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ISRAEL-MIGRANTS/AFRICA
RTX13NL6
September 16, 2013
An African migrant sits on a street corner in south Tel Aviv July 17, 2013. Israel's supreme court on...
Tel Aviv, Israel
African migrant sits on a street corner in south Tel Aviv
An African migrant sits on a street corner in south Tel Aviv July 17, 2013. Israel's supreme court on Monday struck down a year-old law that meant African migrants could be held in detention for up to three years without charge. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
EL SALVADOR-GANGS/
RTR33WJW
June 20, 2012
A gang member sings hip-hop during a mass at the prison of Izalco, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador...
Izalco, El Salvador
A gang member sings hip-hop during a mass at the prison of Izalco, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador...
A gang member sings hip-hop during a mass at the prison of Izalco, about 65 km (40 miles) from San Salvador June 19, 2012. Last Saturday marked the 100th day of an unprecedented truce between two violent Salvadoran gangs to reduce the high rate of homicides in the Central American country, which has begun to yield the expected results, said the Catholic church. The leaders of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang and their rival 18 decided last March to end the fighting and killing among them to reduce the alarming murder rates in the impoverished country. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW RELIGION ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR28KKL
January 06, 2010
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney Opera House, January 6, 2010. Bale de Rua consists of two vocalists and 15 dancers who perform a mixture of samba, African dance, hip-hop and capoeira. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian dance style which combines music and martial arts. The group will perform 12 shows at the opera house as part of the Sydney Festival 2010. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR28KKK
January 06, 2010
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney Opera House, January 6, 2010. Bale de Rua consists of two vocalists and 15 dancers who perform a mixture of samba, African dance, hip-hop and capoeira. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian dance style which combines music and martial arts. The group will perform 12 shows at the opera house as part of the Sydney Festival 2010. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR28KJS
January 06, 2010
A member of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua performs during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A member of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua performs during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
A member of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua performs during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney Opera House, January 6, 2010. Bale de Rua consists of two vocalists and 15 dancers who perform a mixture of samba, African dance, hip-hop and capoeira. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian dance style which combines music and martial arts. The group will perform 12 shows at the opera house as part of the Sydney Festival 2010. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR28KJO
January 06, 2010
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney...
Members of the Brazilian dance group Bale de Rua perform during a photo call on the steps of the Sydney Opera House, January 6, 2010. Bale de Rua consists of two vocalists and 15 dancers who perform a mixture of samba, African dance, hip-hop and capoeira. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian dance style which combines music and martial arts. The group will perform 12 shows at the opera house as part of the Sydney Festival 2010. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
TELEVISION-BET/
RTX7AXQ
June 24, 2008
Hip hop artist Soulja Boy arrives at the 2008 BET Awards in Los Angeles June 24, 2008. REUTERS/Fred...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Hip hop artist Soulja Boy arrives at the 2008 BET Awards in Los Angeles
Hip hop artist Soulja Boy arrives at the 2008 BET Awards in Los Angeles June 24, 2008. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
USA-HIP HOP/
RTR1ULOE
October 05, 2007
Grandmaster Caz performs at the 4th Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors event in New York October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Eric...
New York, UNITED STATES
Grandmaster Caz performs at the 4th Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors event in New York
Grandmaster Caz performs at the 4th Annual VH1 Hip Hop Honors event in New York October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5NC
December 07, 2006
British singer Corinne Bailey Rae poses after receiving three nominations during a news conference for...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
British singer Corinne Bailey Rae poses after receiving three nominations during a news conference for...
British singer Corinne Bailey Rae poses after receiving three nominations during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5N5
December 07, 2006
British singer and Grammy nominee KT Tunstall poses after announcing nominations for the 49th Annual...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
British singer and Grammy nominee KT Tunstall poses after announcing nominations for the 49th Annual...
British singer and Grammy nominee KT Tunstall poses after announcing nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5MX
December 07, 2006
Best New Artist nominee Chris Brown is interviewed following the announcement of nominations for the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Best New Artist nominee Chris Brown is interviewed following the announcement of nominations for the...
Best New Artist nominee Chris Brown is interviewed following the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5MS
December 07, 2006
Singer James Blunt smiles after receiving five nominations during a news conference for the 49th Annual...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer James Blunt smiles after receiving five nominations during a news conference for the 49th Annual...
Singer James Blunt smiles after receiving five nominations during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5MC
December 07, 2006
Singer Mary J. Blige poses during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Mary J. Blige poses during a news conference at the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual...
Singer Mary J. Blige poses during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday.REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5LR
December 07, 2006
Rapper Ludacris (R) announces nominees as fellow presenter Chris Brown watches during a news conference...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Rapper Ludacris announces nominees as fellow presenter Chris Brown looks on during a news conference...
Rapper Ludacris (R) announces nominees as fellow presenter Chris Brown watches during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5LN
December 07, 2006
Singers Justin Timberlake (L) and Amy Lee of Evanescence mingle onstage during the announcement of nominations...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singers Justin Timberlake (L) and Amy Lee of Evanescence mingle onstage during the announcement of nominations...
Singers Justin Timberlake (L) and Amy Lee of Evanescence mingle onstage during the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5LF
December 07, 2006
Singer James Blunt announces nominees for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer James Blunt announces nominees at the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards...
Singer James Blunt announces nominees for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blunt received five nominations, while R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. At left is fellow presenter Chris Brown. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5L5
December 07, 2006
British singers Corinne Bailey Rae (L) and KT Tunstall pose together following the announcement of nominations...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singers Corinne Bailey Rae (L) and KT Tunstall pose together following the announcement of nominations...
British singers Corinne Bailey Rae (L) and KT Tunstall pose together following the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5KY
December 07, 2006
Singer Justin Timberlake presents nominations as James Blunt (R) watches during a news conference for...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Justin Timberlake presents nominations as James Blunt watches during a news conference for the...
Singer Justin Timberlake presents nominations as James Blunt (R) watches during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Timberlake received five nominations, while R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5KW
December 07, 2006
Singer Mary J. Blige (R) gets a hug from the Recording Academy president Neil Portnow during the announcement...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Mary J. Blige gets a hug from the Recording Academy president Neil Portnow during the announcement...
Singer Mary J. Blige (R) gets a hug from the Recording Academy president Neil Portnow during the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5KR
December 07, 2006
British singers James Blunt (L) and KT Turnstall pose together after working as presenters at the announcement...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
British singers James Blunt (L) and KT Turnstall pose together after working as presenters at the announcement...
British singers James Blunt (L) and KT Turnstall pose together after working as presenters at the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blunt received five nominations, while R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5KG
December 07, 2006
Singer Justin Timberlake is interviewed after receiving four nominations during a news conference for...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Justin Timberlake is interviewed after receiving four nominations during a news conference for...
Singer Justin Timberlake is interviewed after receiving four nominations during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5KC
December 07, 2006
Justin Timberlake (L) celebrates one of his four nominations alongside fellow presenter Amy Lee at the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Justin Timberlake (L) celebrates one of his four nominations alongside fellow presenter Amy Lee at the...
Justin Timberlake (L) celebrates one of his four nominations alongside fellow presenter Amy Lee at the announcement of nominations for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards, in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. R&B singer Mary J. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMY/
RTR1K5K9
December 07, 2006
Singer Mary J. Blige pauses while celebrating during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer Mary J. Blige pauses while celebrating during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards,...
Singer Mary J. Blige pauses while celebrating during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday.REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5K3
December 07, 2006
Mary J. Blige (L) is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Mary J. Blige is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the 49th...
Mary J. Blige (L) is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
GRAMMYS/
RTR1K5K2
December 07, 2006
Mary J. Blige (L) is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Mary J. Blige is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the 49th...
Mary J. Blige (L) is applauded by fellow presenter Justin Timberlake during a news conference for the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles December 7, 2006. Blige, dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul" for her impassioned style, led the contenders for the Grammy Awards with eight nominations, organizers said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
PEOPLE SAFRICA MATHOSA
RTR1IPFJ
October 26, 2006
South African musician Mandoza perfoms during a memorial service for the late pop singer Lebo Mathosa,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
South African musician Mandoza perfoms during a memorial service of the late pop singer Lebo Mathosa,...
South African musician Mandoza perfoms during a memorial service for the late pop singer Lebo Mathosa, in Johannesburg October 26, 2006. Mathosa, a leading star of the country's home-grown "kwaito" style of hip-hop music, was killed in a car crash earlier this week. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
TAIWAN
RTR1IK2J
October 21, 2006
U.S. hip-hop singer Jay-Z (L) and partner Memphis Bleek perform during a concert in Taipei's Arena October...
Taipei, Taiwan
US hip-hop singer Jay-Z and partner Memphis Bleek perform in Taipei
U.S. hip-hop singer Jay-Z (L) and partner Memphis Bleek perform during a concert in Taipei's Arena October 21, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent Wang
VENEZUELA RAP
RTR1DUEU
May 28, 2006
A rap singer performs at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas in this April...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match feature Venezuela-Rap
A rap singer performs at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas in this April 21, 2006 file photo. In a twist in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution, his government, which has long pumped proceeds from oil sales into health and education for the poor, is paying for rap-crazy youths to prime their rhymes as an escape route from drugs and violence in some of Caracas' toughest neighborhoods. To match feature Venezuela-Rap. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA RAP
RTR1DUET
May 28, 2006
A rap singer performs at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas in this April...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match feature Venezuela-Rap
A rap singer performs at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas in this April 21, 2006 file photo. In a twist in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution, his government, which has long pumped proceeds from oil sales into health and education for the poor, is paying for rap-crazy youths to prime their rhymes as an escape route from drugs and violence in some of Caracas' toughest neighborhoods. To match feature Venezuela-Rap. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA RAP
RTR1DUER
May 28, 2006
In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in Pinto Salinas neighborhood, before a hip-hop...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match feature Venezuela-Rap
In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in Pinto Salinas neighborhood, before a hip-hop performance, in Caracas in this April 21, 2006 file photo. In a twist in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution, his government, which has long pumped proceeds from oil sales into health and education for the poor, is paying for rap-crazy youths to prime their rhymes as an escape route from drugs and violence in some of Caracas' toughest neighborhoods. To match feature Venezuela-Rap. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA RAP
RTR1DUEQ
May 28, 2006
A boy listens to a rap band performance at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match feature Venezuela-Rap
A boy listens to a rap band performance at Pinto Salinas neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas in this April 21, 2006 file photo. In a twist in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution, his government, which has long pumped proceeds from oil sales into health and education for the poor, is paying for rap-crazy youths to prime their rhymes as an escape route from drugs and violence in some of Caracas' toughest neighborhoods. To match feature Venezuela-Rap. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA RAP
RTR1DUEP
May 28, 2006
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of Pinto Salinas during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match feature Venezuela-Rap
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of Pinto Salinas during a hip-hop performance in Caracas in this April 21, 2006 file photo. In a twist in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution, his government, which has long pumped proceeds from oil sales into health and education for the poor, is paying for rap-crazy youths to prime their rhymes as an escape route from drugs and violence in some of Caracas' toughest neighborhoods. To match feature Venezuela-Rap. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
US WEEKLY PARTY
RTR1CV8N
April 27, 2006
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges poses with actress Garcelle Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood...
Los Angeles, USA
Singer and actor Ludacris poses with actress Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in...
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges poses with actress Garcelle Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in Los Angeles, California April 26, 2006. The magazine celebrated Hollywood style by awarding film, television and music stars Style award at the event. Ludacris was awarded Hottest Hip Hop Style. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
US WEEKLY PARTY
RTR1CV8J
April 27, 2006
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges poses with actress Garcelle Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood...
Los Angeles, USA
Singer and actor Ludacris poses with actress Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in...
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges poses with actress Garcelle Beauvais at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in Los Angeles, California April 26, 2006. The magazine celebrated Hollywood style by awarding film, television and music stars Style award at the event. Ludacris was awarded Hottest Hip Hop Style. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
US WEEKLY PARTY
RTR1CUIO
April 27, 2006
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges arrives at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in Los...
Los Angeles, USA
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges arrives at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in Los...
Singer and actor Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges arrives at the US Weekly Hot Hollywood Awards party in Los Angeles, California April 26, 2006. The magazine celebrated Hollywood style by awarding film, television and music stars Style award at the event. Ludacris was awarded Hottest Hip Hop Style. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
VENEZUELA
RTXOJAC
April 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.] Picture shot April 21, 2006.
VENEZUELA
RTXOJAB
April 26, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in th.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. Picture shot April 21, 2006.]
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CT6L
April 26, 2006
A couple kiss in front of an old truck painted with graffiti at the state-run cultural development project...
Caracas, Venezuela
Couple kiss in front of truck painted with graffiti at state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna...
A couple kiss in front of an old truck painted with graffiti at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" at the El Valle neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 22, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. Picture shot April 22, 2006. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CT6K
April 26, 2006
A juggler plays with rings at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in El Valle...
Caracas, Venezuela
Juggler plays with rings at state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in Caracas
A juggler plays with rings at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in El Valle neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 22, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. Picture shot April 21, 2006. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CT6J
April 26, 2006
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. Picture shot April 21, 2006. REUTERS/Jorge Silva/Files
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CT6I
April 26, 2006
A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy hangs upside down at basketball court as others paint graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in...
A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. Picture shot April 21, 2006. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ50
April 25, 2006
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Ca.....
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. [In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4Z
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4Y
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti depicting a tank is seen on an old truck at the state-run cultural...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti depicting a tank is seen on an old truck at the state-run cultura.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti depicting a tank is seen on an old truck at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in El Valle neighborhood, during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 22, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4X
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4W
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in "Pinto Salinas"...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in "Pinto Salina.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood, before a hip-hop performance, in Caracas, April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4U
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti which reads "Revolution" is seen at the state-run cultural development...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti which reads "Revolution" is seen at the state-run cultural develo.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 22APR06 - A graffiti which reads "Revolution" is seen at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in El Valle neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 22, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4T
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festi.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA
RTXOJ4R
April 25, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy rides a monocycle at the 'Pinto Salinas' neighborhood before a hip-hop...
Caracas, Venezuela
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy rides a monocycle at the 'Pinto Salinas' neighborhood before a hip-hop.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 21APR06 - A boy rides a monocycle at the 'Pinto Salinas' neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, [President Hugo Chavez's] self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of [Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments.]
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSR5
April 25, 2006
In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood, before a...
Caracas, Venezuela
Woman walks past graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in Caracas
In this low exposure picture, a woman walks past a graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood, before a hip-hop performance, in Caracas, April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQY
April 25, 2006
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQV
April 25, 2006
Girls sit on an old car at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April...
Caracas, Venezuela
Girls sit on an old car at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas
Girls sit on an old car at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQQ
April 25, 2006
A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy hangs upside down at basketball court as others paint graffiti in "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in...
A boy hangs upside down at a basketball court as others paint graffiti in the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQJ
April 25, 2006
A rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas
A rap singer performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQF
April 25, 2006
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Boys play at a basketball court at the "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood before a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQB
April 25, 2006
A boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas...
A boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQ7
April 25, 2006
A rap band performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006....
Caracas, Venezuela
Rap band performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas
A rap band performs at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQ3
April 25, 2006
A boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas...
A boy listens to a rap band performance at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQ1
April 25, 2006
A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood Caracas
A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSPZ
April 25, 2006
A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood Caracas
A boy paints graffiti at "Pinto Salinas" neighborhood during a hip-hop festival in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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