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USA-OBAMA/THROAT
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December 06, 2014
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington December 6, 2014. U.S. President Barack Obama, who...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington December 6, 2014. U.S. President Barack Obama, who had medical tests on Saturday after complaining of a sore throat, is suffering from acid reflux, the president's physician said. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
USA-OBAMA/THROAT
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December 06, 2014
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington December 6, 2014. U.S. President Barack Obama, who...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington
A view of the White House as it rains in Washington December 6, 2014. U.S. President Barack Obama, who had medical tests on Saturday after complaining of a sore throat, is suffering from acid reflux, the president's physician said. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
HEALTH PNEUMONIA HERBS
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April 06, 2003
A shopkeeper wearing a mask to protect herself against the Severe Acute
Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
SHOPKEEPER WEIGHS DRIED ROOT AT CHINESE MEDICINE STORE IN HONG KONG.
A shopkeeper wearing a mask to protect herself against the Severe Acute
Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) weighs 'banlangen', a kind of dried plant
root which is often used to treat problems like flu and sore throat,
along with other herbal medicine at a Chinese medicine store in Hong
Kong April 6, 2003. Doctors are presently treating patient with
anti-viral drugs which have side effects like foetal deformation. But
many of the seven million people in Hong Kong, the worst-hit are after
mainland China, are resorting to traditional Chinese medicine, which is
based more on centuries of experience than scientific foundation.
REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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OPERA
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July 16, 1999
The three tenors, Jose Carreras (L) Luciano Pavarotti (C) and Placido Domingo (R) pose together at a...
Dearborn, USA
The three tenors, Jose Carreras (L) Luciano Pavarotti (C) and Placido Domingo (R) pose together at a.....
The three tenors, Jose Carreras (L) Luciano Pavarotti (C) and Placido Domingo (R) pose together at a media briefing July 15 in Dearborn. The three tenors will perform their only scheduled North American concert in 1999 [at Detroit's Tiger stadium July 17. Pavarotti left minutes into the briefing because of a sore throat].
THREE TENORS
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July 15, 1999
The three tenors, Jose Carreras (L) Luciano Pavarotti (C) and Placido Domingo (R) pose together at a...
Dearborn, USA
THREE TENORS CARRERAS PAVAROTTI AND DOMINGO HOLD MEDIA BRIEFING.
The three tenors, Jose Carreras (L) Luciano Pavarotti (C) and Placido Domingo (R) pose together at a media briefing July 15 in Dearborn. The three tenors will perform their only scheduled North American concert in 1999 at Detroit's Tiger stadium July 17. Pavarotti left minutes into the briefing because of a sore throat.

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SPORT BIATHLON
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March 13, 1999
Winners of 12,5 km biathlon World Championship second placed Ukraine's Olena Petrova, Ukrainian winner...
Oslo, Norway
WINNERS OF THE 12.5 WOMEN'S BIATHLON CELEBRATE ON THE PODIUM.
Winners of 12,5 km biathlon World Championship second placed Ukraine's Olena Petrova, Ukrainian winner Olena Zubrilova and third placed Swede Magdalena Forsberg celebrate on the podium March 13. Zubrilova, skiing despite a sore throat, won the women's 12.5 km mass start in 40 minutes 8.2 seconds, 3.1 seconds ahead of compatriot Olena Petrova.

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D'ALEMA
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October 23, 1998
Italian Prime Massimo D'Alema uses a sore-throat remedy during a confidence vote in Italy's Chamber of...
Rome, Italy
Italian Prime Massimo D'Alema uses a sore-throat remedy during a confidence vote in Italy's Chamber .....
Italian Prime Massimo D'Alema uses a sore-throat remedy during a confidence vote in Italy's Chamber of Deputies October 23. D'Alema won a confidence vote on his centre-left government's programme in the lower house. In the vote, 333 deputies backed D'Alema with 281 against and three abstensions.
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ITALY GOVERNMENT
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October 23, 1998
Italian Prime Massimo D'Alema uses a sore-throat remedy during a confidence vote in Italy's Chamber of...
Rome
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER MASSIMO D'ALEMA SPAYS A SORE THROAT.
Italian Prime Massimo D'Alema uses a sore-throat remedy during a confidence vote in Italy's Chamber of Deputies October 23. D'Alema won a confidence vote on his centre-left government's programme in the lower house. In the vote, 333 deputies backed D'Alema with 281 against and three abstensions.

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POPE
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November 12, 1997
Pope John Paul II covers his face with his hand during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-voiced...
Pope John Paul II covers his face with his hand during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-vo.....
Pope John Paul II covers his face with his hand during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-voiced Pope did not read his address due to a sore throat. The Pope skipped a mass on November 11 because he was not feeling well.
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November 12, 1997
Pope John Paul II leans in his chair as a priest reads the Pope's address during his weekly audience...
Italy
POPE JOHN PAUL HAS HIS ADDRESS READ DURING A GENERAL AUDIENCE
Pope John Paul II leans in his chair as a priest reads the Pope's address during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-voiced Pope, who skipped a mass November 11 because he was not feeling well, did not read his address due to a sore throat. The Pope's doctors have ordered him to rest more and reduce tiring, lengthy public appearances wherever possible.

POPE AUDIENCE
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November 12, 1997
Pope John Paul II covers his face with his hand during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-voiced...
Italy
POPE JOHN PAUL PRESIDES OVER THE WEEKLY GENERAL AUDIENCE
Pope John Paul II covers his face with his hand during his weekly audience November 12. The raspy-voiced Pope did not read his address due to a sore throat. The Pope skipped a mass on November 11 because he was not feeling well.

POPE AUDIENCE
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February 05, 1997
Pope John Paul II waves from his window overlooking St. Peter's Square February 5. Pope John Paul II,...
Italy
POPE JOHN PAUL II WAVES FROM HIS WINDOW IN VATICAN CITY
Pope John Paul II waves from his window overlooking St. Peter's Square February 5. Pope John Paul II, suffering from influenza and a sore throat, unexpectedly cancelled audience on Wednesday and was ordered to rest in bed.

POPE
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November 01, 1992
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton reaches out to shake hands during an airport rally in...
UNITED STATES
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton reaches out to shake hands during an airport rally in...
Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton reaches out to shake hands during an airport rally in Wilkes-Barre. Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton reaches out to shake hands during an airport rally in Wilkes-Barre, November 1, 1992. Cutting his remarks short due to a sore throat, Clinton continued his campaign pace with two days before the election. Reuters/Win McNamee
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