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INDIA-STRIKE/AIRLINES
RTR27LWD 
September 09, 2009 
Passengers crowd at the Jet Airways ticketing counters at the domestic airport terminal in Mumbai September... 
Mumbai, India 
Passengers crowd at the Jet Airways ticketing counters in Mumbai 
Passengers crowd at the Jet Airways ticketing counters at the domestic airport terminal in Mumbai September 9, 2009. India's Jet Airways cancelled more than 130 flights on Wednesday as a pilots' strike dragged into a second day, underlying uneasy labour relations that can hurt competitiveness. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA TRANSPORT BUSINESS CONFLICT) 
USA/
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September 04, 2009 
Frontier Airlines gate agents check in passengers at the Denver airport August 27, 2009. Frontier was... 
Denver, UNITED STATES 
Frontier Airlines gate agents check in passengers at the Denver airport 
Frontier Airlines gate agents check in passengers at the Denver airport August 27, 2009. Frontier was acquired by Republic Airways in an August 14 auction. Frontier is expected to exit bankruptcy by the end of next month. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR27FN1 
September 04, 2009 
A Frontier Airlines gate agent takes tickets before a flight to Washington, D.C. at the Denver airport... 
Denver, UNITED STATES 
A Frontier Airlines gate agent takes tickets before a flight to Washington, D.C. at the Denver airport... 
A Frontier Airlines gate agent takes tickets before a flight to Washington, D.C. at the Denver airport August 27, 2009. Frontier was acquired by Republic Airways in an August 14 auction. Frontier is expected to exit bankruptcy by the end of next month. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR26PM5 
August 14, 2009 
Janet Huey displays her original ticket at the site of the original Woodstock Music Festival in Bethel,... 
Bethel, UNITED STATES 
A woman displays her original ticket at the site of the original Woodstock Music Festival in New York... 
Janet Huey displays her original ticket at the site of the original Woodstock Music Festival in Bethel, New York August 14, 2009. A concert featuring a handful of the original bands is planned for Saturday at the Bethel Woods Center to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the festival. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
PEOPLE-JACKSON/
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July 06, 2009 
Fans cheer after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Fans cheer after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles 
Fans cheer after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles July 6, 2009. The memorial for the pop star will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles July 7. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY) 
PEOPLE-JACKSON/
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July 06, 2009 
A fan cheers after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
A fan cheers after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles... 
A fan cheers after picking up tickets for Michael Jackson's memorial at Dodgers stadium in Los Angeles July 6, 2009. The memorial for the pop star will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles July 7. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY) 
GERMANY/
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January 14, 2009 
Two people look at ticket machines at the main station in Dortmund January 14, 2009. Deutsche Bahn announced... 
Dortmund, Germany 
Two people look at ticket machines at the main station in Dortmund 
Two people look at ticket machines at the main station in Dortmund January 14, 2009. Deutsche Bahn announced that all ticket machines of the railway stations failed today because of power failure. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY) 
USA-OBAMA/
RTR23CX5 
January 13, 2009 
Commemorative Washington DC 'SmarTrip' Metro fare card with the image of U.S. President-elect Barack... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Commemorative Washington DC Metro card with the face of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama 
Commemorative Washington DC 'SmarTrip' Metro fare card with the image of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama's face is seen next to a bus window on the East side of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, January 13, 2009. The only other president to be honored this way on a Metro card was Bill Clinton in 1993. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES) 
SPAIN/
RTR22SC2 
December 22, 2008 
A woman carries fake lottery tickets on her costume as she attends the draw for the world's richest lottery,... 
Madrid, Spain 
A woman carries fake lottery tickets on her costume for the world's richest lottery, known as El Gordo... 
A woman carries fake lottery tickets on her costume as she attends the draw for the world's richest lottery, known as El Gordo or "the fat one", in Madrid December 22, 2008. The total prize of 2.3 billion euros ($3.2 billion) is split into thousands of cash prizes among the winners in Spain. REUTERS/Susana Vera(SPAIN) 
DELTA/NORTHWEST
RTXA33N 
October 30, 2008 
A sign is placed along Delta's ticket counters at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in... 
Atlanta, UNITED STATES 
Sgn is placed along Delta's ticket counters at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Georgia... 
A sign is placed along Delta's ticket counters at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, October 30, 2008. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines swallowed rival Northwest Airlines on Wednesday in a $2.6 billion merger that created the world's biggest airline and prompted new speculation about further industry consolidation. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES) 
USA-POLITICS/COLOMBIA-LOTTERY
RTX9URD 
October 23, 2008 
A woman displays a lottery ticket with a photograph of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack... 
Medellin, Colombia 
A woman displays a lottery with a photograph of U.S. presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama in Medellin... 
A woman displays a lottery ticket with a photograph of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) in Medellin October 23, 2008. Obama might be betting he can win November's election, but he could really hit the jackpot in Colombia. A Colombian lottery seller has printed Obama's image on tickets, hoping to snag attention while celebrating Afro-Colombians with a nod to the Democrat's African heritage. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA) (COLOMBIA) 
ITALY-LOTTERY/
RTX9U1R 
October 23, 2008 
A man fills in his numbers on a SuperEnalotto ticket inside a tobacco shop in Rome October 23, 2008.... 
Rome, Italy 
A man fills in his numbers on a SuperEnalotto ticket inside a tobacco shop in Rome 
A man fills in his numbers on a SuperEnalotto ticket inside a tobacco shop in Rome October 23, 2008. Dreaming of the record 100 million-euro lottery jackpot that could be won on Thursday, Italians have been snapping up tickets in the hope of putting economic woes behind them for life. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY) 
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR20O1C 
August 06, 2008 
A 97-year-old woman gestures as a family member holds a ticket to an Olympic event while they wait for... 
Beijing, China 
A 97-year-old woman gestures as a family member holds a ticket to an Olympic event while they wait for... 
A 97-year-old woman gestures as a family member holds a ticket to an Olympic event while they wait for the Beijing 2008 Olympic torch to pass near Tiananmen Square August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-TICKETS/
RTX83QK 
July 25, 2008 
A man gestures after purchasing tickets for next month's Olympic Games after they went on sale on Friday... 
Beijing, China 
A man gestures after purchasing tickets for next month's Olympic Games after they went on sale on Friday... 
A man gestures after purchasing tickets for next month's Olympic Games after they went on sale on Friday at a ticket booth in Beijing July 25, 2008. Unwashed, unfed and lacking sleep, tens of thousands of Chinese shouted, pushed and shoved for their last chance at Olympic tickets on Friday, threatening to break through barricades.

REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (CHINA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW) 
SOCCER-EURO/
RTX7GH1 
June 29, 2008 
A fan in Stephansplatz Square asks for tickets to the Euro 2008 final soccer match between Spain and... 
Vienna, Austria 
Fan asking for tickets to the Euro 2008 final soccer match between Spain and Germany in Vienna 
A fan in Stephansplatz Square asks for tickets to the Euro 2008 final soccer match between Spain and Germany in Vienna June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA) 
INDONESIA/
RTX6DXB 
June 01, 2008 
People scramble to retrieve money and seminar tickets, amounting to 100 million rupiah ($10,740), as... 
Serang, Indonesia 
People scramble to retrieve money and seminar tickets in Serang 
People scramble to retrieve money and seminar tickets, amounting to 100 million rupiah ($10,740), as they were distributed from a light aircraft during the launch of a book by author Tung Desem Waringin in Serang, Banten province, June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA/
RTX6DX6 
June 01, 2008 
Money and seminar tickets amounting to 100 million rupiah ($10,700) are distributed from a light aircraft... 
Serang, Indonesia 
Money and seminar tickets are distributed from a light aircraft during the launch of a book by author... 
Money and seminar tickets amounting to 100 million rupiah ($10,700) are distributed from a light aircraft during the launch of a book by author Tung Desem Waringin in Serang, Banten province, June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA) 
Oddly
Oddly 
Mortgage-Strapped Spaniard Raffles Flat - 27 May 2008 
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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET
RTX60I2 
May 22, 2008 
Participants in a diet group attend a session in Jerusalem April 15, 2008. There's the weekly weigh-in,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
To match feature PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET 
Participants in a diet group attend a session in Jerusalem April 15, 2008. There's the weekly weigh-in, the tips on healthy snacking and the chit-chat between women about unruly kids or errant husbands. But this is a slimming group with a difference: half its members are Palestinian, half are Israeli and the aim is to foster dialogue through a common battle with weight loss. Picture taken April 15, 2008. To match feature PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (JERUSALEM) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET
RTX60HZ 
May 22, 2008 
Participants in a diet group attend a session in Jerusalem April 15, 2008. There's the weekly weigh-in,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
To match feature PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET 
Participants in a diet group attend a session in Jerusalem April 15, 2008. There's the weekly weigh-in, the tips on healthy snacking and the chit-chat between women about unruly kids or errant husbands. But this is a slimming group with a difference: half its members are Palestinian, half are Israeli and the aim is to foster dialogue, through a common battle with weight loss. Picture taken April 15, 2008. To match feature PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/DIET REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (JERUSALEM) 
OLYMPIC/TICKETS
RTR207DP 
May 05, 2008 
A man checks the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games tickets that he had bought from the head office of Bank of... 
Beijing, China 
A man checks the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games tickets that he had bought in Beijing 
A man checks the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games tickets that he had bought from the head office of Bank of China in Beijing May 5, 2008. The third phase of domestic ticket sales began on Monday, releasing 1.38 million tickets for the Aug. 8-24 Games, and the final allocation overseas will take place before the middle of May. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA-WEATHER/
RTR1WATG 
January 26, 2008 
Passengers queue to buy tickets at a railway station during heavy snowfall in Hefei, Anhui province January... 
Hefei, China 
Passengers queue to buy tickets at a railway station during heavy snowfall in Hefei, Anhui province 
Passengers queue to buy tickets at a railway station during heavy snowfall in Hefei, Anhui province January 26, 2008. China's weather forecasters warned on Friday that heavy snowfall could sweep through parts of the country in the coming days, threatening energy supplies and the massive movement of people before the Lunar New Year holiday. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA) 
FRANCE/
RTX5CIM 
January 08, 2008 
A shop owner sticks on shoes tickets displaying a seventy per cent discount on the eve of the winter... 
Nice, France 
A shop owner sticks on shoes tickets on the eve of the winter sales in Nice 
A shop owner sticks on shoes tickets displaying a seventy per cent discount on the eve of the winter sales in Nice, southeastern France, January 8, 2008. Shops across France will start their winter sales on Wednesday January 9, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE) 
VIRGINAMERICA-LAUNCH/
RTR1SMDB 
August 08, 2007 
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural... 
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural flight to San Francisco International Airport from JFK International Airport in New York, August 8, 2007. Virgin America Inc., the low-cost airline partly backed and fully branded by British entrepreneur Richard Branson launched on Wednesday with a splash of publicity, but found its first flight delayed by a midsummer New York storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) 
ZIMBABWE
RTR1SK7Q 
August 06, 2007 
Passengers jostle to buy bus tickets from a conductor in Bulawayo August 6, 2007. The price slash called... 
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 
Passengers jostle to buy bus tickets from a conductor in Bulawayo 
Passengers jostle to buy bus tickets from a conductor in Bulawayo August 6, 2007. The price slash called for by Zimbabwe's government has seen many citizens unable to travel to other destinations due to the withdrawal of bus fleets by their owners over the unavailability of fuel and unfavourable fares to be charged. REUTERS/Emmanuel Chitate (ZIMBABWE) 
SOCCER-COPA/
RTR1R6GP 
June 26, 2007 
A Venezuelan tout gestures outside the Cachamay stadium at Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, June 26, 2007. Chile,... 
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela 
A Venezuelan tout gestures outside of Cachamay stadium at Puerto Ordaz 
A Venezuelan tout gestures outside the Cachamay stadium at Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, June 26, 2007. Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Ecuador will play at Cachamay stadium in group B the Copa America soccer tournament. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado(VENEZUELA) 
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTR1R3I0 
June 24, 2007 
A tennis fan plays a video game as she camps outside the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club while... 
London, United Kingdom 
A tennis fan plays a video game as she camps outside the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in... 
A tennis fan plays a video game as she camps outside the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club while waiting in line to buy tickets for the first day of play at the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, June 24, 2007. First round play begins tomorrow. REUTERS/David Moir (UNITED KINGDOM) 
BADMINTON-SUDIRMAN/
RTR1QTKY 
June 15, 2007 
Thailand's Boonsak Ponsana prepares to serve during his singles badminton match against Hong Kong's Chan... 
Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Thailand's Boonsak Ponsana prepares to serve during his singles badminton match against Hong Kong's Chan... 
Thailand's Boonsak Ponsana prepares to serve during his singles badminton match against Hong Kong's Chan Yan Chit at the Sudirman Cup World Team Badminton Championships in Glasgow, Scotland June 15,2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR1ORGI 
April 18, 2007 
Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond holds his train ticket while travelling on a train to Stirling... 
Stirling, United Kingdom 
Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond gestures while travelling on a train to Stirling in Scotland... 
Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond holds his train ticket while travelling on a train to Stirling in Scotland, during the Scottish Parliament election campaign trail April 18, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir(Britain) 
LEPROSY-CHINA/
RTR1NKBE 
March 17, 2007 
Fan Guohua, who works for Handa, holds up a pair of custom made shoes at a factory in Guangzhou, a city... 
Hong Kong, China 
To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ 
Fan Guohua, who works for Handa, holds up a pair of custom made shoes at a factory in Guangzhou, a city in China's southern Guangdong province March 10, 2007. Handa, a Chinese charity that helps sufferers of leprosy, or Hansen's disease, believes one way to reduce stigma is to stop using words like "leper", a term loaded with age-old misconceptions. A team of four people -- have custom-made over 9,000 pairs of shoes and 359 prosthetic limbs since 2000 for people disabled by the disease and they travel around China's southern Guangdong province making prosthetic limbs and customised shoes for people left disabled by the disease. Picture taken March 10, 2007. To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ REUTERS/Lim Chit Yeang (CHINA) 
LEPROSY-CHINA/
RTR1NKBD 
March 17, 2007 
Yuan Yahua, who works for Handa, holds up a mould for a prosthetic limb at a factory in Guangzhou, a... 
Hong Kong, China 
To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ 
Yuan Yahua, who works for Handa, holds up a mould for a prosthetic limb at a factory in Guangzhou, a city in China's southern Guangdong province, March 10, 2007. Handa, a Chinese charity that helps sufferers of leprosy, or Hansen's disease, believes one way to reduce stigma is to stop using words like "leper", a term loaded with age-old misconceptions. A team of four people -- have custom-made over 9,000 pairs of shoes and 359 prosthetic limbs since 2000 for people disabled by the disease and they travel around China's southern Guangdong province making prosthetic limbs and customised shoes for people left disabled by the disease. Picture taken March 10, 2007. To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ REUTERS/Lim Chit Yeang (CHINA) 
LEPROSY-CHINA/
RTR1NKBC 
March 17, 2007 
A prosthetic limb sits on a weighing scale at a factory in Guangzhou, a city in China's southern Guangdong... 
Hong Kong, China 
To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ 
A prosthetic limb sits on a weighing scale at a factory in Guangzhou, a city in China's southern Guangdong province, March 10, 2007. Handa, a Chinese charity that helps sufferers of leprosy, or Hansen's disease, believes one way to reduce stigma is to stop using words like "leper", a term loaded with age-old misconceptions. A team of four people -- have custom-made over 9,000 pairs of shoes and 359 prosthetic limbs since 2000 for people disabled by the disease and they travel around China's southern Guangdong province making prosthetic limbs and customised shoes for people left disabled by the disease. Picture taken March 10, 2007. To match feature LEPROSY-CHINA/ REUTERS/Lim Chit Yeang (CHINA) 
USA/
RTR1N5ZR 
March 06, 2007 
Cashier Farag El Omeri hands a customer a Mega Millions lottery ticket in New York March 6, 2007. Twelve... 
New York City, UNITED STATES 
Cashier Farag El Omeri hands a customer a Mega Millions lottery ticket in New York 
Cashier Farag El Omeri hands a customer a Mega Millions lottery ticket in New York March 6, 2007. Twelve states are participating in the drawing, which may yield an estimated $355 million jackpot. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES) 
CUBA/FOOD
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February 05, 2007 
A man holds a ration book for subsidized food in Havana in this January 29, 2007 file photo. In Cuba,... 
Havana, Cuba 
To match feature Cuba/Food 
A man holds a ration book for subsidized food in Havana in this January 29, 2007 file photo. In Cuba, where the state controls 90 percent of the economy and the average wage is 367 pesos ($17) a month plus full benefits, residents are complaining bitterly about food prices. As the country enters a period of transition due to Cuban leader Fidel Castro's illness, authorities are well aware they must quickly reverse a food production decline in the last two years that has caused many produce prices to double. To match feature Cuba/Food REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
GERMANY
RTR1AWII 
February 14, 2006 
A man fills in a lottery ticket in a Lotto receiving office in Munich February 14, 2006. This Wednesday... 
Munich, Germany 
A man fills in a lottery ticket in Lotto office in Munich 
A man fills in a lottery ticket in a Lotto receiving office in Munich February 14, 2006. This Wednesday the German public lottery 'Lotto' will distribute a total of around 24 million euros, which is the second highest lottery jackpot since the start of Lotto in 1955. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle 
BRITAIN
RTRG4D4 
June 30, 2005 
A man holds a pair of tickets for the 'Live 8' Hyde Park concert, in central London, July 1, 2005. A... 
London, UK 
A man holds a pair of tickets for the 'Live 8' Hyde Park concert, in central London. 
A man holds a pair of tickets for the 'Live 8' Hyde Park concert, in central London, July 1, 2005. A series of concerts around the world form part of a global drive for action on African poverty at next week's G8 Summit. REUTERS/Toby Melville Pictures of the year 2005 TM/RUS 
CHINA GERE
RTR69HG 
March 28, 2005 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere speaks to reporters during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere speaks during a news conference in Tokyo. 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere speaks to reporters during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?" in Tokyo March 28, 2005. Expecting no more than light chit-chat about ballroom dancing, reporters in Tokyo were startled when actor Gere launched into a condemnation of Europe's plans to lift an arms embargo against China. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/KI 
CHINA GERE
RTR69ES 
March 28, 2005 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere (R) waves during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?"... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere waves during a news conference in Tokyo. 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere (R) waves during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?" in Tokyo March 28, 2005. Expecting no more than light chit-chat about ballroom dancing, reporters in Tokyo were startled when actor Gere launched into a condemnation of Europe's plans to lift an arms embargo against China. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/FA 
CHINA GERE
RTR69EK 
March 28, 2005 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere smiles during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?"... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere smiles during a news conference in Tokyo. 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere smiles during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?" in Tokyo March 28, 2005. Expecting no more than light chit-chat about ballroom dancing, reporters in Tokyo were startled when actor Gere launched into a condemnation of Europe's plans to lift an arms embargo against China. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/KI/FA 
CHINA GERE
RTR69E4 
March 28, 2005 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere (R) waves to reporters during a news conference to promote his new film... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere waves during a news conference in Tokyo. 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere (R) waves to reporters during a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance ?" in Tokyo March 28, 2005. Expecting no more than light chit-chat about ballroom dancing, reporters in Tokyo were startled when actor Gere launched into a condemnation of Europe's plans to lift an arms embargo against China. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/KI/fa 
CHINA GERE
RTR69DT 
March 28, 2005 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere gestures at a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?"... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere gestures at a news conference in Tokyo. 
Hollywood actor Richard Gere gestures at a news conference to promote his new film "Shall We Dance?" in Tokyo March 28, 2005. Expecting no more than light chit-chat about ballroom dancing, reporters in Tokyo were startled when actor Gere launched into a condemnation of Europe's plans to lift an arms embargo against China. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/FA 
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