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SOCCER-WORLD/MASCOT
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September 17, 2012
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's presentation in Rio de Janeiro September 17, 2012. Brazil have chosen an endangered armadillo as the mascot for the 2014 World Cup. FIFA said the mascot, unveiled by former Brazil striker Ronaldo during a television programme late on Sunday, represented the three-banded armadillo, an endangered species indigenous to Brazil. FIFA said a vote would be held to choose the mascot's name. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-WORLD/MASCOT
RTR382WF
September 17, 2012
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's presentation in Rio de Janeiro September 17, 2012. Brazil have chosen an endangered armadillo as the mascot for the 2014 World Cup. FIFA said the mascot, unveiled by former Brazil striker Ronaldo during a television programme late on Sunday, represented the three-banded armadillo, an endangered species indigenous to Brazil. FIFA said a vote would be held to choose the mascot's name. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-WORLD/MASCOT
RTR382WB
September 17, 2012
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's...
Youths from the Morro dos Macacos slum dance with the official 2014 World Cup mascot during the mascot's presentation in Rio de Janeiro September 17, 2012. Brazil have chosen an endangered armadillo as the mascot for the 2014 World Cup. FIFA said the mascot, unveiled by former Brazil striker Ronaldo during a television programme late on Sunday, represented the three-banded armadillo, an endangered species indigenous to Brazil. FIFA said a vote would be held to choose the mascot's name. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SPAIN
RTXRR9L
December 11, 2009
Spanish musician Macaco holds up his award for best video at the 40 Principales (Top Forty) Annual Music...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish musician Macaco holds up his award for best video at the 40 Principales (Top Forty) Annual Music...
Spanish musician Macaco holds up his award for best video at the 40 Principales (Top Forty) Annual Music Awards at the Palacio de Deporte in Madrid December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTUZ
October 20, 2009
A police officer looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A police officer looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio...
A police officer looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTUX
October 20, 2009
A woman looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A woman looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
A woman looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly
$60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTUW
October 20, 2009
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTUU
October 20, 2009
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Residents look at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTR4
October 20, 2009
A boy looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A boy looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro...
A boy looks at a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTR1
October 20, 2009
A boy rides his bike near a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A boy rides his bike near a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio...
A boy rides his bike near a body found inside a supermarket cart in the Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. The man is suspected to have been killed by rival drug gangs, residents say. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTQI
October 20, 2009
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo at Morro dos...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo in Rio de...
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo at Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics.
Rio, which will also host matches during the 2014 World Cup, beat out competition from Chicago, Tokyo and Madrid to become the first South American city to host the games. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW SPORT SOCCER)
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/
RTXPTQH
October 20, 2009
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo at Morro dos...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo in Rio de...
An envelope containing crack is pictured with a drawing of Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo at Morro dos Macacos slum in Rio de Janeiro October 20, 2009. Brazil's president offered on Monday nearly $60 million in federal money to help Rio de Janeiro police combat drug gangs after 17 people were killed in weekend violence that raised questions over the city's ability to safely host the 2016 Olympics.
Rio, which will also host matches during the 2014 World Cup, beat out competition from Chicago, Tokyo and Madrid to become the first South American city to host the games. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW SPORT SOCCER)
BRAZIL/
RTXPRZG
October 19, 2009
Police take up positions in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs, in Rio de...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Police take up positions in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs
Police take up positions in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs, in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2009. A police helicopter was shot down by the gangs when it tried to intervene in the battle, leaving two policemen killed and two injured in the crash. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTXPRZF
October 19, 2009
A policeman takes position in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs, in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A policeman takes position in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs
A policeman takes position in the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs, in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2009. A police helicopter was shot down by the gangs when it tried to intervene in the battle, leaving two policemen killed and two injured in the crash. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTXPRZE
October 19, 2009
A policeman puts his hand in a bag containing dozens of spent bullet casings that he helped collect from...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A policeman puts his hand in a bag containing dozens of spent bullet casings that he helped collect from...
A policeman puts his hand in a bag containing dozens of spent bullet casings that he helped collect from the Morro dos Macacos slum after a shootout between drug gangs, in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2009. A police helicopter was shot down by the gangs when it tried to intervene in the battle, leaving two policemen killed and two injured in the crash. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA-EXTRADITION/
RTR20AQD
May 07, 2008
Colombia's president Alvaro Uribe speaks during a conference at an university in Medellin Mayo 7, 2008....
Medellin, Colombia
Colombia's president Uribe speaks during a conference at an university in Medellin
Colombia's president Alvaro Uribe speaks during a conference at an university in Medellin Mayo 7, 2008. Colombia extradited Carlos "Macaco" Jimenez to the United States on Wednesday, the first time the government has sent a former right-wing paramilitary boss to face U.S. justice for drug trafficking. REUTERS/Fredy Amariles (COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA-PARAMILITARIES/
RTR1T213
August 24, 2007
Colombian jailed paramilitary leaders Mario Jimenez (L) know as 'Macaco' and Diego Murillo 'Don Berna'...
Medellin, Colombia
File photo of Colombian jailed paramilitary leaders Mario Jimenez and Diego Murillo in Medellin
Colombian jailed paramilitary leaders Mario Jimenez (L) know as 'Macaco' and Diego Murillo 'Don Berna' are seen in this file photo taken May 14, 2007. Colombia's government offered to extradite Jimenez to the United States on August 24, 2007, after kicking him out of a peace accord for organizing drug trafficking from his prison cell and Murillo was transferred to another prison for security during a probe of possible violations of his peace deal. REUTERS/Fredy Amariles/Files (COLOMBIA)
BULGARIA-WEATHER/
RTR1R5LH
June 26, 2007
A baby macaco cools off in a basin during a heatwave in Sofia's Zoo June 26, 2007. Temperatures in the...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Baby macaco cools off in a basin during a heatwave in Sofia's Zoo
A baby macaco cools off in a basin during a heatwave in Sofia's Zoo June 26, 2007. Temperatures in the Balkan country soared to 40 degrees Celsius (105.8 Fahrenheit) on Tuesday. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov(Bulgaria)
SPORT SOCCER
RTRTLLG
April 17, 2005
Quilmes club fans hold up a banner that reads: 'Grafite macaco' (monkey) prior to their Argentine First...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Quilmes fans hold up a banner prior to their Argentine First Division soccer match.
Quilmes club fans hold up a banner that reads: 'Grafite macaco' (monkey) prior to their Argentine First Division soccer match against River Plate at Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, April 17, 2005. Leonardo Desabato of Quilmes was arrested and charged with using racist insults against rival player Grafite of Sao Paulo club during their Copa Libertadores match on April 13 in Sao Paulo and was released on bail two days after. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci REUTERS MBH
BULGARIA
RTRDNG7
October 18, 2004
A black macaco peers from behind bars at the Sofia city zoo, October 18, 2004.. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A black macaco peers from behind the bars at the Sofia city zoo.
A black macaco peers from behind bars at the Sofia city zoo, October 18, 2004.. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov Pictures of the Month October 2004 SN/AA
BULGARIA
RTRDLI9
October 18, 2004
A black macaco peers from behind bars at the Sofia city zoo, October 18, 2004.. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov....
Sofia, Bulgaria
A black macaco peers from behind the bars at the Sofia city zoo.
A black macaco peers from behind bars at the Sofia city zoo, October 18, 2004.. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. SN/AA
MONKEYS
RTXLX48
April 18, 2003
A baby macaco is cuddled by its mother days after it was born in Sofia City Zoo, April 18, 2003. The...
Sofia, Bulgaria
A baby macaco is cuddled by its mother days after it was born in Sofia City Zoo, April 18, 2003. The.....
A baby macaco is cuddled by its mother days after it was born in Sofia City Zoo, April 18, 2003. The number of animals at the cash-strapped zoo has been steadily declining over the past several years.
BULGARIA
RTRM1CD
April 18, 2003
A baby macaco is cuddled by its mother days after it was born in Sofia City
Zoo, April 18, 2003. The...
Sofia, Bulgaria - Republic of
A BABY MACACO IS CUDDLED BY ITS MOTHER IN A ZOO IN SOFIA.
A baby macaco is cuddled by its mother days after it was born in Sofia City
Zoo, April 18, 2003. The number of animals at the cash-strapped zoo has been
steadily declining over the past several years. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
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