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FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
Palestinian police officers loyal to Hamas push back Salafists during a protest against satirical French... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian police officers loyal to Hamas push back Salafists during a protest against satirical French... 
Palestinian police officers loyal to Hamas push back Salafists during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
Palestinian riot police loyal to Hamas stand guard during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian riot police loyal to Hamas stand guard during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine... 
Palestinian riot police loyal to Hamas stand guard during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
Palestinian Salafists wave flags during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian Salafists wave flags during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's... 
Palestinian Salafists wave flags during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
A Palestinian police officer loyal to Hamas pushes back Salafists during a protest against satirical... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian police officer loyal to Hamas pushes back Salafists during a protest against satirical French... 
A Palestinian police officer loyal to Hamas pushes back Salafists during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
Palestinian Salafists shout during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian Salafists shout during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's... 
Palestinian Salafists shout during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
Hamas police push back Palestinian Salafists during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Hamas police push back Palestinian Salafists during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine... 
Hamas police push back Palestinian Salafists during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA CRIME LAW) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
A Palestinian Salafist burns a French national flag during a protest against the satirical French weekly... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
A Palestinian Salafist burns a French national flag during a protest outside the French Cultural Centre... 
A Palestinian Salafist burns a French national flag during a protest against the satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PALESTINIANS
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January 19, 2015 
A Palestinian Salafist shouts during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian Salafist shouts during a protest against satirical French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo's... 
A Palestinian Salafist shouts during a protest against satirical French weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, outside the French Cultural Centre in Gaza city January 19, 2015. Dozens of Jihadist Salafi men rallied in Gaza on Monday to condemn continued publication by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet. Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/AFGHANISTAN
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January 19, 2015 
Afghans set fire to a French national flag during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly... 
Jalalabad, Afghanistan 
Afghans set fire to a French national flag during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly... 
Afghans set fire to a French national flag during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, in Jalalabad city January 19, 2015. French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. REUTERS/ Parwiz (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/AFGHANISTAN
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January 19, 2015 
Afghans chant slogans during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo's cartoons... 
Jalalabad, Afghanistan 
Afghans chant slogans during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo's cartoons... 
Afghans chant slogans during a demonstration against the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, in Jalalabad city January 19, 2015. French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published a picture of Mohammad weeping on its cover last week after gunmen stormed its offices in Paris, killing 12 people. The gunmen said the attack was revenge for cartoons the magazine had published mocking Islam. The sign (R) reads, "The world must respect the Islam religion. We strongly condemn the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, which featured a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad." REUTERS/Parwiz (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/GERMANY
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January 17, 2015 
Customers queue outside a newsagent's and bookstore to buy copies of the first edition of French satirical... 
Berlin, Germany 
Customers queue outside a newsagent's and bookstore to buy copies of first edition of French satirical... 
Customers queue outside a newsagent's and bookstore to buy copies of the first edition of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo published after the deadly attacks by Islamist gunmen in Paris last week, at the main Hauptbahnhof railway station in Berlin January 17, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/GERMANY
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January 17, 2015 
Police officers monitor the area as customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy a copy of... 
Berlin, Germany 
Police officers monitor area as customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy a copy of first... 
Police officers monitor the area as customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy a copy of the first edition of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo published after the deadly attacks by Islamist gunmen in Paris last week, at the main Hauptbahnhof railway station in Berlin January 17, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/GERMANY
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January 17, 2015 
Customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy copies of the first edition of French satirical... 
Berlin, Germany 
Customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy copies of first edition of French satirical... 
Customers queue outside a newsagent and bookstore to buy copies of the first edition of French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo published after the deadly attacks by Islamist gunmen in Paris last week, at the main Hauptbahnhof railway station in Berlin January 17, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/JORDAN
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January 16, 2015 
Demonstrators try to help a fellow demonstrator who fainted during a protest against satirical French... 
Amman, Jordan 
Demonstrators try to help a fellow demonstrator who fainted during a protest against satirical French... 
Demonstrators try to help a fellow demonstrator who fainted during a protest against satirical French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which featured a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad as the cover of its first edition since an attack by Islamist gunmen, after the Friday prayer in Amman January 16, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/PAKISTAN
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January 16, 2015 
A policeman uses his gun to disperse protesters during a protest against satirical French weekly Charlie... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
A policeman uses his gun to disperse protesters during a protest against Charlie Hebdo in Karachi 
A policeman uses his gun to disperse protesters during a protest against satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, which featured a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad as the cover of its first edition since an attack by Islamist gunmen, in Karachi January 16, 2015. The protest was organised by organised by students of Jamiat Talaba Islam (JTI), the student wing of religious political party Jamaat Islami (JI). Pakistan police fired tear gas and water cannon at about 200 protesters outside the French consulate in the southern port city of Karachi on Friday when a demonstration against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo turned violent. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 16, 2015 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly editor-in-chief and cartoonist Stephane... 
Pontoise, France 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of late Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly editor-in-chief and cartoonist Stephane... 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of the Charlie Hebdo satirical weekly editor-in-chief and cartoonist Stephane Charbonnier, known as Charb, as people react during a ceremony in Pontoise, outside Paris, January 16. 2015. Ceremonies continue to honour the memories of the 17 people who were killed in last week's attacks. REUTERS/Martin Bureau/Pool (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 15, 2015 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of late satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Bernard Verlhac,... 
Montreuil, France 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of late satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo cartoonist after a tribute... 
Pallbearers carry the coffin of late satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Bernard Verlhac, known as Tignous, after a tribute at the Montreuil town hall, near Paris, January 15, 2015. Ceremonies continue to honour the memories of the 17 people who were killed in last week's attacks. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (L) talks to director of Spanish newspaper El Pais Antonio Cano... 
Madrid, Spain 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy talks to director of Spanish newspaper El Pais Antonio Cano during... 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (L) talks to director of Spanish newspaper El Pais Antonio Cano during a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (R) delivers a speech in front of French ambassador Jerome Bonnafont... 
Madrid, Spain 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy delivers a speech during a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo... 
French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy (R) delivers a speech in front of French ambassador Jerome Bonnafont (L), Prisa CEO and co-founder of Spanish newspaper El Pais Juan Luis Cebrian (2nd L) and director of Spanish newspaper El Pais Antonio Cano during a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a... 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais... 
Madrid, Spain 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais... 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais... 
Madrid, Spain 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais... 
An armed Spanish police officer stands guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN-EL PAIS
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January 14, 2015 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a... 
Spanish police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of Spanish newspaper El Pais after a homage to the victims of Charlie Hebdo attack in Madrid January 14, 2015. Spanish newspaper El Pais published translated versions of Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday (January 14) as the satirical French magazine went on sale a week after it was attacked by Islamist gunmen. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 14, 2015 
People queue to get a copy of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new issue titled "Tout est pardonne"... 
Paris, France 
People queue to get a copy of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new issue showing a caricature... 
People queue to get a copy of satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new issue titled "Tout est pardonne" ("All is forgiven") showing a caricature of Prophet Mohammad in front of a kiosk in Paris January 14, 2015. Charlie Hebdo publishes a front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition on the news stands on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA) 
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January 13, 2015 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (R) and cartoonist Luz (L) attend a... 
Paris, France 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Pelloux and cartoonist Luz attend a news conference... 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (R) and cartoonist Luz (L) attend a news conference at the French newspaper Liberation offices in Paris, January 13, 2015. Charlie Hebdo will publish the front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition due on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
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January 13, 2015 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (R) comforts cartoonist Luz (L) as... 
Paris, France 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Pelloux comforts cartoonist Luz as they attend a news... 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (R) comforts cartoonist Luz (L) as they attend a news conference at the French newspaper Liberation offices in Paris, January 13, 2015. Charlie Hebdo will publish the front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition due on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 13, 2015 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (C), cartoonist Luz (L) and Liberation... 
Paris, France 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Pelloux, cartoonist Luz and Liberation editor in chief... 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pelloux (C), cartoonist Luz (L) and Liberation editor in chief Laurent Joffrin (R) attend a news conference at the French newspaper Liberation offices in Paris, January 13, 2015. Charlie Hebdo will publish the front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition due on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 13, 2015 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Gerard Briard (L) and columnist Patrick Pelloux... 
Paris, France 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Briard and columnist Pelloux comfort cartoonist... 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Gerard Briard (L) and columnist Patrick Pelloux comfort cartoonist Luz (2ndL) as Liberation editor in chief Laurent Joffrin (R) looks on during a news conference at the French newspaper Liberation offices in Paris, January 13, 2015. Charlie Hebdo will publish the front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition due on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 13, 2015 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Gerard Briard (L) and columnist Patrick Pelloux... 
Paris, France 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Briard and columnist Pelloux comfort cartoonist... 
Satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo new editor in chief Gerard Briard (L) and columnist Patrick Pelloux comfort cartoonist Luz (C) during a news conference at the French newspaper Liberation offices in Paris, January 13, 2015. Charlie Hebdo will publish the front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since Islamist gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper. With demand surging for the edition due on Wednesday, the weekly planned to print up to 3 million copies and in sixteen languages, dwarfing its usual run of 60,000, after newsagents reported that large numbers of customers around the country were placing orders. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Ceremonies for Victims - 15 Jan 2015 
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Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Security Measures - 14 Jan 2015 
13 PICTURES 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Top Pictures - 15 Jan 2015 
73 PICTURES 
A Picture And Its Story
A Picture And Its Story 
The Pencil Guiding The People - 12 Jan 2015 
8 PICTURES 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Unity March - 12 Jan 2015 
23 PICTURES 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Je Suis Charlie - 15 Jan 2015 
51 PICTURES 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
Global Reactions - 15 Jan 2015 
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FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 11, 2015 
People hold panels to create the eyes of late Charlie Hebdo editor Stephane Charbonnier, known as "Charb",... 
Paris, France 
People hold panels to create the eyes of late Charlie Hebdo editor Stephane Charbonnier, known as "Charb",... 
People hold panels to create the eyes of late Charlie Hebdo editor Stephane Charbonnier, known as "Charb", as hundreds of thousands of French citizens take part in a solidarity march (Marche Republicaine) in the streets of Paris January 11, 2015. French citizens will be joined by dozens of foreign leaders, among them Arab and Muslim representatives, in a march on Sunday in an unprecedented tribute to this week's victims following the shootings by gunmen at the offices of the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, the killing of a police woman in Montrouge, and the hostage taking at a kosher supermarket at the Porte de Vincennes. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/SPAIN
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January 09, 2015 
Pencils and a note that reads "Journalism is publishing what no one wants to publish, the rest are public... 
Madrid, Spain 
Pencils and a note that reads "Journalism is publishing what no one wants to publish, the rest are public... 
Pencils and a note that reads "Journalism is publishing what no one wants to publish, the rest are public relations" are seen outside the French Embassy in Madrid January 9, 2015. Spain said it was beefing up security around key infrastructure after an armed attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday in which at least 12 people were killed. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
Paris Attacks
Paris Attacks 
French Hostage Sites Stormed - 09 Jan 2015 
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FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin, January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin, January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin, January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin, January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
Police secure the main entrance of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin January... 
Berlin, Germany 
Police secure the main entrance of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin 
Police secure the main entrance of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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January 08, 2015 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
Berlin, Germany 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel... 
An electronic advertising board displays "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) on the roof of the German Axel Springer publishing group headquarters in Berlin, January 8, 2015. France began a day of mourning for the journalists and police officers shot dead on Wednesday morning by black-hooded gunmen who stormed the Paris offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, renowned for lampooning radical Islam. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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November 26, 2014 
A Palestinian fighter from the Izz el-Deen al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the Hamas movement,... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
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A Palestinian fighter from the Izz el-Deen al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the Hamas movement, gestures inside an underground tunnel in Gaza in this August 18, 2014 file photo. A rare tour that Hamas granted to a Reuters reporter, photographer and cameraman appeared to be an attempt to dispute Israel's claim that it had demolished all of the Islamist group's border infiltration tunnels in the Gaza war.

I was part of a Reuters team who were given exclusive access to take pictures of the tunnels used by Hamas' armed wing to fight against Israel. We were blindfolded by Hamas militants and guided to an undisclosed location. Suddenly I found myself inside a dark and scary tunnel. I could barely breathe inside the place it was so deep and cold. The dim light and narrowness of the tunnel made it very difficult to take pictures. It was a very special story as the Reuters team were the first people to be allowed into the tunnels. The pictures were published in many papers and magazines around the world. - Mohammed Salem REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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October 09, 2014 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New... 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New Life) magazine office in Hanoi, October 9, 2014. The 36-year old MBA scholar with two bachelor degrees is one of the two bureau members of Doi Moi magazine, a monthly 60-page Braille magazine that is Vietnam's only magazine for the blind. Doi Moi magazine is distributed to nearly 70,000 members of the country's blind population for free every month, according to Viet Anh. Viet Anh also publishes Braille children's books and publications and audio material for blind adults. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY) 
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October 09, 2014 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, checks a Braille draft as she edits articles at the Doi... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, checks a Braille draft as she edits articles at the Doi... 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, checks a Braille draft as she edits articles at the Doi Moi (New Life) magazine office in Hanoi, October 9, 2014. The 36-year old MBA scholar with two bachelor degrees is one of the two bureau members of Doi Moi magazine, a monthly 60-page Braille magazine that is Vietnam's only magazine for the blind. Doi Moi magazine is distributed to nearly 70,000 members of the country's blind population for free every month, according to Viet Anh. Viet Anh also publishes Braille children's books and publications and audio material for blind adults. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY) 
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October 09, 2014 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New... 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads from Braille as she records audio at the Doi Moi (New Life) magazine office in Hanoi, October 9, 2014. The 36-year old MBA scholar with two bachelor degrees is one of the two bureau members of Doi Moi magazine, a monthly 60-page Braille magazine that is Vietnam's only magazine for the blind. Doi Moi magazine is distributed to nearly 70,000 members of the country's blind population for free every month, according to Viet Anh. Viet Anh also publishes Braille children's books and publications and audio material for blind adults. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY) 
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October 09, 2014 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles... 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles on her laptop at the Doi Moi (New Life) magazine office in Hanoi, October 9, 2014. The 36-year old MBA scholar with two bachelor degrees is one of the two bureau members of Doi Moi magazine, a monthly 60-page Braille magazine that is Vietnam's only magazine for the blind. Doi Moi magazine is distributed to nearly 70,000 members of the country's blind population for free every month, according to Viet Anh. Viet Anh also publishes Braille children's books and publications and audio material for blind adults. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY) 
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October 09, 2014 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles... 
Editor-in-chief Dinh Viet Anh, who is blind, reads notes from a Braille notetaker as she edits articles on her laptop at the Doi Moi (New Life) magazine office in Hanoi, October 9, 2014. The 36-year old MBA scholar with two bachelor degrees is one of the two bureau members of Doi Moi magazine, a monthly 60-page Braille magazine that is Vietnam's only magazine for the blind. Doi Moi magazine is distributed to nearly 70,000 members of the country's blind population for free every month, according to Viet Anh. Viet Anh also publishes Braille children's books and publications and audio material for blind adults. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY) 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/POLL
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September 10, 2014 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) gestures during her campaign rally... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party gestures during her campaign rally in... 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) gestures during her campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 10, 2014. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has recovered support and is running neck-and-neck with environmentalist Marina Silva in a likely second-round runoff in the October election, a poll published on Wednesday showed. Silva has 42 percent of voter support in a second-round vote, one percentage point ahead of Rousseff, according to the survey by polling firm Vox Populi. The poll was commissioned by weekly news magazine Carta Capital and published on its website. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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September 10, 2014 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva (L) of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) holds a baby next to his mother... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Presidential candidate Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) holds a baby next to his mother during... 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva (L) of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) holds a baby next to his mother (R) during her campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 10, 2014. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has recovered support and is running neck-and-neck with environmentalist Marina Silva in a likely second-round runoff in the October election, a poll published on Wednesday showed. Silva has 42 percent of voter support in a second-round vote, one percentage point ahead of Rousseff, according to the survey by polling firm Vox Populi. The poll was commissioned by weekly news magazine Carta Capital and published on its website. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/POLL
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September 10, 2014 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Presidential candidate Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her campaign... 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 10, 2014. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has recovered support and is running neck-and-neck with environmentalist Marina Silva in a likely second-round runoff in the October election, a poll published on Wednesday showed. Silva has 42 percent of voter support in a second-round vote, one percentage point ahead of Rousseff, according to the survey by polling firm Vox Populi. The poll was commissioned by weekly news magazine Carta Capital and published on its website. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/POLL
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September 10, 2014 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Presidential candidate Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her campaign... 
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) shows a victory sign during her campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 10, 2014. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has recovered support and is running neck-and-neck with environmentalist Silva in a likely second-round runoff in the October election, a poll published on Wednesday showed. Silva has 42 percent of voter support in a second-round vote, one percentage point ahead of Rousseff, according to the survey by polling firm Vox Populi. The poll was commissioned by weekly news magazine Carta Capital and published on its website. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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September 03, 2014 
Germany's coach Joachim Loew receives the Coach Of The Year award from Rainer Holzschuh (R), publisher... 
Duesseldorf, Germany 
Germany's coach Loew receives the Coach Of The Year award from Holzschuh, publisher of Kicker magazine,... 
Germany's coach Joachim Loew receives the Coach Of The Year award from Rainer Holzschuh (R), publisher of Kicker magazine, before a friendly soccer match between Germany and Argentina in Duesseldorf September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: HEADSHOT SOCCER SPORT)
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April 11, 2014 
Jann Wenner, co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine, speaks during the 29th annual Rock and... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Wenner, co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine, speaks during 29th annual Rock and Roll Hall... 
Jann Wenner, co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine, speaks during the 29th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS) 
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