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USA-ANTIFA/PROFILE
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July 10, 2021 
A cross stitch reads "Come back with a warrant" in the window of a recreational vehicle used by left-wing... 
X, UNITED STATES 
Leftist-activist Nicole Armbruster at her camp on a piece of land she and friends purchased in Arizona... 
A cross stitch reads "Come back with a warrant" in the window of a recreational vehicle used by left-wing activist Nicole Armbruster on a piece of land she and friends purchased in Arizona, U.S., July 10, 2021. Picture taken July 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart 
USA-ANTIFA/PROFILE
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July 10, 2021 
A cross stitch reads "Come back with a warrant" in the window of a recreational vehicle used by left-wing... 
X, UNITED STATES 
Leftist-activist Nicole Armbruster at her camp on a piece of land she and friends purchased in Arizona... 
A cross stitch reads "Come back with a warrant" in the window of a recreational vehicle used by left-wing activist Nicole Armbruster on a piece of land she and friends purchased in Arizona, U.S., July 10, 2021. Picture taken July 10, 2021. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/ISRAEL
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December 12, 2018 
Women cross-stitch during a Christmas workshop to teach embroidery and handicrafts in the northern Israeli... 
Nazareth, Israel 
Women cross-stitch during a Christmas workshop to teach embroidery and handicrafts in the northern Israeli... 
Women cross-stitch during a Christmas workshop to teach embroidery and handicrafts in the northern Israeli city of Nazareth, December 6, 2018. Picture taken December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
PHILIPPINES
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March 08, 2013 
A student worker creates cross stitch designs for greeting cards at the Good Shepherd convent in Baguio... 
Baguio, Philippines 
A student worker creates cross stitch designs for greeting cards at the Good Shepherd convent in Baguio... 
A student worker creates cross stitch designs for greeting cards at the Good Shepherd convent in Baguio city, northern Philippines March 2, 2013. Some 400 youths, mostly girls, are employed by nuns in the convent for the production of famous delicacies and handicrafts from northern Philippines, with proceeds from the sales going towards the youths' education and activities organized by the convent to inculcate good values in them, according to a nun. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: RELIGION EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
KENYA-BLAST/ARRESTS
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March 12, 2012 
A doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from a victim of an explosion at a bus station in downtown Nairobi... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from victim of explosion at bus station last Saturday evening, at Kenyatta... 
A doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from a victim of an explosion at a bus station in downtown Nairobi last Saturday evening, at the Kenyatta National Hospital in Kenya's capital March 12, 2012. Kenyan police have arrested four people over a grenade attack at a Nairobi bus station blamed on Somali Islamist militants, a senior police official said on Monday. The Kenya Red Cross said the death toll had risen to seven people and more than 40 victims remained in hospital after four grenades were hurled into the bus station from a passing vehicle on Saturday. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH) 
KENYA-BLAST/ARRESTS
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March 12, 2012 
A doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from a victim of an explosion at a bus station in downtown Nairobi... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from a victim of an explosion at a bus station, at the Kenyatta National... 
A doctor stitches shrapnel wounds from a victim of an explosion at a bus station in downtown Nairobi last Saturday evening, at the Kenyatta National Hospital in Kenya's capital March 12, 2012. Kenyan police have arrested four people over a grenade attack at a Nairobi bus station blamed on Somali Islamist militants, a senior police official said on Monday. The Kenya Red Cross said the death toll had risen to seven people and more than 40 victims remained in hospital after four grenades were hurled into the bus station from a passing vehicle on Saturday. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH CRIME LAW) 
AFGHANISTAN-US/
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November 21, 2011 
U.S. Army Specialist Nicole Derk of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff MEDEVAC cross stitches during her shift... 
Logar, Afghanistan 
U.S. Army Specialist Nicole Derk of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff MEDEVAC cross stitches during her shift... 
U.S. Army Specialist Nicole Derk of the C Company 3/82 Dustoff MEDEVAC cross stitches during her shift in Logar province, eastern Afghanistan November 21, 2011. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY HEALTH POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SUDAN
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January 06, 2011 
A Southern Sudanese woman who decided to stay in north Sudan does needlework at the Hadj Hassan district... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
A Southern Sudanese woman who decided to stay in north Sudan does needlework at the Hadj Hassan district... 
A Southern Sudanese woman who decided to stay in north Sudan does needlework at the Hadj Hassan district in south Khartoum January 6, 2011. After south Sudan votes as expected to secede from the north on Jan. 9, leaders of both countries must still resolve a daunting range of practical issues if they are to prevent a return to violence.The referendum, guaranteed by a 2005 peace deal between north and south which ended Africa's longest civil war, is forecast to result in secession, but exactly how the two countries will begin to disentangle their economies, resources and people is far from clear. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
CHINA
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July 27, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 19JUL05- North Korean refugee Rhee Mee-ha, 21, embroiders tiny crosses at a safe house... 
Beijing, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 19JUL05- North Korean refugee Rhee Mee-ha, 21, embroiders tiny crosses at a safe house..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 19JUL05- North Korean refugee Rhee Mee-ha, 21, embroiders tiny crosses at a safe house in northeast China July 19, 2005. Crossing Borders, an Illinois-based non-profit Christian organisation, employs Rhee and several dozen other Korean refugees to stitch the mini-crosses which it then ships and sells to Christian donors in [South Korea, the United States and Europe]. Picture taken July 19, 2005. 
KOREAN NORTH WOMEN
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July 19, 2005 
North Korean refugee Rhee Mee-ha, 21, embroiders tiny crosses at a safe house in northeast China July... 
Beijing, China 
To match feature Korean-North-Women. 
North Korean refugee Rhee Mee-ha, 21, embroiders tiny crosses at a safe house in northeast China July 19, 2005. Crossing Borders, an Illinois-based non-profit Christian organisation, employs Rhee and several dozen other Korean refugees to stitch the mini-crosses which it then ships and sells to Christian donors in South Korea, the United States and Europe. Picture taken July 19, 2005. To match feature Korean-North-Women. REUTERS/Staff RKR/JJ 
KOREAN NORTH WOMEN
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July 19, 2005 
A 50 North Korean won banknote is seen as refugee Rhee Mee-ha stitches in the background at a safe house... 
Beijing, China 
To match feature Korean-North-Women. 
A 50 North Korean won banknote is seen as refugee Rhee Mee-ha stitches in the background at a safe house in northeast China July 19, 2005. Crossing Borders, an Illinois-based non-profit Christian organisation, employs Rhee and several dozen other Korean refugees to stitch the mini-crosses which it then ships and sells to Christian donors in South Korea, the United States and Europe. Picture taken July 19, 2005. To match feature Korean-North-Women. REUTERS/Staff RKR/JJ 
POPE
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June 13, 1999 
Pope John Paul II holds his cross during a holy mass in the town of Sandomierz June 12. The 79-year-old... 
Sandomierz, Poland 
Pope John Paul II holds his cross during a holy mass in the town of Sandomierz June 12. The 79-year-..... 
Pope John Paul II holds his cross during a holy mass in the town of Sandomierz June 12. The 79-year-old Pontiff injured himself after falling in his private bathroom at the Vatican embassy in Warsaw earlier today and needed three stitches. Saturday is the eighth day of the Pope's 13-day trip to his home country.
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POLAND POPE
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June 12, 1999 
Pope John Paul II holds his cross during a holy mass in the town of Sandomierz June 12. The 79-year-old... 
Sandomierz, Poland 
POPE JOHN PAUL II HOLDS CROSS DURING A HOLY MASS. 
Pope John Paul II holds his cross during a holy mass in the town of Sandomierz June 12. The 79-year-old Pontiff injured himself after falling in his private bathroom at the Vatican embassy in Warsaw earlier today and needed three stitches. Saturday is the eighth day of the Pope's 13-day trip to his home country.

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LONGO
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October 07, 1995 
Jeannie Longo of France holds her head as she receives stitches in her leg from Swedish medical officer... 
Jeannie Longo of France holds her head as she receives stitches in her leg from Swedish medical offi..... 
Jeannie Longo of France holds her head as she receives stitches in her leg from Swedish medical officer Tuuilikki Jahre after crossing the finish line and winning the gold medal in the women's world championship road race in Duitiama October 7. Longo was injured in a crash during the race but kept going to win 
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