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 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2ZDU 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2Z8U 
August 02, 2022 
Fans of Novelist Stephen King wait outside the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Fans of Novelist Stephen King wait outside the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2Z77 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2Z5R 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gives leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gives leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2Z48 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2YZT 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gives autographs as he leaves the U.S. District Court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UU8 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King appears to testify at U.S. District Court antritrust case in Washington 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UU9 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King appears to testify at U.S. District Court antritrust case in Washington 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UU3 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King appears to testify at U.S. District Court antritrust case in Washington 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UU6 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King appears to testify at U.S. District Court antritrust case in Washington 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UQS 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UP9 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UN7 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2ULJ 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gestures outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gestures outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2ULK 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King gestures outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King gestures outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
 SIMON & SCHUSTER-M&A/PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE
RTSA2UEW 
August 02, 2022 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Novelist Stephen King testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District... 
Novelist Stephen King walks outside a court on the day he testifies in an antitrust case against a publisher merger, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., August 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES-2020
RTX8BCUU 
November 23, 2020 
Patricia McCloskey and her husband Mark McCloskey draw their firearms on protestors as they enter their... 
St.Louis, UNITED STATES 
Pictures of the Year: A Picture and its Story 
Patricia McCloskey and her husband Mark McCloskey draw their firearms on protestors as they enter their neighbourhood during a protest against St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. June 28, 2020. Reuters photogrpaher Lawrence Bryant: "That Sunday evening, several hundred Black and white protesters walked through an open gate into the community where the couple – Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia McCloskey – lived. They were met by Mark McCloskey holding what looked like an automatic rifle and shouting 'get out!' several times at the crowd. I was not overly worried, even when he appeared to cock his weapon. But then Patricia McCloskey appeared from the front of the house holding a handgun. She had her finger on the trigger and looked nervous and I became a little bit more worried, as there were kids out there and she was sporadically pointing the gun at random people. I was just trying to make frames, stay safe, dodge the barrel of the gun and stay out of sight and out of line. I'm a big, Black man and I always have to pay attention to that anyway. I'm pleased with the pictures I took of the scene. I may have liked a longer lens to be able to zoom in on the couple, but the fact that I had only one camera meant I captured not just the McCloskeys, but also the protesters around them. A lot of the photos out there focus on the couple holding the guns, but to me that's not telling the whole story. I wanted to show there were people protesting peacefully and the couple came to engage them." REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant/File photo SEARCH "POY STORIES 2020" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KWB 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds walks with her daughter Georgia and husband Paul Danehy after losing a random... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds is seen after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds walks with her daughter Georgia and husband Paul Danehy after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
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January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks with members of her campaign staff after losing a random drawing by the... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks with members of her campaign staff after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KUD 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks to her husband Paul Danehy after losing a random drawing by the Virginia... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks to her husband Paul Danehy after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KU0 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks as her husband Paul Danehy and daughter Georgia watch after she lost a... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks as her husband Paul Danehy and daughter Georgia watch after she lost a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election left the race tied in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KTV 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election left the race tied in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KRT 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds speaks after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election left the race tied in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KRL 
January 04, 2018 
Secretary of the Board of the Virginia Department of Elections Singleton McAllister hold up the names... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
The Secretary of the Virginia Board of Elections holds up names before a random drawing to determine... 
Secretary of the Board of the Virginia Department of Elections Singleton McAllister hold up the names of Democrat Shelly Simonds and Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey before a random drawing to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KNB 
January 04, 2018 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of Republican... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of the winner... 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of Republican House incumbent David Yancey during a random drawing to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KN6 
January 04, 2018 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections draws a name during a random drawing to determine the... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections draws a name during a random drawing to determine the... 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections draws a name during a random drawing to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KGJ 
January 04, 2018 
The names of Democrat Shelly Simonds and Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey are displayed along with... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
The names of Democrat Shelly Simonds and Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey are displayed along with... 
The names of Democrat Shelly Simonds and Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey are displayed along with film canisters before a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election left the race a tie in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KCN 
January 04, 2018 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of Republican... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of the winner... 
Chairman of the Virginia Department of Elections hold up a film canister containing the name of Republican House incumbent David Yancey during a random drawing to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
VIRGINIA-ELECTION/
RTX44KA9 
January 04, 2018 
Democrat Shelly Simonds, her daughter Georgia and husband Paul Danehy react after losing a random drawing... 
Richmond, UNITED STATES 
Democrat Shelly Simonds reacts after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections... 
Democrat Shelly Simonds, her daughter Georgia and husband Paul Danehy react after losing a random drawing by the Virginia Department of Elections to determine the winner of the 94th House of Delegates District Seat after a recount of the Nov. 7 election left the race tied in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., January 4, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
BERTELSMANN-RESULTS/
RTX330MO 
March 28, 2017 
Penguin Random House's Chief Executive Officer Markus Dohle attends German media group Bertelsmann's... 
Berlin, Germany 
Penguin Random House's Chief Executive Officer Markus Dohle attends German media group Bertelsmann's... 
Penguin Random House's Chief Executive Officer Markus Dohle attends German media group Bertelsmann's annual news conference in Berlin, Germany, March 28, 2017. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3O8 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3O1 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3O0 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui listens during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3M3 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3LS 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3LR 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
MEXICO-ART/
RTSJ3LQ 
July 21, 2016 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication... 
Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a meeting with members of the media about the publication of a book “La Casa Blanca de Pena Nieto (Pena Nieto’s White House)", at the Editorial Group Random House Mondadori offices in Mexico City, Mexico July 21, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
BERTELSMANN-RESULTS/
RTSBN66 
March 22, 2016 
CEO of Penguin Random House Markus Dohle attends the annual news conference Berlin, Germany, March 22,... 
Berlin, Germany 
CEO of Penguin Random House Dohle attends annual news conference Berlin 
CEO of Penguin Random House Markus Dohle attends the annual news conference Berlin, Germany, March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
BERTELSMANN-RESULTS/
RTSBM58 
March 22, 2016 
German media group Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Rabe (R) and Markus Dohle, CEO of Penguin Random House pose... 
Berlin, Germany 
German media group Bertelsmann CEO Rabe and Dohle CEO of Penguin Random House pose prior to annual news... 
German media group Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Rabe (R) and Markus Dohle, CEO of Penguin Random House pose prior to the annual news conference Berlin, Germany, March 22, 2016. German media conglomerate Bertelsmann on Tuesday reported a 4.7 percent rise in 2015 core profit on 2.8 percent higher revenues, helped by currency effects, its book publishing unit and its German media operations. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
CHINA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR4ADS3 
October 16, 2014 
A security guard walks during a hazy day on the Bund near the financial district of Pudong in downtown... 
Shanghai, China 
A security guard walks during a hazy day on the Bund near the financial district of Pudong in downtown... 
A security guard walks during a hazy day on the Bund near the financial district of Pudong in downtown Shanghai October 16, 2014. The Ministry of Environmental Protection of China announced on Wednesday that it would run a campaign of unannounced and drone inspections of air quality from October to next March. Unlike regular checks, in which companies and authorities targeted are usually notified beforehand, the upcoming inspections will be conducted at random times, and those found wanting will be immediately named and shamed, said the ministry in a statement, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR46U1E 
September 19, 2014 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney September 18,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney September 18, 2014. Intelligence "chatter" has revealed that militants plan to attack Australian politicians and government buildings, the prime minister said on Friday, a day after hundreds of police carried out a sweeping counter-terrorism operation. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had ordered security boosted at Parliament House in Canberra, amid mounting concerns over the possibility of attacks by Australians radicalised in Iraq or Syria. More than 800 police were involved in the security operation in Sydney and Brisbane on Thursday, which authorities said had thwarted a plot by militants linked to the Islamic State group to behead a random member of the public. Picture taken September 18, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/
RTR46U13 
September 19, 2014 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney September 18,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney 
Police talk as they guard a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in western Sydney September 18, 2014. Intelligence "chatter" has revealed that militants plan to attack Australian politicians and government buildings, the prime minister said on Friday, a day after hundreds of police carried out a sweeping counter-terrorism operation. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had ordered security boosted at Parliament House in Canberra, amid mounting concerns over the possibility of attacks by Australians radicalised in Iraq or Syria. More than 800 police were involved in the security operation in Sydney and Brisbane on Thursday, which authorities said had thwarted a plot by militants linked to the Islamic State group to behead a random member of the public. Picture taken September 18, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O5Q 
September 18, 2014 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O55 
September 18, 2014 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O4N 
September 18, 2014 
A policeman sits in his patrol car as part of a road block on the street where a house was involved in... 
Sydney, Australia 
A policeman sits in his patrol car as part of a road block on the street where a house was involved in... 
A policeman sits in his patrol car as part of a road block on the street where a house was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O4F 
September 18, 2014 
A member of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit inspects a garage at a house that was involved... 
Sydney, Australia 
A member of the Australian Federal Police forensic unit inspects a garage at a house that was involved... 
A member of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit inspects a garage at a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O4E 
September 18, 2014 
Members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit carry equipment into a house that was involved... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the Australian Federal Police forensic unit carry equipment into a house that was involved... 
Members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit carry equipment into a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O48 
September 18, 2014 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Police stand outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O43 
September 18, 2014 
Members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit enter a garage with equipment at a house... 
Sydney, Australia 
Members of the Australian Federal Police forensic unit enter a garage with equipment at a house that... 
Members of the Australian Federal Police (AFP) forensic unit enter a garage with equipment at a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRALIA-SECURITY/RAIDS
RTR46O3K 
September 18, 2014 
Police talk outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Sydney, Australia 
Police talk outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford... 
Police talk outside a house that was involved in pre-dawn raids in the western Sydney suburb of Guilford September 18, 2014. More than 800 police were involved in the pre-dawn raids, described as the largest in Australian history, with at least 15 people detained. Australian police will allege that members of a group targeted in the sweeping counter-terrorism operation on Thursday planned to behead a random member of the public after draping the victim in the flag of Islamic State militants, Australia media reported. Without referring to specifics, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Australia was at "serious risk from a terrorist attack". REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
USA-EXPLOSIONS/BOSTON
RTXYO51 
April 16, 2013 
An Amtrak police officer points to commuters chosen for random explosive screening to assist in increased... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
An Amtrak police officer points to commuters chosen for random explosive screening, following fatal explosions... 
An Amtrak police officer points to commuters chosen for random explosive screening to assist in increased security measures following fatal explosions in Boston, in New York's Penn Station, April 16, 2013. New York is on heightened alert after two bombs packed with ball bearings tore through crowds near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and triggering a massive hunt for those behind an attack the White House said would be treated as "an act of terror". REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW TRANSPORT) 
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October 29, 2012 
PEARSON-BERTELSMANN - Comparison of key financial figures of Penguin and Random House publishing divisions.... 
GB 
PEARSON-BERTELSMANN C 
PEARSON-BERTELSMANN - Comparison of key financial figures of Penguin and Random House publishing divisions. RNGS (SIN06) 
PEARSON/
RTR39QFF 
October 29, 2012 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed... 
London, United Kingdom 
Penguin books are seen in a bookshop in central London 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed to merge its Penguin book division with Bertelsmann's Random House to create the world's leading consumer publisher, in an apparent snub to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PEARSON/
RTR39QF5 
October 29, 2012 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed... 
London, United Kingdom 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed to merge its Penguin book division with Bertelsmann's Random House to create the world's leading consumer publisher, in an apparent snub to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
PEARSON/
RTR39QF3 
October 29, 2012 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed... 
London, United Kingdom 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed to merge its Penguin book division with Bertelsmann's Random House to create the world's leading consumer publisher, in an apparent snub to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
PEARSON/
RTR39QF1 
October 29, 2012 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed... 
London, United Kingdom 
Penguin books are seen in a bookshop in central London 
Penguin books are seen in a used bookshop in central London October 29, 2012. Britain's Pearson has agreed to merge its Penguin book division with Bertelsmann's Random House to create the world's leading consumer publisher, in an apparent snub to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
REBUCK
RTXOHIX 
April 07, 2006 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London,... 
London, UK 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in L..... 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London, April 7, 2006. Best-selling author Dan Brown was vindicated on Friday in a British court battle with two historians who accused him of plagiarising their book in order to write "The Da Vinci Code". 
REBUCK
RTXOHIW 
April 07, 2006 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London,... 
London, UK 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in Lo..... 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London, April 7, 2006. Best-selling author Dan Brown was vindicated on Friday in a British court battle with two historians who accused him of plagiarising their book in order to write "The Da Vinci Code". Historians Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, authors of "The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail", had brought the court case against Brown's British publisher Random House. 
BRITAIN
RTR1CAZG 
April 07, 2006 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Rebuck, chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside High Court in London 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London, April 7, 2006. Best-selling author Dan Brown was vindicated on Friday in a British court battle with two historians who accused him of plagiarising their book in order to write "The Da Vinci Code". REUTERS/Toby Melville 
BRITAIN
RTR1CAZ2 
April 07, 2006 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Random House Chief Executive Rebuck addresses journalists outside the High Court in London 
Gail Rebuck, the chief executive of Random House, addresses journalists outside the High Court in London, April 7, 2006. Best-selling author Dan Brown was vindicated on Friday in a British court battle with two historians who accused him of plagiarising their book in order to write "The Da Vinci Code". Historians Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, authors of "The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail", had brought the court case against Brown's British publisher Random House. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
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