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SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
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September 04, 2012
Peacekeepers from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) man weapons atop their Armoured Personnel...
ELMAAN, Somalia
Peacekeepers from the AMISOM man weapons atop their APC after capturing former private Elmaan seaport...
Peacekeepers from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) man weapons atop their Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) after capturing the former private Elmaan seaport from al Shabaab insurgents without resistance, 30km (19 miles) east of Mogadishu, September 4, 2012. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
MALDIVES-PRESIDENT
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August 30, 2012
Maldivian riot police chase away supporters of former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed during a protest...
Male, Maldives
Maldivian riot police chase away supporters of former Maldives President Nasheed during a protest in...
Maldivian riot police chase away supporters of former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed during a protest in Male August 30, 2012. Supporters of the former president of the Maldives poured into the streets of the capital of the holiday island chain on Thursday to denounce an internationally backed report which said the leader's removal earlier this year did not constitute a coup. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (MALDIVES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
CHILE/
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August 28, 2012
A student is detained by riot police during a demonstration against the government, to demand changes...
Santiago, Chile
A student is detained by riot police during a demonstration against the government in Santiago
A student is detained by riot police during a demonstration against the government, to demand changes in the public state education system in Santiago August 28, 2012. Chilean students have been protesting against what they say is profiteering in the state education system. REUTERS/Carlos Vera (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION)
PAKISTAN-BOMBING/
RTR34ANG
June 28, 2012
A paramilitary soldier stands guard near a damaged bus destroyed in a bomb attack in the outskirts of...
Quetta, Pakistan
A paramilitary soldier stands guard near a damaged bus destroyed in a bomb attack in the outskirts of...
A paramilitary soldier stands guard near a damaged bus destroyed in a bomb attack in the outskirts of Quetta June 28, 2012. A bomb exploded beside the bus on the outskirts of Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta on Thursday, killing at least 10 people in a suspected sectarian attack, police officials said. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTR329M4
May 18, 2012
A police officer pushes back protesters during a march leading up to the NATO Summit in Chicago May 18,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A police officer pushes back protesters during a march leading up to the NATO Summit in Chicago
A police officer pushes back protesters during a march leading up to the NATO Summit in Chicago May 18, 2012. The Summit runs from May 20-21. Leaders from members of the NATO alliance are expected to discuss the worsening situation in Afghanistan, and protest organizers said they hope thousands of people will turn out to demonstrate against the war and other issues such as income inequality. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SOMALIA/
RTR31QDB
May 07, 2012
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in parade at Aden Abdulle International Airport in the...
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport in the capital of Mogadishu, May 7, 2012. The Japanese government had donated the military equipment, including vehicles, helmets, flak jackets and radios, to the Somali police. REUTERS/Omar Faruk (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOMALIA/
RTR31QD6
May 07, 2012
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in parade at Aden Abdulle International Airport in capital...
Newly trained Somali police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport in the capital of Mogadishu May 7, 2012. The Japanese government had donated the military equipment, including vehicles, helmets, flak jackets and radios, to the Somali police. REUTERS/Omar Faruk (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOMALIA/
RTR31QD3
May 07, 2012
Newly-trained Somali female police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Newly-trained Somali female police officers take part in a parade at Aden Abdulle International Airport...
Newly-trained Somali female police officers take part in a parade at the Aden Abdulle International Airport in the capital of Mogadishu, May 7, 2012. The Japanese government had donated the military equipment, including vehicles, helmets, flak jackets and radios, to the Somali police. REUTERS/Omar Faruk (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOMALIA/
RTR31QCW
May 07, 2012
A Somali police officer gives orders to newly-trained female police forces at Aden Abdulle International...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali police officer gives orders to newly-trained female police forces at Aden Abdulle International...
A Somali police officer gives orders to newly-trained female police forces at Aden Abdulle International Airport, in the capital of Mogadishu May 7, 2012. The Japanese government
had donated the military equipment, including vehicles, helmets, flak jackets and radios, to the Somali police. REUTERS/Omar Faruk (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SYRIA/
RTR31KCI
May 03, 2012
The Chief of the U.N. Supervision Mission to Syria, Norwegian Major-General Robert Mood puts on his flak...
Hama, Syria
The Chief of the U.N. Supervision Mission to Syria, Norwegian Major-General Robert Mood puts on his flak...
The Chief of the U.N. Supervision Mission to Syria, Norwegian Major-General Robert Mood puts on his flak jacket during the United Nations observers' visit to Hama city, May 3, 2012. The United Nations is accelerating deployment of unarmed observers to Syria to ensure all 300 are on the ground by the end of May to monitor a shaky U.N.-backed ceasefire, U.N. peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Khaled al- Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR31DN4
April 29, 2012
An injured cameraman is being attended to during a fire fight between police and gang members near Karachi's...
Karachi, Pakistan
An injured cameraman is being attended to during a fire fight between police and gang members near Karachi's...
An injured cameraman is being attended to during a fire fight between police and gang members near Karachi's Lyari area April 29, 2012. At least 20 people including four police officials have been killed and 55 were injured during the last three days in the exchange of fire between police and gang members, local media reported. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR2YZQD
March 07, 2012
Britain's Prince Harry removes his flak-jacket after a live-firing exercise at the Up Park Camp in Kingston,...
Kingston, Jamaica
Britain's Prince Harry removes his flak-jacket after a live-firing exercise at the Up Park Camp in Kingston,...
Britain's Prince Harry removes his flak-jacket after a live-firing exercise at the Up Park Camp in Kingston, Jamaica March 7, 2012. The prince is on a week-long tour through Central America and the Caribbean, acting as an ambassador for Queen Elizabeth as part of her Diamond Jubilee, which is to mark 60 years of her reign. REUTER/John Stillwell/Pool (JAMAICA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS SOCIETY ROYALS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR2WSUW
January 24, 2012
Oscar Martinez (C), a suspected drug trafficker, holds a bible as he is escorted by police officers during...
Caracas, Venezuela
Oscar Martinez, a suspected drug trafficker, holds a bible as he is escorted by police officers during...
Oscar Martinez (C), a suspected drug trafficker, holds a bible as he is escorted by police officers during his extradition to U.S. at Simon Bolivar Airport in Caracas January 24, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
CLIMATE/
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December 11, 2011
Ministers gather in a huddle where agreement was reached to extend the Kyoto Protocol during a plenary...
Durban, South Africa
Ministers gather in a huddle where agreement was reached to extend the Kyoto Protocol during a plenary...
Ministers gather in a huddle where agreement was reached to extend the Kyoto Protocol during a plenary session at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban December 11, 2011. U.N. climate change talks agreed a pact on Sunday that for the first time would force all the biggest polluters to take action to slow the pace of global changing. The deal follows years of failed attempts to impose legally-binding, international cuts on emerging giants, such as China and India. The developed world had already accepted formal targets under a first phase of the Kyoto Protocol, which runs out at the end of next year, although the United States had never ratified its commitment. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
TABLE-TENNIS/
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November 22, 2011
India's Poulomi Ghatak serves during her women's doubles table tennis match at the Qatar Peace and Sport...
Doha, Qatar
India's Ghatak serves during her women's doubles table tennis match at the Qatar Peace and Sport Cup...
India's Poulomi Ghatak serves during her women's doubles table tennis match at the Qatar Peace and Sport Cup in Doha November 22, 2011. Ghatak and playing partner Pakistan's Sadia Flak Sher lost to Qatar's Aia Magdy Mohamed and China's Cao Zhen. REUTERS/Mohammed Dabbous(QATAR - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
BRAZIL-SLUM/
RTR2TYI1
November 13, 2011
Policemen patrol the Rocinha slum during the "Shock of Peace" operation to install Peacekeeping Unit...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Policemen patrol the Rocinha slum during the "Shock of Peace" operation to install Peacekeeping Unit...
Policemen patrol the Rocinha slum during the "Shock of Peace" operation to install Peacekeeping Unit (UPP) in Rio de Janeiro November 13, 2011. The introduction of the peacekeeping program in the region is part of the effort crack down on crime and ensure the security as the city prepares to host 2014 World Cup soccer matches and the 2016 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
LIBERIA-ELECTION/
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November 07, 2011
A Nigerian United Nations peacekeeper stands guard at a rally for incumbent Liberian President Ellen...
Monrovia, Liberia
A Nigerian United Nations peacekeeper stands guard at a rally for incumbent Liberian President Ellen...
A Nigerian United Nations peacekeeper stands guard at a rally for incumbent Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in Monrovia November 6, 2011. Johnson-Sirleaf urged voters on Saturday to ignore a poll boycott called for by her rival, saying the move was illegal and intended to intimidate Liberians. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (LIBERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS MILITARY)
SEPT11/
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September 08, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS 21 of 45 TO ACCOMPANY THE PICTURE PACKAGE - NYPD A DECADE LATER. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS...
New York, UNITED STATES
To accompany Picture Package NYPD A DECADE LATER
THIS PICTURE IS 21 of 45 TO ACCOMPANY THE PICTURE PACKAGE - NYPD A DECADE LATER. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE HEIGHTENED POLICE PRESENCE IN THE CITY. SEARCH KEYWORD "NYPD" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES.

Members of the public react as they walk past a New York Police Department Hercules team on patrol near Times Square in New York August 24, 2011. NYPD Hercules teams patrol through New York making multiple appearances around the city each day at locations that are decided either in response to specific intelligence or simply to provide a show of force at high-profile sites. The police department has worked since 9/11 on a long-term project to permanently increase vigilance in Lower Manhattan and Midtown, home to prominent financial institutions and national landmarks. Picture taken August 24, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
LIBYA-ABUSALIM/
RTR2QBOR
August 25, 2011
Libyan rebel fighters stand guard over detainees during a fight for the final push to flush out Muammar...
Tripoli, Libya
Libyan rebel fighters stand guard over detainees during a fight for the final push to flush out Muammar...
Libyan rebel fighters stand guard over detainees during a fight for the final push to flush out Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Abu Salim district in Tripoli August 25, 2011. Libyan rebels stormed Tripoli's Abu Salim district, one of the main holdouts of forces loyal to Gaddafi in the capital, after NATO air strikes on a building in the area on Thursday. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIBYA/
RTR2QAOV
August 25, 2011
Libyan rebel fighters react as they search for snipers while fighting for the final push to flush out...
Tripoli, Libya
Libyan rebel fighters react as they search for snipers during final push to flush out Gaddafi forces...
Libyan rebel fighters react as they search for snipers while fighting for the final push to flush out Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Abu Slim area in Tripoli August 25, 2011.REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIBYA/
RTR2Q8WX
August 23, 2011
Members of the media gather in a corridor at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli August 23, 2011. REUTERS/Paul...
Tripoli, Libya
Members of the media gather in a corridor at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli
Members of the media gather in a corridor at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli August 23, 2011. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA/
RTR2Q6QR
August 21, 2011
Members of the media mark their flak jackets with TV initials at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli August 21,...
Tripoli, Libya
Members of the media mark their flak jackets with TV initials at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli
Members of the media mark their flak jackets with TV initials at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli August 21, 2011. Heavy gunfire rang out near the Tripoli hotel where members of the foreign media are staying, a Reuters correspondent at the hotel said on Sunday. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA CONFLICT)
BRITAIN/
RTR2MJ0W
May 17, 2011
An armed police officer stands behind the gates to Downing Street in central London, May 17, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew...
London, United Kingdom
An armed police officer stands behind the gates to Downing Street in central London
An armed police officer stands behind the gates to Downing Street in central London, May 17, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
RENAULT/
RTR2LS3R
April 29, 2011
Patrick Pelata (C), former Chief Operating Officer of French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly...
Paris, France
Patrick Pelata, former COO for French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly meeting with stock...
Patrick Pelata (C), former Chief Operating Officer of French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly meeting with stock holders in Paris April 29, 2011. Pelata resigned his post April 11, taking the flak for an embarrassing fiasco in which Renault, which is 15 percent state-owned, fired three employees suspected of leaking information on electric vehicles who turned out to have done nothing wrong. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
RENAULT/
RTR2LS3Q
April 29, 2011
Patrick Pelata, former Chief Operating Officer of French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly...
Paris, France
Patrick Pelata, former COO for French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly meeting with stock...
Patrick Pelata, former Chief Operating Officer of French carmaker Renault, attends a general assembly meeting with stock holders in Paris April 29, 2011. Pelata resigned his post April 11, taking the flak for an embarrassing fiasco in which Renault, which is 15 percent state-owned, fired three employees suspected of leaking information on electric vehicles who turned out to have done nothing wrong. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR2LD54
April 18, 2011
An Afghan National Army soldier wears a rose in his flak jacket during a joint patrol with U.S. forces...
JELAWAR, Afghanistan
An Afghan National Army soldier wears a rose in his flak jacket during a joint patrol with U.S. forces...
An Afghan National Army soldier wears a rose in his flak jacket during a joint patrol with U.S. forces in Jelawar in the Arghandab Valley north of Kandahar April 18, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
EGYPT/
RTXXFPP
February 03, 2011
A pro-Mubarak supporter apprehended by opposition demonstrators is led away by the army during rioting...
Cairo, Egypt
A pro-Mubarak supporter apprehended by opposition demonstrators is led away by the army during rioting...
A pro-Mubarak supporter apprehended by opposition demonstrators is led away by the army during rioting near Tahir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXW75H
January 04, 2011
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna January...
Vienna, Austria
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna January 4, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXW759
January 04, 2011
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna January...
Vienna, Austria
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna
People stand on top of a flak tower while watching a partial solar eclipse over the city of Vienna January 4, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXV2CR
November 25, 2010
A police officer runs near other officers taking position during a shootout with traffickers during an...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A police officer runs near other officers taking position during a shootout with traffickers during an...
A police officer runs near other officers taking position during a shootout with traffickers during an operation at Vila Cruzeiro slum in Rio de Janeiro November 25, 2010. Authorities in Rio de Janeiro struggled to control a fifth day of violence apparently orchestrated by drug gang members who have attacked police stations and burned cars in the Brazilian city. The wave of violence began on Sunday with attacks on police stations and vehicles. Suspected drug gang members ordered people out of their cars on expressways and then set fire to the vehicles.REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIFE-SAUNA/FINLAND
RTXT115
October 04, 2010
A woman sits in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki in this file photo taken August 7, 2008....
Helsinki, Finland
To match Reuters Life! LIFE-SAUNA/FINLAND
A woman sits in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki in this file photo taken August 7, 2008. Finland may not top the list of the world's power brokers, but when it comes to dealing with the big issues in international affairs, no one sweats it quite like the Finns -- literally. Finland's ambassador to the European Union Jan Store has hosted the first Finnish sauna society in Brussels, with all the trappings of home sauna culture, but with an easy going discussion of EU politics and finance added to the mix. Picture taken August 7, 2008. To match Reuters Life! LIFE-SAUNA/FINLAND REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak/Files (FINLAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
INDIA-MOSQUE/
RTXSW9C
October 01, 2010
A boy wearing a policeman's bulletproof vest sits in a chair on a street in the northern Indian town...
Ayodhya, India
A boy wearing a policeman's bulletproof vest sits in a chair on a street in Ayodhya
A boy wearing a policeman's bulletproof vest sits in a chair on a street in the northern Indian town of Ayodhya October 1, 2010. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY MILITARY)
IRAQ/
RTXSG5H
September 20, 2010
Western tourists climb down the Ziggurat of Ur ruins near Nassiriya, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of...
Nassiriya, Iraq
Western tourists climb down the Ziggurat of Ur ruins near Nassiriya
Western tourists climb down the Ziggurat of Ur ruins near Nassiriya, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of Baghdad September 19, 2010. Unlike many of the Western officials who tour Iraq in helicopters or armoured vehicles wearing flak jackets, a group of 23 foreign tourists from ten different nationalities of Europe and America visited many historic sites, using an ordinary tour bus, wearing only their shirts, trousers and shorts. Picture taken September 19, 2010. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-WEATHER/DEATHS
RTR2F99A
June 16, 2010
French regional security and intervention force (ERIS) stand guard outside the prison in Draguignan south...
Draguignan, France
French regional security and intervention police (ERIS) stand guard outside the prison in Draguignan,...
French regional security and intervention force (ERIS) stand guard outside the prison in Draguignan south eastern France, June 16, 2010 the day after rising water from unusually heavy rains that hit the region caused a river to overflow. Flash floods caused by torrential rain killed 15 people and left 12 missing near France's Mediterranean coast, local officials said on Wednesday. More than 350 mm (14 inches) of rain fell on the Var department in southern France in a few hours on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sebastien Nogier (FRANCE - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
THAILAND/
RTXS5WM
April 26, 2010
A member of a Thai bomb squad displays a suspected explosive device after it was found by anti-government...
Bangkok, Thailand
A member of a Thai bomb squad displays a suspected explosive device after it was found in the Silom business...
A member of a Thai bomb squad displays a suspected explosive device after it was found by anti-government 'red shirt' protesters, placed in a protective ring of tyres and retrieved by the squad inside their barricade in the Silom business district in Bangkok April 26, 2010. Anti-government protesters encamped for weeks in central Bangkok promised more aggressive measures after the government rejected their proposals to end increasingly violent protests in return for early polls. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN-USA/
RTR290RJ
January 18, 2010
A Pakistani police commando holds his weapon as he stands guard near a police van carrying five Americans...
Sargodha, Pakistan
A Pakistani police commando holds his weapon as he stands guard near a police van carrying five Americans...
A Pakistani police commando holds his weapon as he stands guard near a police van carrying five Americans arrested in Pakistan, after their court appearance in Sargodha, Punjab province, 190 km (118 miles) southeast of Islamabad, January 18, 2010. Five Americans held in Pakistan on suspicion of using the Internet to contact Islamist militants said on Monday they had been tortured as police asked a court to indict them on terrorism charges.The students, in their 20s and from the U.S. state of Virginia, were detained last month. Police produced before an anti-terrorism court on Monday after completing their interrogation. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
MEXICO/
RTXRRB7
December 12, 2009
Mexican naval officers escort members of the Beltran Leyva drug cartel after a news conference at the...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican naval officers escort members of the Beltran Leyva drug cartel after a news conference at the...
Mexican naval officers escort members of the Beltran Leyva drug cartel after a news conference at the Navy hangar in Mexico City December 11, 2009. Eleven members were captured by the navy in Morelos state. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO CONFLICT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AFGHANISTAN-GERMANY/
RTXQOON
November 13, 2009
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C) is helped with his flak jacket as he meets German...
Kabul, Afghanistan
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg meets German army Bundeswehr soldiers during a short...
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C) is helped with his flak jacket as he meets German army Bundeswehr soldiers during a short visit to their military camp in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan November 13, 2009. On his first trip to Afghanistan since taking on the defence portfolio last month, Guttenberg said Germany, whose parliament is due to vote in December on whether to extend its peacekeeping mandate there, needed to see "clear cut" signs of progress. Germany has the third largest contingent of troops in the NATO mission in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Michael Kappeler/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-GERMANY/
RTXQOOI
November 13, 2009
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C) is helped with his flak jacket as he meets German...
Kabul, Afghanistan
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg meets German army Bundeswehr soldiers during a short...
German Defence Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C) is helped with his flak jacket as he meets German army Bundeswehr soldiers during a short visit to their military camp in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan November 13, 2009. On his first trip to Afghanistan since taking on the defence portfolio last month, Guttenberg said Germany, whose parliament is due to vote in December on whether to extend its peacekeeping mandate there, needed to see "clear cut" signs of progress. Germany has the third largest contingent of troops in the NATO mission in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Michael Kappeler/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-SECURITY/
RTR28100
September 19, 2009
German federal police (bundespolizei) patrol with bulletproof vests and weapons at the main railway station...
Berlin, Germany
German police patrol with bulletproof vests and weapons at the main railway station Hauptbahnhof in Berlin...
German federal police (bundespolizei) patrol with bulletproof vests and weapons at the main railway station Hauptbahnhof in Berlin, September 19, 2009. Germany has boosted security at airports and train stations because of a heightened risk of attack linked to a federal election on September 27, the German Interior Ministry said on Friday. The ministry said militant groups like al Qaeda could use the election as a stage for strikes to punish Germany for its deployment of troops in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE/
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September 14, 2009
A French river squad policeman stands guard during a ceremony in Paris September 14, 2009. REUTERS/Charles...
Paris, France
A French river squad policeman stands guard during a ceremony in Paris
A French river squad policeman stands guard during a ceremony in Paris September 14, 2009. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR25YVY
July 23, 2009
A U.S. soldier of 118 MP Company puts on his flak vest before leaving for security support mission from...
COP MCCLAIN, Afghanistan
U.S. soldier of 118 MP Company puts on his flak vest before leaving for security support mission from...
A U.S. soldier of 118 MP Company puts on his flak vest before leaving for security support mission from the Combat Operation Outpost (COP) McClain in Logar Province in Afghanistan July 23, 2009. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VSB
June 21, 2009
Chief of People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) Chatradhar Mahato (2nd L) speaks with Indian...
HARIHARPUR, India
Chief of PCAPA Mahato speaks with Indian filmmaker Sen as play-writer Mitra and poet Joy watch at Hariharpur...
Chief of People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) Chatradhar Mahato (2nd L) speaks with Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen (R) as play-writer Saoli Mitra (2nd R) and poet Joy Goswami (3rd R) watch at Hariharpur near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VS6
June 21, 2009
Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen speaks with the media after her meeting with the chief of People's Committee...
HARIHARPUR, India
Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen speaks with the media after her meeting with the chief of People's Committee...
Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen speaks with the media after her meeting with the chief of People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) Chatradhar Mahato at Hariharpur near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VS5
June 21, 2009
Chief of People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) Chatradhar Mahato (R) speaks with Indian...
HARIHARPUR, India
Chief of PCAPA Mahato speaks with Indian filmmaker Sen at Hariharpur
Chief of People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) Chatradhar Mahato (R) speaks with Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen (L) at Hariharpur near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VRO
June 21, 2009
A tribal boy is seen at Hariharpur near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles)...
HARIHARPUR, India
A tribal boy is seen at Hariharpur
A tribal boy is seen at Hariharpur near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VRH
June 21, 2009
A paramilitary soldier stands vigil from a tree at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district,...
JHITKA, India
A paramilitary soldier stands vigil from a tree at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district...
A paramilitary soldier stands vigil from a tree at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VRD
June 21, 2009
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore...
JHITKA, India
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle at Jhitka
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VRB
June 21, 2009
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106...
JHITKA, India
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24VRA
June 21, 2009
A paramilitary soldier patrols at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106...
JHITKA, India
A paramilitary soldier patrols at Jhitka
A paramilitary soldier patrols at Jhitka near Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 21, 2009. Police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh, captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UNE
June 20, 2009
The debris from a wrecked police van lies at Kuldiha village near Lalgarh, some 170 km (106 miles) west...
Lalgarh, India
Debris of a wrecked police van lies at Kuldiha village
The debris from a wrecked police van lies at Kuldiha village near Lalgarh, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of Lalgarh captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UMS
June 20, 2009
A paramilitary soldier patrols with a mortar at Jhitka as he moves towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore...
JHITKA, India
A paramilitary soldier patrols with a mortar at Jhitka
A paramilitary soldier patrols with a mortar at Jhitka as he moves towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UMP
June 20, 2009
An Indian family from Pirrakuli village walks on a state highway at Pirakata near Lalgarh, some 165 km...
PIRAKATA, India
An Indian family from Pirrakuli village walks on a state highway at Pirakata near Lalgarh
An Indian family from Pirrakuli village walks on a state highway at Pirakata near Lalgarh, some 165 km (102 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
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June 20, 2009
Police arrest a villager suspected to be a Maoist rebel in the violence-hit area of Pirakata near Lalgarh,...
PIRAKATA, India
Police arrest a villager suspected to be a Maoist rebel in Pirakata
Police arrest a villager suspected to be a Maoist rebel in the violence-hit area of Pirakata near Lalgarh, some 165 km (104 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UMI
June 20, 2009
Policemen wait in front of Lalgarh police station in the West Midnapore district, some 200 km (126 miles)...
WEST MIDNAPORE, India
Policemen wait in front of Lalgarh police station in the West Midnapore district
Policemen wait in front of Lalgarh police station in the West Midnapore district, some 200 km (126 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24ULE
June 20, 2009
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee (C), chief minister of India's communist-ruled West Bengal state, leaves after...
New Delhi, India
Bhattacharjee CM of West Bengal leaves after his meeting in New Delhi
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee (C), chief minister of India's communist-ruled West Bengal state, leaves after his meeting with Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram in New Delhi June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town Lalgarh captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24ULC
June 20, 2009
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee (R), chief minister of India's communist-ruled West Bengal state, leaves after...
New Delhi, India
Bhattacharjee CM of West Bengal leaves after his meeting in New Delhi
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee (R), chief minister of India's communist-ruled West Bengal state, leaves after his meeting with Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram in New Delhi June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24ULA
June 20, 2009
A paramilitary soldier takes his position at Jhitka before moving towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore...
JHITKA, India
A paramilitary soldier takes his position at Jhitka
A paramilitary soldier takes his position at Jhitka before moving towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UL4
June 20, 2009
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some...
JHITKA, India
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UL1
June 20, 2009
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some...
JHITKA, India
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka
Paramilitary soldiers patrol at Jhitka as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata June 20, 2009. Indian police on Saturday said they had regained control of a West Bengal town captured by Maoist rebels in one of the most brazen attacks in recent years. Marching behind an anti-landmine vehicle, hundreds of police in flak jackets and combat gear entered the town of Lalgarh, about 170 km (100 miles) from Kolkata, capital of the eastern state. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA CONFLICT MILITARY)
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