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FRANCE/
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April 26, 2013 
Thierry Campos, CEO of HGH Infrared Systems and member of French competitiveness cluster Systematic,... 
IGNY, France 
Thierry Campos, CEO of HGH Infrared Systems and member of French competitiveness cluster Systematic,... 
Thierry Campos, CEO of HGH Infrared Systems and member of French competitiveness cluster Systematic, stands next to a Spynel-S prototype, a new version of an infrared radar displaying panoramic thermal images, as he poses after an interview with Reuters in his factory in Igny, near Paris April 15, 2013. The previous version of this device was developed with French public funds and sold to US army and the French Marine. Picture taken April 15, 2013. REUTERS/Emmanuel Jarry (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
VOYNOV
RTXK0J9 
September 25, 2000 
Sergey Voynov (L) a coach with the Uzbekistan athletics team leaves the Sutherland Local Court in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Sergey Voynov (L) a coach with the Uzbekistan athletics team leaves the Sutherland Local Court in Sy..... 
Sergey Voynov (L) a coach with the Uzbekistan athletics team leaves the Sutherland Local Court in Sydney September 25, 2000. Sergei Voynov, 45, pleaded guilty in a Sydney court on Monday to bringing in the prohibited import, the banned Human Growth Hormone (HGH), the week before the start of the Sydney Games on September 15 and was fined AU$10,000 ($5,500). 
SPORT OLYMPIC VOYNOV
RTR10ZLD 
September 25, 2000 
Sergey Voynov (L), a coach with the Uzbekistan athletics team leaves the Sutherland Local Court with... 
Sydney, Australia 
UZBEKISTAN ATHLETICS COACH SERGEY VOYNOV LEAVES COURT. 
Sergey Voynov (L), a coach with the Uzbekistan athletics team leaves the Sutherland Local Court with an unidentified man in Sydney September 25, 2000. Sergei Voynov, 45, pleaded guilty in a Sydney court on Monday to bringing in the prohibited import, the banned Human Growth Hormone (HGH), the week before the start of the Sydney Games on September 15 and was fined AU$10,000 ($5,500).

PB/DL 
SPORT OLYMPICS SEIZURE
RTR1062N 
September 07, 2000 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington is seen on a video screen as he speaks to the media at the... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS SPOKESMAN LEON BEDINGTON SPEAKS AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington is seen on a video screen as he speaks to the media at the Sydney Media Centre September 7, 2000 regarding the seizure of illegal peformance-enhancing drugs from an Uzbekistan Olympic team official. Australian customs identified the substance seized to be the muscle-building human growth hormone (HGH). The seizure comes eight days before the start of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

DG/HL/JIR 
SPORT OLYMPICS SEIZURE
RTR1062J 
September 07, 2000 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington explains details to reporters at the Sydney Olympic Media... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS SPOKESMAN LEON BEDINGTON SPEAKS AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington explains details to reporters at the Sydney Olympic Media Centre September 7, 2000 regarding the seizure of illegal peformance-enhancing drugs from an Uzbekistan Olympic team official. Australian customs identified the substance seized was the muscle-building human growth hormone (HGH). The seizure comes eight days before the start of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

DG/JIR 
SPORT OLYMPICS SEIZURE
RTR1062D 
September 07, 2000 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington speaks at the Sydney Olympics Media Centre September 7, 2000... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS SPOKESMAN LEON BEDINGTON SPEAKS AT MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
Australian Customs spokesman Leon Bedington speaks at the Sydney Olympics Media Centre September 7, 2000 regarding the seizure of illegal peformance-enhancing drugs from an Uzbekistan Olympic team official. Australian customs identified the substance seized to be the muscle-building human growth hormone (HGH). The seizure comes eight days before the start of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

DG/HL/JIR 
CANNES
RTXIBKT 
May 21, 1998 
US actress Sharon Stone (C) raises the hands hgh of actors Elden Henson (L) and Kieran Culkin (L) as... 
Cannes, France 
US actress Sharon Stone (C) raises the hands hgh of actors Elden Henson (L) and Kieran Culkin (L) as..... 
US actress Sharon Stone (C) raises the hands hgh of actors Elden Henson (L) and Kieran Culkin (L) as they arrive for a photocall for British director [Peter Chelsom's film "The Mighty", May 21. Stone] attends the 51st Cannes Film Festival for [Chelsom's] film which is screened in a special showing and for the AmFAR evening gala to raise funds for AIDS research. 
FRANCE FESTIVAL
RTRE99R 
May 21, 1998 
US actress Sharon Stone (C) raises the hands hgh of actors Elden Henson (L) and Kieran Culkin (L) as... 
Cannes 
US ACTRESS SHARON STONE ARRIVES WITH ACTORS FOR A PHOTOCALL AT CANNES. 
US actress Sharon Stone (C) raises the hands hgh of actors Elden Henson (L) and Kieran Culkin (L) as they arrive for a photocall for British director Peter Chelsom's film "The Mighty", May 21. Stone attends the 51st Cannes Film Festival for Chelsom's film which is screened in a special showing and for the AmFAR evening gala to raise funds for AIDS research.

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