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FRANCE-HEALTH/TEST
RTX22JIF 
January 15, 2016 
An ambulance is parked in front of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where... 
Rennes, France 
General view of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital where six people are in a serious condition... 
An ambulance is parked in front of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where six people are in a serious condition after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug, France's health ministry said January 15, 2016. The trial was for a painkiller containing cannabis and took place at a laboratory in Rennes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
FRANCE-HEALTH/TEST
RTX22JFF 
January 15, 2016 
General view of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where six people are in... 
Rennes, France 
General view of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital where six people are in a serious condition... 
General view of an entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where six people are in a serious condition after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug, France's health ministry said January 15, 2016. The trial was for a painkiller containing cannabis and took place at a laboratory in Rennes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
FRANCE-HEALTH/TEST
RTX22JDN 
January 15, 2016 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France,... 
Rennes, France 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital where six people are... 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where six people are in a serious condition after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug, France's health ministry said January 15, 2016. The trial was for a painkiller containing cannabis and took place at a laboratory in Rennes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
FRANCE-HEALTH/TEST
RTX22JD3 
January 15, 2016 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France,... 
Rennes, France 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital where six people are... 
An ambulance is seen outside the Emergency Entrance at the CHU de Rennes hospital, in Rennes, France, where six people are in a serious condition after taking part in a medical trial for an unnamed European laboratory to test a new drug, France's health ministry said January 15, 2016. The trial was for a painkiller containing cannabis and took place at a laboratory in Rennes. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe ATTENTION EDITORS FRENCH LAW REQUIRES THAT CAR REGISTRATION PLATES ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN FRANCE 
USA-DRUGS/NEEDLES
RTX1MQXL 
August 02, 2015 
Tara Burton is seen in the kitchen of her home in Austin, Indiana July 17, 2015. Since Indiana opened... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
Tara Burton is seen in the kitchen of her home in Austin 
Tara Burton is seen in the kitchen of her home in Austin, Indiana July 17, 2015. Since Indiana opened its first state-run needle exchange last spring, Burton, 25, has made weekly visits to turn over needles she used to shoot Opana, a prescription painkiller, up her track-marked arm. The one story clinic, in rural Scot County, Indiana marks a sea change in states where conservative lawmakers had staunchly opposed old needles-for-new exchanges. Photo taken July 17, 2015. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein 
USA-DRUGS/NEEDLES
RTX1MQXH 
August 02, 2015 
Frederick and Tara Burton are seen in the kitchen of their home in Austin, Indiana July 17, 2015. Since... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
Frederick and Tara Burton are seen in the kitchen of their home in Austin 
Frederick and Tara Burton are seen in the kitchen of their home in Austin, Indiana July 17, 2015. Since Indiana opened its first state-run needle exchange last spring, Burton, 25, has made weekly visits to turn over needles she used to shoot Opana, a prescription painkiller, up her track-marked arm. The one story clinic, in rural Scot County, Indiana marks a sea change in states where conservative lawmakers had staunchly opposed old needles-for-new exchanges. Photo taken July 17, 2015. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein 
TOYOTA-EXECUTIVE/FREE
RTX1JHQA 
July 08, 2015 
A car carrying former Toyota Motor Corp executive Julie Hamp leaves Harajuku Police Station in Tokyo... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A car carrying former Toyota Motor Corp executive Hamp leaves Harajuku Police Station in Tokyo 
A car carrying former Toyota Motor Corp executive Julie Hamp leaves Harajuku Police Station in Tokyo July 8, 2015. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office said on Wednesday it had decided not to indict Hamp, who was arrested last month on suspicion of illegally importing the painkiller Oxycodone into Japan. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
TOYOTA-EXECUTIVE/FREE
RTX1JHPE 
July 08, 2015 
Former Toyota Motor Corp executive Julie Hamp (R) hides behind a briefcase as she leaves Harajuku Police... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Former Toyota Motor Corp executive Julie Hamp hides behind a briefcase as she leaves Harajuku Police... 
Former Toyota Motor Corp executive Julie Hamp (R) hides behind a briefcase as she leaves Harajuku Police Station in Tokyo July 8, 2015. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office said on Wednesday it had decided not to indict Hamp, who was arrested last month on suspicion of illegally importing the painkiller Oxycodone into Japan. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SINGAPORE-HEALTH/
RTR45RLP 
September 11, 2014 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
Singapore, Singapore 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of researchers have pioneered at the university in Singapore September 11, 2014. The microneedle patch, made up of dozens of needles 600 microns long (0.6 millimetre) and half as wide, can deliver encapsulated dosages of drugs into the bloodstream through the skin painlessly, as compared to injections. According to Kang, the innovation, which is awaiting clinical trial, can be used potentially for cosmetic and skincare purposes to deliver collagen to inner skin layers, as well as non-invasive administration of drugs such as painkillers and insulin for patients in homecare settings. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE-HEALTH/
RTR45RLO 
September 11, 2014 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
Singapore, Singapore 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of researchers have pioneered at the university in Singapore September 11, 2014. The microneedle patch, made up of dozens of needles 600 microns long (0.6 millimetre) and half as wide, can deliver encapsulated dosages of drugs into the bloodstream through the skin painlessly, as compared to injections. According to Kang, the innovation, which is awaiting clinical trial, can be used potentially for cosmetic and skincare purposes to deliver collagen to inner skin layers, as well as non-invasive administration of drugs such as painkillers and insulin for patients in homecare settings. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE-HEALTH/
RTR45RLM 
September 11, 2014 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
Singapore, Singapore 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of researchers have pioneered at the university in Singapore September 11, 2014. The microneedle patch, made up of dozens of needles 600 microns long (0.6 millimetre) and half as wide, can deliver encapsulated dosages of drugs into the bloodstream through the skin painlessly, as compared to injections. According to Kang, the innovation, which is awaiting clinical trial, can be used potentially for cosmetic and skincare purposes to deliver collagen to inner skin layers, as well as non-invasive administration of drugs such as painkillers and insulin for patients in homecare settings. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY) 
SINGAPORE-HEALTH/
RTR45RLL 
September 11, 2014 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
Singapore, Singapore 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of... 
National University of Singapore's Kang Lifeng shows a sample of a microneedle patch that his team of researchers have pioneered at the university in Singapore September 11, 2014. The microneedle patch, made up of dozens of needles 600 microns long (0.6 millimetre) and half as wide, can deliver encapsulated dosages of drugs into the bloodstream through the skin painlessly, as compared to injections. According to Kang, the innovation, which is awaiting clinical trial, can be used potentially for cosmetic and skincare purposes to deliver collagen to inner skin layers, as well as non-invasive administration of drugs such as painkillers and insulin for patients in homecare settings. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH) 
GSK/
RTX11WYT 
July 24, 2013 
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in a photo illustration in London July 24,... 
London, United Kingdom 
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in London 
A box of Panadol pain relief tablets is seen at a pharmacy in a photo illustration in London July 24, 2013. British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline, rocked by charges of corruption in China, is expected to try and reassure investors about its business prospects when it reports quarterly results. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS) 
Society
Society 
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USA-HEALTH/MENGITIS
RTR38XK1 
October 08, 2012 
Pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone... 
Framingham, UNITED STATES 
Pharmaceutical compounding company NECC, a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, is seen... 
Pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, is seen in Framingham, Massachusetts October 8, 2012. The drug has been linked to a rare form of meningitis that has so far killed eight people. The company, which earlier recalled three lots of the painkiller, has suspended its operations while an investigation proceeds. It expanded its recall on Saturday to all products compounded and distributed at its Framingham facility. Health authorities scrambled on Monday to identify more cases of the widening outbreak of meningitis, including enlisting local police. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH) 
USA-HEALTH/MENGITIS
RTR38XJY 
October 08, 2012 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the... 
Framingham, UNITED STATES 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company NECC, a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate,... 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, is seen in Framingham, Massachusetts October 8, 2012. The drug has been linked to a rare form of meningitis that has so far killed eight people. The company, which earlier recalled three lots of the painkiller, has suspended its operations while an investigation proceeds. It expanded its recall on Saturday to all products compounded and distributed at its Framingham facility. Health authorities scrambled on Monday to identify more cases of the widening outbreak of meningitis, including enlisting local police. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH LOGO) 
USA-HEALTH/MENGITIS
RTR38XJU 
October 08, 2012 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the... 
Framingham, UNITED STATES 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company NECC, a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate,... 
A sign for pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, is seen in Framingham, Massachusetts October 8, 2012. The drug has been linked to a rare form of meningitis that has so far killed eight people. The company, which earlier recalled three lots of the painkiller, has suspended its operations while an investigation proceeds. It expanded its recall on Saturday to all products compounded and distributed at its Framingham facility. Health authorities scrambled on Monday to identify more cases of the widening outbreak of meningitis, including enlisting local police. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH LOGO) 
USA-HEALTH/MENGITIS
RTR38XJS 
October 08, 2012 
A security guard looks out from the front doors of pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding... 
Framingham, UNITED STATES 
A security guard looks out from the front doors of pharmaceutical compounding company NECC, a producer... 
A security guard looks out from the front doors of pharmaceutical compounding company New England Compounding Center (NECC), a producer of the steroid methylprednisolone acetate, in Framingham, Massachusetts October 8, 2012. The drug has been linked to a rare form of meningitis that has so far killed eight people. The company, which earlier recalled three lots of the painkiller, has suspended its operations while an investigation proceeds. It expanded its recall on Saturday to all products compounded and distributed at its Framingham facility. Health authorities scrambled on Monday to identify more cases of the widening outbreak of meningitis, including enlisting local police. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH) 
USA-CRIME/BOEING
RTR2S0VW 
September 30, 2011 
The Osprey assembly line at Boeing's Ridley Park, Pennsylvania plant is seen in this May 6, 2002 file... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
File photo of Osprey assembly line at Boeing's Ridley Park plant in Pennsylvania 
The Osprey assembly line at Boeing's Ridley Park, Pennsylvania plant is seen in this May 6, 2002 file photograph. Federal authorities on September 29, 2011 charged 37 current or former Boeing employees with selling or trying to buy painkillers and anti-anxiety drugs at the suburban Philadelphia plant that makes the V-22 Osprey vertical take-off aircraft and H-47 Chinook helicopters. Following a four-year investigation, U.S. Attorney Zane David Memeger said 23 people were charged with selling the prescription painkiller Oxycontin and other illegal drugs and 14 were charged with attempted possession of various drugs. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT) 
PEOPLE-MICHAELJACKSON/
RTR2S0OT 
September 29, 2011 
A bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home is shown in this frame grab from prosecution evidence... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Frame grab shows a bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home, seen in a prosecution evidence... 
A bottle of propofol found at Michael Jackson's home is shown in this frame grab from prosecution evidence video during Dr. Conrad Murray's trial in the death of pop star Michael Jackson in Los Angeles September 29, 2011. REUTERS/CNN/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-PAINKILLER/RECALL
RTR2QEDI 
August 27, 2011 
A chemist holds a box of Nurofen Plus at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British consumer products... 
London, United Kingdom 
A chemist holds a box of Nurofen Plus at a pharmacy in London 
A chemist holds a box of Nurofen Plus at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British consumer products group Reckitt Benckiser said on Friday it was recalling all its over-the-counter painkiller Nurofen Plus in the UK after five packs were found to contain an anti-psychotic drug or an epilepsy medicine. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW) 
BRITAIN-PAINKILLER/RECALL
RTR2QEDG 
August 27, 2011 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British... 
London, United Kingdom 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British consumer products group Reckitt Benckiser said on Friday it was recalling all its over-the-counter painkiller Nurofen Plus in the UK after five packs were found to contain an anti-psychotic drug or an epilepsy medicine. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW) 
BRITAIN-PAINKILLER/RECALL
RTR2QEDF 
August 27, 2011 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British... 
London, United Kingdom 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London 
Packets of Nurofen Plus are displayed behind the counter at a pharmacy in London August 27, 2011. British consumer products group Reckitt Benckiser said on Friday it was recalling all its over-the-counter painkiller Nurofen Plus in the UK after five packs were found to contain an anti-psychotic drug or an epilepsy medicine. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW) 
COLORADO-OVERDOSE/
RTR2KZW5 
April 08, 2011 
Manuel Angel Rivera from Grand Junction, Colorado is shown in this Mesa County Sheriff's Office booking... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Booking photo of Manuel Angel Rivera from Grand Junction 
Manuel Angel Rivera from Grand Junction, Colorado is shown in this Mesa County Sheriff's Office booking photograph released to Reuters April 8, 2011. Rivera was charged in the overdose death of his one-year-old daughter. Officials said the girl ingested the painkiller oxycodone after he lost one of the pills, according to an arrest warrant affidavit released on April 8. REUTERS/Mesa County Sheriff's Office/Handout (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS 
LIBYA/QAEDA-DRUGS
RTR2JEVX 
March 04, 2011 
EDITOR'S NOTE: PICTURE TAKEN ON GUIDED GOVERNMENT TOUR

Part of a haul of prescription drug Tramadol... 
Tripoli, Libya 
Part of a haul of prescription drug Tramadol seized from a shipping container is displayed by police... 
EDITOR'S NOTE: PICTURE TAKEN ON GUIDED GOVERNMENT TOUR

Part of a haul of prescription drug Tramadol seized from a shipping container is displayed by police in Tripoli March 3, 2011. Libyan authorities accused al Qaeda on Thursday of trying to smuggle 37 million painkillers into the country to alter the minds of young people to join a revolt against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The drugs were hidden in containers that were identified for furniture, sports equipment and marble tiles. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
LIBYA
RTR2JEVV 
March 04, 2011 
EDITOR'S NOTE: PICTURE TAKEN ON GUIDED GOVERNMENT TOUR

A Libyan police officer views a haul of prescription... 
Tripoli, Libya 
A Libyan police officer views a haul of prescription drug Tramadol seized from a shipping container in... 
EDITOR'S NOTE: PICTURE TAKEN ON GUIDED GOVERNMENT TOUR

A Libyan police officer views a haul of prescription drug Tramadol seized from a shipping container in Tripoli March 3, 2011. Libyan authorities accused al Qaeda on Thursday of trying to smuggle 37 million painkillers into the country to alter the minds of young people to join a revolt against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The drugs were hidden in containers that were identified for furniture, sports equipment and marble tiles. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PEOPLE-JACKSON/
RTR25322 
June 27, 2009 
Fans Kim White (L), Sylvia Cruz (2nd L), and Mary Porterfield sing Michael Jackson songs together across... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Fans Kim White, Sylvia Cruz, and Mary Porterfield sing Michael Jackson songs together in Los Angeles 
Fans Kim White (L), Sylvia Cruz (2nd L), and Mary Porterfield sing Michael Jackson songs together across the street from the Los Angeles County Coroners where the late pop star's body is being kept in Los Angeles, California on June 26, 2009. Doctors conducted an autopsy on the body of Michael Jackson on Friday but could not immediately determine what killed the "King of Pop," amid reports he had been injected with a narcotic painkiller shortly before collapsing. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY) 
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/DRUGS
RTXEVH6 
May 08, 2009 
Nidal Abu Dalal, a pharmacist at the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme (GCMHP), sits in his office... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
To match feature PALESTINIANS-GAZA/DRUGS 
Nidal Abu Dalal, a pharmacist at the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme (GCMHP), sits in his office in Gaza City May 6, 2009. Palestinians struggling to cope with the Israeli blockade of Gaza and the trauma of war last January are turning to painkillers and tranquilizers at a rate that risks triggering a wave of addiction. To match feature PALESTINIANS-GAZA/DRUGS REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA HEALTH POLITICS CONFLICT) 
USA-ANTHRAX/
RTR20LEX 
August 03, 2008 
Bruce Ivins, seen in this photograph taken during an award ceremony at a Pentagon ceremony March 14,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
2003 photograph of Bruce Ivins during an award ceremony at Pentagon 
Bruce Ivins, seen in this photograph taken during an award ceremony at a Pentagon ceremony March 14, 2003 where Ivins was awarded the Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service, which is equivalent to the Distinguished Service Medal for military service, took an overdose of painkillers and died on July 29, 2008 in an apparent suicide. Ivins, 62, who worked for the last 18 years at government biodefense research laboratories at Fort Detrick, Maryland, was close to being charged in connection with a series of deadly anthrax attacks in 2001, according to federal law enforcement officials. REUTERS/USAMRIID/Handout (UNITED STATES) 
INDIA
RTR20E85 
July 21, 2008 
75-year-old Ramjee Sao, a roadside dentist and a Hindu holy man, injects a painkiller to the tooth of... 
Varanasi, India 
75-year-old Saoinjects a painkiller to the tooth of woman at his roadside clinic in Varanasi 
75-year-old Ramjee Sao, a roadside dentist and a Hindu holy man, injects a painkiller to the tooth of a woman at his roadside clinic in the northern Indian city of Varanasi July 21, 2008. Sao said he provides a range of dental services from extractions, filling cavities and routine pain alleviation procedures to making and fitting a complete set of dentures. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR20E78 
July 21, 2008 
Ramjee Sao, 75, a roadside dentist and Hindu holy man, injects a painkiller to the tooth of a woman at... 
Varanasi, India 
Ramjee Sao injects a painkiller to the tooth of a woman at his roadside clinic in the northern Indian... 
Ramjee Sao, 75, a roadside dentist and Hindu holy man, injects a painkiller to the tooth of a woman at his roadside clinic in the northern Indian city of Varanasi July 21, 2008. Sao said he provides a range of dental services from extractions, filling cavities and routine pain alleviation procedures to make a complete set of dentures. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash (INDIA) 
AUSTRALIA-LEDGER/
RTR1WS6N 
February 07, 2008 
A delivery man brings flowers at the door of Heath Ledger's family house in Perth February 7, 2008. Actor... 
Sydney, Australia 
A delivery man brings flowers at the door of Heath Ledger's family house in Perth 
A delivery man brings flowers at the door of Heath Ledger's family house in Perth February 7, 2008. Actor Ledger, renowned for his role as a conflicted gay cowboy in the 2005 movie "Brokeback Mountain," was found dead in his Manhattan apartment on January 22, naked and with several prescription drugs nearby. He died of an accidental overdose of six prescription drugs, with a mix of painkillers, tranquilizers and sleeping aids found in his system, officials said on February 6. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA-LEDGER/
RTR1WS6M 
February 07, 2008 
Media contingent wait outside Heath Ledger's family house in Perth February 7, 2008. Actor Ledger, renowned... 
Sydney, Australia 
Media contingent wait outside Heath Ledger's family house in Perth 
Media contingent wait outside Heath Ledger's family house in Perth February 7, 2008. Actor Ledger, renowned for his role as a conflicted gay cowboy in the 2005 movie "Brokeback Mountain," was found dead in his Manhattan apartment on January 22, naked and with several prescription drugs nearby. He died of an accidental overdose of six prescription drugs, with a mix of painkillers, tranquilizers and sleeping aids found in his system, officials said on February 6. REUTERS/Patrick Riviere (AUSTRALIA) 
TIMOR
RTR1PF98 
May 07, 2007 
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis with the vaccine, BCG, in Dili May 7, 2007.... 
Dili, East Timor 
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis in Dili 
A child waits to receive immunisation against tuberculosis with the vaccine, BCG, in Dili May 7, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR) 
SPECTOR/TRIAL
RTR1P2UC 
April 27, 2007 
Music producer Phil Spector (bottom screen L) is seen sitting in court along with images of Judge Larry... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Phil Spector listens to testimony during murder trial in Los Angeles 
Music producer Phil Spector (bottom screen L) is seen sitting in court along with images of Judge Larry Fidler (top L) during his murder trial on the closed circuit screen used by the Court TV camera technician,during his murder trial at Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles April 26, 2007. Lawyers for music producer Spector told a jury on Thursday that the actress he is charged with murdering shot herself while under the influence of alcohol and painkillers and that scientific evidence would prove it. REUTERS/Gabriel Bouys/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
SPECTOR/TRIAL
RTR1P2UA 
April 27, 2007 
A gun is shown on the screen as the defense explains gunshot residue during opening statements in Phil... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Phil Spector listens to testimony during murder trial in Los Angeles 
A gun is shown on the screen as the defense explains gunshot residue during opening statements in Phil Spector's murder trial as Spector listens to testimony at Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles April 26, 2007. Lawyers for music producer Spector told a jury on Thursday that the actress he is charged with murdering shot herself while under the influence of alcohol and painkillers and that scientific evidence would prove it.
REUTERS/Al Seib/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
SPECTOR/TRIAL
RTR1P2TQ 
April 27, 2007 
Music producer Phil Spector listens to testimony from first prosecution witness Dorothy Melvin during... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Phil Spector listens to testimony during murder trial in Los Angeles 
Music producer Phil Spector listens to testimony from first prosecution witness Dorothy Melvin during his murder trial at Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles April 26, 2007. Lawyers for music producer Spector told a jury on Thursday that the actress he is charged with murdering shot herself while under the influence of alcohol and painkillers and that scientific evidence would prove it. REUTERS/Gabriel Bouys/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
SPECTOR/TRIAL
RTR1P2TC 
April 27, 2007 
Dorothy Melvin, the first prosecution witness, testifies at the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Witness Dorothy Melvin testifies at Phil Spector murder trial in Los Angeles 
Dorothy Melvin, the first prosecution witness, testifies at the murder trial of music producer Phil Spector at Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles April 26, 2007. Lawyers for music producer Spector told a jury on Thursday that the actress he is charged with murdering shot herself while under the influence of alcohol and painkillers and that scientific evidence would prove it. REUTERS/Gabriel Bouys/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
PAKISTAN
RTXNY22 
November 01, 2005 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan,... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pak..... 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan, November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19T2H 
November 01, 2005 
An aerial view shows collapsed houses and buildings in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Aerial view shows collapsed houses and buildings in Balakot 
An aerial view shows collapsed houses and buildings in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19T25 
November 01, 2005 
Injured earthquake survivors lie in a helicopter as they leave for Islamabad in Balakot November 1, 2005.... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Injured earthquake survivors lie in a helicopter as they leave for Islamabad in Balakot 
Injured earthquake survivors lie in a helicopter as they leave for Islamabad in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19SZQ 
November 01, 2005 
Pakistani earthquake survivors sit in a tent at a refugee camp in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Pakistani earthquake survivors sit in a tent at a refugee camp in Balakot 
Pakistani earthquake survivors sit in a tent at a refugee camp in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19SR2 
November 01, 2005 
An aerial view shows a collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Aerial view shows collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot 
An aerial view shows a collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19SO7 
November 01, 2005 
Pakistani earthquake saviours pray on the floor of their collapsed house in Balakot November 1, 2005.... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Pakistani earthquake saviours pray on the floor of their collapsed house in Balakot 
Pakistani earthquake saviours pray on the floor of their collapsed house in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
RTR19SO0 
November 01, 2005 
An injured elderly woman looks on at a makeshift hospital in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
An injured elderly woman looks on at makeshift hospital in Balakot 
An injured elderly woman looks on at a makeshift hospital in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
Pakistan army soldiers prepare relief goods at a distribution point before sending them to the villages... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Pakistan army soldiers prepare relief goods at distribution point in Balakot 
Pakistan army soldiers prepare relief goods at a distribution point before sending them to the villages on the mountain in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devastating earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
An aerial view shows a collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Aerial view shows collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot 
An aerial view shows a collapsed houses on the mountain near Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
A Pakistani man holds his injured son at a makeshift hospital in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
Pakistani man holds his injured son at makeshift hospital in Balakot 
A Pakistani man holds his injured son at a makeshift hospital in Balakot November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
An aerial view shows a traffic jam on the mountain road leading towards the earthquake areas near Balakot,... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
An aerial view shows traffic jam on the mountain road leading towards the earthquake region near Balakot... 
An aerial view shows a traffic jam on the mountain road leading towards the earthquake areas near Balakot, in Pakistan, November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
A woman, injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan,... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot 
A woman, injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan, November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
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November 01, 2005 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan,... 
BALAKOT, Pakistan 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot 
A woman injured during the October 8 earthquake, recuperates at a makeshift hospital in Balakot, Pakistan, November 1, 2005. Pakistan appealed for antibiotics and painkillers on Tuesday as it raised the toll from last month's devasting earthquake to 57,597 killed and nearly 79,000 injured. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed 
QADERI
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September 25, 2005 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, ..... 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan, September 25, 2005. [Qaderi said it was too early for Afghanistan to adopt a proposal from a European group, the Senlis Council, for the country to licence some opium production to help meet global needs for painkillers morphine and codeine.] 
QADERI
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September 25, 2005 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, ..... 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan, September 25, 2005. [Qaderi said it was too early for Afghanistan to adopt a proposal from a European group, the Senlis Council, for the country to licence some opium production to help meet global needs for painkillers morphine and codeine.] 
AFGHAN
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September 25, 2005 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi attends an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Qaderi attends interview in Kabul 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi attends an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan, September 25, 2005. Qadery said it was too early for Afghanistan to adopt a proposal from a European group, the Senlis Council, for the country to licence some opium production to help meet global needs for painkillers morphine and codeine. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHAN
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September 25, 2005 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Qaderi speaks during interview in Kabul 
Afghan Count Narcotics Minister Habibullah Qaderi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kabul, Afghanistan, September 25, 2005. Qadery said it was too early for Afghanistan to adopt a proposal from a European group, the Senlis Council, for the country to licence some opium production to help meet global needs for painkillers morphine and codeine. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
MEDIA LAWSUIT
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May 12, 2005 
Attorneys Willie Gary (L) and Madison McClellan (R) hold a press conference May 12, 2005 in Orlando,... 
Orlando, USA 
Dr Michael Gutman files $600 million against Orlando Sentinel and Tribune Company. 
Attorneys Willie Gary (L) and Madison McClellan (R) hold a press conference May 12, 2005 in Orlando, Florida aboard Gary's jet 'Wings of Justice' with their client, Dr. Michael Gutman (C) as they answer questions about Gutman's lawsuit against the Orlando Sentinel newspaper and its parent company, the Tribune Company. The Florida psychiatrist Gutman, who claims he was defamed in a 2003 Orlando Sentinel article on prescription painkillers is seeking $600 million in damages in the lawsuit against the newspaper and its parent Tribune Co. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
AIDS INDIA
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April 24, 2005 
Malsawmdawngu (L), 26, gestures as he sits with his wife, Irene, during an interview at their home on... 
Aizawl, India 
TO MATCH FEATURE AIDS INDIA. 
Malsawmdawngu (L), 26, gestures as he sits with his wife, Irene, during an interview at their home on the outskirts of Aizawl, capital of India's remote north-eastern state of Mizoram, April 24, 2005. Malsawmdawngu was just 14 when he began injecting a powerful painkiller and opiate into his veins because, he says, all his friends did. Malsawmdawngu and Irene both are HIV positive. Mizoram, sandwiched between Myanmar and Bangladesh, are home to a growing menace - rampant drugs use, and rapidly spreading HIV and AIDS. Official figures show HIV sufferers increased five-fold in the past four years. But the 1,000 people officially listed as HIV-positive are just the tip of the iceberg. TO MATCH FEATURE AIDS INDIA. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/TC 
VIOXX
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November 18, 2004 
Merck Chief Executive Raymond Gilmartin (R) looks toward Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Merck Chairman Gilmartin and Dr. David Graham listen to Vioxx hearing. 
Merck Chief Executive Raymond Gilmartin (R) looks toward Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science, Office of Drug Safety at the Food and Drug Administration, during a hearing of Senate Finance Committee about the drug Vioxx, on Capitol Hill November 18, 2004. Graham earlier said FDA's handling of Merck & Co Inc.'s withdrawn painkiller Vioxx, is a "profound regulatory failure" by an agency "incapable of protecting America" from another dangerous drug. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/HB 
VIOXX
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November 18, 2004 
Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science, Office of Drug Safety at the Food and Drug Administration,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
FDAs Dr David Graham speaks at Vioxx probe. 
Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science, Office of Drug Safety at the Food and Drug Administration, testifies before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill, November 18, 2004. Graham said FDA's handling of Merck & Co Inc.'s withdrawn painkiller Vioxx, is a "profound regulatory failure" by an agency "incapable of protecting America" from another dangerous drug. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
VIOXX
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November 18, 2004 
Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science, Office of Drug Safety at the Food and Drug Administration... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Dr David Graham and Dr Psaty listen at Vioxx probe. 
Dr. David Graham, Associate Director for Science, Office of Drug Safety at the Food and Drug Administration (R) and Dr. Bruce Psaty, Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, listen to testimony on the safety of Vioxx during a hearing before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill, November 18, 2004. Graham said FDA's handling of Merck & Co Inc.'s withdrawn painkiller Vioxx, is a "profound regulatory failure" by an agency "incapable of protecting America" from another dangerous drug. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/HB 
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