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BELGIUM/
RTXJY87 
May 20, 2009 
A man walks past a portrait of Belgian artist Rene Magritte ahead of the official opening of the Magritte... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A man walks past a portrait of Belgian artist Rene Magritte in Brussels 
A man walks past a portrait of Belgian artist Rene Magritte ahead of the official opening of the Magritte Museum in Brussels, May 20, 2009. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM SOCIETY) 
ISRAEL/
RTXE57S 
April 19, 2009 
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth walks past photographs at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth walks past photographs at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem... 
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth walks past photographs at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem April 19, 2009. Israel on Monday night marks the annual memorial day commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust during World War Two. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT) 
ISRAEL/
RTXE57M 
April 19, 2009 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth stand in front of a picture at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth stand in front of a picture at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in... 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youth stand in front of a picture at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem April 19, 2009. Israel on Monday night marks the annual memorial day commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in the Holocaust during World War Two. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTXDAGV 
March 27, 2009 
Juggler Kris Kremo performs during a rehearsal for a new show by Swiss National Circus Knie in the town... 
Rapperswil, Switzerland 
Juggler Kremo performs during a rehearsal for a new show by Swiss National Circus Knie in Rapperswil 
Juggler Kris Kremo performs during a rehearsal for a new show by Swiss National Circus Knie in the town of Rapperswil, east of Zurich, March 27, 2009. Circus Knie starts its 2009 tour later today. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
DRUGS-UN/MORALES
RTXCNQ1 
March 11, 2009 
A woman picks up a bag of coca leaves at a table during a campaign to support Bolivian President Evo... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A woman picks up a bag of coca leaves at a table in a main square in La Paz 
A woman picks up a bag of coca leaves at a table during a campaign to support Bolivian President Evo Morales' stand on coca leaves, in a main square in La Paz March 11, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama should recognise traditional uses of the coca leaf because not all production becomes cocaine, Morales said on Wednesday. Morales, a former coca farmer, also called on participants at a United Nations drug policy meeting in Vienna to lift a ban on coca for some uses. The banner in the background reads "Coca: culture, dignity and freedom". REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA SOCIETY POLITICS) 
BOLIVIA-MORALES/
RTR23PLF 
January 21, 2009 
A Bolivian indigenous woman walks past an electoral advertisement in El Alto, January 21, 2009. Bolivians... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
A Bolivian indigenous woman walks past an electoral advertisement in El Alto 
A Bolivian indigenous woman walks past an electoral advertisement in El Alto, January 21, 2009. Bolivians vote on Sunday for a new constitution for the impoverished South American country. Leftist President Evo Morales, who took office in 2006, has pushed for changes to the constitution to let him run for a second consecutive term and give Bolivia's indigenous majority more political leverage. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
GERMANY-AUSCHWITZ/
RTXAF04 
November 09, 2008 
An ultra-Orthodox Jew stands in front of a photograph depicting the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, at... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Ultra-Orthodox Jew stands in front of photograph depicting Auschwitz in Jerusalem 
An ultra-Orthodox Jew stands in front of a photograph depicting the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem November 9, 2008. The original construction plans believed used for a major expansion of the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz in 1941 have been found in a Berlin flat, Germany's Bild newspaper reported on Saturday. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM) 
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX9R6R 
October 21, 2008 
Bolivian deputies attend a congress session in La Paz, October 20, 2008. Leftist Bolivian President Evo... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian deputies attend a congress session in La Paz 
Bolivian deputies attend a congress session in La Paz, October 20, 2008. Leftist Bolivian President Evo Morales reached a deal with rival politicians that would pave the way for a new constitution after he led a march of tens of thousands of mainly Indian supporters on Congress on Monday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX9NYC 
October 17, 2008 
Bolivian indigenous take a break from a protest march in Ayo Ayo somo 80 km south of La Paz, October... 
Ayo Ayo, Bolivia 
Bolivian indigenous take a break from a protest march in Ayo Ayo 
Bolivian indigenous take a break from a protest march in Ayo Ayo somo 80 km south of La Paz, October 17, 2008. Thousands of supporters of Bolivian President Evo Morales march towards La Paz to pressure congressmen for a referendum vote to approve a new constitution. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX8UDS 
September 23, 2008 
A Bolivian indigenous woman protests in front of the San Pedro jail where Pando province governor Leopoldo... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian indigenous woman protests in front of the San Pedro jail in La Paz 
A Bolivian indigenous woman protests in front of the San Pedro jail where Pando province governor Leopoldo Fernandez is held since his arrest, in La Paz September 23, 2008. Leaders from several South American nations will meet in New York this week to discuss resolving the political crisis in impoverished Bolivia. REUERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
FINANCIAL/EXCHANGES
RTR2220P 
September 19, 2008 
Actors in bowler hats are silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television... 
London, United Kingdom 
Actors in bowler hats are silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during filming of a television... 
Actors in bowler hats are silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television programme in central London September 19, 2008. Regulators brought in rules on Friday to prevent investors profiting from falling financial stocks, helping fuel a furious rally in banks and other stocks battered by the deepening global credit crisis. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
FINANCIAL/EXCHANGES
RTR221ZT 
September 19, 2008 
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television... 
London, United Kingdom 
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television... 
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television programme in central London September 19, 2008. Regulators brought in rules on Friday to prevent investors profiting from falling financial stocks, helping fuel a furious rally in banks and other stocks battered by the deepening global credit crisis. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR221ZK 
September 19, 2008 
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television... 
London, United Kingdom 
An actor is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television programme... 
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television programme in central London September 19, 2008. Regulators brought in rules on Friday to prevent investors profiting from falling financial stocks, helping fuel a furious rally in banks and other stocks battered by the deepening global credit crisis. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR2217H 
September 18, 2008 
Supporters of President Evo Morales shout slogans against Pando's governor Leopoldo Fernadez outside... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Supporters of President Evo Morales shout slogans against Pando's governor Leopoldo Fernadez outside... 
Supporters of President Evo Morales shout slogans against Pando's governor Leopoldo Fernadez outside a justice court in La Paz September 18, 2008. Eastern Bolivia erupted in violent anti-Morales protests last week and the president declared martial law in the remote region of Pando and arrested its governor, Leopoldo Fernandez. The attorney general said Fernandez, a member of the rightist Podemos opposition party, would be investigated on accusations of genocide in the case of 15 pro-Morales peasants who were killed on Thursday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX8GD4 
September 05, 2008 
Bolivian indigenous women attend a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz,September 5,... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian indigenous women attend ceremony in front of presidential palace in La Paz 
Bolivian indigenous women attend a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz,September 5, 2008. The indigenous people were paying tribute to Aymara leader Bartolina Sisa who led an uprising against the Spanish during the 18th century. She was executed on September 5, 1782. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-RECALL-VOTE/
RTR20VI1 
August 10, 2008 
A Bolivian woman wearing a bowler hat and a man, wearing a t-shirt depicting U.S. rapper Eminem, wait... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
A Bolivian woman with a bowler hat and a man wearing a t-shirt depicting U.S. rapper Eminem wait in... 
A Bolivian woman wearing a bowler hat and a man, wearing a t-shirt depicting U.S. rapper Eminem, wait in line for their turn to cast ballots for a nationwide recall vote in El Alto, near La Paz, August 10, 2008.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BRITAIN/
RTX80KK 
July 17, 2008 
A man wearing a bowler hat cycles during the morning rush-hour in central London July 17, 2008. REUTERS/Toby... 
London, United Kingdom 
A man wearing a bowler hat cycles during the morning rush-hour in central London 
A man wearing a bowler hat cycles during the morning rush-hour in central London July 17, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX5U4Q 
May 17, 2008 
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian cholitas from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz 
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Illimani group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz May 17, 2008. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX5U4M 
May 17, 2008 
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian cholitas from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz 
Bolivian cholitas (Andean women) from Morenada Eloy Salmon group perform during a "Gran Poder" parade in La Paz May 17, 2008. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
EU-LATINAMERICA/
RTX5SX5 
May 16, 2008 
Bolivian women gather before the closing ceremony of the People's Summit, the alternative summit to the... 
Lima, Peru 
Bolivian women gather before closing ceremony of People's Summit in Lima 
Bolivian women gather before the closing ceremony of the People's Summit, the alternative summit to the European Union-Latin America and Caribbean Summit (EU-Latam), at a local university in Lima May 16, 2008. The summit was attended by members of the Indigenous communities of Andean countries. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU) FOR BEST QUALITY also see: GF2E53O1DKS01 
BRITAIN/
RTX5OZX 
May 14, 2008 
Men wearing bowler hats and carrying umbrellas at a military parade in London May 11, 2008. REUTERS/Kevin... 
London, United Kingdom 
Men wearing bowler hats and carrying umbrellas at a military parade 
Men wearing bowler hats and carrying umbrellas at a military parade in London May 11, 2008. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR1Y0OW 
March 07, 2008 
Bolivian indigenous woman Felipa walks through a mound of mine tailings where she works separating rocks... 
Potosi, Bolivia 
Bolivian indigenous woman Felipa looks for valuable metals in mine tailings in Potosi 
Bolivian indigenous woman Felipa walks through a mound of mine tailings where she works separating rocks that she believes contain commercial quantities of silver, tin or zinc on the slopes of the Cerro Rico mountain, famous as the world's largest silver deposit, in Potosi February 27, 2008. Felipa, one of the many "palliris" (ore selectors in Quechua) in Potosi that recycle the mountains of tailings for traces of the metals to sell, began the difficult job 23 years ago when her miner husband died of lung disease, leaving her with nine children to raise. Forced to learn to recognize each type of metal by sight, Felipa works long days in the deep cold and strong winds common at more than 4,200 mts (13,780 feet) above sea level to earn about $200 each month. Picture taken February 27. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BRITAIN/
RTX7YL 
November 11, 2007 
War veterans take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony on Armistice Day at Whitehall in central... 
London, United Kingdom 
War veterans take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony in London 
War veterans take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony on Armistice Day at Whitehall in central London November 11, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR1SMDL 
August 08, 2007 
Two performers from the Eyeball Theatre Company, dressed in orange bodysuits, look at their mobile phone... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Two performers dressed in orange bodysuits from the Eyeball Theatre Company look at their mobile phone... 
Two performers from the Eyeball Theatre Company, dressed in orange bodysuits, look at their mobile phone as they walk through the Royal Mile street during the Edinburgh International Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland August 8, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR1SMDK 
August 08, 2007 
Two performers from the Eyeball Theatre Company, dressed in orange bodysuits, pose for photographs as... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Two performers from the Eyeball Theatre Company pose for photographs as they walk down the Royal Mile... 
Two performers from the Eyeball Theatre Company, dressed in orange bodysuits, pose for photographs as they walk down the Royal Mile during the Edinburgh International Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland August 8, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR1RYFJ 
July 17, 2007 
An indigenous Bolivian woman walks near soldiers during clashes in El Alto, near La Paz July 17, 2007.... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
An indigenous Bolivian woman walks near soldiers during clashes in El Alto 
An indigenous Bolivian woman walks near soldiers during clashes in El Alto, near La Paz July 17, 2007. Hundreds of independents miners clashed with military and police combined forces on Tuesday. The miners want the leftist government of President Evo Morales to scrap a series of laws and decrees that strengthen state mining company COMIBOL (Corporacion Minera de Bolivia). REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-BEAUTY/PLAITS
RTR1RUSV 
July 14, 2007 
A contestants in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A contestant in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant twirls during her presentation in La Paz 
A contestants in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous women, twirls during her presentation in La Paz July 13, 2007. The winner of the pageant, which seeks to instill pride in indigenous women who choose to wear the traditional dress of wide skirt, bowler hat and long plaited hair, was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said on Saturday. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-BEAUTY/PLAITS
RTR1RUSU 
July 14, 2007 
Mariela Molinedo, winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Mariela Molinedo, winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, holds up her winner's plaque in La... 
Mariela Molinedo, winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous women, holds up her winner's plaque in La Paz July 13, 2007. Molinedo was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges of the pageant, which seeks to instill pride in indigenous women who choose to wear the traditional dress of wide skirt, bowler hat and long plaited hair, noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said on Saturday. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-BEAUTY/PLAITS
RTR1RUSR 
July 14, 2007 
Mariela Molinedo (L), winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest... 
Brazil 
Mariela Molinedo, winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, receives winner's sash in La Paz 
Mariela Molinedo (L), winner of the Miss Cholita Pacena 2007 pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous women, receives the winner's sash from Gabriela Morales, outgoing Miss Cholita 2006, in La Paz July 13, 2007. Molinedo was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges of the pageant, which seeks to instill pride in indigenous women who choose to wear the traditional dress of wide skirt, bowler hat and long plaited hair, noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said on Saturday. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-BEAUTY/PLAITS
RTR1RUSL 
July 14, 2007 
Contestants in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Contestants in Miss Cholita Pacena pageant twirl during their presentations in La Paz 
Contestants in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous women, twirl during their presentations in La Paz July 13, 2007. The winner of the pageant, which seeks to instill pride in indigenous women who choose to wear the traditional dress of wide skirt, bowler hat and long plaited hair, was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said on Saturday. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-BEAUTY/PLAITS
RTR1RUSG 
July 14, 2007 
A contestant in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous... 
Brazil 
Contestant in Miss Cholita Pacena pageant twirls during her presentation in La Paz 
A contestant in the Miss Cholita Pacena pageant, a popular Bolivian beauty contest for Andean indigenous women, twirls during her presentation in La Paz July 13, 2007. The winner of the pageant, which seeks to instill pride in indigenous women who choose to wear the traditional dress of wide skirt, bowler hat and long plaited hair, was stripped of her title moments after her coronation when judges noticed she was wearing false plaits, organizers said on Saturday. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA) 
USA-CHRISTIES/
RTR1Q1ZE 
May 24, 2007 
Actor Stan Laurel's iconic black bowler hat sits on display with other items during a preview of the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Actor Laurel's iconic black bowler hat sits on display at Christie's in New York 
Actor Stan Laurel's iconic black bowler hat sits on display with other items during a preview of the auction "Film and Entertainment Memorabilia" at Christie's auction house in New York, May 24, 2007. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) 
MUSIC-LATVIA/
RTR1PB54 
May 03, 2007 
Neil Francis Tennant of British pop group "Pet Shop Boys" performs on stage in Riga May 3, 2007. REUTERS/Ints... 
Riga, Latvia 
Neil Francis Tennant of British pop group 'Pet Shop Boys' perfoms on stage in Riga 
Neil Francis Tennant of British pop group "Pet Shop Boys" performs on stage in Riga May 3, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA) 
USA/
RTR1O61Y 
April 01, 2007 
Heart of Texas Snake Handlers' Jack Bibby kisses a coiled rattlesnake during a performance at the Taylor... 
Taylor, UNITED STATES 
Heart of Texas Snake Handlers' Bibby kisses a coiled rattlesnake during a performance at the Taylor Rattlesnake... 
Heart of Texas Snake Handlers' Jack Bibby kisses a coiled rattlesnake during a performance at the Taylor Rattlesnake Sacking Championships in Taylor, Texas March 31, 2007. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) 
GERMANY/
RTR1NVJP 
March 24, 2007 
Otto Schmid from Schoemberg poses during the International German Beard Championships in the southern... 
SCHOEMBERG, Germany 
Schmid poses during the International German Beard Championships in the southern German village of Schoemberg... 
Otto Schmid from Schoemberg poses during the International German Beard Championships in the southern German village of Schoemberg March 24, 2007. Some 200 participants from all over Europe took part in the competition with different categories of moustaches, chin beards, whiskers and full beards. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTOU 
March 23, 2007 
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz 
A customer visits designer Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTNZ 
March 23, 2007 
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz 
A customer and a model are seen at the atelier of Veronica Diaz in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTNW 
March 23, 2007 
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz 
Customers browse at designer Veronica Diaz' atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLZ 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz 
A Bolivian vendor shows her products in El Alto outskirts of La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLX 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model is seen in an atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian "Chola" model is seen in atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model is seen in an atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLW 
March 23, 2007 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz (R) holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz, March... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz (R) holds a piece at her atelier while a model looks on, in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken in March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLT 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian "Chola" models in atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model wears traditional clothes in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTLG 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts on a hat in La Paz March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTL8 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian "Chola" model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian "Chola" (andean woman from La Paz) model puts her short cape in a atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKY 
March 23, 2007 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz 
Bolivian designer Veronica Diaz helps a model dress her atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
BOLIVIA-FASHION/
RTR1NTKV 
March 23, 2007 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz 
A Bolivian model holds a short cape at the Veronica Diaz atelier in La Paz, March 18, 2007. Bolivia's indigenous women have rediscovered pride in their traditional layer skirts and bowler hats, making them hip fashion items under the country's first Indian president, Evo Morales. The clothes, long denigrated, are suddenly cool in South America's poorest country as models strut down catwalks in glamorized designer versions of the voluminous pollera (poh-YER-ah) skirts once considered peasant garb. Picture taken March 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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March 23, 2007 
Bolivians walk past news stand with newspapers about celebrations for "Sea Day" in La Paz March 23, 2007.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Bolivians pass news stand with newspapers about celebrations for "Sea Day" in La Paz 
Bolivians walk past news stand with newspapers about celebrations for "Sea Day" in La Paz March 23, 2007. The annual "Sea Day" celebration remembers the Bolivian coast lost during a war against Chile in 1879. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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March 16, 2007 
Models display creations from the St Even collection during the Fabulosos 80's fashion week in Medellin... 
Medellin, Colombia 
Models display creations from the St Even collection during the Fabulosos 80's fashion week in Medellin... 
Models display creations from the St Even collection during the Fabulosos 80's fashion week in Medellin March 15, 2007. Picture taken March 15, 2007. REUTERS/Fredy Amariles (COLOMBIA) 
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March 06, 2007 
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of... 
El Alto local authorities stand after participating in a parade commemorating the 22nd anniversary of the founding of El Alto city March 6, 2007. El Alto has 700,000 habitants and the majority is of Aymara origin. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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March 03, 2007 
Image Awards host LL Cool J welcomes the audience at the 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Shrine... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Image Awards host LL Cool J welcomes audience at the 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Shrine auditorium... 
Image Awards host LL Cool J welcomes the audience at the 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Shrine auditorium in Los Angeles March 2, 2007. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES) 
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February 21, 2007 
An independent Bolivian miner protests in front of the San Francisco church in downtown La Paz February... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
An independent Bolivian miner protests in front of the San Francisco church in downtown La Paz 
An independent Bolivian miner protests in front of the San Francisco church in downtown La Paz February 21, 2007. Hundreds of independent miners protested over the last two weeks, demanding the government allow them to work in Huanuni, the country's largest tin mine in the southern region of Oruro. Independent miners played a major role in protests that forced President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada to step down in 2003, and last year 16 people were killed as miners fought with dynamite for control of Huanuni. Morales had vowed to raise taxes on foreign mining companies and independent miners in a bid to quadruple revenue from tin, zinc, wolfram, lead, silver and gold. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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January 04, 2007 
'The English Gents' comprising Hamish McCann (top) and Denis Lock go through their routine in the Spiegeltent... 
Sydney, Australia 
The English Gents comprising Hamish McCann and Denis Lock go through their routine in the Spiegeltent... 
'The English Gents' comprising Hamish McCann (top) and Denis Lock go through their routine in the Spiegeltent during a media call for La Clique in Sydney January 4, 2007, one of the attractions in the three-week-long Sydney Festival. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
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July 12, 2006 
An Orangeman wearing a traditional bowler hat and sash, takes part in an Orange Order parade through... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
An Orangeman wearing a traditional bowler hat and sash takes part in an Orange Order parade in Belfast... 
An Orangeman wearing a traditional bowler hat and sash, takes part in an Orange Order parade through the city centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland July 12, 2006. For the first time since 1970, British soldiers are not being deployed to assist the policing of the tens of thousands of Orangemen and supporters who are attending Northern Ireland's Twelfth of July parades. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN) 
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July 11, 2006 
Members of the Protestant Orange Order wear bowler hats and march through the centre of Belfast in this... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
To match feature IRISH-PROTESTANTS 
Members of the Protestant Orange Order wear bowler hats and march through the centre of Belfast in this July 12 file photo. It was not one of history's headline battles - it was brief and casualties were relatively light - but for Northern Ireland's Protestants the Battle of the Boyne is the cradle of their cultural identity. REUTERS/Ian Waldie/Files (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN
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June 06, 2006 
Demonstrators from the Corporate Responsibility and Trade Justice Movement Campaigns protest outside... 
London, United Kingdom 
Demonstrators from Corporate Responsibility and Trade Justice Movement Campaigns protest outside Parliament... 
Demonstrators from the Corporate Responsibility and Trade Justice Movement Campaigns protest outside Parliament in London calling for Corporate Irresponsibility to become law June 6, 2006. The demonstration takes place as the Company Law Reform Bill has its second reading in the House of Commons. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN) 
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January 29, 2006 
India' Irfan Pathan (C, facing the camera) celebrates with his team mates after completing his hat-trick... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
India' Pathan celebrates after completing his hat-trick by dismissing Pakistan's Yousuf in Karachi 
India' Irfan Pathan (C, facing the camera) celebrates with his team mates after completing his hat-trick by dismissing Pakistan's Mohammad Yousuf on the first day of the third and final test cricket match between India and Pakistan in Karachi January 29, 2006. Pathan became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the opening over of a test when he ripped through the Pakistan top order on Sunday. REUTERS/Arko Datta 
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 29, 2006 
India' Irfan Pathan (C, facing the camera) celebrates with his team mates after completing his hat-trick... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
India' Pathan celebrates after completing his hat-trick by dismissing Pakistan's Yousuf in Karachi 
India' Irfan Pathan (C, facing the camera) celebrates with his team mates after completing his hat-trick by dismissing Pakistan's Mohammad Yousuf (R) on the first day of the third and final test cricket match between India and Pakistan in Karachi January 29, 2006. Pathan became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the opening over of a test when he ripped through the Pakistan top order on Sunday. REUTERS/Arko Datta 
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 29, 2006 
India' Irfan Pathan bowls on the first day of the third and final test cricket match between India and... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
India' Pathan bowls on first day of third and final test between India and Pakistan in Karachi 
India' Irfan Pathan bowls on the first day of the third and final test cricket match between India and Pakistan in Karachi January 29, 2006. Pathan became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the opening over of a test when he ripped through the Pakistan top order on the first day of the third test on Sunday. REUTERS/Arko Datta 
SANTIAGO
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October 20, 2005 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin in... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin i..... 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin in Los Angeles October 20, 2005. The trademark bowler hat and cane used by Chaplin will be auctioned along with other Rock 'n Roll memorabilia items at Bonhams on November 16, 2005. 
SANTIAGO
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October 20, 2005 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin in... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin i..... 
Charlie Chaplin impersonator Tobias Santiago wears the bowler hat and cane used by Charlie Chaplin in Los Angeles October 20, 2005. The trademark bowler hat and cane used by Chaplin will be auctioned along with other Rock 'n Roll memorabilia items at Bonhams on November 16, 2005. 
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