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CHILE-PROTEST/
RTR4JCD3
December 27, 2014
Members of feminist organizations hold signs during a rally against gender violence and more than 57...
Valparaiso, Chile
Members of feminist organizations hold signs during a rally in Valparaiso
Members of feminist organizations hold signs during a rally against gender violence and more than 57 femicides, or killing of women, that occurred in Chile in 2014, in Valparaiso city December 26, 2014. The sign (R) reads, "Jealousy is not part of love, freedom is". REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN-MALALA/
RTX1475E
October 11, 2013
A student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School, in Mingora, Pakistan's Swat...
SWAT, Pakistan
A student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School, in Mingora
A student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School, in Mingora, Pakistan's Swat Valley October 10, 2013. For many of her compatriots, Malala Yousafzai is a stooge of the United States and a CIA agent, a symbol of the West's evils and a global conspiracy to bring down her native Pakistan. She has won the European Union's prestigious human rights award and was one of the favourites to win the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, but in her native Swat valley, friends and neighbours reacted with a mixture of resentment, fear and jealousy. Picture taken on October 10, 2013. To match PAKISTAN-MALALA/ REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-MALALA/
RTX1475C
October 11, 2013
A policeman stands guard as a student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School,...
SWAT, Pakistan
A policeman stands guard as a student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School,...
A policeman stands guard as a student leaves Malala Yousafzai's old school, Khushal girls high School, in Mingora, Pakistan's Swat Valley October 10, 2013. For many of her compatriots, Malala Yousafzai is a stooge of the United States and a CIA agent, a symbol of the West's evils and a global conspiracy to bring down her native Pakistan. She has won the European Union's prestigious human rights award and was one of the favourites to win the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, but in her native Swat valley, friends and neighbours reacted with a mixture of resentment, fear and jealousy. Picture taken on October 10, 2013. To match PAKISTAN-MALALA/ REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTX125BF
July 30, 2013
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British...
Vancouver, Canada
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British...
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British Columbia July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
ZIMBABWE-ELECTION/
RTX107A9
May 31, 2013
Zimbabwean rights activist Jealousy Mawarire speaks to media outside the Supreme Court in Harare, May...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Jealous Mawarire speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Harare
Zimbabwean rights activist Jealousy Mawarire speaks to media outside the Supreme Court in Harare, May 31, 2013. Mawarire, filed a case with the Constitutional Court challenging President Robert Mugabe to set dates for presidential and parliamentary elections by June 29, arguing that the executive risked violating the constitution. Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court ordered Mugabe on Friday to hold elections before the end of July, adding to a political controversy over the timing and funding of the vote in the southern African state. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS)
ZIMBABWE-ELECTION/
RTX107A2
May 31, 2013
Zimbabwean rights activist Jealousy Mawarire (L) and his wife Lorrain arrive at the Zimbabwean Supreme...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean rights activist Mawarire and wife Lorrain arrive at Zimbabwean Supreme Court in Harare
Zimbabwean rights activist Jealousy Mawarire (L) and his wife Lorrain arrive at the Zimbabwean Supreme Court in Harare May 31, 2013. Mawarire, filed a case with the Constitutional Court challenging President Robert Mugabe to set dates for presidential and parliamentary elections by June 29, arguing that the executive risked violating the constitution. Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court ordered Mugabe on Friday to hold elections before the end of July, adding to a political controversy over the timing and funding of the vote in the southern African state. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ELECTIONS)
VIETNAM
RTR3F31X
March 16, 2013
Hmong youths sit in front of Rosary Notre-Dame church while attending a weekend love market in a Sapa...
Sapa, Vietnam
Hmong youths sit in front of Rosary Notre-Dame church while attending a weekend love market in a Sapa...
Hmong youths sit in front of Rosary Notre-Dame church while attending a weekend love market in a Sapa resort town, in Vietnam's northern Lao Cai province, 350 km (217 miles) from Hanoi March 16, 2013. In Hmong culture, single youths will go to the market to look for potential partners while married Hmongs would be there to meet up with former lovers, without jealousy from their partners, to chat. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8KD
February 03, 2012
Farmers, in traditional costume, pray during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
Farmers pray during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple...
Farmers, in traditional costume, pray during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 2, 2012. The ceremony, which involves placing a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina, is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8KC
February 03, 2012
A temple serviceman, in traditional costume, holds a lit candle during a ritual ceremony as part of a...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
A temple serviceman holds a lit candle during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony...
A temple serviceman, in traditional costume, holds a lit candle during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 2, 2012. The ceremony, which involves placing a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina, is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8KB
February 03, 2012
Farmers, in traditional costume, act as lovers during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
Farmers act as lovers during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony in Phu Tho
Farmers, in traditional costume, act as lovers during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 2, 2012. The ceremony, which involves placing a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina, is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8K9
February 03, 2012
Farmers, in traditional costume, re-enact the scene of silk production during a ritual ceremony as part...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
Farmers re-enact the scene of silk production during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility...
Farmers, in traditional costume, re-enact the scene of silk production during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 2, 2012. The ceremony, which involves placing a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina, is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8K7
February 03, 2012
A man, in traditional costume, holds a candle while he prays during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
A man prays during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony in Phu Tho
A man, in traditional costume, holds a candle while he prays during a ritual ceremony as part of a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 2, 2012. The ceremony, which involves placing a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina, is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. Picture taken February 2. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8K6
February 03, 2012
A man (L) puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
A man puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural...
A man (L) puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 3, 2012. The ritual is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony, and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and the elders in the village, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productive year in agriculture, livestock and the development of the community. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
VIETNAM/
RTR2X8JT
February 03, 2012
A man (L) puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural...
Phu Tho Province, Vietnam
A man puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural...
A man (L) puts a wooden dowel symbolising a penis into a wooden block symbolising a vagina during a cultural fertility ceremony at the Tro Tram temple in Vietnam's northern province of Phu Tho, 100 km (62 miles) northwest of Hanoi February 3, 2012. The ritual is northern Vietnam's only fertility ceremony, and it is organised annually by rice farmers to worship fertility parts on midnight between the 11th and 12th days of the first month of the lunar calendar. According to cultural researchers and old villagers, after the ceremony people leave the temple and may have free sexual encounters with others without jealousy for one night. Villagers believe that a successful ceremony will help them have a productivity year in agriculture, livestock and development of the community. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
PAKISTAN-KHAN
RTR2U66G
November 18, 2011
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, holds a copy of his autobiography after an interview...
Islamabad, Pakistan
To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, holds a copy of his autobiography after an interview at his residence in Islamabad November 16, 2011. Khan's confidence stems from what he sees is a tsunami of support for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (Pakistan's Movement for Justice) in Pakistan as traditional parties falter amid charges and counter-charges of corruption and petty jealousies. On Oct 30, he staged a gigantic rally in Lahore that observers said pulled between 100,000 and 200,000 people, one of the largest political rallies ever in Pakistan. To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/ Picture taken on November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-KHAN
RTR2U64V
November 18, 2011
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, gestures during an interview with at his residence...
Islamabad, Pakistan
To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, gestures during an interview with at his residence in Islamabad November 16, 2011. Khan's confidence stems from what he sees is a tsunami of support for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (Pakistan's Movement for Justice) in Pakistan as traditional parties falter amid charges and counter-charges of corruption and petty jealousies. On Oct 30, he staged a gigantic rally in Lahore that observers said pulled between 100,000 and 200,000 people, one of the largest political rallies ever in Pakistan. To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/ Picture taken on November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-KHAN
RTR2U64O
November 18, 2011
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, speaks during an interview at his residence in Islamabad...
Islamabad, Pakistan
To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, speaks during an interview at his residence in Islamabad November 16, 2011. Khan's confidence stems from what he sees is a tsunami of support for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (Pakistan's Movement for Justice) in Pakistan as traditional parties falter amid charges and counter-charges of corruption and petty jealousies. On Oct 30, he staged a gigantic rally in Lahore that observers said pulled between 100,000 and 200,000 people, one of the largest political rallies ever in Pakistan. To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/ Picture taken on November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-KHAN
RTR2U64M
November 18, 2011
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, speaks during an interview at his residence in Islamabad...
Islamabad, Pakistan
To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/
Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer turned politician, speaks during an interview at his residence in Islamabad November 16, 2011. Khan's confidence stems from what he sees is a tsunami of support for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (Pakistan's Movement for Justice) in Pakistan as traditional parties falter amid charges and counter-charges of corruption and petty jealousies. On Oct 30, he staged a gigantic rally in Lahore that observers said pulled between 100,000 and 200,000 people, one of the largest political rallies ever in Pakistan. To match Newsmaker PAKISTAN-KHAN/ Picture taken on November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G6OM
July 07, 2010
Phallynai, 28, an acid attack victim is checked by a doctor at a secure shelter run by non-profit organisation...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phallynai, 28, an acid attack victim is checked by a doctor at a secure shelter run by non-profit organisation...
Phallynai, 28, an acid attack victim is checked by a doctor at a secure shelter run by non-profit organisation "Cambodia Acid Survivors Charity" outside Phnom Penh July 7, 2010. Phallynai, who was attacked by her own husband over what she said was jealousy, is receiving shelter and medical treatment at the centre. After years of indifference to a rise in acid attacks across Cambodia, authorities are drafting up legislation to restrict acid sales and to punish perpetrators. The move comes as Cambodia seeks to tidy up its reputation for human rights abuses, rampant corruption, and lax law enforcement, some of many factors that have deterred foreign investors. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTV
May 12, 2010
Ethnic Hmong girls attend "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province,...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic Hmong girls attend "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province,...
Ethnic Hmong girls attend "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTU
May 12, 2010
An Ethnic Giay woman (R) and Nung man sing while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic Giay woman and Nung man sing while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's...
An Ethnic Giay woman (R) and Nung man sing while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTS
May 12, 2010
An ethnic Hmong woman smiles at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
An ethnic Hmong woman smiles at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, north...
An ethnic Hmong woman smiles at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 10, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTO
May 12, 2010
Ethnic Hmong people eat for breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic Hmong people eat for breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's...
Ethnic Hmong people eat for breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 10, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTM
May 12, 2010
Ethnic Hmong people eat breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic Hmong people eat breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern...
Ethnic Hmong people eat breakfast as other men drink wine at Khau Vai "love market" in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 10, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTK
May 12, 2010
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 10, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRTJ
May 12, 2010
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 10, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DRRU
May 12, 2010
Ethnic San Chi girls look at a mobile phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic San Chi girls look at a mobile phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in...
Ethnic San Chi girls look at a mobile phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTR2DRRF
May 12, 2010
Ethnic San Chi girls giggle while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern...
HA GIANG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Ethnic San Chi girls giggle while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern...
Ethnic San Chi girls giggle while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 miles) north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, thousands of people from local ethnic tribes have convened a "love market" each year in the mountainous village Khau Vai in northern Vietnam on the 26th and 27th days of the third lunar month. This is no ordinary farmer's market. Flirting, courting and, hopefully, canoodling are the order of the day. Some travel days to attend. Young, dreamy singles trek to Khau Vai in hopes of finding a first love. Wayward lovers come to escape their families. Older generations might hope to bump into an old flame. (Married men and women often return to the love market to rendezvous with former lovers, and they are allowed to meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one event of the year). Members of Giay, Nung, Tay, Dzao, San Chi, Lo Lo and Hmong hill tribes trek from across the mountainous districts of the Dong Van Plateau and as far away as nearby Cao Bang province to Khau Vai, which is in Ha Giang province near the border with China. Legend has it the market dates back to 1919. A young couple from different tribes, Nung and Giay, are said to have met at Khau Vai. The girl was so beautiful, though, that her tribe did not want to let her marry a man from another tribe. A violent conflict resulted between the two tribes. One day, as the boy watched the two tribes do battle, he ran to the girl and they decided that to stop the bloodshed they would part ways. But they made a pact: once a year, on the 26th day of the third month of the lunar year, they would meet at Khau Vai. Thereafter Khau Vai became a meeting place for lovers. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPKJ
May 11, 2010
Young Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Young Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
Young Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPKH
May 11, 2010
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
An ethnic Hmong man lies on the ground drunk at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPKC
May 11, 2010
Ethnic Hmong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province,...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Ethnic Hmong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province...
Ethnic Hmong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPK8
May 11, 2010
A Hmong woman smiles at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
A Hmong woman smiles at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province
A Hmong woman smiles at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPK3
May 11, 2010
Hmong girls wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province,...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Hmong girls wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province...
Hmong girls wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPJW
May 11, 2010
Ethnic Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Ethnic Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
Ethnic Hmong women wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar year to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPJQ
May 11, 2010
A Hmong girl goes to Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi)...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
A Hmong girl goes to Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province
A Hmong girl goes to Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPKS
May 10, 2010
Ethnic H'Mong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province,...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
Ethnic H'Mong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province...
Ethnic H'Mong wait for their lovers at the Khau Vai 'love market' in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 10, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPJE
May 10, 2010
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
KHAU VAI VILLAGE, Vietnam
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang...
The love market village of Khau Vai is seen from the top of a mountain in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km (310 mi) north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 of the lunar calendar to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR2DPIZ
May 10, 2010
An ethnic San Chi girl talks on the phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's...
KHAU VAI DISTRICT, Vietnam
An ethnic San Chi girl talks on the phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's...
An ethnic San Chi girl talks on the phone while attending the "love market" in Khau Vai village in Vietnam's northern Ha Giang province, 500 km north of Hanoi May 9, 2010. For nearly a hundred years, the Khau Vai love market as been known as a lovers' rendezvous. Local residents annually gather there from March 26 to March 27 to seek lovers. Married men and women wait for the return of their former lovers with whom they can meet again without jealousy from their spouses during this one day out of the year. Single young men and women also seek lovers at the market. Picture taken on May 9, 2010. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BR3
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." seen during interview in Paris
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, looks out of a window in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BR0
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." seen during interview in Paris
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, looks out window in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BQZ
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." seen during interview in Paris
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, is seen during an interview in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BQX
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." seen during interview in Paris
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, is seen during an interview in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BQW
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." speaks in Paris
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, speaks during an interview in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BQU
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." speaks in front of nude photographs...
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, speaks in front of nude photographs of herself in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
FRANCE-LIBERTINE/
RTX8BQR
September 02, 2008
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million...
Paris, France
Catherine Millet, French author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." poses in front of nude photographs...
French writer Catherine Millet, author of "The Sexual life of Catherine M." which has sold over 2 million copies and been translated into more than 40 languages, poses in front of nude photographs of herself in Paris, September 2, 2008. Millet has written a new autobiographical book called "Day of Suffering" about jealousy. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE)
MIDEAST ELECTIONS
RTR18L8L
January 21, 2006
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside a polling station in Hebron January 21, 2006. Palestinian...
Hebron
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside polling station in Hebron
Palestinian girls check their make-up outside a polling station in Hebron January 21, 2006. Palestinian security forces cast the first ballots on Saturday in the Palestinian Legislative Council election, voting early before the main national poll next week, the first contested by the militant group Hamas. PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
SPORT SOCCER EURO ITALY
RTRRSHN
June 10, 2004
ITALIAN STRIKER TOTTI CONCENTRATES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON BEFORE...
Lisbona, Portugal
ITALIAN STRIKER TOTTI CONCENTRATES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON ...
ITALIAN STRIKER TOTTI CONCENTRATES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON BEFORE EURO 2004. Italian striker Francesco Totti concentrates during a news conference prior to a training session in Lisbon June 10, 2004. Totti has dismissed talk of jealousies and rivalries in the Italian camp and said everyone in the team had their role to play. Italy, who are drawn in Group C with Denmark, Bulgaria and Sweden, will play their opening match against Denmark on June 14 in Guimaraes. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
SPORT SOCCER EURO ITALY
RTRRSEX
June 10, 2004
Italian srtiker Francesco Totti leaves at the end of a news conference in Lisbon June 10, 2004. Totti...
Lisbona, Portugal (Portugese Republic)
ITALIAN SRTIKER TOTTI LEAVES AT THE END OF NEWS CONFERANCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON.
Italian srtiker Francesco Totti leaves at the end of a news conference in Lisbon June 10, 2004. Totti has dismissed talk of jealousy and rivalries in the Italy camp and said everyone in the team had their role to play. Italy who are drawn in Group C with Denmark, Bulgaria and Sweden will play their opening match against Denmark on June 14, in Guimaraes. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi AB/THI
SPORT SOCCER EURO ITALY
RTRRSER
June 10, 2004
Italian striker Francesco Totti answers jornalists questions during a news conferance prior to training...
Lisbona, Portugal (Portugese Republic)
ITALIAN STRIKER TOTTI ANSWERS QUESTIONS DURING A NEWS CONFERANCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON....
Italian striker Francesco Totti answers jornalists questions during a news conferance prior to training session in Lisbon June 10, 2004. Totti has dismissed talk of jealousies and rivalries in the Italy camp and said everyone in the team had their role to play. Italy who are drawn in Group C with Denmark, Bulgaria and Sweden will play their opening match against Denmark on June 14, in Guimaraes. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi AB/THI
SPORT SOCCER EURO ITALY
RTRRSEM
June 10, 2004
Italian striker Francesco Totti smiles during a news conference prior to a training session in Lisbon...
Lisbona, Portugal
ITALIAN STRIKER TOTTI SMILES DURING A NEWS CONFERANCE PRIOR TO TRAINING SESSION IN LISBON.
Italian striker Francesco Totti smiles during a news conference prior to a training session in Lisbon June 10, 2004. Totti has dismissed talk of jealousies and rivalries in the Italy camp and said everyone in the team had their role to play. Italy who are drawn in Group C with Denmark, Bulgaria and Sweden will play their opening match against Denmark on June 14, in Guimaraes. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi AB/WS
HALLIWELL
RTXJ620
September 03, 1999
Former Spice Girl Gerri Halliwell smiles as she arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Former Spice Girl Gerri Halliwell smiles as she arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's .....
Former Spice Girl Gerri Halliwell smiles as she arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10. ]
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JOHN
RTXJ61Z
September 03, 1999
Singer Elton John arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Singer Elton John arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's Wes.....
Singer Elton John arrives for the U.K. premiere [of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10. ]
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EYES WIDE SHUT
RTXJ61Y
September 03, 1999
Nicole Kidman (L) and her husband Tom Cruise speak with Stanley Kubrick's widow Christian (R) and daughter...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Nicole Kidman (L) and her husband Tom Cruise speak with Stanley Kubrick's widow Christian (R) and da.....
Nicole Kidman (L) and her husband Tom Cruise speak with Stanley Kubrick's widow Christian (R) and daughter Katrina following the premiere of Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. [The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10. ]
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KIDMAN
RTXJ61X
September 03, 1999
Nicole Kidman of the U.S. arrives for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Nicole Kidman of the U.S. arrives for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in Londo.....
Nicole Kidman of the U.S. arrives for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. [The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10. ]
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EYES WIDE SHUT
RTXJ61W
September 03, 1999
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere.....
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. [The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10. ]
??»
EYES WIDE SHUT
RTXJ61V
September 03, 1999
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere.....
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. [The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10.]
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EYES WIDE SHUT
RTXJ61U
September 03, 1999
Australian Nicole Kidman and husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premier of Stanley Kubrick's...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Australian Nicole Kidman and husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premier of Stanley K.....
Australian Nicole Kidman and husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premier of Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut" in London's West End September 3. [The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10.]
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BRITAIN
RTRQY2Z
September 03, 1999
Fans scream as Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FANS SHOUT AS STARS ARRIVE FOR UK PREMIERE OF EYES WIDE SHUT.
Fans scream as Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wides Shut in London's West End September 3. The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10.

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BRITAIN
RTRQY2X
September 03, 1999
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KIDMAN SPEAKS TO CRUISE AS THEY ARRIVE FOR UK PREMIERE OF EYES WIDE SHUT.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10.

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BRITAIN
RTRQY2V
September 03, 1999
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KIDMAN AND CRUISE ARRIVE FOR UK PREMIERE OF EYES WIDE SHUT.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman and her husband Tom Cruise of the U.S. arrive for the U.K. premiere of Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in London's West End September 3. The story of jealousy and sexual obsession by director Kubrick, who died shortly after completing the movie, will open in cinemas across the U.K. on September 10.

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