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SPAIN/
RTX15ENE 
November 15, 2013 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin (L) sits with her parents Luis Martin and Isabel Hernandez (R) inside a court... 
Girona, Spain 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin sits with her parents attend trial over noise pollution claims in Girona 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin (L) sits with her parents Luis Martin and Isabel Hernandez (R) inside a court room to face the last day of their trial over noise pollution claims in Girona, near Barcelona, November 15, 2013. Martin, a 27-year-old concert pianist, is accused of causing her neighbour Sonia Bosom psychological damage for playing the piano five days a week in eight-hour daily practice sessions between 2003 and 2007 while she was studying at a music college. Martin and her parents now face a prison sentence for up to seven years for noise pollution and an added six months for psychological damage and a 20,000 euro fine. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX15END 
November 15, 2013 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin (R) stands with her parents Luis Martin and Isabel Hernandez (C) before entering... 
Girona, Spain 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin stands with her parents for their trial over noise pollution claims in Girona... 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin (R) stands with her parents Luis Martin and Isabel Hernandez (C) before entering the court room to face the last day of their trial over noise pollution claims in Girona, near Barcelona, November 15, 2013. Martin, a 27-year-old concert pianist, is accused of causing her neighbour Sonia Bosom psychological damage for playing the piano five days a week in eight-hour daily practice sessions between 2003 and 2007 while she was studying at a music college. Martin and her parents now face a prison sentence for up to seven years for noise pollution and an added six months for psychological damage and a 20,000 euro fine. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SPAIN/
RTX15ENA 
November 15, 2013 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin smiles before entering the court room to face the last day of her trial over... 
Girona, Spain 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin smiles before entering the court room in Girona 
Spanish pianist Laia Martin smiles before entering the court room to face the last day of her trial over noise pollution claims in Girona, near Barcelona, November 15, 2013. Martin, a 27-year-old concert pianist, is accused of causing her neighbour Sonia Bosom psychological damage for playing the piano five days a week in eight-hour daily practice sessions between 2003 and 2007 while she was studying at a music college. Martin and her parents now face a prison sentence for up to seven years for noise pollution and an added six months for psychological damage and a 20,000 euro fine. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
TRINIDAD/
RTR34UHE 
July 11, 2012 
A member of the Highway Re-route Movement clutches a Bible to her bosom as she prays during the group's... 
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago 
Member of Highway Re-route Movement clutches Bible to her bosom as she prays during group's sit-down... 
A member of the Highway Re-route Movement clutches a Bible to her bosom as she prays during the group's sit-down protest and fast outside the Prime Minister's office in St. Clair, Port-of-Spain June 28, 2012. The group, which is against the route chosen by the state for a highway from San Fernando to Point Fortin, had their base camp at Debe, 5km (3 miles) south of San Fernando, demolished by soldiers on June 27. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva (TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION) 
USA/
RTR2CY7Y 
April 18, 2010 
Actor Tom Hanks accepts his award for the television show "Bosom Buddies" during the 8th Annual TV Land... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Actor Tom Hanks accepts his award for the television show "Bosom Buddies" during the 8th Annual TV Land... 
Actor Tom Hanks accepts his award for the television show "Bosom Buddies" during the 8th Annual TV Land Awards in Los Angeles, California April 17, 2010. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
USA/
RTR2CY7V 
April 18, 2010 
Actors Tom Hanks (L), Holland Taylor (C) and Telma Hopkins accept their awards for the television show... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Actors Hanks, Taylor and Hopkins accept their awards for the television show "Bosom Buddies' during the... 
Actors Tom Hanks (L), Holland Taylor (C) and Telma Hopkins accept their awards for the television show "Bosom Buddies" during the 8th Annual TV Land Awards in Los Angeles, California April 17, 2010. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SFD0 
August 01, 2007 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference demanding for... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference in Seoul 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference demanding for the safe return of the hostages in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul August 1, 2007. Afghanistan's Taliban set a fresh deadline of 0730 GMT Wednesday to free prisoners of the insurgent group in exchange for the lives of 21 South Korean hostages, a demand the Afghan government has rejected. The banners read (from L to R), "UN Secretary-General, please save our children as a humanitarian point of view", "We want to have our children in our bosom" and "Taliban! You also have families, don't you? Please send our children back home". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SFCW 
August 01, 2007 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference demanding for... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference in Seoul 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan cry during a news conference demanding for the safe return of the hostages in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul August 1, 2007. Afghanistan's Taliban set a fresh deadline of 0730 GMT Wednesday to free prisoners of the insurgent group in exchange for the lives of 21 South Korean hostages, a demand the Afghan government has rejected. The banner reads, "We want to have our children in our bosom". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
AFGHAN-HOSTAGES/
RTR1SFCK 
August 01, 2007 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan react during a news conference demanding... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan react during a news conference demanding... 
Family members of the kidnapped South Koreans in Afghanistan react during a news conference demanding the safe return of the hostages in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul August 1, 2007. Afghanistan's Taliban set a fresh deadline of 0730 GMT Wednesday to free prisoners of the insurgent group in exchange for the lives of 21 South Korean hostages, a demand the Afghan government has rejected. The banner reads: "We want to have our children in our bosom". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
PEOPLE SAFRICA FASSIE
RTRJ4EX 
May 09, 2004 
A March 28 1999 file photo shows South African artist Brenda Fassie performing in Soweto. Fassie was... 
Soweto, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
FILE PHOTO OF BRENDA FASSIE. 
A March 28 1999 file photo shows South African artist Brenda Fassie performing in Soweto. Fassie was the wild child of South African pop - her temper tantrums, drug abuse and sexual antics ensured she was rarely out of the tabloid gaze. Hailed by Time magazine as 'The Madonna of the Townships,' Fassie stormed into South African charts - and onto international airwaves - in 1984 with the hit 'Weekend Special'. Fassie, who died in hospital on Sunday, quickly gained renown for a savage temper and scandalous antics on and off-stage. In 2001, she preceded Janet Jackson's bare-bosom stunt when her breasts popped out a U.S. concert and an unabashed Fassie allegedly proclaimed: "This is Africa!" REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya JDP 
BUCHAN
RTXL68E 
March 27, 2002 
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photo of British romantic novelist Elizabeth Buchan, March 27, 2002.... 
London, UK 
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photo of British romantic novelist Elizabeth Buchan, March 27, 200..... 
-UNDATED FILE PHOTO- Undated file photo of British romantic novelist Elizabeth Buchan, March 27, 2002. Buchan said that the romantic novel is alive and well and does not deserve to be ridiculed as a haven for heaving bosoms and handsome heros. 
PEOPLE SAFRICA FASSIE
RTRJ4FC 
December 11, 2001 
A December 11, 2001 file photo shows South African singer Brenda Fassie performing in Nairobi. Fassie... 
Nairobi, Kenya - Republic of 
FILE PHOTO OF SOUTH AFRICAN ARTIST BRENDA FASSIE PERFORMING IN NAIROBI. 
A December 11, 2001 file photo shows South African singer Brenda Fassie performing in Nairobi. Fassie was the wild child of South African pop - her temper tantrums, drug abuse and sexual antics ensured she was rarely out of the tabloid gaze. Hailed by Time magazine as 'The Madonna of the Townships,' Fassie stormed into South African charts - and onto international airwaves - in 1984 with the hit 'Weekend Special'. Fassie, who died in hospital on Sunday, quickly gained renown for a savage temper and scandalous antics on and off-stage. In 2001, she preceded Janet Jackson's bare-bosom stunt when her breasts popped out a U.S. concert and an unabashed Fassie allegedly proclaimed: "This is Africa!" REUTERS/Antony Njuguna JDP 
THAILAND
RTR10CDL 
September 14, 2000 
An beauty salong artist paints the Sydney Olympics logo on a client's bosom in Bangkok September 14,... 
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of 
OLYMPIC LOGO IS PAINTED ON THAI WOMAN'S BOSOM IN BANGKOK. 
An beauty salong artist paints the Sydney Olympics logo on a client's bosom in Bangkok September 14, 2000 as Olympic fever grips Thailand. The recent popularity of body painting in Thailand has generated unexpected income for beauty saloons, which are mushrooming in the capital.

VP/JD 
HEALTH CHINA
RTR1B0Y 
February 16, 2000 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-HEALTH-CHINA - A Chinese doctor checks his patients at a Beijing hospital.... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE DOCTOR CHECKS PATIENTS AT A BEIJING HOSPITAL. 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-HEALTH-CHINA - A Chinese doctor checks his patients at a Beijing hospital. The burden of providing free medical care to Chinese citizens has proven too great that China is aiming to wean its people from the bosom of that state by setting up an urban medical insurance system covering 50 million workers this year. Picture taken MAR99.

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