his daughter Tea (in arms) his wife Nicole Merry (L) and an unidentified baby sitter (C). All 23 players of the national team arrived today in Tignes for a 4-day training session in preparation for the upcoming World Cup in Germany. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW REUTERS/Charles Platiau
CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12ZVC
February 03, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura weeps as he and his attorney Bridget Boyle listen to the...
Waukesha, USA
FORMER NFL PLAYER CHMURA REACTS TO VERDICT IN SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIAL.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura weeps as he and his attorney Bridget Boyle listen to the verdict of not guilty of sexual assault, February 3, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura was charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party and was acquitted of all charges.

MAG/RCS
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12ZV9
February 03, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura hugs his attorney Jonathan Smith after being found not...
Waukesha, USA
FORMER NFL PLAYER CHMURA FOUND NOT GUILTY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura hugs his attorney Jonathan Smith after being found not guilty of sexual assault February 3, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura was charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party and was acquitted of all charges.

MAG/RCS
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12Z11
February 02, 2001
Forensic specialist Mary McMurray testifies at the sexual assault trial of former Green Bay Packers tight...
Waukesha, USA
FORENSIC SPECIALIST MCMURRAY TESTIFIES IN CHMURA TRIAL.
Forensic specialist Mary McMurray testifies at the sexual assault trial of former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura February 2, 2001 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/SV
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12YS5
February 02, 2001
Lynda Chmura, wife of former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura, testifies at Mark Chmura's sexual...
Waukesha, USA
WIFE OF MARK CHMURA TESTIFIES AT TRIAL.
Lynda Chmura, wife of former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura, testifies at Mark Chmura's sexual assault trial, February 2, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/ME
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12XTI
January 30, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura confers with his attorney Gerald Boyle during a break...
Waukesha, USA
FORMER GREEN BAY PACKER CHMURA CONFERS WITH LAWYER DURING TRIAL.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura confers with his attorney Gerald Boyle during a break in Chmura's sexual assault trial, January 30, 2001 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/HB
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12XTE
January 30, 2001
District Attorney Paul Bucher (L) questions Debbie Donovan, a nurse at a sexual assault treatment center,...
Waukesha, USA
DISTRICT ATTORNEY BUCHER QUESTIONS NURSE DONOVAN DURING CHMURA TRIAL.
District Attorney Paul Bucher (L) questions Debbie Donovan, a nurse at a sexual assault treatment center, at the sexual assault trial of former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura (C) January 30, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/HB
CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12XPT
January 29, 2001
District Attorney Paul Bucher (L) questions Debbie Donovan, a nurse at a sexual assault treatment center,...
Waukesha, USA
DONOVAN BUCHER QUESTIONS NURSE DURING CHMURA TRIAL.
District Attorney Paul Bucher (L) questions Debbie Donovan, a nurse at a sexual assault treatment center, at the sexual assault trial of former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura (C) January 29, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12XJV
January 29, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura and his attorney Gerald Boyle listen to testimony from...
Waukesha, USA
MARK CHMURA WITH ATTORNEY BOYLE IN COURT.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura and his attorney Gerald Boyle listen to testimony from Chmura's sexual assault accuser, January 29, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/ME
CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12W9D
January 27, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers' tight end Mark Chmura arrives in court for the third day of his sexual assault...
Waukesha, USA
FORMER PACKER CHMURA ARRIVES FOR CONTINUATION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIAL.
Former Green Bay Packers' tight end Mark Chmura arrives in court for the third day of his sexual assault trial January 27, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/HB
CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12VT0
January 26, 2001
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura talks to his attorney Gerald Boyle following testimony...
Waukesha, USA
FORMER PACKERS TIGHT END CHMURAS CONFERS WITH ATTORNEY DOYLE IN COURT.
Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura talks to his attorney Gerald Boyle following testimony at the second day of his sexual assault trial January 26, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/SV
CRIME CHMURA
RTR12V8G
January 25, 2001
Attorney Jonathan Smith pats his client former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura on the back as...
Waukesha, USA
MARK CHMURA WITH ATTORNEY AT RIAL IN WAUKESHA.
Attorney Jonathan Smith pats his client former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura on the back as attorney Gerald P. Boyle cross examines a witness during the first day of the trial phase in Chmura's sexual assault trial, January 25, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/ME
CRIME CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12V80
January 25, 2001
Waukesha County District Attorney Paul Bucher (R) makes his opening statement as judge Mark Gempeler...
Waukesha, USA
ATTORNEY BUCHER GEMPELER MAKES STATEMENT AT CHMURA TRIAL.
Waukesha County District Attorney Paul Bucher (R) makes his opening statement as judge Mark Gempeler watches during the first day of the sexual assault trial of former Green Bay Packers Mark Chmura, January 25, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/ME
CRIME CHMURA ASSAULT
RTR12V4Q
January 25, 2001
Attorney Gerald P. Boyle gives his opening statement during the first day of the trial phase in Former...
Waukesha, USA
ATTORNEY GERALD BOYLE GIVES STATEMENT.
Attorney Gerald P. Boyle gives his opening statement during the first day of the trial phase in Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura's sexual assault trial, January 25, 2001, in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Chmura is charged with sexually assaulting his children's former baby sitter at a high school party.

MAG/ME
SPORT NFL
RTRUK6K
May 15, 2000
FILE PHOTO 7DEC97 - The Green Bay Packers' Pro Bowl tight end Mark Chmura, shown in 1997, was charged...
Tampa, USA
FILE PHOTO OF PACKERS MARK CHMURA.
FILE PHOTO 7DEC97 - The Green Bay Packers' Pro Bowl tight end Mark Chmura, shown in 1997, was charged on Monday with third degree sexual assault, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in jail, in the aftermath of a post-prom party incident last month. Waukesha County District Attorney Paul Bucher released a complaint alleging that Chmura, while highly intoxicated, lured his 17-year-old baby-sitter, also drunk, into a bathroom, removed her clothes and had sexual intercourse with her against her will.

RC/HB
EGYPT ORPHANAGE
RTRN16W
March 18, 1999
A baby sitter bottle feeds a baby as other children play around in an orphanage March 18. Egyptian authorities...
Cairo, Egypt
A BABY SITTER BOTTLE FEEDS A BABY.
A baby sitter bottle feeds a baby as other children play around in an orphanage March 18. Egyptian authorities are investigating the deaths of 25 children in the orphanage in fear that their body organs might have been sold.

AN/CLH/
RTR6JW8
September 09, 1997
A girl rocks her baby brother in a cloth tied to a rope bed in a slum district of Rawalpindi September...
Pakistan
A PAKISTANI GIRL BABY SITS IN RAWALPINDI
A girl rocks her baby brother in a cloth tied to a rope bed in a slum district of Rawalpindi September 9. The young girl has to act as baby-sitter for her brother and sister while their mother goes out to work.

PAKISTAN
BRITAIN
RTXHIZ0
May 09, 1997
Mr and Mrs Cohen at The Royal Free Hospital in London May 8 with their triplets who were born to surrogate...
Mr and Mrs Cohen at The Royal Free Hospital in London May 8 with their triplets who were born to sur.....
Mr and Mrs Cohen at The Royal Free Hospital in London May 8 with their triplets who were born to surrogate mother, Mrs Anne Keep. Both Julie (27) and Anthony (30) spoke of their joy and sense of debt to 41-year-old grandmother Mrs Keep who acted as "ante-natal baby-sitter" during the pregnancy.
RTR3LUR
May 09, 1997
Mr and Mrs Cohn at The Royal Free Hospital in London May 8 with their triplets who were born to surrogate...
United Kingdom
THE COHNS WITH THEIR SURROGATE TRIPLETS
Mr and Mrs Cohn at The Royal Free Hospital in London May 8 with their triplets who were born to surrogate mother, Mrs Anne Keep. Both Julie (27) and Anthony (30) spoke of their joy and sense of debt to 41-year-old grandmother Mrs Keep who acted as "ante-natal baby-sitter" during the pregnancy.

BRITAIN
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