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BRAZIL
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March 08, 2006
Brazilian women shout slogans during a protest against housework at a rally held in conjunction with...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian women shout slogans during protest in Brasilia
Brazilian women shout slogans during a protest against housework at a rally held in conjunction with International Women's Day in front of Planalto Palace in Brasilia, March 8, 2006. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar
BRAZIL
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March 08, 2006
Brazilian women shout slogans during a protest against housework at a rally held in conjunction with...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazilian women shout slogans during protest in Brasilia
Brazilian women shout slogans during a protest against housework at a rally held in conjunction with International Women's Day in front of Planalto Palace in Brasilia, March 8, 2006. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar
CHINA
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December 29, 2005
Local residents with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Laoximen Neighbourhood...
Shanghai, China
Local residents with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Laoximen Neighbour.....
Local residents with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Laoximen Neighbourhood community in Shanghai as a parent looks on from outside the classroom in Shanghai December 29, 2005. The Laoximen neighbourhood community joined a city-wide project "Home of Sunshine" for training local residents with mental disabilities. All these 30 students are members of "Home of Sunshine." [Laoximen neighbourhood is the city's first to have implemented the project with 55 students aging from 16 to 35 visiting the Community's Youth Centre everyday where classes and activities are designed for them. Classes include Chinese, math, English, music, drawing, knitting and basic housework skills. The five teachers at the centre also organize daily sports activities such as rope jumping and ball games, Shanghai Daily reported.]
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CHINA
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December 29, 2005
Cheng Juzheng (R), a volunteer with the Laoximen Neighborhood community, teaches local residents with...
Shanghai, China
Cheng Juzheng (R), a volunteer with the Laoximen Neighborhood community, teaches local residents wit.....
Cheng Juzheng (R), a volunteer with the Laoximen Neighborhood community, teaches local residents with mental disabilities knitting skills in Shanghai December 29, 2005. The Laoximen neighbourhood community joined a city-wide project "Home of Sunshine" for training local residents with mental disabilities. All these 30 students are members of "Home of Sunshine." [Laoximen neighbourhood is the city's first to have implemented the project with 55 students aging from 16 to 35 visiting the Community's Youth Centre everyday where classes and activities are designed for them. Classes include Chinese, math, English, music, drawing, knitting and basic housework skills. The five teachers at the centre also organize daily sports activities such as rope jumping and ball games, Shanghai Daily reported.] ?? OUT
CHINA
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December 29, 2005
Wang Qi (C) and other students with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Laoximen...
Shanghai, China
Wang Qi (C) and other students with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Lao.....
Wang Qi (C) and other students with mental disabilities attend an English class organized by the Laoximen Neighbourhood community in Shanghai December 29, 2005. The Laoximen neighbourhood community joined a city-wide project "Home of Sunshine" for training local residents with mental disabilities. All these 30 students are members of "Home of Sunshine." [Laoximen neighbourhood is the city's first to have implemented the project with 55 students aging from 16 to 35 visiting the Community's Youth Centre everyday where classes and activities are designed for them. Classes include Chinese, math, English, music, drawing, knitting and basic housework skills. The five teachers at the centre also organize daily sports activities such as rope jumping and ball games, Shanghai Daily reported.] ?? OUT
ROYALS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo h.....
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of [Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Yoshiki Kuroda, 40, and bade farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run.]
ROYALS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding ceremony...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding cere.....
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only [daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run.]
ROYALS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the [wedding...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the [w.....
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the [wedding of her daughter Princess Sayako and commoner Yoshiki Kuroda] November 15, 2005. [Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run.]
ROYALS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako (R) bows as she lets her husband Yoshiki Kuroda leave a news conference following their...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako (R) bows as she lets her husband Yoshiki Kuroda leave a news conference following th.....
Princess Sayako (R) bows as she lets her husband Yoshiki Kuroda leave a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of [Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run.]
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako (R) bows as she lets her husband Yoshiki Kuroda leave a news conference following their...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako bows as she lets her husband Kuroda leave a news conference following their wedding ceremony...
Princess Sayako (R) bows as she lets her husband Yoshiki Kuroda leave a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Shizuo Kambayashi/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako, the newlywed bride of Yoshiyuki Kuroda (L), closes her eyes as they bow to reporters...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako and Kuroda attend a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel...
Princess Sayako, the newlywed bride of Yoshiyuki Kuroda (L), closes her eyes as they bow to reporters at a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, and bade farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding ceremony...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako and Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo...
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda smile during a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako and her husband Yoshiki Kuroda answer questions during a news conference following their...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako and her husband Kuroda answer questions during a news conference following their wedding...
Princess Sayako and her husband Yoshiki Kuroda answer questions during a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Shizuo Kambayashi/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako, the newlywed bride of Yoshiyuki Kuroda (L), smiles as the groom bows to reporters at...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako and Kuroda attend a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo
Princess Sayako, the newlywed bride of Yoshiyuki Kuroda (L), smiles as the groom bows to reporters at a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, and bade farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Yoshiki Kuroda smiles as he arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiki Kuroda arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo
Yoshiki Kuroda smiles as he arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, has chosen to marry the 40-year-old Tokyo urban planner, meaning she must give up her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. Kuroda has said he is determined to help her adjust to her new life. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel...
Princess Sayako speaks to reporters at a news conference following her wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Yoshiki Kuroda, 40, and bade farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda attend a news conference following their wedding ceremony at...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako and Kuroda attend a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel...
Princess Sayako (R) and Yoshiyuki Kuroda attend a news conference following their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo hotel November 15, 2005. Princess Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, married urban planner Kuroda, 40, and bade farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace to her wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace in Tokyo
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace to her wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Yuzuru Oshihara/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace to her wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace in Tokyo
Japan's Princess Sayako's motorcade starts from the Imperial Palace to her wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Yuzuru Oshihara/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Yoshiki Kuroda (L, in car) leaves for his wedding ceremony with Japan's Princess Sayako in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiki Kuroda leaves for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo
Yoshiki Kuroda (L, in car) leaves for his wedding ceremony with Japan's Princess Sayako in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, has chosen to marry the 40-year-old Tokyo town planner, meaning she must give up her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. Kuroda has said he is determined to help her adjust to her new life. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Well-wishers sign books in celebration of Japan's Princess Sayako's wedding at the Imperial Palace in...
Tokyo, Japan
Well-wishers sign books in celebration of Princess Sayako's wedding at Imperial Palace in Tokyo
Well-wishers sign books in celebration of Japan's Princess Sayako's wedding at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Empress Michiko (R) and Emperor Akihito wave as they leave the Imperial Palace en route to a...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko wave as they leave the Imperial Palace in Tokyo
Japanese Empress Michiko (R) and Emperor Akihito wave as they leave the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the wedding of their daughter Princess Sayako and commoner Yoshiki Kuroda November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Everett Kennedy Brown/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Prince Akishino (R) and Princess Kiko (L) arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding in Tokyo...
Japanese Prince Akishino (R) and Princess Kiko (L) arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Imperial police lead well-wishers to sign books in celebration of Japan's Pricess Syako's wedding at...
Tokyo, Japan
Imperial police lead well-wishers to sign books in celebration of Japan's Pricess Syako's wedding at...
Imperial police lead well-wishers to sign books in celebration of Japan's Pricess Syako's wedding at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the wedding...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace in Tokyo
Japanese Empress Michiko leaves the Imperial Palace en route to a downtown hotel in Tokyo for the wedding of her daughter Princess Sayako and commoner Yoshiki Kuroda November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Everett Kennedy Brown/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Princess Sayako drives from the Imperial Palace in her motorcade to her wedding in Tokyo November 15,...
Tokyo, Japan
Princess Sayako drives from Imperial Palace in her motorcade to her wedding in Tokyo
Princess Sayako drives from the Imperial Palace in her motorcade to her wedding in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, has chosen to marry the 40-year-old Tokyo town planner, meaning she must give up her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. Kuroda has said he is determined to help her adjust to her new life. REUTERS/Everett Kennedy Brown/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Princess Sayako arrives at the hotel where she will marry Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Princess Sayako arrives at the hotel where she will marry Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo
Japanese Princess Sayako arrives at the hotel where she will marry Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito (R) and Crown Princess Masako (L) arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding...
Japanese Crown Prince Naruhito (R) and Crown Princess Masako (L) arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding with Yoshiki...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding in Tokyo...
Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko arrive at the hotel for Princess Sayako's wedding with Yoshiki Kuroda in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, will marry urban planner Kuroda, 40, thus bidding farewell to her life as a privileged princess. The marriage means she will relinquish her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Yoshiki Kuroda leaves for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako,...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiki Kuroda leaves for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo
Yoshiki Kuroda leaves for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, has chosen to marry the 40-year-old Tokyo urban planner, meaning she must give up her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. Kuroda has said he is determined to help her adjust to her new life. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto/Pool
JAPAN PRINCESS
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November 15, 2005
Yoshiki Kuroda smiles as he arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako...
Tokyo, Japan
Yoshiki Kuroda arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo
Yoshiki Kuroda smiles as he arrives at the Imperial Hotel for his wedding ceremony with Princess Sayako in Tokyo November 15, 2005. Sayako, 36, has chosen to marry the 40-year-old Tokyo urban planner, meaning she must give up her title, swap the grandeur of the Imperial Palace for an ordinary apartment, and trade official duties for housework and the supermarket run. Kuroda has said he is determined to help her adjust to her new life. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool
MEXICO WOMEN
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July 22, 1999
Roberto Delgadillo irons a pair of pants while his wife Maria Aguirre hangs clothes, July 22. Traditionally...
Mexico City, Mexico
A MEXICAN MAN IRONS A PAIR OF PANTS DURING WOMENS STRIKE.
Roberto Delgadillo irons a pair of pants while his wife Maria Aguirre hangs clothes, July 22. Traditionally macho Mexican men found themselves doing household tasks during a one-day "strike" by Mexico City women called to gain recognition of the value of their housework.

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SCHYMAN
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September 18, 1998
Gudrun Schyman, leader of Sweden's ex-communist Left Party gestures during an election campaign in the...
Stockholm, Sweden
Gudrun Schyman, leader of Sweden's ex-communist Left Party gestures during an election campaign in t.....
Gudrun Schyman, leader of Sweden's ex-communist Left Party gestures during an election campaign in the inner city of Stockholm September 18. [Schyman comes under pressure after she defended her failure to tell the tax man about payments to a teenage family friend for help with her housework. Neither of Sweden's main parties, the ruling Social Democrats (SDP) and the opposition Moderates, are set to win a majority in the September 20 general election, but with the support of the Left Party, the SDP may emerge with enough seats to retain power. ]
SWEDEN ELECTION
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September 18, 1998
Gudrun Schyman, leader of Sweden's ex-communist Left Party gestures during an election campaign in the...
Stockholm
LEADER OF SWEDEN'S EX-COMMUNIST LEFT PARTY SCHYMAN IN STOCKHOLM.
Gudrun Schyman, leader of Sweden's ex-communist Left Party gestures during an election campaign in the inner city of Stockholm September 18. Schyman comes under pressure after she defended her failure to tell the tax man about payments to a teenage family friend for help with her housework. Neither of Sweden's main parties, the ruling Social Democrats (SDP) and the opposition Moderates, are set to win a majority in the September 20 general election, but with the support of the Left Party, the SDP may emerge with enough seats to retain power.

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RUSSIA
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November 27, 1995
Children do housework in one of the four orphanages in the northern Russian town of Pechory (780 km north-west...
Children do housework in one of the four orphanages in the northern Russian town of Pechory (780 km .....
Children do housework in one of the four orphanages in the northern Russian town of Pechory (780 km north-west from Moscow) on November 25. The parents in the majority of the cases are alive but the children were taken from them because of alcohol abuse or a criminal background
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