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GLOBAL-PRECIOUS/
RTX2SNIP
November 09, 2016
Gold bars are seen at the Kazakhstan's National Bank vault in Almaty, Kazakhstan, September 30, 2016....
Almaty, Kazakhstan
Gold bars are seen at the Kazakhstan's National Bank vault in Almaty
Gold bars are seen at the Kazakhstan's National Bank vault in Almaty, Kazakhstan, September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva/File Photo
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3PEC4
May 16, 2014
An official films electronic voting machines (EVM) inside a strongroom before the start of vote counting...
Ahmedabad, India
An official films electronic voting machines inside a strongroom before the start of vote counting in...
An official films electronic voting machines (EVM) inside a strongroom before the start of vote counting in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad May 16, 2014. Counting of votes began on Friday after India's mammoth election, which could usher in the most profound economic change in a generation if opposition leader Narendra Modi wins a clear mandate for his agenda to revive growth and create jobs. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3N1MJ
April 29, 2014
A worker collects electronic voting machines (EVM) from a strongroom at an election material distribution...
None, India
A worker collects EVM from a strongroom at an election material distribution centre ahead of the seventh...
A worker collects electronic voting machines (EVM) from a strongroom at an election material distribution centre ahead of the seventh phase of the general election at Howrah district in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal April 29, 2014. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in the world's biggest election - a number exceeding the population of Europe and a world record - and results of the mammoth exercise, which concludes on May 12, are due on May 16. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
AUSTRIA/
RTX11V1P
July 22, 2013
An employee of GSA Austria (Money Service Austria) opens a safe containing bundles of 50 and 20 euro...
Vienna, Austria
An employee of GSA Austria opens a safe with euro banknotes at the company's headquarters in Vienna
An employee of GSA Austria (Money Service Austria) opens a safe containing bundles of 50 and 20 euro banknotes at the company's headquarters in Vienna July 22, 2013. The GSA delivers new and collects old currency for the Austrian National Bank. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
METROBANK-EARNINGS/
RTXZ8SW
May 03, 2013
A member of Metro Bank's staff poses for a photograph in the vault of their new branch in Slough, southern...
Slough, United Kingdom
A member of Metro Bank's staff poses for a photograph in the vault of their new branch in Slough
A member of Metro Bank's staff poses for a photograph in the vault of their new branch in Slough, southern England May 3, 2013. This is the only bank in the United Kingdom that has a drive-thru facility. Metro Bank, which launched in 2010 as Britain's first new high street lender for more than a century, saw customer numbers surge in 2012, benefiting from the unpopularity of the established banks. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXYGCC
April 10, 2013
An employee closes a safe door inside an Austrian bank in Vienna April 10, 2013. Austrian Finance Minister...
Vienna, Austria
Employee closes a safe door inside an Austrian bank in Vienna
An employee closes a safe door inside an Austrian bank in Vienna April 10, 2013. Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter will fight "like a lion" to defend the country's banking secrecy, she told a newspaper on Monday, promising to veto any steps that endanger the centuries-old tradition. Austria taxes interest income at source and sends the proceeds back to the depositor's home country without revealing any names, a system it defends as being more efficient than exchanging personal information with foreign governments. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROPE-BANKING/AUSTRIA
RTXYDDO
April 08, 2013
A bank employee stands in front of a vault in a bank in the western Austrian city of Hall in Tirol April...
HALL IN TIROL, Austria
Bank employee stands in front of bank vault in Hall in Tirol
A bank employee stands in front of a vault in a bank in the western Austrian city of Hall in Tirol April 8, 2013. Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter will fight "like a lion" to defend the country's banking secrecy, she told a newspaper on Monday, promising to veto any steps that endanger the centuries-old tradition. Austria taxes interest income at source and sends the proceeds back to the depositor's home country without revealing any names, a system it defends as being more efficient than exchanging personal information with foreign governments. REUTERS/ Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTXX096
January 24, 2011
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin visits precious metals safe vault of the Central Bank in Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's Prime Minister Putin visits precious metals safe vault of the Central Bank in Moscow
Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin visits precious metals safe vault of the Central Bank in Moscow January 24, 2011. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR23R6Q
January 22, 2009
A general view shows the entrance of the safe box room in the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel January...
Basel, Switzerland
A general view shows the entrance of the safe box room in the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel
A general view shows the entrance of the safe box room in the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel January 21, 2009. Picture taken January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR23QBH
January 22, 2009
An employee opens the door of the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel January 21, 2009. Picture taken January...
Basel, Switzerland
An employee opens the door of the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel
An employee opens the door of the vault of a Swiss bank in Basel January 21, 2009. Picture taken January 21, 2009. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
BERLIN
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October 22, 2004
The strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum is pictured October 22, 2004. The Coin Cabinet, which...
Berlin, Germany
A picture shows the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet.
The strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum is pictured October 22, 2004. The Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times was opened on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
BERLIN
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October 22, 2004
The strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum is pictured October 22, 2004. The Coin Cabinet, which...
Berlin, Germany
A picture shows the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet.
The strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum is pictured October 22, 2004. The Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times was opened on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
BERLIN
RTRDX6K
October 22, 2004
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum October 22, 2004. Eichel took part at the opening ceremony of the Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
BERLIN
RTRDX64
October 22, 2004
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel smiles during his visit to the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum October 22, 2004. Eichel took part at the opening ceremony of the Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
BERLIN
RTRDUVU
October 21, 2004
A man looks at a case of ancient coins in the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum October 21,...
Berlin, Germany
A man looks at a case of ancient coins in the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum.
A man looks at a case of ancient coins in the strongroom of Berlin's Coin Cabinet museum October 21, 2004. The collection of the Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times, will reopen on October 22. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
BERLIN
RTRDUVK
October 21, 2004
Wolfgang Steguweit, deputy director of Berlin's Coin Cabinet pulls out a case of ancient coins in the...
Berlin, Germany
Steguweit, deputy director of Berlin's Coin Cabinet pulls out a tablar with ancient coins.
Wolfgang Steguweit, deputy director of Berlin's Coin Cabinet pulls out a case of ancient coins in the strongroom of the museum October 21, 2004. The collection of the Coin Cabinet, which contains a collection of some 500,000 coins and medals from ancient to modern times, will reopen on October 22. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/MAD
AFGHANISTAN
RTXKXMG
November 29, 2001
An Afghan man sits under stacks of worthless Afghani note in an underground strongroom of the country's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man sits under stacks of worthless Afghani note in an underground strongroom of the countr.....
An Afghan man sits under stacks of worthless Afghani note in an underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November 29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank and made off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during their hurried retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling building consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani notes, stacked in dusty piles on the ground.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXKXMF
November 29, 2001
An Afghan man looks through window of an underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man looks through window of an underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Ka.....
An Afghan man looks through window of an underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November 29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank and made off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during their hurried retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling building consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani notes, stacked in dusty piles on the ground.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXKXME
November 29, 2001
Afghan men load worthless Afghani notes in bags in an underground strongroom of the country's national...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men load worthless Afghani notes in bags in an underground strongroom of the country's nation.....
Afghan men load worthless Afghani notes in bags in an underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November 29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank and made off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during their hurried retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling building consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani notes, stacked in dusty piles on the ground.
ATTACK AFGHANISTAN BANK
RTRPXKB
November 29, 2001
An Afghan man looks through window of an underground strongroom of the
country's national bank in Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN MAN LOOKS THROUGH WINDOW IN BASEMENT OF NATIONAL BANK IN KABUL.
An Afghan man looks through window of an underground strongroom of the
country's national bank in Kabul November 29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban
members plundered Afghanistan's national bank and made off with
millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during their hurried retreat
from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling building consisted of
ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani notes, stacked in dusty
piles on the ground. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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ATTACK AFGHANISTAN BANK
RTRPXIT
November 29, 2001
An Afghan man sits under stacks of worthless Afghani note in an
underground strongroom of the country's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN MAN SITS IN UNDERGROUND OF NATIONAL BANK IN KABUL.
An Afghan man sits under stacks of worthless Afghani note in an
underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November
29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank
and made off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during
their hurried retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling
building consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani
notes, stacked in dusty piles on the ground. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS/CLH/
ATTACK AFGHANISTAN BANK
RTRPXIF
November 29, 2001
Afghan men load worthless Afghani notes in bags in an underground
strongroom of the country's national...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN MEN LOAD MONEY IN BAGS IN UNDERDROUND OF NATIONAL BANK IN KABUL.
Afghan men load worthless Afghani notes in bags in an underground
strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November 29, 2001.
Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank and made
off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during their hurried
retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling building
consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani notes,
stacked in dusty piles on the ground. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS/CLH/
ATTACK
RTRPXIA
November 29, 2001
An Afghan man walks by stacks of worthless Afghani notes in an
underground strongroom of the country's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN MAN WALKS IN UNDERGROUND OF NATIONAL BANK IN KABUL.
An Afghan man walks by stacks of worthless Afghani notes in an
underground strongroom of the country's national bank in Kabul November
29, 2001. Fleeing Taliban members plundered Afghanistan's national bank
and made off with millions of dollars in cash two weeks ago during
their hurried retreat from Kabul. The only cash left at the crumbling
building consisted of ageing bundles of worthless 100 and 500 Afghani
notes, stacked in dusty piles on the ground. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS/CLH/
RTREEXA
May 27, 1998
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A view of the strongroom of the Swiss National Bank SNB in Berne. The Swiss Federal...
Switzerland
STRONGROOM OF THE SWISS NATIONAL BANK.
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A view of the strongroom of the Swiss National Bank SNB in Berne. The Swiss Federal Finance Ministry said May 27 that it was proposing to allow the Swiss National Bank to free up roughly half of its gold reserves, in line with a previously announced decision to end the gold backing for the Swiss franc.The finance ministry did not say how much gold should be used for the Solidarity Fund. The Solidarity Fund is separate from a Holocaust memorial fund started by Swiss Bank and businesses that has begun to pay out some of its 280 million Swiss francs to Jews and other Holocaust victims in Eastern Europe.

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