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TAX-BIGTECH/
RTX11VP8
July 23, 2013
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Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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An Adobe logo and Adobe products are seen reflected on a monitor display and an iPad screen, in this picture illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica July 8, 2013. Picture taken July 8, 2013. To match Special Report TAX-BIGTECH/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY LOGO)
MALI
RTXM65E
August 25, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 -Malian youths play soccer in front of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August...
Djenne, Mali
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 -Malian youths play soccer in front of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 -Malian youths play soccer in front of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks, was first built around A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in 1834 and the present mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was for many years a city at the crossroads of trade between northern and southern Africa and is one of the oldest cities in Africa where people still live.
MALI
RTXM65D
August 25, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The Djenne's...
Djenne, Mali
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks, was first built around A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in 1834 and the present mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was many years a city at the crossroads of trade between northern and southern Africa and is one of the oldest cities in Africa where people still live.
MALI
RTXM65C
August 25, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The Djenne's...
Djenne, Mali
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 10AUG03 - A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks, was first built around A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in 1834 and the present mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was many for years a city at the crossroads of trade between northern and southern Africa and is one of the oldest cities in Africa where people still live.
MALI
RTR22VR
August 10, 2003
A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The
Djenne's Great Mosque, built...
Djenne, Mali - Republic of
A MALIAN WALKS FROM THE GREAT MOSQUE IN DJENNE.
A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The
Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks, was first built around
A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in 1834 and the present
mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was many for years a city at the
crossroads of trade between northern and southern Africa and is one of the
oldest cities in Africa where people still live. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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MALI
RTR22U5
August 10, 2003
Malian youths play soccer in front of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali
August 10, 2003. The Djenne's...
Djenne, Mali - Republic of
MALIAN YOUTHS PLAY SOCCER IN FRONT OF THE GREAT MOSQUE IN DJENNE.
Malian youths play soccer in front of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali
August 10, 2003. The Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks,
was first built around A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in
1834 and the present mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was for many years a
city at the crossroads of trade between northern and southern Africa and is
one of the oldest cities in Africa where people still live. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Yves Herman PP03080090

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MALI
RTR22UZ
August 09, 2003
A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The
Djenne's Great Mosque, built...
Djenne, Mali - Republic of
A MALIAN WALKS FROM THE GREAT MOSQUE IN DJENNE.
A Malian walks out of the Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali August 10, 2003. The
Djenne's Great Mosque, built of sun-dried mud bricks, was first built around
A.D. 1240 and was replaced with a second mosque in 1834 and the present
mosque in 1906. The town of Djenne was many years a city at the crossroads
of trade between northern and southern Africa and is one of the oldest
cities in Africa where people still live. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Yves Herman
PP03080090 Pictures of the Year 2003

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