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RUSSIA/
RTR30HOU
April 08, 2012
A Russian police officer talks to a Chinese migrant worker on an agrarian farm during a raid conducted...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A Russian police officer talks to a Chinese migrant worker on an agrarian farm during a raid near the...
A Russian police officer talks to a Chinese migrant worker on an agrarian farm during a raid conducted by the police and members of the federal migratory service near the village of Yermolayevo outside Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 8, 2012. Some twenty illegal migrants from China and Kyrgyzstan were detained during the raid, according to the police. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
TEPCO/PRESIDENT
RTR2MNHZ
May 20, 2011
Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. (TEPCO) Managing Director Toshio Nishizawa (C) attends a news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
TEPCO Managing Director Nishizawa attends a news conference in Tokyo
Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. (TEPCO) Managing Director Toshio Nishizawa (C) attends a news conference with President Masataka Shimizu (front L) and other company officials at the company head office in Tokyo May 20, 2011. TEPCO, operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is set to appoint Nishizawa to replace President Shimizu, Kyodo News agency reported on Friday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY HEADSHOT BUSINESS)
BASEBALL/TEJADA
RTXBINT
February 12, 2009
Houston Astros baseball player Miguel Tejada makes a tearful apology to fans and others as his attorney...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Houston Astros baseball player Miguel Tejada makes a tearful apology to fans and others in Houston
Houston Astros baseball player Miguel Tejada makes a tearful apology to fans and others as his attorney Mark H. Tuohey (L) comforts him during a news conference at Minute Maid park in Houston February 11, 2009. In the latest blow to Major League Baseball, five-time All-Star Tejada pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to lying to Congress about his knowledge of other players using steroids. Tejada, 34, admitted that during a 2005 congressional hearing that he made the misrepresentations to congressional staff members when he said he never knew of any other player using steroids. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES)
News
News
Three Britons Found Guilty in Liquid Bomb Plot - 08 Sep 2008
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KOREA-NORTH/REFUGEES-THAILAND
RTR1PGKR
May 08, 2007
Kim Won-seong, 55, a defector from North Korea, sits in a police station after being picked up by the...
Chiang Saen, Thailand
Defector from North Korea sits in a police station after being picked up by Thai Navy and Marine police...
Kim Won-seong, 55, a defector from North Korea, sits in a police station after being picked up by the Thai Navy and Marine police along the Mekong River in the Thai border town Chiang Saen, located in the notorious Golden Triangle May 8, 2007. Kim, one of five females to be apprehended, journeyed through China, Myanmar, and Laos before arriving in Thailand in hope of finding asylum in South Korea. The number of North Koreans arriving into Thailand seeking asylum in the past three years has doubled. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
LIBYA-TRIAL/
RTR1KK36
December 19, 2006
Bulgarian nurses Nasya Nenova (L) and Valentina Siropoulo (R) wait for the verdict with Palestinian doctor...
Tripoli, Libya
Bulgarian nurses Nenova and Siropoulo wait for the verdict with Palestinian doctor Alhajouj in a court...
Bulgarian nurses Nasya Nenova (L) and Valentina Siropoulo (R) wait for the verdict with Palestinian doctor Ashraf Alhajouj in a court in Tripoli December 19, 2006. A Libyan court sentenced five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor to death on Tuesday for deliberately infecting hundreds of children with the virus that causes AIDS, provoking a chorus of Western condemnation. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (LIBYA)
IRAQ
RTR1J0VH
November 05, 2006
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives his verdict, as a bailiff attempts...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives verdict, as bailiff attempts to silence...
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yells in court as he receives his verdict, as a bailiff attempts to silence him, during his trial held under tight security in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone November 5, 2006. A visibly shaken Saddam Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity and sentenced to hang on Sunday at a lightning session of the U.S.-backed court trying him in Baghdad. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (IRAQ)
NBA
RTRMJ78
July 18, 2003
Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant (R) cries as he admits to
adultery in front of his wife...
Los Angeles, USA
U.S. BASKETBALL STAR BRYANT PUBLICLY ADMITS TO ADULTERY AT PRESS
CONFERENCE IN LOS ANGELES.
Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant (R) cries as he admits to
adultery in front of his wife Vanessa, in response to today's news that
Eagle County District Attorneys would press charges against him for one
felony count of sexual assault, at a press conference in Los Angeles, July
18, 2003. Bryant was charged Friday with raping a 19-year-old hotel
concierge at a Colorado mountain resort, in a case that has stunned fans and
threatened to derail one of the most sensational careers in professional
sports. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) Pictures of the Year 2003 SEE ALSO GM1E5A10PK701

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