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GHANA-CANCER/
RTS84AB3 
May 19, 2022 
Randy Tackie, 25, a research associate, prepares a mix for Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) processing... 
Accra, Ghana 
Randy Tackie, 25, a research associate, prepares a mix for PCR processing at Yemaachi Biotechnology,... 
Randy Tackie, 25, a research associate, prepares a mix for Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) processing at Yemaachi Biotechnology, a cancer research laboratory in Accra, Ghana May 19, 2022. Picture taken May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko 
GHANA-POSTERS/
RTS5Q1LC 
February 11, 2022 
Apprentice Joana Tackie, 24 sits at the workshop of Ghanaian movie poster artist Daniel Anum Jasper in... 
Accra, Ghana 
Apprentice Tackie sits at workshop of Ghanaian movie poster artist Jasper in Teshie 
Apprentice Joana Tackie, 24 sits at the workshop of Ghanaian movie poster artist Daniel Anum Jasper in the area of Teshie, Ghana February 11, 2022 Picture taken February 11, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GHANA-VACCINATION
RTX9Z2Z3 
March 02, 2021 
The Paramount Chief of the Ga State in the Greater Accra Region, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, arrives... 
Accra, Ghana 
Ghana launches COVID-19 vaccination campaign 
The Paramount Chief of the Ga State in the Greater Accra Region, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, arrives to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine during the vaccination campaign at the Ridge Hospital in Accra, Ghana March 2, 2021. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GHANA-VACCINATION
RTX9Z2WO 
March 02, 2021 
The Paramount Chief of the Ga State in the Greater Accra Region, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, waits to... 
Accra, Ghana 
Ghana launches COVID-19 vaccination campaign 
The Paramount Chief of the Ga State in the Greater Accra Region, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, waits to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine during the vaccination campaign at the Ridge Hospital in Accra, Ghana March 2, 2021. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko 
NIRELAND-ODDLY/
RTS1AMWC 
August 06, 2017 
Scotland's John Pollock applies tacky to his arm before competing in the heavy stone lifting in the Ultimate... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
Scotland's John Pollock applies tacky to his arm before competing in the heavy stone lifting in the Ultimate... 
Scotland's John Pollock applies tacky to his arm before competing in the heavy stone lifting in the Ultimate Strongman Masters World Championship in Belfast, Northern Ireland August 6, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne 
Travel
Travel 
Tourists in the DMZ - 24 Oct 2013 
15 PICTURES 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T2K 
August 13, 2012 
Singer Psy (front) performs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Singer Psy performs during his concert in Seoul 
Singer Psy (front) performs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T2D 
August 13, 2012 
Singer Psy (C) performs a parody of Lady Gaga with dancers during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012.... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Singer Psy performs a parody of Lady Gaga with dancers during his concert in Seoul 
Singer Psy (C) performs a parody of Lady Gaga with dancers during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T2A 
August 13, 2012 
Singer Psy performs as fans hold up his music CDs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Singer Psy performs as fans hold up his music CDs during his concert in Seoul 
Singer Psy performs as fans hold up his music CDs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T26 
August 13, 2012 
Singer Psy appears on giant screens during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Singer Psy appears on giant screens during his concert in Seoul 
Singer Psy appears on giant screens during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T23 
August 13, 2012 
Singer Psy performs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Singer Psy performs during his concert in Seoul 
Singer Psy performs during his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. The chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T1U 
August 13, 2012 
South Korean singer Psy speaks during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul 
South Korean singer Psy speaks during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. A chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY HEADSHOT) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T1N 
August 13, 2012 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. A chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY HEADSHOT) 
KOREA-UNCOOL/
RTR36T1M 
August 13, 2012 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul 
South Korean singer Psy poses during an interview with Reuters before his concert in Seoul August 11, 2012. A chubby, rapping singer with slicked-back hair and a tacky suit is the latest musical sensation to burst upon the world from South Korea, via a YouTube music video that has been seen by over 20 million people in under a month. In a nation famed for the pretty-boy but often bland bands of K-Pop, nobody was more surprised by the success of the video "Gangnam Style" than its creator, Psy, a musician with a decade-long career in his homeland who never thought to break overseas. Picture taken August 11, 2012. To match story KOREA-UNCOOL/ REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY HEADSHOT) 
PEOPLE-LOHAN/
RTR2G6Q4 
July 07, 2010 
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court before Judge Marsha Revel ruled... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court in Beverly Hills 
Actress Lindsay Lohan's fingernails are shown as she addresses the court before Judge Marsha Revel ruled that Lohan had violated her probation on a 2007 drunken driving charge and sentenced the troubled actress to 90 days in jail in Beverly Hills, California July 6, 2010. The judge ordered Lohan to surrender to authorities and begin her sentence on July 20, 2010. Photo taken July 6, 2010. REUTERS/David McNew/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6EM 
June 15, 2010 
Police provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama,... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
Police provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama... 
Police provide security for U.S. President Barack Obama at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6E0 
June 15, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6DW 
June 15, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6DT 
June 15, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach,... 
U.S. President Barack Obama greets patrons during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6DQ 
June 15, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks out over the water with Alabama Governor Bob Riley (R) during a visit... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Obama looks out over water with Alabama Governor Riley during visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant... 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks out over the water with Alabama Governor Bob Riley (R) during a visit to Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6E6 
June 14, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama places his order for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama,... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama places his order for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama... 
U.S. President Barack Obama places his order for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
OBAMA/
RTR2F6E2 
June 14, 2010 
U.S. President Barack Obama stops for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June... 
Orange Beach, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama stops for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama 
U.S. President Barack Obama stops for dinner at Tacky Jack's restaurant in Orange Beach, Alabama, June 14, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
TRAVEL-XIAMEN/
RTXC7JQ 
March 01, 2009 
Tourists and locals walk amongst old buildings which date back to the 1920s and 1930s in the booming... 
Xiamen, China 
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-XIAMEN/ 
Tourists and locals walk amongst old buildings which date back to the 1920s and 1930s in the booming southeastern Chinese city of Xiamen in this picture taken February 5, 2009. Tourism in Xiamen is really all about one thing -- Gulangyu. A 10-minute ferry ride, or five on a much more fun speedboat, the island is full of beautiful old houses, some of which date back to the declining years of the last emperor. The building styles are an eclectic mix of neo-classical and art deco, and many were built when the island was autonomously run as a foreign concession prior to World War Two. English guidebooks can be picked up at the Xinhua bookstore in the rather tacky centre of town, and the island is small enough that you can wander around its hidden lanes in around an hour. Picture taken February 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-XIAMEN/ REUTERS/Ben Blanchard (CHINA) 
BOXING
RTXAVG5 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton (L) of Britain fights with Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain fights Tackie of the U.S. during welterweight boxing match at MGM Grand Garden Arena... 
Matthew Hatton (L) of Britain fights with Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. Hatton won by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXAVFY 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton (L) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at the... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain fights Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden... 
Matthew Hatton (L) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. Hatton won by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXAVFU 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton of Britain celebrates after defeating Ben Tackie of the U.S. in their welterweight boxing... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain celebrates after defeating Tackie of the U.S. in their welterweight boxing match in... 
Matthew Hatton of Britain celebrates after defeating Ben Tackie of the U.S. in their welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. REUTERS/R. Marsh Starks (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXAVFP 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during their welterweight boxing bout at... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain fights Tackie of the U.S. during welterweight boxing bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena... 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during their welterweight boxing bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. REUTERS/R. Marsh Starks(UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXAVFJ 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton of Britain celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie of the U.S. after a welterweight boxing... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain celebrates his victory over Tackie of the U.S. after welterweight bout at the MGM Grand... 
Matthew Hatton of Britain celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie of the U.S. after a welterweight boxing bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXAVFG 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during their welterweight boxing match at... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain fights Tackie of the U.S. during welterweight boxing match in Las Vegas 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain fights Ben Tackie of the U.S. during their welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. Hatton won by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING/
RTXAVEK 
November 23, 2008 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain connects on Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hatton of Britain connects on Tackie of U.S. during welterweight boxing match in Las Vegas 
Matthew Hatton (R) of Britain connects on Ben Tackie of the U.S. during a welterweight boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada November 22, 2008. Hatton won by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
BOXING
RTXARSD 
November 19, 2008 
Welterweight boxer Matthew Hatton of Britain, brother of boxer Ricky Hatton, is shown during a news conference... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Welterweight boxer Matthew Hatton attends a news conference at the MGM Grand hotel and casino in Las... 
Welterweight boxer Matthew Hatton of Britain, brother of boxer Ricky Hatton, is shown during a news conference at the MGM Grand hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada November 19, 2008. Matthew Hatton will fight Ben Tackie of the U.S. in a 10-round bout on his brother's undercard at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 22. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
INDIA-BOLLYWOOD/HIT
RTX8X9 
November 12, 2007 
People drive past a poster of the newly released movie "Saawariya" in Mumbai November 10, 2007. A spoof... 
Mumbai, India 
People drive past a poster of the newly released movie 'Saawariya' in Mumbai 
People drive past a poster of the newly released movie "Saawariya" in Mumbai November 10, 2007. A spoof of Bollywood in the 1970s, inspired by a tacky reincarnation saga, has swept aside "Saawariya", a tragic romance based on a Fyodor Dostoevsky story, two of the biggest Indian movies of the year which opened last week. Picture taken November 10, 2007. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
Arts
Arts 
Terracotta Warrior Sculptures by Norwegian Artist in Beijing - 02 Mar 2007
11 PICTURES 
CHINA/
RTR1N0AB 
March 02, 2007 
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in... 
Beijing, China 
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture in Beijing 
A visitor looks at a terracotta warrior sculpture by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA/
RTR1N09X 
March 02, 2007 
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed at a gallery in Beijing... 
Beijing, China 
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed in Beijing 
Terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl are displayed at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, while inverting their gender from male to female, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA/
RTR1N09W 
March 02, 2007 
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in... 
Beijing, China 
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures in Beijing 
A visitor looks at terracotta warriors sculptures by Norwegian artist Marian Heyerdahl at a gallery in Beijing March 2, 2007. Heyerdahl recontextualises the Chinese famed terracotta warriors by duplicating the terracotta warriors in their original scale, while inverting their gender from male to female, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR1MKBE 
February 19, 2007 
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro, some 210 km... 
Oruro, Bolivia 
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro 
A dancer of 'Pujllay' group wears sandals with spurs during a Carnival parade in Oruro, some 210 km (130 miles) south of La Paz February 18, 2007.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
HUNGARY/
RTR1LVB2 
February 01, 2007 
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition... 
Budapest, Hungary 
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition... 
A model is seen prior to being photographed with a 1959 Chevrolet Impala at the Dream Car exhibition in Budapest February 1, 2007. The permanent exhibition, which consists of 60 cars, opened on Thursday and is organised by Hungarian collector Farkasdi Karoly. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY) 
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
RTR1KY2N 
January 07, 2007 
A WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for the 2007 International CES (Consumer... 
Las Vegas, USA 
The WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for 2007 International CES (Consumer... 
A WowWee Alive Elvis by WowWee Robotics sings during a media preview for the 2007 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2007. The robotic Elvis sings eight Elvis Presley songs and speaks 30 monologues, representatives said. The animated Elvis is expected to ship in June and retail for $349, they said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
CS
RTRL4HW 
January 21, 2005 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim land,... 
Phang Nga, Thailand 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim ...... 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim land, north of the Thai resort island of Phuket. Thai fishermen carry posts with names on them, in the old area in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles), in an effort to claim land, north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 21, 2005. The Indian Ocean tsunami swept away more than 5,000 Thais and tourists on Dec. 26 during the peak season of a country that attracted about 12 million holidaymakers last year. In a country where regulation is frequently invoked but seldom realised, the mish-mash of tacky souvenir shops, neon-lit go-go bars and beach-front shop-houses will rise inexorably from the tsunami rubble, analysts fear. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
CS
RTRL4HS 
January 21, 2005 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim land,... 
Phang Nga, Thailand 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim ...... 
Thai fishermen carry posts with names in the old area in Phang Nga province in an effort to claim land, north of the Thai resort island of Phuket. Thai fishermen carry posts with names on them, in the old area in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles), in an effort to claim land, north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 21, 2005. The Indian Ocean tsunami swept away more than 5,000 Thais and tourists on Dec. 26 during the peak season of a country that attracted about 12 million holidaymakers last year. In a country where regulation is frequently invoked but seldom realised, the mish-mash of tacky souvenir shops, neon-lit go-go bars and beach-front shop-houses will rise inexorably from the tsunami rubble, analysts fear. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLCN 
May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU WINS IN VEGAS BY UNANIMOUS DECISION. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana at the Mandalay
Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the
12-round fight by unanimous decision. Glenn Jennings, a member of the
Tszyu camp, is behind Tszyu at left, Tszyu's father Boris is at right.
REUTERS/Aaron Mayes

SM/ME 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLCI 
May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU CELEBRATES VICTORY OVER BEN TACKIE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana at the Mandalay
Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the
12-round fight by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Aaron Mayes

SM/ME 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLCA 
May 18, 2002 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana gets hit by Kostya Tszyu, WBC/WBA/IBF
140-lb. champion, of Sydney, Australia... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BEN TACKIE GETS HIT BY KOSTYA TSZYU IN THE 11TH ROUND. 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana gets hit by Kostya Tszyu, WBC/WBA/IBF
140-lb. champion, of Sydney, Australia during the 11th round of their
title fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las
Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the 12-round fight by unanimous decision.
REUTERS/Steve Marcus

SM 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLC7 
May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
takes a punch from by Ben Tackie... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU HIT BY BEN TACKIE IN THE NINTH. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
takes a punch from by Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana during the ninth round
of their title fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in
Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the 12-round fight by unanimous decision.
REUTERS/Steve Marcus

SM/ME 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLC2 
May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU CELEBRATES VICTORY OVER BEN TACKIE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia
celebrates his victory over Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana at the Mandalay
Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the
12-round fight by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Aaron Mayes

SM/ME 
SPORT BOXING
RTRVLBV 
May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
lands a jab on Ben Tackie of Accra,... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTAY TZSYU LANDS A JAB IN THE FIRST ROUND VS TACKIE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
lands a jab on Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana during the first round of
their title fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las
Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the 12-round fight by unanimous decision.
REUTERS/Aaron Mayes

SM 
SPORT BOXING
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May 18, 2002 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana gets hit by Kostya Tszyu, WBC/WBA/IBF
140-lb. champion, of Sydney, Australia... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU LANDS A PUNCH ON BEN TACKIE. 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana gets hit by Kostya Tszyu, WBC/WBA/IBF
140-lb. champion, of Sydney, Australia during the third round of their
title fight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 18, 2002 in Las
Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu won the 12-round fight by unanimous decision.
REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia poses
with his belts after a title defense... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU POSES WITH BELTS AFTER TITLE DEFENSE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia poses
with his belts after a title defense against Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana
at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, May 18, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tszyu won the 12-round fight by unanimous decision. REUTERS/Steve
Marcus

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May 18, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
shakes with Ben Tackie of Accra,... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU SHAKES WITH BEN TACKIE DURING WEIGH-IN. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
shakes with Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana as boxing promoter Vlad Warton
(C) looks on during a weigh-in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May
17, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu will defend his titles against
Tackie, the IBF number one contender, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tszyu weighed in at the 140 lb. limit.
Tackie was 139.5 lbs. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 17, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia weighs in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU WEIGHS IN FOR TITLE DEFENSE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia weighs in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 17, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu will defend his titles against Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana, the IBF number one contender, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tszyu weighed in at the 140 lb. limit. Tackie was 139.5 lbs. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 17, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia prepares
for a weigh-in at the Mandalay... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU PREPARES FOR OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN IN LAS VEGAS. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia prepares
for a weigh-in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 17, 2002 in Las
Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu will defend his titles against Ben Tackie of
Accra, Ghana, the IBF number one contender, at the Mandalay Bay Events
Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tszyu weighed in at the 140 lb.
limit. Tackie was 139.5 lbs. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 17, 2002 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana weighs in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
May 17, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada.... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BEN TACKIE WEIGHS IN FOR FIGHT WITH KOSTYA TSZYU. 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana weighs in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
May 17, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tackie, the IBF number one
contender, will challenge WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of
Sydney, Australia at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May
18, 2002. Tackie was 139.5 lbs. Tszyu weighed in at the 140 lb. limit.
REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 17, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
poses with boxing promoter Vlad Warton... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU AND BEN TACKIE POSE DURING WEIGH-IN. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu (L) of Sydney, Australia
poses with boxing promoter Vlad Warton (C) and Ben Tackie of Accra,
Ghana during a weigh-in at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 17, 2002
in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu will defend his titles against Tackie, the
IBF number one contender, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las
Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tszyu weighed in at the 140 lb. limit. Tackie
was 139.5 lbs. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 16, 2002 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana, listens to speakers during a news
conference at the Mandalay Bay Events... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BEN TACKIE LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana, listens to speakers during a news
conference at the Mandalay Bay Events Center May 16, 2002 in Las Vegas,
Nevada. Tackie, the IBF number one contender, will challenge
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia at the
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tackie has a
record of 24-2. Tszyu is 28-1-1. REUTERS Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus

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May 16, 2002 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia listens
to speakers during a news conference... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
KOSTYA TSZYU LISTENS TO SPEAKERS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE. 
WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia listens
to speakers during a news conference at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
May 16, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tszyu will defend his titles against
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana, the IBF number one conteder, at the
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tackie has a
record of 24-2. Tszyu is 28-1-1. REUTERS Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus

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May 16, 2002 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana, poses with boxing promoter Vlad Warton
(C) and WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BOXERS BEN TACKIE AND KOSTYA TSZYU POSE DURING NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Ben Tackie (L) of Accra, Ghana, poses with boxing promoter Vlad Warton
(C) and WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia,
at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, May 16, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tackie, the IBF number one contender, will challenge Tszyu at the
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tackie has a
record of 24-2. Tszyu is 28-1-1. REUTERS Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus

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May 15, 2002 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana works out at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15,... 
Las Vegas, USA 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana works out at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15,..... 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana works out at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15, 2002. [Tackie, the IBF number one contender, will take on WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tackie has a record of 24-2 and has won six of his last seven fights. Tszyu is 28-1-1.] 
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May 15, 2002 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana works out at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15,... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BEN TACKIE PREPARES FOR TITLE FIGHT AGAINST KOSTYA TSZYU. 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana works out at the Mandalay Bay Events Center
in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15, 2002. Tackie, the IBF number one
contender, will take on WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion Kostya Tszyu of
Sydney, Australia at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on May
18, 2002. Tackie has a record of 24-2 and has won six of his last seven
fights. Tszyu is 28-1-1. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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May 15, 2002 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana shadow boxes in front of a mirror at the
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
BEN TACKIE SHADOW BOXES DURING WORKOUT IN LAS VEGAS. 
Ben Tackie of Accra, Ghana shadow boxes in front of a mirror at the
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 15, 2002. Tackie,
the IBF number one contender, will take on WBC/WBA/IBF 140-lb. champion
Kostya Tszyu of Sydney, Australia at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in
Las Vegas on May 18, 2002. Tackie has a record of 24-2 and has won six
of his last seven fights. Tszyu is 28-1-1. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

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