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CAMBODIA-DISASTER/
RTR4AZ28
October 21, 2014
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Takeo, Cambodia
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they were working in collapsed, in the Takeo province October 21, 2014. Sao Chantha, the director of the Bati District Referral Hospital located near the factory, told Reuters that five female garment workers were injured in the collapse at the Nishiku Enterprise factory. After officers deployed by the Prime Minister's bodyguard unit conducted further searches, the police concluded there were no missing persons. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH BUSINESS TEXTILE EMPLOYMENT)
CAMBODIA-DISASTER/
RTR4AXYL
October 21, 2014
An injured worker rests at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory...
Takeo, Cambodia
An injured worker rests at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory...
An injured worker rests at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory collapsed, in the Takeo province October 21, 2014. Sao Chantha, the director of the Bati District Referral Hospital located near the factory, told Reuters that five female garment workers were injured in the collapse at the Nishiku Enterprise factory. After officers deployed by the Prime Minister's bodyguard unit conducted further searches, the police concluded there were no missing persons. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT DISASTER TEXTILE)
CAMBODIA-DISASTER/
RTR4AXYH
October 21, 2014
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Takeo, Cambodia
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they were working in collapsed, in the Takeo province October 21, 2014. Sao Chantha, the director of the Bati District Referral Hospital located near the factory, told Reuters that five female garment workers were injured in the collapse at the Nishiku Enterprise factory. After officers deployed by the Prime Minister's bodyguard unit conducted further searches, the police concluded there were no missing persons. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH BUSINESS TEXTILE EMPLOYMENT)
CAMBODIA-DISASTER/
RTR4AXX4
October 21, 2014
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Takeo, Cambodia
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they...
Injured workers rest at the Bati District Referral Hospital, after the floor of a garment factory they were working in collapsed, in the Takeo province October 21, 2014. Sao Chantha, the director of the Bati District Referral Hospital located near the factory, told Reuters that five female garment workers were injured in the collapse at the Nishiku Enterprise factory. After officers deployed by the Prime Minister's bodyguard unit conducted further searches, the police concluded there were no missing persons. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS TEXTILE HEALTH EMPLOYMENT)
CAMBODIA-DISASTER/
RTR4AXUV
October 21, 2014
A police officer looks at the floor which collapsed inside a garment factory in Takeo province October...
Takeo, Cambodia
A police officer looks at the floor which collapsed inside a garment factory in Takeo
A police officer looks at the floor which collapsed inside a garment factory in Takeo province October 21, 2014. Sao Chantha, the director of the Bati District Referral Hospital located near the factory, told Reuters that five female garment workers were injured in the collapse at the Nishiku Enterprise factory. After officers deployed by the Prime Minister's bodyguard unit conducted further searches, the police concluded there were no missing persons. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS TEXTILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR3OVCB
May 13, 2014
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate...
Takeo, Cambodia
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate Vesak Day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: RELIGION)
CAMBODIA/
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May 13, 2014
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate...
Takeo, Cambodia
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province
Buddhist monks attend a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate Vesak Day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: RELIGION)
CAMBODIA/
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May 13, 2014
A girl is reflected in a mirror as she prays during a Vesak Day ceremony in Takeo province May 13, 2014....
Takeo, Cambodia
A girl is reflected in a mirror as she prays during a Vesak Day ceremony in Takeo province
A girl is reflected in a mirror as she prays during a Vesak Day ceremony in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate Vesak Day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: RELIGION)
CAMBODIA/
RTR3OVBS
May 13, 2014
A woman lights incense sticks during a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014....
Takeo, Cambodia
A woman lights incense sticks during a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province
A woman lights incense sticks during a Vesak Day ceremony at a pagoda in Takeo province May 13, 2014. Buddhists celebrate Vesak Day to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: RELIGION)
NFL/
RTR39VW0
November 02, 2012
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) throws as San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Takeo Spikes...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Chiefs' Cassel throws as Chargers' Spikes and Johnson try to block him during NFL football game in San...
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) throws as San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Takeo Spikes (51) and linebacker Jarret Johnson (96) try to block him during their Thursday Night NFL football game in San Diego, California November 1, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ56
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa Terezinha Square...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ51
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture at Santa...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ4W
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa Terezinha Square...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ4V
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to residents...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to residents at Santa...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to residents at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ3K
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by a child at Santa...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by a child at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ39
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by a dog in Taubate...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, is greeted by a dog in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ34
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture with residents...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture with residents at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ2W
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks with children...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks with children at Santa...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, walks with children at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ1W
March 27, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture at Santa...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture at Santa Terezinha Square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ1K
March 26, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa Terezinha Square...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa Terezinha square in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZZ05
March 26, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa Terezinha Square,...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, runs at Santa Terezinha Square, in Taubate city, Sao Paulo state March 26, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKXA
March 19, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken March 17. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKX7
March 19, 2012
A police officer jokes with a boy dressed as Batman, during a visit to a school by retired Brazilian...
Taubate, Brazil
A police officer jokes with a boy dressed as Batman in Taubate
A police officer jokes with a boy dressed as Batman, during a visit to a school by retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, who dresses up as Batman, in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken March 17. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKX2
March 19, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken March 17. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKX0
March 19, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to children in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken March 17. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKWY
March 19, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, poses for a picture with his costume of super-hero...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, poses for a picture with his costume of super-hero...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, poses for a picture with his costume of super-hero Batman at his home in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZKWV
March 19, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro poses for a picture dressed as super-hero Batman...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture at home in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIKZ
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture with his...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture with his dog in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. The super-hero behind the black rubber suit is a retired police officer. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT ANIMALS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIKR
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to a child...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to a child in a public...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks to a child in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIKO
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for picture with a boy...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for picture with a boy in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIKN
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks with children...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officerPinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks with children in a public...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, talks with children in a public school in Taubate city in Sao Paulo state March 17, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIJW
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIJV
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIJT
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman, poses for a picture in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
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March 18, 2012
tired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Brazilian retired police officer Pinheiro dressed like super-hero Batman poses for picture in Taubate...
tired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman poses for a picture in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ZIJK
March 18, 2012
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman poses for a picture...
Taubate, Brazil
Retired Brazilian police officer Pinheiro dressed as super-hero Batman poses for a picture in Taubate...
Retired Brazilian police officer Andre Luiz Pinheiro, 50, dressed as super-hero Batman poses for a picture in Taubate city in Sao Paulo March 11, 2012. Pinheiro has been called to help police patrol the crime-ridden streets of Taubate, in Brazil. He was officially presented on March 17 in the districts with the highest crime rates in Sao Paulo state. Police captain Warley Takeo, one of the policemen who decided to bring in the character to help them fight drug traffickers, said the measure would bring long-term benefits. Takeo said making a connection between the police and Batman would help children have a clearer idea of good and bad. Picture taken on March 11, 2012. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2TIC2
November 02, 2011
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near...
Takeo, Cambodia
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near...
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2TIC1
November 02, 2011
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near...
Takeo, Cambodia
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near...
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
CAMBODIA/
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November 02, 2011
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near...
Takeo, Cambodia
Zookeeper Sar Roeun holds a leopard cat kitten during a feeding session at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom...
Zookeeper Sar Roeun feeds a leopard cat kitten in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2TIBZ
November 02, 2011
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom...
Takeo, Cambodia
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom...
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2TIBX
November 02, 2011
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom...
Takeo, Cambodia
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom...
Two leopard cat kittens play in a cage in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2TIBW
November 02, 2011
Zookeeper Sar Roeun holds a leopard cat kitten during a feeding session in the wildlife rescue center...
Takeo, Cambodia
Zookeeper Sar Roeun holds a leopard cat kitten during a feeding session in the wildlife rescue center...
Zookeeper Sar Roeun holds a leopard cat kitten during a feeding session in the wildlife rescue center at the Phnom Tamao zoo near Phnom Penh November 2, 2011. Local media reported that three female leopard cat kittens, which were handed over to the centre on October 12, 2011, were discovered by a fisherman in a flooded area of Kandal province three weeks ago. One has since died. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
NFL/
RTR2TGXX
November 01, 2011
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jackie Battle (R) is grabbed by San Diego Chargers inside linebacker...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
Kansas City's Battle is grabbed by San Diego's Spikes in Kansas City
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jackie Battle (R) is grabbed by San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Takeo Spikes during their final overtime drive in their NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G7TA
July 08, 2010
Cambodians ride a bicycle past a garbage dump in TakeoJuly 6, 2010. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA)
Takeo, Cambodia
Cambodians pass a garbage dump in Takeo
Cambodians ride a bicycle past a garbage dump in TakeoJuly 6, 2010. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G52A
July 06, 2010
A Cambodian boy who suffers from polio wears prosthetics he received at the Handicap International physical...
Takeo, Cambodia
A Cambodian boy who suffers from polio wears prosthetics he received at the Handicap International physical...
A Cambodian boy who suffers from polio wears prosthetics he received at the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre in Takeo July 6, 2010. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
CAMBODIA/
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July 06, 2010
Cambodians pass the time at the dormitory of the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre...
Takeo, Cambodia
Cambodians pass the time at the dormitory of the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre...
Cambodians pass the time at the dormitory of the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre where they are receiving their prosthetics in Takeo July 6, 2010. Cambodia is amongst the countries most severely affected by the problem of mines and unexploded ordnance, both for the number of victims and in terms of contaminated surface. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G51N
July 06, 2010
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap...
Takeo, Cambodia
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap...
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre in Takeo July 6, 2010. Cambodia is amongst the countries most severely affected by the problem of mines and unexploded ordnance, both for the number of victims and in terms of contaminated surface. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G51D
July 06, 2010
A Cambodian farmer who is a land mine victim poses with his new prosthetic leg at the Handicap International...
Takeo, Cambodia
A Cambodian farmer who is a land mine victim poses with his new prosthetic leg at the Handicap International...
A Cambodian farmer who is a land mine victim poses with his new prosthetic leg at the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre in Takeo July 6, 2010. Cambodia is amongst the countries most severely affected by the problem of mines and unexploded ordnance, both for the number of victims and in terms of contaminated surface. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
CAMBODIA/
RTR2G51A
July 06, 2010
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap...
Takeo, Cambodia
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap...
A Cambodian man who is a land mine victim makes his first steps with his new prosthetic at the Handicap International physical rehabilitation centre in Takeo July 6, 2010. Cambodia is amongst the countries most severely affected by the problem of mines and unexploded ordnance, both for the number of victims and in terms of contaminated surface. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CAMBODIA/
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July 05, 2010
Samples of prosthetics provided for free to Cambodian people by Handicap International are displayed...
Takeo, Cambodia
Samples of prosthetics provided for free to Cambodian people by Handicap International are displayed...
Samples of prosthetics provided for free to Cambodian people by Handicap International are displayed at their physical rehabilitation centre in Takeo July 6, 2010. Cambodia is amongst the countries most severely affected by the problem of mines and unexploded ordnance, both for the number of victims and in terms of contaminated surface. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
AUTOS/
RTR22NA6
December 17, 2008
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference
Honda Motor Co President Takeo Fukui speaks during a news conference in Tokyo December 17, 2008. Shares in Honda Motor Co slid 8 percent as Japan's No.2 automaker looked set to issue its third profit warning in five months on Wednesday, due to huge currency losses and tanking global car sales. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
NFL/
RTR22D8D
December 08, 2008
New York Jets running back Thomas Jones (C) is stopped by San Francisco 49ers linebacker Takeo Spikes...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
New York Jets running back Thomas Jones stopped by San Francisco 49ers in San Francisco
New York Jets running back Thomas Jones (C) is stopped by San Francisco 49ers linebacker Takeo Spikes (R) during their NFL football game in San Francisco, California December 7, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XL
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XI
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
HONDA/
RTR228MN
December 04, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's all-new Accord and Accord...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui attends an unveiling of the company's all-new Accord and Accord Tourer cars in Tokyo December 4, 2008. Honda Motor Co expects the the U.S. vehicle market to fall to about 12.5-12.6 million units for next year from 13.2-13.3 million in 2008, a senior executive said on Thursday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8Y4O
September 26, 2008
People look at Honda's latest "Third Generation Honda City" car inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars...
Rajasthan, India
People look at Honda's latest Third Generation Honda City car in Rajasthan
People look at Honda's latest "Third Generation Honda City" car inside a new plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. during the inauguration of its first phase of operations at Tapukara industrial area in India's desert state of Rajasthan September 26, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJG
September 25, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (L) and company officials pose with...
New Delhi, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui and company officials pose in New Delhi
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (L) and company officials pose with Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car during its launch in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJC
September 25, 2008
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during...
New Delhi, India
President and CEO of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd Takedagawa speaks in New Delhi
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJ7
September 25, 2008
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during...
New Delhi, India
President and CEO of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd Takedagawa speaks in New Delhi
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. Masahiro Takedagawa speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-HONDA/
RTX8WJ0
September 25, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of...
New Delhi, India
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui speaks in New Delhi
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui speaks during the launch ceremony of Honda's latest 'Third Generation Honda City' car in New Delhi September 25, 2008. Honda Motor Co's profit forecast and planned sales numbers will not be substantially affected by the financial market crisis, Fukui said on Thursday. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
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