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GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
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December 11, 2019
A Turkana tribeswoman reacts after an accidental fire of a shelter in Turkana settlement in Ilemi Triangle,...
ILEMI TRIANGLE, Kenya
Pictures of the Year: A Picture and its Story
A Turkana tribeswoman reacts after an accidental fire of a shelter in Turkana settlement in Ilemi Triangle, Kenya, July 15, 2019. Reuters Photographer Goran Tomasevic: "First, the lookouts saw a footprint, then a suspected spy from a rival ethnic group, scuttling off into the bush. Expecting an attack, young men grabbed their guns and mothers grabbed their children - there are few state security forces in this remote area of northern Kenya. The Ilemi Triangle, a disputed sliver of land along the border with Ethiopia and South Sudan, is the northernmost tip of Turkana, Kenya's poorest county. A series of deadly clashes between the community and other ethnic groups that they said had crossed from South Sudan have put people on edge. Farmers and nomads frequently clash over limited resources. Livestock is the most important currency here. The danger is real. I saw several places scattered with skulls or bones with shredded clothing. Families drink from the same muddy pools as their livestock. There are few schools Ð children instead help herd cows to nearby watering holes. Chief Eipa Choro said the community felt abandoned by the government; clean water from an aid group's borehole was two hours' drive away. The nearest police station several hours away. We weren't attacked during the time I spent with them, but each time we moved, the community sent out scouts to secure the way and try to spot potential ambushes from cattle raiders. Raids can be a disaster for a community." REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORIES 2019" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PANAMA-MARTINELLI/
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August 10, 2019
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving...
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving a courthouse after being declared not guilty of spying charges in Panama City, Panama August 9, 2019. Martinelli's cap reads, "I survived Varela", referring to Panama's former president Juan Carlos Varela. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano
PANAMA-MARTINELLI/
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August 10, 2019
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving...
Panama City, Panama
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving...
Panama's former president Ricardo Martinelli is escorted by police officers and supporters while leaving a courthouse after being declared not guilty of spying charges in Panama City, Panama August 9, 2019. Martinelli's cap reads, "I survived Varela", referring to Panama's former president Juan Carlos Varela. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano
AWARDS-TEENCHOICE/
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August 14, 2017
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles, California, U.S., 13/08/2017 - Rapper Kyle performs "iSpy."...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles, California, U.S., 13/08/2017 - Rapper Kyle performs "iSpy." REUTERS/Mike Blake
AWARDS-TEENCHOICE/
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August 14, 2017
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles, California, U.S., 13/08/2017 - Rapper Kyle performs "iSpy."...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles
2017 Teen Choice Awards – Show – Los Angeles, California, U.S., 13/08/2017 - Rapper Kyle performs "iSpy." REUTERS/Mike Blake
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-SAVCHENKO
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March 06, 2016
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding...
Kiev, Ukraine
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding...
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding the liberation of Ukrainian army pilot Nadezhda Savchenko by Russia, in Kiev, Ukraine, March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-SAVCHENKO
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March 06, 2016
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding...
Kiev, Ukraine
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding...
A protester pulls down a surveillance camera at a building of the Russian embassy during a rally demanding the liberation of Ukrainian army pilot Nadezhda Savchenko by Russia, in Kiev, Ukraine, March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-SAVCHENKO
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March 06, 2016
A protester carries a surveillance camera broke off from the building of Russian embassy during a rally...
Kiev, Ukraine
A protester carries a surveillance camera broke off from the building of Russian embassy during a rally...
A protester carries a surveillance camera broke off from the building of Russian embassy during a rally demanding liberation of Ukrainian army pilot Nadezhda Savchenko by Russia, in Kiev, Ukraine, March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
FRANCE-SURVEILLANCE
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May 04, 2015
A protester holds a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the surveillance...
Paris, France
A protester holds a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the surveillance...
A protester holds a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the surveillance bill a day ahead of its vote in parliament in Paris May 4, 2015. French spies could get more power to bug and track would-be Islamist attackers inside the country and require Internet companies to monitor suspicious behaviour, under a bill to be vote in parliament on Tuesday. More than three months after 17 people were killed in attacks by three Islamist gunmen in Paris, the government is pushing measures that will allow spy agencies to tap phones and emails without seeking permission from a judge. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-SURVEILLANCE
RTX1BIMP
May 04, 2015
A protester holds up a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the...
Paris, France
A protester holds up a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the...
A protester holds up a placard which reads "I know they tap my phones " as he demonstrates against the surveillance bill a day ahead of its vote in parliament in Paris May 4, 2015. French spies could get more power to bug and track would-be Islamist attackers inside the country and require Internet companies to monitor suspicious behaviour, under a bill to be vote in parliament on Tuesday. More than three months after 17 people were killed in attacks by three Islamist gunmen in Paris, the government is pushing measures that will allow spy agencies to tap phones and emails without seeking permission from a judge. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
ARGENTINA-PROSECUTOR/
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February 06, 2015
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, February 5, 2015. Argentine investigators failed on Thursday to track down former spymaster Antonio Stiusso, wanted for questioning over the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran's alleged role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. "I have no doubts that Stiusso is behind all this, after the decision of (President Fernandez) to fire him from the SIDE," Anibal Fernandez said on Twitter on Tuesday, referring to the top spy agency by its former name. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-PROSECUTOR/
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February 06, 2015
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, February 5, 2015. Argentine investigators failed on Thursday to track down former spymaster Antonio Stiusso, wanted for questioning over the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran's alleged role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. "I have no doubts that Stiusso is behind all this, after the decision of (President Fernandez) to fire him from the SIDE," Anibal Fernandez said on Twitter on Tuesday, referring to the top spy agency by its former name. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-PROSECUTOR/
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February 05, 2015
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, February 5, 2015. Argentine investigators failed on Thursday to track down former spymaster Antonio Stiusso, wanted for questioning over the death of Nisman, who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran's alleged role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. "I have no doubts that Stiusso is behind all this, after the decision of (President Fernandez) to fire him from the SIDE," Anibal Fernandez said on Twitter on Tuesday, referring to the top spy agency by its former name. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-PROSECUTOR/
RTR4OF8F
February 05, 2015
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez stands in front of television screens during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez stands in front of television screens during...
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez stands in front of television screens during an interview with Reuters in his office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, February 5, 2015. Argentine investigators failed on Thursday to track down former spymaster Antonio Stiusso, wanted for questioning over the death of Nisman, who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran's alleged role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. "I have no doubts that Stiusso is behind all this, after the decision of (President Fernandez) to fire him from the SIDE," Anibal Fernandez said on Twitter on Tuesday, referring to the top spy agency by its former name. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-PROSECUTOR/
RTR4OF8B
February 05, 2015
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks in front of a television image of late...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks in front of a television image of late...
Argentina's president's chief of staff Anibal Fernandez speaks in front of a television image of late prosecutor Alberto Nisman during an interview with Reuters in his office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, February 5, 2015. Argentine investigators failed on Thursday to track down former spymaster Antonio Stiusso, wanted for questioning over the death of Nisman, who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of covering up Iran's alleged role in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. "I have no doubts that Stiusso is behind all this, after the decision of (President Fernandez) to fire him from the SIDE," Anibal Fernandez said on Twitter on Tuesday, referring to the top spy agency by its former name. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-FOOD
RTR4281N
August 13, 2014
An employee watches a live broadcast of departments of a new modernized pig farm owned by the Sangilen...
Podsopki village, Russia
An employee watches a live broadcast of departments of a new modernized pig farm owned by the Sangilen...
An employee watches a live broadcast of departments of a new modernized pig farm owned by the Sangilen Plus agrarian holding outside Podsopki village near Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, August 12, 2014. The farm, which is still under construction, is aimed at the breeding of 14,000 pigs a year, according to the official representative of the company. Last week Russia banned imports of fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, scallops, milk and dairy from the United States, the European Union, Australia, Canada and Norway in retaliation for Western sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS AGRICULTURE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWEDEN/
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July 02, 2014
Ahmed M, 47, an assistant engineer from Syria, covers his face to hide his identity as he poses for a...
Stockholm, Sweden
Ahmed, an assistant engineer from Syria, covers his face to hide his identity as he poses for a photograph...
Ahmed M, 47, an assistant engineer from Syria, covers his face to hide his identity as he poses for a photograph at an asylum camp outside Stockholm June 8, 2014. Ahmed paid smugglers 8500 euros to get him to Sweden via Jordan, Turkey and Greece. He flew from Greece to Stockholm with false identification documents. Ahmed fled Syria because he had been arrested three times by military intelligence on suspicion of being a spy. He was tortured and had his feet broken. When asked about the future he said, "I have five children at home. They have no future there and without them I have no future here." Some 15 percent of Sweden's population is foreign born, the highest level in the Nordic region. Asylum seekers in particular are drawn by Sweden's robust economy and tradition of helping refugees. The country ranks fourth in the number of asylum seekers and second relative to its population out of 44 industrialised nations, according to U.N. figures. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (SWEDEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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RUSSIA-PUTIN/SNOWDEN
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April 17, 2014
Journalists listen to a speech and a question posed by former U.S. spy agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden,...
Moscow, Russia
Journalists listen to a speech and question of former U.S. spy agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden at...
Journalists listen to a speech and a question posed by former U.S. spy agency NSA contractor Edward Snowden, at a media centre during Russian President Vladimir Putin's live broadcast nationwide phone-in, in Moscow April 17, 2014. Putin told Snowden on that Russia does not carry out indiscriminate surveillance on its citizens, responding to a question from the former U.S. spy agency contractor in a televised question and answer session with the nation. The government regulates communications as part of criminal investigations, but "on a massive scale, on an uncontrolled scale we certainly do not allow this and I hope we will never allow it," Putin told Snowden, who was granted asylum in Russia last year. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Politics
Politics
U.S. Spying Controversy - 17 Dec 2013
38 PICTURES
CANADA/
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November 27, 2013
A demonstrator attempts to stop a security guard from cutting down a sign that reads, "I spy a waste...
Ottawa, Canada
A demonstrator attempts to stop a security guard from cutting down a sign that was hung outside the Communications...
A demonstrator attempts to stop a security guard from cutting down a sign that reads, "I spy a waste of money" that was hung outside the Communications Security Establishment Canada building in Ottawa November 27, 2013. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
Edward Snowden
Edward Snowden
Father Speaks Out - 08 Aug 2013
6 PICTURES
Technology
Technology
NSA Chief Speaks at Hacker Convention - 01 Aug 2013
8 PICTURES
USA-SECURITY/SNOWDEN
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July 04, 2013
People hold placards in support of former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden during a protest...
Berlin, Germany
People hold placards in support of former U.S. spy agency contractor Snowden during a protest in Berlin...
People hold placards in support of former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden during a protest in front of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, July 4, 2013. Protesters demanded Germany grant Snowden asylum as they held up banners and chanted slogans in support of the former spy agency contractor. The German words on the sign (R) reads, "I also don't like surveillance all that much!" REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-SECURITY/FLIGHT-MOSCOW
RTX10Y3F
June 23, 2013
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National...
Moscow, Russia
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security...
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security Agency, to passengers of a flight from Hong Kong trying to find out if Snowden was aboard the plane, in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, June 23, 2013. A passenger plane believed to be carrying former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden from Hong Kong landed in Moscow on Sunday. Reporters at Sheremetyevo international airport said there was no immediate sign of Snowden, who is charged by Washington with espionage, but Russian media suggested he may have been whisked away by car to a foreign embassy in Moscow. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
USA-SECURITY/FLIGHT-MOSCOW
RTX10Y3E
June 23, 2013
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National...
Moscow, Russia
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security...
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security Agency, to passengers of a flight from Hong Kong trying to find out if Snowden was aboard the plane, in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, June 23, 2013. A passenger plane believed to be carrying former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden from Hong Kong landed in Moscow on Sunday. Reporters at Sheremetyevo international airport said there was no immediate sign of Snowden, who is charged by Washington with espionage, but Russian media suggested he may have been whisked away by car to a foreign embassy in Moscow. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
USA-SECURITY/FLIGHT-MOSCOW
RTX10Y3D
June 23, 2013
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National...
Moscow, Russia
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security...
Journalists show an iPad with the picture of Edward Snowden, former contractor for the U.S. National Security Agency, to passengers of a flight from Hong Kong trying to find out if Snowden was aboard the plane, in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, June 23, 2013. A passenger plane believed to be carrying former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden from Hong Kong landed in Moscow on Sunday. Reporters at Sheremetyevo international airport said there was no immediate sign of Snowden, who is charged by Washington with espionage, but Russian media suggested he may have been whisked away by car to a foreign embassy in Moscow. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTION
RTR2YRYY
March 03, 2012
Screens showing live broadcast from polling stations via a network of webcams installed all over the...
Moscow, Russia
Screens showing live broadcast from polling stations are seen in Moscow
Screens showing live broadcast from polling stations via a network of webcams installed all over the country are seen during a presentation ceremony at the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation in Moscow March 3, 2012. Russians will go to the polls for their presidential election on Sunday. REUTERS/Mikhail Voskresensky (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BASEBALL/
RTR2KWIB
April 07, 2011
Mary Papienuk (L), Noah Randolph, 6, and Heather Legg (R) play a game of "I Spy" during a rain delay...
New York, UNITED STATES
Mary Papienuk, Noah Randolph, 6, and Heather Legg play a game of "I Spy" during a rain delay before the...
Mary Papienuk (L), Noah Randolph, 6, and Heather Legg (R) play a game of "I Spy" during a rain delay before the start of an American League game between the New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins in MLB baseball action at Yankee Stadium in New York April 6, 2011. The game was postponed due to rain. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)
RUSSIA-VIOLENCE/
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December 15, 2010
A pile of arms seized during searches to prevent outbreaks of ethnic violence lie on the table at a police...
Moscow, Russia
A pile of arms seized during searches to prevent outbreaks of ethnic violence lie on the table at a police...
A pile of arms seized during searches to prevent outbreaks of ethnic violence lie on the table at a police station at a metro station in Moscow, December 15, 2010. Police announced several hundred arrests in Moscow on Wednesday to stem racist clashes between extremist youths and non-Slavic minorities that prompted a major mall to close its doors early and foreign firms to warn employees off the streets. REUTERS/Tatyana Makeyeva (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MOTOR-RACING/SPYING
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March 06, 2008
Honda Racing Formula One Team Principal Ross Brawn speaks during a news conference in Tokyo in this February...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature MOTOR-RACING/SPYING
Honda Racing Formula One Team Principal Ross Brawn speaks during a news conference in Tokyo in this February 21, 2008 file photo. Last year's spying controversy, as well as costing McLaren a record $100-million fine and the constructors' title, taught Formula One a lesson it will never forget. "I think it's a wake-up call for everybody that we have to respect the normal laws and normal ethics of any business," was the verdict of Brawn, the former Ferrari technical director. To match feature MOTOR-RACING/SPYING REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files (JAPAN)
RUSSIA-PRISONER/
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January 16, 2008
Russian oil executive Vasily Alexanian is seen on a video screen during a Supreme Court hearing in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Russian oil executive Vasily Alexanian is seen on a video screen during a Supreme Court hearing in Moscow...
Russian oil executive Vasily Alexanian is seen on a video screen during a Supreme Court hearing in Moscow January 16, 2008. A gravely ill Russian oil executive held in a Russian prison has accused his jailers of trying to blackmail him into testifying against old associates by denying him the medical treatment he needs to stay alive. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Christian Lowe (RUSSIA)
News
News
Litvinenko Suspect Attends Moscow News Conference - 31 May 2007
7 PICTURES
BRITAIN-RUSSIA/LITVINENKO
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May 22, 2007
A man looks at a portrait of ex-spy Andrei Litvinenko by Russian artists Dmitry Vrubel and Viktoria Timofeyeva...
Moscow, Russia
A man looks at a portrait of ex-spy Andrei Litvinenko in a gallery in Moscow
A man looks at a portrait of ex-spy Andrei Litvinenko by Russian artists Dmitry Vrubel and Viktoria Timofeyeva in the Marat Guelman gallery in Moscow May 22, 2007. Moscow cannot extradite former KGB agent Andrei Lugovoy to Britain on charges of murdering fellow ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko because of a constitutional ban, the Russian Prosecutor-General's office said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
BRITAIN-RUSSIA/LITVINENKO CHARGES
RTR1PYHO
May 22, 2007
Director of Public Prosecutions, Ken Macdonald, speaks about his decision in the Alexander Litvinenko...
London, United Kingdom
Director of Public Prosecutions, Ken Macdonald, speaks about his decision in the Alexander Litvinenko...
Director of Public Prosecutions, Ken Macdonald, speaks about his decision in the Alexander Litvinenko case, in London May 22, 2007. Russian Andrei Lugovoy will be charged with the murder of former spy Alexander Litvinenko, the Crown Prosecution Service said on Tuesday. "I have today concluded that the evidence sent to us by the police is sufficient to charge Andrei Lugovoy with the murder of Mr Litvinenko by deliberate poisoning," Macdonald said in a statement. REUTERS/Clara Molden/Pool (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE JAMES
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August 06, 2004
File photo of singer Rick James with his daughter Ty at the world premiere of the film "I Spy" on October...
Hollywood, United States of America
File photo of singer Rick James with his daughter at a premiere in California.
File photo of singer Rick James with his daughter Ty at the world premiere of the film "I Spy" on October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. Funk music pioneer James has been found dead in his Los Angeles home, police said on August 6, 2004. "This morning Hollywood officers responded to a radio call of a natural death," a police spokeswoman said, and found the body of James. James, 56, was best known for his 1981 hit "Super Freak." REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/FILE FSP/GN
VH1 BIG IN 2002 AWARDS
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December 04, 2002
Eddie Griffin displays his award at the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards in Los
Angeles, December 4, 2002. Griffin...
Los Angeles, USA
EDDIE GRIFFIN WIN AT VHI BIG IN 2002 AWARDS.
Eddie Griffin displays his award at the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards in Los
Angeles, December 4, 2002. Griffin won in the category "I Believe I Can
Spy" for his role in "Undercover Brother." The show features the year's
best in music, movies and television. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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JANSSEN
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October 23, 2002
Cast member Famke Janssen arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
Cast member Famke Janssen arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hol.....
Cast member Famke Janssen arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens nationwide on November 1.
MURPHY
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October 23, 2002
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Holl.....
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens nationwide on November 1.
I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMRU
October 23, 2002
Cast member Owen Wilson stands next to a movie poster as he arrives for
the world premiere of the film...
Hollywood, USA
OWEN WILSON ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Owen Wilson stands next to a movie poster as he arrives for
the world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,
California. The picture opens nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert
Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMRN
October 23, 2002
Singer Rick James and his daughter Ty arrive for the world premiere of
the film "I Spy" October 23,...
Hollywood, USA
RICK JAMES AND DAUGHTER TY ARRIVE FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Singer Rick James and his daughter Ty arrive for the world premiere of
the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture
opens nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMRF
October 23, 2002
Cast member Famke Janssen arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, United States of America
FAMKE JANSSEN ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Famke Janssen arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens
nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
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October 23, 2002
Director Betty Thomas arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
DIRECTOR BETTY THOMAS I SPY PREMIERE.
Director Betty Thomas arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens
nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMR2
October 23, 2002
Executive producer Mario Kassar arrives for the world premiere of the
film "I Spy" October 23, 2002...
Hollywood, USA
PRODUCER MARIO KASSAR ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Executive producer Mario Kassar arrives for the world premiere of the
film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture
opens nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMQW
October 23, 2002
Director Betty Thomas arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
DIRECTOR BETTY THOMAS ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Director Betty Thomas arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens
nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMQA
October 23, 2002
Cast member Owen Wilson (L) and producer Andy Vanja arrive for the
world premiere of the film "I Spy"...
Hollywood, USA
OWEN WILSON AND ANDY VANJA ARRIVE FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Owen Wilson (L) and producer Andy Vanja arrive for the
world premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,
California. The picture opens nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert
Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMQ4
October 23, 2002
Cast member Owen Wilson arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
OWEN WILSON ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Owen Wilson arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. Wilson stars with Eddie
Murphy in the picture which opens nationwide on November 1.
REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
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October 23, 2002
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives with his wife Nicole for the world
premiere of the film "I Spy" October...
Hollywood, United States of America
EDDIE MURPHY AND WIFE NICOLE ARRIVE FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives with his wife Nicole for the world
premiere of the film "I Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California.
Murphy stars with Owen Wilson in the picture which opens nationwide on
November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
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October 23, 2002
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, USA
EDDIE MURPHY ARRIVES FOR WORLD PREMIERE OF I SPY.
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. Murphy stars with Owen
Wilson in the picture which opens nationwide on November 1.
REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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I SPY PREMIERE
RTRCMO2
October 23, 2002
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood,...
Hollywood, United States of America
EDDIE MURPHY ARRIVES FOR I SPY PREMIERE.
Cast member Eddie Murphy arrives for the world premiere of the film "I
Spy" October 23, 2002 in Hollywood, California. The picture opens
nationwide on November 1. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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BLAKE
RTXKLWU
June 28, 2001
Soviet secret agent George Blake gestures as he speaks at a presentation of a book of letters written...
Moscow, Russia
Soviet secret agent George Blake gestures as he speaks at a presentation of a book of letters writte.....
Soviet secret agent George Blake gestures as he speaks at a presentation of a book of letters written by other spies from a British prison, in Moscow June 28, 2001. Blake -- a notorious traitor in Britain and legendary hero in Russia -- escaped from a British jail in 1966 while serving a 42 year sentence for passing secrets to Moscow.
RUSSIA
RTXKE6K
March 22, 2001
A visitor looks at a display behind the Soviet-era KGB officer uniform at an exhibition dedicated to...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A visitor looks at a display behind the Soviet-era KGB officer uniform at an exhibition dedicated to.....
A visitor looks at a display behind the Soviet-era KGB officer uniform at an exhibition dedicated to domestic security service and its fight against espionage and terrorism in St.Petersburg, March 22, 2001. Russia and the United States were locked in a deepening row on Thursday after a U.S. official said Washington planned to expel some 50 Russian diplomats in what would be the biggest mass expulsion since the Cold War.
POPE
RTXK39T
October 27, 2000
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Mosco.....
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow, October 27, 2000. Russian authorities have accused Pope, a former naval intelligence officer, of illegally seeking secrets for a new torpedo.
POPE
RTXK3ZI
October 26, 2000
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Mosco.....
U.S. businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow, October 26, 2000. Russia accuses Pope, a former naval intelligence officer, of illegally obtaining secrets about a high-tech torpedo. Pope says he was doing legal research into military technology that is sold openly. He could face 20 years in jail if convicted.
POPE
RTXK3OQ
October 23, 2000
American businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
American businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in M.....
American businessman Edmond Pope looks through steel bars as he sits in a cage during his trial in Moscow, October 23, 2000. Pope told a Moscow courtroom on Monday he was not guilty of spying and that Russian prosecutors had wrongly recorded his testimony, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin
POPE
RTXJZZG
September 19, 2000
Edmund Pope, an American citizen accused of spying, listens to proceedings during a hearing in Moscow's...
Moscow, Russia
Edmund Pope, an American citizen accused of spying, listens to proceedings during a hearing in Mosco.....
Edmund Pope, an American citizen accused of spying, listens to proceedings during a hearing in Moscow's city court September 19, 2000. [The court ruled on Thursday that Pope must remain in detention despite suffering from a rare from of bone cancer. ]
NIKITIN
RTXJW6N
August 02, 2000
Former Russian Navy Captain and environmental activist Alexander Nikitin listens to journalists' questions...
Moscow, Russia
Former Russian Navy Captain and environmental activist Alexander Nikitin listens to journalists' que.....
Former Russian Navy Captain and environmental activist Alexander Nikitin listens to journalists' questions during a news conference in Moscow August 2. The Russian Supreme Court on Tuesday postponed consideration of the appeal by the Prosecutor General's office against the aquittal of Nikitin on espionage charges.
IRAN JEW
RTR3OZ1
May 02, 2000
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen speaks during a taped interview broadcast by Iranian state television...
Shiraz, Iran
ESPIONAGE SUSPECT TEFILEEN SPEAKS DURING INTERVIEW BY STATE TELEVISION.
Espionage suspect Hamid "Danny" Tefileen speaks during a taped interview broadcast by Iranian state television May 1. In response to questions by an unidentified interviewer, Tefileen, 31, said " My charge is spying for the Israeli government...I accept this accusation. In connection with my political...economic and social activites, I spied for Israel.

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KOREA AMNESTY
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February 25, 1999
A South Korean school boy shows a sign reading "I want meet Woo Yong-kak" outside the Taejon prison February...
Taejon, Korea
A BOY HOLDS UP A BANNER AT THE RELEASE OF SOUTH KOREAN PRISONERS.
A South Korean school boy shows a sign reading "I want meet Woo Yong-kak" outside the Taejon prison February 25. Former North Korean spy Woo Yong-gak, who is considered to be the world's longest-serving political prisoner has released with 17 long term prisoners under an amnesty to mark President Kim Dae-jung's first year in office. A total of 8,812 prisoners will be released February 25.

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NIKITIN
RTXIQL2
February 03, 1999
Former naval captain Alexander Nikitin (C) shows a report, where he claims that the navy dumped nuclear...
Moscow, Russia
Former naval captain Alexander Nikitin (C) shows a report, where he claims that the navy dumped nucl.....
Former naval captain Alexander Nikitin (C) shows a report, where he claims that the navy dumped nuclear waste in Russia's far north, as his lawyers Henry Reznik (R) and Yuri Schmidt look on at a news conference February 3. Lawyers and human rights groups appealed to the Supreme Court on Wednesday to throw out a case accusing Nikitin of spying, saying there was no evidence to back up the charges.
NIKITIN
RTXHWXL
October 30, 1998
Former Russian naval officer accused of spying Alexander Nikitin laughs during a news conference October...
St Petersburg, Russia
Former Russian naval officer accused of spying Alexander Nikitin laughs during a news conference Oct.....
Former Russian naval officer accused of spying Alexander Nikitin laughs during a news conference October 30. Court hearings of Nikitin's case which began on October 20, were suspended on Thursday and the case sent back for further investigation.
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