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WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
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February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDV
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDS
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDO
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDM
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDI
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor argues with a photographer (bottom) as he awaits the start of...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor argues with a photographer (bottom) as he awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDG
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) argues with a photographer as he awaits the start of...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) argues with a photographer as he awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDE
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (L, seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (L, seated) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLDC
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. The defence lawyer for Taylor walked out of the Sierra Leone war crimes court on Tuesday in protest at a decision by judges preventing him from filing a final summary of his evidence. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLD9
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLD8
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor (bottom) awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTXXLD6
February 08, 2011
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during...
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands
Former Liberian President Taylor awaits start of prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at...
Former Liberian President Charles Taylor awaits the start of the prosecution's closing arguments during his trial at the U.N.-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone in Leidschendam February 8, 2011. Taylor denies all 11 charges of instigating murder, rape, mutilation, sexual slavery and conscription of child soldiers during wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone in which more than 250,000 were killed. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
Women
Women
Female Genital Mutilation in Uganda - 16 Dec 2008
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UGANDA
RTR22M64
December 15, 2008
Prisca Korein, a 62-year-old traditional surgeon, holds razor blades before carrying out female genital...
BUKWA, Uganda
Traditional surgeon holds razor blades before carrying out female genital mutilation on teenage girls...
Prisca Korein, a 62-year-old traditional surgeon, holds razor blades before carrying out female genital mutilation on teenage girls from the Sebei tribe in Bukwa district, about 357 kms (214 miles) northeast of Kampala, December 15, 2008. The ceremony was to initiate the teenagers into womanhood according to Sebei traditional rites. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA)
UGANDA
RTR22M5W
December 15, 2008
People gather around teenage girls from Uganda's Sebei tribe who have just undergone female genital mutilation...
BUKWA, Uganda
People gather around teenage girls from Uganda's Sebei tribe who have just undergone female genital mutilation...
People gather around teenage girls from Uganda's Sebei tribe who have just undergone female genital mutilation in Bukwa district, about 357 kms (214 miles) northeast of Kampala, December 15, 2008. The ceremony was to initiate the teenage girls into womanhood according to Sebei traditional rites. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA)
KENYA-CIRCUMCISION/
RTR1OW8B
April 21, 2007
Residents of Kilgoris in Trans Mara District match during a campaign against female genital mutilation...
KILGORIS, Kenya
Residents of Kilgoris in Trans Mara District in Kenya, match during a campaign against female genital...
Residents of Kilgoris in Trans Mara District match during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) April 21, 2007. The U.S. ambassador to Kenya attacked the practice of female circumcision on Saturday, saying local communities must denounce it. Female genital mutilation (FGM) is widespread in the east African nation, where the government estimates about a third of women has suffered the procedure. Among some communities, like the Kisii and Masaai, almost all girls are cut. Proponents say it reduces sexual desire and keeps women faithful. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA CIRCUMCISION
RTR1OW1R
April 21, 2007
Michael Ranneberger (C), U.S. ambassador to Kenya, walks during a campaign against female genital mutilation...
KILGORIS, Kenya
Michael Ranneberger walks during a campaign against female genital mutilation Kilgoris in Trans Mara...
Michael Ranneberger (C), U.S. ambassador to Kenya, walks during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris in Trans Mara District, April 21, 2007. The U.S. ambassador to Kenya attacked the practice of female circumcision on Saturday, saying local communities must denounce it. Female genital mutilation (FGM) is widespread in the east African nation, where the government estimates about a third of women has suffered the procedure. Among some communities, like the Kisii and Masaai, almost all girls are cut. Proponents say it reduces sexual desire and keeps women faithful. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA-CIRCUMCISION/
RTR1OW1P
April 21, 2007
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris...
KILGORIS, Kenya
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation in Kilgoris in Trans...
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris in Trans Mara District, April 21, 2007. The U.S. ambassador to Kenya attacked the practice of female circumcision on Saturday, saying local communities must denounce it. Female genital mutilation (FGM) is widespread in the east African nation, where the government estimates about a third of women has suffered the procedure. Among some communities, like the Kisii and Masaai, almost all girls are cut. Proponents say it reduces sexual desire and keeps women faithful. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA CIRCUMCISION
RTR1OW1K
April 21, 2007
Michael Ranneberger (C), U.S. ambassador to Kenya, sprints during a campaign against female genital mutilation...
KILGORIS, Kenya
Michael Ranneberger sprints during a campaign aginst female genital mutilation Kilgoris in Trans Mara...
Michael Ranneberger (C), U.S. ambassador to Kenya, sprints during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris in Trans Mara District, April 21, 2007. The U.S. ambassador to Kenya attacked the practice of female circumcision on Saturday, saying local communities must denounce it. Female genital mutilation (FGM) is widespread in the east African nation, where the government estimates about a third of women has suffered the procedure. Among some communities, like the Kisii and Masaai, almost all girls are cut. Proponents say it reduces sexual desire and keeps women faithful. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA-CIRCUMCISION/
RTR1OW1E
April 21, 2007
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris...
KILGORIS, Kenya
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation in Kilgoris in Trans...
A group of Maasai women listen during a campaign against female genital mutilation (FGM) in Kilgoris in Trans Mara District, April 21, 2007. The U.S. ambassador to Kenya attacked the practice of female circumcision on Saturday, saying local communities must denounce it. Female genital mutilation (FGM) is widespread in the east African nation, where the government estimates about a third of women has suffered the procedure. Among some communities, like the Kisii and Masaai, almost all girls are cut. Proponents say it reduces sexual desire and keeps women faithful. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
PERU TATTOO CONVENTION
RTRBANM
September 20, 2004
French actor Pascal, holds a bucket of exploding firecrackers against his naked genitals as part of his...
Lima, Peru
French actor Pascal holds a bucket of exploding firecrackers against his naked genitals in Lima.
French actor Pascal, holds a bucket of exploding firecrackers against his naked genitals as part of his theater group's Kamikaze show to close out the 1st International Tattoo and Corporal Art Convention Lima 2004, in Lima, Peru, early September 20, 2004. More than 40 tattoo studios from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, France, Peru, Spain and the USA participated in the first event of this type in Peru. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares ODLY PP05080195 RR
GERMANY TRIAL
RTRHY4L
May 08, 2001
Klaus-Georg Wagner covers his face while he enters a courtroom in Bamberg, May 8, 2001. Wagner is accused...
Bamberg, Germany
GERMAN KLAUS GEORG WAGNER COVERS HIS FACE WHILE ENTERING A COURTROOM IN BAMBERG.
Klaus-Georg Wagner covers his face while he enters a courtroom in Bamberg, May 8, 2001. Wagner is accused of stealing, sexually abusing and mutilating the dead body of an 11-year-old girl from a cemetery in Buttenheim in 1990.

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