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USA-CRIME/OHIO
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March 17, 2013
Protesters wait to hear the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside the juvenile...
Steubenville, UNITED STATES
Protesters wait wait to hear the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside juvenile...
Protesters wait to hear the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside the juvenile court in Steubenville, Ohio, March 17, 2013. Two high school football players from Ohio were found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl at a party last summer while she was in a drunken stupor in a case that gained national exposure through social media. Mays, 17, and Richmond, 16, two members of Steubenville's "Big Red" football team, were found delinquent in the sexual assault of the girl in the early morning of Aug. 12 when witnesses said she was too drunk to move or speak. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SPORT)
USA-CRIME/OHIO
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March 17, 2013
Two protesters hug after hearing the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside the...
Steubenville, UNITED STATES
Two protesters hug after hearing the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside juvenile...
Two protesters hug after hearing the verdict in the trial of Trent Mays and Ma'lik Richmond outside the juvenile court in Steubenville, Ohio, March 17, 2013. Two high school football players from Ohio were found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl at a party last summer while she was in a drunken stupor in a case that gained national exposure through social media. Mays, 17, and Richmond, 16, two members of Steubenville's "Big Red" football team, were found delinquent in the sexual assault of the girl in the early morning of Aug. 12 when witnesses said she was too drunk to move or speak. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PANAMA/
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January 31, 2013
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora...
Panama City, Panama
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora...
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora Juvenile Center, on the outskirts of Panama City, January 30, 2013. According to the communication department from the U.S embassy in Panama, the U.S government has donated $3.5 million to a non-governmental organization known as "Fundacion de Jesus Luz de Las Oportunidades"(Jesus Light of Opportunities Foundation) to provide vocational training as well as religious and educational workshops to juvenile inmates around the country as part of a three year pilot rehabilitation project organized by the Panamanian and the U.S. government. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3D69A
January 31, 2013
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center,...
Panama City, Panama
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center,...
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center, on the outskirts of Panama City, January 30, 2013. According to the communication department from the U.S embassy in Panama, the U.S government has donated $3.5 million to a non-governmental organization known as "Fundacion de Jesus Luz de Las Oportunidades"(Jesus Light of Opportunities Foundation) to provide vocational training as well as religious and educational workshops to juvenile inmates around the country as part of a three year pilot rehabilitation project organized by the Panamanian and the U.S. government. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY)
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MEXICO-DRUGS/
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July 24, 2009
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana July 23, 2009. Seventeen teenagers,...
Tijuana, Mexico
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana July 23, 2009. Seventeen teenagers, many accused of working as hitmen for drug gangs, escaped from a juvenile detention center near the U.S. border on Thursday after digging through an outer wall, police said. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes(MEXICO)
SWITZERLAND
RTR1REQH
July 03, 2007
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich,...
Zurich, Switzerland
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich...
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich, July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1REQC
July 03, 2007
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich,...
Zurich, Switzerland
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich...
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich, July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1REQ8
July 03, 2007
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich,...
Zurich, Switzerland
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich...
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich, July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1REQ6
July 03, 2007
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich,...
Zurich, Switzerland
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich...
National Councillor Chantal Gallade addresses a media conference about juvenile delinquency in Zurich, July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher (SWITZERLAND)
POPE/
RTR1NM1M
March 18, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome...
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome March 18, 2007. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA7Z
March 09, 2007
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) is seen in Meyzieu
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA6P
March 09, 2007
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France during...
MEYZIEU, France
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA54
March 09, 2007
An individual cell in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
An individual cell is seen in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
An individual cell in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA4S
March 09, 2007
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
POLAND CRIME
RTR1IQUQ
October 27, 2006
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old...
Warsaw, Poland
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old girl to suicide prompted Poland's government to promise tougher sentences for juvenile criminals on Friday. Reports of students beating teachers and filming sex acts prompted education minister Roman Giertych to suggest creating prison-like schools for delinquent students. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
POLAND CRIME
RTR1IQUB
October 27, 2006
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old...
Warsaw, Poland
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw
Children play on school grounds in Warsaw October 27, 2006. A sexual attack that drove a 14 year old girl to suicide prompted Poland's government to promise tougher sentences for juvenile criminals on Friday. Reports of students beating teachers and filming sex acts prompted education minister Roman Giertych to suggest creating prison-like schools for delinquent students. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
FRANCE
RTXOKDJ
May 11, 2006
A sign indicates a meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11. [Prime Minister Dominique...
Paris, France
A sign indicates a meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11. [Prime Minister Domi.....
A sign indicates a meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11. [Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin gathered with some Ministers for talks on juvenile delinquency on Thursday.]
BAS
RTXOKDI
May 11, 2006
French Minister Delegate for Social Security Philippe Bas arrives at Hotel Matignon, for talks with [Prime...
Paris, France
French Minister Delegate for Social Security Philippe Bas arrives at Hotel Matignon, for talks with .....
French Minister Delegate for Social Security Philippe Bas arrives at Hotel Matignon, for talks with [Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin on juvenile delinquency], in Paris May 11, 2006.
SARKOZY
RTXOKDG
May 11, 2006
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon for talks with [Prime Minister Dominique...
Paris, France
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon for talks with [Prime Minister Do.....
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon for talks with [Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin on juvenile delinquency] in Paris May 11, 2006.
FRANCE
RTXOKDD
May 11, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2nd R) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2nd R) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarko.....
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2nd R) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (L) during talks on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11, 2006. At right in background is Philippe Bas Minister Delegate for Social Security.
FRANCE
RTR1D9Q3
May 11, 2006
A sign indicates a meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11. Prime Minister Dominique...
Paris, France
A sign indicates meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris
A sign indicates a meeting is under way inside Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11. Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin gathered with some Ministers for talks on juvenile delinquency on Thursday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PZ
May 11, 2006
French Minister Delegate for Social Security Philippe Bas arrives at Hotel Matignon, for talks with Prime...
Paris, France
French Minister Bas arrives for talks at Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Minister Delegate for Social Security Philippe Bas arrives at Hotel Matignon, for talks with Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin on juvenile delinquency, in Paris May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PX
May 11, 2006
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (R) talks with his cabinet director Claude Geant as they arrive...
Paris, France
French Interior Minister Sarkozy and Cabinet director Geant arrive at Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (R) talks with his cabinet director Claude Geant as they arrive at Hotel Matignon, for talks with Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin on juvenile delinquency, in Paris May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PO
May 11, 2006
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon for talks with Prime Minister Dominique...
Paris, France
French Interior Minister Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrives at Hotel Matignon for talks with Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin on juvenile delinquency in Paris May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PN
May 11, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (L) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (R)...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Villepin and Interior Minister Sarkozy talk in Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (L) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (R) during talks on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PM
May 11, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2nd R) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Villepin and Interior Ministyer Sarkozy talk in Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (2nd R) sits in front of Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy (L) during talks on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11, 2006. At right in background is Philippe Bas Minister Delegate for Social Security. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PK
May 11, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin walks to the microphone before making a statement on juvenile...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Villepin walks inside Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin walks to the microphone before making a statement on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon in Paris, May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR1D9PF
May 11, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin makes a statement on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Villepin talks at Hotel Matignon in Paris
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin makes a statement on juvenile delinquency at Hotel Matignon in Paris May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
MV BILL
RTXOFWM
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV.....
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums.
BRAZIL
RTR1BXT8
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill reacts during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill reacts during interview in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian rapper MV Bill reacts during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
BRAZIL
RTR1BXT6
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after interview in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
BRAZIL
RTR1BXT5
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill speaks during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill speaks during interview in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian rapper MV Bill speaks during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
BRAZIL
RTR1BXT4
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to question during interview in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
BRAZIL
RTR1BXT1
March 29, 2006
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to question during interview in Rio de Janeiro
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, March 29, 2006. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco," or "A Pig's Head," which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
FRANCE
RTXOEHL
March 22, 2006
A demonstrator holds a placard which reads: "What will you do when you are grown-up? I will be a delinquent",...
Paris, France
A demonstrator holds a placard which reads: "What will you do when you are grown-up? I will be a del.....
A demonstrator holds a placard which reads: "What will you do when you are grown-up? I will be a delinquent", during a march in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. [Hundreds of students, workers and teachers in downtown Paris demonstrated against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency.]
FRANCE
RTXOEHK
March 22, 2006
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency...
Paris, France
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile de.....
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in Paris March 22, 2006. The placard reads: "Teachers not informers".
FRANCE
RTXOEHJ
March 22, 2006
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency...
Paris, France
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile de.....
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in Paris March 22, 2006. Placards read: "Sarkozy (French Interior Minister) collaborationist" (L) and "teachers not informers".
FRANCE
RTR17IDZ
March 22, 2006
A demonstrator holds a placard which reads: "What will you do when you are grown-up? I will be a delinquent",...
Paris, France
A demonstrator holds a placard during a march in downtown Paris
A demonstrator holds a placard which reads: "What will you do when you are grown-up? I will be a delinquent", during a march in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Hundreds of students, workers and teachers in downtown Paris demonstrated against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR17IDQ
March 22, 2006
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency...
Paris, France
Students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in...
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in Paris March 22, 2006. The placard reads: "Teachers not informers". REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR17IDM
March 22, 2006
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency...
Paris, France
Students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in...
Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrate against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency in Paris March 22, 2006. Placards read: "Sarkozy (French Interior Minister) collaborationist" (L) and "teachers not informers". REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE
RTR17IDH
March 22, 2006
Students of the Regional Institute of Social Work (IRTS) march in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Hundreds...
Paris, France
Students of Regional Institute of Social Work march in downtown Paris
Students of the Regional Institute of Social Work (IRTS) march in downtown Paris March 22, 2006. Hundreds of students, workers and teachers demonstrated in protest against a law proposal to prevent juvenile delinquency. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
PHILIPPINES
RTXNVBW
October 11, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06OCT05- Filipino juvenile delinquents sleep on plywood beds in their cell at the Caloocan...
Caloocan, Philippines
-PHOTO TAKEN 06OCT05- Filipino juvenile delinquents sleep on plywood beds in their cell at the Caloo.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06OCT05- Filipino juvenile delinquents sleep on plywood beds in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005.
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR196DD
October 06, 2005
Filipino juvenile delinquents hide their faces in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila,...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
Filipino juvenile delinquents hide their faces in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR1968P
October 06, 2005
A Filipino juvenile delinquent covers his face with a t-shirt in his cell at the Caloocan City Jail,...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
A Filipino juvenile delinquent covers his face with a t-shirt in his cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR1966F
October 06, 2005
Filipino juvenile delinquents pray in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
Filipino juvenile delinquents pray in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR195VD
October 06, 2005
A Filipino juvenile delinquent rests on a plywood bed in a cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila,...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
A Filipino juvenile delinquent rests on a plywood bed in a cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR195V5
October 06, 2005
Filipino juvenile delinquents bow their heads as they listen during a prayer in their cell at the Caloocan...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
Filipino juvenile delinquents bow their heads as they listen during a prayer in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
CRIME PHILIPPINES CHILDREN
RTR195UL
October 06, 2005
Filipino juvenile delinquents sleep on plywood beds in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of...
Caloocan, Philippines
To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN
Filipino juvenile delinquents sleep on plywood beds in their cell at the Caloocan City Jail, north of Manila, October 6, 2005. The Caloocan City Jail is one of very few in the Philippines where minors are separated from adults. Largely because the government cannot afford other options, most of the thousands of juveniles detained each year must fend for themselves in overcrowded jails among grown men charged with murder, rape and other violent crimes. For many, their families do not have the money that can help speed up a notoriously slow and overloaded justice system. Photo taken October 6, 2005. To match feature CRIME-PHILIPPINES-CHILDREN REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
MV BILL
RTXNJ60
June 10, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janei.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabea de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to Cidade de Deus or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.
MV BILL
RTXNJ5Z
June 10, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janei.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabea de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to Cidade de Deus or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.
BRAZIL
RTRE154
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo which reads "My weapon" during an interview with...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo which reads "My weapon" during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE14T
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
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May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE134
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE12V
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
KYRGYZSTAN
RTRJSYW
January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts attend a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts attend Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts attend a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first time in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
KYRGYZSTAN
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January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts watch Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts watch for Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts watch Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
KYRGYZSTAN
RTRJSXK
January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts line up for a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts line up for Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts line up for a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of the country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
PANAMA MOSCOSO CRIME
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August 04, 2004
Panama's president Mireya Moscoso shows a confiscated 9mm pistol to journalists in the San Miquelito...
Panama, Panama
Panamanian President Moscoso shows confiscated 9mm pistol to media.
Panama's president Mireya Moscoso shows a confiscated 9mm pistol to journalists in the San Miquelito area of Panama City, August 4, 2004. Moscoso ordered more than 15,000 heavily armed police onto the streets several weeks ago in a nationwide crack down on crime. Her political party is trying to push a bill through Panama's legislature which would lead to the imprisonment of juvenile delinquents for up to 20 years for serious crimes. REUTERS/Alberto Lowe AL/GN
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