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SAUDI-SOAPOPERA/
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July 26, 2008
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first broadcast in its native Turkey three years ago has taken the Arab world by storm, provoking a flood of Gulf Arab tourists to Turkey that even includes royalty. REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI-SOAPOPERA/
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July 26, 2008
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first broadcast in its native Turkey three years ago has taken the Arab world by storm, provoking a flood of Gulf Arab tourists to Turkey that even includes royalty. REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI-SOAPOPERA/
RTX85FO
July 26, 2008
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah
A family watches the Turkish soap opera "Noor" in Jeddah July 26, 2008. The show which flopped when first broadcast in its native Turkey three years ago has taken the Arab world by storm, provoking a flood of Gulf Arab tourists to Turkey that even includes royalty. REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/SOAPOPERA
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February 01, 2007
Italy's outgoing Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (C) gestures as he talks to the new lawmaker of Forza...
Rome, Italy
File photo of Italy's outgoing PM Berlusconi talking to lawmaker of Forza Italia and former television...
Italy's outgoing Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (C) gestures as he talks to the new lawmaker of Forza Italia and former television showgirl, Mara Carfagna (R), at the Italian Parliament in Rome in this May 8, 2006 file photo. The 70-year-old Berlusconi, once a struggling cruise ship crooner and now Italy's richest man, issued a syrupy public apology to his wife Veronica January 31, 2007, ceding to her demands after he openly flirted with young starlets at a party. Italian media said Berlusconi's quips were made to Carfagna and Venezuelan model Ayda Yespica. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/Files (ITALY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/SOAPOPERA
RTR1LVIS
February 01, 2007
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
Rome, Italy
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica to a customer in Rome February 1, 2007. The 70-year-old Berlusconi, once a struggling cruise ship crooner and now Italy's richest man, issued a syrupy public apology to his wife Veronica on Wednesday, ceding to her demands after he openly flirted with young starlets at a party. The headline reads "Love Manual", also the name of a current romantic comedy film starring Monica Bellucci. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/SOAPOPERA
RTR1LVIO
February 01, 2007
A man reads a newspaper featuring a story about former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
Rome, Italy
A man reads a newspaper featuring a story about former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
A man reads a newspaper featuring a story about former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica in Rome February 1, 2007. The 70-year-old Berlusconi, once a struggling cruise ship crooner and now Italy's richest man, issued a syrupy public apology to his wife Veronica on Wednesday, ceding to her demands after he openly flirted with young starlets at a party. The headline reads "Veronica, I ask your forgiveness". REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/SOAPOPERA
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February 01, 2007
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
Rome, Italy
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife...
A vendor passes a newspaper featuring a photo of former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his wife Veronica to a customer in Rome February 1, 2007. The 70-year-old Berlusconi, once a struggling cruise ship crooner and now Italy's richest man, issued a syrupy public apology to his wife Veronica on Wednesday, ceding to her demands after he openly flirted with young starlets at a party. The newspaper headline reads "Love Manual", also the name of a current romantic comedy film starring Monica Bellucci. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/SOAPOPERA
RTR1LVEE
February 01, 2007
An email sent by staff of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to reporters, containing the...
Rome, Italy
Email sent by staff of former Italian PM Berlusconi to reporters, containing text of letter of apology...
An email sent by staff of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to reporters, containing the text of a letter of apology to his wife Veronica, February 1, 2007. Move over Big Brother. Italy's true life reality show is playing out not in a fish bowl studio but on the evening news, the front pages and in the piazzas: Silvio Berlusconi and his scorned wife have made peace -- for now. The past two days in Italy have been the stuff soap opera script writers can only dream of -- and overall viewer ratings have soared. The 70-year-old Berlusconi, once a struggling cruise ship crooner and now Italy's richest man, issued a syrupy public apology to his wife Veronica on Wednesday, ceding to her demands after he openly flirted with young starlets at a party. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
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May 17, 2006
A young Afghan poster seller shows posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
A young Afghan poster seller shows posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" in Kabul, Afghanistan May 14, 2006. The television drama is hugely popular in Afghanistan, where for the first time after decades of war, people are able to see a series that explores many of the issues they encounter in their own lives. Picture taken May 14, 2006. To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
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May 17, 2006
Afghans watch the Indian family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" at a teashop in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
Afghans watch the Indian family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" at a teashop in Kabul, Afghanistan May 14, 2006. The television drama is hugely popular in Afghanistan, where for the first time after decades of war, people are able to see a series that explores many of the issues they encounter in their own lives. Picture taken May 14, 2006. To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
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May 17, 2006
Posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
Posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" are on sale at a market in Kabul, Afghanistan May 14, 2006. The television drama is hugely popular in Afghanistan, where for the first time after decades of war, people are able to see a series that explores many of the issues they encounter in their own lives. Picture taken May 14, 2006. To match feature AFGHAN-SOAPOPERA REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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