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INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFT3
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFT0
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSQ
May 27, 2016
A man peers through blankets to catch a glimpse of the movie showing at a makeshift cinema located under...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
A man peers through blankets to catch a glimpse of the movie showing at a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSO
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSM
May 27, 2016
Homemade tickets lie on a notebook in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
Homemade tickets lie on a notebook in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSL
May 27, 2016
A rickshaw puller sits outside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi,...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
A rickshaw puller sits outside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSJ
May 27, 2016
People wash beside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People wash beside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSI
May 27, 2016
Films that are being screened are advertised in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
Films that are being screened are advertised in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSE
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFSD
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRU
May 27, 2016
Homemade tickets lie on a table at a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi,...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
Homemade tickets lie on a table at a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRT
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRR
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRQ
May 27, 2016
A man stands outside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
A man stands outside a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRO
May 27, 2016
A passenger train makes its way over a bridge above a makeshift cinema in the old quarters of Delhi,...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
A passenger train makes its way over a bridge above a makeshift cinema in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFRM
May 27, 2016
A television plays a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi,...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
A television plays a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-FILM/
RTX2EFR5
May 27, 2016
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India...
Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Bollywood escape for Delhi's poor
People watch a movie in a makeshift cinema located under a bridge in the old quarters of Delhi, India May 25, 2016. A makeshift cinema hall under a 140-year-old bridge in the Indian capital is allowing poor rickshaw pullers and migrant labourers to escape daily hardship and sweltering heat into a world of Bollywood song, dance and romance. With the rusty iron floor of the bridge as its ceiling and some old rags acquired on the cheap from a nearby crematorium serving as curtains and floor mats, the cinema shows four films a day. Organisers pooled their savings to rent an old TV set and video compact disc player, and charge 10 rupees (15 U.S cents) admission - a hundredth of the price of entry at Delhi's fanciest movie theatres. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "CATHAL BOLLYWOOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AFGHANISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4M31U
January 20, 2015
An Afghan youth selling CDs and DVDs waits for customers at his stall in Kabul January 20, 2015. lREUTERS/Mohammad...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan youth selling CDs and DVDs waits for customers at his stall in Kabul
An Afghan youth selling CDs and DVDs waits for customers at his stall in Kabul January 20, 2015. lREUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXYMK8
April 15, 2013
An Afghan boy selling CDs and DVDs poses for a photo in Kabul, April 15, 2013. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan boy selling CDs and DVDs poses for a photo in Kabul
An Afghan boy selling CDs and DVDs poses for a photo in Kabul, April 15, 2013. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR2W1UF
January 09, 2012
An Afghan man sells DVDs and Cds on his cart outside of Kabul January 9, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man sells DVDs and Cds on his cart outside of Kabul
An Afghan man sells DVDs and Cds on his cart outside of Kabul January 9, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2OH9Y
July 05, 2011
Government workers sort thousands of confiscated pirated Digital Video Disks (DVDs) and Compact Disks...
Manila, Philippines
Government workers sort before destroying thousands of confiscated pirated DVDs and CDs outside the city...
Government workers sort thousands of confiscated pirated Digital Video Disks (DVDs) and Compact Disks (CDs) before destroying them outside the city hall in Manila July 5, 2011. City of Manila's Mayor Alfredo Lim on Tuesday used a shredding machine to destroy thousands of pirated DVDs and CDs amounting up to some 10 million pesos (US$232,000). The pirated DVDs and CDs were confiscated last week during a raid in Quiapo, metro Manila. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2OH9W
July 05, 2011
Government workers use a shredding machine to destroy thousands of confiscated pirated Digital Video...
Manila, Philippines
Government workers use a shredding machine to destroy thousands of confiscated pirated DVDs and CDs outside...
Government workers use a shredding machine to destroy thousands of confiscated pirated Digital Video Disks (DVDs) and Compact Disks (CDs) outside the city hall in Manila July 5, 2011. City of Manila's Mayor Alfredo Lim on Tuesday used a shredding machine to destroy thousands of pirated DVDs and CDs amounting up to some 10 million pesos (US$232,000). The pirated DVDs and CDs were confiscated last week during a raid in Quiapo, metro Manila. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
CHINA-COPYRIGHT/SOFTWARE
RTR2LKBL
April 24, 2011
A man enters a shop containing pirated DVDs and music CDs on a street in central Beijing April 24, 2011....
Beijing, China
A man enters a shop containing pirated DVDs and music CDs on a street in central Beijing
A man enters a shop containing pirated DVDs and music CDs on a street in central Beijing April 24, 2011. The local police department destroyed nearly 300,000 pirated DVDs, illegal publications and video game machines last Friday as part of a nationwide campaign to crack down on piracy, local media reported. While China implemented a six-month campaign in November aimed at counterfeit books, music, DVDs and software, all are still openly available on Chinese streets. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CAMBODIA
RTR2EEUW
May 27, 2010
A Cambodian police officer examines thousands of pirated music and movie DVDs and CDs during their confiscation...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A Cambodian police officer examines thousands of pirated music and movie DVDs and Cds in Phnom Penh
A Cambodian police officer examines thousands of pirated music and movie DVDs and CDs during their confiscation at a production facility in Phnom Penh on May 27, 2010. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
PERU
RTR2D8KO
April 28, 2010
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, unloads illegally copied CDs...
Lima, Peru
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, unloads illegally copied CDs...
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, unloads illegally copied CDs and DVDs that will be destroyed in Lima, April 28, 2010. Indecopi destroyed about 500,000 illegally copied material as part of a campaign against Peru's piracy market. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
PERU
RTR2D8JX
April 28, 2010
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, destroys illegally copied CDs...
Lima, Peru
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, destroys illegally copied CDs...
A worker from Peru's intellectual property protection agency, Indecopi, destroys illegally copied CDs and DVDs in Lima, April 28, 2010. Indecopi destroyed about 500,000 illegally copied material as part of a campaign against Peru's piracy market. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
PORTUGAL/
RTXPTLK
October 20, 2009
Police dog Ruca from the Portuguese National Guard sits on a pile of CDs and DVDs at his training camp...
Queluz, Portugal
Police dog Ruca from the Portuguese National Guard sits on a pile of CDs and DVDs at his training camp...
Police dog Ruca from the Portuguese National Guard sits on a pile of CDs and DVDs at his training camp at a police school in Queluz on the outskirts of Lisbon October 19, 2009. After working in drug detection, the police dog was trained to search for polycarbonate, a plastic used for making CDs and DVDs. Ruca now works in detecting illegal DVDs and CDs in street markets around Portugal. Picture taken October 19, 2009. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL ANIMALS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KYRGYZSTAN/
RTR24TUO
June 19, 2009
A truck crushes a pile of pirated CDs and DVDs in central Bishkek June 19, 2009. More than 20,000 pirated...
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
A truck crushes a pile of pirated CDs and DVDs in central Bishkek
A truck crushes a pile of pirated CDs and DVDs in central Bishkek June 19, 2009. More than 20,000 pirated CDs and DVDs with software, music and films were destroyed in the main city of Kyrgyzstan on Friday. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)
ROMANIA/
RTXEAGX
April 23, 2009
Pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares, seized from street sellers and shops in the biggest...
Bucharest, Romania
Pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares, seized from street sellers and shops in biggest...
Pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares, seized from street sellers and shops in the biggest action against intellectual property piracy, are seen in Bucharest April 23, 2009. Pirated copies hold around 50 percent of Romania's CD and DVD market, although the Balkan country is not a producer of illegal entertainment and software, according to the Romanian Office for Intellectual Property (ORDA). REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ROMANIA/
RTXEAGU
April 23, 2009
A policeman guards about 168,000 pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street...
Bucharest, Romania
Policeman guards pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers and...
A policeman guards about 168,000 pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers and shops in the biggest action against intellectual property piracy in Bucharest April 23, 2009. Pirated copies hold around 50 percent of Romania's CD and DVD market, although the Balkan country is not a producer of illegal entertainment and software, according to the Romanian Office for Intellectual Property (ORDA). REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS SCI TECH)
ROMANIA/
RTXEAGO
April 23, 2009
A worker arranges about 168,000 crushed pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from...
Bucharest, Romania
Worker arranges crushed pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers...
A worker arranges about 168,000 crushed pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers and shops in the biggest action against intellectual property piracy in Bucharest April 23, 2009. Pirated copies hold around 50 percent of Romania's CD and DVD market, although the Balkan country is not a producer of illegal entertainment and software, according to the Romanian Office for Intellectual Property (ORDA). REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS SCI TECH)
ROMANIA/
RTXEAG4
April 23, 2009
Workers unload about 168,000 pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street...
Bucharest, Romania
Workers unload pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers and shops...
Workers unload about 168,000 pirated CDs and DVDs with music, films and softwares seized from street sellers and shops in the biggest action against intellectual property piracy in Bucharest April 23, 2009. Pirated copies hold around 50 percent of Romania's CD and DVD market, although the Balkan country is not a producer of illegal entertainment and software, according to the Romanian Office for Intellectual Property (ORDA). REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS SCI TECH)
PORTUGAL-JAZZ/
RTXBVC0
February 20, 2009
A man listens to a jazz CD, published by record label Clean Feed, in a Trem Azul jazz store in Lisbon...
Lisbon, Portugal
Man listens to a jazz CD, published by record label Clean Feed, in a Trem Azul jazz store in Lisbon
A man listens to a jazz CD, published by record label Clean Feed, in a Trem Azul jazz store in Lisbon February 17, 2009. Portugal's capital is normally associated with the melancholic fado music, but a new Portuguese jazz label is making a name for itself around the world with an adventurous approach to producing modern jazz. Lisbon's Clean Feed Records has been winning awards and gathering praise from critics in the jazz world for its vibrant exploration of modern jazz. Picture taken February 17, 2009. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
SAFRICA-MUSIC PIRACY/
RTXBTEG
February 19, 2009
A Mr. Bean DVD is seen among some of the R25 million worth of pirated DVD's and CD's that were destroyed...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A Mr. Bean DVD is seen among some of the R25 million worth of pirated DVD's and CD's that were destroyed...
A Mr. Bean DVD is seen among some of the R25 million worth of pirated DVD's and CD's that were destroyed by authorities in Midrand ,February 19 ,2009. Some local artists came to witness the pirated copies of their own work being crushed. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
PAKISTAN/
RTXAVTS
November 23, 2008
A worker takes a break at a small factory where they fry peanuts in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad November...
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
A worker takes a break at a small factory where they fry peanuts in Rawalpindi
A worker takes a break at a small factory where they fry peanuts in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad November 23, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (PAKISTAN)
SPAIN/
RTX6IFU
June 04, 2008
Pirated audiovisual goods are displayed at a Madrid police station June 4, 2008. 32 people were arrested...
Madrid, Spain
Pirated audiovisual goods are displayed at a Madrid police station
Pirated audiovisual goods are displayed at a Madrid police station June 4, 2008. 32 people were arrested and 300,000 CDs and DVDs were confiscated in one of Spain's biggest crackdowns on bootleg audiovisual goods, according to Spanish police officials. REUTERS/Susana Vera(SPAIN)
BULGARIA/
RTX6GXN
June 03, 2008
A worker shovels pirated CDs and DVDs before their destruction by a bulldozer in Sofia June 3, 2008....
Sofia, Bulgaria
A worker shovels pirated CDs and DVDs before their destruction by a bulldozer in Sofia
A worker shovels pirated CDs and DVDs before their destruction by a bulldozer in Sofia June 3, 2008. Over 29,000 pirated movie, music and software CDs and DVDs seized in recent police operations were destroyed, Bulgarian Culture Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
PARAGUAY-ELECTION/CORRUPTION
RTR1ZPIQ
April 20, 2008
A customer looks at pirated CDs and DVDs on display at a marketplace in Asuncion, a day before the country...
Asuncion, Paraguay
A customer looks at pirated CDs and DVDs on display at a marketplace in Asuncion, a day before the country...
A customer looks at pirated CDs and DVDs on display at a marketplace in Asuncion, a day before the country holds presidential elections, April 19, 2008. The poor South American country of Paraguay is known in the region for its cheap electronics, fake designer handbags and dirty politics. Picture taken April 19, 2008. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (PARAGUAY)
CHINA-USA/WTO
RTR1STO3
August 16, 2007
Customers select pirated CDs at a store selling pirated CDs and DVDs in Beijing August 16, 2007. Beijing...
Beijing, China
Customers select pirated CDs at a store selling pirated CDs and DVDs in Beijing
Customers select pirated CDs at a store selling pirated CDs and DVDs in Beijing August 16, 2007. Beijing objects to an attempt by the United States to use the World Trade Organization to impose new obligations on China to crack down on pirated goods, the Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
ROMANIA-PIRACY/
RTR1PC5C
May 04, 2007
Crushed pirated CDs and DVDs of music, films and software seized from street sellers and shops are seen...
Bucharest, Romania
Crushed pirated CDs and DVDs of music, films and software seized from street sellers and shops are seen...
Crushed pirated CDs and DVDs of music, films and software seized from street sellers and shops are seen in Bucharest May 4, 2007. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
PERU
RTR1P3U2
April 27, 2007
Workers from Peru's intellectual property protection agency Indecopi destroy some 250,000 illegally copied...
Lima, Peru
Workers from Peru's intellectual property protection agency Indecopi destroy some 250,000 illegally copied...
Workers from Peru's intellectual property protection agency Indecopi destroy some 250,000 illegally copied CD's and DVD's with a steamroller in Lima April 27, 2007. Indecopi destroyed an estimated 250,000 CDs as part of a campaign against Peru's piracy market. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
CHINA/
RTR1OLZ7
April 14, 2007
An official steps on pirated CDs and DVDs before they are to be destroyed in Nanjing, Jiangsu province...
Nanjing, China
An official steps on pirated CDs and DVDs before they are to be destroyed in Nanjing
An official steps on pirated CDs and DVDs before they are to be destroyed in Nanjing, Jiangsu province April 14, 2007. China confiscated around 110 million illegal CDs and DVDs in 2006, according to the Ministry of Culture, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
MONKEY COLLEGE
RTXMMMQ
May 19, 2004
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates...
Boston, USA
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonst.....
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates the tasks that trained monkeys can accomplish for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll many more student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program and then provide them to the disabled for assistance.
LIFE MONKEYS
RTRJX79
May 18, 2004
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates...
UNITED STATES
MONKEY RETRIEVES COMPACT DISC FROM INSIDE CD PLAYER AT MONKEY COLLEGE.
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a cd player as she demonstrates the tasks that trained monkeys can accomplish for the disabled at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. The organization, which has already trained more than 93 monkeys to live with and assist severely disabled or paralyzed people, hopes to enroll many more student monkeys in its 2-3 year "monkey college" training program and then provide them to the disabled for assistance. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB
LIFE MONKEYS
RTRJX5S
May 18, 2004
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a closed cd player as she demonstrates...
UNITED STATES
MONKEY RETRIEVES COMPACT DISC FROM INSIDE CD PLAYER AT MONKEY COLLEGE.
Aila, a 10-year-old capuchin monkey, retrieves a compact disc from inside a closed cd player as she demonstrates for quadriplegic Travis Roy at the "Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled" organization's "monkey college" facility in Boston in this photograph taken May 18, 2004. Roy, a youth hockey star, was left paralyzed in 1995 after being injured only eleven seconds into the first game of his much anticipated college hockey career. He is now both a benefactor and prospective client of the monkey helpers organization. REUTERS/Jim Bourg/FEATURE/LIFE-MONKEYS JRB/HB
JAPAN
RTRNQSG
April 06, 1999
Sony Corporation President and co-CEO Nobuyuki Idei holds its newly developed memory stick as he speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY PRESIDENT IDEI TALKS TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Sony Corporation President and co-CEO Nobuyuki Idei holds its newly developed memory stick as he speaks during a news conference where Sony unveiled its new Super Audio CD products in Tokyo April 6. Sony said it plans to begin selling the new audio compact disc players and related products in Japan on May 21. Using a high-fidelity audio format, the new system is able to generate sound quality which recreates in every detail the original music source, the company said. The products are due to be released in overseas markets this autumn, they said.

TA/TAN/AA
JAPAN
RTRNQQX
April 06, 1999
Sony Corporation President and co-CEO Nobuyuki Idei talks to reporters following a news conference where...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY PRESIDENT IDEI SPEAKS TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Sony Corporation President and co-CEO Nobuyuki Idei talks to reporters following a news conference where Sony unveiled its new Super Audio CD products in Tokyo April 6. Sony said it plans to begin selling the new audio compact disc players and related products in Japan on May 21. Using a high-fidelity audio format, the new system is able to generate sound quality which recreates in every detail the original music source, the company said. The products are due to be released in overseas markets this autumn, they said.

TA/TAN/CLH/
BMW
RTXH761
October 16, 1997
A man wearing an Australian bush hat tries BMW's C1 prototype safety/commuter motorcycle at the International...
A man wearing an Australian bush hat tries BMW's C1 prototype safety/commuter motorcycle at the Inte.....
A man wearing an Australian bush hat tries BMW's C1 prototype safety/commuter motorcycle at the International Motor Show in Sydney October 16. The bike offers a selection of unique options including heated handle bars and seat, a compact disc player, anti-theft warning unit and a navigation system. The motor show which runs from October 17 to 26, includes more than 530 cars and motor cycles.
TOSHIBA
RTXH8GG
September 30, 1997
Toshiba Corp promotion woman Naomi Furuya holds new compact digital video disc (DVD) player SD-P410,...
Toshiba Corp promotion woman Naomi Furuya holds new compact digital video disc (DVD) player SD-P410,.....
Toshiba Corp promotion woman Naomi Furuya holds new compact digital video disc (DVD) player SD-P410, which the company calls the world's first compact personal DVD player, at Toshiba headquarters in Tokyo September 30. The player, priced at 75,000 yen ($620) and weighing 1.2 kg (2.65 lb), can be easily carried around for convenience at home and in business and is to go on the market in November 1997. Japanese makers predict that DVD sales would boom as more movie and music titles become available in the new format.
RTR7A19
September 30, 1997
Toshiba Corp promotion woman Naomi Furuya holds new compact digital video disc (DVD) player SD-P410,...
Japan
TOSHIBA WOMAN HOLDS FIRST COMPACT DVD PLAYER IN TOKYO
Toshiba Corp promotion woman Naomi Furuya holds new compact digital video disc (DVD) player SD-P410, which the company calls the world's first compact personal DVD player, at Toshiba headquarters in Tokyo September 30. The player, priced at 75,000 yen ($620) and weighing 1.2 kg (2.65 lb), can be easily carried around for convenience at home and in business and is to go on the market in November 1997. Japanese makers predict that DVD sales would boom as more movie and music titles become available in the new format.

JAPAN DVD
RTR6871
August 31, 1997
Saleswomen unload karaoke machines to be sold in a Beijing department store August 31. Sales of consumer...
China
WOMEN UNLOAD KARAOKE MACHINES IN BEIJING
Saleswomen unload karaoke machines to be sold in a Beijing department store August 31. Sales of consumer durables such as karaoke machines, video compact disc players and large-screen televisions have been booming this summer, with urban retail sales of consumer goods reaching 129.5 billion yuan ($15.6 billion) in July, a 13.6 percent rise from last year.

CHINA
VIDEO DISC
RTXGF7C
November 01, 1996
Shop attendant Hironori Kobayashi demonstrates a 98,000-yen (about US$860) digital video disc (DVD) player...
Shop attendant Hironori Kobayashi demonstrates a 98,000-yen (about US$860) digital video disc (DVD) .....
Shop attendant Hironori Kobayashi demonstrates a 98,000-yen (about US$860) digital video disc (DVD) player as it becomes available for sales in Japan, November 1. The DVD, expected eventually to sweep away prerecorded video movies, compact discs and CD-ROMs, made a quiet, wet debut in heavy rain in Japan, with consumers throwing a curious look at the product while few bothered to open up their purses.
GLASSTRON
RTXGR68
June 04, 1996
Sony showroom attendant Emi Shirota shows off a personal liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor, Glasstron,...
Sony showroom attendant Emi Shirota shows off a personal liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor, Glass.....
Sony showroom attendant Emi Shirota shows off a personal liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor, Glasstron, and a video compact disc (CD) player in Tokyo June 4. The company that gave the world music Walkman is taking personalised entertainment into a new dimension with its latest gadget -- an individual movie screen mounted in a headset. Sony Corp said it would launch the PLM-50 Glasstron later this month that will allow individual viewing of movies and video discs
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