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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7GLHC
April 30, 2020
White House Acting Chief of Staff Mark Meadows listens next to a masked soundman and member of the news...
Washington, UNITED STATES
White House Chief of Staff Meadows attends Trump-Murphy coronavirus response meeting at the White House...
White House Acting Chief of Staff Mark Meadows listens next to a masked soundman and member of the news media during U.S. President Donald Trump's coronavirus response meeting with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., April 30, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
GLOBAL-MEDIA/
RTS1QHYW
May 08, 2018
A soundman works with a mixing console at Haiti National Television (TNH) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A soundman works with a mixing console at Haiti National Television (TNH) in Port-au-Prince
A soundman works with a mixing console at Haiti National Television (TNH) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
SERBIA-RUSSIA/MEDIA
RTS14X3S
May 03, 2017
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11,...
Belgrade, Serbia
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11, 2017. Picture taken on April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic
FRANCE/
RTR380IK
September 15, 2012
A soundman records ambient sounds during the European Heritage Days in the disused Saint Paul prison...
Lyon, France
Soundman records ambient sounds during the European Heritage Days in the disused Saint Paul prison in...
A soundman records ambient sounds during the European Heritage Days in the disused Saint Paul prison in Lyon September 15, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2W3WR
January 10, 2012
A soundman makes adjustments to his equiptment while standing on the balcony above the DAX board at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
A soundman makes adjustments to his equiptment while standing on the balcony above the DAX board at the...
A soundman makes adjustments to his equiptment while standing on the balcony above the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange January 10, 2012. REUTERS/Remote/Kirill Iordansky (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ISRAEL/
RTR2QRDP
September 04, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH...
Tel Aviv, Israel
To accompany Picture Package THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "PROTEST" TO SEE ALL IMAGES (PXP01 - 30)

A combination picture shows Shai Dagan, 42, a soundman, and his tent at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and between people towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." The sign reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Pictures taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL/
RTR2QRDO
September 04, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH...
Tel Aviv, Israel
To accompany Picture Package THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "PROTEST" TO SEE ALL IMAGES (PXP01 - 30)

The tent of Shai Dagan, 42, a soundman, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, as part on an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there, Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially, life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and between people towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." The sign reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL/
RTR2QRDN
September 04, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH...
Tel Aviv, Israel
To accompany Picture Package THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY
THIS PICTURE IS ONE OF 30 TO ACCOMPANY PICTURE PACKAGE: THE PROTESTERS OF TEL AVIV'S TENT CITY. SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "PROTEST" TO SEE ALL IMAGES (PXP01 - 30)

Shai Dagan, a 42 year-old soundman, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-FILM/WOMEN
RTR2NNMI
June 14, 2011
An Afghan soundman shouts "silence" during the shooting of an Afghan feature film in the village of Sarai...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match Feature AFGHANISTAN-FILM/WOMEN
An Afghan soundman shouts "silence" during the shooting of an Afghan feature film in the village of Sarai Khuja, north of Kabul June 3, 2011. During the austere Taliban rule from 1996-2001, television, music and film were banned. Amid escalating violence across Afghanistan in the tenth year of fighting in the NATO-led war, fear of the Taliban is ever-present across many sectors of society. The Afghan film industry says suicide attacks and bombs threaten the livelihood of its cinema just as much as its lack of quality equipment. Picture taken June 3, 2011. To match Feature AFGHANISTAN-FILM/WOMEN REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
CHINA/
RTR251ZJ
June 26, 2009
A soundman fixes a sound device on actor Tony Leung Ka-Fai before shooting on the set of the film 'Bodyguards...
Shanghai, China
A soundman fixes a sound device on actor Tony Leung Ka-Fai before shooting on the set of the film 'Bodyguards...
A soundman fixes a sound device on actor Tony Leung Ka-Fai before shooting on the set of the film 'Bodyguards And Assassins' in Shanghai June 26, 2009. The set, a specially built one-to-one scale set of a few streets of Hong Kong circa 1905, and claimed to be the biggest ever made in China, was built at a cost of 43,000,000 Yuan ($ 6,290,000), with the budget of the movie set at 150,000,000 Yuan ($ 22,000,000). The film is scheduled to be out in cinemas before the end of the year. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA ENTERTAINMENT)
IRAQ/
RTX6YFK
June 15, 2008
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
Baghdad, Iraq
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad on August 28, 2005. Inspector General's office of the U.S. Department of Defence will release its report on its investigation into the 2005 killing of Waleed Khaled. They will give this report to Reuters in New York on Monday afternoon. REUTERS/Files (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTX6YFG
June 15, 2008
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
Baghdad, Iraq
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad on August 28, 2005. Inspector General's office of the U.S. Department of Defence will release its report on its investigation into the 2005 killing of Waleed Khaled. They will give this report to Reuters in New York on Monday afternoon. REUTERS/Files (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTX6YFA
June 15, 2008
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled with his children. Inspector...
Baghdad, Iraq
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled with his children
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled with his children. Inspector General's office of the U.S. Department of Defence will release its report on its investigation into the August 28, 2005 killing of Waleed Khaled. They will give this report to Reuters in New York on Monday afternoon. REUTERS/Files (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTX6YF9
June 15, 2008
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
Baghdad, Iraq
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad...
An undated file photograph of late Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who was shot dead in Baghdad on August 28, 2005. Inspector General's office of the U.S. Department of Defence will release its report on its investigation into the 2005 killing of Waleed Khaled. They will give this report to Reuters in New York on Monday afternoon. REUTERS/FILES (IRAQ)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/GAZA-REUTERS
RTR1ZJZV
April 16, 2008
Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana films in Rafah camp in the southern Gaza Strip in this February 4, 2008...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
File photo of Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana in Gaza
Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana films in Rafah camp in the southern Gaza Strip in this February 4, 2008 file photo. A Reuters cameraman was killed in the Gaza Strip on April 16, 2008 in what appeared to have been an Israeli military strike. Shana, a 23-year-old Palestinian, was covering violence in the enclave for the international news agency. Two bystanders were also killed in an explosion after Shana stepped from his vehicle. His soundman escaped serious injury. Film from Shana's camera showed an Israeli tank stationed several hundred metres (yards) away firing a shell. The film then went blank, apparently at the moment Shana was hit. Earlier, local residents had said the explosion appeared to have been caused by an air strike. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
RUGBY-FRANCE/PELOUS
RTX2GI
November 07, 2007
France's rugby player Fabien Pelous (2nd R), French Rugby federation President Bernard Lapasset (2nd...
Paris, France
France's rugby player Pelous speaks during a news conference in Paris
France's rugby player Fabien Pelous (2nd R), French Rugby federation President Bernard Lapasset (2nd L) and former French rugby team coach Jean-Claude Skrela (R), attend a news conference in Paris November 7, 2007. Pelous, France's most capped player, announced his decision to end his international career. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CALIFORNIA-WILDFIRE/
RTR1V6ES
October 21, 2007
A news crew soundman walks past a burning car as firefighters work to contain a wildfire burning in Malibu,...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
A news crew soundman walks past a burning car as firefighters work to contain a wildfire burning in Malibu...
A news crew soundman walks past a burning car as firefighters work to contain a wildfire burning in Malibu, California October 21, 2007. Powerful winds fanned wildfires burning through the canyons of the seaside celebrity enclave of Malibu on Sunday, forcing hundreds to evacuate and putting a university campus on alert. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ REUTERS
RTRM37H
August 31, 2005
Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem calls his mother after being released from detention at a U.S. military...
Baghdad
Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem calls his mother after being released from detention at a U.S. ...
Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem calls his mother after being released from detention at a U.S. military base in Baghdad. Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem calls his mother after being released from detention at a U.S. military base in Baghdad August 31, 2005. A cameraman for Reuters in Iraq has been ordered by a secret tribunal to be held without charge in Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison until his case is reviewed within six months, a U.S. military spokesman said on Wednesday. But another Reuters cameraman was released after being held for three days by U.S. troops following an incident in which his soundman was shot dead, apparently by American soldiers. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen
IRAQ REUTERS
RTRM36X
August 31, 2005
Colleagues welcome Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem (facing camera) at the Reuters office after being...
Baghdad
Colleagues welcome Reuters cameraman Kadhem after being released from detention at U.S. base in Baghdad....
Colleagues welcome Reuters cameraman Haider Kadhem (facing camera) at the Reuters office after being released from detention at a U.S. military base in Baghdad August 31, 2005. Kadhem was released after being held for three days by U.S. troops following an incident in which his soundman was shot dead, apparently by American soldiers. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen CJF/AT
IRAQ REUTERS
RTRM2SM
August 31, 2005
An Iraqi man pours coffee for mourners attending the memorial service for Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled...
Baghdad
Iraqi man pours coffee for mourners attending memorial service for Reuters soundman Khaled in Baghdad....
An Iraqi man pours coffee for mourners attending the memorial service for Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled in Baghdad August 31, 2005. Khaled, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers for three days. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CJF/JJ
IRAQ REUTERS
RTRM2SG
August 31, 2005
Mourners attend the memorial service for Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled in Baghdad August 31, 2005. Khaled,...
Baghdad
Mourners attend memorial service for Reuters soundman Khaled in Baghdad.
Mourners attend the memorial service for Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled in Baghdad August 31, 2005. Khaled, a Reuters television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers for three days. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CJF/JJ
IRAQ
RTXNQ9L
August 29, 2005
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh cemetery...
Baghdad, Iraq
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh .....
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. [Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed.]
IRAQ
RTRLTYP
August 29, 2005
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Baghdad
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad. Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
IRAQ
RTRLTY8
August 29, 2005
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Baghdad
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad. Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz Pictures of the month August 2005
IRAQ
RTRLTXV
August 29, 2005
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Baghdad
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in...
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled mourn his death at Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad. Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled mourn his death at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
IRAQ
RTRLTWW
August 29, 2005
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled carry coffin for burial at Al Karkh cemetery...
Baghdad
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled carry coffin for burial at Al Karkh ...
Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Khaled carry coffin for burial at Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad. Friends, relatives and colleagues of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled carry his coffin for burial at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
IRAQ
RTRLTW0
August 29, 2005
The coffin of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (pictured below) is removed from the top of a car after...
Baghdad
Coffin of Reuters soundman Khaled is removed from top of car after arriving at Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad....
The coffin of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (pictured below) is removed from the top of a car after arriving at the Al Karkh cemetery in Baghdad August 29, 2005. Reuters demanded the immediate release on Monday of an Iraqi cameraman who was still being held by U.S. forces more than 24 hours after being wounded in an incident in which his soundman was killed. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CJF/VP
IRAQ
RTXNQ5F
August 28, 2005
The car of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled is seen after he was shot dead in Baghdad's Al Ghazalea district...
Baghdad, Iraq
The car of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled is seen after he was shot dead in Baghdad's Al Ghazalea di.....
The car of Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled is seen after he was shot dead in Baghdad's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
KHALED
RTXNQ5D
August 28, 2005
- UNDATED PHOTO - An undated file photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has...
Baghdad, Iraq
- UNDATED PHOTO - An undated file photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has.....
- UNDATED PHOTO - An undated file photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has been shot dead in Baghdad, August 28, 2005. Khaled, a Reuters Television soundman,was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
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IRAQ
RTXNQ5C
August 28, 2005
The brother of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries on his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after...
Baghdad, Iraq
The brother of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries on his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital af.....
The brother of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries on his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Waleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
KHALED
RTXNQ5B
August 28, 2005
Bullet holes are seen on the media identity cards of Waleed Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad's Al...
Baghdad, Iraq
Bullet holes are seen on the media identity cards of Waleed Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad's Al.....
Bullet holes are seen on the media identity cards of Waleed Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. A Reuters Television soundman was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman who was wounded was still being questioned by [U.S. troops 12 hours later. Iraqi police said the two, both Iraqis, were shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
IRAQ
RTXNQ5A
August 28, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05 - A file photograph shows Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (L), who has been shot...
Baghdad, Iraq
- PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05 - A file photograph shows Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (L), who has been sho.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05 - A file photograph shows Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (L), who has been shot dead in Baghdad August 28, 2005. Khaled is seen placing a microphone on Iraq's Deputy Health Minister Jalil Shamari in Baghdad in this photograph shot on August 26, 2005. Waleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.] Photo taken August 26, 2005.
IRAQ
RTXNQ59
August 28, 2005
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaleed, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk...
Baghdad, Iraq
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaleed, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Y.....
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaleed, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
IRAQ
RTXNQ58
August 28, 2005
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk...
Baghdad, Iraq
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Ya.....
The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
IRAQ
RTXNQ57
August 28, 2005
The uncle (L) of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital...
Baghdad, Iraq
The uncle (L) of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hos.....
The uncle (L) of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by [U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated.]
IRAQ REUTERS
RTRLS88
August 28, 2005
Bullet holes are seen on the media identity cards of Waleed Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad's Al...
Baghdad
Bullet holes seen on media IDs of Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad.
Bullet holes are seen on the media identity cards of Waleed Khaled after he was shot in Baghdad's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. A Reuters Television soundman was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman who was wounded was still being questioned by U.S. troops 12 hours later. Iraqi police said the two, both Iraqis, were shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Caren Firouz CJF/PN
IRAQ
RTRLS5Z
August 28, 2005
Uncle of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was...
Baghdad
Uncle of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was...
Uncle of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the capital. The uncle (L) of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ
RTRLRSG
August 28, 2005
An undated file photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has been shot dead in...
Baghdad
File photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has been shot dead in Baghdad.
An undated file photograph shows Reuters Television soundman Waleed Khaled who has been shot dead in Baghdad, August 28, 2005. Khaled, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CJF/JV
MIDEAST
RTRLRRU
August 28, 2005
A file photograph shows Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (L), who has been shot dead in Baghdad August...
Baghdad
File photograph shows Reuters soundman Khaled who has been shot dead in Baghdad.
A file photograph shows Reuters soundman Waleed Khaled (L), who has been shot dead in Baghdad August 28, 2005. Khaled is seen placing a microphone on Iraq's Deputy Health Minister Jalil Shamari in Baghdad in this photograph shot on August 26, 2005. Waleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. Photo taken August 26, 2005. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz CJF/mk/JV
IRAQ
RTRLRPE
August 28, 2005
Brother of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he...
Baghdad
Brother of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he...
Brother of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cries over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the Iraqi capital. The brother of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cries on his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Waleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ
RTRLROY
August 28, 2005
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after...
Baghdad
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital ......
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the capital. The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot dead in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ
RTRLROJ
August 28, 2005
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after...
Baghdad
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital ......
Uncle and father of killed Reuters soundman Khaled cry over his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the capital. The uncle (L) and father of Reuters journalist, Waleed Khaled, cry over his his body at Baghdad's Yarmouk hospital after he was shot in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district August 28, 2005. Khaleed, a Reuters Television soundman, was shot dead in Baghdad on Sunday and a cameraman with him was wounded and then detained by U.S. soldiers. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ
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August 27, 2005
Reuters television cameraman Haidar Kadhem sits in the Reuters office in Baghdad August 27, 2005, the...
Baghdad
Reuters cameraman Khadem sits in Reuters office in Baghdad.
Reuters television cameraman Haidar Kadhem sits in the Reuters office in Baghdad August 27, 2005, the evening before he was shot and wounded in the Iraqi capital's Al Ghazalea district. Kadhem was wounded in the back on August 28, 2005 and was the only known eyewitness to the death of his colleague, television soundman Waleed Khaleed. Iraqi police said they had been shot by U.S. forces. A U.S. Military spokesman said the incident was being investigated. Kadheem was detained by U.S. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen CJF/fa
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle.....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday.
OUATHI
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, smiles after he was released in Gaza city August...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, smiles after he was released in Gaza city Augus.....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, smiles after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. Ouathi's kidnapping was the longest in a series of abductions of foreign journalists and aid workers in Gaza. No group claimed responsibility.
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city.....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said.
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city August...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city Au.....
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said.
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle.....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said.
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, gestures after he was released in Gaza city August...
Gaza
Soundman for France 3 television gestures after he was released in Gaza city.
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, gestures after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. Ouathi's kidnapping was the longest in a series of abductions of foreign journalists and aid workers in Gaza. No group claimed responsibility. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/KS
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city. Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, smiles after he was released in Gaza city August...
Gaza
Soundman for France 3 television smiles after his release in Gaza city.
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, smiles after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. Ouathi's kidnapping was the longest in a series of abductions of foreign journalists and aid workers in Gaza. No group claimed responsibility. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/KS
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, sits during a news conference after he was released...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, sits during a news conference after he was ...
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, sits during a news conference after he was released in Gaza city. Mohammad Ouathi (2nd R), a soundman for France 3 television, sits during a news conference after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/TW
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi (L), a soundman for France 3 television, shakes hands with friends after his release...
Gaza
Soundman for France 3 television shakes hands with friends after his release in Gaza.
Mohammad Ouathi (L), a soundman for France 3 television, shakes hands with friends after his release in Gaza city August 22, 2005. Ouathi's kidnapping was the longest in a series of abductions of foreign journalists and aid workers in Gaza. No group claimed responsibility. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/KS
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend in Gaza.
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said.REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/TW
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city....
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, drinks water after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/TW
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city August...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city.
Mohammad Ouathi (C), a soundman for France 3 television, walks after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/TW
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi a soundman for France 3 television is escorted by Palestinian officer after he was released...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi a soundman for France 3 television is escorted by Palestinian officer after he was ......
Mohammad Ouathi a soundman for France 3 television is escorted by Palestinian officer after he was released in Gaza city. Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, is escorted by a Palestinian officer after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
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August 22, 2005
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle...
Gaza
Mohammad Ouathi a soundman for France 3 television talks to his friend French journalist in Gaza.
Mohammad Ouathi, a soundman for France 3 television, talks to his friend French journalist Gwenaelle Lenoir after he was released in Gaza city August 22, 2005. The French television journalist abducted by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza a week ago was freed unharmed on Monday, witnesses said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ/TW
IRAQ BUSH
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August 15, 2005
Cindy Sheehan walks away following remarks to press at anti-war protest camp near the ranch owned by...
Crawford, UNITED STATES
Cindy Sheehan walks away following remarks to press at anti-war protest camp near the ranch owned by...
Cindy Sheehan walks away following remarks to press at anti-war protest camp near the ranch owned by US President Bush in Crawford, Texas. President of Gold Star Families for Peace, Cindy Sheehan of Vacaville, California, is followed by a tv soundman as she walks away following remarks to the press at her anti-war protest camp near the ranch owned by U.S. President George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas, August 15, 2005. Sheehan, who lost her son Casey serving in the military last year during the Iraq war, is on the second week of campaigning against the U.S. military presence in Iraq near Bush's ranch. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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