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COSTA BOOK AWARDS /BRITAIN
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January 27, 2015
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category,...
London, United Kingdom
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category,...
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category, poses with her book "Five Children on the Western Front" prior to the announcement of the overall winner, in London January 27, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (REUTERS - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
KOREA-KPOP/WIDERIMAGE
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January 22, 2015
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon...
Daejeon, South Korea
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon...
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon December 18, 2014. Jang made it to S.M. Entertainment's coveted training programme a decade ago after winning a talent contest. She stuck to a seven-day regimen for nearly three years, before giving it all up to return to a more sedate life. Thousands of Korean children dream of becoming household names like rapper Psy, whose 2012 "Gangnam Style" video was a global YouTube hit, often putting up with punishing schedules in the hope of one day making it big in the music industry. A recent survey of pre-teens shows that 21 percent of respondents wanted to be K-pop (Korean pop) stars when they grow up, the most popular career choice. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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MYANMAR/
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May 27, 2014
A pen is seen on a signing book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution...
Yangon, Myanmar
A pen is seen on signing book during signing ceremony for te amendment of 2008 Constitution near National...
A pen is seen on a signing book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution near the National League for Democracy head office in Yangon May 27, 2014. The 2008 Constitution, which was drafted under a military regime, reserves a quarter of parliamentary seats for military personnel chosen by the armed forces chief. It also disqualifies presidential and vice-presidential candidates whose spouses or children are citizens of a foreign country. Suu Kyi's late husband, academic Michael Aris, was British, as are their two grown-up sons. Words on the book's cover read, "National League for Democracy and 88 generation peace and open society's amendment for Section 436 of the 2008 Constitution. Protest agents with signatures". REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS)
MYANMAR/
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May 27, 2014
A man signs a book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution near the National...
Yangon, Myanmar
A man signs book during signing ceremony for amendment of 2008 Constitution near National League for...
A man signs a book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution near the National League for Democracy head office in Yangon May 27, 2014. The 2008 Constitution, which was drafted under a military regime, reserves a quarter of parliamentary seats for military personnel chosen by the armed forces chief. It also disqualifies presidential and vice-presidential candidates whose spouses or children are citizens of a foreign country. Pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi's late husband, academic Michael Aris, was British, as are their two grown-up sons. The words on the portrait read, "Need to amend Section 436 of the 2008 Constitution urgently". REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-TORNADOES/
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May 24, 2013
Lela Carter, 7, looks through children's books while standing around rows of items residents were donating...
Moore, UNITED STATES
Girl looks through children's books while standing around rows of items residents were donating to victims...
Lela Carter, 7, looks through children's books while standing around rows of items residents were donating to victims of a deadly tornado, at a church in Oklahoma City on May 23, 2013. The tornado, the strongest in the United States in nearly two years, cut a path of destruction 17 miles (27 km) long and 1.3 (2 km) miles wide and left 24 dead. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS
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January 31, 2011
Flood victim Raja, a ten-year-old student, holds his books while returning from school in Mir Hassan...
MIR HASSAN VILLAGE, Pakistan
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Flood victim Raja, a ten-year-old student, holds his books while returning from school in Mir Hassan village, some 47 km (29 miles) from Dadu in Pakistan's Sindh province, January 27, 2011. Monsoon floods last year, one of the worst natural disasters in Pakistan's history, left about 11 million people homeless, killed nearly 2,000, destroyed millions of acres of crops and hammered the economy. A study by Save the Children showed that 87 percent of children interviewed were stressed and aggressive, 75 percent could not express themselves properly and 70 percent felt insecure, with fear of people, water, open places and darkness.
Picture taken on January 27, 2011. To match feature PAKISTAN-FLOODS/CHILDREN/ REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
POPE
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April 27, 2009
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko...
Vatican City
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Lukashenko, during...
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko (L), during their meeting at the Vatican April 27, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (VATICAN POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE
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April 27, 2009
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko...
Vatican City
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Lukashenko, during...
Pope Benedict XVI is handed a children's book by Nikolai, son of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko (L), during their meeting at the Vatican April 27, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (VATICAN POLITICS RELIGION)
SPAIN
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November 27, 2006
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' attends a presentation of books...
Barcelona, Spain
Deco attends a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' attends a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona, November 27, 2006. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPAIN
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November 27, 2006
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' attends a presentation of books...
Barcelona, Spain
Deco attends a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' attends a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona, November 27, 2006. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPAIN
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November 27, 2006
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' poses during a presentation of...
Barcelona, Spain
Deco poses during a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona
Barcelona's soccer player Anderson Luis de Souza also known as 'Deco' poses during a presentation of books for children at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona, November 27, 2006. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
ROMANIA HARRY POTTER
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November 27, 2005
An artist dressed as a witch paints a child's face during the official launch of the Romanian translation...
Bucharest, Romania
An artist paints child's face during official launch of Romanian translation of Rowling's "Harry Potter...
An artist dressed as a witch paints a child's face during the official launch of the Romanian translation of British author J.K.Rowling's book called "Harry Potter and the half-blood prince" at a library in Bucharest early November 27, 2005. The edition was launched at midnight in libraries all over the country and was attended by hundreds of children. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu
POTTER
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November 27, 2005
A child reads British author J.K. Rowling's book "Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince" during the...
Bucharest, Romania
A child reads British author Rowling's book "Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince" in Bucharest
A child reads British author J.K. Rowling's book "Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince" during the official launch of the Romanian translation of the book at a library in Bucharest early November 27, 2005. The edition was launched at midnight in libraries all over the country and was attended by hundreds of children. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu
SAFRICA MANDELA COMICS
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October 27, 2005
School children, Pontso Motaung (L) and Alinah Letsoalo (R), read the first of a nine-part series of...
Johannesburg, South Africa
School children read the first of a nine-part series of comics on Nelson Mandela's life in Johannesburg...
School children, Pontso Motaung (L) and Alinah Letsoalo (R), read the first of a nine-part series of comics on Nelson Mandela's life in Johannesburg's Alexandra township October 27, 2005. Mandela is due to launch the first in the "Madiba Legacy Series" in Johannesburg on Friday. Some one million copies of the first book, sponsored by mining group Anglo American, are being shipped to South African schools and newspapers for free distribution. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko PP05100299 ODLY
SAFRICA MANDELA COMICS
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October 27, 2005
School children read the first of a nine-part series of comics on Nelson Mandela's life, in Johannesburg's...
Johannesburg, South Africa
School children read the first of a nine-part series of comics on Nelson Mandela's life in Johannesburg...
School children read the first of a nine-part series of comics on Nelson Mandela's life, in Johannesburg's Alexandra township, October 27, 2005. Mandela is due to launch the first in the "Madiba Legacy Series" in Johannesburg on Friday. Some one million copies of the first book, sponsored by mining group Anglo American, are being shipped to South African schools and newspapers for free distribution. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
LEBANON
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May 27, 2005
Lebanese Hizbollah children chant anti-United States slogans as they carry copies of the 'Koran' during...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese Hizbollah children chant anti-United States slogans in Beirut.
Lebanese Hizbollah children chant anti-United States slogans as they carry copies of the 'Koran' during a protest over the reported incidents of 'mishandling of a Koran' by U.S. personnel at Guantanamo Bay, in Beirut May 27, 2005. The U.S. military has identified five incidents of 'mishandling of a Koran' by U.S. personnel at Guantanamo Bay, but found no credible evidence that the Muslim holy book had been flushed down a toilet, the commander of the prison said on Thursday.REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi JS/LA
SPAIN
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May 27, 2005
Spain's Princess Letizia and husband Crown Prince Felipe listen as a group of children have a story told...
Madrid, Spain
Spain's Princess Letizia and husband Crown Prince Felipe listen as a group of children have a story ......
Spain's Princess Letizia and husband Crown Prince Felipe listen as a group of children have a story told to them at the Madrid book fair. Spain's Princess Letizia (C) and husband Crown Prince Felipe listen as a group of children have a story told to them at the Madrid book fair on inauguration day, May 27, 2005. Princess Letizia, the future Queen of Spain, is pregnant with the royal couple's first child and the baby is due in November. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN
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May 27, 2005
Spain's Princess Letizia speaks to a group of children attending a story-telling session at the Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
Spain's Princess Letizia speaks to a group of children attending a story-telling session at the ...
Spain's Princess Letizia speaks to a group of children attending a story-telling session at the Madrid book fair on inauguration day. Spain's Princess Letizia (R) speaks to a group of children attending a story-telling session at the Madrid book fair on inauguration day May 27, 2005. Princess Letizia, the future Queen of Spain, is pregnant with the royal couple's first child and the baby is due in November. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
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April 27, 1997
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown reads with Genevieve Sztuk (2) from Denmark during a visit...
United Kingdom
PADDY ASHDOWN VISITS A CHILDRENS BOOKSTORE
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown reads with Genevieve Sztuk (2) from Denmark during a visit to a children's bookstore in London April 27. Ashdown was in the shop to buy a book for his new born grandson.

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