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FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z97 
September 14, 2012 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden arrive at a transfer ceremony of the remains... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Obama and Vice President Biden arrive at a transfer ceremony of the remains of U.S. Ambassador... 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden arrive at a transfer ceremony of the remains of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed this week in Benghazi, at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z92 
September 14, 2012 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony of the remains... 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony of the remains of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed this week in Benghazi, at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z8W 
September 14, 2012 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deliver remarks during a transfer... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton deliver remarks during a transfer ceremony of the... 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deliver remarks during a transfer ceremony of the remains of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed this week in Benghazi, at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z8S 
September 14, 2012 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony of the remains... 
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participate in a transfer ceremony of the remains of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed this week in Benghazi, at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z8J 
September 14, 2012 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off... 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off a transport aircraft during a return of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E8AF0BLU01 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z8C 
September 14, 2012 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off... 
The remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya are taken off a transport aircraft during a return of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z83 
September 14, 2012 
A military service member salutes during a transfer of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
A military service member salutes during a transfer of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near... 
A military service member salutes during a transfer of remains ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. President Barack Obama arrived at Andrews Air Force Base on Friday to lead a ceremony honoring the return of the remains of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed in an attack in Libya this week. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FILM-PROTESTS/REMAINS
RTR37Z7S 
September 14, 2012 
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks alongside four transfer cases bearing the remains of Americans... 
Andrews Air Force Base, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks alongside four transfer cases bearing the remains of Americans... 
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks alongside four transfer cases bearing the remains of Americans killed this week in Benghazi, during a transfer or remains ceremony in a hangar at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, September 14, 2012. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans died after gunmen attacked the lightly fortified U.S. consulate and a safe house refuge in Benghazi on Tuesday night. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2XXJI 
February 16, 2012 
U.S. Colonel Kurt Taylor (L) from the United Nations Command (UNC) Military Armistice Commission gives... 
Paju, South Korea 
U.S. Colonel Taylor from the UNC Military Armistice Commission gives gifts to South Korean graduates... 
U.S. Colonel Kurt Taylor (L) from the United Nations Command (UNC) Military Armistice Commission gives gifts to South Korean graduates of Taesungdong Elementary School during a graduation ceremony in Taesungdong, in the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ) which separates South Korea from the North, in Paju, north of Seoul February 16, 2012. Taesungdong is less than one kilometre from North Korea. Access to Taesungdong is restricted to all but residents and carefully selected military personnel. There are a total of 50 houses in the village, in which some 210 South Koreans live. The village lies under the security cordon of the UNC, who are responsible for the safety of the villagers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS EDUCATION) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2XXJH 
February 16, 2012 
Wearing traditional "hanboks", South Korean graduates of Taesungdong Elementary School salute flags during... 
Paju, South Korea 
Graduates of Taesungdong Elementary School salute flags during a graduation ceremony in Taesungdong,... 
Wearing traditional "hanboks", South Korean graduates of Taesungdong Elementary School salute flags during a graduation ceremony in Taesungdong, in the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ) which seperates South Korea from the North, in Paju, north of Seoul February 16, 2012. Taesungdong is less than one kilometre from North Korea. Access to the Taesungdong is restricted to all but residents and carefully selected military personnel. There are a total of 50 houses in the village, in which some 210 South Koreans live. The village lies under the security cordon of the United Nations Command (UNC), who are responsible for the safety of the villagers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS EDUCATION) 
THAILAND-FLOODS/
RTR2T1SZ 
October 23, 2011 
A man discards water from his house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok October 23, 2011. Thailand's... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A man discards water from his house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok 
A man discards water from his house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok October 23, 2011. Thailand's capital was braced for possible flooding on Sunday as water levels rose in some of Bangkok's northern suburbs and troops raced to fortify defence walls to protect two key industrial zones. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
THAILAND-FLOODS/
RTR2T1SH 
October 23, 2011 
Residents rest at their flooded house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok October 23, 2011. Thailand's... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Residents rest at their flooded house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok 
Residents rest at their flooded house at Thung Song Hong district in Bangkok October 23, 2011. Thailand's capital was braced for possible flooding on Sunday as water levels rose in some of Bangkok's northern suburbs and troops raced to fortify defence walls to protect two key industrial zones. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
THAILAND-FLOODS/
RTR2T1SF 
October 23, 2011 
A girl walks out of her flooded home, which is decorated with a picture of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A girl walks out of her flooded home at a flooded neighbourhood near Chao Phraya river in central Bangkok... 
A girl walks out of her flooded home, which is decorated with a picture of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (R), at a flooded neighbourhood near Chao Phraya river in central Bangkok October 23, 2011. Thailand's capital was braced for possible flooding on Sunday as water levels rose in some of Bangkok's northern suburbs and troops raced to fortify defence walls to protect two key industrial zones. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
IRAQ-DEVELOPMENTS/
RTR2MFWJ 
May 15, 2011 
A policeman inspects a damaged bus after a rocket landed in central Baghdad May 15, 2011. One person... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A policeman inspects a damaged bus after a rocket landed in central Baghdad 
A policeman inspects a damaged bus after a rocket landed in central Baghdad May 15, 2011. One person was killed and nine others wounded when nine Katyusha rockets landed in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, where the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government officials' houses are located, and other central and southern areas of the Iraqi capital, the Baghdad security operations centre said. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT) 
LIBYA-HUMANSHIELD/
RTR2K4GZ 
March 19, 2011 
Youths, standing on a wall of the house of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi, form a human shield in Tripoli... 
Tripoli, Libya 
Youths standing on a wall of the house of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi form a human shield in Tripoli... 
Youths, standing on a wall of the house of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi, form a human shield in Tripoli March 19, 2011. Thousands of Libyans packed into Muammar Gaddafi's heavily fortified Tripoli compound on Saturday to form a human shield against possible air strikes by allied forces. Fireworks erupted into the night sky and people fired defiant shots into the air at the compound after allied warplanes went into action in eastern Libya to stop the Libyan leader's forces attacking the rebel-held city of Benghazi. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ALGERIA
RTR1YQQW 
March 25, 2008 
A girl stands at the doorway of her house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of... 
Timimoun, Algeria 
A girl stands at the doorway of her house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of... 
A girl stands at the doorway of her house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of the oasis town of Timimoun, about 1,200 km (745 miles) south of Algiers March 24, 2008. Picture taken March 24, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA
RTR1YQP6 
March 25, 2008 
Men sit inside a house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of the oasis town of... 
Timimoun, Algeria 
Men sit inside a house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of the oasis town of... 
Men sit inside a house in Ouled Said ksar, a fortified village on the outskirts of the oasis town of Timimoun, about 1,200 km (745 miles) south of Algiers March 24, 2008. Picture taken March 24, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
IRAQ/
RTR1YNT4 
March 23, 2008 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack March 23, 2008.... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack March 23, 2008. Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, which houses the Iraqi parliament and U.S. embassy, was hit by a sustained barrage of rocket or mortar bomb fire early on Sunday, witnesses and officials said. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1YNT2 
March 23, 2008 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack March 23, 2008.... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack 
Plumes of thick black smoke rises from central Baghdad's Green Zone after a rocket attack March 23, 2008. Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, which houses the Iraqi parliament and U.S. embassy, was hit by a sustained barrage of rocket or mortar bomb fire early on Sunday, witnesses and officials said. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/BLAST
RTXB7W 
November 14, 2007 
U.S. armoured vehicles secure a road after a bomb attack outside the Green Zone in Baghdad November 14,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
U.S. armoured vehicles secure a road after a bomb attack outside the Green Zone in Baghdad 
U.S. armoured vehicles secure a road after a bomb attack outside the Green Zone in Baghdad November 14, 2007. A roadside bomb killed one civilian and wounded two on Wednesday just outside the heavily fortified Green Zone compound in Baghdad that houses the U.S. embassy and government ministries, police said. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OY1H 
April 23, 2007 
Workers clean the interior of a restaurant, which was damaged after a bomb attack, in Baghdad April 23,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Workers clean the interior of a restaurant, which was damaged after a bomb attack, in Baghdad 
Workers clean the interior of a restaurant, which was damaged after a bomb attack, in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OY1G 
April 23, 2007 
A U.S. soldier stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A US soldier stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A U.S. soldier stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OY0C 
April 23, 2007 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack while U.S. soldiers rush to another bomb attack... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack while US soldiers rush to another bomb attack... 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack while U.S. soldiers rush to another bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZW 
April 23, 2007 
Men shut a restaurant after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Men shut a restaurant after a bomb attack in Baghdad 
Men shut a restaurant after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in the restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZU 
April 23, 2007 
A resident steps on blood on the ground after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A resident steps on blood on the ground after a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A resident steps on blood on the ground after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZT 
April 23, 2007 
A U.S. soldier stands guard near a vehicle damaged after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A US soldier stands guard near a vehicle damaged after a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A U.S. soldier stands guard near a vehicle damaged after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZS 
April 23, 2007 
Residents look through windows broken after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Residents look through windows broken after a bomb attack in Baghdad 
Residents look through windows broken after a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZR 
April 23, 2007 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZP 
April 23, 2007 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A policeman stands guard at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTR1OXZO 
April 23, 2007 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad 
A man stands at the scene of a bomb attack in Baghdad April 23, 2007. Six people were killed and 14 wounded when a suicide bomber blew up in a restaurant near the entrance to the heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the U.S. embassy and Iraqi government offices, police said. REUTERS/Ali Jasim (IRAQ) 
TOGO
RTR1GLK8 
August 22, 2006 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley,... 
TAMBERMA, Togo 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house in Togo's Tamberma valley 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley, August 18, 2006. The old fortified homes were designed to protect the habitants from invasion by neighbouring tribes and the slave hunters from the Abomey Empire. The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is celebrated on August 23. Picture taken August 18, 2006. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (TOGO) 
TOGO
RTR1GLK7 
August 22, 2006 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma... 
TAMBERMA, Togo 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house in Togo's Tamberma valley 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley, August 18, 2006. The old fortified homes were designed to protect the habitants from invasion by neighbouring tribes and the slave hunters from the Abomey Empire. The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is celebrated on August 23. Picture taken August 18, 2006. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (TOGO) 
TOGO
RTR1GLK0 
August 22, 2006 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley,... 
TAMBERMA, Togo 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house in Togo's Tamberma valley 
A Togolese man smokes a pipe outside his house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley, August 18, 2006. The old fortified homes were designed to protect the habitants from invasion by neighbouring tribes and the slave hunters from the Abomey Empire. The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is celebrated on August 23. Picture taken August 18, 2006. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (TOGO) 
TOGO
RTR1GLJZ 
August 22, 2006 
A Togolese child stands at the door of their house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley,... 
TAMBERMA, Togo 
A Togolese child stands at the door of their house in Togo's Tamberma valley 
A Togolese child stands at the door of their house made of wood, clay and straw, in Togo's Tamberma valley, August 18, 2006. The old fortified homes were designed to protect the habitants from invasion by neighbouring tribes and the slave hunters from the Abomey Empire. The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is celebrated on August 23. Picture taken August 18, 2006. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (TOGO) 
TOGO
RTR1GLJX 
August 22, 2006 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house made of wood, clay and straw in Togo's Tamberma... 
TAMBERMA, Togo 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house in Togo's Tamberma valley 
A Togolese woman and her child stand outside their house made of wood, clay and straw in Togo's Tamberma valley, August 18, 2006. The old fortified homes were designed to protect the habitants from invasion by neighbouring tribes and the slave hunters from the Abomey Empire. The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is celebrated on August 23. Picture taken August 18, 2006. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (TOGO) 
IRAQ
RTR1E12V 
June 02, 2006 
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and acting Minister of Defence Salam al-Zawbai (L) speaks as visiting U.S.... 
Baghdad 
Iraqi Deputy PM al-Zawbai speaks as visiting US representative from Florida Putnam listens during dinner... 
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and acting Minister of Defence Salam al-Zawbai (L) speaks as visiting U.S. Representative from Florida Adam Putnam (R) listens during a dinner meeting at the U.S. Ambassador's house inside the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E12R 
June 02, 2006 
Visiting U.S. representative from Maryland Dutch C.A. Ruppersberger (R) talks to Iraqi Minister of Human... 
Baghdad 
Visiting US representative from Maryland Ruppersberger talks to Iraqi Minister of Human Rights Mikhai'l... 
Visiting U.S. representative from Maryland Dutch C.A. Ruppersberger (R) talks to Iraqi Minister of Human Rights Wijdan Mikhai'l during a dinner meeting at the U.S. Ambassador's house inside the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E12N 
June 02, 2006 
Visiting U.S. Representative from Illinois Ray LaHood (R) gestures as he speaks to Iraqi Deputy Prime... 
Baghdad 
Visiting US Representative from Illinois LaHood gestures as he speaks to Iraqi Deputy PM Salih during... 
Visiting U.S. Representative from Illinois Ray LaHood (R) gestures as he speaks to Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and acting Minister of State for National Security Barham Salih during a dinner meeting at the U.S. Ambassador's house inside the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E11N 
June 02, 2006 
U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (L) watches as Iraq's Speaker of the... 
Baghdad 
US Speaker of the House of Representatives Hastert watches as Iraq's Speaker of the Council of Representatives... 
U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (L) watches as Iraq's Speaker of the Council of Representatives Mahmud Mashadani (R) and his interpreter gesture during a dinner meeting a the U.S. Ambassador's house inside the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E0P1 
June 02, 2006 
Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (R) speaks during a news conference as Speaker of the U.S. House of... 
Baghdad 
Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki speaks during a news conference in Baghdad 
Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (R) speaks during a news conference as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (L) and Representatives Ray LaHood (back L), Adam Putnam (back C) and Dutch Ruppersberger watch in Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E0OU 
June 02, 2006 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (L) speaks as Iraq Prime Minister Nuri... 
Baghdad 
Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives Hastert speaks as Iraq PM Nuri al-Maliki watches during news... 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (L) speaks as Iraq Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki watches during a news conference in Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E0ON 
June 02, 2006 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (R) and U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad... 
Baghdad 
Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives Hastert and U.S. Ambassador Khalilzad enter Iraq PM's office... 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (R) and U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad enter the Iraq Prime Minister's office in Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ
RTR1E0OJ 
June 02, 2006 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (R), U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad... 
Baghdad 
Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives Hastert U.S. Ambassador Khalilzad and Maryland Representative... 
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Dennis Hastert (R), U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad and Maryland Representative Dutch Ruppersberger (L) enter the Iraq Prime Minister's office as security officials watch in Baghdad's heavily fortified green zone June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1A6D3 
December 05, 2005 
Defendants appear at their trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, December 5, 2005. The defendents... 
Baghdad 
Defendants appear at their trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone 
Defendants appear at their trial in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, December 5, 2005. The defendents are (front row, L to R) former chief judge Awad Hamed al-Bander, former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, (middle row, L to R) former Iraqi vice president Taha Yassin Ramadan, former Baath party official Abdullah Kadhem Ruaid, former Baath party official Mizher Abdullah Rawed, (back row, L to R) former Baath party official Mohammed Azawi Ali, former Baath party official Ali Daeem Ali, former intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti. The trial of Saddam Hussein on charges of crimes against humanity resumes on Monday with up to five witnesses expected to testify as the prosecution pushes ahead with a case criticised at home and abroad. Court officials prepared for the third session since the trial opened on October 19 in the heavily fortified Green Zone government compound in central Baghdad, which once housed Saddam's own presidential palace complex. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool 
IRAQ
RTRHHFI 
July 14, 2005 
man reacts after seeing the body of a relative killed by a suicide bomb attack in Baghdad July 14, 2005.... 
Baghdad 
Man reacts after seeing body of relative killed by suicide bomb attack in Baghdad. 
man reacts after seeing the body of a relative killed by a suicide bomb attack in Baghdad July 14, 2005. Two suicide bombers blew themselves up on Thursday near a checkpoint outside Iraq's heavily fortified Green Zone housing Iraqi officials and diplomats, police said. A policeman at the scene said one of the suicide bombers used a police car in the attack outside a checkpoint used by journalists, contractors and other civilians working in the compound. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen 
IRAQ
RTR57LS 
March 16, 2005 
Iraqi firefighters work on the charred wreckage of a civilian vehicle following a blast at a house near... 
Baghdad 
Iraqi firefighters work on charred wreckage of civilian vehicle following blast in central Baghdad. 
Iraqi firefighters work on the charred wreckage of a civilian vehicle following a blast at a house near a church in Karada, central Baghdad March 16, 2005. Explosions rattled windows in the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad on Wednesday and warning sirens sounded, just minutes before the first meeting of the country's new parliament in the compound. No casualties were reported in the attack claimed by al Qaeda's wing in Iraq. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani HH/TZ 
IRAQ
RTR57KY 
March 16, 2005 
Iraqi firefighter takes a breath from inside charred civilian house following blast near church in central... 
Baghdad 
Iraqi firefighter takes a breath from inside charred civilian house following blast near church in ...... 
Iraqi firefighter takes a breath from inside charred civilian house following blast near church in central Baghdad. An Iraqi firefighter takes a breath from inside a charred civilian house following a blast near a church in Karada, central Baghdad March 16, 2005. Explosions rattled windows in the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad on Wednesday and warning sirens sounded, just minutes before the first meeting of the country's new parliament in the compound. No casualties were reported in the attack claimed by al Qaeda's wing in Iraq. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani 
IRAQ
RTR57FK 
March 16, 2005 
An Iraqi police officer walks past the charred wreckage of a civilian vehicle following a blast at a... 
Baghdad 
An Iraqi police officer walks past the wreckage of a vehicle at scene of blast in Baghdad. 
An Iraqi police officer walks past the charred wreckage of a civilian vehicle following a blast at a house near a church in Karada, central Baghdad March 16, 2005. Explosions rattled windows in the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad on Wednesday and warning sirens sounded, just minutes before the first meeting of the country's new parliament in the compound. No damage or casualties were reported in the attack claimed by al Qaeda's wing in Iraq. REUTERS/Ali Jasim HH/VP 
CP
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October 21, 2004 
North Korean soldiers and residents watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending... 
Kaesong, Korea 
North Korean soldiers and residents watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after ... 
North Korean soldiers and residents watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending an openning ceremony. North Korean soldiers and residents watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending the openning ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp at the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea October 21, 2004. Fifteen South Korean companies, mostly labour-intensive manufacturers, are waiting to build their factories at the site, just 10 km (6.25 miles) north of the world's most heavily fortified border bisecting the two Koreas, by the end of this year. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan 
KOREA NORTH
RTRDUQO 
October 21, 2004 
North Koreans watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending the openning ceremony... 
Kaesong, Korea 
North Koreans watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending an openning ceremony.... 
North Koreans watch officials from South Korea pass by in a bus after attending the openning ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp at the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea October 21, 2004. Fifteen South Korean companies, mostly labour-intensive manufacturers, are waiting to build their factories at the site, just 10 km (6.25 miles) north of the world's most heavily fortified border bisecting the two Koreas, by the end of this year. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan CP 
CP
RTRDUPA 
October 21, 2004 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for... 
Kaesong, Korea 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing ... 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp. South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp at the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea October 21, 2004. Fifteen South Korean companies, mostly labour-intensive manufacturers, are waiting to build their factories at the site, just 10 km (6.25 miles) north of the world's most heavily fortified border bisecting the two Koreas, by the end of this year. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool 
CP
RTRDUP2 
October 21, 2004 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for... 
Kaesong, Korea 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing ... 
South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp. South and North Korean officials attend the opening ceremony of two-storey building housing offices for South Korea's state-run Korea Land Corp at the Kaesong industrial complex in North Korea October 21, 2004. Fifteen South Korean companies, mostly labour-intensive manufacturers, are waiting to build their factories at the site, just 10 km (6.25 miles) north of the world's most heavily fortified border bisecting the two Koreas, by the end of this year. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool 
CAMPAIGN CONVENTION
RTR9IQA 
August 29, 2004 
New York Police officers guard an empty street corner on 8th Avenue, August 29, 2004, a few blocks from... 
New York, USA 
New York Police officers guard an empty street corner in New York City. 
New York Police officers guard an empty street corner on 8th Avenue, August 29, 2004, a few blocks from Madison Square Garden, site of the Republican National Convention. The street was closed off in anticipation of protests in the area. Nearby hundreds of thousands of protesters marched past a heavily fortified Madison Square Garden ahead of Monday's start of the convention to nominate Bush for a second four-year term in the White House. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang US ELECTION HK 
MIDEAST PALESTINIAN
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April 03, 2001 
Palestinian boys stand in front of their house which stands few meters from heavily fortified Jewish... 
Khan Younis 
PALESTINIAN BOYS STANDS IN FRONT OF THEIR HOME NEAR KHAN YOUNIS. 
Palestinian boys stand in front of their house which stands few meters from heavily fortified Jewish settlement near the town of Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip April 3, 2001. Israely forces demolished a Palestinian police post next to boy's home in the night after gun battles.

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MIDEAST PALESTINIAN
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April 03, 2001 
Kamla Ghanim, a Palestinian woman, looks out from her house which stands a few meters from the heavily... 
Khan Younis 
PALESTINIAN KAMLA GHANIM LOOKS OUT FROM HER HOUSE NEAR KHAN YOUNIS. 
Kamla Ghanim, a Palestinian woman, looks out from her house which stands a few meters from the heavily fortified Jewish settlement near the town of Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip April 3, 2001. Israeli forces demolished a Palestinian police post next to her home in the night after gun battles. PP04010046

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KOREA
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February 14, 2001 
SOUTH KOREAN STUDENTS OF TAESUNGDONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SING THE KOREAN NATIONAL ANTHEM AT A GRADUATION... 
Taesungdong, Korea - Republic of 
SOUTH KOREAN STUDENTS OF TAESUNGDONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SING THE KOREAN NATIONAL ANTHEM AT A ... 
SOUTH KOREAN STUDENTS OF TAESUNGDONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SING THE KOREAN NATIONAL ANTHEM AT A GRADUATION CEREMONY IN THE DMZ.


Wearing traditional "hanboks", South Korean students of Taesungdong Elementary School sing the Korean national anthem at a graduation ceremony for four students in Taesungdong, in the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ) which seperates South Korea from the North February 14, 2001. Taesungdong is less than one kilometre from North Korea. Access to the Taesungdong is restricted to all but residents and carefully selected military personnel. There are a total of 50 houses in the village, in which 230 South Koreans live. The village lies under the security cordon of the UNC, who are responsible for the safety of the villagers. 
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January 11, 1997 
A Peruvian policeman looks out from a concrete gun emplacement in front of the Japanese ambassador's... 
Peru 
A PERUVIAN POLICEMAN LOOKS OUT FROM INSIDE FORTIFIED GUN POSITION 
A Peruvian policeman looks out from a concrete gun emplacement in front of the Japanese ambassador's residence in Lima on the 25th day of the hostage standoff, January 11. Police moved into the positions, pointing away from the ambassador's residence, the day after a Japanese television reporter walked across the street and entered the house to conduct an unauthorized interview. Tupac Amaru rebels seized the diplomatic compound December 17 and continue to hold 74 hostages.

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