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USA-ELECTION/DEMOCRATS
RTSJFX6
July 24, 2016
Television host Stephen Colbert tries to get past Secret Service agents to get on the stage before the...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Colbert tries to get past Secret Service agents to get on the stage before the Democratic National Convention...
Television host Stephen Colbert tries to get past Secret Service agents to get on the stage before the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania July 24, 2016. REUTERS/Scott Audette
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2GGX5
June 15, 2016
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials collect evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
FBI officials collect evidence from Pulse gay night club parking lot some days after mass shooting in...
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials collect evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club, the site of a mass shooting days earlier, in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2GGX4
June 15, 2016
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials walk through the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club,...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
FBI officials walk through Pulse gay night club parking lot in Orlando
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials walk through the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club, the site of a mass shooting days earlier, in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2GGX3
June 15, 2016
A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) official collects evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
A FBI official collects evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club in Orlando
A Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) official collects evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club, the site of a mass shooting days earlier, in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2GGWJ
June 15, 2016
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials collect evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
FBI officials collect evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club following a mass shooting...
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials collect evidence from the parking lot of the Pulse gay night club, the site of a mass shooting days earlier, in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 15, 2016. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
USA-OBAMA/AUTOSHOW
RTX23AKL
January 20, 2016
Members of the audience continue to cheer as U.S. President Barack Obama (arm on R) departs following...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Members of the audience continue to cheer as Obama departs following remarks on the U.S. auto industry...
Members of the audience continue to cheer as U.S. President Barack Obama (arm on R) departs following remarks on the U.S. auto industry at the United Auto Workers-General Motors (UAW-GM) Center for Human Resources in Detroit, Michigan January 20, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/
RTX1X3EP
December 03, 2015
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack...
San Bernardino, UNITED STATES
FBI investigators sort through the contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays...
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial photo that also shows the broken rear door of the suspects apartment (TOP L) in Redlands, California December 3, 2015. Authorities on Thursday were working to determine why a man and a woman opened fire at a holiday party of his co-workers in Southern California, killing 14 people and wounding 17 in an attack that appeared to have been planned. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/
RTX1X3EI
December 03, 2015
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack...
San Bernardino, UNITED STATES
FBI investigators sort through the contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays...
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial photo in Redlands, California December 3, 2015. Authorities on Thursday were working to determine why a man and a woman opened fire at a holiday party of his co-workers in Southern California, killing 14 people and wounding 17 in an attack that appeared to have been planned. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/
RTX1X3EG
December 03, 2015
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack...
San Bernardino, UNITED STATES
FBI investigators sort through the contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays...
FBI investigators sort through contents of the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial photo in Redlands, California December 3, 2015. Authorities on Thursday were working to determine why a man and a woman opened fire at a holiday party of his co-workers in Southern California, killing 14 people and wounding 17 in an attack that appeared to have been planned. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
CALIFORNIA-SHOOTING/
RTX1X3EF
December 03, 2015
FBI investigators sort through the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial...
San Bernardino, UNITED STATES
FBI investigators sort through the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial...
FBI investigators sort through the garage of the suspects involved in the Wednesdays attack in the aerial photo in Redlands, California December 3, 2015. Authorities on Thursday were working to determine why a man and a woman opened fire at a holiday party of his co-workers in Southern California, killing 14 people and wounding 17 in an attack that appeared to have been planned. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LLFE
July 24, 2015
FBI officials enter a building near the movie theatre where a man opened fire on film goers in Lafayette,...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
FBI officials enter a building near the movie theatre where a man opened fire on film goers in Lafayette...
FBI officials enter a building near the movie theatre where a man opened fire on film goers in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, 2015. A 58-year-old gunman opened fire inside a crowded movie theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana, on Thursday evening, killing two people and injuring seven others before taking his own life, police said. REUTERS/Lee Celano
CYBERSECURITY-HACKING/
RTR41HX3
August 06, 2014
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker...
Utkarsh Sanghi, a security engineer at Google, works in a hallway during the Black Hat USA 2014 hacker conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR3JCO6
March 31, 2014
Visitors walk on the car park place numbered '007' in the north part of the compound of the German Federal...
Berlin, Germany
Visitors walk on the car park place numbered '007' at German Federal Intelligence Agency in Berlin
Visitors walk on the car park place numbered '007' in the north part of the compound of the German Federal Intelligence Agency (BND) after the opening ceremony of the BND headquarters in Berlin March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Soeren Stache/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFR
February 06, 2014
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January...
Hamburg, Germany
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFQ
February 06, 2014
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January...
Hamburg, Germany
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg
Protonet servers stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFK
February 06, 2014
Parts of the cooling system of a Protonet server stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German...
Hamburg, Germany
Parts of the cooling system of a Protonet server stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German...
Parts of the cooling system of a Protonet server stand on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFJ
February 06, 2014
The motherboard of a Protonet server stands on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet...
Hamburg, Germany
The motherboard of a Protonet server stands on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet...
The motherboard of a Protonet server stands on a work bench at the headquarters of German company Protonet in Hamburg January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFF
February 06, 2014
Data links are seen on the backside of a Protonet server on a work bench at the headquarter of German...
Hamburg, Germany
Data links are seen on the backside of a Protonet server on a work bench at the headquarter of German...
Data links are seen on the backside of a Protonet server on a work bench at the headquarter of German company Protonet in Hamburg January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AFA
February 06, 2014
Co-founder of German company Protonet, Ali Jelveh, poses with a server at their headquarters in Hamburg...
Hamburg, Germany
Co-founder of German company Protonet Jelveh poses with a server at their headquarters in Hamburg
Co-founder of German company Protonet, Ali Jelveh, poses with a server at their headquarters in Hamburg on January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/
RTX18AEY
February 06, 2014
Employees sit at their desks behind Orange Protonet servers at the headquarter of German company Protonet...
Hamburg, Germany
Employees sit at their desks behind Orange Protonet servers at the headquarter of German company Protonet...
Employees sit at their desks behind Orange Protonet servers at the headquarter of German company Protonet in Hamburg, January 30, 2014. Protonet and many other start-ups in the country offer data security "made in Germany" after former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden alleged the NSA is engaged in industrial espionage and put software in almost 100,000 computers around the world. Picture taken January 30. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-STARTUPS-NSA/ REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
OBAMA/
RTXY222
March 29, 2013
A Secret Service agent stands guard as U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) receives a tour of the PortMiami...
Miami, UNITED STATES
A Secret Service agent stands guard as Obama gets a tour of the PortMiami tunnel project in Miami, Florida...
A Secret Service agent stands guard as U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) receives a tour of the PortMiami tunnel project in Miami, Florida, March 29, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
RENAULT/PROSECUTOR
RTR2JVSJ
March 14, 2011
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris, France
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case at Renault in Paris March 14, 2011. The Paris prosecutor is leaning towards the theory that Renault was the victim of a fraud that prompted it to fire three executives in a probe into suspected industrial espionage, he said on Monday. Investigations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein showed that the executives did not have foreign bank accounts and have enabled the prosecutor to dismiss the theory of espionage, Marin told a news conference. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
RENAULT/PROSECUTOR
RTR2JVSH
March 14, 2011
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris, France
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case at Renault in Paris March 14, 2011. The Paris prosecutor is leaning towards the theory that Renault was the victim of a fraud that prompted it to fire three executives in a probe into suspected industrial espionage, he said on Monday. Investigations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein showed that the executives did not have foreign bank accounts and have enabled the prosecutor to dismiss the theory of espionage, Marin told a news conference. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
RENAULT/PROSECUTOR
RTR2JVSF
March 14, 2011
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris, France
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case at Renault in Paris March 14, 2011. The Paris prosecutor is leaning towards the theory that Renault was the victim of a fraud that prompted it to fire three executives in a probe into suspected industrial espionage, he said on Monday. Investigations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein showed that the executives did not have foreign bank accounts and have enabled the prosecutor to dismiss the theory of espionage, Marin told a news conference. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
RENAULT/PROSECUTOR
RTR2JVSC
March 14, 2011
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris, France
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case at Renault in Paris March 14, 2011. The Paris prosecutor is leaning towards the theory that Renault was the victim of a fraud that prompted it to fire three executives in a probe into suspected industrial espionage, he said on Monday. Investigations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein showed that the executives did not have foreign bank accounts and have enabled the prosecutor to dismiss the theory of espionage, Marin told a news conference. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
RENAULT/PROSECUTOR
RTR2JVSB
March 14, 2011
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris, France
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case...
Paris prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin speaks during a news conference about the industrial espionage case at Renault in Paris March 14, 2011. The Paris prosecutor is leaning towards the theory that Renault was the victim of a fraud that prompted it to fire three executives in a probe into suspected industrial espionage, he said on Monday. Investigations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein showed that the executives did not have foreign bank accounts and have enabled the prosecutor to dismiss the theory of espionage, Marin told a news conference. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
OBAMA/
RTR2F6A5
June 14, 2010
U.S. Secret Service personnel provide security for President Barack Obama as he tours Theodore Staging...
THEODORE, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secret Service personnel provide security for President Obama as he tours Theodore Staging Facility...
U.S. Secret Service personnel provide security for President Barack Obama as he tours Theodore Staging Facility to learn about recent developments on the deep water oil spill, in Theodore, Alabama June 14, 2010. BP has come to Theodore Industrial Port to operate a staging area that will aid in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill cleanup operations. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
RTXRMT3
December 09, 2009
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS - Illustration and factbox on the French Helios 2B spy satellite which is set for...
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS - Illustration and factbox on the French Helios 2B spy satellite which is set for launch on Wednesday. RNGS. (SIN02)
RTXRMT1
December 09, 2009
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS - Illustration and factbox on the French Helios 2B spy satellite which is set for...
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS C
SPACE-ARIANE/HELIOS - Illustration and factbox on the French Helios 2B spy satellite which is set for launch on Wednesday. RNGS. (SIN02)
OBAMA/
RTXQ2AR
October 27, 2009
Secret Service agents provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama during a visit to DeSoto Next...
Arcadia, UNITED STATES
Secret Service agents provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama during a visit to DeSoto Next...
Secret Service agents provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama during a visit to DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Arcadia, Florida, October 27, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS ENERGY)
BELARUS-USA/
RTR25776
June 30, 2009
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko (L) welcomes a group of U.S. congressmen in Minsk June 30,...
Minsk, Belarus
Belarussian President Lukashenko welcomes a group of U.S. congressmen in Minsk
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko (L) welcomes a group of U.S. congressmen in Minsk June 30, 2009. Lukashenko on Tuesday pardoned U.S. lawyer Emmanuel Zeltser jailed on charges of industrial espionage and hoped the move would help improve Belarus's strained relations with Washington. REUTERS/Nikolai Petrov/Belta/Pool (BELARUS POLITICS)
BELARUS-USA/PRISONER
RTR2573U
June 30, 2009
Senator Benjamin Cardin, a Democrat from Maryland, speaks during a news conference in Minsk June 30,...
Minsk, Belgium
Senator Cardin speaks during a news conference in Minsk
Senator Benjamin Cardin, a Democrat from Maryland, speaks during a news conference in Minsk June 30, 2009. Cardin said on Tuesday the ex-Soviet republic could be about to free Emmanuel Zeltser, a U.S. lawyer convicted of industrial espionage, a key element in restoring ties between Washington and Minsk. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OBAMA/
RTXOP1V
May 27, 2009
U.S. Secret Service agents walk among the thousands of solar panels generating electricity used at Nellis...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secret Service agents walk among the thousands of solar panels generating electricity used at Nellis...
U.S. Secret Service agents walk among the thousands of solar panels generating electricity used at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada May 27, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama toured the solar arrays as he marked the 100th day of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act by highlighting the development and use of geothermal and solar energy. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT POLITICS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E63C1QV801
BELARUS-USA/ZELTSER
RTR20HID
July 30, 2008
Dmitry Goryachko, lawyer of Emmanuel Zeltser, a New York-based specialist in Russian law, speaks in front...
Minsk, Belarus
Dmitry Goryachko speaks in front of a court building in Minsk
Dmitry Goryachko, lawyer of Emmanuel Zeltser, a New York-based specialist in Russian law, speaks in front of a court building in Minsk July 30, 2008. U.S. lawyer Zeltser went on trial behind closed doors in Belarus on Wednesday charged with carrying forged documents, drug offences and industrial espionage -- offences that could carry up to seven years in prison. REUTERS/Yulia Darashkevich (BELARUS)
TNKBP-ESPIONAGE/
RTR1YK0O
March 20, 2008
People leave the main office of TNK-BP Russian joint venture in central Moscow, March 20, 2008. Russian...
Moscow, Russia
People leave the main office of TNK-BP Russian joint venture in central Moscow
People leave the main office of TNK-BP Russian joint venture in central Moscow, March 20, 2008. Russian security services have detained an employee of BP's Russian joint venture and a second person with links to the British government's cultural arm on charges of industrial espionage, Russian news agencies reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
TNKBP-ESPIONAGE/
RTR1YJWY
March 20, 2008
General view of Russia's Federal Security Service headquarters in central Moscow, March 20, 2008. Russian...
Moscow, Russia
General view of Russia's Federal Security Service headquarters in central Moscow
General view of Russia's Federal Security Service headquarters in central Moscow, March 20, 2008. Russian security services have detained an employee of BP's Russian joint venture and a second person with links to the British government's cultural arm on charges of industrial espionage, Russian news agencies reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA)
PN
RTRH2PC
July 10, 2005
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli Ambassador...
London
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli ......
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli Ambassador to UK Heifetz look on in London. Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) speaks, as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Sir Ronald Cohen (L) and Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom Zvi Heifetz (R) look on, at the ambassador's residence in London, July 10, 2005. Israel and the buyers of a controlling share of Bezeq Israel Telecom said on Sunday they reached a settlement regarding an industrial espionage scandal, paving the way for a deal by month's end. REUTERS/Vicki Alhadeff/Handout
PN
RTRH2P6
July 10, 2005
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli Ambassador...
London
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli ......
Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu speaks as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen and Israeli Ambassador to UK Heifetz look on in London. Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) speaks, as Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Sir Ronald Cohen (L) and Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom Zvi Heifetz (R) look on, at the ambassador's residence in London, July 10, 2005. Israel and the buyers of a controlling share of Bezeq Israel Telecom said on Sunday they reached a settlement regarding an industrial espionage scandal, paving the way for a deal by month's end. REUTERS/Vicki Alhadeff/Handout
PN
RTRH2OV
July 10, 2005
Israeli Ambassador to UK Heifetz, Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu, and Executive Chairman of Apax...
London
Israeli Ambassador to UK Heifetz, Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu, and Executive Chairman of Apax...
Israeli Ambassador to UK Heifetz, Israeli Finance Minister Netanyahu, and Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Cohen, pose at the ambassador's residence in London. Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom Zvi Heifetz (L), Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C), and Executive Chairman of Apax Partners Sir Ronald Cohen, pose at the ambassador's residence in London, July 10, 2005. Israel and the buyers of a controlling share of Bezeq Israel Telecom said on Sunday they reached a settlement regarding an industrial espionage scandal, paving the way for a deal by month's end. REUTERS/Vicki Alhadeff/Handout
NPB
RTXMZCV
October 19, 2004
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from...
Resende, Brazil
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from.....
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. [Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched.]
NPB
RTXMZCU
October 19, 2004
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles)...
Resende, Brazil
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 m.....
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. [Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched. ]
NUCLEAR BRAZIL
RTRDPQ7
October 19, 2004
A general view of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km ( 138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October...
Resende, Brazil
A general view of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende.
A general view of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km ( 138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD
NUCLEAR BRAZIL
RTRDPPH
October 19, 2004
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from...
Resende, Brazil
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende.
A news photographer takes pictures of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD
NUCLEAR BRAZIL
RTRDPOK
October 19, 2004
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles)...
Resende, Brazil
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende.
A man walks past the front the main entrance of the Nuclear plant of Brazil in Resende 220 km (138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD
NUCLEAR BRAZIL
RTRDPNF
October 19, 2004
Storage barrels are seen outside the Brazilian nuclear plant in Resende, 220 km (138 miles) from Rio...
Resende, Brazil
Storage tanks are seen at nuclear plant in Brazil.
Storage barrels are seen outside the Brazilian nuclear plant in Resende, 220 km (138 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 19, 2004. Brazilian officials are optimistic they and U.N. nuclear experts who arrived on October 18 would break a deadlock over inspections to verify Brazil is not diverting enriched uranium for weapons. Latin America's biggest country insists it needs to protect its intellectual and technological property from possible industrial espionage and would not allow future inspections to see the centrifuges where uranium is enriched. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos BD/HB
LOPEZ DE ARRIORTUA
RTXHI1J
May 21, 1997
Spanish businessman Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua smiles during a news conference to introduce his...
Spanish businessman Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua smiles during a news conference to introduce his.....
Spanish businessman Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua smiles during a news conference to introduce his autobiography entitled "Tu puedes. Memorias de un trabajador" (You can. Memories of a worker) on May 21. The former automaker corporations executive, who had been involved in industrial espionage controversies, said that anybody could achieve professional success by simply believing in his/her own capacity.
RTR3VJN
May 21, 1997
Spanish businessman Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua smiles during a news conference to introduce his...
Spain
SPANISH BUSINESSMAN LOPEZ DE ARRIORTUA SMILES IN MADRID
Spanish businessman Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua smiles during a news conference to introduce his autobiography entitled "Tu puedes. Memorias de un trabajador" (You can. Memories of a worker) on May 21. The former automaker corporations executive, who had been involved in industrial espionage controversies, said that anybody could achieve professional success by simply believing in his/her own capacity.

SPAIN
RTR13K1
January 10, 1997
FILE PHOTO MAR92 - Jose Ignacio Lopez (L), production chief of Germany's car maker Volkswagen AG (VW)...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF JOSE IGNACIO LOPEZ AND FERDINAND PIECH
FILE PHOTO MAR92 - Jose Ignacio Lopez (L), production chief of Germany's car maker Volkswagen AG (VW) stands together with Ferdinand Piech, chairman of the board of Volkswagen AG are shown in file photo prior to a news conference. Volkswagen AG and General Motors Corp., ending one of the bitterest battles in corporate history, reached an out-of-court settlement January 9 of alleged industrial espionage by GM executives who moved to VW.

AUTOS VOLKSWAGEN
RTR13HM
January 10, 1997
Adam Opel management board chairman David Herman (R) welcomes a settlement with Volkswagen in the Jose...
Germany
OPEL CHAIRMAN HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN RUESSELSHEIM
Adam Opel management board chairman David Herman (R) welcomes a settlement with Volkswagen in the Jose Lopez case of alleged industrial espionage during a news conference in Ruesselsheim, January 10, while Adam Opel AG spokesman Horst P. Borghs (L) looks on. Herman said it was never Opel's intention to seek damages from VW that would endanger the German company and its workers' jobs.

GERMANY FINANCE
VOLKSWAGEN
RTXGCZ8
November 29, 1996
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (L) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen...
Wolfsburg, Germany
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (L) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen.....
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (L) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen (R) stand in front of a sign of the German carmaker Volkswagen after a press conference in Wolfsburg, November 29. The supervisory board had accepted the immediate resignation of Volkswagen executive, production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua. Lopez is suspected by the German investigation of industrial espionage in favour of Volkswagen after he left GM for VW in August 1993.
VOLKSWAGEN
RTXGCZ7
November 29, 1996
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) looks down as he passes behind supervisory board...
Wolfsburg, Germany
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) looks down as he passes behind supervisory .....
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) looks down as he passes behind supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen (L) prior to a press conference in Wolfsburg, November 29. The supervisory board had accepted the immediate resignation of Volkswagen executive, production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua. Lopez is suspected by the German investigation of industrial espionage in favour of Volkswagen after he left GM for VW in August 1993.
VOLKSWAGEN
RTXGCZ6
November 29, 1996
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen...
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen.....
Volkswagen management board chairman Ferdinand Piech (R) and supervisory board chairman Klaus Liesen (L) attend a press conference at the carmaker's company headquarters in Wolfsburg, November 29. The supervisory board had accepted the immediate resignation of Volkswagen executive production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua. Lopez is suspected by a German investigation of industrial espionage in favour of Volkswagen after he left GM for VW in August 1993.
VOLKSWAGEN
RTXGCZ3
November 29, 1996
Snow covers the house of former Volkswagen executive, production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua...
Wolfsburg, Germany
Snow covers the house of former Volkswagen executive, production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriort.....
Snow covers the house of former Volkswagen executive, production chief Jose Ignacio Lopez de Arriortua in Wolfsburg, November 29. The supervisory board today accepted the immediate resignation of the Volkswagen production chief. Lopez is suspected by a German investigation of industrial espionage in favour of Volkswagen after he left GM for VW in August 1993.
GAEB
RTXGX0V
March 08, 1996
Hans Wilhelm Gaeb, vice president of General Motors Europe looks on during a news conference of car manufacturer...
Hans Wilhelm Gaeb, vice president of General Motors Europe looks on during a news conference of car .....
Hans Wilhelm Gaeb, vice president of General Motors Europe looks on during a news conference of car manufacturer Adam Opel AG in Ruesselsheim, March 8. Gaeb said General Motors and Opel would sue Volkswagen for damages in a U.S. court to gain redress for alleged industrial espionage
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