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FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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November 16, 2015 
Media work near television transmission trucks seen at Place de la Republique near the deadly attack... 
Paris, France 
Media work near television transmission trucks seen at Place de la Republique near the deadly attack... 
Media work near television transmission trucks seen at Place de la Republique near the deadly attack sites in Paris, November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann 
USA-UBER/
RTSDPF 
September 09, 2015 
An Uber driver's smartphone app is shown in this Uber vehicle en route to Washington Dulles International... 
Dulles, UNITED STATES 
An Uber driver's smartphone app en route to Washington Dulles International Airport 
An Uber driver's smartphone app is shown in this Uber vehicle en route to Washington Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Virginia September 8, 2015. Picture taken September 8, 2015. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang 
TECH-ISRAEL/PARKING
RTR4QT3N 
February 23, 2015 
Anagog, an Israeli parking app, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration taken in Tel Aviv... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Anagog, an Israeli parking app, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration taken in Tel Aviv 
Anagog, an Israeli parking app, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration taken in Tel Aviv February 18, 2015. When it comes to helping drivers, there's no shortage of in-car technology from GPS navigation to collision-warning systems. But now start-ups are tackling a perennial source of frustration -- finding a parking space. Picture taken February 18, 2015. To march TECH-ISRAEL/PARKING REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
Business
Business 
Ride Service Uber - 03 Jan 2014 
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TECH-INVISIBILITY/
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December 25, 2013 
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Physical and Mathematical Science researcher Zhang Baile... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Singapore researcher demonstrates invisibility cloak at Nanyang University of Singapore 
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Physical and Mathematical Science researcher Zhang Baile shows how light passes through a set of carefully angled glass blocks to render an object invisible as he talks to the media about his research at NTU in Singapore November 7, 2013. While the holy grail of metamaterials is still to make objects and people invisible to the eye, they are set to have a more tangible commercial impact playing more mundane roles - from satellite antennas to wirelessly charging cellphones. Metamaterials are simply materials that exhibit properties not found in nature, such as the way they absorb or reflect light. By assembling the material - from photonic crystals to wire and foam - at a scale smaller than the length of the wave you're seeking to manipulate, the wave can, in theory, be bent to will. This makes metamaterials the tool of choice for scientists racing to build all sorts of wave-cloaking devices, including the so-called invisibility cloak - a cover to render whatever's inside effectively invisible by bending light waves around it. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION) 
WAZE-FACEBOOK/
RTXZG7E 
May 09, 2013 
Waze, an Israeli mobile satellite navigation application, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Waze, an Israeli mobile satellite navigation application, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration... 
Waze, an Israeli mobile satellite navigation application, is seen on a smartphone in this photo illustration taken in Tel Aviv May 9, 2013. Facebook Inc is in advanced talks to acquire Israeli mobile satellite navigation start-up Waze for $800 million to $1 billion, business daily Calcalist reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
INDONESIA-FLOODINGS/
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January 17, 2013 
A man uses his handphone near the Bundaran Hotel Indonesia roundabout during a flooding in Jakarta January... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Man uses his handphone near the Bundaran Hotel Indonesia roundabout during flooding in Jakarta 
A man uses his handphone near the Bundaran Hotel Indonesia roundabout during a flooding in Jakarta January 17, 2013. Heavy monsoon rains triggered severe flooding in large swathes of the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Thursday, with many government offices and businesses forced to closed because staff could not get to work. Weather officials warned the rains could get worse over the next few days and media reports said that thousands of people in Jakarta and its satellite cities had been forced to leave their homes because of the torrential downpours this week. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
THAILAND-CAMBODIA/
RTXXMMW 
February 09, 2011 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the... 
A Cambodian soldier talks on a phone from his position at the 11th-century Preah Vihear temple on the border between Thailand and Cambodia February 9, 2011. Thailand and Cambodia faced growing diplomatic pressure on Wednesday to end an armed standoff on a stretch of border surrounding the 900-year-old clifftop temple as guns held silent for a second day. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
SOMALIA-TELCOMS/
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November 04, 2009 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu 
A Somali woman talks to her cell-phone outside her house in Mogadishu, November 4, 2009. Somalia's mobile phone business is booming despite the almost daily artillery fire that flies over expensive satellite dishes and the violence that has brought misery to the population of the Horn of Africa nation. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA BUSINESS CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
HAITI/
RTX8SEL 
September 22, 2008 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to ask relatives for help and money... 
Gonaives, Haiti 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers three weeks after flooding in the... 
Haitians use satellite phones provided by Telecoms Sans Frontiers to ask relatives for help and money three weeks after flooding in the town of Gonaives September 21, 2008. Haiti has been blasted by four storms - Hurricanes Gustav and Ike and Tropical Storms Fay and Hanna - since mid-August, killing hundreds and destroying homes and crops. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz (HAITI) 
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRE07W 
April 08, 2002 
The head of the interim Afghan government Hamid Karzai speaks on a
satellite phone in Bamiyan April... 
Bamiyan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
YEAREND PICTURES 2002. 
The head of the interim Afghan government Hamid Karzai speaks on a
satellite phone in Bamiyan April 9, 2002. Karzai went on Tuesday to
Bamiyan Province where three mass graves have been reported which
residents say are filled with people killed while the Taliban
controlled the region. REUTERS/Salahuddin Sayed

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SOUTH AFRICA
RTXIDE4 
May 04, 1998 
Toure Diadie from Mail poses with a new hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola at the Africa... 
Toure Diadie from Mail poses with a new hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola at the Afric..... 
Toure Diadie from Mail poses with a new hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola at the Africa Telcom' 98 conference in Johannesburg May 4. South African President called for increased investment in telecommunications infrastructure in Africa in order to extend the basic human right of communication to all. 
GERMANY
RTXIGYB 
March 19, 1998 
Sven Janssen displays the Iridium, the world's first hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola at... 
Sven Janssen displays the Iridium, the world's first hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola ..... 
Sven Janssen displays the Iridium, the world's first hand held satellite telephone made by Motorola at the computers fair CeBit in Hanover March 19. The Iridium system allows voice operation in the regular GSM cellular mode or the terrestrial satellite mode. 
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