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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)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR24UKW
June 20, 2009
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle at Jhitka as they move towards Lalgarh in...
JHITKA, India
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle at Jhitka
Paramilitary soldiers patrol with an anti-landmine vehicle 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)
MEXICO/
RTR24GHX
June 09, 2009
Federal police point their weapons at police from the municipality of Escobedo as they try to arrest...
Monterrey, Mexico
Federal police point their weapons at police from the municipality of Escobedo as they try to arrest...
Federal police point their weapons at police from the municipality of Escobedo as they try to arrest them after a road blockade in Monterrey, northern Mexico, June 8, 2009. Police from the municipalities of San Nicolas and Escobedo tried to stage a blockade in support of their colleagues, who had been arrested in the past few days by the army for what the army said was their involvement with organised crime. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO SOCIETY CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
VENEZUELA
RTXOVAI
May 28, 2009
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by...
Caracas, Venezuela
Riot police keep watch during demonstration to commemorate anniversary of decision by Venezuelan President...
Riot police keep watch during a demonstration to commemorate the second anniversary of the decision by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to not renew the license of RCTV broadcasting station in Caracas May 27, 2009. Venezuela's main private television station RCTV became a cable-only network two years ago when Chavez refused to renew its terrestrial license because it was implicated in a brief coup against him. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT MEDIA)
PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/
RTXOI4U
May 27, 2009
Policemen detain a man near the site of a bomb attack in Lahore on May 27, 2009. Gunmen attacked a police...
Lahore, Pakistan
Policemen detain a man near the site of a bomb attack in Lahore
Policemen detain a man near the site of a bomb attack in Lahore on May 27, 2009. Gunmen attacked a police headquarters in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Wednesday, setting off a car-bomb that killed at least 22 people in what the government said was revenge for an offensive against the Taliban.
REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY/
RTXIVVZ
May 18, 2009
Members of Gruppo di Intervento Speciale (Special Intervention Group) force unit of the Italian Carabinieri...
Livorno, Italy
Members of Gruppo di Intervento Speciale (Special Intervention Group) force unit of the Italian Carabinieri...
Members of Gruppo di Intervento Speciale (Special Intervention Group) force unit of the Italian Carabinieri military police train during an anti-terror drill in Livorno's harbour, central Italy, April 21 2009. REUTERSAlessandro Bianchi (ITALY MILITARY)
MEXICO/
RTXICKS
May 17, 2009
Soldiers guard the site of a crime after a shooting at the Cumbres neighbourhood in Monterrey, northern...
Monterrey, Mexico
Soldiers guard the site of a crime after a shooting at the Cumbres neighbourhood in Monterrey
Soldiers guard the site of a crime after a shooting at the Cumbres neighbourhood in Monterrey, northern Mexico May 17, 2009. An armed group attempted to free a man who had been detained by the Mexican Army early on Sunday during a patrol which led to a shootout that left one soldier wounded and several vehicles damaged according to local media. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW MILITARY)
VENEZUELA/
RTXEMWC
May 01, 2009
A policewoman takes photograph of a colleague while patrolling after clashes with opposition members...
Caracas, Venezuela
A policewoman takes photograph of a colleague after clashes with opposition members during a May Day...
A policewoman takes photograph of a colleague while patrolling after clashes with opposition members during a May Day rally in Caracas May 1, 2009. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA POLITICS CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXEE8S
April 26, 2009
An Afghan policeman keeps watch in front of a pile of burning illegal narcotics in Kabul April 26, 2009....
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan policeman keeps watch in front of a pile of burning illegal narcotics in Kabul
An Afghan policeman keeps watch in front of a pile of burning illegal narcotics in Kabul April 26, 2009. The Afghan anti-narcotics ministry burned over 6 tonnes of narcotics including opium and hashish on Sunday. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/DRUGS
RTXBS9X
February 18, 2009
Police present six suspected drug traffickers in Guatemala City February 16, 2009. The men were arrested...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Police present six suspected drug traffickers in Guatemala City
Police present six suspected drug traffickers in Guatemala City February 16, 2009. The men were arrested in Puerto Barrios on Sunday after a shootout with police. Guatemala, scarred by years of civil war and rampant street gang crime, is suffering a new scourge as violent Mexican drug traffickers put down deep roots in the country. Picture taken February 16, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR23N91
January 20, 2009
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R) arrives for a visit at the United Nations compound that was struck...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
U.N. Secretary-General Ban visits UN compound in Gaza City
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (R) arrives for a visit at the United Nations compound that was struck by Israeli fire during Israel's offensive, in Gaza City January 20, 2009. Voicing shock at stark scenes of destruction, Ban visited the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, and Israel was poised to withdraw its troops before the U.S. presidential inauguration later in the day. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)
INDIA/
RTR228YV
December 04, 2008
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus,...
Mumbai, India
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus, in Mumbai December 4, 2008. Hotels and shops in Mumbai are installing closed-circuit televisions and scanners, while policemen in flak jackets are keeping an eye on train stations days after a siege by Islamist gunmen killed 171 people.The attacks on two of Mumbai's plushest hotels and eight other sites has sent businesses and homes scrambling for more protection, but the city's security infrastructure was woefully inadequate and desperately needed an overhaul, experts said. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR228YU
December 04, 2008
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus,...
Mumbai, India
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus, in Mumbai December 4, 2008. Hotels and shops in Mumbai are installing closed-circuit televisions and scanners, while policemen in flak jackets are keeping an eye on train stations days after a siege by Islamist gunmen killed 171 people.The attacks on two of Mumbai's plushest hotels and eight other sites has sent businesses and homes scrambling for more protection, but the city's security infrastructure was woefully inadequate and desperately needed an overhaul, experts said. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR228YS
December 04, 2008
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus,...
Mumbai, India
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai
A policeman stands guard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, also known as Victoria Terminus, in Mumbai December 4, 2008. Hotels and shops in Mumbai are installing closed-circuit televisions and scanners, while policemen in flak jackets are keeping an eye on train stations days after a siege by Islamist gunmen killed 171 people.The attacks on two of Mumbai's plushest hotels and eight other sites has sent businesses and homes scrambling for more protection, but the city's security infrastructure was woefully inadequate and desperately needed an overhaul, experts said. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
THAILAND-PROTEST/
RTR2262Q
December 02, 2008
A government supporter reacts outside the Administrative Court where the Constitutional Court met in...
Bangkok, Thailand
Government supporter reacts outside the Administrative Court in Bangkok
A government supporter reacts outside the Administrative Court where the Constitutional Court met in Bangkok December 2, 2008. Thai judges ordered Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat's ruling People Power Party (PPP) disbanded on Tuesday after it was found guilty of vote fraud, but party members vowed to "move on" and form another government. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (THAILAND)
Women
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Female Demining Team - 01 Dec 2008
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INDIA-MUMBAI/
RTXB1UU
November 28, 2008
Members of anti-terrorist squad remove journalists from the line of fire in front of Taj Hotel in Mumbai...
Mumbai, India
Members of anti-terrorist squad remove journalists from the line of fire in front of Taj Hotel in Mumbai...
Members of anti-terrorist squad remove journalists from the line of fire in front of Taj Hotel in Mumbai November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXB0O2
November 27, 2008
Police escort a stranded guest from Taj hotel in Mumbai November 27, 2008. Elite Indian commandos fought...
Mumbai, India
Police escort a stranded guest from Taj hotel in Mumbai
Police escort a stranded guest from Taj hotel in Mumbai November 27, 2008. Elite Indian commandos fought room-to-room battles with Islamist militants inside two luxury hotels to save scores of people trapped or taken hostage, as the country's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh blamed neighbouring countries. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
GEORGIA-PRESIDENTS/SHOTS
RTXAVXV
November 23, 2008
Security officers protect Georgia's President Mikheil Saakashvili and Poland's President Lech Kaczyinski...
Tbilisi, Georgia
Security officers protect Georgia's President Mikheil Saakashvili and Poland's President Lech Kaczyinski...
Security officers protect Georgia's President Mikheil Saakashvili and Poland's President Lech Kaczyinski (both not in picture) after a shooting at the checkpoint near South Ossetia's de facto border some 30 km (17 miles) west of Tbilisi, November 23, 2008. South Ossetian security forces fired shots into the air as a convoy carrying the Georgian and Polish presidents approached the breakaway territory, forcing them to turn back, a witness said. REUTERS/Irakli Gedenidze/Presidential Press Service/Pool (GEORGIA)
KASHMIR-PROTEST
RTX9YCY
October 27, 2008
Indian policemen stand guards in front of closed shops during a strike in Srinagar October 27, 2008....
Srinagar, India
Indian policemen stand guards in front of closed shops during a strike in Srinagar
Indian policemen stand guards in front of closed shops during a strike in Srinagar October 27, 2008. Indian authorities deployed more troops across Kashmir on Monday to prevent protest rallies planned to mark the 61st anniversary of the start of New Delhi's rule over the region. The disputed Himalayan region has seen some of the biggest pro-independence demonstrations in recent months since a separatist revolt against Indian rule erupted in 1989. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR-PROTEST
RTX9YCW
October 27, 2008
An Indian policeman stands guard near closed shops during a strike in Srinagar October 27, 2008. Indian...
Srinagar, India
Indian policeman stands guard near closed shops during a strike in Srinagar
An Indian policeman stands guard near closed shops during a strike in Srinagar October 27, 2008. Indian authorities deployed more troops across Kashmir on Monday to prevent protest rallies planned to mark the 61st anniversary of the start of New Delhi's rule over the region. The disputed Himalayan region has seen some of the biggest pro-independence demonstrations in recent months since a separatist revolt against Indian rule erupted in 1989. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX9U83
October 23, 2008
Israeli border police officers take position near Mohammed al-Badan's home in the West Bank village of...
Tekoa, Palestinian Territories
Israeli border police officers take position in Tekoa
Israeli border police officers take position near Mohammed al-Badan's home in the West Bank village of Tekoa, near Bethlehem October 23, 2008. A Palestinian, Badan, stabbed and killed an 86-year-old Israeli and wounded a policeman in a Jewish settlement near Jerusalem on Thursday, police said. After the attack, Israeli soldiers raided Badan's home, detaining his father, sister and brother-in-law, family members said. Villagers in Tekoa threw rocks at the troops, who responded with stun grenades. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK)
FINLAND-PUBS/
RTX9U6G
October 23, 2008
A tram which has been converted into a rolling pub combines sightseeing with a night on the town in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
To match Reuters Life! FINLAND-PUBS/
A tram which has been converted into a rolling pub combines sightseeing with a night on the town in Helsinki October 8, 2008. More than 10 years ago, pub owners in Turku converted an old bank, a pharmacy and even a school to put some humour into a heavy night out. Picture taken October 8, 2008. To match Reuters Life! FINLAND-PUBS/ REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
MEXICO/
RTX9DY7
October 10, 2008
Federal police stand at a Xoxocotla highway in Mexico's state of Morelos, October 9, 2008. Inhabitants...
Morelos, Mexico
Federal police stand at a Xoxocotla highway in Mexico's state of Morelos
Federal police stand at a Xoxocotla highway in Mexico's state of Morelos, October 9, 2008. Inhabitants of Xoxocotla clashed with police after blocking a highway in support of teachers protesting against a new education initiative. REUTERS/Diario de Morelos/Margarito Perez (MEXICO)
KASHMIR-PROTESTS/
RTR21QE4
August 27, 2008
Indian policewomen stand guard on the fourth consecutive day of a curfew in Srinagar August 27, 2008....
Srinagar, India
Indian policewomen stand guard on the fourth consecutive day of a curfew in Srinagar
Indian policewomen stand guard on the fourth consecutive day of a curfew in Srinagar August 27, 2008. Indian police beat Kashmiri protesters who defied a curfew on Tuesday and troops searched for separatist leaders as the biggest anti-India protests in two decades showed no sign of abating. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
USA-MILITARY/KIDS
RTR21Q1V
August 26, 2008
A young camper tries out a backpack, flak jacket and helmet during a relay race at an Operation Purple...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-MILITARY/KIDS
A young camper tries out a backpack, flak jacket and helmet during a relay race at an Operation Purple Summer Camp in Chestertown, Maryland August 20, 2008. The free camps attended by 10,000 children around the U.S. offer a week of outdoor activities and the chance to bond with other children of service men and women deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Picture taken August 20, 2008. To match feature USA-MILITARY/KIDS. REUTERS/Claudia Parsons (UNITED STATES)
PAPER-SUMMIT-METSO/PROSPECTS
RTR21K9T
August 22, 2008
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki,...
Helsinki, Finland
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki, August 22, 2008. Finnish engineer Metso sees continued prospects in Asia and Latin America for sales of pulp and paper machinery while the North American market remains stagnant, a senior executive said. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT-METSO/PROSPECTS
RTR21K9N
August 22, 2008
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki,...
Helsinki, Finland
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Bertil Langenskiold, head of Metso's paper machinery unit, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki, August 22, 2008. Finnish engineer Metso sees continued prospects in Asia and Latin America for sales of pulp and paper machinery while the North American market remains stagnant, a senior executive said. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT/
RTR21HLE
August 21, 2008
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
Jussi Pesonen, CEO of UPM-Kymmen, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsink
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT/
RTR21HL9
August 21, 2008
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
Jussi Pesonen, CEO of UPM-Kymmen, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsink
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT/
RTR21HL5
August 21, 2008
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
Jussi Pesonen, CEO of UPM-Kymmen, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsink
Jussi Pesonen, chief executive officer of UPM-Kymmene, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT-MREAL/FINEPAPER
RTR21H95
August 21, 2008
Mikko Helander, CEO of M-real, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka...
Helsinki, Finland
Mikko Helander, CEO of M-real, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsink
Mikko Helander, CEO of M-real, speaks at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PAPER-SUMMIT-MREAL/FINEPAPER
RTR21H8Y
August 21, 2008
Mikko Helander (L), CEO of M-real, and Seppo Parvi, CFO, speak at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki...
Helsinki, Finland
Mikko Helander and Seppo Parvi speak at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsink
Mikko Helander (L), CEO of M-real, and Seppo Parvi, CFO, speak at the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
FINLAND/
RTR21FGJ
August 20, 2008
Jukka Moisio, CEO of Huhtamaki, one of the top ice-cream and fast food packaging makers, attends the...
Helsinki, Finland
Jukka Moisio, CEO of Huhtamaki, one of the top ice-cream and fast food packaging makers, attends the...
Jukka Moisio, CEO of Huhtamaki, one of the top ice-cream and fast food packaging makers, attends the Reuters Paper Summit in Helsinki August 20, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
FINLAND-SAUNA/
RTR21CEU
August 18, 2008
Women sit in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak
Helsinki, Finland
Women sit in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki
Women sit in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak
FINLAND-SAUNA/
RTR21CEM
August 18, 2008
A women sits in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak...
Helsinki, Finland
A women sits in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki
A women sits in a sauna at the Finnish Sauna Society in Helsinki August 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
NUCLEAR-FINLAND/
RTR211TW
August 13, 2008
Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto is pictured in this March 12, 2008 file photo. Finland's...
Olkiluoto, Finland
File photo of Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto
Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto is pictured in this March 12, 2008 file photo. Finland's nuclear safety authority said on August 13, 2008 it plans further studies on safety in the building of the country's fifth nuclear reactor, after a Greenpeace report raised questions over welding works. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak/Files (FINLAND)
NUCLEAR-FINLAND/
RTR211TS
August 13, 2008
Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto is pictured in this March 12, 2008 file photo. Finland's...
Olkiluoto, Finland
File photo of Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto
Finland's fifth nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto is pictured in this March 12, 2008 file photo. Finland's nuclear safety authority said on August 13, 2008 it plans further studies on safety in the building of the country's fifth nuclear reactor, after a Greenpeace report raised questions over welding works. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak/Files (FINLAND)
COLOMBIA/
RTX823O
July 18, 2008
Suspected Colombian drug trafficker Jorge Serna, also known as "Kener", is escorted by National Police...
Bogota, Colombia
Suspected Colombian drug trafficker Jorge Serna, also known as "Kener", is escorted by National Police...
Suspected Colombian drug trafficker Jorge Serna, also known as "Kener", is escorted by National Police in Bogota July 18, 2008. Colombian authorities captured Serna in Copacabana, near Medellin. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
FINLAND/OPERA
RTX7U4E
July 11, 2008
Deaf actors Juho Saarinen (L), Kolbrun Volkudottir (C) and Aliisa Lehtonen perform in the world's first...
Helsinki, Finland
To match feature FINLAND/OPERA
Deaf actors Juho Saarinen (L), Kolbrun Volkudottir (C) and Aliisa Lehtonen perform in the world's first sign opera at the Helsinki Deaf Cultural Centre in Helsinki in this picture taken May 29, 2008. On a small island off southwest Finland, a new art form has enraptured audiences, bringing opera to those who might seem farthest beyond its reach: the deaf. To match feature FINLAND/OPERA REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak
FINLAND/OPERA
RTX7U4A
July 11, 2008
Deaf actors Kolbrun Volkudottir (R) and Dawn Jani Birley perform in the world's first sign opera at the...
Helsinki, Finland
To match feature FINLAND/OPERA
Deaf actors Kolbrun Volkudottir (R) and Dawn Jani Birley perform in the world's first sign opera at the Helsinki Deaf Cultural Centre in Helsinki in this picture taken May 29, 2008. On a small island off southwest Finland, a new art form has enraptured audiences, bringing opera to those who might seem farthest beyond its reach: the deaf. To match feature FINLAND/OPERA REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak
IRAQ/
RTX78E7
June 22, 2008
Members of a U.S.-backed Neighbourhood Patrol stand guard at a checkpoint in Baghdad's Sadr City June...
Baghdad, Iraq
Members of U.S.-backed Neighbourhood Patrol stand guard at a checkpoint in Baghdad's Sadr City
Members of a U.S.-backed Neighbourhood Patrol stand guard at a checkpoint in Baghdad's Sadr City June 22, 2008. Residents of the Sadr City suburb are being trained to man checkpoints in their neighbourhood as part of a new strategy to combat Shi'ite militias. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ)
FINLAND/NAKED
RTX6ZKT
June 16, 2008
A competitor nears the finish line in a naked 10 km (6.2 mile) race in Padasjoki June 13, 2008. Buttocks,...
PADASJOKI, Finland
A competitor nears the finish line in a naked race in Padasjoki
A competitor nears the finish line in a naked 10 km (6.2 mile) race in Padasjoki June 13, 2008. Buttocks, breasts and more were all on display when 50 people in a small village in Finland ran 10 kilometres in the country's most popular nudist event. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
FINLAND/NAKED
RTX6ZKS
June 16, 2008
Competitors pass spectators as they take part in a naked 10 km (6.2 mile) race in Padasjoki June 13,...
PADASJOKI, Finland
Competitors pass spectators as they take part in a naked race in Padasjoki
Competitors pass spectators as they take part in a naked 10 km (6.2 mile) race in Padasjoki June 13, 2008. Buttocks, breasts and more were all on display when 50 people in a small village in Finland ran 10 kilometres in the country's most popular nudist event. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
FINLAND/GLASSBLOWING
RTX6P6F
June 09, 2008
A contestant blows a glass cylinder as he competes in the Iittala Cup glassblowing competition June 7,...
IITTALA, Finland
A contestant blows a glass cylinder as he competes in the Iittala Cup glassblowing competition
A contestant blows a glass cylinder as he competes in the Iittala Cup glassblowing competition June 7, 2008. The contest this year featured 32 participants from Finland, Sweden, Norway and Hungary and has been held since 1984. Picture taken June 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
FINLAND/GLASSBLOWING
RTX6P6D
June 09, 2008
Keijo Kopra from Finland creates a sphere as he competes in the Iittala Cup glass-blowing competition...
IITTALA, Finland
Kopra from Finland creates a sphere as he competes in the Iittala Cup glass-blowing competition in Iittala...
Keijo Kopra from Finland creates a sphere as he competes in the Iittala Cup glass-blowing competition June 7, 2008. Kopra went on to win the contest, which featured 32 participants from Finland, Sweden, Norway and Hungary and has been held in every two years since 1984. Picture taken June 7, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
SAMPO/CEO
RTX6JCQ
June 05, 2008
Sampo's CEO Bjorn Wahlroos speaks to Reuters during an interview in Helsinki in this photo taken June...
Helsinki, Finland
Sampo's CEO Bjorn Wahlroos speaks to Reuters during an interview in Helsinki
Sampo's CEO Bjorn Wahlroos speaks to Reuters during an interview in Helsinki in this photo taken June 3, 2008. Finnish insurer Sampo is set to double its first quarter profit in the second quarter as it books Nordea dividends and its investment income rises, Wahlroos said on Wednesday. Picture taken June 3, 2008. REUTERS/Agnieszka Flak (FINLAND)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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June 01, 2008
An Israeli border police officer fires tear gas towards Palestinians protesting against the construction...
NILLEEN, Palestinian Territories
Israeli border police officer fires tear gas towards Palestinian protesters in Nilleen
An Israeli border police officer fires tear gas towards Palestinians protesting against the construction of Israel's controversial barrier in the West Bank village of Nilleen near Ramallah June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Fadi Arouri (WEST BANK)
AFGHAN/
RTX5X82
May 19, 2008
A U.S. Marine, from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, takes position near the town of Garmser in Helmand...
GARMSER, Afghanistan
A U.S. Marine, from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, takes position near the town of Garmser in Helmand...
A U.S. Marine, from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, takes position near the town of Garmser in Helmand Province, early May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX5WBV
May 19, 2008
Helmets and bullet proof vests of Canadian troops are placed outside a tent at a military base in the...
ARGHANDAB DISTRICT, Afghanistan
Helmets and bullet proof vests of Canadian troops are placed outside a tent at a military base in the...
Helmets and bullet proof vests of Canadian troops are placed outside a tent at a military base in the Arghandab district May 19 2008. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (AFGHANISTAN)
BULGARIA/
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May 06, 2008
Bulgarian soldiers take part in a military parade in central Sofia May 6, 2008. Bulgaria celebrates Saint...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Bulgarian soldiers take part in military parade in Sofia
Bulgarian soldiers take part in a military parade in central Sofia May 6, 2008. Bulgaria celebrates Saint George's Day, which is also Bulgarian Army Day, on May 6. REUTERS/Asen Tonev (BULGARIA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/JENIN
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May 04, 2008
Members of the Palestinian security forces patrol the streets in the Jenin refugee camp near the West...
Jenin, Palestinian Territories
Members of the Palestinian security forces patrol the streets in the Jenin refugee camp
Members of the Palestinian security forces patrol the streets in the Jenin refugee camp near the West Bank city of Jenin May 4, 2008. Hundreds of forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas deployed to the northern West Bank city of Jenin on Saturday for a law-and-order campaign meant to show the government is laying the ground for statehood. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS ISRAEL/REUTERS
RTR1ZRCC
April 22, 2008
Palestinian journalists hold up the damaged camera and flack jacket of slain Reuters cameraman Fadel...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian journalists hold up the damaged camera and flack jacket of slain Reuters cameraman Fadel...
Palestinian journalists hold up the damaged camera and flack jacket of slain Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana during a protest in Gaza April 22, 208, against the killing of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana. Shana, a 23-year-old Palestinian, was killed in the Gaza Strip on April 17, 2008 while covering events in the enclave for the international news agency. He had been filming an Israeli tank dug in about 1,000 yards (1 km) away. Gaza doctors said darts sprayed from a controversial missile used by Israel killed Shana. Israeli forces have not said whether one of their tanks fired the fatal shot. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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April 18, 2008
Reuters Palestinian photographer Abed Omar Qusini (R) covers an Israeli military operation in the Balata...
Balata, Palestinian Territories
Reuters Palestinian photographer Abed Omar Qusini covers Israeli military operation in Balata
Reuters Palestinian photographer Abed Omar Qusini (R) covers an Israeli military operation in the Balata refugee camp near the West Bank city of Nablus August 12, 2004. REUTERS/Stringer (WEST BANK) PHOTOGRAPHER IN THE FIELD
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/GAZA-REUTERS
RTR1ZLLA
April 17, 2008
A Palestinian mourner carries the blood-stained flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana, 23, during...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian mourner carries flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana during his funeral in Gaza City...
A Palestinian mourner carries the blood-stained flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana, 23, during his funeral in Gaza City April 16, 2008. Shana was covering events in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip for Reuters on a day of intense violence when 16 other Palestinians and three Israeli soldiers were also killed. A medical examination showed on Thursday that metal darts from an Israeli tank shell that explodes in the air caused the death of Shana on Wednesday in the Gaza Strip, doctors said. REUTERS/Said Khatib/Pool (GAZA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/GAZA-REUTERS
RTR1ZLDO
April 17, 2008
A Palestinian mourner carries the blood-stained flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana, 23, during...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian mourner carries flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana during his funeral in Gaza City...
A Palestinian mourner carries the blood-stained flak jacket of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana, 23, during his funeral in Gaza City April 17, 2008. Shana was covering events in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip for Reuters on a day of intense violence when 16 other Palestinians and three Israeli soldiers were also killed. A medical examination showed on Thursday that metal darts from an Israeli tank shell that explodes in the air caused the death of Shana on Wednesday in the Gaza Strip, doctors said. REUTERS/Said Khatib/Pool (GAZA)
KOSOVO - SERBIA
RTR1XLEP
February 26, 2008
United Nations policemen wait on a bridge as Serbs gather for a protest in the ethnically divided town...
Mitrovica, Kosovo
United Nations policemen wait on a bridge as Serbs gather for a protest in the ethnically divided town...
United Nations policemen wait on a bridge as Serbs gather for a protest in the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica in Kosovo February 26, 2008. Serbia intends to rule parts of Kosovo where "loyal citizens" still look to Belgrade for government, Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said on Monday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (KOSOVO)
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