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MALTA-TUNNELS/
RTS19V7W
July 31, 2017
Electricity conduits and cables are plied onto a chair in the Filter Room at the Combined Operations...
Valletta, Malta
The Wider Image: Shadows of history in Malta's war tunnels
Electricity conduits and cables are plied onto a chair in the Filter Room at the Combined Operations Centre, dating back to World War Two, in the War Headquarters tunnels beneath Valletta, Malta, January 24, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "LUPI TUNNELS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SOLARCITY-PANEL/
RTS2T8E
October 02, 2015
Attorney Jon Wellinghoff, (L-R), Andrew L. Shapiro, Broadscale's founder, and Audrey Zibelman, Chair...
New York, UNITED STATES
Wellinghoff, Shapiro and Zibelman speak at SolarCity's Inside Energy Summit in Manhattan, New York
Attorney Jon Wellinghoff, (L-R), Andrew L. Shapiro, Broadscale's founder, and Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission, speak at SolarCity's Inside Energy Summit in Manhattan, New York October 2, 2015. SolarCity on Friday said it had built a solar panel that is the most efficient in the industry at transforming sunlight into electricity. REUTERS/Rashid Umar Abbasi
SOLARCITY-PANEL/
RTS2T7T
October 02, 2015
Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission, speaks at SolarCity's Inside...
New York, UNITED STATES
Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission, speaks at SolarCity's Inside...
Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission, speaks at SolarCity's Inside Energy Summit in Manhattan, New York October 2, 2015. SolarCity on Friday said it had built a solar panel that is the most efficient in the industry at transforming sunlight into electricity. REUTERS/Rashid Umar Abbasi
SOLARCITY-PANEL/
RTS2T7S
October 02, 2015
Attorney Jon Wellinghoff, (L-R), Andrew L. Shapiro, Broadscale's founder, and Audrey Zibelman, Chair...
New York, UNITED STATES
Wellinghoff, Shapiro and Zibelman speak at SolarCity's Inside Energy Summit in Manhattan, New York
Attorney Jon Wellinghoff, (L-R), Andrew L. Shapiro, Broadscale's founder, and Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York State Public Service Commission, speak at SolarCity's Inside Energy Summit in Manhattan, New York October 2, 2015. SolarCity on Friday said it had built a solar panel that is the most efficient in the industry at transforming sunlight into electricity. REUTERS/Rashid Umar Abbasi
MEXICO-CULTURE/
RTX1AUU9
April 29, 2015
Rene Penia sits in an electrical wheel chair and in between a VW Beetle 1995, locally called "Vocho",...
Monterrey, Mexico
Rene Penia sits in an electrical wheel chair and in between a VW Beetle 1995, locally called "Vocho",...
Rene Penia sits in an electrical wheel chair and in between a VW Beetle 1995, locally called "Vocho", and another one of his cars, outside his home in Monterrey April 22, 2015. The Beetle was painted by a local artist to be part of an exhibition on the 1960s at the National History Museum in Monterrey where it was on display for five years. Pena bought the car for 25.000 Mexican Pesos (some $2,000 at that time) in 2013 during an auction and he then converted the car into an electrical vehicle. Picture taken April 22, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
JAPAN-ROBOTS/
RTR4ESO6
November 19, 2014
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne adjusts the position of the Lower Limb Model...
Tsukuba, Japan
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne adjusts the position of the Lower Limb Model...
A studio staff from Japan's robot venture company Cyberdyne adjusts the position of the Lower Limb Model HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) for welfare use during a HAL training at the Cyberdyne studio in Tsukuba, north of Tokyo July 22, 2014. Japan, with the world's largest robot population, is now awakening to a crisis as its lead in robotics ? one of its last areas of technological prominence - comes under threat from better-coordinated efforts in the United States and Germany, as well as Asian rivals South Korea and China. Picture taken July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH POLITICS)
IRELAND-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR44C4K
August 30, 2014
A chair is suspended from a tree near the Body and Soul arena on the second day of Electric Picnic music...
STRADBALLY, Ireland
A chair is suspended from a tree near the Body and Soul arena on the second day of Electric Picnic music...
A chair is suspended from a tree near the Body and Soul arena on the second day of Electric Picnic music festival at Stradbally Hall in County Laois August 30, 2014. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/SUICIDE
RTR3XWF6
July 09, 2014
Mikio Watanabe sits on a legless chair as pairs of rubber boots are reflected in a mirror at the entrance...
Kawamata Town, Japan
Watanabe sits on a legless chair as pairs of rubber boots are reflected in a mirror at the entrance to...
Mikio Watanabe sits on a legless chair as pairs of rubber boots are reflected in a mirror at the entrance to his home at Yamakiya district in Kawamata town, Fukushima prefecture June 23, 2014. In July 2011, nearly four months after the massive earthquake and tsunami that triggered a series of catastrophic failures at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, Hamako Watanabe returned to her still-radioactive hilltop home, doused herself in kerosene and set herself on fire. She left no suicide note, but her husband Mikio, who discovered her charred body, says plant operator Tokyo Electric is directly responsible. A district court in Fukushima is expected to rule in late August on Watanabe's lawsuit, which Tokyo Electric (Tepco) is contesting. Watanabe's house is still in an exclusion zone, where traffic is restricted to former residents and decontamination crews and he regularly commutes to maintain the empty home. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENERGY)
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR3TU7Q
June 15, 2014
Wires and cables are placed at the photographer's position at the Beira-Rio stadium one day before the...
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Wires and cables are placed at the photographer's position at the Beira-Rio stadium one day before the...
Wires and cables are placed at the photographer's position at the Beira-Rio stadium one day before the match between France and Honduras in Porto Alegre June 14, 2014. In a project called 'On The Sidelines' Reuters photographers share pictures showing their own quirky and creative view of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCIETY)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTX13PLJ
September 18, 2013
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Hong Kong, China
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai District Court in Hong Kong September 18, 2013. A Hong Kong couple were jailed on Wednesday for torturing, beating and abusing their Indonesian maid, who said they once dressed her in a diaper and tied her to a chair for five days while they went on holiday. Tai Chi-wai, 42, an electric appliance salesman, was jailed for three years and three months and his wife, Catherine Au Yuk-shan, 41, a public hospital assistant, got five-and-a-half years after being found guilty of a total of eight charges, including assault and wounding with intent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTX13PLH
September 18, 2013
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Hong Kong, China
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai District Court in Hong Kong September 18, 2013. A Hong Kong couple were jailed on Wednesday for torturing, beating and abusing their Indonesian maid, who said they once dressed her in a diaper and tied her to a chair for five days while they went on holiday. Tai Chi-wai, 42, an electric appliance salesman, was jailed for three years and three months and his wife, Catherine Au Yuk-shan, 41, a public hospital assistant, got five-and-a-half years after being found guilty of a total of eight charges, including assault and wounding with intent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTX13PLB
September 18, 2013
Domestic helpers and a demonstrator rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers,...
Hong Kong, China
Domestic helpers and a demonstrator rally in support of Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers,...
Domestic helpers and a demonstrator rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai District Court in Hong Kong September 18, 2013. A Hong Kong couple were jailed on Wednesday for torturing, beating and abusing their Indonesian maid, who said they once dressed her in a diaper and tied her to a chair for five days while they went on holiday. Tai Chi-wai, 42, an electric appliance salesman, was jailed for three years and three months and his wife, Catherine Au Yuk-shan, 41, a public hospital assistant, got five-and-a-half years after being found guilty of a total of eight charges, including assault and wounding with intent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
HONGKONG-MAID/
RTX13PL2
September 18, 2013
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Hong Kong, China
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai...
Domestic helpers rally in support of an Indonesian maid who was tortured by her employers, outside Wanchai District Court in Hong Kong September 18, 2013. A Hong Kong couple were jailed on Wednesday for torturing, beating and abusing their Indonesian maid, who said they once dressed her in a diaper and tied her to a chair for five days while they went on holiday. Tai Chi-wai, 42, an electric appliance salesman, was jailed for three years and three months and his wife, Catherine Au Yuk-shan, 41, a public hospital assistant, got five-and-a-half years after being found guilty of a total of eight charges, including assault and wounding with intent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-WEATHER/HEATWAVE
RTX11RQH
July 19, 2013
A couple rest in deck chairs on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham, central England, July...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
A couple rest in deck chairs on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham
A couple rest in deck chairs on an urban beach during hot weather in Nottingham, central England, July 19, 2013. Britain's first prolonged heatwave in seven years has taken the country by surprise, with rails buckling, shops selling out of electric fans, and scientists estimating the surge in temperature could have caused hundreds of premature deaths. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTR3ELK3
March 05, 2013
A busker plays his electric guitar while sitting in a deck chair on a beach revealed by a low tide of...
London, United Kingdom
A busker plays his electric guitar while sitting in a deck chair on a beach revealed by a low tide of...
A busker plays his electric guitar while sitting in a deck chair on a beach revealed by a low tide of the River Thames on the south bank in central London March 5, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
STORM-SANDY/
RTR3ACXG
November 13, 2012
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of...
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, UNITED STATES
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of...
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of sand were washed away by Hurricane Sandy, in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, November 13, 2012. Residents of New York and New Jersey were told to prepare for a long recovery from Superstorm Sandy, as thousands of people grappled with cleaning up their properties, the extended lack of electricity and gasoline shortages nine days after the storm. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
STORM-SANDY/
RTR3ACXF
November 13, 2012
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of...
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, UNITED STATES
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of...
The foundation of a ride similar to a chair lift over the beach is exposed after more than six feet of sand were washed away by Hurricane Sandy, in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, November 13, 2012. Residents of New York and New Jersey were told to prepare for a long recovery from Superstorm Sandy, as thousands of people grappled with cleaning up their properties, the extended lack of electricity and gasoline shortages nine days after the storm. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
AUTOSHOW-GENEVA/
RTR2Z0TE
March 08, 2012
Former California Governor and R20 Founding Chair Arnold Schwarzenegger looks at an electric bike during...
Geneva, Switzerland
Former California Governor and R20 Founding Chair Schwarzenegger looks at an electric bike during the...
Former California Governor and R20 Founding Chair Arnold Schwarzenegger looks at an electric bike during his visit to the Green Pavilion on the opening day of the 82nd Geneva Auto Show at the Palexpo Arena in Geneva March 8, 2012. The Geneva Motor Show takes place from March 8 to 18. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
USA/
RTR2XTCF
February 14, 2012
A mock-up of an electric chair is displayed during a media preview tour of The Mob Museum in Las Vegas,...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A mock-up of an electric chair is displayed during a media preview tour of The Mob Museum in Las Vegas...
A mock-up of an electric chair is displayed during a media preview tour of The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada February 13, 2012. The display refers to the 1944 execution of mob boss Louis "Lepke" Buchalter. The museum, in a renovated former federal courthouse and post office, will have its grand opening February 14. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
BRITAIN/
RTR2UBU2
November 22, 2011
John McCarter reads the newspaper by the window in the front living room of his wooden house in the hamlet...
DOWNHILL, United Kingdom
John McCarter reads the newspaper by the window in the front living room of his wooden house in the hamlet...
John McCarter reads the newspaper by the window in the front living room of his wooden house in the hamlet of Downhill on the north coast of county Londonderry November 22, 2011. McCarter, age 77, has been living without electricity or central heating for the past 29 years. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-NUCLEAR-CALIFORNIA/
RTR2JXTA
March 15, 2011
Beachgoers sit near the San Onofre Nuclear Generating plant in north San Diego County, California March...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Beachgoers sit near the San Onofre Nuclear Generating plant in north San Diego County, California
Beachgoers sit near the San Onofre Nuclear Generating plant in north San Diego County, California March 15, 2011. Californians have long had an uneasy relationship with their two nuclear power plants, and the crisis in Japan raises new doubts about how long nuclear power will survive in the earthquake-prone state. The first test of the Golden State's support for nuclear power is coming soon, as the nuclear plants perched on the scenic but fault-laden California coastline begin the process for 20-year license renewals. REUTERS/Alan Devall (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXWG9N
January 11, 2011
Vice President of Engineering and Advanced Research for Ford Motor Paul Mascarenas (C) shows an electric...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Mascarenas shows an electric vehicle battery to Bloom and Stabenow during press preview days of the North...
Vice President of Engineering and Advanced Research for Ford Motor Paul Mascarenas (C) shows an electric vehicle battery to Ron Bloom (L), U.S. President Barack Obama's Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy, and U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) (R), co-chair of the senate manufacturing caucus, during press preview days of the North American International Auto show in Detroit, Michigan January 11, 2011. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXSHG9
September 21, 2010
Visitors at the booth of Japanese camera maker Olympus pose for a happy snap on a giant office chair...
Cologne, Germany
Visitors at the booth of Japanese camera maker Olympus pose for a happy snap on a giant office chair...
Visitors at the booth of Japanese camera maker Olympus pose for a happy snap on a giant office chair on the first day of the world's largest fair for imaging in Cologne September 21, 2010. More than 1,200 exhibitors from 45 countries show their latest products at the Photokina 2010 from September 21 to 26. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT SCI TECH BUSINESS)
CEBIT/
RTXCAQT
March 03, 2009
Visitors relax in chairs listening to music at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover March 3, 2009. The...
Hanover, Germany
Visitors relax in chairs listening to music at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover
Visitors relax in chairs listening to music at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover March 3, 2009. The world's biggest IT fair CeBIT with 4300 exhibitors from 69 countries opens its doors to the public on March 3, and runs through March 8, 2009. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
USA-FASHION/BARCELONA
RTXBU65
February 20, 2009
A model squats on a stool while waiting to get her makeup done before the Custo Barcelona collection...
New York, UNITED STATES
A model squats on a stool while waiting to get her makeup done before the Custo Barcelona collection...
A model squats on a stool while waiting to get her makeup done before the Custo Barcelona collection show at New York Fashion Week February 19, 2009. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY-NUCLEAR/
RTX99ZV
October 07, 2008
Employees work in the control room of reactor block A at the nuclear powerplant in Biblis September 18,...
Biblis, Germany
To match feature GERMANY-NUCLEAR/
Employees work in the control room of reactor block A at the nuclear powerplant in Biblis September 18, 2008. The vat of still blue water containing enriched uranium rods at Germany's oldest nuclear plant looks as harmless as a public swimming pool. But the stifling heat in the domed reactor building and the sight of workers in orange jumpsuits with Geiger counters, white gloves and layers of plastic covering their feet betray the risks of nuclear power generation. Picture taken September 18, 2008. To match feature GERMANY-NUCLEAR/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
VIDEOGAMES-RETIREES/
RTR1NT6X
March 23, 2007
Jim Coulter, a resident at the Greenspring Village Community in Springfield Virginia, prepares to swing...
Springfield, UNITED STATES
Resident of the Greenspring Village Community in Springfield, Virginia, plays baseball game on Wii game...
Jim Coulter, a resident at the Greenspring Village Community in Springfield Virginia, prepares to swing as he plays a baseball video game on the community's new Wii game console March 22, 2007. Japan's Nintendo has been on a mission to expand the $30 billion global video game market far beyond the children and young males who make up its core consumers. And the company, a former underdog best known for fun, high-quality games based on off-beat characters like plumbers -- think Mario Bros. -- has sent shock waves through game industry with the unexpected and runaway success of the Wii. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
MISSUSA/
RTR1NQYL
March 22, 2007
Contestants use their iPods, mobile phones or just rest to pass the time during rehearsals for the 56th...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Contestants use their iPods, mobile phones or just rest to pass the time during rehearsals for the 56th...
Contestants use their iPods, mobile phones or just rest to pass the time during rehearsals for the 56th Annual Miss USA competition in Hollywood, California March 21, 2007. The competition will be telecast March 23 from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
LIFE PENIKESE
RTRFT42
June 28, 2005
Ricky Eaton, 16, keeps an eye on the drill he is using to make a chair during vocational school in Penikese...
Penikese, United Kingdom
Eaton keeps an eye on the drill in Penikese Island, Massachusetts.
Ricky Eaton, 16, keeps an eye on the drill he is using to make a chair during vocational school in Penikese Island, Massachusetts June 28, 2005. The only electricity on the island is powered by a gasoline generator used in the woodshop. Penikese Island is a small school for boys between the ages of 15-18 who are in need of special services and have in some manner got into trouble with the law. Enrolment is limited to nine boys who live, work, and attend school on the island. The boys and staff are the islands only inhabitants. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi JR
TEXAS EXECUTION
RTRE403
November 19, 2002
Lea Drake passes a mock-up of a prison cell as she tours the Texas
Prison Museum in Huntsville, Texas...
Houston, United States of America
VISITOR PASSES BY A PRISON CELL AT THE TEXAS PRISON MUSEUM.
Lea Drake passes a mock-up of a prison cell as she tours the Texas
Prison Museum in Huntsville, Texas November 19, 2002. The new Museum,
which is designed to look like a Texas prison, is where Texas' retired
electric chair "Old Sparky" is on display. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC
TEXAS EXECUTION
RTRE3ZW
November 19, 2002
Visitors pass the guard tower as they enter the new Texas Prison
Museum, designed to look like a prison...
Houston, United States of America
TEXAS PRISON MUSEUM IN HUNTSVILLE TEXAS.
Visitors pass the guard tower as they enter the new Texas Prison
Museum, designed to look like a prison where Texas' retired electric
chair "Old Sparky" is on display in Huntsville, Texas, November 19,
2002. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC
TEXAS EXECUTION
RTRE3ZP
November 19, 2002
Aaron Dickson, President of the Board of Directors of the Texas Prison
Museum stands on November 19,...
Houston, United States of America
TEXAS ELECTRIC CHAIR OLD SPARKY.
Aaron Dickson, President of the Board of Directors of the Texas Prison
Museum stands on November 19, 2002 with "Old Sparky," the Texas
electric chair in which 361 killers were executed. The electric chair
is in an exhibit called "Riding the Thunderbolt" in the non-profit
Texas Prison Museum's new facility in Huntsville, Texas.
REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC
JAPAN
RTXKW0I
November 08, 2001
The "Cerebrex," a futuristic chair which passes an electric current through the head of users to boost...
Tokyo, Japan
The "Cerebrex," a futuristic chair which passes an electric current through the head of users to boo.....
The "Cerebrex," a futuristic chair which passes an electric current through the head of users to boost brain power, is on display at the "World Genius Convention" in Tokyo November 8, 2001. Geniuses of the world converged on a train station in central Tokyo for the convention, organised by Japan's Dr. Yoshiro NakaMats, who claims to have invented the floppy disk.
LIFE JAPAN GENIUS
RTRP5BW
November 08, 2001
The "Cerebrex," a futuristic chair which passes an electric current
through the head of users to boost...
Tokyo, Japan
FUTURISTIC CHAIR ON DISPLAY AT WORLD GENIUS CONVENTION IN TOKYO.
The "Cerebrex," a futuristic chair which passes an electric current
through the head of users to boost brain power, is on display at the
"World Genius Convention" in Tokyo November 8, 2001. Geniuses of the
world converged on a train station in central Tokyo for the convention,
organised by Japan's Dr. Yoshiro NakaMats, who claims to have invented
the floppy disk. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

ES/RCS
DISTURBED
RTXK6PJ
December 18, 2000
Singer David Draiman of the band "Disturbed" poses in a mock electric chair during the group's performance...
Las Vegas, USA
Singer David Draiman of the band "Disturbed" poses in a mock electric chair during the group's perfo.....
Singer David Draiman of the band "Disturbed" poses in a mock electric chair during the group's performance at the "Nightmare Before Christmas" concert on December 18, 2000 at The Joint inside the Hard Rock hotel-casino in Las Vegas. "Disturbed" is touring in support of the album "The Sickness."
ENTERTAINMENT CONCERT
RTRC6CP
December 18, 2000
Singer David Draiman of the band "Disturbed" poses in a mock electric chair during the group's performance...
Las Vegas, USA
DAVID DRAIMAN OF BAND DISTURBED PERFORMS IN LAS VEGAS AT THE HARD ROCK JOINT.
Singer David Draiman of the band "Disturbed" poses in a mock electric chair during the group's performance at the "Nightmare Before Christmas" concert on December 18, 2000 at The Joint inside the Hard Rock hotel-casino in Las Vegas. "Disturbed" is touring in support of the album "The Sickness.

EM/BK
SPAIN
RTXJJWQ
February 20, 2000
A replica of an electric chair is displayed in front of the United States Embassy guarded by Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
A replica of an electric chair is displayed in front of the United States Embassy guarded by Spanish.....
A replica of an electric chair is displayed in front of the United States Embassy guarded by Spanish riot police in Madrid February 20 during a protest against the death penalty. Hundreds of demonstrators demand a fair trial for Spanish prisoner Joaquin Jose Martinez who has spent four years on death row in the U.S. state of Florida.
SPAIN
RTR1G78
February 20, 2000
A replica of an electric chair is displayed in front of the United States Embassy guarded by Spanish...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
REPLICA OF ELECTRIC CHAIR DISPLAYED IN FRONT US EMBASSY IN MADRID.
A replica of an electric chair is displayed in front of the United States Embassy guarded by Spanish riot police in Madrid February 20 during a protest against the death penalty. Hundreds of demonstrators demand a fair trial for Spanish prisioner Joaquin Jose Martinez who has spent four years on death row in the U.S. state of Florida.

DB/
SPAIN
RTR1G73
February 20, 2000
Demonstrators stand behind a replica of an electric chair in front of the United States Embassy in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
REPLICA OF ELECTRIC CHAIR DISPLAYED IN FRONT US EMBASSY IN MADRID.
Demonstrators stand behind a replica of an electric chair in front of the United States Embassy in Madrid February 20 during a protest against the death penalty. Hundreds of demonstrators demand a fair trial for Spanish prisioner Joaquin Jose Martinez who has spent four years on death row in the U.S. state of Florida.

DB/
KOSOVO DONORS
RTRQNUJ
July 28, 1999
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman gestures during a news conference in Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTHEAST EUROPE, CHRIS POORTMAN GESTURES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE.
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman gestures during a news conference in Brussels on July 28 following a meeting of donors to pledge funds for food and shelter for thousands of Kosovars this winter. Poortman said the immediate aim of the meeting was to try to obtain funding for priority needs in Kosovo including humanitarian assistance and budgetary support for the interim administration. The European Commission, which co-chaired the meeting with the World Bank, said some 120,000 homes in Kosovo were damaged during the conflict in the province and that electricity and water supplies also needed urgent repairs.

BEN/NAA/AA
KOSOVO DONORS
RTRQNUH
July 28, 1999
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman holds a news conference in Brussels on July...
Brussels, Belgium
WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTHEAST EUROPE, POORTMAN HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE.
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman holds a news conference in Brussels on July 28 following a meeting of donors to pledge funds for food and shelter for thousands of Kosovars this winter. Poortman said the immediate aim of the meeting was to try to obtain funding for priority needs in Kosovo including humanitarian assistance and budgetary support for the interim administration. The European Commission, which co-chaired the meeting with the World Bank, said some 120,000 homes in Kosovo were damaged during the conflict in the province and that electricity and water supplies also needed urgent repairs.

BEN/NAA/AA
KOSOVO DONORS
RTRQNUF
July 28, 1999
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman holds a news conference in Brussels July 28...
Brussels, Belgium
WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTHEAST EUROPE, POORTMAN HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE.
World Bank coordinator for southeast Europe Chris Poortman holds a news conference in Brussels July 28 following a meeting of donors to pledge funds for food and shelter for thousands of Kosovars this winter. Poortman said the immediate aim of the meeting was to try to obtain funding for priority needs in Kosovo including humanitarian assistance and budgetary support for the interim administration. The European Commission, which co-chaired the meeting with the World Bank, said some 120,000 homes in Kosovo were damaged during the conflict in the province and that electricity and water supplies also needed urgent repairs.

BEN/NAA/AA
KOSOVO DONORS
RTRQNS3
July 28, 1999
POORTMAN WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTH EAST EUROPE TALKS TO LINN, WORLD BANK VICE-PRESIDENT FOR CENTRAL...
Brussels, Belgium
POORTMAN WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTH EAST EUROPE TALKS TO LINN, WORLD BANK VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ......
POORTMAN WORLD BANK COORDINATOR FOR SOUTH EAST EUROPE TALKS TO LINN, WORLD BANK VICE-PRESIDENT FOR CENTRAL EUROPE AND ASIA.


Chris Poortman (L), World Bank coordinator for south-east Europe, talks to Johannes Linn (R), World Bank vice-president for Central Europe and Asia, before a meeting July 28 of donors to pledge funds for food and shelter for thousands of Kosovars this winter. The European Commission, which co-chaired the meeting with the World Bank, said some 120,000 homes in Kosovo were damaged during the conflict in the province and electricity and water supplies need urgent repairs.
PHILIPPINES
RTXHXLT
October 18, 1998
A Filipino man grimaces while trying out a mock electric chair, dubbed the 'electric shocker' at a popular...
A Filipino man grimaces while trying out a mock electric chair, dubbed the 'electric shocker' at a p.....
A Filipino man grimaces while trying out a mock electric chair, dubbed the 'electric shocker' at a popular shopping mall in Manila October 18. The chair jolts the body with a non-lethal amount of electricity. The Philippines is preparing to execute Leo Echagaray, a poor carpenter who raped his ten-year-old stepdaughter. The mode of execution has been change from the electric chair to a lethal injection.
RTRIGJD
October 18, 1998
A Filipino man grimaces while trying out a mock electric chair, dubbed the 'electric shocker' at a popular...
Philippines
A FILIPINO MAN TRIES OUT A MOCK ELECTRIC CHAIR IN MANILA.
A Filipino man grimaces while trying out a mock electric chair, dubbed the 'electric shocker' at a popular shopping mall in Manila October 18. The chair jolts the body with a non-lethal amount of electricity. The Philippines is preparing to execute Leo Echagaray, a poor carpenter who raped his ten-year-old stepdaughter. The mode of execution has been change from the electric chair to a lethal injection.

RR/JO/
RTRHA1Q
September 14, 1998
A lifeguard dressed against the chill wind watches over bathers at the Blue Lagoon hot springs, as a...
Iceland
LIFEGUARD IN PARKA WATCHES OVER ICELAND THERMAL LAGOON.
A lifeguard dressed against the chill wind watches over bathers at the Blue Lagoon hot springs, as a thermal electricity plant looms in the background on September 13. Iceland has taken advantage of its natural hot mineral-rich water caused by volcanic activity to heat and provide electricity to most homes around the capital Reykjavik, and power its aluminum smelter.

CLH/JDP
IACOCCA
RTXHDYC
July 24, 1997
Former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca (R) and Unique Mobility, Inc. Chairman Ray Geddes pose with two...
Former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca (R) and Unique Mobility, Inc. Chairman Ray Geddes pose with two.....
Former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca (R) and Unique Mobility, Inc. Chairman Ray Geddes pose with two of their electric vehicles, a commuter car and scooter, outside company headquarters in Golden, Colorado July 24. Iacocca and Geddes worked together at Ford and Chrysler, and now join forces again to design and produce small electric vehicles from wheel chairs to commuter cars.
RTR5ONW
July 24, 1997
Former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca (R) and Unique Mobility, Inc. Chairman Ray Geddes pose with two...
UNITED STATES
IACOCCA WITH POSES WITH THE UNIQUE MOBILITY CHAIRMAN
Former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca (R) and Unique Mobility, Inc. Chairman Ray Geddes pose with two of their electric vehicles, a commuter car and scooter, outside company headquarters in Golden, Colorado July 24. Iacocca and Geddes worked together at Ford and Chrysler, and now join forces again to design and produce small electric vehicles from wheel chairs to commuter cars.

IACOCCA
MCVEIGH
RTXHH52
June 04, 1997
A Timothy McVeigh look-a-like Houston Holley sits near downtown Denver in an electric chair solicting...
A Timothy McVeigh look-a-like Houston Holley sits near downtown Denver in an electric chair solicti.....
A Timothy McVeigh look-a-like Houston Holley sits near downtown Denver in an electric chair solicting drivers to honk their horns to "execute" McVeigh June 4, who was convicted of the Oklahoma City bombing on June 2. The radio station promotion reported vigorous responses from people driving by, including police cars.
RTR464K
June 04, 1997
A Timothy McVeigh look-a-like Houston Holley sits near downtown Denver in an electric chair solicting...
multiple countries
TIMOTHY MCVEIGH IMPERSONATOR SITS IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
A Timothy McVeigh look-a-like Houston Holley sits near downtown Denver in an electric chair solicting drivers to honk their horns to "execute" McVeigh June 4, who was convicted of the Oklahoma City bombing on June 2. The radio station promotion reported vigorous responses from people driving by, including police cars.

BOMBING
INGRAM
RTXG42D
April 08, 1995
The hearse carrying the body of convicted murderer Nicholas Lee Ingram drives by a guard as it exits...
The hearse carrying the body of convicted murderer Nicholas Lee Ingram drives by a guard as it exits.....
The hearse carrying the body of convicted murderer Nicholas Lee Ingram drives by a guard as it exits the Georgia Diagnostic Center in Jackson, April 7 after Ingram was put to death in the electric chair at 9:15 pm. British-born Ingram was the 18th death row inmate to be put to death by electrocution since 1973
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