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NOBEL
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December 08, 2004 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India speaks to the media during a news conference... 
Stockholm 
Human rights activist Swami Agnivesh from India speaks to the media in Stockholm. 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India speaks to the media during a news conference of the 'Right Livelihood Award Foundation' in Stockholm December 8, 2004. Swami Agnivesh will receive one of this year's 'Right Livelihood Awards'. The award - commonly known as the Alternative Nobel Prize - has existed since 1980 to honour and encourage people who have dared to throw off the straitjacket of conventional ideas. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/JV 
NOBEL
RTRHQJ7 
December 08, 2004 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India speaks to the media during a news conference... 
Stockholm 
Human rights activist Swami Agnivesh from India speaks to the media in Stockholm. 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India speaks to the media during a news conference of the 'Right Livelihood Award Foundation' in Stockholm December 8, 2004. Swami Agnivesh will receive one of this year's 'Right Livelihood Awards'. The award - commonly known as the Alternative Nobel Prize - has existed since 1980 to honour and encourage people who have dared to throw off the straitjacket of conventional ideas. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/JV 
NOBEL
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December 08, 2004 
Bianca Jagger, human rights activist and ex-wife of Rolling Stones' lead singer Mick Jagger, attends... 
Stockholm 
Human rights advocate Bianca Jagger attends news conference in Stockholm. 
Bianca Jagger, human rights activist and ex-wife of Rolling Stones' lead singer Mick Jagger, attends a news conference of the 'Right Livelihood Award Foundation' in Stockholm December 8, 2004. Bianca Jagger will receive one of this year's 'Right Livelihood Awards'. The award - commonly known as the Alternative Nobel Prize - was introduced in 1980 to honour and encourage people who have dared to throw off the straitjacket of conventional ideas. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/GB 
SHA07D
RTRP8UI 
June 12, 2003 
Sexy women's underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June
12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering... 
Shanghai, China 
SEXY WOMEN UNDERWEAR ARE DISPLAYED AT A STALL IN SHANGHAI. 
Sexy women's underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June
12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering its uninhibited past after more than
a decade of growth and liberalisation. "Shanghai is emerging from its
shell after the Maoist straitjacket, artificially imposed on the city
for some 30 years, begins loosening," said Liu Dalin, sexologist and
curator of Shanghai sex museum. "It's all part and parcel of the market
economy," he added. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SHA05D
RTRP8UA 
June 12, 2003 
Sexy women underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June 12,2003.
Shanghai is rediscovering its... 
Shanghai, China 
SEXY WOMEN UNDERWEAR ARE DISPLAYED AT A STALL IN SHANGHAI. 
Sexy women underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June 12,2003.
Shanghai is rediscovering its uninhibited past after more than a decade
of growth and liberalisation. "Shanghai is emerging from its shell
after the Maoist straitjacket, artificially imposed on the city for
some 30 years, begins loosening," said Liu Dalin, sexologist and
curator of Shanghai sex museum. "It's all part and parcel of the market
economy," he added. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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SHA04D
RTRP8U4 
June 12, 2003 
A Chinese couple walk past a huge advertisement for women's underwear
in Shanghai June 12,2003. Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China 
COUPLE WALK PAST ADVERTISEMENT FOR WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR IN SHANGHAI. 
A Chinese couple walk past a huge advertisement for women's underwear
in Shanghai June 12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering its uninhibited
past after more than a decade of growth and liberalisation. "Shanghai
is emerging from its shell after the Maoist straitjacket, artificially
imposed on the city for some 30 years, begins loosening," said Liu
Dalin, sexologist and curator of Shanghai sex museum. "It's all part
and parcel of the market economy," he added. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
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SHA06D
RTRP8TY 
June 12, 2003 
Kinky men's underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June
12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering its... 
Shanghai, China 
KINKY MEN'S UNDERWEAR ARE DISPLAYED AT A STALL IN SHANGHAI. 
Kinky men's underwear are displayed at a stall in Shanghai June
12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering its uninhibited past after more than
a decade of growth and liberalisation. "Shanghai is emerging from its
shell after the Maoist straitjacket, artificially imposed on the city
for some 30 years, begins loosening," said Liu Dalin, sexologist and
curator of Shanghai sex museum. "It's all part and parcel of the market
economy," he added. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV PP03060046

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LIFE CHINA SEX
RTRP7FU 
June 12, 2003 
A Chinese couple walks past an advertisement for women's underwear in
Shanghai June 12,2003. Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of 
COUPLE WALK PAST ADVERTISEMENT FOR WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR IN SHANGHAI. 
A Chinese couple walks past an advertisement for women's underwear in
Shanghai June 12,2003. Shanghai is rediscovering its uninhibited past
after more than a decade of growth and liberalisation. "Shanghai is
emerging from its shell after the Maoist straitjacket, artificially
imposed on the city for some 30 years, begins loosening," said Liu
Dalin, sexologist and curator of Shanghai sex museum. "It's all part
and parcel of the market economy," he added. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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ARGENTINA
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January 07, 2002 
Buenos Aires residents wait in line to enter a branch of the Banco de la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Buenos Aires residents wait in line to enter a branch of the Banco de la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenu..... 
Buenos Aires residents wait in line to enter a branch of the Banco de la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the currency straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while creating record unemployment and business closings, fought to stop devaluation from bringing a quick return of price rises that could re-ignite unrest. 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR65T 
January 07, 2002 
Pedestrians pass a bookstore holding a closing sale along Florida
Street, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
PEDESTRIANS PASS STORE CLOSING IN ONE OF BUENOS AIRES WEALTHIEST
DISTRICTS. 
Pedestrians pass a bookstore holding a closing sale along Florida
Street, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest shopping districts, January 7,
2002. Argentina, which has shed the currency straitjacket it wore for a
decade to ward off inflation while creating record unemployment and
business closings, fought to stop devaluation from bringing a quick
return of price rises that could re-ignite unrest. The sign reads,
"Unfortunately we've reached the end. Huge exhibition and sale."
REUTERS/Andres Stapff

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR65H 
January 07, 2002 
A poor Buenos Aires resident and her baby beg for change from
pedestrians along Florida Street in one... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
POOR ARGENTINES BEG ALONG ONE OF THE CITYS WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS. 
A poor Buenos Aires resident and her baby beg for change from
pedestrians along Florida Street in one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest
shopping districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the
currency straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while
creating record unemployment and poverty levels, fought to stop
devaluation from bringing a quick return of price rises that could
re-ignite unrest. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
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January 07, 2002 
Argentines, many of them unemployed, pray to Saint Cayetano, the patron
saint of work and bread in the... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
POOR ARGENTINES PRAY TO SAINT CAYETANO. 
Argentines, many of them unemployed, pray to Saint Cayetano, the patron
saint of work and bread in the poor Buenos Aires neighborhood of
Liniers, January 7, 2002, as hundreds of Catholics do faithfully on the
seventh day of each month. Argentina, which has shed the currency
straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while creating
record unemployment and poverty levels, fought to stop devaluation from
bringing a quick return of price rises that could re-ignite unrest.
REUTERS/Andres Stapff

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5YB 
January 07, 2002 
A sign reading "We have no dollars" remains posted on the front door of
a branch of the Banco de la... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
BUENOS AIRES BANK WITH "WE HAVE NO DOLLARS" SIGN ON THE DOOR. 
A sign reading "We have no dollars" remains posted on the front door of
a branch of the Banco de la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos
Aires' wealthiest districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed
the currency straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation
while creating record unemployment and business closings, fought to
stop devaluation from bringing a quick return of price rises that could
re-ignite unrest. REUTERS/Andres Stapff

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5Y5 
January 07, 2002 
Buenos Aires residents wait in line to enter a branch of the Banco de
la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
BUENOS AIRES RESIDENTS WAIT TO ENTER A BANK. 
Buenos Aires residents wait in line to enter a branch of the Banco de
la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest
districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the currency
straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while creating
record unemployment and business closings, fought to stop devaluation
from bringing a quick return of price rises that could re-ignite
unrest. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5XC 
January 07, 2002 
A Buenos Aires policeman maintains order as bank clients wait in line
to enter a branch of the Banco... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
BUENOS AIRES RESIDENTS WAIT TO ENTER A BANK ONE DAY AFTER PESO
DEVALUATION. 
A Buenos Aires policeman maintains order as bank clients wait in line
to enter a branch of the Banco de la Nacion along Santa Fe Avenue, one
of Buenos Aires' wealthiest districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina,
which has shed the currency straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward
off inflation while creating record unemployment and business closings,
fought to stop devaluation from bringing a quick return of price rises
that could re-ignite unrest. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5X2 
January 07, 2002 
A Buenos Aires resident passes a supermarket advertising specials along
Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
BUENOS AIRES RESIDENT PASSES A SUPERMARKET IN ONE OF THE CITY'S
WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS. 
A Buenos Aires resident passes a supermarket advertising specials along
Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest shopping districts,
January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the currency straitjacket it
wore for a decade to ward off inflation while creating record
unemployment and business closings, fought to stop devaluation from
bringing a quick return of price rises that could re-ignite unrest.
REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5WT 
January 07, 2002 
A Buenos Aires resident passes a luxury clothing store holding a
closing sale along Santa Fe Avenue,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
BUENOS AIRES RESIDENT PASSES STORE CLOSING IN ONE OF THE CITY'S
WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS. 
A Buenos Aires resident passes a luxury clothing store holding a
closing sale along Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest
shopping districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the
currency straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while
creating record unemployment and business closings, fought to stop
devaluation from bringing a quick return of price rises that could
re-ignite unrest. The sign reads "Sale. Going out of business."
REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR5WI 
January 07, 2002 
Poor Argentines beg for change from pedestrians in front of a closed
shop along Santa Fe Avenue, one... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
POOR ARGENTINES BEG ALONG ONE OF THE CITY'S WEALTHIEST DISTRICTS. 
Poor Argentines beg for change from pedestrians in front of a closed
shop along Santa Fe Avenue, one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest shopping
districts, January 7, 2002. Argentina, which has shed the currency
straitjacket it wore for a decade to ward off inflation while creating
record unemployment and poverty levels, fought to stop devaluation from
bringing a quick return of price rises that could re-ignite unrest.
REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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