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HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD1Q
February 27, 2015
Supporters hold signs of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during a protest calling...
Hong Kong, China
Supporters hold signs of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during a protest calling...
Supporters hold signs of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during a protest calling for better protection of migrant workers, outside the district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD1N
February 27, 2015
A supporter holds up a sign with a drawing of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during...
Hong Kong, China
A supporter holds up a sign of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during a protest calling...
A supporter holds up a sign with a drawing of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, during a protest calling for better protection of migrant workers, outside the district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD1I
February 27, 2015
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, join hands with supporters as she arrives...
Hong Kong, China
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, a former Indonesian domestic helper, join hands with supporters as she arrives...
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, join hands with supporters as she arrives the district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD1F
February 27, 2015
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, arrives to the district court in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, a former Indonesian domestic helper, arrives to the district court in Hong Kong...
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, arrives to the district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD1B
February 27, 2015
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (R), a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside...
Hong Kong, China
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside a...
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (R), a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside a district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Erwiana Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HONGKONG-MAID/INDONESIA
RTR4RD0Z
February 27, 2015
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside...
Hong Kong, China
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside a...
Erwiana Sulistyaningsih (C), a former Indonesian domestic helper, is greeted by her supporters outside a district court in Hong Kong February 27, 2015. Former beautician Law Wan-tung, 44, a mother of two, was found guilty of 18 of 20 charges including grievous bodily harm and violence against Sulistyaningsih and two other maids, also from Indonesia. She is due to be sentenced on Friday. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLK1
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLJZ
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung, former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung, former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTR4KLJU
January 08, 2015
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Hong Kong, China
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district...
Law Wan-tung,former employer of Indonesian domestic helper Erwiana Sulistyaningsih, leaves the district court in Hong Kong January 8, 2015. Law faces 20 charges, including inflicting grievous bodily harm, assault, and criminal intimidation. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-REFUGEES/ABUSE
RTR486X9
September 29, 2014
A sign reads "European Homecare - Social Service" at the entrance of an abandoned office park used as...
Essen, Germany
Sign at entrance of temporary home for asylum seekers in Essen
A sign reads "European Homecare - Social Service" at the entrance of an abandoned office park used as a temporary home for some 400 asylum seekers in the western German city of Essen September 29, 2014. The German government on Monday condemned suspected cases of abuse against refugees in which asylum-seekers were maltreated by security guards and even forced to lie in a bed filled with vomit. Authorties in North Rhine-Westphalia state are investigating six security guards who are facing charges of bodily harm. They have interviewed about 96 of the 700 refugees at the centres in the western state where the guards were stationed. The private firm handling security was fired. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-REFUGEES/ABUSE
RTR486WM
September 29, 2014
Refugees from Serbia and Albania play with a ball in the parking lot of an abandoned office park temporarily...
Essen, Germany
Refugees from Serbia and Albania play with a ball in the parking lot of temporary home for asylum seekers...
Refugees from Serbia and Albania play with a ball in the parking lot of an abandoned office park temporarily used as a home for asylum seekers in the western German city of Essen September 29, 2014. The German government on Monday condemned suspected cases of abuse against refugees in which asylum-seekers were maltreated by security guards and even forced to lie in a bed filled with vomit. Authorties in North Rhine-Westphalia state are investigating six security guards who are facing charges of bodily harm. They have interviewed about 96 of the 700 refugees at the centres in the western state where the guards were stationed. The private firm handling security was fired. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-REFUGEES/ABUSE
RTR486WE
September 29, 2014
A Serbian asylum seeker stands in the hallway of a temporary home for asylum seekers in the grounds of...
Essen, Germany
A Serbian asylum seeker is seen in the hallway of temporary home for asylum seekers in Essen
A Serbian asylum seeker stands in the hallway of a temporary home for asylum seekers in the grounds of an abandoned office park in the western German city of Essen September 29, 2014. The German government on Monday condemned suspected cases of abuse against refugees in which asylum-seekers were maltreated by security guards and even forced to lie in a bed filled with vomit. Authorties in North Rhine-Westphalia state are investigating six security guards who are facing charges of bodily harm. They have interviewed about 96 of the 700 refugees at the centres in the western state where the guards were stationed. The private firm handling security was fired. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTX17NLI
January 21, 2014
Police bring a woman (C) suspected of abusing her Indonesian maids to her apartment to collect evidence...
Hong Kong, China
Police bring a woman suspected of abusing her Indonesian maids to her apartment to collect evidence for...
Police bring a woman (C) suspected of abusing her Indonesian maids to her apartment to collect evidence for an investigation into the case in Hong Kong January 21, 2014. The Hong Kong woman was arrested on Monday on suspicion of abusing her Indonesian maids in the case that has sparked widespread outrage and drawn fresh attention to the risks faced by the migrant community. A housewife surnamed Law, 44, was arrested at the airport when she was trying to leave for Thailand, Hong Kong police said at a briefing. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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YEMEN/
RTR2ZG0H
March 16, 2012
An Ethiopian migrant shows torture wounds he received from traffickers as he waits to be repatriated...
HARADH, Yemen
An Ethiopian migrant shows torture wounds he received from traffickers as he waits to be repatriated...
An Ethiopian migrant shows torture wounds he received from traffickers as he waits to be repatriated at a transit center in the western Yemeni town of Haradh, on the border with Saudi Arabia March 16, 2012. Some 12,000 migrants, mostly from the Horn of Africa, are stranded in Haradh, which they use as a stepping stone to reach Saudi Arabia, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Last week, local media reported atrocities committed against migrants by trafficking gangs which kidnap migrants for ransom from their families in the Gulf Arab states. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CIVIL UNREST)
BREAST-IMPLANTS/MAS
RTR2X73F
February 02, 2012
THIS PICTURE IS 1 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT "BREAST-IMPLANTS/MAS". SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM...
Nice, France
To match Special Report BREAST-IMPLANTS/MAS
THIS PICTURE IS 1 OF 10 TO ACCOMPANY SPECIAL REPORT "BREAST-IMPLANTS/MAS". SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "MAS" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP400-409)

A defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) is seen near surgical instruments after being removed from a patient by plastic surgeon Denis Boucq (L) in a clinic in Nice December 21, 2011. In the nearly two years since French police raided a factory run by French entrepreneur Jean-Claude Mas, the cheap silicone used in his company's fake breasts has continued to leach into women's bodies. In France 1,262 of the roughly 300,000 breast implants the company sold worldwide have split open. PIP has been closed down, Mas has been arrested and put under investigation for alleged bodily harm, and French and European safety regulators have been thrust into an uncomfortable spotlight. Picture taken December 21, 2011. To match Special Report BREAST-IMPLANTS/MAS REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYTU
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon holds one of the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon holds a silicone gel breast implant manufactured by PIP that she had to have removed, during an...
Claudia Rolon holds one of the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYTR
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with the defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon holds a bag with a defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by PIP that she had to have...
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with the defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYTP
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon holds one of the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon holds one of the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by PIP that she had to have removed,...
Claudia Rolon holds one of the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYTG
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by PIP that she had to...
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYTA
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon looks at her breasts during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon looks at her breasts during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts...
Claudia Rolon looks at her breasts during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Claudia had defective silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) removed. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYT5
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon shows the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon shows the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by PIP, during an interview with Reuters in...
Claudia Rolon shows the silicone gel breast implants manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2WYT3
January 27, 2012
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant, manufactured by PIP, during an interview...
Claudia Rolon holds a bag with her defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese (PIP), that she had to have removed, during an interview with Reuters at her home in La Matanza, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-IMPLANTS/
RTR2WXRV
January 27, 2012
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside...
Marseille, France
Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts...
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts in Marseille after being heard by a judge January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-IMPLANTS/
RTR2WXRU
January 27, 2012
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside...
Marseille, France
Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts...
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts in Marseille after being heard by a judge January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-IMPLANTS/
RTR2WXRT
January 27, 2012
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside...
Marseille, France
Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts...
Alexandra Blachere, head of the association of PIP implant users in France, speaks to the media outside the courts in Marseille after being heard by a judge January 27, 2012. Jean-Claude Mas, the Frenchman who sparked a global health scare by selling substandard breast implants, was released from police custody on Friday and faces a charge of causing bodily harm, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
AFGHANISTAN-GIRL/
RTR2VRGN
December 31, 2011
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution speaks to the media on a hospital...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution speaks to the media on a hospital...
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution speaks to the media on a hospital bed in Kabul December 31, 2011. Sahar Gul, 15, was brutally tortured, beaten and locked in a toilet by her husband's family for months after she refused to become a prostitute, officials said on Saturday. She was in critical condition when she was rescued from a house in northern Baghlan province last week, and doctors said her recovery could take weeks. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
AFGHANISTAN-GIRL/
RTR2VRFO
December 31, 2011
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution lies on a hospital bed in Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution lies on a hospital bed in Kabul...
An Afghan girl who was tortured for months after refusing prostitution lies on a hospital bed in Kabul December 31, 2011. Sahar Gul, 15, was brutally tortured, beaten and locked in a toilet by her husband's family for months after she refused to become a prostitute, officials said on Saturday. She was in critical condition when she was rescued from a house in northern Baghlan province last week, and doctors said her recovery could take weeks. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2QWQM
September 07, 2011
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial...
Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves Zurich courthouse
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial from today for sexual harassment, sexual acts on a minor and causing bodily harm. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLANDCONFLICT SOCIETY - Tags: CRIME LAW PROFILE HEADSHOT) CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2QWQL
September 07, 2011
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial...
Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves Zurich courthouse
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial from today for sexual harassment, sexual acts on a minor and causing bodily harm. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLANDCONFLICT SOCIETY - Tags: CRIME LAW PROFILE HEADSHOT) CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2QWQK
September 07, 2011
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial...
Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves Zurich courthouse
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial from today for sexual harassment, sexual acts on a minor and causing bodily harm. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLANDCONFLICT SOCIETY - Tags: CRIME LAW PROFILE) CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2QWQJ
September 07, 2011
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial...
Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves Zurich courthouse
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial from today for sexual harassment, sexual acts on a minor and causing bodily harm. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLANDCONFLICT SOCIETY - Tags: CRIME LAW PROFILE) CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2QWQH
September 07, 2011
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial...
Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves Zurich courthouse
Swiss millionaire Carl Hirschmann leaves a Zurich courthouse September 7, 2011. Hirschmann is on trial from today for sexual harassment, sexual acts on a minor and causing bodily harm. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLANDCONFLICT SOCIETY - Tags: CRIME LAW PROFILE) CONFLICT SOCIETY)
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GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HKBK
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HKBA
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK94
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK93
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' and her lawyer Oliver Wallasch wait...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' and her lawyer Oliver Wallasch wait for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK91
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK8Z
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK85
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK83
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' waits for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' waits for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK80
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' arrives for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK7Y
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK7V
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' arrives for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HK7U
August 26, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' arrives for verdict announcement in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the announcement of the verdict in her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 26, 2010. A German pop singer who confessed to knowingly exposing two men to the risk of HIV after finding out she had the virus herself was convicted by a court on Thursday of grievous bodily harm. Benaissa was given a two-year suspended sentence. Prosecutors had sought a lenient suspended sentence because Benaissa had confessed and expressed remorse. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT IMAGES THE DAY)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPO
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPE
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP8
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP5
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP2
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' is surrounded by media as she awaits...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits continuation of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' is surrounded by media as she awaits the continuation of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP1
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOW
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOT
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOI
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters courtroom for her trial in Darmstadt
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPL
August 24, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTXSCYB
August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY/
RTXSCYA
August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTXSCY8
August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
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