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FILM-VENICE/
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September 04, 2012
Actor Kengo Kora poses during the photocall of the movie "The millennial rapture" at the 69th Venice...
Venice, Italy
Actor Kora poses during photocall of movie The millennial rapture at 69th Venice Film Festival in Venice...
Actor Kengo Kora poses during the photocall of the movie "The millennial rapture" at the 69th Venice Film Festival in Venice September 4, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-VENICE/
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September 04, 2012
Actor Kengo Kora poses during the photocall of the movie "The millennial rapture" at the 69th Venice...
Venice, Italy
Actor Kora poses during photocall of movie The millennial rapture at 69th Venice Film Festival in Venice...
Actor Kengo Kora poses during the photocall of the movie "The millennial rapture" at the 69th Venice Film Festival in Venice September 4, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Gentile REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
LEBANON-SHOOTING/
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May 29, 2010
A soldier stands guard beside an armoured personnel carrier at an army checkpoint after a shooting incident...
KORA, Lebanon
A soldier stands guard beside an armoured personnel carrier at an army checkpoint after a shooting incident...
A soldier stands guard beside an armoured personnel carrier at an army checkpoint after a shooting incident in Dahr al-Ain village in the northern Lebanese province of Kora May 29, 2010. A backer of a Christian Lebanese faction shot dead two people who belonged to a rival Christian party in the village on Friday, security sources said, two days before scheduled municipal elections in the region. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim (LEBANON - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS MILITARY)
LEBANON-SHOOTING/
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May 29, 2010
A man walks past an army convoy after a shooting incident in Dahr al-Ain village in the northern Lebanese...
KORA, Lebanon
A man walks past an army convoy after a shooting incident in Dahr al-Ain village
A man walks past an army convoy after a shooting incident in Dahr al-Ain village in the northern Lebanese province of Kora May 29, 2010. A backer of a Christian Lebanese faction shot dead two people who belonged to a rival Christian party in the village on Friday, security sources said, two days before scheduled municipal elections in the region. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim (LEBANON - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS MILITARY)
ITALY/
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February 02, 2009
Kora player Ballake Sissoko performs before Ugandian designer Sylvia Owori's Rome Fashion Week Haute...
Rome, Italy
Kora player Ballake Sissoko performs before Ugandian designer Owori's Rome Fashion Week Haute Couture...
Kora player Ballake Sissoko performs before Ugandian designer Sylvia Owori's Rome Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2009 show February 2, 2009. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY)
JORDAN/
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May 02, 2008
Ara Clarck (R) of Kuwait's Al-Kuwait holds on to the ball against Abdullah Abu-Kora of Jordan's Orthodox...
Amman, Jordan
Ara Clarck of Kuwait's Al-Kuwait holds on to the ball against Abdullah Abu-Kora of Jordan's Orthodox...
Ara Clarck (R) of Kuwait's Al-Kuwait holds on to the ball against Abdullah Abu-Kora of Jordan's Orthodox during their Arab Clubs Basketball Championship match in Amman, May 2, 2008. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 21, 2007
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska carries her puppy as she prepares to fill out her ballot papers for...
Warsaw, Germany
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska prepares to fill out her ballot papers for Poland's general elections...
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska carries her puppy as she prepares to fill out her ballot papers for Poland's general elections at a polling station in Warsaw October 21, 2007. Poles began voting on Sunday in a snap parliamentary election that could cost the ruling Kaczynski twins their full grip on government in the European Union's biggest former communist country. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
POLAND-ELECTION/
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October 21, 2007
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska carries her puppy as she casts her vote for Poland's general elections...
Warsaw, Germany
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska casts her vote for Poland's general elections at a polling station...
Famous Polish singer Kora Jackowska carries her puppy as she casts her vote for Poland's general elections at a polling station in Warsaw October 21, 2007. Poles began voting on Sunday in a snap parliamentary election that could cost the ruling Kaczynski twins their full grip on government in the European Union's biggest former communist country. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
IRAQ
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October 08, 2005
Saleh al-Mutlak, an Iraqi Sunni politician who represents the National Dialogue movement, arrives at...
Baghdad
Saleh al-Mutlak arrives at Um al-Kora mosque for a meeting to discuss constitution in Baghdad
Saleh al-Mutlak, an Iraqi Sunni politician who represents the National Dialogue movement, arrives at Um al-Kora mosque for a meeting to discuss the Iraqi constitution, in Baghdad October 8, 2005. Sunni Arab leaders met in Baghdad on Saturday to decide whether to boycott an October 15 referendum on a new constitution, a move that could undermine the legitimacy of the U.S.-backed political process. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
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October 08, 2005
Sunni leader Sheikh Harith Al-Dhari speaks to reporters following a meeting to discuss the Iraqi constitution,...
Baghdad
Sunni leader speaks to reporters following meeting to discuss Iraqi constitution in Baghdad
Sunni leader Sheikh Harith Al-Dhari speaks to reporters following a meeting to discuss the Iraqi constitution, in Baghdad October 8, 2005. Sunni Arab leaders met at the Um al-Kora mosque in Baghdad on Saturday to decide whether to boycott an October 15 referendum on a new constitution, a move that could undermine the legitimacy of the U.S.-backed political process. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
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October 08, 2005
Sunni leader Sheikh Harith Al-Dhari (R) speaks to an unidentified member of the Muslim Scholars Association...
Baghdad
Sunni leader speaks to fellow member of Muslim Scholars Association after meeting in Baghdad
Sunni leader Sheikh Harith Al-Dhari (R) speaks to an unidentified member of the Muslim Scholars Association after a meeting to discuss the Iraqi constitution, in Baghdad October 8, 2005. Sunni Arab leaders met at the Um al-Kora mosque in Baghdad on Saturday to decide whether to boycott an October 15 referendum on a new constitution, a move that could undermine the legitimacy of the U.S.-backed political process. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
MALI
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May 27, 2005
Traditional hunters play music on koras, a type of harp, during a gathering of hunters in Mali's capital...
Bamako, Mali
Traditional hunters play music on koras, a type of harp, during a gathering of hunters in Mali's cap.....
Traditional hunters play music on koras, a type of harp, during a gathering of hunters in Mali's capital Bamako May 27, 2005. The international meeting has brought together hundreds of hunters from across [West Africa, including Burkina Faso, Gambia, Niger, Guinea and Senegal], where hunters are revered as providers, protectors and healers and are believed by many to have magical powers.
MALI
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May 27, 2005
Traditional hunters play music on koras, a type of harp, during a gathering of hunters in Mali's capital...
Bamako, United Kingdom
Traditional hunters play music during a gathering in Mali's capital Bamako.
Traditional hunters play music on koras, a type of harp, during a gathering of hunters in Mali's capital Bamako May 27, 2005. The international meeting has brought together hundreds of hunters from across West Africa, including Burkina Faso, Gambia, Niger, Guinea and Senegal, where hunters are revered as providers, protectors and healers and are believed by many to have magical powers. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/MK
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush kisses a student from the Om El Kora School after the first lady...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush kisses an Egyptian student in Alexandria.
United States first lady Laura Bush kisses a student from the Om El Kora School after the first lady was welcomed to the school with a bouquet of flowers in Alexandria, Egypt, May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush talks with students at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt,...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush talks with students at an Egyptian school in Alexandria.
United States first lady Laura Bush talks with students at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt, May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush (second from R) sits down with students at the Om El Kora School...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush sits down with students in Alexandria.
United States first lady Laura Bush (second from R) sits down with students at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria,...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush jokes with a student at an Egyptian school.
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt, May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria,...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush jokes with a student at an Egyptian school.
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt, May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
BUSH LAURA
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May 24, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria,...
Alexandria, Egypt
United States first lady Laura Bush jokes with a student in Egypt.
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) jokes with a student at the Om El Kora School in Alexandria, Egypt, May 24, 2005. The first lady stepped into Egyptian politics on the side of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday, commending his initiative in changing the constitution and saying political reform must happen slowly. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/KS
SPORT KARATE
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May 15, 2005
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (R) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's...
Tenerife, Spain
Feo of Spain competes against Knuehmann at the European Karate Championships in Tenerife.
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (R) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's team event at the European Karate Championships in La Laguna, on the Spanish island of Tenerife, May 15, 2005. Spain won the women's European Karate team title. REUTERS/Juan Medina ACO/dh
SPORT KARATE
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May 15, 2005
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (L) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's...
Tenerife, Spain
Feo of Spain competes against Knuehmann at European Karate Championships in Tenerife.
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (L) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's team event at the European Karate Championships in La Laguna, on the Spanish island of Tenerife, May 15, 2005. Spain won the women's European Karate team title. REUTERS/Juan Medina ACO/dh
SPORT KARATE
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May 15, 2005
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (L) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's...
Tenerife, Spain
Feo of Spain competes against Knuehmann at the European Karate Championships in Tenerife.
Kora Knuehmann of Germany (L) competes against Cristina Feo of Spain during the final of the women's team event at the European Karate Championships in La Laguna, on the Spanish island of Tenerife, May 15, 2005. Spain won the women's European Karate team title. REUTERS/Juan Medina ACO/dh
SPORT SPAIN
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May 14, 2005
Keuhmann of Germany competes against compatriot Fleischmann at the European Karate Championships in Tenerife....
La Laguna, Spain
Keuhmann of Germany competes against compatriot Fleischmann at the European Karate Championships in ......
Keuhmann of Germany competes against compatriot Fleischmann at the European Karate Championships in Tenerife. Kora Keuhmann of Germany (R) competes against compatriot Ulrike Fleischmann at the European Karate Championships in La Laguna, on the Spanish island of Tenerife, May 14, 2005. Keuhmann won the women's European Karate title for the under-53kg category. REUTERS/Juan Medina
MENSAH
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January 10, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 08JAN05 - Togolese musician King Mensah, twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards,...
Lome, Togo
- PHOTO TAKEN 08JAN05 - Togolese musician King Mensah, twice victorious in Kora all African Music Aw.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 08JAN05 - Togolese musician King Mensah, twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards, performs in Togo's capital Lome, January 8, 2005. Mensah was performing at the capital during the occasion to present the two trophies he won in the year 2000 and 2004, for the better artist of traditional inspiration.
LOME
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January 08, 2005
Togolese musician King Mensah twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards performs in Togo's capital...
Lome, Togo
Togolese musician King Mensah twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards performs in Togo's ......
Togolese musician King Mensah twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards performs in Togo's capital Lome. Togolese musician King Mensah, twice victorious in Kora all African Music Awards, performs in Togo's capital Lome, January 8, 2005. Mensah was performing at the capital during the occasion to present the two trophies he won in the year 2000 and 2004, for the better artist of traditional inspiration category. Picture taken on January 8, 2005. REUTERS/Noel Kokou
KORA NORTH TALKS
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November 19, 2004
A South Korean protester stands next to a defamed portrait of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il at an...
South Korean protester stands next to defamed portrait of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul.
A South Korean protester stands next to a defamed portrait of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally in Seoul November 19, 2004. North Korea has proposed a meeting of Red Cross officials with the South to discuss the construction of a centre for separated families, the South's Red Cross said on Friday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN/LA
KORA NORTH TALKS
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November 19, 2004
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il ...
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul. South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally in Seoul November 19, 2004. North's proposal to host a meeting of Red Cross officials with South came as North Korean watchers have been poring over reports filtering out of the communist country saying that portraits of North Korean leader Kim had been removed form some public places. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KORA NORTH TALKS
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November 19, 2004
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il ...
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul. South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally in Seoul November 19, 2004. North's proposal to host a meeting of Red Cross officials with South came as North Korean watchers have been poring over reports filtering out of the communist country saying that portraits of North Korean leader Kim had been removed form some public places. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KORA NORTH TALKS
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November 19, 2004
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and the portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il at...
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and portrait of leader Kim Jong-il in Seoul....
South Korean protesters burn North Korea's national flag and the portrait of the leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally in Seoul November 19, 2004. North Korea has proposed a meeting of Red Cross officials with the South to discuss the construction of a centre for separated families, the South's Red Cross said on Friday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN
KORA NORTH TALKS
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November 19, 2004
South Korean protesters burn a portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean protesters burn portrait of North Korean leader Kim in Seoul.
South Korean protesters burn a portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il at an anti-communism rally in Seoul November 19, 2004. North Korea has proposed a meeting of Red Cross officials with the South to discuss the construction of a centre for separated families, the South's Red Cross said on Friday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN
KORAE TRAIN
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June 03, 2004
A member of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team checks a bullet train at the Seoul train...
SOUTH KOREAN SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS TEAM PATROLS AROUND A BULLET TRAIN IN SEOUL.
A member of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team checks a bullet train at the Seoul train station June 3, 2004. South Korea briefly halted depature of its high-speed bullet train on Thursday after police found what later turned out to be a fake stick of dynamite on a track at Pusan, the country's second largest city. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH
KORAE TRAIN
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June 03, 2004
Members of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team check a bullet train at the Seoul train...
SOUTH KOREAN SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS TEAM CHECK BULLET TRAIN IN SEOUL.
Members of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team check a bullet train at the Seoul train station June 3, 2004. South Korea briefly halted depature of its high-speed bullet train on Thursday after police found what later turned out to be a fake stick of dynamite on a track at Pusan, the country's second largest city. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH
KORAE TRAIN
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June 03, 2004
Members of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team checks a bullet train at the Seoul train...
SOUTH KOREAN SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS TEAM CHECKS BULLET TRAIN IN SEOUL.
Members of South Korean Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team checks a bullet train at the Seoul train station June 3, 2004. South Korea briefly halted depature of its high-speed bullet train on Thursday after police found what later turned out to be a fake stick of dynamite on a track at Pusan, the country's second largest city. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH
KENYA
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May 29, 2004
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award...
Kenya
SENEGALESE MUSICIAN ISMAEL LO PERFORMS IN KENYA'S CAPITAL NAIROBI.
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award winner in 1997, is on a tour of Africa and its Indian Ocean islands that started in Harare early this month. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/WS
KENYA
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May 29, 2004
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award...
Kenya
SENEGALESE MUSICIAN ISMAEL LO PERFORMS IN KENYA'S CAPITAL NAIROBI.
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award winer in 1997, is on a tour of Africa and its Indian Ocean islands that started in Harare early this month. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/WS
KENYA
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May 29, 2004
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award...
Nairobi, Kenya - Republic of
SENEGALESE MUSICIAN ISMAEL LO PERFORMS IN KENYA'S CAPITAL NAIROBI.
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo performs in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 29, 2004. Lo, 48, and Kora Award winner in 1997, is on a tour of Africa and its Indian Ocean islands that started in Harare early this month. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/WS
LO
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May 28, 2004
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nair.....
Senegalese musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi May 28, 2004. [Lo, 48, and renowned Kora Award winner in 1997 who last performed in Kenya nearly ten years ago, is back with a 12-piece band on his show, which is part of an East, Central, South African and Indian Ocean region tour that started in Harare early this month.]
KENYA
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May 28, 2004
Senegalse musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya - Republic of
SENEGALSE MUSICIAN ISMAEL LO TALKS TO REUTERS IN AN INTERVIEW AT THE FRENCH CULTURAL CENTRE IN NAIROBI....
Senegalse musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi May 28, 2004. Lo, 48, and renowned Kora Award winner in 1997 who last performed in Kenya nearly ten years ago, is back with a 12-piece band on his show, which is part of an East, Central, South African and Indian Ocean region tour that started in Harare early this month. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/WS
KENYA
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May 28, 2004
Senegalse musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi...
Kenya
SENEGALSE MUSICIAN ISMAEL LO TALKS TO REUTERS IN AN INTERVIEW IN NAIROBI.
Senegalse musician Ismael Lo talks to Reuters in an interview at the French Cultural centre in Nairobi May 28, 2004. Lo, 48, and renowned Kora Award winer in 1997 who last performed in Kenya nearly ten years ago, is back with a 12-piece band on his show, which is part of an East, Central, South African and Indian Ocean region tour that started in Harare early this month. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/CRB
KORA NORTH
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April 27, 2004
SOUTH KOREAN ACTIVISTS SHOUT SLOGANS IN SEOUL AT A CAMPAIGN TO HELP VICTIMS OF TRAIN EXPLOSION IN NORTH...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN ACTIVISTS SHOUT SLOGANS IN SEOUL AT A CAMPAIGN TO HELP VICTIMS OF TRAIN EXPLOSION ...
SOUTH KOREAN ACTIVISTS SHOUT SLOGANS IN SEOUL AT A CAMPAIGN TO HELP VICTIMS OF TRAIN EXPLOSION IN NORTH KOREA. South Korean activists shout slogans in Seoul April 27, 2004 at a campaign to help victims of the last week's train explosion in North Korea. The United Nations urgently appealed on Tuesday for 1,000 tonnes of food to feed survivors of North Korea's deadly train explosion, as Russia flew in emergency relief and South Korea sought ways to deliver aid. The slogan in the banner reads: "Let's help North Korean victims of the train blast with brotherly love." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
ARGENTINA KOREA SHIP
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December 03, 2002
Members of the crew of the Korean cargo ship Kora V observe a moment of
silence for their two shipmates...
Mar Del Plata, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
SEAMEN PAY HOMAGE TO SHIPMATES KILLED IN A FIRE ABOARD A KOREAN SHIP.
Members of the crew of the Korean cargo ship Kora V observe a moment of
silence for their two shipmates killed in a fire aboard, in the port of
the Atlantic Argentine coastal city of Mar del Plata, December 3, 2002.
Seven members of the crew remain missing and are feared dead in the
vessel, which caught fire two days ago for unknown reasons.
REUTERS/Juana Rodriguez

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ARGENTINA KOREA SHIP
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December 03, 2002
Argentine paramedics carry the body of one of two people confirmed dead
in a fire aboard the Korean...
Mar Del Plata, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PARAMEDICS CARRY THE BODY OF MAN KILLED IN A FIRE ABOARD A KOREAN SHIP.
Argentine paramedics carry the body of one of two people confirmed dead
in a fire aboard the Korean cargo ship Kora V, in the port of the
Atlantic coastal city of Mar del Plata, December 3, 2002. Seven members
of the crew remain missing and are feared dead in the vessel, which
caught fire two days ago for unknown reasons. REUTERS/Juana Rodriguez

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 16, 2002
Shigeru Yokota, father of Megumi Yokota, who was kidnapped by North
Korea when she was 13 and said by...
Tokyo, Japan
SHIGERU YOKOTA, FATHER OF MEGUMI, ABDUCTED BY NORTH KOREA, SHOWS
PHOTOGRAPH OF DAUGHTER IN TOKYO.
Shigeru Yokota, father of Megumi Yokota, who was kidnapped by North
Korea when she was 13 and said by Pyongyang to have committed suicide
in 1993, shows a photograph said to be of his daughter as an adult
obtained by a Japanese fact-finding mission in North Korea as he speaks
at a news conference in Tokyo October 16, 2002. Pyongyang says Megumi
Yokota left behind a daughter, now said to be 15, and several of the
returnees said they had lived near Megumi and her North Korean husband,
and that they occasionally saw her taking walks with her daughter.
REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Megumi Yokota, who was kidnapped by North
Korean agents when she was 13...
Tokyo, Japan
SHIGERU YOKOTA, FATHER OF ABDUCTEE MEGUMI SPEAKS TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO.
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Megumi Yokota, who was kidnapped by North
Korean agents when she was 13 and said by Pyongyang to have committed
suicide in 1993, speaks to reporters as he sits next to his wife Sakie
at a news conference in Tokyo October 15, 2002. A 15-year-old girl said
to be Megumi's daughter had joined five abductees at Pyongyang airport
before they left for Tokyo, and the Yokotas hope to find out about her
and their daughter during the visit of the survivors. REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Kaoru Hasuike (2nd-L) and wife Yukiko Okudo (L), both kidnapped by
North Korea, arrive with Kaoru's...
Tokyo, Japan
RETURNING ABDUCTEES KAORU HASUIKE AND WIFE YUKIKO OKUDO ARRIVE AT TOKYO
NEWS CONFERENCE.
Kaoru Hasuike (2nd-L) and wife Yukiko Okudo (L), both kidnapped by
North Korea, arrive with Kaoru's parents Hatsui (2nd-R) and Hidekazu
Hasuike at a news conference in Tokyo October 15, 2002. Five Japanese
snatched from their home towns set foot on home soil after nearly a
quarter of a century in the secretive communist state. North Korean
leader Kim Jong-il, reversing years of denial, apologised for the
abductions in a September summit with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro
Koizumi, clearing the way for the resumptions of talks on establishing
bilateral ties. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/CP
JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Hitomi Soga (R), abducted by North Korea in 1978 and now married to
former U.S. soldier Charles Robert...
Tokyo, Japan
HITOMI SOGA, ABDUCTED BY NORTH KOREA, SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN
TOKYO.
Hitomi Soga (R), abducted by North Korea in 1978 and now married to
former U.S. soldier Charles Robert Jenkins said to have defected to
North Korea in 1965, speaks at a news conference in Tokyo October 15,
2002 as her sister Tomiko Kaneko listens beside her. Five Japanese
snatched from their home towns set foot on home soil after nearly a
quarter of a century in the secretive communist state. REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

ES/CP
JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Fukie Hamamoto (C), kidnapped by North Korea in 1978 together with
Yasushi Chimura (L) who she married...
Tokyo, Japan
FUKIE HAMAMOTO, ABDUCTED BY NORTH KOREA, TOGETHER WITH YASUSHI CHIMURA,
SPEAKS TO BROTHER IN TOKYO.
Fukie Hamamoto (C), kidnapped by North Korea in 1978 together with
Yasushi Chimura (L) who she married in North Korea, speaks with her
brother Yuko Hamamoto (R) at a news conference in Tokyo October 15,
2002. Five Japanese snatched from their home towns set foot on home
soil after nearly a quarter of a century in the secretive communist
state. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Hitomi Soga, abducted by North Korea in 1978 and now married to former
U.S. soldier Charles Robert Jenkins,...
Tokyo, Japan
HITOMI SOGA, ABDUCTED BY NORTH KOREA, ARRIVES AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN
TOKYO.
Hitomi Soga, abducted by North Korea in 1978 and now married to former
U.S. soldier Charles Robert Jenkins, arrives for a news conference at a
Tokyo hotel October 15, 2002 on her first visit home in 24 years. Five
Japanese snatched from their home towns set foot on home soil after
nearly a quarter of a century in the secretive communist state.
REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Yasushi Chimura (R), kidnapped by North Korea in 1978, listens to his
father Tamotsu Chimura as he whispers...
Tokyo, Japan
YASUSHI CHIMURA, KIDNAPPED BY NORTH KOREA, LISTENS AS FATHER TAMOTSU
WHISPERS IN TOKYO.
Yasushi Chimura (R), kidnapped by North Korea in 1978, listens to his
father Tamotsu Chimura as he whispers during a news conference at a
Tokyo hotel October 15, 2002. Five Japanese snatched from their home
towns set foot on home soil after nearly a quarter of a century in the
secretive communist state. North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, reversing
years of denial, apologised for the abductions in a September summit
with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, clearing the way for
the resumptions of talks on establishing bilateral ties. REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

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JAPAN KORA NORTH HOMECOMING
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October 15, 2002
Kaoru Hasuike and his wife Yukiko Okudo, both abducted by North Korea
in 1978, arrive at a Tokyo hotel...
Tokyo, Japan
KAORU HASUIKE AND WIFE YUKIKO OKUDO, ABDUCTED BY NORTH KOREA, ARRIVE AT
A TOKYO HOTEL.
Kaoru Hasuike and his wife Yukiko Okudo, both abducted by North Korea
in 1978, arrive at a Tokyo hotel upon their arrival for their first
visit home in 24 years October 15, 2002. Five Japanese snatched from
their home towns set foot on home soil after nearly a quarter of a
century in the secretive communist state. North Korean leader Kim
Jong-il, reversing years of denial, apologised for the abductions in a
September summit with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi,
clearing the way for the resumptions of talks on establishing bilateral
ties. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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KENYA
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December 11, 2001
South African bad girl of pop Brenda Fassie, performs at a night club
in Nairobi December 11, 2001....
Nairobi, Kenya
SOUTH AFRICAN ARTIST BRENDA FASSIE PERFORMS AT NIGHT CLUD IN NAIROBI.
South African bad girl of pop Brenda Fassie, performs at a night club
in Nairobi December 11, 2001. The controversial Fassie won this year's
best female artist prize at the Kora Music Awards ceremony held in Sun
City South Africa recently. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS

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SOUTH AFRICA
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September 05, 1999
US Pop star Michael Jackson (L) and former South African President Nelson Mandela wave to a cheering...
Sun City, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
US Pop star Michael Jackson (L) and former South African President Nelson Mandela wave to a cheering.....
US Pop star Michael Jackson (L) and former South African President Nelson Mandela wave to a cheering crowd at the fourth annual Kora All-Africa Music Awards in Sun City late September 4. [Jackson, an ardent fan of Mandela, handed the retired president a cheque for one million rand ($166,400) towards his children's fund. South Africa's pop icon Brenda Fassie was voted Best Female Artist in Africa at the event, which also honoured Nigeria's Femi Kuti as Best Male Artist in West Africa. ]
SAFRICA KORA
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September 05, 1999
Pop star Michael Jackson (L) listens to South African President Nelson Mandela as he greets crowds at...
Sun City, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
MICHAEL JACKSON LISTENS TO FORMER PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA SPEAK IN SUN CITY.
Pop star Michael Jackson (L) listens to South African President Nelson Mandela as he greets crowds at the fourth annual Kora All-Africa Music Awards at Sun City late September 4. Jackson, an ardent fan of Mandela, handed the retired president a cheque for one million rand ($166,400) towards his children's fund. South Africa's pop icon Brenda Fassie was voted Best Female Artist in Africa at the event, which also honoured Nigeria's Femi Kuti as Best Male Artist in West Africa.

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SAFRICA KORA
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September 05, 1999
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SUN01D:SAFRICA-KORA-JACKSON-MANDELA:SUN CITY,SOUTH AFRICA,5SEP99 - star Michael...
Sun City, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
MICHAEL JACKSON AND FORMER PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA AT KORA AWARDS IN SUN CITY.
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SUN01D:SAFRICA-KORA-JACKSON-MANDELA:SUN CITY,SOUTH AFRICA,5SEP99 - star Michael Jackson (L) and former South African President Nelson Mandela wave to a cheering crowd at the fourth annual Kora All-Africa Music Awards in Sun City late September 4. Jackson, an ardent fan of Mandela, handed the retired president a cheque for one million rand ($166,400) towards his children's fund. South Africa's pop icon Brenda Fassie was voted Best Female Artist in Africa at the event, which also honoured Nigeria's Femi Kuti as Best Male Artist in West Africa.
SAFRICA KORA
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September 05, 1999
Pop star Michael Jackson (L) listens to South African President Nelson Mandela as he greets crowds at...
Sun City, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
MICHAEL JACKSON WITH FORMER PRESIDENT NELSON MANDELA AND NAMIBIAN PREMIER HAGA GEINGOB.
Pop star Michael Jackson (L) listens to South African President Nelson Mandela as he greets crowds at the fourth annual Kora All-Africa Music Awards at Sun City September 4. Jackson, an ardent fan of Mandela, handed the retired president a cheque for one million rand ($166.4 million) towards his children's fund. Jackson and Mandela were joined on the stage by Namibian Premier Haga Geingob (R). Africa's pop icon Brenda Fassie was voted Best Female Artist in Africa at the event, which also honoured Nigeria's Femi Kuti as Best Male Artist in West Africa.

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KOREA BRITAIN
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April 21, 1999
With a birthday feast of rice cakes and fruit in front of them, Britain's Queen Elizabeth and a South...
Hahoe Village, Korea
QUEEN ELIZABETH TOASTS IN HAHOE VILLAGE, SOUTH KORA.
With a birthday feast of rice cakes and fruit in front of them, Britain's Queen Elizabeth and a South Korean mask dancer toast their respective birthdays in the 400-year-old traditional village of Hahoe, near the city of Andong April 21. The Queen, who celebrated her 73 birthday in the village, enjoyed watching a traditional Korean mask dance and toured the ancient village.

PB/JIR/WS
ISLAM
RTXHS6G
December 22, 1998
Yusuf Islam, formerly the pop star Cat Stevens, talks to the audience before his lecture on the Koran...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Yusuf Islam, formerly the pop star Cat Stevens, talks to the audience before his lecture on the Kora.....
Yusuf Islam, formerly the pop star Cat Stevens, talks to the audience before his lecture on the Koran in Dubai 22 December. The singer, songwriter is now a teacher of Islam and is on an official visit to the United Arab Emirates.
INDIA
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August 10, 1998
A navy personnel looks at the INS KORA, a missile corvette with sixteen sea skimming long range surface-to-surface...
A navy personnel looks at the INS KORA, a missile corvette with sixteen sea skimming long range surf.....
A navy personnel looks at the INS KORA, a missile corvette with sixteen sea skimming long range surface-to-surface missiles, during it induction into the Indian Navy in the eastern city of Calcutta August 10. The warship, which has the capability to operate advanced light helicopter, was commissioned by India's Defence Minister [George Fernandes]. INS Kora, named after a typical sword used in the northern region of the country in the 18th century, is 91 meters in length and has a displacement of 1400 tonnes. It was build by Gardenreach Shipbulders and Engineers of Calcutta.
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August 10, 1998
A navy personnel looks at the INS KORA, a missile corvette with sixteen sea skimming long range surface-to-surface...
India
INS KORA WARSHIP IS INDUCTED INTO THE INDIAN NAVY IN CALCUTTA.
A navy personnel looks at the INS KORA, a missile corvette with sixteen sea skimming long range surface-to-surface missiles, during it induction into the Indian Navy in the eastern city of Calcutta August 10. The warship, which has the capability to operate advanced light helicopter, was commissioned by India's Defence Minister George Fernandes. INS Kora, named after a typical sword used in the northern region of the country in the 18th century, is 91 meters in length and has a displacement of 1400 tonnes. It was build by Gardenreach Shipbulders and Engineers of Calcutta. nd/Photo by Nilayan Dutta REUTERS.

ND/CC/FMS
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May 25, 1997
A 17 year old chimpanzee named Kora begs for food at the Lubumbashi Zoo May 24. The zoo keeper said Kora...
A SEVENTEEN YEARL OLD CHIMPANZEE BEGS FOR FOOD
A 17 year old chimpanzee named Kora begs for food at the Lubumbashi Zoo May 24. The zoo keeper said Kora would most likely die of hunger as did more than half of the other animals during the last few weeks when the zoo keepers fled violence between soldiers of former president Mobutu Sese Seko and rebels of Laurent Kabila.

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