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OIL-MAJORS/SHALE
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July 30, 2018 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler... 
Lufkin, UNITED STATES 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler... 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler at the BP America Gasosaurus Gas Unit well site in Lufkin, Texas, U.S., June 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman 
OIL-MAJORS/SHALE
RTX6DA42 
July 30, 2018 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler... 
Lufkin, UNITED STATES 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler... 
Kimberly Krieger, VP of operations for the East business unit uses smart glasses to inspect a cooler at the BP America Gasosaurus Gas Unit well site in Lufkin, Texas, U.S., June 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman 
JAPAN-CAFE/HEDGEHOG
RTSDWZS 
April 06, 2016 
Anna (C), 11, and Yuna Cheung (R), 11, from Great Britain hold hedgehogs as their mother Kimberly Russel... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Wider Image: Tokyo's Hedgehog cafe 
Anna (C), 11, and Yuna Cheung (R), 11, from Great Britain hold hedgehogs as their mother Kimberly Russel watches at the Harry hedgehog cafe in Tokyo, Japan, April 5, 2016. In a new animal-themed cafe, 20 to 30 hedgehogs of different breeds scrabble and snooze in glass tanks in Tokyo's Roppongi entertainment district. Customers have been queuing to play with the prickly mammals, which have long been sold in Japan as pets. The cafe's name Harry alludes to the Japanese word for hedgehog, harinezumi. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "HEDGEHOG THOMAS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
USA-PROTESTS/OAKLAND
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November 02, 2011 
People walk past broken glass windows of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California, November... 
Oakland, UNITED STATES 
People walk past broken glass windows of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California 
People walk past broken glass windows of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California, November 2, 2011. Thousands of protesters blocked a major Oakland intersection on Wednesday in what they called a general strike to protest economic conditions and police brutality, but fell well short of paralyzing the city. Business in the northern California city appeared to be largely normal, with most stores and businesses remaining open and workers going to their jobs. REUTERS/Kim White (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-PROTESTS/OAKLAND
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November 02, 2011 
People walk past broken glass window of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California, November... 
Oakland, UNITED STATES 
People walk past broken glass window of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California 
People walk past broken glass window of a Wells Fargo bank downtown in Oakland, California, November 2, 2011. - Hundreds of protesters blocked a major Oakland intersection on Wednesday in what they called a general strike to protest economic conditions and police brutality, but fell well short of paralyzing the city. Business in the northern California city appeared to be largely normal, with most stores and businesses remaining open and workers going to their jobs. REUTERS/Kim White (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SVPZ 
October 20, 2011 
Kimberly Vandenberg (R) and Lyndsay De Paul of the U.S. celebrate after finishing first and second respectively... 
Guadalajara, Mexico 
Vandenberg and De Paul of the U.S. celebrate finishing first and second in the women's 200m butterfly... 
Kimberly Vandenberg (R) and Lyndsay De Paul of the U.S. celebrate after finishing first and second respectively in the women's 200m butterfly final at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 19, 2011. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SWIMMING TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21M2M 
August 23, 2008 
Logan Tom, Danielle Scott-Arruda and Kimberly Glass (L-R) of the U.S. celebrate a point against Brazil... 
Beijing, China 
Tom, Scott-Arruda and Glass of the U.S. celebrate a point against Brazil during their women's final volleyball... 
Logan Tom, Danielle Scott-Arruda and Kimberly Glass (L-R) of the U.S. celebrate a point against Brazil during their women's final volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 23, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21M1R 
August 23, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing 2008... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 23, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21M10 
August 23, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. eyes the ball during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. eyes the ball during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. eyes the ball during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 23, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21M02 
August 23, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. gestures during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. gestures during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. gestures during their women's final volleyball match against Brazil at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 23, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21H2P 
August 21, 2008 
The ball passes in front of Kimberly Glass of the U.S.during their women's semi-final volleyball match... 
Beijing, China 
The ball passes in front of Kimberly Glass of the U.S.during their women's semi-final volleyball match... 
The ball passes in front of Kimberly Glass of the U.S.during their women's semi-final volleyball match against Cuba at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21H0Y 
August 21, 2008 
Tayyiba Haneef-Park (C), Heather Bown (R) and Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. celebrate a point against... 
Beijing, China 
Tayyiba Haneef-Park, Heather Bown and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. celebrate a point against Cuba during... 
Tayyiba Haneef-Park (C), Heather Bown (R) and Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. celebrate a point against Cuba during their women's semi-final volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 21, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21EIK 
August 19, 2008 
Kimberly Glass and Nicole Davis (R) of the U.S. celebrate after defeating Italy in their women's quarter-final... 
Beijing, China 
Glass and Davis of the U.S. celebrate after defeating Italy in their women's quarter-final volleyball... 
Kimberly Glass and Nicole Davis (R) of the U.S. celebrate after defeating Italy in their women's quarter-final volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 19, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21EFQ 
August 19, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. claps hands with a team mate during their women's quarter-final volleyball... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. claps hands with a team mate during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. claps hands with a team mate during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 19, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21EE9 
August 19, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. serves during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. serves during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at the Beijing... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. serves during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 19, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21EBN 
August 19, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at the Beijing... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's quarter-final volleyball match against Italy at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 19, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2197T 
August 17, 2008 
Malgorzata Glinka (C) of Poland plays a shot as Jennifer Joines (L) and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. attempt... 
Beijing, China 
Glinka of Poland plays a shot as Joines and Glass of the U.S. attempt a block during their women's preliminary... 
Malgorzata Glinka (C) of Poland plays a shot as Jennifer Joines (L) and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. attempt a block during their women's preliminary Pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 17, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA) 
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2195L 
August 17, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. high-fives Danielle Scott-Arruda (R) as Logan Tom watches during their... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. high-fives Scott-Arruda as Tom watches during their women's preliminary Pool A volleyball... 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. high-fives Danielle Scott-Arruda (R) as Logan Tom watches during their women's preliminary Pool A volleyball match against Poland at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 17, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2163A 
August 15, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (L) and Robyn AH Mow-Santos of the U.S. celebrate after defeating China in their women's... 
Beijing, China 
Glass and AH Mow-Santos of the U.S. celebrate after defeating China in their women's preliminary pool... 
Kimberly Glass (L) and Robyn AH Mow-Santos of the U.S. celebrate after defeating China in their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR215WL 
August 15, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China at the... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR215SV 
August 15, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China at the... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against China at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR215SC 
August 15, 2008 
Zhou Suhong (L) of China returns to Heather Bown and Kimberly Glass (R) of the U.S. during their women's... 
Beijing, China 
Zhou of China returns to Bown and Glass of the U.S. during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball... 
Zhou Suhong (L) of China returns to Heather Bown and Kimberly Glass (R) of the U.S. during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR215RN 
August 15, 2008 
Zhou Suhong of China spikes against Danielle Scott-Arruda and Kimberly Glass of U.S. during their women's... 
Beijing, China 
Zhou of China spikes against Scott-Arruda and Glass of U.S. during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball... 
Zhou Suhong of China spikes against Danielle Scott-Arruda and Kimberly Glass of U.S. during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR210AU 
August 13, 2008 
Tayyiba Haneef-Park (C) of the U.S. reacts in front of teammate Kimberly Glass (R) and head coach Lang... 
Beijing, China 
Haneef-Park of the U.S. reacts in front of teammate Glass and head coach Lang during their women's preliminary... 
Tayyiba Haneef-Park (C) of the U.S. reacts in front of teammate Kimberly Glass (R) and head coach Lang Ping during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2109G 
August 13, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. prepares to receive the ball during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. prepares to receive the ball during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. prepares to receive the ball during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21095 
August 13, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2108T 
August 13, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. watches as Maria Jose Perez of Venezuela plays the ball during their women's... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. watches as Perez of Venezuela plays the ball during their women's preliminary pool... 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. watches as Maria Jose Perez of Venezuela plays the ball during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR2108L 
August 13, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela at... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. reacts during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Venezuela at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21080 
August 13, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (C) of the U.S. celebrates a point with teammates Robyn Ahmow-Santos (L) and Nicole Davis... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point with teammates Ahmow-Santos and Davis during their women's preliminary... 
Kimberly Glass (C) of the U.S. celebrates a point with teammates Robyn Ahmow-Santos (L) and Nicole Davis during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 13, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR20WAY 
August 11, 2008 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against... 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. celebrates a point during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match against Cuba at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR20WAJ 
August 11, 2008 
Danielle Scott-Arruda (R) of the U.S. plays a shot as Nancy Carrillo (C) of Cuba attempts a block and... 
Beijing, China 
Scott-Arruda of the U.S. plays a shot as Carrillo of Cuba attempts a block and Glass of the U.S. watches... 
Danielle Scott-Arruda (R) of the U.S. plays a shot as Nancy Carrillo (C) of Cuba attempts a block and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. watches during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR20WA8 
August 11, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. plays a shot as Rosir Calderon (C) and Nancy Carrillo of Cuba attempt... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. plays a shot as Calderon and Carrillo of Cuba attempt a block during their women's... 
Kimberly Glass (L) of the U.S. plays a shot as Rosir Calderon (C) and Nancy Carrillo of Cuba attempt a block during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR20W93 
August 11, 2008 
Kimberly Glass (R) of the U.S. plays a shot as Rachel Sanchez (L) and Daimi Ramirez of Cuba attempt a... 
Beijing, China 
Glass of the U.S. plays a shot as Sanchez and Ramirez of Cuba attempt a block during their women's preliminary... 
Kimberly Glass (R) of the U.S. plays a shot as Rachel Sanchez (L) and Daimi Ramirez of Cuba attempt a block during their women's preliminary pool A volleyball match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (CHINA)
US-BASEBALL-CRIME-BONDS/
RTX4HVI 
December 07, 2007 
Baseball home-run king Barry Bonds (R) passes through security at a federal court house in San Francisco,... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
Baseball home-run king Barry Bonds passes through security at a federal court house in San Francisco 
Baseball home-run king Barry Bonds (R) passes through security at a federal court house in San Francisco, California, December 7, 2007. A federal grand jury has indicted Bonds on charges of lying and obstructing justice in an investigation into allegations of steroid use. Picture taken through glass. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
PEETSCOFFEE/
RTX3QRJ 
November 20, 2007 
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville, California... 
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES 
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville 
A worker prepares coffee for a blind taste test at Peet's Coffee headquarters in Emeryville, California November 16, 2007. While Starbucks Corp stacks its coffee shops with lunchtime salads, CDs and hot breakfast sandwiches, smaller rival Peet's Coffee & Tea Inc is concentrating on working its way into consumers' daily routines through their home coffee makers. Picture taken November 16, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
VOLLEYBALL/
RTXFEY 
November 15, 2007 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. dives to receive the ball during the first set of a fourth phase match against... 
Nagoya, Japan 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. dives to receive the ball in Nagoya 
Kimberly Glass of the U.S. dives to receive the ball during the first set of a fourth phase match against Japan at the FIVB Volleyball World Cup 2007 in Nagoya, central Japan November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
VOLLEYBALL-JAPAN/
RTX56B 
November 09, 2007 
Tayyiba Hannef-Park (R) of the U.S. spikes the ball against Dominican Republic's Milagros Cabral de la... 
Kumamoto, Japan 
Hannef-Park of U.S. spikes ball against Dominican Republic's De la Cruz during third phase match of FIVB... 
Tayyiba Hannef-Park (R) of the U.S. spikes the ball against Dominican Republic's Milagros Cabral de la Cruz during the third phase match of FIVB Volleyball World Cup 2007 in Kumamoto, southern Japan November 9, 2007. In the left is Kimberly Glass of the U.S. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
VOLLEYBALL-JAPAN/
RTR1VLG8 
November 03, 2007 
Cuba's Daimi Ramirez Echevarria spikes the ball against Kimberly Glass of the U.S. during the first phase... 
Hamamatsu, Japan 
Cuba's Echevarria spikes the ball against Glass of the U.S. during the first phase match of FIVB Volleyball... 
Cuba's Daimi Ramirez Echevarria spikes the ball against Kimberly Glass of the U.S. during the first phase match of FIVB Volleyball World Cup 2007 in Hamamatsu, central Japan November 3, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
VOLLEYBALL-JAPAN/
RTR1VLFK 
November 03, 2007 
Danielle Scott-Arruda (C) and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. jump for the ball from Cuba's Kenia Carcases... 
Hamamatsu, Japan 
Scott-Arruda and Glass of the U.S. jump for the ball from Cuba's Opon during the first phase match of... 
Danielle Scott-Arruda (C) and Kimberly Glass of the U.S. jump for the ball from Cuba's Kenia Carcases Opon during the first phase match of FIVB Volleyball World Cup 2007 in Hamamatsu, central Japan November 3, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
US- CANNABIS-FESTIVAL/
RTR1VEMY 
October 28, 2007 
Water pipes by 13 Glass sit on display at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
Water pipes by 13 Glass sit on display at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco 
Water pipes by 13 Glass sit on display at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California October 27, 2007. The Wonders of Cannabis Festival is a fundraiser in support of Green Aid, a medical marijuana legal defense and education fund based in Oakland, California. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
US- CANNABIS-FESTIVAL/
RTR1VEMW 
October 28, 2007 
An employee of 13 Glass displays glass pipes at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California,... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
An employee of 13 Glass displays glass pipes at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco 
An employee of 13 Glass displays glass pipes at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California, October 27, 2007. The Wonders of Cannabis Festival is a fundraiser in support of Green Aid, a medical marijuana legal defense and education fund based in Oakland, California. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
US- CANNABIS-FESTIVAL/
RTR1VEMV 
October 28, 2007 
People purchase glass pipes form 13 Glass at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California,... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
People purchase glass pipes form 13 Glass at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco 
People purchase glass pipes form 13 Glass at The Wonders of Cannabis Festival in San Francisco, California, October 27, 2007. The Wonders of Cannabis Festival is a fundraiser in support of Green Aid, a medical marijuana legal defense and education fund based in Oakland, California. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
APPLE-MACWORLD/
RTR1L101 
January 09, 2007 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California January 9, 2007. Apple unveiled an eagerly-anticipated iPod mobile phone with a touch-screen on Tuesday, priced at $599 for 8 gigabytes of memory, pushing the company's shares up as much as 8.5 percent. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said the iPhone, which also will be available in a 4-gigabyte model for $499, will ship in June in the United States. The phones will be available in Europe in the fourth quarter and in Asia in 2008. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
APPLE-MACWORLD/
RTR1L100 
January 09, 2007 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California January 9, 2007. Apple unveiled an eagerly-anticipated iPod mobile phone with a touch-screen on Tuesday, priced at $599 for 8 gigabytes of memory, pushing the company's shares up as much as 8.5 percent. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said the iPhone, which also will be available in a 4-gigabyte model for $499, will ship in June in the United States. The phones will be available in Europe in the fourth quarter and in Asia in 2008. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
APPLE-MACWORLD/
RTR1L0ZZ 
January 09, 2007 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California January 9, 2007. Apple unveiled an eagerly-anticipated iPod mobile phone with a touch-screen on Tuesday, priced at $599 for 8 gigabytes of memory, pushing the company's shares up as much as 8.5 percent. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said the iPhone, which also will be available in a 4-gigabyte model for $499, will ship in June in the United States. The phones will be available in Europe in the fourth quarter and in Asia in 2008. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
APPLE-MACWORLD/
RTR1L0ZY 
January 09, 2007 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California... 
San Francisco, UNITED STATES 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco 
The new iPhone sits on display behind a glass case at the Macworld conference in San Francisco, California January 9, 2007. Apple unveiled an eagerly-anticipated iPod mobile phone with a touch-screen on Tuesday, priced at $599 for 8 gigabytes of memory, pushing the company's shares up as much as 8.5 percent. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said the iPhone, which also will be available in a 4-gigabyte model for $499, will ship in June in the United States. The phones will be available in Europe in the fourth quarter and in Asia in 2008. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) 
US NOBLE MEDICINE
RTR1HY90 
October 02, 2006 
American Andrew Fire reacts while being interviewed at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California October... 
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES 
American Fire reacts while being interviewed at Stanford University in Palo Alto 
American Andrew Fire reacts while being interviewed at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California October 2, 2006. Fire and fellow American Craig Mello won the 2006 Nobel prize for medicine on Monday for their discovery of how to switch off genes, a potential road to new treatments for diseases from AIDS to blindness and cancer. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES) Also refer to image GF1DUCDNUAAA 
RLB
RTR54CS 
March 15, 2005 
Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his glasses during a break in testimony in his child molestation trial... 
Santa Maria, UNITED STATES 
Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his glasses during a break in testimony in his child molestation trial... 
Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his glasses during a break in testimony in his child molestation trial in Santa Maria. Pop star Michael Jackson adjusts his glasses during a break in testimony in his child molestation trial, at Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria, California, March 15, 2005. Michael Jackson's teen accuser said on Tuesday he had denied to a teacher being molested by the pop star because he was being teased at school as "the kid that got raped by Michael Jackson." REUTERS/POOL/Kimberly White 
GUATEMALA CITY
RTRYDH8 
October 14, 2004 
The coach of a female prostitute soccer team is interviewed by a Spanish documentary crew at a brothel... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
The coach of a female prostitute soccer team is interviewed by a Spanish documentary crew at a ... 
The coach of a female prostitute soccer team is interviewed by a Spanish documentary crew at a brothel in Guatemala City. Kimberly, one of the coaches of the 'Stars of the Tracks' soccer team, is interviewed by a Spanish documentary crew at a brothel in Guatemala City, October 14, 2004. Made up of prostitutes and playing in amateur league soccer tournaments, the 'Stars of the Tracks' team was organized and sponsored by a Spanish documentary crew filming the lives of the sex workers. Practicing daily on a field with broken glass and burning garbage, the 'Stars' are fighting to draw attention to their poor working conditions. The women get paid as little as $2.50 for sex and complain of frequent police harassment, despite their profession being legal and widespread in Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair 
VENZUELA CUBA
RTR1DG4 
February 17, 2000 
Venzuelan President Chavez is reflected in bevelled glass during a ceremony with Cuban officials at the... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
VENEZUELA AND CUBA AGREE TO STUDY JOINT OIL VENTURES. 
Venzuelan President Chavez is reflected in bevelled glass during a ceremony with Cuban officials at the presidential palace February 17. The two countries agreed to study joint oil ventures including the reactivation of an idled Soviet built refinery in Cuba.

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ECONOMY VENEZUELA
RTRW2W 
February 02, 2000 
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures with a glass of water during a speach in Congress marking his... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT CHAVEZ GESTURES IN CONGRESS IN A SPEACH COMMENORATING HIS FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE. 
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures with a glass of water during a speach in Congress marking his first year in office February 2. Chavez said he can now "die peacefuly" because in his first year he dissolved Congress and banished a political regime that ruled the country for forty years. Chavez promised to map out the economic plans of his administration in an address to the nation Wednesday evening.

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VENEZUELA  EXPLOSION
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August 23, 1999 
A policeman (R) stands guard in front of Colombia's consulate as an explosive expert examines the destruction... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
AN EXPLOSIVE EXPERT EXAMINES THE DESTRUCTION OF COLOMBIA'S CONSULATE. 
A policeman (R) stands guard in front of Colombia's consulate as an explosive expert examines the destruction caused by an explosive device August 23. An explosive device detonated blowing out one of the front doors and breaking glass in the consulate located on the eastern side of the capital. The explosion occured when relations between Colombia and Venezuela are tense due to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez reiterating often his desire to meet with Colombian guerrillas with or without Colombian President Andres Pastrana's permission.

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