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JAPAN-LONELYDEATHS/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4VOT4
April 01, 2015
A special cleaning worker and flat landlord Yoshie Fukuhara (R), 77, check belongings for documents to...
Tokyo, Japan
Wider Image: A Lonely Death
A special cleaning worker and flat landlord Yoshie Fukuhara (R), 77, check belongings for documents to protect the owner's family from identity theft and to find pictures that family members may value at a flat in Tokyo March 21, 2015 where a body of an 85 year-old man was left for over a month. Specialist clean-up crews are on hand to cleanse "lonely death" apartments once their passing is spotted, including placing incense and flowers. In March, the body of a man in his 80s was found on the floor of his apartment in Tokyo. He had been dead for a month. The family didn't visit and the only reason for the body's discovery was the slight smell that troubled the downstairs neighbour. In a country where around 5 million elderly people live alone, the number of decaying bodies found in empty homes is expected to soar. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

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JAPAN-LONELYDEATHS/WIDERIMAGE
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April 01, 2015
Hirotsugu Masuda, a worker for special cleaning, checks belongings for documents to protect the owners...
Tokyo, Japan
Wider Image: A Lonely Death
Hirotsugu Masuda, a worker for special cleaning, checks belongings for documents to protect the owners family from identity theft and to find pictures that family members may value during special cleaning at a flat in Tokyo March 20, 2015 where a body of an 85 year-old man was left for over a month. Specialist clean-up crews are on hand to cleanse "lonely death" apartments once their passing is spotted, including placing incense and flowers. In March, the body of a man in his 80s was found on the floor of his apartment in Tokyo. He had been dead for a month. The family didn't visit and the only reason for the body's discovery was the slight smell that troubled the downstairs neighbour. In a country where around 5 million elderly people live alone, the number of decaying bodies found in empty homes is expected to soar. REUTERS/Toru Hanai

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MALAYSIA-PLANE/POLICE
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March 11, 2014
Malaysia's police chief, Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar (C), addresses a news conference on the two...
Sepang, Malaysia
Malaysia's police chief, Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar, addresses a news conference on the two passengers...
Malaysia's police chief, Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar (C), addresses a news conference on the two passengers who had travelled onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane on stolen passports in Kuala Lumpur International Airport March 11, 2014. Malaysia's police chief said on Tuesday that one of the two men holding false passports who boarded the Malaysian airliner that vanished last week was an Iranian national. The identity of the other man was being investigated, Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar told a news conference.REUTERS/Edgar Su (MALAYSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
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Hacker Steals Data of 2 Million Vodafone Clients in Germany - 12 Sep 2013
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ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MYF
July 05, 2012
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine...
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50-year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1983 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of the have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later.The posters read, "Give back the children". REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MYE
July 05, 2012
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of...
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MYD
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MXN
July 05, 2012
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial...
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MXC
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MX9
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MX2
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (L) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (L) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MWO
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MWL
July 05, 2012
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTR2TI31
November 01, 2011
Christopher Chaney (L) arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Christopher Chaney (L) arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building...
Christopher Chaney (L) arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles November 1, 2011. Chaney is accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities and faces charges of identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR2TI2Z
November 01, 2011
Christopher Chaney (2nd R) arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles
Christopher Chaney (2nd R) arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles November 1, 2011. Chaney is accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities and faces charges of identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR2TI2V
November 01, 2011
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles November 1, 2011. Chaney is accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities and faces charges of identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR2TI2S
November 01, 2011
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles November 1, 2011. Chaney is accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities and faces charges of identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTR2TI2F
November 01, 2011
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in...
Christopher Chaney arrives for a post-indictment arraignment at Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles November 1, 2011. Chaney is accused of hacking into the e-mail accounts of Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities and faces charges of identity theft, unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKYP
October 12, 2011
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) answers questions...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Martinez answers questions about the arrest...
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) answers questions about the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "Operation Hackerazzi", for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, as U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. (L) stands with him at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKYE
October 12, 2011
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. talks to a member of the media...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Birotte Jr. talks to a member of the media after...
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. talks to a member of the media after announcing the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "Operation Hackerazzi" for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKYB
October 12, 2011
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. (L) answers questions about the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Birotte Jr. answers questions about the arrest of...
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. (L) answers questions about the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "Operation Hackerazzi", for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, as Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) stands with him at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKY7
October 12, 2011
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (C) talks about the arrest...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Martinez talks about the arrest of Christopher...
Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (C) talks about the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "Operation Hackerazzi", for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, as U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. (R) stands with him at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKY4
October 12, 2011
Media gather as Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (at podium)...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Media gather as Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Martinez and U.S. Attorney...
Media gather as Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (at podium) and U.S. Attorney Andre Birotte Jr. talk about the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "operation Hackerazzi", for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKY1
October 12, 2011
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. talks about the arrest of Christopher...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Birotte Jr. talks about the arrest of Christopher...
U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California Andre Birotte Jr. talks about the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in "Operation "Hackerazzi" for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, as assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) stands with him at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. Federal officials on Wednesday arrested a Florida man and charged him with 26 counts of cyber-related crimes against Hollywood celebrities following an 11-month federal probe. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKXE
October 12, 2011
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Cameron Malin (L) speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack as U.S. Attorney...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Malin speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack during an announcement of...
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Cameron Malin (L) speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack as U.S. Attorney Andre Birotte Jr.(C) and Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) hold a descriptive chart during an announcement of the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in operation "Hackerazzi" for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PEOPLE-CELEBRITIES/HACKERS
RTR2SKX8
October 12, 2011
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Cameron Malin (L) speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack as U.S. Attorney...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Malin speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack during an announcement of...
FBI Cyber Supervisor Agent Cameron Malin (L) speaks about the anatomy of a computer hack as U.S. Attorney Andre Birotte Jr.(C) and Assistant Director in Charge of FBI's Los Angeles Field Office Steven Martinez (R) hold a descriptive chart during an announcement of the arrest of Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, in operation "Hackerazzi" for targeting celebrities with computer intrusion, wiretapping and identity theft, at the Federal Building in Los Angeles October 12, 2011. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU311
November 01, 2010
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement...
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. The placard reads "Welcome back our colleague Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi." REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30V
November 01, 2010
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of...
Sanaa, Yemen
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of...
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. The placard reads "Students are not victims of false charges and arrests." REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30Q
November 01, 2010
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30F
November 01, 2010
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally in Yemen
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2YN
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi talks on phone as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, talks on a phone as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2YA
November 01, 2010
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University...
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2Y5
November 01, 2010
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University...
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XE
November 01, 2010
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student,...
Sanaa, Yemen
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student...
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student, November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XC
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, looks at her father as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XA
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X8
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X6
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X4
November 01, 2010
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X3
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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RTXU2W7
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2W1
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2VW
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (C), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (C), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2VR
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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RTXG3M7
May 13, 2009
A baby is held by her mother during a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S. following...
SAN JOSE CALDERAS, Guatemala
A baby is held by her mother during a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S., in San Jose...
A baby is held by her mother during a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S. following a 2008 immigration raid on a Postville, Iowa meat-processing plant, in San Jose Calderas, a small hamlet in Central Guatemala, May 12, 2009. One year ago, 236 Guatemalans, most of them from San Jose Calderas, were arrested, charged with identity theft and deported in one of the largest immigration raids ever in Postville. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SOCIETY)
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RTXG3F6
May 13, 2009
People attend a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S. following an immigration raid on...
SAN JOSE CALDERAS, Guatemala
People attend a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S., in San Jose Calderas
People attend a meeting for villagers who were deported from the U.S. following an immigration raid on a Postville, Iowa meat-processing plant, in San Jose Calderas, a small hamlet in Central Guatemala, May 12, 2009. One year ago, 236 Guatemalans, most of them from San Jose Calderas, were arrested, charged with identity theft and deported in one of the largest immigration raids ever in Postville. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SOCIETY)
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RTXG3E9
May 13, 2009
Guatemalans deported from the U.S. after a 2008 immigration raid on a Postville, Iowa meat-processing...
SAN JOSE CALDERAS, Guatemala
Guatemalans deported from the U.S. look at news clippings on a raid, in San Jose Calderas
Guatemalans deported from the U.S. after a 2008 immigration raid on a Postville, Iowa meat-processing plant look at news clippings on the raid, in San Jose Calderas, a small hamlet in Central Guatemala, May 12, 2009. One year ago, 236 Guatemalans, most of them from San Jose Calderas, were arrested, charged with identity theft and deported in one of the largest immigration raids ever in Postville. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA SOCIETY)
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RTR20NOF
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff leaves after a news conference in San Jose, California,...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff leaves after a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff leaves after a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
TJX/THEFT CHARGES
RTR20NOE
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff attends a news conference in San Jose, California, August...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff attends a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff attends a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
TJX/THEFT CHARGES
RTR20NOD
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California,...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc <TJX.N>, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
TJX/THEFT CHARGES
RTR20NOC
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California,...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc <TJX.N>, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
TJX/THEFT CHARGES
RTR20NOA
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California,...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc <TJX.N>, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
TJX/THEFT CHARGES
RTR20NO9
August 05, 2008
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California,...
San Jose, UNITED STATES
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose
Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff speaks at a news conference in San Jose, California, August 5, 2008. U.S. authorities charged 11 people from five countries with stealing tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers from major retailers, including TJX Cos Inc <TJX.N>, in one of the largest identity-theft schemes on record. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1OYL3
April 23, 2007
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales speaks at a news conference about identity theft in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Alberto Gonzales speaks at a news conference in Washington
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales speaks at a news conference about identity theft in Washington April 23, 2007. President George W. Bush on Monday rejected calls for the resignation of Gonzales, saying Gonzales' Capitol Hill testimony last week "increased my confidence" in him. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
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RTR1OYKS
April 23, 2007
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales listens to a news conference on identity theft in Washington April...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Alberto Gonzales listens to remarks at a news conference in Washington
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales listens to a news conference on identity theft in Washington April 23, 2007. President George W. Bush on Monday rejected calls for the resignation of Gonzales, saying Gonzales' Capitol Hill testimony last week "increased my confidence" in him. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
IMMIGRATION-SWIFT/USA
RTR1KKBE
December 19, 2006
An unidentified Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of the Greeley Lamb Plant by Immigration and Custom...
Greeley, UNITED STATES
A Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of a meat plant by Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents...
An unidentified Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of the Greeley Lamb Plant by Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents in Greeley, Colorado December 12, 2006. ICE agents raided Swift & Co. meat plants in six states on Tuesday, temporarily shutting them down, as part of a 10-month investigation into identity theft involving illegal immigrants, federal officials said. REUTERS/Bret Hartman
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RTR1KKBD
December 19, 2006
An unidentified Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of the Greeley Lamb Plant by Immigration and Custom...
Greeley, UNITED STATES
A Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of a meat plant by Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents...
An unidentified Swift & Co. employee is escorted out of the Greeley Lamb Plant by Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents in Greeley, Colorado December 12, 2006. ICE agents raided Swift & Co. meat plants in six states on Tuesday, temporarily shutting them down, as part of a 10-month investigation into identity theft involving illegal immigrants, federal officials said. REUTERS/Bret Hartman
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RTR1ITFG
October 29, 2006
U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the media during a news conference to discuss identity...
New York, UNITED STATES
US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to media during news conference to discuss identity theft in...
U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the media during a news conference to discuss identity theft in New York October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1ITFF
October 29, 2006
U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the media during a news conference to discuss identity...
New York, UNITED STATES
US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to media during news conference to discuss identity theft in...
U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to the media during a news conference to discuss identity theft in New York October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
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