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FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1ZD
March 27, 2018
Utelias Technologies CEO Johanna Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in...
Tampere, Finland
Utelias Technologies CEO Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in Tampere...
Utelias Technologies CEO Johanna Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1Z3
March 27, 2018
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1YZ
March 27, 2018
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1YV
March 27, 2018
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL ROBOTS/
RTX5E1YR
March 27, 2018
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E17J
March 27, 2018
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a Blue-bots, a programmable robots, during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E17E
March 27, 2018
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere
Daniel Connell uses a language trainer robot Elias during his lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E17A
March 27, 2018
Utelias Technologies CEO Johanna Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in...
Tampere, Finland
Utelias Technologies CEO Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in Tampere...
Utelias Technologies CEO Johanna Hemminki poses with the language trainer robot Elias at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E175
March 27, 2018
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a mathematics teaching robot Ovobot during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
FINLAND-SCHOOL/ROBOT
RTX5E16X
March 27, 2018
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March...
Tampere, Finland
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere
Students use a language trainer robot Ellias during their lesson at the school in Tampere, Finland March 27, 2017. REUTERS/Attila Cser
USA-PENNSYLVANIA/REED
RTX1KA6X
July 14, 2015
Former Harrisburg mayor Stephen Reed listens as his lawyer Henry E. Hockeimer, Jr. (L) speaks to press...
Harrisburg, UNITED STATES
Former Harrisburg mayor Stephen Reed listens as his lawyer Henry E. Hockeimer, Jr. speaks to press after...
Former Harrisburg mayor Stephen Reed listens as his lawyer Henry E. Hockeimer, Jr. (L) speaks to press after the arraignment in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania July 14, 2015. The former mayor of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, who ended his 28-year tenure with the city on the brink of financial ruin, was arraigned on hundreds of criminal counts on Tuesday for theft, bribery, evidence tampering and other charges. REUTERS/David DeKok
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TEEN
RTR3HPS7
March 19, 2014
Relatives of Palestinian youth Youssef Shawamra mourn outside his house in the West Bank village of Deir...
DEIR AL-ASAL, Palestinian Territories
Relatives of Palestinian youth mourn near Hebron
Relatives of Palestinian youth Youssef Shawamra mourn outside his house in the West Bank village of Deir al-Asal near Hebron March 19, 2014. Israeli troops shot and killed the Palestinian youth on Wednesday in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian officials and the Israeli military said. An Israeli military spokeswoman said that three Palestinian suspects were seen tampering with a security fence near the West Bank city of Hebron, and did not heed the soldiers' call on them to stop and move back. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/TEEN
RTR3HPS6
March 19, 2014
Relatives of Palestinian youth Youssef Shawamra mourn outside his house in the West Bank village of Deir...
DEIR AL-ASAL, Palestinian Territories
Relatives of Palestinian youth mourn near Hebron
Relatives of Palestinian youth Youssef Shawamra mourn outside his house in the West Bank village of Deir al-Asal near Hebron March 19, 2014. Israeli troops shot and killed the Palestinian youth on Wednesday in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian officials and the Israeli military said. An Israeli military spokeswoman said that three Palestinian suspects were seen tampering with a security fence near the West Bank city of Hebron, and did not heed the soldiers' call on them to stop and move back. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18SY6
February 14, 2014
A Palestinians boy reacts during the funeral of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers,...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians boy reacts during the funeral of Mansour who was killed by Israeli soldiers in Gaza
A Palestinians boy reacts during the funeral of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, in Gaza City February 14, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed Mansour and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18SV1
February 14, 2014
The Palestinian wife of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
The Palestinian wife of Mansour, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral in Gaza...
The Palestinian wife of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral in Gaza City February 14, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed Mansour and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18SUH
February 14, 2014
The Palestinian mother of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
The Palestinian mother of Mansour, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral in Gaza...
The Palestinian mother of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, cries during his funeral in Gaza City February 14, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed Mansour and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18RBX
February 13, 2014
Palestinian relatives of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react outside a hospital...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian relatives of Mansour, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react outside a hospital morgue...
Palestinian relatives of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react outside a hospital morgue in Gaza City February 13, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18RBT
February 13, 2014
Palestinian relatives of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react at a hospital...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian relatives of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react at a hospital...
Palestinian relatives of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, react at a hospital morgue in Gaza City February 13, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18RBP
February 13, 2014
The son of Palestinian Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts outside a hospital...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
The son of Palestinian Mansour, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts outside a hospital morgue...
The son of Palestinian Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts outside a hospital morgue in Gaza City February 13, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18RBO
February 13, 2014
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital...
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital morgue in Gaza City February 13, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX18RBB
February 13, 2014
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital...
A Palestinian relative of Ibrahim Mansour, 26, who was killed by Israeli soldiers, reacts inside a hospital morgue in Gaza City February 13, 2014. Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded another on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, local hospital officials said. Relatives who rushed to a Gaza City hospital said Mansour was collecting gravel to sell from his donkey cart when he was shot dead. The Israeli military said soldiers fired at Palestinians tampering with Israel's border security fence. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPEEDSKATING-US/SABOTAGE
RTR38U43
October 05, 2012
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012....
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Olympic speedskater Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012. Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate when asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun Chun to bend the skate of Canadian Olivier Jean's at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
SPEEDSKATING-US/SABOTAGE
RTR38U3W
October 05, 2012
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012....
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Olympic speedskater Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho speaks during a press conference in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012. Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate when asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun Chun to bend the skate of Canadian Olivier Jean's at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
SPEEDSKATING-US/SABOTAGE
RTR38U3S
October 05, 2012
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho (R) speaks during a press conference as his attorney John Wunderlin looks...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Olympic speedskater Cho speaks during a press conference as his attorney Wunderlin looks on in Salt...
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho (R) speaks during a press conference as his attorney John Wunderlin looks on in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012. Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate when asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun Chun to bend the skate of Canadian Olivier Jean's at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
SPEEDSKATING-US/SABOTAGE
RTR38U3L
October 05, 2012
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho (R) speaks during a press conference as his attorney John Wunderlin looks...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Olympic speedskater Cho speaks during a press conference as his attorney Wunderlin looks on in Salt...
Olympic speedskater Simon Cho (R) speaks during a press conference as his attorney John Wunderlin looks on in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012. Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate when asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun Chun to bend the skate of Canadian Olivier Jean's at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
SPEEDSKATING/
RTR38U2X
October 05, 2012
Simon Cho (L) and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a news conference where Cho admitted to tampering...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Simon Cho and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a news conference where Cho admitted to tampering...
Simon Cho (L) and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a news conference where Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate, in Salt Lake City, Utah October 5, 2012. Cho said he was asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun-chun to bend the skates of Canadian Olivier Jean at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SPORT SPEED SKATING)
USA/
RTR38U2N
October 05, 2012
Simon Cho (L) and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a press conference where Cho admitted to tampering...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Simon Cho and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a press conference where Cho admitted to tampering...
Simon Cho (L) and his attorney John Wunderlin walk into a press conference where Cho admitted to tampering with a rival's skate, in Salt Lake City, Utah, October 5, 2012. Cho said he was asked by U.S. short tack speed skating coach Jae Sun Chun to bend the skate of Canadian Olivier Jean at the 2011 World Championships. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT SPEED SKATING)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVYUU
December 23, 2010
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan...
SAN MARTIN TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan...
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan December 22, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVYUR
December 23, 2010
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan...
SAN MARTIN TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan...
Workers from state-owned oil company Pemex clean the area after a pipeline explosion in San Martin Texmelucan December 22, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/
RTXVXU6
December 21, 2010
Members of Civil Protection and state-owned oil company Pemex stand inside a burnt building during an...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Members of Civil Protection and state-owned oil company Pemex stand inside a burnt building in San Martin...
Members of Civil Protection and state-owned oil company Pemex stand inside a burnt building during an inspection in San Martin Texmelucan December 21, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/
RTXVXPI
December 21, 2010
Residents gather to receive clothes and food aid from the local government in San Martin Texmelucan near...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Residents gather to receive clothes and food aid from the local government in San Martin Texmelucan near...
Residents gather to receive clothes and food aid from the local government in San Martin Texmelucan near Puebla December 21, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/
RTXVXPH
December 21, 2010
A resident sits outside his burnt house as soldiers walk in San Martin Texmelucan December 21, 2010....
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
A resident sits outside his burnt house as soldiers walk in San Martin Texmelucan
A resident sits outside his burnt house as soldiers walk in San Martin Texmelucan December 21, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/
RTXVXPG
December 21, 2010
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in...
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in San Martin Texmelucan near Puebla December 21, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/
RTXVXPF
December 21, 2010
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in...
Residents carry clothing and groceries delivered by the local government as part of aid to families in San Martin Texmelucan near Puebla December 21, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWYP
December 20, 2010
Family members and friends attend the funeral of victims of an oil pipeline explosion, at the cemetery...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members and friends attend the funeral of victims of an oil pipeline explosion, at the cemetery...
Family members and friends attend the funeral of victims of an oil pipeline explosion, at the cemetery in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City.
REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY CRIME LAW)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWYL
December 20, 2010
A family member touches the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion at the cemetery in...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
A family member touches the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion at the cemetery in...
A family member touches the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion at the cemetery in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER ENERGY CRIME LAW)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWYF
December 20, 2010
People carry the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010....
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
People carry the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan
People carry the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ENERGY DISASTER)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWYD
December 20, 2010
Family members and friends accompany a coffin holding a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members and friends accompany a coffin holding a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan...
Family members and friends accompany a coffin holding a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CRIME LAW DISASTER)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWY6
December 20, 2010
A family member kisses the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion, at a cemetery in Texmelucan...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
A family member kisses the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion, at a cemetery in Texmelucan...
A family member kisses the coffin of a young victim of an oil pipeline explosion, at a cemetery in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City.
REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWXB
December 20, 2010
Men carry a coffin of a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Men carry a coffin of a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan
Men carry a coffin of a victim of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWVY
December 20, 2010
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20,...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWV6
December 20, 2010
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20,...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
RTXVWUP
December 20, 2010
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20,...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan
Family members and friends mourn the victims of an oil pipeline explosion in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of a Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-EXPLOSION/PEMEX
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December 20, 2010
Family members of Jacinto Baez Flores, a victim of an explosion of an oil pipeline, mourn his death during...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Family members of Jacinto Baez Flores mourn his death during a wake in Texmelucan
Family members of Jacinto Baez Flores, a victim of an explosion of an oil pipeline, mourn his death during a wake in Texmelucan December 20, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline may have sparked a deadly explosion that turned streets of the Mexican town into an inferno that killed 28 people on Sunday, officials said. Oil spilling from a breached pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex burst into a fireball that destroyed homes and cars before dawn in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS)
MEXICO EXPLOSION/PEMEX
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December 19, 2010
Relatives of victims react at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Relatives of victims react at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin...
Relatives of victims react at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin Texmelucan near Puebla December 19, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline could have sparked the deadly blast in central Mexico that flooded streets with fire and left at least 23 people dead before dawn on Sunday, officials said. The pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex exploded just before 6 a.m. (1200 GMT) in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/ Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY)
MEXICO EXPLOSION/PEMEX
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December 19, 2010
Relatives of victims cry at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin...
TEXMELUCAN, Mexico
Relatives of victims cry at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin...
Relatives of victims cry at the site of an explosion of a Pemex pipeline in the village of San Martin Texmelucan near Puebla December 19, 2010. Fuel thieves tampering with an oil pipeline could have sparked the deadly blast in central Mexico that flooded streets with fire and left at least 23 people dead before dawn on Sunday, officials said. The pipeline maintained by state oil monopoly Pemex exploded just before 6 a.m. (1200 GMT) in San Martin Texmelucan, a small community in the state of Puebla about 50 miles (75 km) east of Mexico City. REUTERS/ Imelda Medina (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENERGY)
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Tampere, Finland
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SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
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Tampere, Finland
Netherland's Koster and England's Scott and Johnson fight for the ball in Tampere
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SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
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Tampere, Finland
England players celebrate after winning their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against...
England players celebrate after winning their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
Netherland's Manoe Meulen (R) reacts after losing their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match...
Tampere, Finland
Netherland's Meulen reacts after losing their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against...
Netherland's Manoe Meulen (R) reacts after losing their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against England in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
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September 06, 2009
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Tampere, Finland
England's Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
England's Jill Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
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September 06, 2009
England's Karen Carney celebrates after team-mate Jill Scott scored a goal in the overtime of their UEFA...
Tampere, Finland
England's Carney celebrates after team-mate Scott scored a goal in Tampere
England's Karen Carney celebrates after team-mate Jill Scott scored a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
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September 06, 2009
England's Jill Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009...
Tampere, Finland
England's Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
England's Jill Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
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September 06, 2009
England's Jill Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009...
Tampere, Finland
England's Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
England's Jill Scott celebrates after scoring a goal in the overtime of their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
Netherland's Annemarie Kiesel-Griffioen (L) and England's Sue Smith fight for the ball during their UEFA...
Tampere, Finland
Netherlan's iesel-Griffioen and England's Smith fight for the ball in Tampere
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SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
England's Sue Smith (R) and Karen Carney celebrate after Smith scored the first goal during their UEFA...
Tampere, Finland
England's Smith and Carney celebrate after Smith scored the first goal in Tampere
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SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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England's Sue Smith (R) and Karen Carney celebrate after
Smith scored the first goal during their UEFA...
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England's Smith and Carney celebrate after Smith scored the first goal in Tampere
England's Sue Smith (R) and Karen Carney celebrate after
Smith scored the first goal during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
England's Sue Smith celebrates after scoring the first goal during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
Tampere, Finland
England's Smith celebrate after scoring the first goal during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
England's Sue Smith celebrates after scoring the first goal during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match against the Netherlands in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
Netherlands' Petra Hogewoning (L) and England's Karen Carney fight for the ball during their UEFA women's...
Tampere, Finland
Netherlands' Hogewoning and England's Carney fight for ball during UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
Netherlands' Petra Hogewoning (L) and England's Karen Carney fight for the ball during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/FINLAND
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September 06, 2009
Netherlands' Petra Hogewoning (L) and England's Karen Carney fight for the ball during their UEFA women's...
Tampere, Finland
Netherlands' Hogewoning and England's Carney fight for ball during UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final...
Netherlands' Petra Hogewoning (L) and England's Karen Carney fight for the ball during their UEFA women's Euro 2009 semi-final soccer match in Tampere September 6, 2009. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (FINLAND SPORT SOCCER)
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