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UKRAINE-OPPOSITION/
RTXVY4P
December 22, 2010
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko enters the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko enters the state prosecutor's office in Kiev
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko enters the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22, 2010. Tymoshenko criticised Western states on Tuesday for dealing with the government of President Viktor Yanukovich, accusing it of creating the "stability of the cemetery" by crushing opposition. Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of office this month and told Italian daily la Repubblica in an interview she faced up to 10 years in jail if found guilty. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
UKRAINE-OPPOSITION/
RTXVY4M
December 22, 2010
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22, 2010. Tymoshenko criticised Western states on Tuesday for dealing with the government of President Viktor Yanukovich, accusing it of creating the "stability of the cemetery" by crushing opposition. Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of office this month and told Italian daily la Repubblica in an interview she faced up to 10 years in jail if found guilty. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
UKRAINE-OPPOSITION/
RTXVY4J
December 22, 2010
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko (C) talks to the media as she arrives at the state prosecutor's...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko talks to the media as she arrives at the state prosecutor's office...
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko (C) talks to the media as she arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22, 2010. Tymoshenko criticised Western states on Tuesday for dealing with the government of President Viktor Yanukovich, accusing it of creating the "stability of the cemetery" by crushing opposition. Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of office this month and told Italian daily la Repubblica in an interview she faced up to 10 years in jail if found guilty. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
UKRAINE-OPPOSITION/
RTXVY4G
December 22, 2010
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko (front) arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian opposition leader Tymoshenko arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko (front) arrives at the state prosecutor's office in Kiev December 22, 2010. Tymoshenko criticised Western states on Tuesday for dealing with the government of President Viktor Yanukovich, accusing it of creating the "stability of the cemetery" by crushing opposition. Tymoshenko was charged with abuse of office this month and told Italian daily la Repubblica in an interview she faced up to 10 years in jail if found guilty. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ITALY-ART-BERLUSCONI
RTXUSDF
November 18, 2010
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome November 18, 2010. The...
Rome, Italy
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome November 18, 2010. The statue was restored adding the hands and the penis, as it was discovered in 1918, after personal pressure by Italy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, "La Repubblica" newspaper says. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-ART-BERLUSCONI
RTXUSD8
November 18, 2010
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome November 18, 2010. The...
Rome, Italy
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is displayed inside Chigi Palace in Rome November 18, 2010. The statue was restored adding the hands and the penis, as it was discovered in 1918, after personal pressure by Italy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, "La Repubblica" newspaper says. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-ART-BERLUSCONI
RTXUSD7
November 18, 2010
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is placed inside Chigi Palace in Rome February 25, 2010. The statue...
Rome, Italy
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is placed inside Chigi Palace in Rome
The marble statue of "Venus and Mars" is placed inside Chigi Palace in Rome February 25, 2010. The statue was restored adding the hands and the penis, as it was discovered in 1918, after personal pressure by Italy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, "La Repubblica" newspaper says. Picture taken February 25, 2010. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-ART-BERLUSCONI
RTXUSD3
November 18, 2010
A combination picture shows the marble statue of "Venus and Mars" before restoration in February 2010...
Rome, Italy
A combination picture shows the marble statue of "Venus and Mars" before and after restoration, inside...
A combination picture shows the marble statue of "Venus and Mars" before restoration in February 2010 and after (R) restoration, inside Chigi Palace in Rome November 18, 2010. The statue was restored adding the hands and the penis, as it was discovered in 1918, after personal pressure by Italy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, "La Repubblica" newspaper says. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/WOMEN
RTXPW1K
October 22, 2009
An article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal published by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica...
Rome, Italy
An article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal published by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica...
An article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal published by the Italian newspaper La Repubblica is seen in Rome October 22, 2009. Silvio Berlusconi's cutting remark about a female rival's lack of beauty has stirred a rare public backlash from thousands of Italian women who had largely kept silent about the prime minister's womanising and sex scandals. About 100,000 Italian women have signed the "Women offended by the premier" appeal after Berlusconi told the matronly, bespectacled leftist Rosy Bindi that she was "more beautiful than intelligent" in a swipe at both her looks and brains. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/WOMEN
RTXPW1G
October 22, 2009
A woman reads an article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal in the Italian newspaper La...
Rome, Italy
A woman reads an article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal in the Italian newspaper La...
A woman reads an article about the "Women offended by the premier" appeal in the Italian newspaper La Repubblica in Rome October 22, 2009. Silvio Berlusconi's cutting remark about a female rival's lack of beauty has stirred a rare public backlash from thousands of Italian women who had largely kept silent about the prime minister's womanising and sex scandals. About 100,000 Italian women have signed the "Women offended by the premier" appeal after Berlusconi told the matronly, bespectacled leftist Rosy Bindi that she was "more beautiful than intelligent" in a swipe at both her looks and brains. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/WOMEN
RTXPW1B
October 22, 2009
A woman buys a copy of Italian newspaper La Repubblica in Rome October 22, 2009. Silvio Berlusconi's...
Rome, Italy
A woman buys a copy of Italian newspaper La Repubblica in Rome
A woman buys a copy of Italian newspaper La Repubblica in Rome October 22, 2009. Silvio Berlusconi's cutting remark about a female rival's lack of beauty has stirred a rare public backlash from thousands of Italian women who had largely kept silent about the prime minister's womanising and sex scandals. About 100,000 Italian women have signed the "Women offended by the premier" appeal after Berlusconi told the matronly, bespectacled leftist Rosy Bindi that she was "more beautiful than intelligent" in a swipe at both her looks and brains. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY POLITICS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/DIVORCE
RTXEOFV
May 03, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) attend a function at Villa Madama...
Rome, Italy
File photo of Italy's PM Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario at Villa Madama in Rome
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) attend a function at Villa Madama in Rome in a June 4, 2004 file photo. Berlusconi's wife wants to file for divorce, Italian media reported May 3, 2009, just days after she publicly criticised his party's selection of young women to run in European elections. "I have been forced to take this step, I don't want to add anything else," La Stampa newspaper quoted Berlusconi's wife Veronica, 52, as saying. La Repubblica daily and ANSA news agency also carried the report. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files (ITALY POLITICS SOCIETY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/DIVORCE
RTXEOFO
May 03, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) pose at Villa Madama in Rome...
Rome, Italy
File photo of Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario posing at Villa Madama...
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) pose at Villa Madama in Rome in a June 4, 2004 file photo. Berlusconi's wife wants to file for divorce, Italian media reported May 3, 2009, just days after she publicly criticised his party's selection of young women to run in European elections. "I have been forced to take this step, I don't want to add anything else," La Stampa newspaper quoted Berlusconi's wife Veronica, 52, as saying. La Repubblica daily and ANSA news agency also carried the report. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files (ITALY POLITICS SOCIETY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/DIVORCE
RTXEOFM
May 03, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) pose at Villa Madama in Rome...
Rome, Italy
File photo of Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario posing at Villa Madama...
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica Lario (L) pose at Villa Madama in Rome in a June 4, 2004 file photo. Berlusconi's wife wants to file for divorce, Italian media reported May 3, 2009, just days after she publicly criticised his party's selection of young women to run in European elections. "I have been forced to take this step, I don't want to add anything else," La Stampa newspaper quoted Berlusconi's wife Veronica, 52, as saying. La Repubblica daily and ANSA news agency also carried the report. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files (ITALY POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NQCD
March 21, 2007
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial...
Rome, Italy
Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters...
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters in Rome March 21, 2007. Mastrogiacomo, freed after being held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, returned home on Tuesday amid political controversy over the conditions of his release. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
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March 21, 2007
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo attends a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters...
Rome, Italy
Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo attends a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters...
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo attends a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters in Rome March 21, 2007. Mastrogiacomo, freed after being held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, returned home on Tuesday amid political controversy over the conditions of his release. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NQBD
March 21, 2007
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference flanked by his wife Luisella...
Rome, Italy
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference flanked by his wife Luisella...
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference flanked by his wife Luisella at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters in Rome March 21, 2007. Mastrogiacomo, freed after being held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, returned home on Tuesday amid political controversy over the conditions of his release. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NQBA
March 21, 2007
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial...
Rome, Italy
Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters...
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters in Rome March 21, 2007. Mastrogiacomo, freed after being held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, returned home on Tuesday amid political controversy over the conditions of his release. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NQB7
March 21, 2007
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial...
Rome, Italy
Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters...
Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo speaks during a news conference at the "La Repubblica" editorial headquarters in Rome March 21, 2007. Mastrogiacomo, freed after being held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, returned home on Tuesday amid political controversy over the conditions of his release. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPHB
March 21, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (R) is embraced by his daughter as he arrives...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his daughter after arriving in Rome
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (R) is embraced by his daughter as he arrives in Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
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March 21, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCH
March 21, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan to Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCP
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo waves as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo waves after arriving in Rome
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo waves as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCO
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his son as he arrives after his...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his son as he arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan to Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCM
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his daughter as he arrives after...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his daughter as he arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan to Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCL
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan to Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCK
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Romano...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Prodi as he arrives...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Romano Prodi as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCI
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (2nd L) is embraced by his son as he arrives at...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his son as he arrives at Ciampino airport...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (2nd L) is embraced by his son as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCG
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by his mother Franca Lisa as he...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by his mother Franca Lisa as he arrives after his release from captivity in Afghanistan to Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCF
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (R) is embraced by his daughter as he arrives...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo is embraced by his daughter as he arrives at Ciampino...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (R) is embraced by his daughter as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCD
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Romano...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Prodi as he arrives...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) is embraced by Italy's Prime Minister Romano Prodi as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPCA
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) waves next to his wife Luisella Longo as he...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo waves next to his wife Luisella Longo as he arrives at...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) waves next to his wife Luisella Longo as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPC8
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) kisses his wife Luisella Longo as he arrives...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Mastrogiacomo kisses his wife Luisella Longo as he arrives at Ciampino...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo (L) kisses his wife Luisella Longo as he arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPC6
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome after his...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPC3
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPC2
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPC0
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN/
RTR1NPBZ
March 20, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20,...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives after his release from captivity to Rome...
La Repubblica newspaper reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo arrives at Ciampino airport in Rome March 20, 2007, after his release from captivity in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN-JOURNALIST/
RTR1NNPT
March 19, 2007
La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro watches television monitors after the release of journalist...
Rome, Italy
La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro watches television monitors after the release of journalist...
La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro watches television monitors after the release of journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo from captivity in Afghanistan, in Rome March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-JOURNALIST/
RTR1NNPQ
March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds news conference with...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after her husband's release with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (R) in Rome March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-JOURNALIST/
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds news conference with...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after her husband's release with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (R) in Rome March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-JOURNALIST/
RTR1NNOS
March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, smiles after her husband's...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, smiles in Rome
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, smiles after her husband's release during a news conference at La Repubblica newspaper in Rome March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-JOURNALIST/
RTR1NNO1
March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds news conference with...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, holds a news conference after her husband's release with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (R) in Rome March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-HOSTAGE/
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, talks with La Repubblica...
Rome, Italy
Wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo talks with La Repubblica newspaper director Mauro...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, talks with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (R) in Rome March 19, 2007. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he expected Mastrogiacomo, who the Taliban reportedly handed over to tribal leaders in Afghanistan, to be released soon. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-HOSTAGE/
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica...
Rome, Italy
Wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Mauro...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (L) in Rome March 19, 2007. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he expected Mastrogiacomo, who the Taliban reportedly handed over to tribal leaders in Afghanistan, to be released soon. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-HOSTAGE/
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica...
Rome, Italy
Wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Mauro...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (2nd R) in Rome March 19, 2007. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he expected Mastrogiacomo, who the Taliban reportedly handed over to tribal leaders in Afghanistan, to be released soon. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-HOSTAGE/
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica...
Rome, Italy
Wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Mauro...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, walks with La Repubblica newspaper director Ezio Mauro (R) in Rome March 19, 2007. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he expected Mastrogiacomo, who the Taliban reportedly handed over to tribal leaders in Afghanistan, to be released soon. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
AFGHAN-HOSTAGE/KARZAI
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March 19, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, speaks on a telephone inside...
Rome, Italy
Wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Mastrogiacomo speaks on a telephone in Rome
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, speaks on a telephone inside the newspaper La Repubblica's editorial offices in Rome March 19, 2007. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Monday he expected Mastrogiacomo, who the Taliban reportedly handed over to tribal leaders in Afghanistan, to be released soon. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY-REPORTER/
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March 08, 2007
Luisella Longo (L), wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, and Ezio Mauro, director...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, and Ezio Mauro, director...
Luisella Longo (L), wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, and Ezio Mauro, director of Italian newspaper La Repubblica, attend a demonstration of solidarity at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that one of its journalists who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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March 08, 2007
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, attends a demonstration of...
Rome, Italy
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, attends a demonstration in...
Luisella Longo, wife of kidnapped Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo, attends a demonstration of solidarity at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that one of its journalists who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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March 08, 2007
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
Rome, Italy
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that one of its journalists who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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March 08, 2007
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
Rome, Italy
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that one of its journalists who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. The banner reads, "With Daniele Mastrogiacomo for his freedom". REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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March 08, 2007
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
Rome, Italy
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the...
An Afghanistan flag waves as a banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that Mastrogiacomo who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. The banner reads, "With Daniele Mastrogiacomo for his freedom". REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
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March 08, 2007
A banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio...
Rome, Italy
A banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio...
A banner depicting Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo hangs at the mayor's offices at Campidoglio square in Rome March 8, 2007. Italian newspaper La Repubblica has denied that one of its journalists who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan was a spy. A Taliban spokesman said on Tuesday that Mastrogiacomo, 52, had confessed to spying for British troops after being picked up in the lawless Helmand province. The banner reads, "With Daniele Mastrogiacomo for his freedom". REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ITALY SINISCALCO
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September 02, 2005
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome in this picture...
Rome, Italy
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome.
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome in this picture taken September 2, 2005. Siniscalco has given his letter of resignation to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the newspaper La Repubblica reported on September 22, 2005. La Repubblica quoted Siniscalco as saying he was stepping down over the government's failure to act against central bank governor Antonio Fazio over a banking scandal.Picture taken September 2, 2005. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY SINISCALCO LETTER
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September 02, 2005
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome in this picture...
Rome, Italy
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome.
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco looks on during a news conference in Rome in this picture taken September 2, 2005. Siniscalco has given his letter of resignation to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the newspaper La Repubblica reported on September 22, 2005. La Repubblica quoted Siniscalco as saying he was stepping down over the government's failure to act against central bank governor Antonio Fazio over a banking scandal. Picture taken September 2, 2005. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY VATICAN SECURITY
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December 16, 2003
Italian policemen patrol Saint Peter's Square during the first hours of the day at the Vatican December...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALIAN POLICEMEN PATROL SAINT PETER'S SQUARE AT THE VATICAN.
Italian policemen patrol Saint Peter's Square during the first hours of the day at the Vatican December 16, 2003. Italian police will close the main road leading to the Vatican every night from midnight to 6.00 a.m. during the Christmas holidays as part of measures to boost security after warnings of an attack on Christian sites. The decision comes after newspaper La Repubblica reported that the Israeli secret services had warned of a "probable attack in Italy" against a major Christian symbol at Christmas. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/CP
ITALY VATICAN SECURITY
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December 16, 2003
A road sign near the Vatican shows no thoroughfare on Conciliazione road in Rome December 16, 2003. Italian...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
A ROAD SIGN NEAR THE VATICAN SHOWS NO THOROUGHFARE ON CONCILIAZIONE ROAD IN ROME.
A road sign near the Vatican shows no thoroughfare on Conciliazione road in Rome December 16, 2003. Italian police will close the main road leading to the Vatican every night from midnight to 6.00 a.m. during the Christmas holidays as part of measures to boost security after warnings of an attack on Christian sites. The decision comes after newspaper La Repubblica reported that the Israeli secret services had warned of a "probable attack in Italy" against a major Christian symbol at Christmas. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/CP
ITALY VATICAN SECURITY
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December 16, 2003
AN ITALIAN POLICEMAN LOOKS ON DURING A PATROL ON THE CONCILIAZIONE ROAD IN FRONT OF SAINT PETER'S BASILICA...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
AN ITALIAN POLICEMAN LOOKS ON DURING A PATROL ON THE CONCILIAZIONE ROAD IN FRONT OF SAINT PETER'S ......
AN ITALIAN POLICEMAN LOOKS ON DURING A PATROL ON THE CONCILIAZIONE ROAD IN FRONT OF SAINT PETER'S BASILICA IN ROME. An Italian policeman looks on during a patrol on the conciliazione road in front of Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome during the first hours of the day in Rome December 16, 2003. Italian police will close the main road leading to the Vatican every night from midnight to 6.00 a.m. during the Christmas holidays as part of measures to boost security after warnings of an attack on Christian sites. The decision comes after newspaper La Repubblica reported that the Israeli secret services had warned of a "probable attack in Italy" against a major Christian symbol at Christmas. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY VATICAN SECURITY
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December 16, 2003
A night view of Saint Peter's Basilica from the end of Conciliazione road in the first hours of the day...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
A NIGHT VIEW OF SAINT PETER'S BASILICA FROM THE END OF CONCILIAZIONE ROAD IN ROME.
A night view of Saint Peter's Basilica from the end of Conciliazione road in the first hours of the day in Rome December 16, 2003. Italian police will close the main road leading to the Vatican every night from midnight to 6.00 a.m. during the Christmas holidays as part of measures to boost security after warnings of an attack on Christian sites. The decision comes after newspaper La Repubblica reported that the Israeli secret services had warned of a "probable attack in Italy" against a major Christian symbol at Christmas. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/CP
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