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JAPAN/
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October 17, 2007 
An employee of Tsunagu Network Communications looks at Scoop System, an earthquake alert system which... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An employee of Tsunagu Network Communications looks at Scoop System, an earthquake alert system, during... 
An employee of Tsunagu Network Communications looks at Scoop System, an earthquake alert system which comes through an interphone into the home, during the Security and Safety Trade Expo in Tokyo October 17, 2007. Users can see an earthquake alert from the Meteorological agency on the interphone for a monthly subscription of JPY 525 for each house. The screen on the interphone reads 'urgent earthquake flash'. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
LIFE AUSTRALIA BROTHEL
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December 06, 2001 
A Sydney City Council sign advises the public of a brothel in the inner
city suburb of Pyrmont December... 
Sydney, Australia 
SYDNEY COUNCIL SIGN ADVISING BROTHEL. 
A Sydney City Council sign advises the public of a brothel in the inner
city suburb of Pyrmont December 6, 2001. The council's decision to
erect the sign and identify the brothel came after some residents
expressed anxieties that a "cluster" of brothels might sprout up around
a nearby casino. Callers to talkback radio claimed the sign was a free
advertisement for the brothel. REUTERS/Mark Baker

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PETERS
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October 10, 1996 
New Zealand First party leader Winston Peters answers questions on talkback radio in Auckland as his... 
New Zealand First party leader Winston Peters answers questions on talkback radio in Auckland as his..... 
New Zealand First party leader Winston Peters answers questions on talkback radio in Auckland as his election campaign contines October 10. 
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