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EU-ITALY/MOZZARELLA
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March 27, 2008
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm, which had...
CAIANELLO, Italy
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm in Caianello...
A water buffalo used in the production of mozzarella cheese approaches a feed bin at a farm, which had been deemed safe by Italian agricultural authorities, in the Campania region town of Caianello March 27, 2008. Italy told the European Commission on Thursday it had not exported any mozzarella cheese contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin, but it faced questions from consumers at home. REUTERS/Stefano Renna/Agnfoto (ITALY)
TURKEY-CAMELS/
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January 20, 2008
Two bull camels, with foam in their mouths, wrestle in an arena in Selcuk near the western Turkish coastal...
Selcuk, Turkey
Two bull camels, with foam in their mouths, wrestle in an arena in Selcuk near the western Turkish coastal...
Two bull camels, with foam in their mouths, wrestle in an arena in Selcuk near the western Turkish coastal city of Izmir, January 20, 2008. Hundreds of wrestling camels competed in the annual event watched by thousands of enthusiasts in western Turkey. Camel wrestling is a traditional sport in western Turkey in which two male camels wrestle in response to a female camel in heat being led before them. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
BOXING/
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January 20, 2008
Polish boxer Andrew Golota leans in to punch opponent Mike Mollo of the U.S. in the 10th round during...
New York, UNITED STATES
Polish boxer Andrew Golota leans in to punch opponent Mike Mollo of the U.S. in the 10th round during...
Polish boxer Andrew Golota leans in to punch opponent Mike Mollo of the U.S. in the 10th round during their heavyweight undercard bout at Madison Square Garden in New York January 19, 2008. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
AUSTRALIA
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May 21, 2007
A chimpanzee eats a piece of cake it retrieved from the water during celebrations for Taronga Zoo's 60-year-old...
Sydney, Australia
A chimpanzee eats a piece of cake it retrieved from water in Sydney
A chimpanzee eats a piece of cake it retrieved from the water during celebrations for Taronga Zoo's 60-year-old chimpanzee called Fifi in Sydney May 21, 2007. Fifi, who is believed to be one of the oldest chimpanzees in captivity, is the oldest member of the zoo's chimpanzee family which is recognised as one of the most successful breeding groups in the world. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
PEOPLE EBERT
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January 23, 2003
Roger Ebert, noted film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, will start
radiation therapy in August 2003...
Los Angeles, United States of America
FILM CRITIC ROGER EBERT FACES CANCER TREATMENT FILE PHOTOGRAPH.
Roger Ebert, noted film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, will start
radiation therapy in August 2003 as a follow-up to surgery he had in
February 2003 for cancer of the salivary gland. Ebert's doctors say his
prognosis is good and the treatments will not affect his work schedule.
Ebert is shown in this January 23, 2003 file photograph at the Sundance
Film Festival in Utah. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files

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