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PORTUGAL PHILOSOPHER
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June 24, 2005
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon June 24,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during interview with Reuters in Lisbon.
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon June 24, 2005. Three decades after soldiers with red carnations in their gunbarrels ousted a dictatorship, Portuguese remain shackled by a fear that stifles their economy, according Gil, author of "Portugal Today: The Fear of Being". Picture taken June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Nacho Doce JR/TZ
PORTUGAL PHILOSOPHER
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June 24, 2005
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon June 24,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during interview with Reuters in Lisbon.
Portuguese philosopher Jose Gil answers questions during an interview with Reuters in Lisbon June 24, 2005. Three decades after soldiers with red carnations in their gunbarrels ousted a dictatorship, Portuguese remain shackled by a fear that stifles their economy, according Gil, author of "Portugal Today: The Fear of Being". Picture taken June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Nacho Doce JR/TZ
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December 16, 1997
A Chinese-built T-69 tank lowers its gunbarrel, with soldiers onboard saluting, as it passes before Bangladesh...
Bangladesh
AN ARMY TANK PARTICIPATES IN DHAKA'S VICTORY DAY PARADE
A Chinese-built T-69 tank lowers its gunbarrel, with soldiers onboard saluting, as it passes before Bangladesh President Shahabuddin Ahmed and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (not pictured) during a military parade in Dhaka Decmebr 16. The parade was part of annual Victory Day celebrations, which marks Bangladesh's final victory against Pakistan in the 1971 independence war.

BANGLADESH VICTORY
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