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SERBIA-WARCRIMES/SESELJ
RTR4VV5O
April 02, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party headquarters...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party headquarters in Belgrade, April 2, 2015. A Serbian ultra-nationalist freed on compassionate grounds by a United Nations war crimes court, then ordered to return for violating the terms of his release, thumbed his nose at the court on Wednesday by setting fire to a Croatian flag. Seselj, who has cancer and was freed in November, repeated that he would not voluntarily return to the tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, which revoked his release order on Monday. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-WARCRIMES/SESELJ
RTR4VV5N
April 02, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj looks on during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj looks on during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj looks on during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party headquarters in Belgrade, April 2, 2015. A Serbian ultra-nationalist freed on compassionate grounds by a United Nations war crimes court, then ordered to return for violating the terms of his release, thumbed his nose at the court on Wednesday by setting fire to a Croatian flag. Seselj, who has cancer and was freed in November, repeated that he would not voluntarily return to the tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, which revoked his release order on Monday. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-WARCRIMES/SESELJ
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April 02, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party headquarters...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj speaks during a news conference inside his Serbian Radical Party headquarters in Belgrade, April 2, 2015. A Serbian ultra-nationalist freed on compassionate grounds by a United Nations war crimes court, then ordered to return for violating the terms of his release, thumbed his nose at the court on Wednesday by setting fire to a Croatian flag. Seselj, who has cancer and was freed in November, repeated that he would not voluntarily return to the tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, which revoked his release order on Monday. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
GUATEMALA/
RTR38AMG
September 23, 2012
Maria Jose Cristerna, 36, a tattoo artist and a former lawyer from Guadalajara Mexico, poses for a picture...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Maria Jose Cristerna, 36, a tattoo artist and a former lawyer from Guadalajara Mexico, poses for a picture...
Maria Jose Cristerna, 36, a tattoo artist and a former lawyer from Guadalajara Mexico, poses for a picture during the Latin American Extreme Fest 2012, in Guatemala City, September 22, 2012. Jose Cristerna, who is also known as Vampire Woman, has 90 percent of her body tattooed and modified with subcutaneous implants. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
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November 17, 2011
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4OP
November 17, 2011
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to...
London, United Kingdom
Ronnie Biggs jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to launch an updated version of his...
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to launch an updated version of his autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4OL
November 17, 2011
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4OG
November 17, 2011
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated...
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs attends a news conference during the launch of his updated autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4OB
November 17, 2011
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) attends a news conference with his son Michael during...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) attends a news conference with his son Michael during...
Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) attends a news conference with his son Michael during the launch of his updated autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4N7
November 17, 2011
Britain's "great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (L) poses near his son Michael during a news conference to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's "great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs poses near his son Michael during a news conference to launch...
Britain's "great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (L) poses near his son Michael during a news conference to launch an updated version of his autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN
RTR2U4N2
November 17, 2011
Britain's "great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to...
London, United Kingdom
Ronnie Biggs jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to launch his an updated version of...
Britain's "great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs (R) jokes with his son Michael during a news conference to launch his an updated version of his autobiography in London, November 17, 2011. Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million from a mail train 48 years ago, was freed early from prison in 2009 on compassionate grounds. Biggs spent 35 years on the run and won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
BRITAIN-BIGGS/
RTR26HWV
August 07, 2009
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release...
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release papers outside Norwich Hospital August 7, 2009. Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million 46 years ago, was freed early from prison on Friday on compassionate grounds as he lay in hospital gravely ill.
Biggs, who spent 35 years on the run, won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BIGGS/
RTR26HW1
August 07, 2009
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, reacts as he holds his father's release papers...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, reacts as he holds his father's release papers...
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, reacts as he holds his father's release papers outside Norwich Hospital August 7, 2009. Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million 46 years ago, was freed early from prison on Friday on compassionate grounds as he lay in hospital gravely ill.
Biggs, who spent 35 years on the run, won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BIGGS/
RTR26HR7
August 07, 2009
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, kisses his father's release papers outside Norwich...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, kisses his father's release papers outside Norwich...
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, kisses his father's release papers outside Norwich Hospital August 7, 2009. Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million 46 years ago, was freed early from prison on Friday on compassionate grounds as he lay in hospital gravely ill.
Biggs, who spent 35 years on the run, won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BIGGS/
RTR26HR3
August 07, 2009
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, smiles as he holds his father's release papers...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, smiles as he holds his father's release papers...
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, smiles as he holds his father's release papers outside Norwich Hospital August 7, 2009. Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million 46 years ago, was freed early from prison on Friday on compassionate grounds as he lay in hospital gravely ill.
Biggs, who spent 35 years on the run, won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN-BIGGS/
RTR26HR2
August 07, 2009
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release...
Michael Biggs, son of "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, celebrates as he holds his father's release papers outside Norwich Hospital August 7, 2009. Britain's "Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs, who stole the equivalent of $50 million 46 years ago, was freed early from prison on Friday on compassionate grounds as he lay in hospital gravely ill.
Biggs, who spent 35 years on the run, won notoriety and some popularity for his ingenuity in evading capture and for cheekily thumbing his nose at the law from sun-soaked beaches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
CUBA-GOLF/
RTX5JFX
May 10, 2008
A man walks in a golf course in Varadero, Cuba May 4, 2008. The only time Cuba's Fidel Castro is known...
Varadero, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-GOLF
A man walks in a golf course in Varadero, Cuba May 4, 2008. The only time Cuba's Fidel Castro is known to have played golf was in 1961, in a stunt thumbing his nose at the United States. Now that Fidel has handed over power to his brother, Raul, Communist Cuba is setting aside any ideological objections and is embracing golf, the most capitalist of sports. Picture taken May 4, 2008. To match feature CUBA-GOLF REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/LIVERPOOL-PORTO
RTX45SC
November 28, 2007
Porto's Lisandro Lopez (L) celebrates scoring against Liverpool during their Champions League Group A...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Porto's Lopez celebrates scoring against Liverpool during their Champions League Group A soccer match...
Porto's Lisandro Lopez (L) celebrates scoring against Liverpool during their Champions League Group A soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England, November 28, 2007. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
FRANCE FESTIVAL
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May 18, 2001
American actress Patricia Arquette thumbs her nose at photographers during a photo call for French director...
Cannes, France
AMERICAN ACTRESS PATRICIA ARQUETTE GESTURES AT PHOTOGRAPHERS AT CANNES FILM FESTIVAL.
American actress Patricia Arquette thumbs her nose at photographers during a photo call for French director Michel Gondry's film "Human Nature" at the 54th International Cannes Film Festival, May 18, 2001.

JES/CRB
FEATURE
RTRR1GA
September 12, 1999
FILE PHOTO 30AUG99 - FOR RELEASE WITH BC-INDIA-ELECTIONS-BJP - Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee...
New Delhi, Republic of India
FEATURE MATCHER FOR BC-INDIA-ELECTIONS-BJP.
FILE PHOTO 30AUG99 - FOR RELEASE WITH BC-INDIA-ELECTIONS-BJP - Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee shows a sword presented to him in an election campaign rally in New Delhi. The Kargil conflict has transformed Vajpayee from the tired and tormented victim of demanding regional partners to India's "man of destiny" who was capable of declaring war against Pakistan and thumbing his nose at international opinon. Picture taken August 30.

KK/TAN/CC
UN RIGHTS CHINA
RTROEY0
April 24, 1999
A customer looks at paintings of Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (below) and U.S. President Clinton, for sale...
Beijing, China
A WOMAN LOOKS AT PAINTINGS OF US PRESIDENT CLINTON AND CHINESE PREMIER ZHU RONGJI IN A BEIJING MARKET....
A customer looks at paintings of Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji (below) and U.S. President Clinton, for sale at a flea market in eastern Beijing April 24. Beijing thumbed its nose at Washingtom on Saturday after the U.N. Commission on Human Rights shelved a U.S. resolution criticising China's Human rights record. During President Clinton's visit to Beijing last summer he urged China to be "on the right side of history" in reference to its human rights record.

NB/TAN
USA CHINA
RTRNVNZ
April 10, 1999
Former United States Secretary of State Al Haig (R) thumbs his nose at an announcer who introduced him...
Washington, USA
FORMER US SECRETARY OF STATE AL HAIG MEETS WITH ZHU RONGJI.
Former United States Secretary of State Al Haig (R) thumbs his nose at an announcer who introduced him improperly at a dinner honoring Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji April 9. Zhu is in the second day of his official state visit to the United States.

GAC
ENTERTAINMENT GLOBE
RTRL9RT
January 25, 1999
Italian actor Roberto Benigni thumbs his nose for photographers backstage at the 56th annual Golden Globe...
Beverly Hills, USA
ITALIAN ACTOR ROBERTO BENIGNI CLOWNS WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Italian actor Roberto Benigni thumbs his nose for photographers backstage at the 56th annual Golden Globe awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, January 24. Benigni was a presenter during the program and is currently starring in the movie "Life Is Beautiful".

JM/RC/CC
BENIGNI
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January 24, 1999
Italian actor Roberto Benigni thumbs his nose for photographers backstage at the 56th annual Golden Globe...
Beverly Hills, USA
Italian actor Roberto Benigni thumbs his nose for photographers backstage at the 56th annual Golden .....
Italian actor Roberto Benigni thumbs his nose for photographers backstage at the 56th annual Golden Globe awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, January 24. Benigni was a presenter during the program and is currently starring in the movie "Life Is Beautiful".
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