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LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4XF 
June 01, 2005 
Rescue workers look over houses that were knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Rescuers look over houses damaged in Laguna Beach landslide. 
Rescue workers look over houses that were knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4X8 
June 01, 2005 
Rescue workers search between houses that were knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Rescuers search between damaged homes at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
Rescue workers search between houses that were knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4U6 
June 01, 2005 
A Laguna Beach police officer rides by houses knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
A police officer rides past houses damaged by a landslide in Laguna Beach. 
A Laguna Beach police officer rides by houses knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California June 1, 2005. The landslide destroyed at least 15 luxury homes in the upscale Southern California seaside community of Laguna Beach on Wednesday, causing panic but no serious injuries, authorities said. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide, that happened as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. Many of the ocean-view homes, valued at more than $2 million, slid intact down the hillside. Others cracked in half or were left tilting precariously on dirt piles as roads buckled, sidewalks disappeared and utility poles crashed onto cars. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/GN 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4T8 
June 01, 2005 
Robin Kilgore (R) and family friend Jose Vasquez look up at her family's house which was affected by... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Resident observes her damaged house after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California. 
Robin Kilgore (R) and family friend Jose Vasquez look up at her family's house which was affected by an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. The landslide destroyed at least 15 luxury homes in the upscale Southern California seaside community of Laguna Beach on Wednesday, causing panic but no serious injuries, authorities said. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide, that happened as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. Many of the ocean-view homes, valued at more than $2 million, slid intact down the hillside. Others cracked in half or were left tilting precariously on dirt piles as roads buckled, sidewalks disappeared and utility poles crashed onto cars. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4SS 
June 01, 2005 
Police evacuate residents further away from damaged homes due to concerns of gas leaks after an early... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Police evacuate residents after landslide in Laguna Beach. 
Police evacuate residents further away from damaged homes due to concerns of gas leaks after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4RP 
June 01, 2005 
Robin Kilgore looks up at her family's house which was affected by an early morning landslide in Laguna... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Robin Kilgore looks back at her home that was affected by landslide in Laguna Beach, California. 
Robin Kilgore looks up at her family's house which was affected by an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. The landslide destroyed at least 15 luxury homes in the upscale Southern California seaside community of Laguna Beach on Wednesday, causing panic but no serious injuries, authorities said. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide, that happened as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. Many of the ocean-view homes, valued at more than $2 million, slid intact down the hillside. Others cracked in half or were left tilting precariously on dirt piles as roads buckled, sidewalks disappeared and utility poles crashed onto cars. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4R2 
June 01, 2005 
Houses sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Houses are seen destroyed after a landslide in Laguna Beach, California. 
Houses sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California June 1, 2005. The landslide destroyed at least 15 luxury homes in the upscale Southern California seaside community of Laguna Beach on Wednesday, causing panic but no serious injuries, authorities said. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide, that happened as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. Many of the ocean-view homes, valued at more than $2 million, slid intact down the hillside. Others cracked in half or were left tilting precariously on dirt piles as roads buckled, sidewalks disappeared and utility poles crashed onto cars. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/GN 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4QQ 
June 01, 2005 
One house sits partly hanging over a hillside while another below is crumpled with walls in disarray... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Two damaged houses at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
One house sits partly hanging over a hillside while another below is crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4PT 
June 01, 2005 
A house sits crumpled with its walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
A house sits damaged at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
A house sits crumpled with its walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4P8 
June 01, 2005 
Houses sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Houses sit in disarray at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
Houses sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4P1 
June 01, 2005 
Homes sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Destroyed homes sit in disarray after a landslide in California. 
Homes sit crumpled with walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1, 2005. A landslide destroyed at least 15 luxury homes in the upscale Southern California seaside community of Laguna Beach on Wednesday, causing panic but no serious injuries, authorities said. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide, that happened as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. Many of the ocean-view homes, valued at more than $2 million, slid intact down the hillside. Others cracked in half or were left tilting precariously on dirt piles as roads buckled, sidewalks disappeared and utility poles crashed onto cars. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/GN 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4NH 
June 01, 2005 
A house sits crumpled with its walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
The walls of a house sit crumpled after landslide in Laguna Beach. 
A house sits crumpled with its walls in disarray after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4N2 
June 01, 2005 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
LIFE LANDSLIDE
RTRD4MU 
June 01, 2005 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California,... 
Laguna Beach, UNITED STATES 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations at landslide in Laguna Beach. 
Houses sit knocked off their foundations after an early morning landslide in Laguna Beach, California, June 1. 2005. Police said 15 to 18 homes were destroyed or seriously damaged and about 20 others were destabilized by the slide that happened just before 7 a.m. as residents were getting up and preparing to go to work or school. Some escaped in their pajamas. REUTERS/Gene Blevins FG/HK 
CRIME JACKSON
RTR15EHR 
March 11, 2005 
A sheriff watches Michael Jackson (R) walk through a metal detector wearing pajama pants, in front of... 
Santa Maria, USA 
Michael Jackson walks through a metal detector in his pajama pants at courts in Santa Maria. 
A sheriff watches Michael Jackson (R) walk through a metal detector wearing pajama pants, in front of his attorney Brian Oxman (C), to a courtroom in Santa Maria. Jackson is more than $300 million in debt and faces a looming financial crisis brought on by his "spendaholic" ways, a prosecutor in the entertainer's child molestation case said March 11, 2005 during a court hearing. Picture taken March 10. REUTERS/Kimberly White KW 
JACKSON
RTXNB6K 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson leaves the court room during a break in his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara... 
Santa Maria, USA 
Michael Jackson leaves the court room during a break in his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara..... 
Michael Jackson leaves the court room during a break in his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. [Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support.] 
JACKSON
RTXNB65 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson... 
Santa Maria, USA 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe ..... 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson (R) for his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. [Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support.] 
JACKSON
RTXNB64 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson... 
Santa Maria, USA 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe ..... 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson (R) for his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. [Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support.] 
CRIME JACKSON
RTR4S1R 
March 10, 2005 
A sheriff watches Michael Jackson (R) walk through a metal detector wearing pajama pants to a courtroom... 
Santa Maria, USA 
Michael Jackson walks through a metal detector in his pajama pants at courts in Santa Maria. 
A sheriff watches Michael Jackson (R) walk through a metal detector wearing pajama pants to a courtroom in Santa Maria, California, March 10, 2005. Jackson is more than $300 million in debt and faces a looming financial crisis brought on by his "spendaholic" ways, a prosecutor in the entertainer's child molestation case said March 11, 2005 during a court hearing. Picture taken March 10. REUTERS/Kimberly White KW 
CRIME JACKSON
RTR4N7T 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson looks at a Santa Barbara Couty Sheriff Deputy after arriving more than an hour late for... 
Santa Maria, UNITED STATES 
Michael Jackson arrives late for his child molestation trial in California. 
Michael Jackson looks at a Santa Barbara Couty Sheriff Deputy after arriving more than an hour late for his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support. REUTERS/Kimberly White SM/GN 
CRIME JACKSON
RTR4N7F 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson... 
Santa Maria, UNITED STATES 
Michael Jackson arrives late for his child molestation trial in California. 
Michael Jackson (C) is aided by bodyguards as he arrives more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson (R) for his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Kimberly White Pictures of the Year 2005 SM/GN 
CRIME JACKSON
RTR4N6E 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson wears pajama pants and is aided by bodyguards upon arrival more than an hour late with... 
Santa Maria, UNITED STATES 
Michael Jackson wears pajama pants and is aided by bodyguards upon arrival. 
Michael Jackson wears pajama pants and is aided by bodyguards upon arrival more than an hour late with his father Joe Jackson (R) for Michael's child molestation trial at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria March 10, 2005. Judge Rodney Melville threatened to revoke Michael Jackson's bail and arrest him for being late for court. Jackson claims to have spent the morning in a local hospital with back pain. REUTERS/Kimberly White/POOL SM/SV 
CRIM JACKSON
RTR4N4Q 
March 10, 2005 
Michael Jackson leaves the court room during a break in his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara... 
Santa Maria, UNITED STATES 
Michael Jackson leaves courthouse during a break in his child molestation trial. 
Michael Jackson leaves the court room during a break in his child molestation trial at Santa Barbara County Superior Court, March 10, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson's teenage accuser told jurors on Thursday of taking part in nights of heavy drinking with the entertainer as the sex abuse trial resumed. Judge Rodney Melville threatened to jail Jackson and make him forfeit his $3 million bail because the pop star failed to show up in court for the opening of the morning session. Jackson claimed to have had a back ailment and he walked slowly into court dressed in pajama bottoms and sandals and using the arm of an aide for support. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/POOL JN/GN 
ODD CUDDLE
RTR8GJ9 
August 11, 2004 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching... 
New York 
Participants in a Cuddle Party in New York. 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching and hugging, but without sex. It's not about sex and all about the touchy-feely experience of snuggling up to perfect strangers wearing pajamas. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
ODD CUDDLE
RTR8GJ3 
August 11, 2004 
Reid Mihalko stands in front of participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, which... 
New York 
Participants in a Cuddle Party in New York. 
Reid Mihalko stands in front of participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, which he invented to teach people to become more affectionate by touching and hugging, but without sex. It's not about sex and all about the touchy-feely experience of snuggling up to perfect strangers wearing pajamas. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
ODD CUDDLE
RTR8GIV 
August 11, 2004 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching... 
New York 
Participants in a Cuddle Party in New York. 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching and hugging, but without sex. It's not about sex and all about the touchy-feely experience of snuggling up to perfect strangers wearing pajamas. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
ODD CUDDLE
RTR8GIP 
August 11, 2004 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching... 
New York 
Participants in a Cuddle Party in New York. 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching and hugging, but without sex. It's not about sex and all about the touchy-feely experience of snuggling up to perfect strangers wearing pajamas. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
CUDDLE
RTR8GIH 
August 11, 2004 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching... 
New York 
Participants in a Cuddle Party in New York. 
Participants at a Cuddle Party on August 11, 2004 in New York, learn to become more affectionate by touching and hugging, but without sex. It's not about sex and all about the touchy-feely experience of snuggling up to perfect strangers wearing pajamas. REUTERS/Chip East CME 
MANUFACTURING MGA LARIAN
RTR8287 
December 02, 2003 
MGA Entertainment, the toymaker whose Bratz sent Barbie back to the
drawing board, is rolling out its... 
New York, United States of America 
TWO SETS OF "4-EVER BEST FRIENDS" DOLL IN PACKAGING. 
MGA Entertainment, the toymaker whose Bratz sent Barbie back to the
drawing board, is rolling out its next round of fashion dolls just
before Christmas. The privately held toymaker is launching 4Ever Best
Friends, a line of dolls that come two to a box, holding hands and
marketed as "best friends." Two sets of "4-Ever Best Friends" dolls are
shown in this undated image. On the left is the "Beach Party" set and
on the right is the "Pajama Party" set. TO MATCH FEATURE MANUFACTURING
MGA LARIAN REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR63ZI 
June 06, 2002 
A police cruiser sits in front of the Smart house in Salt Lake City,
Utah June 6, 2002. Elizabeth Smart,... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
POLICE CRUISER SITS IN FRONT OF DRIVEWAY OF SMART HOUSE IN SALT LAKE
CITY. 
A police cruiser sits in front of the Smart house in Salt Lake City,
Utah June 6, 2002. Elizabeth Smart, a 14-year-old girl, was abducted at
gunpoint from her bedroom in the middle of the night on June 5,
prompting a massive search across three states as family members
pleaded for her safe return.

Ms. Smart, still wearing her red silk pajamas, was taken from the house
in front of her nine-year-old sister, who was so frightened by the
gunman's threats that she waited two hours before raising the alarm.
REUTERS/Steve Wilson/POOL 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR63ZP 
June 05, 2002 
Elizabeth Smart, a 14-year-old girl, was abducted at gunpoint from her
bedroom in the middle of the... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
OVERALL VIEW OF SMART HOUSE IN SALT LAKE CITY. 
Elizabeth Smart, a 14-year-old girl, was abducted at gunpoint from her
bedroom in the middle of the night on June 5, 2002, prompting a massive
search across three states as family members pleaded for her safe
return. Ms. Smart, still wearing her red silk pajamas, was taken from
her Salt Lake City, Utah house, shown June 6, in front of her
nine-year-old sister, who was so frightened by the gunman's threats
that she waited two hours before raising the alarm. REUTERS/Steve
Wilson/POOL

CRIME KIDNAPPING 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR62VB 
June 05, 2002 
Elizabeth Smart's father Ed Smart pauses for a moment during his plea
to his daughters kidnapper to... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
FATHER OF ELIZABETH SMART REACTS. 
Elizabeth Smart's father Ed Smart pauses for a moment during his plea
to his daughters kidnapper to release Elizabeth, in Salt Lake City,
June 5, 2002. A 14-year-old girl was abducted at gunpoint from her
bedroom in the middle of the night on Wednesday, prompting a massive
search across three states as family members pleaded for her safe
return. Elizabeth Smart, still wearing her red silk pajamas, was taken
from the house in front of her 9-year-old sister, who was so frightened
by the gunman's threats that she waited two hours before raising the
alarm. REUTERS/Matthew Hatfield

ME 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR62UZ 
June 05, 2002 
Amanda Smart (L) and Tori Dumke, both cousins of Elizabeth Smart,
console each other on the evening... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
COUSINS OF ELIZABETH SMART CONSOLE EACH OTHER. 
Amanda Smart (L) and Tori Dumke, both cousins of Elizabeth Smart,
console each other on the evening after their cousin was taken from her
home in Salt Lake City, June 5, 2002. A 14-year-old girl was abducted
at gunpoint from her bedroom in the middle of the night on Wednesday,
prompting a massive search across three states as family members
pleaded for her safe return. Elizabeth Smart, still wearing her red
silk pajamas, was taken from the house in front of her 9-year-old
sister, who was so frightened by the gunman's threats that she waited
two hours before raising the alarm. REUTERS/Matthew Hatfield

ME 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR62UQ 
June 05, 2002 
Neighbors Kate Langland (left) and Kim Ujifsa leave the home of the
Smart family to go and post fliers... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
NEIGHBORS WITH FLIERS OF ELIZABETH SMART. 
Neighbors Kate Langland (left) and Kim Ujifsa leave the home of the
Smart family to go and post fliers of Elizabeth Smart in surrounding
areas, in Salt Lake City, June 5, 2002. A 14-year-old girl was abducted
at gunpoint from her bedroom in the middle of the night on Wednesday,
prompting a massive search across three states as family members
pleaded for her safe return. Elizabeth Smart, still wearing her red
silk pajamas, was taken from the house in front of her 9-year-old
sister, who was so frightened by the gunman's threats that she waited
two hours before raising the alarm. REUTERS/Matthew Hatfield

ME/ 
CRIME KIDNAPPING
RTR62UI 
June 05, 2002 
Salt Lake City Police Chief C.F. Dinse answers questions from the media
as the father Elizabeth Smart,... 
Salt Lake City, United States of America 
POLICE CHIEF DINSE SPEAKS ABOUT ELIZABETH SMART ABDUCTION. 
Salt Lake City Police Chief C.F. Dinse answers questions from the media
as the father Elizabeth Smart, Ed, bows his head, in Salt Lake City,
June 5, 2002. A 14-year-old girl was abducted at gunpoint from her
bedroom in the middle of the night on Wednesday, prompting a massive
search across three states as family members pleaded for her safe
return. Elizabeth Smart, still wearing her red silk pajamas, was taken
from the house in front of her 9-year-old sister, who was so frightened
by the gunman's threats that she waited two hours before raising the
alarm. REUTERS/Matthew Hatfield

ME 
CLINTON
RTRAT2E 
November 15, 2000 
Wearing the black pajamas worn by Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, 65-year-old Tran Thi Buon stands... 
Cu Chi, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of 
VIETNAMESE WIFE OF DEAD VIETNAM WAR SOLDIER VISIT HIS GRAVE AT WAR CEMETARY IN CU CHI. 
Wearing the black pajamas worn by Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, 65-year-old Tran Thi Buon stands by the grave of her husband Le Van Lai at the Cu Chi Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetary 50 miles from Ho Chi Minh City on November 15, 2000. Le Van Lai was killed in 1966 while fighting with the National Liberation Front (Viet Cong) against U.S. and South Vietnamese forces. When he arrives on Thursday, U.S. President Bill Clinton will become the first American president to visit Vietnam since the end of the war.

LD/JD 
USA
RTRNQLW 
September 01, 1999 
Eric Peterson, 21, introduces himself to a pyjama-clad Pam Dunleavy (R) as he prepares for a job interview... 
Las Vegas, USA 
PARIS HOLDS AROUND THE CLOCK EMPLOYMENT CENTER. 
Eric Peterson, 21, introduces himself to a pyjama-clad Pam Dunleavy (R) as he prepares for a job interview at the Paris Las Vegas Employment Center in Las Vegas, April 5. Interviewers wore pajamas on the first day of the recruitment program in theme with their round-the-clock hiring program. Interviews are being held nonstop for the first 36-hours, said spokeswoman Gina Cunningham, adding that the response has been phenomenal and every interview slot has been filled. The $760 million Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, opening September 1, 1999, is expected to hire about 4,200 workers.

SM/JP/CLH/ 
JAPAN
RTXIEAP 
April 23, 1998 
Fusako Harasaki, 73, examines her financial documents as her grandson Hirotaka, pajama-clad and ready... 
Fusako Harasaki, 73, examines her financial documents as her grandson Hirotaka, pajama-clad and read..... 
Fusako Harasaki, 73, examines her financial documents as her grandson Hirotaka, pajama-clad and ready for bed, looks on at their home in Kokubunji, suburban Tokyo April 21. The widow, who lives alone with the boy, says she has no interest in stocks and investments. She is one of Japan's rapidly growing population of elderly faced with a deteriorating quality of life thanks to a feeble economy and ever-tougher prospects as the government prepares increasingly austere pension and health insurance reform plans. 
RTRDECF 
April 23, 1998 
Fusako Harasaki, 73, examines her financial documents as her grandson Hirotaka, pajama-clad and ready... 
Japan 
JAPAN-LIFESTYLES-ELDERLY MATCHER. 
Fusako Harasaki, 73, examines her financial documents as her grandson Hirotaka, pajama-clad and ready for bed, looks on at their home in Kokubunji, suburban Tokyo April 21. The widow, who lives alone with the boy, says she has no interest in stocks and investments. She is one of Japan's rapidly growing population of elderly faced with a deteriorating quality of life thanks to a feeble economy and ever-tougher prospects as the government prepares increasingly austere pension and health insurance reform plans.

REUTERS 
LINZ
RTXH26D 
December 22, 1997 
Actor Alex D. Linz, 8, star of the new film "Home Alone 3," poses with a pair of pajamas he wore in... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Actor Alex D. Linz, 8, star of the new film "Home Alone 3," poses with a pair of pajamas he wore in..... 
Actor Alex D. Linz, 8, star of the new film "Home Alone 3," poses with a pair of pajamas he wore in the film which he presented December 22 to the memorabilia collection at Planet Hollywood Beverly Hills. 
PLANET HOLLYWOOD
RTR9U7V 
December 22, 1997 
Actor Alex D. Linz, 8, star of the new film "Home Alone 3," poses with a pair of pajamas he wore in the... 
Los Angeles 
ACTOR ALEX LINZ DONATES PAJAMAS TO PLANET HOLLYWOOD 
Actor Alex D. Linz, 8, star of the new film "Home Alone 3," poses with a pair of pajamas he wore in the film which he presented December 22 to the memorabilia collection at Planet Hollywood Beverly Hills.

PLANET HOLLYWOOD 
MADONNA
RTR1GKNQ 
March 18, 1995 
Pop Singer Madonna reads a bedtime story from David Kirk's ' Miss Spider's tea party' to the live audience... 
New York, USA 
Madonna reads a bedtime story from David Kirk's ' Miss Spider's tea party' to the live audience in New... 
Pop Singer Madonna reads a bedtime story from David Kirk's ' Miss Spider's tea party' to the live audience at the Webster Hall nightclub in New York late March 18, 1995, as she hosted MTV's live 'Pajama party' telecast. Madonna's new video 'Bedtime Story' was debuted at the event. REUTERS/Mike Segar /Landov 
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Singer Madonna shows off her night gown, as she arrives for the 'MTV Pajama Party' which she hosted at... 
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Madonna shows off her night gown, as she arrives for the 'MTV Pajama Party' in New York 
Singer Madonna shows off her night gown, as she arrives for the 'MTV Pajama Party' which she hosted at the Webster Hall nightclub in New York late March 18, 1995, where her new video 'Bedtime Story' was debuted. Madonna read a bedtime story to the live T.V. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
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Pop Singer Madonna dances to the live audience at the Webster Hall nightclub in New York late March 18,... 
New York, USA 
Madonna dances to the live audience at the Webster Hall nightclub in New York 
Pop Singer Madonna dances to the live audience at the Webster Hall nightclub in New York late March 18, 1995, as she hosted MTV's live 'Pajama party' telecast. Madonna's new video 'Bedtime Story' was debuted at the event where she also read an actual bedtime story to the audience from a brass bed. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
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