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GREECE-HEALTH/
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June 15, 2012
A pediatrician examines a girl inside a social medical centre in the Helliniko suburb of Athens May 24,...
Athens, Greece
A pediatrician examines a girl inside a social medical centre in the Helliniko suburb of Athens
A pediatrician examines a girl inside a social medical centre in the Helliniko suburb of Athens May 24, 2012. A group of doctors as well as other professionals have run the centre since December 2011 on a daily volunteer basis at a building donated by the municipality authorities for this purpose. Greece's rundown state hospitals are cutting off vital drugs, limiting non-urgent operations and rationing even basic medical materials for exhausted doctors as a combination of economic crisis and political stalemate strangle health funding. With Greece now in its fifth year of deep recession, trapped under Europe's biggest public debt burden and dependent on international help to keep paying its bills, the effects are starting to bite deeply into vital services. Picture taken May 24, 2012 REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 12 of 25 FOR PACKAGE 'GREEK HEALTH SYSTEM CRUMBLES'. SEARCH 'RUNDOWN STATE HOSPITALS' TO FIND ALL IMAGES
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
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March 26, 2012
A group of paediatricians from Children's National Medical Center join healthcare law supporters as they...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Group of paediatricians join healthcare law supporters as they rally on sidewalk outside Supreme Court...
A group of paediatricians from Children's National Medical Center join healthcare law supporters as they rally on the sidewalk outside ongoing legal arguments over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court in Washington March 26, 2012. Two years after President Barack Obama signed into law the healthcare overhaul, the Supreme Court on Monday takes up a historic test of whether it is valid under the country's Constitution. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN/
RTR2TTGX
November 10, 2011
Newborn Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital...
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Newborn Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital...
Newborn Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, eastern England November 3, 2011. A private company called Circle will take over NHS hospital, Hinchingbrooke, in 2012 in a deal which will be the first of it's kind, local media reported. Photograph taken on November 3, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2TKOB
November 03, 2011
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke...
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke...
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by a paediatrician in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, eastern England November 3, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTR2TKO6
November 03, 2011
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and...
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and...
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and Simone Rowland look on in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, eastern England November 3, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTR2TKO2
November 03, 2011
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and...
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Newborn Alexander Rowland is examined by Paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and Simone Rowland...
Newborn baby boy Alexander Rowland is examined by paediatrician Dr. Anna Hoad as his parents Paul and Simone Rowland look on in the maternity ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, eastern England November 3, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH)
POPULATION/
RTR2TG1R
October 31, 2011
A paediatrician measures the head of Linda Abigail, the third child of Lourdes Suyapa Rodriguez, 35,...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
A paediatrician measures the head of Linda Abigail, the third child of Lourdes Suyapa Rodriguez, 35,...
A paediatrician measures the head of Linda Abigail, the third child of Lourdes Suyapa Rodriguez, 35, after she was born at 00:20 in the childbirth unit of the Escuela hospital in Tegucigalpa October 31, 2011. The world?s population will reach seven billion on 31 October 2011, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. While more people are living longer and healthier lives, says the U.N., gaps between rich and poor are widening and more people than ever are vulnerable to food insecurity and water shortages. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
URUGUAY
RTR2HCU2
August 17, 2010
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, attends a conference by the UNICEF called...
Montevideo, Uruguay
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, attends a conference by the UNICEF in...
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, attends a conference by the UNICEF called "investment in babyhood" at Mercosur building in Montevideo, August 17, 2010. The conference highlights the importance of investing in the care of children. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
URUGUAY
RTR2HCTV
August 17, 2010
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, gestures alongside Uruguayan President...
Montevideo, Uruguay
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, gestures alongside Uruguayan President...
Michelle Bachelet, a paediatrician and Chile's former president, gestures alongside Uruguayan President Jose Mujica (L) during a conference by the UNICEF called "investment in babyhood" at Mercosur building in Montevideo, August 17, 2010. The conference highlights the importance of investing in the care of children. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
BRAZIL-HAITI/
RTR28Y2D
January 16, 2010
Firemen carry the coffin containing the body of Brazilian paediatrician and social worker Zilda Arns...
Curitiba, Brazil
Fireworkers carry the coffin with the body of Brazilian paediatrician and social worker Zilda Arns Neumann...
Firemen carry the coffin containing the body of Brazilian paediatrician and social worker Zilda Arns Neumann during her funeral in Curitiba January 16, 2010. Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Pastoral of the Children and Pastoral Care of the Elderly, collective social action of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil, died during the earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday, the Brazilian government said. REUTERS/Luiz Costa (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER OBITUARY)
BRAZIL-HAITI/
RTR28WYM
January 16, 2010
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attends a funeral for Brazilian paediatrician and social...
Curitiba, Brazil
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attends a funeral for Brazilian paediatrician and social...
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attends a funeral for Brazilian paediatrician and social worker Zilda Arns Neumann in the Araucarias governor palace in Curitiba January 15, 2010. Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Pastoral of the Children and Pastoral Care of the Elderly, collective social action of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil, died during the earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday, the Brazilian government said. REUTERS/Luiz Costa (BRAZILOBITUARY - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS) OBITUARY
QUAKE-HAITI/
RTR28TQY
January 13, 2010
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
File photo of Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's Pastoral and Pastoral Care of the Elderly, collective social action of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil, holds a child in these February 10, 2004 file photo. Arns Neumann died during the earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday, according to the Brazilian government. REUTERS/Cesar Ferrari (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY OBITUARY)
HAITI/
RTR28TPG
January 13, 2010
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
File photo shows Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's Pastoral and Pastoral Care of the Elderly, collective social action of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil, weighs a child in this February 10, 2004 file photo. Arns Neumann died during the earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday, according to the Brazilian government. REUTERS/Cesar Ferrari (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER OBITUARY SOCIETY)
QUAKE-HAITI/
RTR28TPA
January 13, 2010
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
File photo of Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann
Brazilian medical paediatrician Zilda Arns Neumann, the founder and national coordinator of the Children's Pastoral and Pastoral Care of the Elderly, collective social action of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil, holds a child in these February 10, 2004 file photo. Arns Neumann died during the earthquake that rocked Haiti on Tuesday, according to the Brazilian government. REUTERS/Cesar Ferrari (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY OBITUARY)
US-HEALTHCARE
RTR26901
July 30, 2009
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United States government debates health care reform. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES HEALTH)
US-HEALTHCARE
RTR26900
July 30, 2009
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United States government debates health care reform. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES HEALTH)
US-HEALTHCARE
RTR268ZZ
July 30, 2009
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California
Medical supplies in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United States government debates health care reform. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES HEALTH)
US-HEALTHCARE
RTR268ZY
July 30, 2009
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California
Medical equipment in a paediatrician's office is shown in Encinitas, California July 30, 2009 as the United States government debates health care reform. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES HEALTH)
GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS
RTR25DY4
July 07, 2009
German paediatrician Ingeborg Rapoport, 97, speaks during an interview in her house in Berlin July 3,...
Berlin, Germany
To match feature GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS
German paediatrician Ingeborg Rapoport, 97, speaks during an interview in her house in Berlin July 3, 2009. Rapoport was among a handful of Western Communists who chose a life on the other side of the 'Iron Curtain' even though many East Germans dreamed of living in the West and hundreds died trying to escape. To match feature GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY SOCIETY)
GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS
RTR25DY0
July 07, 2009
German paediatrician Ingeborg Rapoport, 97, speaks during an interview in her house in Berlin July 3,...
Berlin, Germany
To match feature GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS
German paediatrician Ingeborg Rapoport, 97, speaks during an interview in her house in Berlin July 3, 2009. Rapoport was among a handful of Western Communists who chose a life on the other side of the 'Iron Curtain' even though many East Germans dreamed of living in the West and hundreds died trying to escape. To match feature GERMANY-WALL/WESTERNERS REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY SOCIETY)
KENYA
RTR255VP
June 29, 2009
Festina Bahati, 2, sits in the paediatrics burn victims ward 4D at Kenyatta Hopsital, May 18, 2009, after...
Nairobi, Kenya
Festina Bahati sits in the paediatrics burn victims ward 4D at Kenyatta Hopsital
Festina Bahati, 2, sits in the paediatrics burn victims ward 4D at Kenyatta Hopsital, May 18, 2009, after sustaining burns from hot water being poured on her at the Nairobi's Kibera slum in February 2009. REUTERS/Natasha Elkington (KENYA HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR1Y4GS
March 10, 2008
Sick children get medical treatment in a local clinic at the rural area of Poyang, Jiangxi province March...
POYANG, China
Sick children get medical treatment in a local clinic at the rural area of Poyang
Sick children get medical treatment in a local clinic at the rural area of Poyang, Jiangxi province March 10, 2008. In his annual "state of the nation" report to parliament, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao targeted pollution, misgovernment and the gulf between the urban rich and farming poor as China prepares to go on show at the Olympic Games. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
MEADOW
RTXOA74
February 17, 2006
- FILE PHOTO 21JUN05 - A file photograph dated June 21, 2005 shows British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
London, UK
- FILE PHOTO 21JUN05 - A file photograph dated June 21, 2005 shows British paediatrician Sir Roy Mea.....
- FILE PHOTO 21JUN05 - A file photograph dated June 21, 2005 shows British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arriving at a General Medical Council hearing in London. [Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children, has won his appeal on Friday against a ban to stop him practising as a doctor when the judge ruled his mistake in giving misleading evidence at a criminal trial had been "honest".]
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHO3B
July 15, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was banned from practising as a doctor because he gave "misleading" evidence in one case. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/RD/TZ
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHNWD
July 15, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was banned from practising as a doctor because he gave "misleading" evidence in one case. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/RD/TZ
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHNW6
July 15, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was banned from practising as a doctor because he gave "misleading" evidence in one case. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/RD/TZ
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHNVY
July 15, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves the General Medical Council hearing in London July 15, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was banned from practising as a doctor because he gave "misleading" evidence in one case. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/RD/TY/TZ
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHHK8
July 14, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14,...
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives a hearing at the General Medical Council in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal, could be struck off the medical register after being found guilty on July 13 of giving "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/ASA
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHHK1
July 14, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14,...
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives a hearing at the General Medical Council in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal, could be struck off the medical register after being found guilty on July 13 of giving "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/ASA
MEADOW
RTXNMUH
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 20.....
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was found at a medical tribunal on Wednesday to have given "misleading" evidence in one of the cases.
MEADOW
RTXNMUG
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14,...
London, UK
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14.....
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 14, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal, could be struck off the medical register after being found guilty on July 13 of giving "misleading" evidence in one of the cases.
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHFXX
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Meadow leaves misconduct hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was found at a medical tribunal on Wednesday to have given "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RD/SA
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHFXK
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Meadow leaves misconduct hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was found at a medical tribunal on Wednesday to have given "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RD/SA
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHFX4
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Meadow leaves misconduct hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was found at a medical tribunal on Wednesday to have given "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RD/SA
CRIME BRITAIN MEADOW
RTRHFWF
July 13, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005....
London, UK
British paediatrician Meadow leaves misconduct hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow leaves a General Medical Council hearing in London, July 13, 2005. Meadow, who testified at the trials of several women wrongly convicted of murdering their babies, was found at a medical tribunal on Wednesday to have given "misleading" evidence in one of the cases. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RD/SA
BRITAIN
RTRF1K6
June 21, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow (C) arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June...
London, United Kingdom
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow (C) arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh EK/ASA
BRITAIN
RTRF1JY
June 21, 2005
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London. Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women, including Cannings, who were wrongly accused of killing their children and subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
BRITAIN
RTRF1JR
June 21, 2005
Britain's Donna Anthony arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Donna Anthony arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
Britain's Donna Anthony arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London. Britain's Donna Anthony arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women, including Anthony, who were wrongly accused of killing their children and subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
BRITAIN
RTRF1JB
June 21, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21,...
London, United Kingdom
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh EK/ASA
BRITAIN
RTRF1IQ
June 21, 2005
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow...
Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London. Britain's Angela Cannings arrives at a General Medical Council hearing for paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women, including Cannings, who were wrongly accused of killing their children and subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
BRITAIN
RTRF1GA
June 21, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21,...
London, United Kingdom
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh EK/ASA
BRITAIN
RTRF1FI
June 21, 2005
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21,...
London, United Kingdom
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London.
British paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow arrives at a General Medical Council hearing in London, June 21, 2005. Sir Roy, an expert witness in the cases of British women wrongly accused of killing their children who were subsequently freed by the Court of Appeal after serving time in prison, could be struck off the medical register if found guilty of serious professional misconduct. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh EK/ASA
BRITAIN
RTR7SAP
April 11, 2005
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against...
London, UK
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court in London after having her conviction of murder of her children quashed....
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against her life conviction for the murder of her two children, daughter Jordan aged 11 and son Michael aged 4 in 1998. The original case against Anthony relied on evidence by discredited paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/RUS
BRITAIN
RTR7S8T
April 11, 2005
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against...
London, UK
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court in London after having her conviction of murder of her children quashed....
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against her life conviction for the murder of her two children, daughter Jordan aged 11 and son Michael aged 4 in 1998. The original case against Anthony relied on evidence by discredited paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/RUS
BRITAIN
RTR7S6P
April 11, 2005
Donna Anthony (C) leaves the High Court between two unidentified aides April 11, 2005 in London following...
London, UK
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court in London after having her conviction of murder of her children quashed....
Donna Anthony (C) leaves the High Court between two unidentified aides April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against her life conviction for the murder of her two children, daughter Jordan aged 11 and son Michael aged 4 in 1998. The original case against Anthony relied on evidence by discredited paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/RUS
BRITAIN
RTR7S3Q
April 11, 2005
Donna Anthony (C) leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against...
London, UK
Donna Anthony leaves the High Court in London after having her conviction of murder of her children quashed....
Donna Anthony (C) leaves the High Court April 11, 2005 in London following her successful appeal against her life conviction for the murder of her two children, daughter Jordan aged 11 and son Michael aged 4 in 1998. The original case against Anthony relied on evidence by discredited paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/RUS
ROSHAL
RTXMXBA
September 02, 2004
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan,...
Beslan, Russia
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan,.....
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia, after his negotiations with armed gunmen who seized a school building, September 2, 2004. [Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed on Thursday to do all he could to save hundreds of children, parents and teachers held under threat of death by gunmen for a second day at a Russian school near rebel Chechnya.]
RUSSIA SCHOOL
RTR9UGN
September 02, 2004
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan,...
Beslan, Russia
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan.
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia, after his negotiations with armed gunmen who seized a school building, September 2, 2004. Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed on Thursday to do all he could to save hundreds of children, parents and teachers held under threat of death by gunmen for a second day at a Russian school near rebel Chechnya. REUTERS/Pool/Yuri Kochetkov CVI/DBP
RUSSIA SCHOOL
RTR9UFE
September 02, 2004
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan,...
Beslan, Russia
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan.
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal speaks during his press conference in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia, after his negotiations with armed gunmen who seized a school building, September 2, 2004. Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed on Thursday to do all he could to save hundreds of children, parents and teachers held under threat of death by gunmen for a second day at a Russian school near rebel Chechnya. REUTERS/Pool/Yuri Kochetkov CVI/DBP
RUSSIA SCHOOL
RTR9UEL
September 02, 2004
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal attends his press conference in the town of Beslan, North...
Beslan, Russia
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal attends his press conference in the town of Beslan.
Famous Russian paediatrician Leonid Roshal attends his press conference in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia, after his negotiations with armed gunmen who seized a school building, September 2, 2004. Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed on Thursday to do all he could to save hundreds of children, parents and teachers held under threat of death by gunmen for a second day at a Russian school near rebel Chechnya. REUTERS/Yuri Kochetkov/Pool CVI/DBP
AL RANTISSI
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April 19, 2004
Asma (R) the granddaughter of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, with a picture of Rantissi on her...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Asma (R) the granddaughter of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, with a picture of Rantissi on her.....
Asma (R) the granddaughter of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, with a picture of Rantissi on her forehead, attends the mourning house in Gaza April 19, 2004. [Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing.]
AL RANTISSI
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian boys pray over the grave of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi April 19, 2004 following...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Palestinian boys pray over the grave of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi April 19, 2004 following.....
Palestinian boys pray over the grave of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi April 19, 2004 following his burial on Sunday in Gaza's Martyrs' Cemetery. Rantissi, a 56-year-old [Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing.]
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside slain Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi's mourning tent in...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
PALESTINIAN HAMAS SUPPORTERS PRAY OUTSIDE SLAIN HAMAS LEADER AL-RANTISSI MOURNING TENT IN GAZA.
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside slain Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi's mourning tent in Gaza April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday, hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem AJ/AA
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian relatives of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi wear Hamas headbands at Rantissi's mourning...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
PALESTINIAN RELATIVES OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL-AZIZ AL-RANTISSI WEAR HAMAS HEADBANDS IN GAZA.
Palestinian relatives of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi wear Hamas headbands at Rantissi's mourning house in Gaza on April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem REUTERS AJ/LE
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian relatives of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi wear Hamas headbands at Rantissi's mourning...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
PALESTINIAN RELATIVES OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL-AZIZ AL-RANTISSI WEAR HAMAS HEADBANDS IN GAZA.
Palestinian relatives of Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi wear Hamas headbands at Rantissi's mourning house in Gaza on April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem REUTERS AJ/LE
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
The wife of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, sits at Rantissi mourning house in Gaza April 19,2004....
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
THE WIFE OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL AZIZ AL-RANTISSI SITS AT RANTISSI MOURNING HOUSE IN GAZA.
The wife of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, sits at Rantissi mourning house in Gaza April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem AJ//JV
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Asma (R) the granddaughter of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, with a picture of Rantissi on her...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
THE GRANDDAUGHTER OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL AZIZ AL-RANTISSI ATTENDS THE MOURNING HOUSE IN GAZA.
Asma (R) the granddaughter of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, with a picture of Rantissi on her forehead, attends the mourning house in Gaza April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem AJ/
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
MOHAMMED THE SON OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL AZIZ AL-RANTISSI, STANDS IN FRONT HIS FATHER'S PICTURE AT THE...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
MOHAMMED THE SON OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL AZIZ AL-RANTISSI, STANDS IN FRONT HIS FATHER'S PICTURE AT THE...
MOHAMMED THE SON OF HAMAS LEADER ABDEL AZIZ AL-RANTISSI, STANDS IN FRONT HIS FATHER'S PICTURE AT THE MOURNING TENT IN GAZA. Mohammed the son of Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, stands in front his father's picture at the mourning tent in Gaza April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside slain Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi's mourning tent in...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
PALESTINIAN HAMAS SUPPORTERS PRAY OUTSIDE SLAIN HAMAS LEADER ABDEL-AZIZ AL-RANTISSI MOURNING TENT IN...
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside slain Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi's mourning tent in Gaza April 19,2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem REUTERS AJ/LE
MIDEAST
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April 19, 2004
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi mourning tent in Gaza April...
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of
PALESTINIAN HAMAS SUPPORTERS PRAY OUTSIDE HAMAS LEADER ABDEL-AZIZ AL-RANTISSI'S MOURNING TENT IN GAZA....
Palestinian Hamas supporters pray outside Hamas leader Abdel-Aziz al-Rantissi mourning tent in Gaza April 19, 2004. Rantissi, a 56-year-old Egyptian-trained paediatrician who was outspoken in support of violence against Israel, died when two missiles slammed into his car on Saturday hours after a suicide bomber killed an Israeli soldier at northern Gaza's Erez crossing. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem AJ/WS
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