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KENYA-ELECTION/
RTS1FEBD
October 06, 2017
A suspected mugger attempts to escape from supporters of the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA)...
Nairobi, Kenya
A suspected mugger attempts to escape from supporters of the opposition NASA coalition during a protest...
A suspected mugger attempts to escape from supporters of the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition during a protest calling for the sacking of election board officials involved in August's cancelled presidential vote, in Nairobi, Kenya October 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
BELGIUM/
RTX8U5L
September 23, 2008
Francoise De Roy leaves the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing her son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's mother leaves the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels
Francoise De Roy leaves the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing her son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U4M
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck leaves the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at...
Brussels, Belgium
Guy Van Holsbeeck leaves the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at...
Guy Van Holsbeeck leaves the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U3M
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (R) talk to media at the end of the trial of a Polish youth accused...
Brussels, Belgium
Parents talk to media at end of trial of Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck,...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (R) talk to media at the end of the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U2K
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C) and a relative leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe...
Brussels, Belgium
Father and relative leave trial of Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels'...
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C) and a relative leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U2E
September 23, 2008
Relatives of a Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave the Brussels' Justice Palace,...
Brussels, Belgium
Relatives of Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave Brussels' Justice Palace
Relatives of a Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U2A
September 23, 2008
Relatives of a Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave the Brussels' Justice Palace,...
Brussels, Belgium
Relatives of Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave Brussels' Justice Palace
Relatives of a Polish youth accused of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck leave the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U1H
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their...
Brussels, Belgium
Parents leave trial of Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels' Justice...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U1C
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck (L) walks past a relative of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Father walks past relative of Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels'...
Guy Van Holsbeeck (L) walks past a relative of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U1A
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck (L) walks past a relative of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Father walks past relative of Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels'...
Guy Van Holsbeeck (L) walks past a relative of a Polish youth accused of killing his son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U19
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their...
Brussels, Belgium
Parents leave trial of Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels' Justice...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace, September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTX8U17
September 23, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their...
Brussels, Belgium
Parents leave trial of Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at Brussels' Justice...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L) leave the trial of a Polish youth accused of killing their son, Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Brussels' Justice Palace September 23, 2008. The accused, identified as Adam G., was convicted of violent theft leading to death, but cleared of murder. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-CRIME/
RTR220FW
September 18, 2008
General view of a courtroom during the trial of a Polish youth known only as Adam G. who is suspected...
Brussels, Belgium
General view of a courtroom during the trial of a Polish youth known only as Adam G in Brussels
General view of a courtroom during the trial of a Polish youth known only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 18, 2008. Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his MP3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-CRIME/
RTR220FV
September 18, 2008
Frederic Clement de Clety (L) and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only...
Brussels, Belgium
Lawyers of a Polish youth sit in a courtroom at the Palace of Justice in Brussels
Frederic Clement de Clety (L) and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, sit in a courtroom at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 18, 2008. Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his MP3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-CRIME/
RTR220FU
September 18, 2008
Court of Justice President Karine Gerard presides over the trial of a Polish youth identified only as...
Brussels, Belgium
Court of Justice President Gerard presides over a trial in Brussels
Court of Justice President Karine Gerard presides over the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 18, 2008. Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his MP3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WMJ
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C), father of Joe Van Holsbeeck, awaits the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's father awaits the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C), father of Joe Van Holsbeeck, awaits the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing his son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WKI
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), the parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, arrive at the trial of...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents arrive at the trial of a Polish youth at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), the parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, arrive at the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing their son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WI4
September 15, 2008
Court of Justice President Karine Gerard presides over the trial of a Polish youth identified only as...
Brussels, Belgium
Court of Justice President Gerard presides the trial of a Polish youth at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Court of Justice President Karine Gerard presides over the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WHV
September 15, 2008
Frederic Clement de Clety and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only as...
Brussels, Belgium
Lawyers Clement de Clety and Riviere arrive at the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Frederic Clement de Clety and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of Adam G.'s trial at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WHR
September 15, 2008
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is...
Brussels, Belgium
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WHL
September 15, 2008
Frederic Clement de Clety and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only as...
Brussels, Belgium
Lawyers Clement de Clety and Riviere await the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice...
Frederic Clement de Clety and Jean-Philippe Riviere (R), the lawyers of a Polish youth known only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of Adam G.'s trial at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WHH
September 15, 2008
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is...
Brussels, Belgium
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels
Evidence is displayed at the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G., who is suspected of killing Joe Van Holsbeeck, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WH7
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), the parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents await the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), the parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing their son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WGX
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C), father of Joe Van Holsbeeck, awaits the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's father awaits the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck (C), father of Joe Van Holsbeeck, awaits the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing his son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WGW
September 15, 2008
Françoise De Roy, mother of Joe Van Holsbeeck, arrives at the trial of a Polish youth identified only...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's mother arrives at the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels
Françoise De Roy, mother of Joe Van Holsbeeck, arrives at the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing her son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WGM
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (R), parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the trial...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents await the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (R), parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing their son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM/
RTR21WGG
September 15, 2008
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the trial...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents await the start of the trial of Adam G. at the Palace of Justice in Brussels...
Guy Van Holsbeeck and Françoise De Roy (L), parents of Joe Van Holsbeeck, await the start of the trial of a Polish youth identified only as Adam G. who is suspected of killing their son, at the Palace of Justice in Brussels September 15, 2008. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death on April 12, 2006 after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
KENYA-ELECTION/VIOLENCE
RTX58HX
January 05, 2008
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi
A woman is robbed as she returns with goods in the Kibera slum after post-election riots in Nairobi, January 5, 2008. Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki said on Saturday he was ready to form a government of national unity to end post-election violence that has killed 300 people and forced 250,000 to flee their homes. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
BELGIUM
RTXOIQ2
April 23, 2006
Thousands of people gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour...
Brussels, Belgium
Thousands of people gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in h.....
Thousands of people gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour.
BELGIUM
RTXOIQ1
April 23, 2006
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels, April 23,...
Brussels, Belgium
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels, April .....
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour.
BELGIUM
RTXOIQ0
April 23, 2006
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van...
Brussels, Belgium
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe .....
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour.
BELGIUM
RTXOIPZ
April 23, 2006
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 23,...
Brussels, Belgium
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 2.....
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour.
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPDU
April 23, 2006
Thousands of people gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour...
Brussels, Belgium
Thousands of people gather in front Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour...
Thousands of people gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPDQ
April 23, 2006
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van...
Brussels, Belgium
People gather in front Brussels' Central railway station during silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck...
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPDK
April 23, 2006
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents (L and C) are conforted by an unidentified man during a silent march in honour...
Brussels, Belgium
Family and relatives attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents (L and C) are conforted by an unidentified man during a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPDC
April 23, 2006
Flowers are displayed in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck inside Brussels' Central railway station, April...
Brussels, Belgium
Flowers are displayed in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck inside Brussels' Central railway station
Flowers are displayed in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck inside Brussels' Central railway station, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPD9
April 23, 2006
A woman lights a candle in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck inside Brussels' Central railway station April...
Brussels, Belgium
A woman lights a candle in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck at the Brussels' Central railway station
A woman lights a candle in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck inside Brussels' Central railway station April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPD5
April 23, 2006
Jean-Denis Lejeune (R), the father of Julie, a victim of Marc Dutroux talks to Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents...
Brussels, Belgium
Lejeune and Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend silent march in honour of their son in Brussels
Jean-Denis Lejeune (R), the father of Julie, a victim of Marc Dutroux talks to Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents during a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPCI
April 23, 2006
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels, April 23,...
Brussels, Belgium
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Thousands of people attend a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPCF
April 23, 2006
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents (C and R) are comforted by an unidentified man during a silent march in honour...
Brussels, Belgium
Family and relatives attend silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents (C and R) are comforted by an unidentified man during a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPC6
April 23, 2006
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 23,...
Brussels, Belgium
Family and relatives attend silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck in central Brussels
Joe Van Holsbeeck's parents attend a silent march in honour of their son in central Brussels April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPC5
April 23, 2006
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van...
Brussels, Belgium
People gather in front Brussels' Central railway station during silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck...
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MARCH
RTR1CPBU
April 23, 2006
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van...
Brussels, Belgium
People gather in front Brussels' Central railway station during silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck...
People gather in front the Brussels' Central railway station during a silent march in honour of Joe Van Holsbeeck, April 23, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMP1
April 21, 2006
Friends carry the coffin at the end of a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends carry coffin at end of funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends carry the coffin at the end of a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CQHJ
April 20, 2006
Friends attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends attend funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CQHF
April 20, 2006
Friends carry the coffin at the end of a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends carry coffin at end of funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends carry the coffin at the end of a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Friends look at the coffin during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006....
Brussels, Belgium
Friends look at coffin during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends look at the coffin during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Friends mourn and pay tribute during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006....
Brussels, Belgium
Friends mourn during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends mourn and pay tribute during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CQFU
April 20, 2006
A mourner holds the song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels, April 20,...
Brussels, Belgium
Mourner holds song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels
A mourner holds the song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Family attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old...
Brussels, Belgium
Family attend funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Family attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Benoit Doppagne/Pool
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Friends and relatives attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends and relatives attend funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends and relatives attend a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Pool/Benoit Doppagne
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
People look at a giant screen during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006....
Brussels, Belgium
People look at giant screen during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
People look at a giant screen during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMJM
April 20, 2006
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends mourn during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMJI
April 20, 2006
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Joe Van Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends mourn during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Joe Van Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMJ4
April 20, 2006
A mourner holds the song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels, April 20,...
Brussels, Belgium
Mourner holds song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels
A mourner holds the song and prayer sheet of Joe Van Holsbeeck's funeral service in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMIS
April 20, 2006
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends mourn during funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends mourn during a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
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April 20, 2006
Friends carry the coffin after a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck,...
Brussels, Belgium
Friends carry coffin after funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Friends carry the coffin after a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMIO
April 20, 2006
Family and relatives console each other after a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April...
Brussels, Belgium
Family and relatives console each other after funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels
Family and relatives console each other after a funeral service for Joe Van Holsbeeck in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM MURDER
RTR1CMIM
April 20, 2006
Family and relatives follow the hearse of Joe Van Holsbeeck after a funeral service in Brussels, April...
Brussels, Belgium
Family and relatives follow hearse of Joe Van Holsbeeck after funeral service in Brussels
Family and relatives follow the hearse of Joe Van Holsbeeck after a funeral service in Brussels, April 20, 2006. Holsbeeck, a 17-year-old teenager, was stabbed to death last week after refusing to hand over his mp3 player to two muggers in a public area at Brussels' Central railway station during rush hour. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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