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SAFRICA-DUBE/
RTR1V9Q1
October 24, 2007
A poster of the late South African reggae star Lucky Dube is seen as his band members perform during...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A poster of the late South African reggae star Lucky Dube is seen as his band members perform during...
A poster of the late South African reggae star Lucky Dube is seen as his band members perform during his memorial service in Johannesburg October 24, 2007. Dube died on October 18 after he was shot in front of his kids in a Johannesburg suburb in an apparent botched carjacking. Dube will be buried on Sunday in Newcastle, South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-DUBE/
RTR1V35R
October 19, 2007
South African reggae star Lucky Dube performs at a concert in Lagos, Nigeria, in this October 16, 2006...
Lagos, Nigeria
File photo of South African reggae star Lucky Dube performing at a concert in Lagos, Nigeria
South African reggae star Lucky Dube performs at a concert in Lagos, Nigeria, in this October 16, 2006 file picture. Gunmen have shot and killed Lucky Dube in front of his son and daughter in one of the highest-profile murders in the country, police said on October 19, 2007. Dube, 43, was killed in an apparent carjacking attempt on October 18 evening and police were searching for three suspects, police spokesman Eugene Opperman said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye/Files (NIGERIA)
VENEZUELA/ZEPPELIN
RTR1OTPD
April 19, 2007
A Zeppelin is seen after its launch in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin...
Caracas, Venezuela
A Zeppelin is seen after its launch in Caracas
A Zeppelin is seen after its launch in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin to patrol Caracas, seeking to fight crime in one of the world's most dangerous cities, but also sparking fears President Hugo Chavez could be turning into Big Brother.The airship is the first of three that will be able to beam images of hold-ups, shootings and carjackings to a command center where the Zeppelins will be remotely controlled. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
VENEZUELA/ZEPPELIN
RTR1OTPB
April 19, 2007
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin...
Caracas, Venezuela
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin to patrol Caracas, seeking to fight crime in one of the world's most dangerous cities, but also sparking fears President Hugo Chavez could be turning into Big Brother.The airship is the first of three that will be able to beam images of hold-ups, shootings and carjackings to a command center where the Zeppelins will be remotely controlled. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
VENEZUELA/ZEPPELIN
RTR1OTPA
April 19, 2007
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin...
Caracas, Venezuela
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin to patrol Caracas, seeking to fight crime in one of the world's most dangerous cities, but also sparking fears President Hugo Chavez could be turning into Big Brother.The airship is the first of three that will be able to beam images of hold-ups, shootings and carjackings to a command center where the Zeppelins will be remotely controlled. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
VENEZUELA/ZEPPELIN
RTR1OTP6
April 19, 2007
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin...
Caracas, Venezuela
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas
Workers prepare to launch a Zeppelin in Caracas April 19, 2007. Venezuela on Thursday launched a Zeppelin to patrol Caracas, seeking to fight crime in one of the world's most dangerous cities, but also sparking fears President Hugo Chavez could be turning into Big Brother.The airship is the first of three that will be able to beam images of hold-ups, shootings and carjackings to a command center where the Zeppelins will be remotely controlled. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
CRIME-SHOOTING/
RTR1ODNC
April 06, 2007
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle that captured...
Newark, UNITED STATES
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle in Branchburg
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle that captured bank robbery suspect Francisco Herrera-Genao attempted to carjack in Branchburg, New Jersey April 6, 2007. An FBI agent was killed during an attempt to stop the bank robbery. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
CRIME-SHOOTING/
RTR1ODN6
April 06, 2007
A New Jersey State Police crime scene investigator photographs a vehicle that captured bank robbery suspect...
Newark, UNITED STATES
A New Jersey State Police crime scene investigator photographs a vehicle in Branchburg
A New Jersey State Police crime scene investigator photographs a vehicle that captured bank robbery suspect Francisco Herrera-Genao attempted to carjack in Branchburg, New Jersey April 6, 2007. An FBI agent was killed during an attempt to stop the bank robbery. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
CRIME-SHOOTING/
RTR1ODMS
April 06, 2007
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle that captured...
Branchburg, UNITED STATES
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle in Branchburg
New Jersey State Police crime scene investigators search for fingerprints on a vehicle that captured bank robbery suspect Francisco Herrera-Genao attempted to carjack in Branchburg, New Jersey April 6, 2007. An FBI agent was killed during an attempt to stop the bank robbery. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD45
February 13, 2007
A Brazilian policeman takes up position inside a police armoured car during an operation against drug...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A Brazilian policeman takes up position inside police armoured car during an operation against drug gangs...
A Brazilian policeman takes up position inside a police armoured car during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD40
February 13, 2007
Brazilian policemen take positions during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policemen take positions during operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio...
Brazilian policemen take positions during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD3V
February 13, 2007
Brazilian policemen take positions during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policemen take positions during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio...
Brazilian policemen take positions during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD3S
February 13, 2007
Brazilian policemen leave after an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policemen leave after operation against drug gangs in Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian policemen leave after an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD3K
February 13, 2007
A Brazilian policeman walks during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A Brazilian policeman walks during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro...
A Brazilian policeman walks during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD3I
February 13, 2007
Residents of the Grota slum protest over the death of a man they blame on police who carried out a raid...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents of the Grota slum protest over death of man they blame on police in the Rio de Janeiro neighbourhood...
Residents of the Grota slum protest over the death of a man they blame on police who carried out a raid against drug traffickers in the Rio de Janeiro neighbourhood, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD38
February 13, 2007
A Brazilian policeman takes up position during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policeman takes up position during operation against drug gangs in Fazendinha slum of Rio de...
A Brazilian policeman takes up position during an operation against drug gangs in the Fazendinha slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD2Z
February 13, 2007
Residents protest near a body against police operation in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents protest near a body against police operation in Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro
Residents protest near a body against police operation in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD2W
February 13, 2007
Residents protest next to a body against police operation in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents protest against police operation in Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro
Residents protest next to a body against police operation in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD2Q
February 13, 2007
Brazilian policemen recover a body during an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policemen recover a body during an operation against drug gangs in Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro...
Brazilian policemen recover a body during an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1MD2M
February 13, 2007
Brazilian policemen recover a body during an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian policemen recover body during operation against drug gangs in Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian policemen recover a body during an operation against drug gangs in the Grota slum of Rio de Janeiro, February 13, 2007. Gun battles between drug gangs, vigilantes and police in Rio de Janeiro kill dozens every month, but it was the gruesome murder of a small boy by carjackers last week that triggered widespread condemnation of the endless bloodshed. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
KENYA-CRIME\
RTR1MAZ1
February 12, 2007
A Kenyan looks out from a shop window at the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with...
Nairobi, Kenya
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE KENYA-CRIME
A Kenyan looks out from a shop window at the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with police in Nairobi August 29, 2006. Nairobi, the capital of east Africa's richest economy, has been known as "Nairobbery" for decades and carjackings, armed robberies and burglaries have long been a fact of life. Even now, Kenya has far fewer murders than South Africa, one of the most violent countries on earth. But a wave of cold-blooded killings, many in daylight, over the last three months have rung new alarm bells. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE KENYA-CRIME REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
NAIROBI
RTR1GSOP
August 29, 2006
Kenyan police officers count ammunition after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands, Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan police officers count ammunition after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands, Nairobi...
Kenyan police officers count ammunition after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands, Nairobi August 29, 2006. Three suspected criminals were ambushed by police who found in their vehicle weapons, ammunition and flak jackets. Carjacking, robberies and rapes are common in Kenya where the capital city has been nicknamed by its residents "Nairobbery".
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
NAIROBI
RTR1GSOM
August 29, 2006
Kenyan police officers check a flak jacket after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan police officers check a flak jacket after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands,...
Kenyan police officers check a flak jacket after a shootout killed a suspected criminal in Westlands, Nairobi August 29, 2006. Three suspected criminals were ambushed by police who found in their vehicle weapons, ammunition and flak jackets. Carjacking, robberies and rapes are common in Kenya where the capital city has been nicknamed by its residents "Nairobbery".
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
NAIROBI
RTR1GSO7
August 29, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Kenyan police officers stand around...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan police officers stand around the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Kenyan police officers stand around the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the police in Nairobi August 29, 2006. Three suspected criminals were ambushed by police who found in their vehicle weapons, ammunition and flak jackets. Carjacking, robberies and rapes are common in Kenya where the capital city has been nicknamed by its residents "Nairobbery".
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
NAIROBI
RTR1GSO0
August 29, 2006
Kenyan police officers stand around the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan police officers stand around the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the...
Kenyan police officers stand around the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the police in Nairobi August 29, 2006. Three suspected criminals were ambushed by police who found in their vehicle weapons, ammunition and flak jackets. Carjacking, robberies and rapes are common in Kenya where the capital city has been nicknamed by its residents "Nairobbery".
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
NAIROBI/
RTR1GSNV
August 29, 2006
A Kenyan looks from a shop window at the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan looks from a shop window at the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the...
A Kenyan looks from a shop window at the body of a suspected criminal killed during a shootout with the police in Nairobi August 29, 2006. Three suspected criminals were ambushed by police who found in their vehicle weapons, ammunition and flak jackets. Carjacking, robberies and rapes are common in Kenya where the capital city has been nicknamed by its residents "Nairobbery". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
CRIME KENYA
RTR17FZD
March 20, 2006
A Kenyan scavenger peers into a garbage bin carrying an anti-rape message in the Kenyan capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
To match feature Kenya Crime
A Kenyan scavenger peers into a garbage bin carrying an anti-rape message in the Kenyan capital Nairobi March 15, 2006. Rape has become so common that billboards warn against
"human beasts". Almost everybody has a tale of being a victim of crime or knows someone who has and local media run daily stories about armed robberies, carjackings and gun battles
between police and armed gangs in broad daylight. Picture taken March 15, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE CRIME KENYA REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
IRAQ
RTR3630
September 18, 2003
Flares are seen in the night over the city's horizon in Tikrit, about 110
miles (180 kilometers) northwest...
Tikrit, Iraq - Republic of
FLARES ARE SEEN IN THE NIGHT OVER CITY'S HORIZON IN TIKRIT.
Flares are seen in the night over the city's horizon in Tikrit, about 110
miles (180 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad, September 18, 2003. Crime is
rampant in Iraq, and apart from fighting the anti-U.S. geurrillas, the U.S.
army and the Iraqi police conduct regular raids and patrols to catch
carjackers and criminals. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Arko Datta PP03090103

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KENYA
RTXLYJ6
May 19, 2003
A Kenyan policeman arranges a pile of guns prior to destruction in Nairobi, May 19 2003. The Kenyan government...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Kenyan policeman arranges a pile of guns prior to destruction in Nairobi, May 19 2003. The Kenyan .....
A Kenyan policeman arranges a pile of guns prior to destruction in Nairobi, May 19 2003. The Kenyan government in an effort to fight violent crime destroyed some 7,100 assorted illegal weapons recovered from carjackers,bank robbers,muggers and cattle rustlers,among other criminals.
KENYA
RTRNUAB
May 19, 2003
A Kenyan policeman arranges a pile of guns prior to destruction in
Nairob, May 19 2003.The Kenyan government...
Nairobi, Kenya - Republic of
KENYAN POLICEMAN ARRANGES GUNS PRIOR TO DESTRUCTION IN NAIROBI.
A Kenyan policeman arranges a pile of guns prior to destruction in
Nairob, May 19 2003.The Kenyan government in an effort to fight violent
crime destroyed some 7,100 assorted illegal weapons recovered from
carjackers,bank robbers,muggers and cattle rustlers,among other
criminals. REUTERS/Patrick Olum

PO/JV
KENYA
RTXLUZF
March 15, 2003
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003....
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 200.....
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003. The Kenyan government, in an effort to fight against violent crimes, has started destroying some 7,227 illegal weapons recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers and cattle rustlers, among other criminals. In recent years small arms have found their way easily into the country from troubled neighbouring countries.
MAG25D
RTRK73R
March 15, 2003
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for
destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003....
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAN POLICEMEN VERIFY RECORDS BESIDE A PILE OF GUNS SET FOR
DESTRUCTION BY BURNING IN NAIROBI.
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for
destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003. The Kenyan government, in an
effort to fight against violent crimes, has started destroying some
7,227 illegal weapons recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers
and cattle rustlers, amongst other criminals. In recent years, small
arms have found their way easily into the country from troubled
neighbouring countries. REUTERS/Patrick Olum PP03030020

PO/WS/SN
ILLEGAL WEAPONS DESTRUCTION
RTRK1WI
March 15, 2003
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for
destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003....
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAN POLICEMEN VERIFY RECORDS BESIDE A PILE OF GUNS SET FOR
DESTRUCTION BY BURNING IN NAIROBI.
Kenyan policemen verify records beside a pile of guns set for
destruction in Nairobi, March 15, 2003. The Kenyan government, in an
effort to fight against violent crimes, has started destroying some
7,227 illegal weapons recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers
and cattle rustlers, among other criminals. In recent years small arms
have found their way easily into the country from troubled neighbouring
countries.REUTERS/Patrick Olum

PO/WS
ILLEGAL WEAPONS DESTRUCTION
RTRK1WB
March 15, 2003
A Kenyan policeman walks past a pile of guns set for destruction in
Nairobi, March 15 2003. The Kenyan...
Nairobi, Kenya
A KENYAN POLICEMAN WALKS PAST A PILE OF GUNS SET FOR DESTRUCTION IN
NAIROBI.
A Kenyan policeman walks past a pile of guns set for destruction in
Nairobi, March 15 2003. The Kenyan government, in an effort to fight
against violent crimes, has started destroying some 7,227 assorted
illegal weapons recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers and
cattle rustlers, among other criminals. In the recent years small arms
have found their way easily into the country from troubled neighbouring
countries.REUTERS/Patrick Olum REUTERS

PO/WS
ILLEGALWEAPONS  DESTRUCTION
RTRK1W5
March 15, 2003
Kenyan policemen walks past a pile of burning guns in Nairobi, March
15, 2003. The Kenyan government,...
Nairobi, Kenya
KENYAN POLICEMEN WALKS PAST A PILE OF BURNING GUNS DURING THE
DESTRUCTION OF ILLEGAL WEAPONS IN NAIROBI....
Kenyan policemen walks past a pile of burning guns in Nairobi, March
15, 2003. The Kenyan government, in an effort to fight against violent
crimes has started destroying some 7,227 assorted illegal weapons
recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers and cattle rustlers,
among other criminals. In the recent years small arms have found their
way easily into the country from troubled neighbouring countries.
REUTERS/Patrick Olum

PO/WS
ILLEGAL WEAPONS DESTRUCTION
RTRK1VZ
March 15, 2003
A Kenyan policeman walks past a pile of burning guns in Nairobi, March
15, 2003.The Kenyan government,...
Nairobi, Kenya
A KENYAN POLICEMAN WALKS PAST A PILE OF BURNING GUNS DURING THE
DESTRUCTION OF ILLEGAL WEAPONS IN NAIROBI....
A Kenyan policeman walks past a pile of burning guns in Nairobi, March
15, 2003.The Kenyan government, in an effort to fight against violent
crime, has started destroying some 7,227 assorted illegal weapons
recovered from carjackers, bank robbers, muggers and cattle rustlers,
among other criminals. In recent years small arms have found their way
easily into the country from troubled neighbouring countries.
REUTERS/Patrick Olum

PO/WS
CRIME SHOOTING
RTRTSDJ
December 31, 1999
A policeman picks up a gun allegedly used in a carjacking after a gunman opened fire with two handguns...
Tampa, USA
POLICEMAN EXAMINES CAR AFTER SHOOTING SPREE IN TAMPA.
A policeman picks up a gun allegedly used in a carjacking after a gunman opened fire with two handguns today in the lobby of the Radisson Hotel at Rocky Point in Tampa, December 30. After fleeing the scene in which four people were reported killed, the gunman apparently hijacked this car from a woman, whom he shot and killed also. (TAMPA OUT, USA TODAY, MAGS OUT, HERNANDO TODAY OUT, CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE OUT) hb/Photo by St.

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KENYA
RTXIH3R
March 16, 1998
A Kenyan police officer examines March 16 the blood stained car in which a German national was gunned...
A Kenyan police officer examines March 16 the blood stained car in which a German national was gunne.....
A Kenyan police officer examines March 16 the blood stained car in which a German national was gunned down last week in a suspected carjack. The German's death, the third expatriate death in less than two weeks, has raised serious concerns about safety within Kenya.
RTRC7EX
March 16, 1998
A Kenyan police officer examines March 16 the blood stained car in which a German national was gunned...
Kenya
POLICE EXAMINE CAR IN WHICH GERMAN NATIONAL WAS SHOT DEAD
A Kenyan police officer examines March 16 the blood stained car in which a German national was gunned down last week in a suspected carjack. The German's death, the third expatriate death in less than two weeks, has raised serious concerns about safety within Kenya.

KENYA-CRIME
RTRC338
April 06, 1997
Triple-murder defendant Karen Howell breaks down during testimony in the sentencing hearing March 12...
UNITED STATES
LILLELID FAMILY MURDER DEFENDANT HOWELL WEEPS ON WITNESS STAND
Triple-murder defendant Karen Howell breaks down during testimony in the sentencing hearing March 12 in the case involving the killing by six youths of three of the Lillelid family members, from Norway. The six defendants, each of whom pleaded guilty on February 20 to first-degree murder, admitted to carjacking the four family members on a Tennessee interstate and then shooting them, killing the parents and critically wounding the children, on April 6, 1997. Tabitha, 6, died the next day, while Peter, 2, survived. The sentencing is expected to take about a week.

CRIME LILLELID
RTRC331
April 06, 1997
Triple-murder defendant Natasha Cornett looks on during testimony in the sentencing hearing March 12...
UNITED STATES
LILLELID FAMILY MURDER DEFENDANT CORNETT LOOKS ON DURING TESTIMONY AT HEARING
Triple-murder defendant Natasha Cornett looks on during testimony in the sentencing hearing March 12 in the case involving the killing by six youths of three of the Lillelid family members, from Norway. The six defendants, each of whom pleaded guilty on February 20 to first-degree murder, admitted to carjacking the four family members on a Tennessee interstate and then shooting them, killing the parents and critically wounding the children, on April 6, 1997. Tabitha, 6, died the next day, while Peter, 2, survived. The sentencing is expected to take about a week.

CRIME LILLELID
RTRAPB
March 18, 1996
Over 10,000 police officers line the street in Seaford March 18 as a hearse carrying the coffin of slain...
UNITED STATES
CRIME SHOOTINGS FUNERAL PROCESSION
Over 10,000 police officers line the street in Seaford March 18 as a hearse carrying the coffin of slain New York City policeman Kevin Gillespie leaves St. William the Abbot Church. Gillespie was shot to death March 14 by carjacking suspects in the Bronx section of New York.

CRIME SHOOTINGS
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