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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE-COPPERMASK
RTS37V8Y
April 01, 2020
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3D printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced...
Santiago, Chile
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3d printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced...
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3D printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced Design, during a preventive quarantine after the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santiago, Chile, on April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIP8
September 07, 2015
Colombian anti-narcotics policemen officers and a sniffer dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian anti-narcotics policemen officers and a sniffer dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at...
Colombian anti-narcotics policemen officers and a sniffer dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at the police building in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIP6
September 07, 2015
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffer dog, stands guard next to packs of cocaine at the police building during...
Bogota, Colombia
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffer dog, stands guard next to packs of cocaine at the police building during...
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffer dog, stands guard next to packs of cocaine at the police building during a photo opportunity to the media in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOX
September 07, 2015
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers and a police dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at the...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers and a police dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at the...
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers and a police dog stand guard next to packs of cocaine at the police building in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOW
September 07, 2015
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers film packs of cocaine at the police building in Bogota, Colombia...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers film packs of cocaine at the police building in Bogota, Colombia...
Colombian anti-narcotics police officers film packs of cocaine at the police building in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOV
September 07, 2015
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino (C) and police officers examine confiscated packs of...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino (C) and police officers examine confiscated packs of...
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino (C) and police officers examine confiscated packs of cocaine at a police building in Bogota, Colombia, September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOT
September 07, 2015
A Colombian anti-narcotics police officer stands with Mona, his drug-sniffing dog, after decoration by...
Bogota, Colombia
A Colombian anti-narcotics police officer stands with Mona, his drug-sniffing dog, after decoration by...
A Colombian anti-narcotics police officer stands with Mona, his drug-sniffing dog, after decoration by Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino at the police building in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOE
September 07, 2015
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino pats Mona, a drug-sniffing dog, after decorating it...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino pats Mona, a drug-sniffing dog, after decorating it...
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino pats Mona, a drug-sniffing dog, after decorating it at the police building in Bogota, Colombia, September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIOD
September 07, 2015
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino decorates Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, after...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino decorates Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, after...
Colombia's police chief General Rodolfo Palomino decorates Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, after it aided in the confiscation of packs of cocaine in Bogota, Colombia, September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
COLOMBIA-DRUGS/
RTX1RIM7
September 07, 2015
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, inspects packs of cocaine at the police building during a photo...
Bogota, Colombia
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, inspects packs of cocaine at the police building during a photo...
Mona, a Colombian drug-sniffing dog, inspects packs of cocaine at the police building during a photo opportunity to the media in Bogota, Colombia September 7, 2015. Police in Colombia and Mexico have seized more than two tonnes of cocaine after a drug-sniffing dog alerted authorities in Bogota to the narcotics, which had been dyed black and falsely registered as an ingredient in printer cartridges, the Colombian police said on Monday. REUTERS/ John Vizcaino
CANON-EARNINGS/SALES
RTXYXPW
April 24, 2013
Logos of Canon Inc are seen on the surface of a package of printer ink cartridges, at an electronics...
Tokyo, Japan
Logos of Canon Inc are seen on the surface of a package of printer ink cartridges, at an electronics...
Logos of Canon Inc are seen on the surface of a package of printer ink cartridges, at an electronics retail store in Tokyo April 23, 2013. Japan's Canon Inc said first quarter operating profit fell 34 percent year-on-year, hurt by weaker demand for compact cameras as consumers switched to smartphones. Picture taken April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
EASTMANKODAK/
RTR2TKV8
November 03, 2011
Kodak printer ink cartridges are shown in this illustrative photograph taken in Encinitas, California...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
Kodak printer ink cartridges are shown in this illustrative photograph taken in Encinitas
Kodak printer ink cartridges are shown in this illustrative photograph taken in Encinitas, California November 3, 2011. Eastman Kodak Co warned on Thursday that it must raise $500 million in new debt or complete a multibillion dollar patent sale to survive the next 12 months. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
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