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FACEBOOK-RESEARCH/
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June 27, 2012
A picture illustration shows a man looking at the Facebook website on a tablet in Sofia June 27, 2012....
Sofia, Bulgaria
A picture illustration shows a man looking at the Facebook website on a tablet in Sofia
A picture illustration shows a man looking at the Facebook website on a tablet in Sofia June 27, 2012. Wall Street's top financial firms delivered highly-anticipated assessments of social networking phenomenon Facebook Inc on Wednesday, giving a cautious nod of approval about the company a month after its rocky initial public offering. Picture was flipped horizontally. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXWMIX
January 16, 2011
An ophthalmologist conducts free cataract surgery on a patient in Manila January 16, 2011. In celebration...
Manila, Philippines
An ophthalmologist conducts free cataract surgery on a patient in Manila
An ophthalmologist conducts free cataract surgery on a patient in Manila January 16, 2011. In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the University of Santo Tomas, the Tzu Chi Foundation, a Buddhist charitable organization, has collaborated with doctors from the university's ophthalmology department to provide free cataract removal operations for 400 patients from needy families. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY EDUCATION)
PAKISTAN/
RTXTH19
October 15, 2010
A doctor checks the eye pressure of Aroosa, 19, in a hospital in Karachi on October 15, 2010. The World...
Karachi, Pakistan
A doctor checks the eye pressure of Aroosa, 19, in a hospital in Karachi
A doctor checks the eye pressure of Aroosa, 19, in a hospital in Karachi on October 15, 2010. The World Sight Day, sponsored by The World Health Organization (WHO), is an annual event to bring awareness on blindness. An estimated 180 million people world-wide are visually disabled, according to the WHO website. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: HEALTH)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
RTR2ID7I
September 15, 2010
A flood victim is administered eye drops to cure an infection while taking refuge with her family in...
Sukkur, Pakistan
A flood victim is administered eye drops to cure an infection while taking refuge with her family in...
A flood victim is administered eye drops to cure an infection while taking refuge with her family in a relief camp for flood victims in Sukkur, in Pakistan's Sindh province September 15, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
JORDAN
RTX9YQL
October 27, 2008
Jordan's Prince Raad (R) offers sweets to Wafa Abdullah, 28, as she holds her daughter Rowa at Isra hospital...
Amman, Jordan
Jordan's Prince Raad offers sweets to Wafa Abdullah as she holds her daughter Rowa at Isra hospital in...
Jordan's Prince Raad (R) offers sweets to Wafa Abdullah, 28, as she holds her daughter Rowa at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008. Wafa saw her four children for the first time on Monday after a successful cornea transplant in her left eye. Wafa was born blind, according to Jordan News Agency. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
JORDAN
RTX9YQE
October 27, 2008
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her daughter Rowa and her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad (R) at...
Amman, Jordan
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her daughter Rowa and her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad at Isra...
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her daughter Rowa and her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad (R) at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008. Wafa saw her four children for the first time on Monday after a successful cornea transplant in her left eye. Wafa was born blind, according to Jordan News Agency. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
JORDAN
RTX9YQ5
October 27, 2008
Wafa Abdullah, 28, poses with her children Aseel (L), Rowa (C) and Huthefa (R) at Isra hospital in Amman...
Amman, Jordan
Wafa Abdullah poses with her children Aseel, Rowa and Huthefa at Isra hospital in Amman
Wafa Abdullah, 28, poses with her children Aseel (L), Rowa (C) and Huthefa (R) at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008. Wafa saw her four children for the first time on Monday after a successful cornea transplant in her left eye. Wafa was born blind, according to Jordan News Agency. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
JORDAN
RTX9YQ0
October 27, 2008
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad at Isra hospital in Amman October...
Amman, Jordan
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad at Isra hospital in Amman
Wafa Abdullah, 28, looks at her son Hutheafa next to Jordan's Prince Raad at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008. Wafa saw her four children for the first on Monday after a successful cornea transplant in her left eye. Wafa was born blind, according to Jordan News Agency. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
JORDAN
RTX9YPC
October 27, 2008
Wafa Abdullah, 28, hugs her seven-month-old daughter Rowa at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008....
Amman, Jordan
Wafa Abdullah, 28, hugs her seven-month-old daughter at Isra hospital in Amman October
Wafa Abdullah, 28, hugs her seven-month-old daughter Rowa at Isra hospital in Amman October 27, 2008. Wafa saw her four children for the first time on Monday after a successful cornea transplant in her left eye. Wafa was born blind, according to Jordan News Agency. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
BASEBALL/
RTX8QP3
September 20, 2008
Carmen Cornea of Stamford Connecticut holds a handful of dirt from the outfield warning track at Yankee...
New York, UNITED STATES
Man with handful of dirt from Yankee Stadium field before second-to-last game at Yankee Stadium
Carmen Cornea of Stamford Connecticut holds a handful of dirt from the outfield warning track at Yankee Stadium as he stands in the crowd before the Yankees' played the Baltimore Orioles in their second-to-last game ever at the legendary stadium, September 20, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
INDIA-AUSTRALIA/URANIUM
RTX8MEP
September 10, 2008
Australia's Foreign Minister Stephen Smith checks the cornea evaluation machine of the eye bank at LV...
Hyderabad, India
Australia's FM Smith checks cornea evaluation machine of eye bank at LV Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad...
Australia's Foreign Minister Stephen Smith checks the cornea evaluation machine of the eye bank at LV Prasad Eye Institute in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad September 10, 2008. Australia will not reverse its ban on the sale of uranium to India but would be open to sharing nuclear technology for civilian uses, Smith said on Tuesday. Smith is on a five-day visit to India. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
CUBA/
RTX5RCO
May 15, 2008
A boy with special needs looks at an image to stimulate the cornea at the "Solidarity with Panama" school...
Havana, Cuba
A boy with special needs looks at an image to stimulate the cornea at the "Solidarity with Panama" school...
A boy with special needs looks at an image to stimulate the cornea at the "Solidarity with Panama" school in Havana May 15, 2008. May 17 is the United Nations World Telecommunication and Information Society Day with the focus this year on connecting persons with disabilities. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
UNPLUGGED/
RTR1ZLXZ
April 18, 2008
A Google search page is reflected in the eye of a computer user in Leicester, central England, in this...
Leicester, United Kingdom
To match feature UNPLUGGED/
A Google search page is reflected in the eye of a computer user in Leicester, central England, in this July 20, 2007 file photo. A new grass-roots movement is underway in which techno geeks, Internet addicts, "crackberry" users and compulsive IMers are deciding to wrest back control of their lives by daring to switch off -- if only for a day. To match feature UNPLUGGED/ REUTERS/Darren Staples/Files (BRITAIN)
NETHERLANDS
RTXMJ1Z
April 07, 2004
Jannemiek Sonneveld, 27, turns her left eye to show the latest thing in bodyfashion, the Jewel Eye, in...
Driebergen, Netherlands
Jannemiek Sonneveld, 27, turns her left eye to show the latest thing in bodyfashion, the Jewel Eye, .....
Jannemiek Sonneveld, 27, turns her left eye to show the latest thing in bodyfashion, the Jewel Eye, in her hometown Driebergen, the Netherlands April 7, 2004. The eye jewel, made of platinum and available in the shape of a heart, a star or circle, is implanted under the cornea of the eye and is not visable unless the eye is turned. The procedure costs 500 euros.
DUTCH
RTRGZ8D
April 07, 2004
Dutch woman Deborah Boer models the "Jewel Eye" in her hometown Driebergen, the Netherlands April 7,...
Driebergen, Netherlands - Kingdom of
DUTCH DEBORAH BOER MODELS LATEST TREND IN BODY FASHION IN NETHERLANDS.
Dutch woman Deborah Boer models the "Jewel Eye" in her hometown Driebergen, the Netherlands April 7, 2004. The "Jewel Eye" piece is latest trend in body fashion and is implanted underneath of the cornea of the eye. REUTERS/Michael Kooren ODLY PP04100190 MKN/ACM
SPORTS ROWING
RTR14I8X
August 26, 2001
Romania's men's eight team with Daniel Mastacan, Florin Corbeanu,
Cornel Nemtoc, Ioan Florariu, Ovidiu...
Rotsee, Switzerland
ROMANIAS MEN'S EIGHT TEAM JUBILATES AFTER WINNING THE FINAL AT ROWING
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Romania's men's eight team with Daniel Mastacan, Florin Corbeanu,
Cornel Nemtoc, Ioan Florariu, Ovidiu Cornea, Andre Banica, Gheorghe
Pirvan, Vasile Mastacan and Martin Gheorghe jubilate after winning the
final at the rowing world championships in Lucerne August 26, 2001.

RS/CLH/
TAIWAN EXECUTION
RTRRC71
October 07, 1999
The body of executed criminal Chen Chin-hsing arrives at Taipei's Chang Gung Memorial Hospital October...
Taipei, Taiwan
THE BODY OF EXECUTED CRIMINAL CHEN CHIN-HSING ARRIVES AT HOSPITAL IN TAIPEI.
The body of executed criminal Chen Chin-hsing arrives at Taipei's Chang Gung Memorial Hospital October 6 as his wife Chang Shui-Jung follows beside him. Chen became the island's most notorious criminal when he killed, kidnap victim Pai Hsiao-yen, daughter of actress Pai Ping-ping in 1997, then surrendered to police after holding a South African embassy official and his family hostage. Chen had donated his corneas, heart, lung and kidneys to hospitals.

SK/CC
RTRAPYE
January 22, 1998
Relatives carry the body of nine-year-old Palestinian boy Ahmed al-Genazri, covered with a floral blanket...
BODY OF 9-YEAR-OLD AHMED AL-GENAZRI IN HEBRON
Relatives carry the body of nine-year-old Palestinian boy Ahmed al-Genazri, covered with a floral blanket and on a mattress, into his family home January 22. Ahmed died from his injuries sustained in an automobile accident January 21 and his parents donated his liver, kidneys, a heart valve and corneas for use in transplants to both Arab and Jewish sick children.

MIDEAST
BRAZIL
RTXINBM
January 07, 1998
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up January 7 a pair of eyes whose...
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up January 7 a pair of eyes .....
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up January 7 a pair of eyes whose cornea has been used for transplants. A controversial law, which took effect January 1, making all Brazilians over 21 potential organ donors has ignited a nationwide debate over whether the country is ready to administer such a delicate program.
BRAZIL
RTXINA4
January 07, 1998
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up a jar with an eye whose cornea...
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up a jar with an eye whose c.....
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up a jar with an eye whose cornea has been used for a transplant, January 7. A controversial law, which took effect January 1, makes all Brazilians over 21 potential organ donors and has ignited a nationwide debate over whether the country is ready to administer such a delicate program.
RTRA6B6
January 07, 1998
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up January 7 a pair of eyes whose...
Brazil
DOCTOR GOMES HOLDS UP A PAIR OF EYES WHOSE CORNEA HAS BEEN USED FOR TRANSPLANTS
Doctor Luis Eduardo Gomes from the Servidor Hospital in Sao Paulo holds up January 7 a pair of eyes whose cornea has been used for transplants. A controversial law, which took effect January 1, making all Brazilians over 21 potential organ donors has ignited a nationwide debate over whether the country is ready to administer such a delicate program.

BRAZIL ORGANS
RTR1Z9D
February 21, 1997
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (L) signs the condolence register of Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, who died...
Netherlands
DUTCH PM KOK SIGNS CONDOLENCE REGISTER AT CHINESE EMBASSY
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (L) signs the condolence register of Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, who died Wednesday February 19, as Charge D'Affair of the Chinese Embassy in The Netherlands Zhou Congwu looks on, February 21. The 92-year old paramount leader Deng, who's corneas will be donated to an eye bank and his body given for medical research, will be cremated Tuesday February 25 and have his ashes scattered at sea.

DENG
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