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ITALY-CUCINELLI/
RTXQLG7
November 11, 2009
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-CUCINELLI/
RTXQLG5
November 11, 2009
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Rolls of cashmere wool thread are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K2K
September 07, 2009
An apartment sold by former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld is seen in New York September 5, 2009....
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
An apartment sold by former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld is seen in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K2E
September 07, 2009
A general view of the building housing the new company of former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
A general view of the building housing the new company of former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS CITYSCAPE)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K2C
September 07, 2009
A bird flies past a building housing the new company of former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld in...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
A bird flies past a building housing the new company of former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K27
September 07, 2009
A taxi passes an apartment sold by former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld in New York September 5,...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
A taxi passes an apartment sold by former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K1L
September 07, 2009
Former Lehman Brothers Chief Executive Richard Fuld (R) greets an unidentified man at John F. Kennedy...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
Former Lehman Brothers Chief Executive Richard Fuld (R) greets an unidentified man at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K1D
September 07, 2009
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5,...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K1A
September 07, 2009
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5,...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
LEHMAN/FULD
RTR27K0P
September 07, 2009
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5,...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD
Former Lehman Chief Executive Richard Fuld arrives at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York September 5, 2009. Fuld, 63, took Lehman's reins in 1994 when it was troubled and rebuilt it into the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, a Wall Street powerhouse whose massively profitable mortgage banking machine inspired rivals' envy. But it was forced to file the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history after it choked under the weight of souring assets and lost investor confidence, and as the U.S. government and Federal Reserve failed to find a buyer and decided not to come up with a rescue package. Picture taken September 5, 2009. To match Reuters EXCLUSIVE LEHMAN/FULD REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS)
CUBA-AUTO/
RTR24RK9
June 18, 2009
A vintage taxi waits for customers at Cuba's Capitol in Havana in this May 27, 2009 file photo. The cars...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-AUTO/
A vintage taxi waits for customers at Cuba's Capitol in Havana in this May 27, 2009 file photo. The cars predate communist Cuba's 1959 revolution, having rolled off the assembly line decades before the U.S. auto industry's current crisis of steep losses in reputation and market share. They hark back to a time when Detroit's Big Three automakers were the envy of the world and a symbol of American economic power. To match feature CUBA-AUTO/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Files (CUBA TRANSPORT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CUBA-AUTO/
RTR24RK3
June 18, 2009
A combination of file photos of vintage cars driving past Havana's University June 5, 2009. The cars...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-AUTO/
A combination of file photos of vintage cars driving past Havana's University June 5, 2009. The cars predate communist Cuba's 1959 revolution, having rolled off the assembly line decades before the U.S. auto industry's current crisis of steep losses in reputation and market share. They hark back to a time when Detroit's Big Three automakers were the envy of the world and a symbol of American economic power. To match feature CUBA-AUTO/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Files (CUBA BUSINESS TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
CUBA-AUTO/
RTR24RK2
June 18, 2009
A vintage car drives past Havana's University in this June 5, 2009 file photo. The cars predate communist...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-AUTO/
A vintage car drives past Havana's University in this June 5, 2009 file photo. The cars predate communist Cuba's 1959 revolution, having rolled off the assembly line decades before the U.S. auto industry's current crisis of steep losses in reputation and market share. They hark back to a time when Detroit's Big Three automakers were the envy of the world and a symbol of American economic power. To match feature CUBA-AUTO/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Files (CUBA SOCIETY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AUTOS/CONGRESS
RTR229CU
December 04, 2008
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, poses...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Rhodes of Chrysler LLC poses with an electric car on Capitol Hill in Washington
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, poses with an electric Dodge EV on Capitol Hill in Washington December 4, 2008. The top executives of the major U.S. auto companies pledged to refocus on higher fuel efficiency and lower production costs as they asked Congress again on Thursday for billions of dollars in emergency cash.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
AUTOS/CONGRESS
RTR229CO
December 04, 2008
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, demonstrates...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Rhodes of Chrysler LLC demonstrates an electric car on Capitol Hill in Washington
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, demonstrates an electric Dodge EV on Capitol Hill in Washington December 4, 2008. The top executives of the major U.S. auto companies pledged to refocus on higher fuel efficiency and lower production costs as they asked Congress again on Thursday for billions of dollars in emergency cash.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
AUTOS/CONGRESS
RTR229CN
December 04, 2008
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, demonstrates...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Rhodes of Chrysler LLC demonstrates an electric car on Capitol Hill in Washington
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, demonstrates an electric Dodge EV on Capitol Hill in Washington December 4, 2008. The top executives of the major U.S. auto companies pledged to refocus on higher fuel efficiency and lower production costs as they asked Congress again on Thursday for billions of dollars in emergency cash.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
AUTOS/CONGRESS
RTR229CM
December 04, 2008
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, poses...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Rhodes of Chrysler LLC poses with an electric car on Capitol Hill in Washington
Lou Rhodes, president of ENVI and vice president of Advance Vehicle Engineering at Chrysler LLC, poses with an electric Dodge EV on Capitol Hill in Washington December 4, 2008. The top executives of the major U.S. auto companies pledged to refocus on higher fuel efficiency and lower production costs as they asked Congress again on Thursday for billions of dollars in emergency cash.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN/
RTR1NEYJ
March 13, 2007
A male Gentoo penguin (R) presents a large pebble in its mouth to a female in her nest as a part of their...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A male Gentoo penguin presents a large pebble in its mouth to a female in her nest as part of their unique...
A male Gentoo penguin (R) presents a large pebble in its mouth to a female in her nest as a part of their unique mating courtship at the Edinburgh zoo, Scotland March 13, 2007. The mating season begins in March and lasts for 4-6 weeks when males who suffer from 'pebble envy' steal the best looking pebbles from other nests to take to their own. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1NEYF
March 13, 2007
A male Gentoo penguin presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A male Gentoo penguin presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship...
A male Gentoo penguin presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship at the Edinburgh zoo, Scotland March 13, 2007. The mating season begins in March and lasts for 4-6 weeks when males who suffer from 'pebble envy' steal the best looking pebbles from other nests to take to their own. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1NEY3
March 13, 2007
A male Gentoo penguin (R) presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A male Gentoo penguin presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship...
A male Gentoo penguin (R) presents a large pebble to a female as a part of their unique mating courtship at the Edinburgh zoo, Scotland March 13, 2007. The mating season begins in March and lasts for 4-6 weeks when males who suffer from 'pebble envy' steal the best looking pebbles from other nests to take to their own. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
MIDEAST ELECTIONS
RTR18L8L
January 21, 2006
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside a polling station in Hebron January 21, 2006. Palestinian...
Hebron
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside polling station in Hebron
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside a polling station in Hebron January 21, 2006. Palestinian security forces cast the first ballots on Saturday in the Palestinian Legislative Council election, voting early before the main national poll next week, the first contested by the militant group Hamas. PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
CHIRAC
RTXO057
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04V
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04U
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04T
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04S
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04R
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04Q
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04P
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
CHIRAC
RTXO04O
November 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement...
Jouy-Le-Moutier, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Envi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 24NOV05 - French President Jacques Chirac listens to speeches as he visits Veolia Environnement vocational training centre in Jouy-le-Moutier Paris suburb, November 24, 2005.
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORKL
August 27, 2005
Liberian men stand near a torn up railway track at the village of Combat Camp, where they scavenge and...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Liberian men stand near a torn up railway track at the village of Combat Camp, where they scavenge and sell materials to builders in the nearby capital Monrovia, August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORK7
August 27, 2005
Orita, 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Orita, 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat Camp near Liberia's capital Monrovia August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORK0
August 27, 2005
Orita, 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Orita, 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat Camp near Liberia's capital Monrovia August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORJO
August 27, 2005
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat Camp near Liberia's capital Monrovia August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORJJ
August 27, 2005
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat Camp near Liberia's capital Monrovia August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORJD
August 27, 2005
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of...
Monrovia, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Orita (R), 11, sifts through dirt looking for stones at an abandoned railway track in the village of Combat Camp near Liberia's capital Monrovia August 27, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 27, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORN9
August 25, 2005
Liberian men ride a home-made wooden rail cart along an abandoned railway near the port city of Buchanan...
Buchanan, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Liberian men ride a home-made wooden rail cart along an abandoned railway near the port city of Buchanan August 25, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. It's rain forest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 25, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORM1
August 25, 2005
Liberian men salvage a tractor tire for recycling near the port city of Buchanan August 25, 2005. In...
Buchanan, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Liberian men salvage a tractor tire for recycling near the port city of Buchanan August 25, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rain forest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 25, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
LIBERIA SCAVENGERS
RTRORLJ
August 25, 2005
Liberian labourers move through smouldering piles of wet earth, where wood is buried and burnt to make...
Buchanan, Liberia
To match feature Liberia-Scavengers.
Liberian labourers move through smouldering piles of wet earth, where wood is buried and burnt to make charcoal, near the port city of Buchanan August 25, 2005. In Liberia, war has forced a nation to scavenge. Its rainforest and savannah are rich in timber, rubber and minerals but its infrastructure, once the envy of the region, is so decayed the main business is stripping the ruins. Picture taken August 25, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
MEXICO
RTXM5BD
August 16, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 15AUG03- Mexican biologist Alejandro Abundis shows Chilean Rose Tarantulas, at the environment...
Mexico City, Mexico
-PHOTO TAKEN 15AUG03- Mexican biologist Alejandro Abundis shows Chilean Rose Tarantulas, at the envi.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 15AUG03- Mexican biologist Alejandro Abundis shows Chilean Rose Tarantulas, at the environment reserve in Mexico state, some of the 500 tarantulas abandoned at the airport in Mexico City this week when their owner failed to complete import paperwork. The spider gets its name from its rusty red and pink hairs.They average under three inches (seven cm) in length and live between six and 11 years. Picture taken August 15, 2003.
INDIA
RTRJKIV
March 09, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai smiles during a
news conference in the eastern...
Calcutta, Republic of India
FORMER MISS INDIA AND BOLLYWOOD FILM STAR AISHWARYA RAI SMILES IN
CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai smiles during a
news conference in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta, March 9, 2003.
Rai, one of Bollywood's leading actresses, is starring in a Bengali
film for the first time. "Chokher Bali" or "Envy" will be released at
the end of this year. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

SD/FA
RAI
RTXLTV3
March 07, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai smiles during a news conference in the eastern...
Calcutta, India
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai smiles during a news conference in the easte.....
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai smiles during a news conference in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta, March 9, 2003. Rai, one of Bollywood's leading actresses, is starring in a Bengali film for the first time. "Chokher Bali" or "Envy" will be released at the end of this year.
SHOWEST
RTRJIEL
March 06, 2003
Director Barry Levinson (L) and actor Christopher Walken pose with
Walken's award for Supporting Actor...
Las Vegas
CHRISTOPHER WALKEN AND BARRY LEVINSON POSE AT SHOWEST IN LAS VEGAS.
Director Barry Levinson (L) and actor Christopher Walken pose with
Walken's award for Supporting Actor of the Year, at the Paris Las Vegas
hotel during ShoWest, the official convention of the National
Association of Theatre Owners, March 6, 2003. Levinson, who directed
Walken in the upcoming movie "Envy," presented the award to Walken.
REUTERS/Ethan Miller

EM
SHOWEST
RTRJIEF
March 06, 2003
Director Barry Levinson (L) and actor Christopher Walken pose with
Walken's award for Supporting Actor...
Las Vegas
CHRISTOPHER WALKEN AND BARRY LEVINSON POSE AT SHOWEST IN LAS VEGAS.
Director Barry Levinson (L) and actor Christopher Walken pose with
Walken's award for Supporting Actor of the Year, at the Paris Las Vegas
hotel during ShoWest, the official convention of the National
Association of Theatre Owners, March 6, 2003. Levinson, who directed
Walken in the upcoming movie "Envy," presented the award to Walken.
REUTERS/Ethan Miller

EM
INDIA
RTRJB86
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai speaks during
filming a scene for her latest movie...
Calcutta, India
AISHWARYA RAI ACTS DURING A SCENE IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai speaks during
filming a scene for her latest movie the Bengali language film Chokher
Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. Chokher Bali (Envy) will be
released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first motion picture
in a Bengali language production. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JSG/VB
INDIA
RTRJB7X
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai takes a break
from shooting on her latest film...
Calcutta, India
FORMER MISS INDIA AND BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI TAKES A BREAK
FROM SHOOTING IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai takes a break
from shooting on her latest film the Bengali language movie Chokher
Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. Chokher Bali (Envy) will be
released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first motion picture
in a Bengali language production. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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INDIA
RTRJB7P
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai takes a break
from shooting on her latest film...
Calcutta, India
FORMER MISS INDIA AND BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI TAKES A BREAK
FROM SHOOTING IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai takes a break
from shooting on her latest film the Bengali language movie Chokher
Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. Chokher Bali (Envy) will be
released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first motion picture
in a Bengali language production. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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INDIA
RTRJB78
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai acts out a scene
during filming for the Bengali...
Calcutta, India
AISHWARYA RAI ACTS OUT A SCENE DURING FILMING FOR THE BENGALI MOVIE
CHOKHER BALI IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai acts out a scene
during filming for the Bengali movie Chokher Bali (Envy) in Calcutta
March 4, 2003. Chokher Bali (Envy) will be released at the end of this
year and marks Rai's first motion picture in a Bengali language
production. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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INDIA
RTRJ94B
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher...
Calcutta, Republic of India
INDIAN ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI IN SCENE FROM NEW MOVIE IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. The
film will be released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first
Bengali language motion picture. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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INDIA
RTRJ944
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai (R) discusses the
script for the Bengali motion...
Calcutta, Republic of India
AISHWARYA RAI DISCUSSES SCRIPT WITH DIRECTOR IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai (R) discusses the
script for the Bengali motion picture Chokher Bali (Envy) with the
director Rituparna Ghosh in Calcutta March 4, 2003. Chokher Bali (Envy)
will be released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first motion
picture in a Bengali language production. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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INDIA
RTRJ93Y
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher...
Calcutta, Republic of India
INDIAN ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI IN SCENE FROM NEW MOVIE IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. The
film will be released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first
Bengali language motion picture. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JSG/RCS
INDIA
RTRJ93Q
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher...
Calcutta, Republic of India
INDIAN ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI IN SCENE FROM NEW MOVIE IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. The
film will be released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first
Bengali language motion picture. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JSG/RCS
RTRJ93I
March 04, 2003
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher...
India
INDIAN ACTRESS AISHWARYA RAI IN SCENE FROM NEW MOVIE IN CALCUTTA.
Former Miss India and Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai shoots a scene
in the Bengali movie Chokher Bali (Envy) in Calcutta March 4, 2003. The
film will be released at the end of this year and marks Rai's first
Bengali language motion picture. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

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PERU FEATURE
RTRJEZO
February 20, 2003
Peru's jailed former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos arrives after a
break of his trial at Lurigancho...
Lima, Peru - Republic of
FILE IMAGE FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC PERU MONTESINOS.
Peru's jailed former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos arrives after a
break of his trial at Lurigancho prison in Lima, in this file image
from February 20, 2003. For a decade, Vladimiro Montesinos lived a life
that would have made James Bond green with envy, bribes, bodyguards, a
blonde mistress, not to mention secret videos, foreign bank accounts
and even a escape tunnel hidden under a pink bathtub. FOR RELEASE WITH
FEATURE BC PERU-MONTESINOS. PICTURE TAKEN FEBRUARY 20, 2003.
REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

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EGYPT
RTXLLF8
October 30, 2002
Incense burns over a pile of dates in a Cairo shop October 30, 2002, ahead of the holy month of Ramadan...
Cairo, Egypt
Incense burns over a pile of dates in a Cairo shop October 30, 2002, ahead of the holy month of Rama.....
Incense burns over a pile of dates in a Cairo shop October 30, 2002, ahead of the holy month of Ramadan which begins next week. During the month, Muslims fast in daylight hours but celebrate with special foods in the evening, and consumption goes up. Dates and incense are particularly popular because the Prophet Mohammad is said to have broken his fast with energy-giving dates and incense is viewed in popular culture as a means of avoiding the "evil eye" of envy.
EGYPT
RTR154QF
October 30, 2002
Incense burns over a pile of dates in a Cairo shop October 30, 2002,
ahead of the holy month of Ramadan...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
PREPARATIONS FOR THE ISLAMIC HOLY MONTH OF RAMADAN BEGINS IN EGYPT.
Incense burns over a pile of dates in a Cairo shop October 30, 2002,
ahead of the holy month of Ramadan which begins next week. During the
month, Muslims fast in daylight hours but celebrate with special foods
in the evening, and consumption goes up. Dates and incense are
particularly popular because the Prophet Mohammad is said to have
broken his fast with energy-giving dates and incense is viewed in
popular culture as a means of avoiding the "evil eye" of envy. RIGHTS
FREE REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby

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BRITAIN
RTXLIPG
September 26, 2002
A model of the design for the new Wembley Stadium is seen at its unveiling in London, September 26, 2002....
London, UK
A model of the design for the new Wembley Stadium is seen at its unveiling in London, September 26, .....
A model of the design for the new Wembley Stadium is seen at its unveiling in London, September 26, 2002. A new 90,000-seater national stadium at Wembley with a soaring 133-metre arch that will make England either the envy of the world or an international laughing stock was finally given the go-ahead on Thursday.
CROZIER
RTXLIPF
September 26, 2002
Chief Executive of the Football Association Adam Crozier unveils plans for the new Wembley Stadium at...
London, UK
Chief Executive of the Football Association Adam Crozier unveils plans for the new Wembley Stadium a.....
Chief Executive of the Football Association Adam Crozier unveils plans for the new Wembley Stadium at a news conference in London, September 26, 2002. [A new 90,000 seater national stadium at Wembley with a soaring 133-metre arch that will make England either the envy of the world or an international laughing stock was finally given the go-ahead on Thursday.]
BRITAIN
RTXLIPE
September 26, 2002
A photographer takes a picture of a model of the new Wembley Stadium after the plans were unveiled in...
London, UK
A photographer takes a picture of a model of the new Wembley Stadium after the plans were unveiled i.....
A photographer takes a picture of a model of the new Wembley Stadium after the plans were unveiled in London, September 26, 2002. A new 90,000-seater national stadium at Wembley with a soaring 133-metre arch that will make England either the envy of the world or an international laughing stock was finally given the go-ahead on Thursday.
BRITAIN
RTRYUXA
September 26, 2002
Chief Executive of the Football Association Adam Crozier unveils plans
for the new Wembley Stadium at...
London, UK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CROZIER ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR
NEW WEMBLEY STADIUM IN LONDON....
Chief Executive of the Football Association Adam Crozier unveils plans
for the new Wembley Stadium at a news conference in London, September
26, 2002. A new 90,000 seater national stadium at Wembley with a
soaring 133-metre arch that will make England either the envy of the
world or an international laughing stock was finally given the go-ahead
on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

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