Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Tee-shirt

LIFE MONEY
RTR4LH8
October 09, 2003
Tee-shirt vendor Casildo Caballero looks at the new $20 bill in New
York, October 9, 2003 after federal...
New York
TEESHIRT VENDOR IN NEW YORK WHO RECEIVED THE FIRST NEW TWENTY DOLLAR
BILL.
Tee-shirt vendor Casildo Caballero looks at the new $20 bill in New
York, October 9, 2003 after federal officials spent the first one
buying three shirts from him, in Times Square. The first U.S. currency
note with colors in it other than green and black went into circulation
on Thursday and in a nationwide promotion billed "The New Color of
Money: Safer, Smarter, More Secure" government officials said the
newly-designed $20 note with subtle background shades of green, peach
and blue would be more difficult to counterfeit. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/GN
DRC
RTXLYYC
May 17, 2003
A Congolese Patriotic Union soldier wearing an Osama bin Laden teeshirt, walks the streets of Bunia in...
Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo
A Congolese Patriotic Union soldier wearing an Osama bin Laden teeshirt, walks the streets of Bunia .....
A Congolese Patriotic Union soldier wearing an Osama bin Laden teeshirt, walks the streets of Bunia in the Democratic Republic of Congo May 17, 2003. A ceasefire signed by Congolese [President Joseph Kabila] and members of militia groups fighting for the town of Bunia in eastern Congo took effect on Saturday.
CONGO DEMOCRATIC BUNIA
RTRNOW6
May 17, 2003
A Congolese Patriotic Union soldier wearing an Osama bin Laden
teeshirt, walks the streets of Bunia...
Bunia, multiple countries
A CPU SOLDIER WEARING OSAMA BIN LADEN TEESHIRT WALKS STREETS OF BUNIA.
A Congolese Patriotic Union soldier wearing an Osama bin Laden
teeshirt, walks the streets of Bunia in the Democratic Republic of
Congo May 17, 2003. A ceasefire signed by Congolese President Joseph
Kabila and members of militia groups fighting for the town of Bunia in
eastern Congo took effect on Saturday.

REUTERS/Antony Njuguna REUTERS
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1