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BRITAIN POLES
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November 19, 2006
A shopper chooses meat at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. Picture taken November...
London, United Kingdom
Shopper chooses meat at Polish delicatessen in west London
A shopper chooses meat at a Polish delicatessen in west London November 13, 2006. Picture taken November 13, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
FOOD CROATIA EU
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February 06, 2006
A local sausage producer cuts home-made 'kulen', a spicy pork sausage covered in mould, are hung out...
Zagreb, Croatia
To accompany feature Food-Croatia-EU
A local sausage producer cuts home-made 'kulen', a spicy pork sausage covered in mould, are hung out to dry at a smoke-room on a farm in Kutjevo, eastern Croatia February 6, 2006. Say Croatia and most people will think of glorious unspoiled beaches. Some might remember the bloody independence war of the 1990s. Few will think: "Ah, the sausages!"But the country does boast great sausages, cheeses and wines, some found nowhere else in the world. Its Agriculture Ministry wants to register and protect them before enterprising producers abroad hear about them and try to copy them. Picture taken February 6, 2006. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE FOOD-CROATIA-EU REUTERS/ Nikola Solic
MIDEAST
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December 27, 2005
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near...
Abu Gosh, WEST BANK
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, n.....
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen.
MIDEAST
RTR1BM3S
December 27, 2005
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near...
Abu Gosh
Children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
MIDEAST
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December 27, 2005
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu...
Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste hummus at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
MIDEAST
RTR1BLJH
December 27, 2005
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near...
Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste hummus at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
MIDEAST
RTR1BLJC
December 27, 2005
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near...
Abu Gosh
Children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun PP05120246
MD
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March 09, 2005
Britain's Home Secretary Charles Clarke sips a drink during a visit with Prime Minister Tony Blair to...
London, UK
Britain's Home Secretary Charles Clarke sips a drink during a visit with Prime Minister Tony Blair to...
Britain's Home Secretary Charles Clarke sips a drink during a visit with Prime Minister Tony Blair to a delicatessen in London. Britain's Home Secretary Charles Clarke (L) sips a drink during a visit with Prime Minister Tony Blair to a delicatessen in London's Clapham High Street where they met police officers March 9, 2005. The British government made new concessions on Wednesday to speed through parliament contentious new anti-terrorism laws that have turned into a bruising pre-election fight for Prime Minister Blair. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/Pool
CAMPAIGN KERRY
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October 17, 2004
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry visits Katzingers Delicatessen in Columbus, Ohio October 17,...
Columbus, UNITED STATES
Democratic presidential nominee Kerry visits an Ohio deli.
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry visits Katzingers Delicatessen in Columbus, Ohio October 17, 2004. Senator Kerry also attended church services at Mount Olivet Baptist Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder US ELECTION BS
GENOA
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January 10, 2004
A view of chocolates in a delicatessen in Genoa, January 10, 2004. Together with the northern French...
Genoa, Italy
A VIEW OF A PILE OF CHOCOLATES IN A DELICATESSEN IN GENOA.
A view of chocolates in a delicatessen in Genoa, January 10, 2004. Together with the northern French city of Lille, Genoa has been designated a European city of Culture for 2004. BLIFE NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Max Rossi PP04010034 MR/SN
GENOA
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January 10, 2004
A box of candied fruit is displayed in a delicatessen in Genoa, January 10, 2004. Together with the northern...
Genoa, Italy
CANDIED FRUIT DISPLAYED IN DELICATESSEN IN GENOA.
A box of candied fruit is displayed in a delicatessen in Genoa, January 10, 2004. Together with the northern French city of Lille, Genoa has been designated a European city of Culture for 2004. REUTERS/Max Rossi PP04010034 MR/SN
BRITAIN SPORT SOCCER
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July 20, 2002
Rio Ferdinand, Leeds United Captain leaves an aptly named sandwich shop
in Wetherby after stopping for...
Wetherby, UK
LEEDS UNITED CAPTAIN FERDINAND STANDS IN FRONT OF DELICATESSEN SHOP IN
WETHERBY NEAR LEEDS.
Rio Ferdinand, Leeds United Captain leaves an aptly named sandwich shop
in Wetherby after stopping for lunch on July 20, 2002. Leeds United
have set Manchester United a deadline of noon on Sunday to complete the
transfer of England defender Rio Ferdinand. Leeds rejected a bid
reportedly worth 29 million pounds ($45.81 million) from their English
premier league rivals on July 19, 2002, but Ferdinand did not fly out
with the Leeds squad on Saturday for a pre-season tour of the Far East.
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is reported to have told
Ferdinand that if he undertook the 10-day trip his transfer to Old
Trafford would be off. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid.

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SPORT SOCCER WORLD ENGLAND
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May 15, 2002
WORLD CUP ATTACHE COLLIER FROM THE BRITISH EMBASSY EXPLAINS PAMPHLETS
ON ENGLISH SOCCER FANS TO DELI...
Tokyo, Japan
WORLD CUP ATTACHE COLLIER FROM THE BRITISH EMBASSY EXPLAINS PAMPHLETS
ON ENGLISH SOCCER FANS TO DELI...
WORLD CUP ATTACHE COLLIER FROM THE BRITISH EMBASSY EXPLAINS PAMPHLETS
ON ENGLISH SOCCER FANS TO DELI MANAGER KONDO IN TOKYO.


World Cup attache Simon Collier (R) from the British Embassy explains
pamphlets on English soccer fans to Japanese delicatessen-cafe manager
Norihiro Kondo in Tokyo's Roppongi area May 15, 2002. The pamphlets are
designed to help shopkeepers, restauranteurs and other business owners
who are worried that the "English disease" of hooliganism may accompany
the thousands of England fans visiting during the FIFA World Cup. "They
will drink and sing and may become noisy, but they are not out to do
violence or tear down shops," a British Embassy minister said.
REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
RELGION ISRAEL PIG
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October 31, 2001
A Russian immigrant sells pork sausages in a non-Kosher delicatessen in
the central Israeli town of...
Bet Shemesh
RUSSIAN ISRAELI SELL PORK IN HIS SHOP IN BET SHEMESH.
A Russian immigrant sells pork sausages in a non-Kosher delicatessen in
the central Israeli town of Bet Shemesh. The Jewish orthodox community
in the town is trying to ban porcine products from being sold in the
heart of the city. Picture taken October 31, 2001. FOR RELEASE WITH
RELGION-ISRAEL-PIG REUTERS/Natalie Behring

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RELGION ISRAEL PIG
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October 31, 2001
A Russian immigrant slices meat in a non-Kosher delicatessen in the
central Israeli town of Bet Shemesh....
Bet Shemesh
RUSSIAN ISRAELI SELLS PORK IN SHOP IN BET SHEMESH.
A Russian immigrant slices meat in a non-Kosher delicatessen in the
central Israeli town of Bet Shemesh. The Jewish orthodox community in
the town is trying to ban porcine products from being sold in the heart
of the city. Picture taken October 31, 2001. FOR RELEASE WITH
RELGION-ISRAEL-PIG REUTERS/Natalie Behring

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ITALY
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February 03, 2000
19JAN2000 FILE PHOTO - Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds...
Bologna, Italy
19JAN2000 FILE PHOTO - Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he hol.....
19JAN2000 FILE PHOTO - Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds up one of the house specialties, a 12 kilogram Mortadella. Although this Italian city has given birth to a host of delicious food, its name is synonymous in the U.S. for a pale pink sandwich meat which Americans pronounce baloney, but bears only slight resemblance to its noble ancestor, the mortadella sausage. Bologna-based food companies will resume exports of mortadella to the U.S. starting February 9 following a 20-year ban.
ITALY
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February 03, 2000
19JAN2000 FILE PHOTO - Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds...
Bologna, Italy (Italian Republic)
CLERK HOLDS A MORTADELLA IN AN ITALIAN DELICATESSEN.
19JAN2000 FILE PHOTO - Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds up one of the house specialties, a 12 kilogram Mortadella. Although this Italian city has given birth to a host of delicious food, its name is synonymous in the U.S. for a pale pink sandwich meat which Americans pronounce baloney, but bears only slight resemblance to its noble ancestor, the mortadella sausage. Bologna-based food companies will resume exports of mortadella to the U.S. starting February 9 following a 20-year ban.

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ITALY
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January 21, 2000
A clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, cuts into one of the house specialties, a 12 kilogram Mortadella...
Bologna, Italy (Italian Republic)
A MORTADELLA IS CUT OPEN IN AN ITALIAN DELICATESSEN.
A clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, cuts into one of the house specialties, a 12 kilogram Mortadella January 19. The United States has thrown out an importation ban on mortadella, reopening the U.S. market for the traditional Italian pork product as of February 9 2000, following a 20-year-absence. Picture taken 19 January.

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ITALY
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January 21, 2000
Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds up one of the house specialties,...
Bologna, Italy (Italian Republic)
CLERK HOLDS A MORTADELLA IN AN ITALIAN DELICATESSEN.
Gianni Pieretti, a clerk at Bologna's Tamburni delicatessen, smiles as he holds up one of the house specialties, a 12 kilogram Mortadella. The United States has thrown out an importation ban on mortadella, reopening the U.S. market for the traditional Italian pork product as of February 9 2000, following a 20-year-absence.

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December 10, 1997
President Bill Clinton walks from Katz's Delicatessen in driving rain and snow after lunch in New York,...
multiple countries
PRESIDENT CLINTON LEAVES KATZ'S DELICATESSEN IN RAIN AND SNOW
President Bill Clinton walks from Katz's Delicatessen in driving rain and snow after lunch in New York, December 10. Clinton also visited the Bronx section of the city and went Christmas shopping at the South Street Seaport during his visit.

CLINTON FUNDS
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