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BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJR0
February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer is seen near judge Gilmar Mendes before a ceremony on a new National...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer is seen near judge Gilmar Mendes before a ceremony on a new National...
Brazil's President Michel Temer is seen near judge Gilmar Mendes before a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJPO
February 05, 2018
Hands of Brazil's President Michel Temer are seen during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Hands of Brazil's President Michel Temer are seen during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia...
Hands of Brazil's President Michel Temer are seen during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJPJ
February 05, 2018
Judge Gilmar Mendes gestures near Brazil's Prosecutor General Raquel Dodge during a ceremony on a new...
Brasilia, Brazil
Judge Gilmar Mendes gestures near Brazil's Prosecutor General Raquel Dodge during a ceremony on a new...
Judge Gilmar Mendes gestures near Brazil's Prosecutor General Raquel Dodge during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJMH
February 05, 2018
Former Brazilian president Jose Sarney speaks with Brazil's President Michel Temer during a ceremony...
Brasilia, Brazil
Former Brazilian president Jose Sarney speaks with Brazil's President Michel Temer during a ceremony...
Former Brazilian president Jose Sarney speaks with Brazil's President Michel Temer during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
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February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles near former Brazilian president Jose Sarney during a ceremony...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles near former Brazilian president Jose Sarney during a ceremony...
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles near former Brazilian president Jose Sarney during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJII
February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJFL
February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia
Brazil's President Michel Temer reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJE0
February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer gestures during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer gestures during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia
Brazil's President Michel Temer gestures during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJDK
February 05, 2018
Brazil's Planning Minister Dyogo de Oliveira reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's Planning Minister Dyogo de Oliveira reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia...
Brazil's Planning Minister Dyogo de Oliveira reacts during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-POLITICS/IDCARD
RTX4QJ4R
February 05, 2018
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia
Brazil's President Michel Temer smiles during a ceremony on a new National ID Card in Brasilia, Brazil, February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
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November 17, 2008
BRITAIN-IDCARD/ - Illustration with pointers to main features of Britain's new biometric identity card...
BRITAIN-IDCARD/ T
BRITAIN-IDCARD/ - Illustration with pointers to main features of Britain's new biometric identity card to be issued from this month. With charts detailing facts and figures about the card. RNGS. (SIN05)
BRITAIN-IDCARD/
RTX8WOL
September 25, 2008
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London...
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London September 25, 2008. Britain unveiled its new biometric identity card on Thursday which the government says will be vital in fighting illegal immigration and terrorism, while critics call it an expensive attack on civil liberties. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-IDCARD/
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September 25, 2008
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London...
Britain's Home Secretary Jacqui Smith holds a sample British identity card at a news conference in London September 25, 2008. Britain unveiled its new biometric identity card on Thursday which the government says will be vital in fighting illegal immigration and terrorism, while critics call it an expensive attack on civil liberties. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFNCQ
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists during his monthly news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair answers questions during his monthly news conference in London.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists during his monthly news conference in Downing Street in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/ASA
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFNB6
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in London. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFN75
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists during his monthly news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair answers questions during his monthly news conference in London.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions from journalists during his monthly news conference in Downing Street in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/ASA
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFN0C
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in London.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/KY
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFN05
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in London.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/KY
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFMZY
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in London.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce RUS/KY
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFMZL
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in London. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SECURITY BRITAIN IDCARDS
RTRFMZ8
June 27, 2005
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
London, UK
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference...
Britain's Prime Minister Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in London. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair looks at a sample biometric passport during his monthly news conference in Downing Street, in London, June 27, 2005. The cost of Britain's plan to issue citizens with an identity card could soar to 19 billion pounds ($35 billion), triple official estimates, according to a wide-ranging academic study on Monday. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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