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JAPAN/
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January 30, 2012
Car manuals and a moneybag are seen inside a tsunami-destroyed car in Namie town, inside the exclusion...
Fukushima, Japan
Car manuals and a moneybag are seen inside a tsunami-destroyed car in Namie town, Fukushima
Car manuals and a moneybag are seen inside a tsunami-destroyed car in Namie town, inside the exclusion zone of a 20-km (12-mile) radius around the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture January 28, 2012. A 9.0-magnitude earthquake and massive tsunami on March 11, 2011 triggered the world's worst nuclear accident in 25 years and forced residents around Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant to flee, leaving behind in many cases their household belongings or pets. The triple whammy is still forcing more than 150,000 people from Fukushima prefecture to take refuge, nearly half of them from the no-go zone. Picture taken January 28, 2012. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
PALESTINIANS/
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October 24, 2008
A Palestinian woman watches a rally organised by the Islamic Jihad movement in Khan Younis in the southern...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian woman watches a rally organised by Islamic Jihad movement in Khan Younis in the southern...
A Palestinian woman watches a rally organised by the Islamic Jihad movement in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip October 24, 2008. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA)
EAST-INFLATION/
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March 13, 2008
A woman counts coins in her wallet at a central market in Riga March 5, 2008. Until recently eastern...
Riga, Latvia
To match feature EAST-INFLATION
A woman counts coins in her wallet at a central market in Riga March 5, 2008. Until recently eastern Europe had strong growth, but prices were fairly steady: now, led by food and fuel prices, basic necessities are rapidly being priced beyond people's reach. The elderly are feeling the sharpest punishment for their governments' ambitions in taking the eastern European states into the European Union. But prices surging at double-digit rates also pose a dilemma for officials who are forced to choose between supporting growth and capping prices. Picture taken March 5, 2008. To match feature EAST-INFLATION/. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA)
COINS-MINT/JEFFERSONO
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August 15, 2007
Rob Coles (R), dressed as former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, hands out newly minted dollar coins...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Man dressed as former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson hands out newly minted dollar coins in front of...
Rob Coles (R), dressed as former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, hands out newly minted dollar coins in front of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington August 15, 2007. The U.S. Mint unveiled the coin featuring the image of Jefferson as part of their Presidential coin program. REUTERS/Jim Young (United States)
BUSINESS FINANCIAL BARCLAYS RESULTS
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February 21, 2006
A Barclays Bank's customer takes out a bank card in London February 21, 2006. Barclays Plc, Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
A Barclays Bank's customer takes out a bank card in London
A Barclays Bank's customer takes out a bank card in London February 21, 2006. Barclays Plc, Britain's third-biggest bank, said on Tuesday profits jumped 15 percent to a record last year, just beating analysts' forecasts as higher investment banking income offset a big rise in bad debts. Expansion in the bank's international business easily outpaced domestic growth, where it is struggling to turn around the Woolwich mortgage business and lost further market share. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
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