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SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTXU58K
November 03, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice in the Dock" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,262) bail. The Court is due to deliver a verdict on Shadrake on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA POLITICS)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GVEJ
July 30, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake shows a victory sign as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore July...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake shows a victory sign as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake shows a victory sign as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore July 30, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,300) bail. The case has been adjourned for 2 weeks. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GVEI
July 30, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake shows victory signs as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore July...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Shadrake shows victory signs as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake shows victory signs as he arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore July 30, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,300) bail. The case has been adjourned for 2 weeks. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GVEG
July 30, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake (L) shows a victory sign as he arrives with his lawyer M. Ravi at the Supreme...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Shadrake shows a victory sign as he arrives with his lawyer M. Ravi at the Supreme Court...
British author Alan Shadrake (L) shows a victory sign as he arrives with his lawyer M. Ravi at the Supreme Court in Singapore July 30, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,300) bail. The case has been adjourned for 2 weeks. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GJO9
July 19, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in...
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in Singapore early July 20, 2010. Singapore police had arrested Shadrake on charges of criminal defamation and contempt of court, a day after he launched a book titled "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in the city-state. The arrest was made pursuant to a report that was lodged by the government's Media Development Authority on Friday, the Singapore police said in a statement. Shadrake said he was released on an S$10,000 bail and that his passport had been impounded pending his trial. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash(SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GJO8
July 19, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in...
British author Alan Shadrake speaks to the media after being released on bail from a remand centre in Singapore early July 20, 2010. Singapore police had arrested Shadrake on charges of criminal defamation and contempt of court, a day after he launched a book titled "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in the city-state. The arrest was made pursuant to a report that was lodged by the government's Media Development Authority on Friday, the Singapore police said in a statement. Shadrake said he was released on an S$10,000 bail and that his passport had been impounded pending his trial. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash(SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT MEDIA)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTR2GJO4
July 19, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake (L) walks with his lawyer M. Ravi after being released on bail from a remand...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake walks with his lawyer M. Ravi after being released on bail from a remand...
British author Alan Shadrake (L) walks with his lawyer M. Ravi after being released on bail from a remand centre in Singapore early July 20, 2010. Singapore police had arrested Shadrake on charges of criminal defamation and contempt of court, a day after he launched a book titled "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in the city-state. The arrest was made pursuant to a report that was lodged by the government's Media Development Authority on Friday, the Singapore police said in a statement. Shadrake said he was released on an S$10,000 bail and that his passport had been impounded pending his trial. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
GERMANY/
RTR2DB76
April 30, 2010
Left wing protesters demonstrate against the bar Zum Henker (To the hangman), frequented by far right...
Berlin, Germany
Left wing protesters demonstrate against the bar Zum Henker frequented by far right supporters in Berlin's...
Left wing protesters demonstrate against the bar Zum Henker (To the hangman), frequented by far right supporters, in Berlin's district of Schoeneweide, April 30, 2010. The banner reads: "To the Fuehrer with Zum Henker - Shut down Nazi pubs". REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-PROTEST/
RTXCZA6
March 19, 2009
A demonstrator holds a chalk board with children's hangman word game which refers to France's President...
Nantes, France
A demonstrator holds a chalk board during a protest march in Nantes
A demonstrator holds a chalk board with children's hangman word game which refers to France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, during a protest march in Nantes on March 19, 2009. As many as 3 million people took to the streets across France on Thursday to protest against the government's handling of the economic crisis and demand more help for struggling workers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT)
FRANCE-PROTEST/
RTXCZ9H
March 19, 2009
A demonstrator holds a chalk board with children's hangman word game which refers to France's President...
Nantes, France
A demonstrator holds a chalk board during a protest march in Nantes
A demonstrator holds a chalk board with children's hangman word game which refers to France's President Nicolas Sarkozy, during a protest march in Nantes on March 19, 2009. Unions have called a nationwide strike across sectors and planned demonstrations all over France to denounce the government's economic policies. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT)
PERU/
RTR1US9R
October 10, 2007
An activist from Amnesty International takes part in a performance of a hanging during a demonstration...
Lima, Peru
An activist from Amnesty International takes part in a performance of a hanging during a demonstration...
An activist from Amnesty International takes part in a performance of a hanging during a demonstration for "World Day Against the Death Penalty" on a street in Lima October 10, 2007. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
IRAQ-SADDAM/
RTR1KVL8
January 04, 2007
A Shi'ite resident plays the role of a hangman as he holds an effigy of former President Saddam Hussein...
Basra, Iraq
Shi'ite resident plays the role of a hangman as he holds an effigy of former President Saddam Hussein...
A Shi'ite resident plays the role of a hangman as he holds an effigy of former President Saddam Hussein during a demonstration supporting Saddam's execution in Basra, 550 km (340 miles) south of Baghdad, January 4, 2007. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
IRAQ-SADDAM/
RTR1KR35
December 30, 2006
An Iraqi American holds up a sign with pictures of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and a yellow...
Dearborn, UNITED STATES
An Iraqi American holds up a sign with pictures of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and a yellow...
An Iraqi American holds up a sign with pictures of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and a yellow hangman noose in Dearborn, Michigan December 29, 2006, to celebrate the execution of Hussein in Iraq. Saddam Hussein has been executed by hanging, a senior U.S. official confirmed on Friday. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
SINGAPORE
RTR1BN7M
November 25, 2005
A visitor walks past LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition, at which...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitor walks past LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition in Singapore...
A visitor walks past LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition, at which Slovenian student Matija Milkovic Biloslav's installation entitled "I am going to send you to a better place than this. God bless you." is displayed in Singapore, November 25, 2005. The work features several hangman's nooses and a rope beside the number 856. The same number is assigned to Australian prisoner Nguyen Tuong Van who is currently facing execution in Singapore for smuggling 400 grams (0.9 lb) of heroin from Cambodia. Australia will not punish Singapore over the planned execution of Nguyen, Prime Minister John Howard said on Thursday ahead of protests around the country to oppose the December 2 hanging. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui PP05120002 ODLY
SINGAPORE
RTR1BN7I
November 25, 2005
Visitors attend LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition, at which Slovenian...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitors attend LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition in Singapore
Visitors attend LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts' Asian Art Camp URBANONURBAN exhibition, at which Slovenian student Matija Milkovic Biloslav's installation entitled "I am going to send you to a better place than this. God bless you." is displayed in Singapore November 25, 2005. The work features several hangman's nooses and a rope beside the number 856. The same number is assigned to Australian prisoner Nguyen Tuong Van who is currently facing execution in Singapore for smuggling 400 grams (0.9 lb) of heroin from Cambodia. Australia will not punish Singapore over the planned execution of Nguyen, Prime Minister John Howard said on Thursday ahead of protests around the country to oppose the December 2 hanging. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui
FEATURE SRI LANKA DEATH PENALTY
RTRIC3E
December 06, 2004
Sri Lankan hangman Suranimala clasps his hands as he talks to Reuters about the reintroduction of the...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
To match feature story Crime-Sri Lanka-Death Penalty.
Sri Lankan hangman Suranimala clasps his hands as he talks to Reuters about the reintroduction of the death penalty at a Walikada prison in Colombo, Sri Lanka in this picture taken December 6, 2004. He has never seen an execution, confesses the sight of the gallows makes him a little nerous and lacks the most crucial tool of his trade-a rope. TO MATCH FEATURE STORY CRIME-SRI LANKA-DEATH PENALTY REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/SH
INDIA
RTR503N
June 23, 2004
Nata Mullick, a 78-year-old hangman, speaks to the media inside his home in the eastern Indian city of...
India
HANGMAN NATA MULLICK SPEAKS TO MEDIA INSIDE HIS HOME IN CALCUTTA.
Nata Mullick, a 78-year-old hangman, speaks to the media inside his home in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta June 23, 2004. Mullick has hung 24 people in his career and is one of a handful of survivors from the clan of hangmen in India who pass their their skills down from generation to generation. Mallick may hang Dhanonjoy Chatterjee on Friday. Chatterjee is charged with the rape and killing of a 14-year-old girl in December 1989. The communist-ruled West Bengal government may carry out the state's first hanging in decades. REUTERS/Sucheta Das SD/TW
INDIA
RTR5036
June 23, 2004
Nata Mullick, a 78-year-old hangman, smokes a cigarrate outside his home in the eastern Indian city of...
India
HANGMAN NATA MULLICK SMOKES A CIGARRATE OUTSIDE HIS HOME IN CALCUTTA.
Nata Mullick, a 78-year-old hangman, smokes a cigarrate outside his home in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta June 23, 2004. Mullick has hung 24 people in his career and is one of a handful of survivors from the clan of hangmen in India who pass their their skills down from generation to generation. Mallick may hang Dhanonjoy Chatterjee on Friday. Chatterjee is charged with the rape and killing of a 14-year-old girl in December 1989. The communist-ruled West Bengal government may carry out the state's first hanging in decades. REUTERS/Sucheta Das SD/TW
PANAMA
RTR5UW0
May 30, 2002
Panamanian protesters brandish hangman nooses, symbolizing that people
feel the government is hanging...
Panama, Panama - Republic of
PANAMANIANS PROTEST AGAINST CORRUPTION IN THE GOVERNMENT.
Panamanian protesters brandish hangman nooses, symbolizing that people
feel the government is hanging the country to death, at a protest march
against corruption and the wish to privatize the social security system
in Panama City, Panama, May 30, 2002. More than 5,000 people took to
the streets to protest against increasing alleged corruption in the
government. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe

AL
FRANCE
RTRHEMR
April 25, 2001
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's...
Paris, France
MOULINEX APPLIANCE EMPLOYEES SURROUND EFFIGY WITH HANGMAN'S NOOSE DURING PROTEST.
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's noose around its neck during a protest demonstration in front of the company's headquarters in the business district near Paris, April 25, 2001. Several hundred employees protest as union officials are concerned that Moulinex will announce that as many as 2,900 jobs will go. Along with the name of current chairman Puy are the words "Live and Die".

JES/
FRANCE
RTRHEMN
April 25, 2001
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's...
Paris, France
MOULINEX APPLIANCE EMPLOYEES SURROUND EFFIGY WITH HANGMAN'S NOOSE DURING PROTEST.
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's noose around its neck during a protest demonstration in front of the company's headquarters in the business district near Paris, April 25, 2001. Several hundred employees protest as union officials are concerned that Moulinex will announce that as many as 2,900 jobs will go. Along with the name of current chairman Puy are the words "Live and Die".

JES/
FRANCE
RTRHEM9
April 25, 2001
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's...
Paris, France
MOULINEX APPLIANCE EMPLOYEES SURROUND EFFIGY WITH HANGMAN'S NOOSE DURING PROTEST.
Moulinex appliance firm employees surround an effigy of current chairman Patrick Puy with a hangman's noose around its neck during a protest demonstration in front of the company's headquarters in the business district near Paris, April 25, 2001. Several hundred employees protest as union officials are concerned that Moulinex will announce that as many as 2,900 jobs will go. Along with the name of current chairman Puy are the words "Live and Die".

JES/
RTRDR26
May 05, 1998
Israeli army reserve officers and their families march May 5 with the word "Peace" on a hangman's rope...
ISRAELIS MARCH FOR PEACE IN JERUSALEM.
Israeli army reserve officers and their families march May 5 with the word "Peace" on a hangman's rope and Israeli flags through downtown Jerusalem to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence calling on the Israeli leader to make peace with the Palestinians. Netanyahu and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat concluded today seperate talks with United Sates Secretery of State Madeleine Albright in London on getting the peace process back on track. The Hebrew words below the peace effigy read" Save the Peace!".

DPS/ME
RTR8I2U
November 10, 1997
Activists wear black hoods, with the Shell trademark and hangman nooses around their necks, as they stage...
India
ACTIVISTS STAGE A PROTEST AGAINST SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION IN BOMBAY
Activists wear black hoods, with the Shell trademark and hangman nooses around their necks, as they stage a protest outside the Shell Petroleum Development Corporation office in Bombay November 10. The protest was in memory of environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight others who were hanged by the Nigerian military for their role in protesting against what they alleged were environmental and human rights violations by the company.

INDIA SHELL
RTR53WK
July 04, 1997
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-INDIA-HANGMAN - Nata Mullick, a 71-year-old hangman, shows his rope outside...
India
NATA MULLICK AN INDIAN HANGMAN IN CALCUTTA
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-INDIA-HANGMAN - Nata Mullick, a 71-year-old hangman, shows his rope outside his Calcutta home. Mullick has hanged 24 people in his career and is one of a handful of survivors from the clan of hangmen in India who pass their their skills down from generation to generation. Picture taken 30JUN97.

FEATURE
RENAULT
RTXHMRQ
March 11, 1997
A Renault worker with a mock hangman's noose bearing the inscription "I am looking for Louis Schweitzer",...
A Renault worker with a mock hangman's noose bearing the inscription "I am looking for Louis Schweit.....
A Renault worker with a mock hangman's noose bearing the inscription "I am looking for Louis Schweitzer", demonstrates near the headquarters of Renault March 11 against company plans to close a factory in Belgium. The protest was joined by workers from Renault plants in Spain and Belgium. Louis Schweitzer is the Chairman of Renault.
RTRAC6
March 18, 1996
Kim Dal-sang, (front) the 71-year-old aunt of jailed former president Roh Tae-woo, and a neighbour leave...
ROH'S AUNT WALKS FROM ROH'S BOYHOOD HOME
Kim Dal-sang, (front) the 71-year-old aunt of jailed former president Roh Tae-woo, and a neighbour leave the boyhood home of Roh in Shin Yong-dong near Taegu in South Korea March 14. Roh and his predecessor Chun Doo-hwan both face the hangman's noose if convicted of mutiny and sedition, but few people in the region, which is famous for supporting both former presidents, believe that the men will be executed if found guilty.

KOREA TRIAL
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXFMI0
October 19, 1995
A prison guard looks over the hangman's noose at Pretoria's maximum security prison gallows October 19....
Pretoria
A prison guard looks over the hangman's noose at Pretoria's maximum security prison gallows October .....
A prison guard looks over the hangman's noose at Pretoria's maximum security prison gallows October 19. More than 4,200 prisoners were executed in South Africa, many for politically-motivated crimes during the apartheid regime. The new Constitutional Court has abolished capital punishment and the government plans to dismantle the gallows, making room to house more prisoners with life sentences
GERMANY
RTXFPKN
October 01, 1995
Members of a theatre group perform a medieval play where a bandit is caught by a hangman at a parade...
Members of a theatre group perform a medieval play where a bandit is caught by a hangman at a parade.....
Members of a theatre group perform a medieval play where a bandit is caught by a hangman at a parade through the Brandenburg Gate, October 1. Theatre and folkloric groups perform scenes from German history and regions to mark the 5th anniversary of the German unification
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