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HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI6A
October 02, 2020
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent news website Telex before launching a new website, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI62
October 02, 2020
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent news website Telex before launching a new website, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI3J
October 02, 2020
Telex Editor in Chief Veronika Munk greets CEO Marton Karpati, amongst other journalists in the editorial...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Telex Editor in Chief Veronika Munk greets CEO Marton Karpati, amongst other journalists in the editorial room, as the independent news website Telex launches, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI3C
October 02, 2020
Telex Editor in Chief Veronika Munk and CEO Marton Karpati, react with other journalists in the editorial...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Telex Editor in Chief Veronika Munk and CEO Marton Karpati, react with other journalists in the editorial room, as the independent news website Telex launches, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI2Y
October 02, 2020
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk presses a button held by CEO Marton Karpati, during the lunch of the independent...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk presses a button held by CEO Marton Karpati, during the lunch of the independent news website Telex, in the editorial room, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HUNGARY-MEDIA/WEBSITE
RTX7ZI0W
October 02, 2020
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent...
Budapest, Hungary
Launch of the independent news website Telex, in Budapest
Editor in Chief Veronika Munk reacts in the editorial room amongst other journalists of the independent news website Telex as the website launches, in Budapest, Hungary, October 2, 2020. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
SPAIN/
RTR2Y5UV
February 20, 2012
A facsimile of The Shroud of Turin, authorized by Pope Benedict XVI, is displayed above a statue of Christ's...
Malaga, Spain
A facsimile of The Shroud of Turin displayed at exhibition created by sculptor Minarro at La Encarnacion...
A facsimile of The Shroud of Turin, authorized by Pope Benedict XVI, is displayed above a statue of Christ's body at the exhibition "The Shroud of Turin" created by sculptor Juan Manuel Minarro at La Encarnacion Cathedral in Malaga, southern Spain February 20, 2012. The Shroud of Turin is an ancient linen sheet revered by some Christians as the burial cloth that wrapped Christ's body after his crucifixion. The statue of Christ's body is displayed, worldwide for the first time in history, following the guidelines of forensic medicine, according to organizers. This exhibition will run from February 21 until June 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTXDFOE
March 31, 2009
Claudia Roehling owner of the nuclear bunker of the federal German state of North Rhine-Westphalia stands...
KALL-URFT, Germany
Roehling owner of nuclear bunker of federal German state of North Rhine-Westphalia stands in the telex...
Claudia Roehling owner of the nuclear bunker of the federal German state of North Rhine-Westphalia stands in the telex room in Kall-Urft near the German-Belgian border and some 60 km (37 miles) south west of the German city of Cologne March 29, 2009. The bunker was built in the cold war period from 1962 to 1966 by the government of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) at the price of ten million German Marks (about five million euros). It was designed to supply 300 people of the administration and government of NRW over the period of 30 days following a nuclear strike. The government of NRW spent one million German Marks (about 500,000 euros) per year to maintain the bunker until it was closed in 1993 following the fall of the iron curtain. Picture taken March 29, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY ECHELON
RTRJ2DC
June 03, 2001
The US National Security Agency (NSA) operated global electronic surveillance system, codenamed ECHELON,...
Bad Aibling, Germany
THE NSA OPERATED GLOBAL SPY SYSTEM ECHELON IS SEEN IN BAD AIBLING.
The US National Security Agency (NSA) operated global electronic surveillance system, codenamed ECHELON, is seen in Bad Aibling near Munich, June 3, 2001. The ECHELON system, which is controlled by the NSA and is operated in conjunction with the General Communications Head Quarters (GCHQ) of England, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) of Canada, the Australian Defense Security Directorate (DSD), and the General Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) of New Zealand, is used to intercept ordinary e-mail, fax, telex, and telephone communications carried over the world's telecommunications networks. The European Parliament is investigating the Echelon spying system with regard to corporate espionage. The NSA announced the closing of the system in September 2002.

MAD
GERMANY ECHELON
RTRJ2D5
June 03, 2001
The US National Security Agency (NSA) operated global spy system, codenamed ECHELON, is seen in Bad Aibling...
Bad Aibling, Germany
THE NSA OPERATED GLOBAL SPY SYSTEM ECHELON IS SEEN IN BAD AIBLING.
The US National Security Agency (NSA) operated global spy system, codenamed ECHELON, is seen in Bad Aibling near Munich, June 3, 2001. The ECHELON system, which is controlled by the NSA and is operated in conjunction with the General Communications Head Quarters (GCHQ) of England, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) of Canada, the Australian Defense Security Directorate (DSD), and the General Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) of New Zealand, is used to intercept ordinary e-mail, fax, telex, and telephone communications carried over the world's telecommunications networks. The European Parliament is investigating the Echelon spying system with regard to corporate espionage. The NSA announced the closing of the system in September 2002.

MAD/CLH/
THAILAND HONGKONG DISSIDENT
RTRNS21
April 07, 1999
Exiled Chinese dissident Wang Xizhe reads a telex sent from Hong Kong at Don Muang airport in Bangkok...
Bangkok, Thailand
EXILED CHINESE DISSIDENT WANG XIZHE READS THE TELEX SENT FROM HONGKONG AT DON MUANG AIR PORT IN BANGKOK....
Exiled Chinese dissident Wang Xizhe reads a telex sent from Hong Kong at Don Muang airport in Bangkok April 7 after he was stopped from boarding a flight to Hong Kong before taking a connecting flight back to New York. Wang tried to go to Beijing from New York without a permit to pay respects to his dead father, but he was taken off the South Korean carrier Asiana Airlines plane during a stopover in Seoul on Monday and put on a flight to the Thai capital.

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