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ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJO
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (C) alights from a prison vehicle as he...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (C) alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJC
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJ3
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-PRESS/REGULATOR
RTR3B72B
December 04, 2012
The Editor of The Mail on Sunday Geordie Greig arrives in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012....
London, United Kingdom
The Editor of The Mail on Sunday Greig arrives in Downing Street in London
The Editor of The Mail on Sunday Geordie Greig arrives in Downing Street in London, December 4, 2012. British Prime Minister David Cameron told a meeting of newspaper editors on Tuesday they needed to set up an independent press regulator urgently. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU311
November 01, 2010
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement...
Students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. The placard reads "Welcome back our colleague Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi." REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30V
November 01, 2010
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of...
Sanaa, Yemen
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of...
Female students attend a rally against the arrest of student Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi for suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. The placard reads "Students are not victims of false charges and arrests." REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30Q
November 01, 2010
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU30F
November 01, 2010
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally in Yemen
Students surround the car with Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2YN
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi talks on phone as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, talks on a phone as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2YA
November 01, 2010
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University...
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2Y5
November 01, 2010
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi as she arrives to a rally at Sanaa University...
Students surround a car carrying Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrived to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XE
November 01, 2010
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student,...
Sanaa, Yemen
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student...
Police troopers ride a police vehicle during a rally at Sanaa University protesting the arrest of a student, November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MILITARY)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XC
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, looks at her father as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2XA
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X8
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X6
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X4
November 01, 2010
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to...
Sanaa, Yemen
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
Students greet Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2X3
November 01, 2010
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot...
Sanaa, Yemen
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send...
A student hugs Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (R), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, as she arrives to a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2W7
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2W1
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2VW
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (C), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (C), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-YEMEN/
RTXU2VR
November 01, 2010
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel...
Sanaa, Yemen
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs...
Hanan Mohammed al-Samawi (L), 22, who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a plot to send parcel bombs on U.S.-bound planes, attends a rally protesting her arrest at Sanaa University November 1, 2010. Yemen on Sunday freed a woman suspected of mailing two parcel bombs found on U.S.-bound planes, saying she had been a victim of identity theft. Governments, airlines and aviation authorities around the world are reviewing security after the bombs were intercepted in Dubai and Britain on Friday. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/TRIESMAN
RTR2DY07
May 16, 2010
Chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman walks past the FA Cup trophy before the FA Cup...
London, United Kingdom
Chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman walks past the FA Cup trophy before the FA Cup...
Chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman walks past the FA Cup trophy before the FA Cup final soccer match between Portsmouth and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium in London May 15, 2010. England's 2018 World Cup bid team faxed apologies to its Spanish and Russian counterparts on Sunday after a newspaper claimed it had a recording of the Football Association chairman making bribery allegations. The Mail on Sunday published contents of what it said was a secretly taped conversation between David Triesman and a former aide from his time as a government minister in which he appears to suggest Spain was seeking to bribe referees at next month's World Cup in South Africa. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/ Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN-Tags:SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/TRIESMAN
RTR2DXZZ
May 16, 2010
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award...
London, United Kingdom
England's Football Association Chairman Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony...
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony at Wembley Stadium in London May 15, 2010. England's 2018 World Cup bid team faxed apologies to its Spanish and Russian counterparts on Sunday after a newspaper claimed it had a recording of the Football Association chairman making bribery allegations. The Mail on Sunday published contents of what it said was a secretly taped conversation between David Triesman and a former aide from his time as a government minister in which he appears to suggest Spain was seeking to bribe referees at next month's World Cup in South Africa. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Sang Tan/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: HEADSHOT SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/TRIESMAN
RTR2DXZG
May 16, 2010
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman attends the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony...
London, United Kingdom
England's Football Association Chairman Triesman attends the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony at...
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman attends the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony at Wembley Stadium in London May 15, 2010. England's 2018 World Cup bid team faxed apologies to its Spanish and Russian counterparts on Sunday after a newspaper claimed it had a recording of the Football Association chairman making bribery allegations. The Mail on Sunday published contents of what it said was a secretly taped conversation between David Triesman and a former aide from his time as a government minister in which he appears to suggest Spain was seeking to bribe referees at next month's World Cup in South Africa. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Sang Tan/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: HEADSHOT SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/TRIESMAN
RTR2DXZE
May 16, 2010
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award...
London, United Kingdom
England's Football Association Chairman Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony...
England's Football Association Chairman David Triesman speaks during the first Respect and Fair Award ceremony at Wembley Stadium in London May 15, 2010. England's 2018 World Cup bid team faxed apologies to its Spanish and Russian counterparts on Sunday after a newspaper claimed it had a recording of the Football Association chairman making bribery allegations. The Mail on Sunday published contents of what it said was a secretly taped conversation between David Triesman and a former aide from his time as a government minister in which he appears to suggest Spain was seeking to bribe referees at next month's World Cup in South Africa. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Sang Tan/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: HEADSHOT SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/TRIESMAN
RTR2DXYM
May 16, 2010
Chelsea's coach Carlo Ancelotti lifts the trophy as chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman...
London, United Kingdom
Chelsea's coach Ancelotti lifts the trophy as chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman...
Chelsea's coach Carlo Ancelotti lifts the trophy as chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid Lord Triesman (R) applauds after the FA Cup final soccer match against Portsmouth at Wembley Stadium in London May 15, 2010. England's 2018 World Cup bid team faxed apologies to its Spanish and Russian counterparts on Sunday after a newspaper claimed it had a recording of the Football Association chairman making bribery allegations. The Mail on Sunday published contents of what it said was a secretly taped conversation between David Triesman and a former aide from his time as a government minister in which he appears to suggest Spain was seeking to bribe referees at next month's World Cup in South Africa. Picture taken May 15, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN-Tags SPORT SOCCER)
WEATHER-USA/
RTR29XT2
February 07, 2010
A man treads through 30-inch (76 cm) deep snow to retrieve mail after a heavy snowstorm in Great Falls,...
Great Falls, UNITED STATES
A man treads through 30-inch deep snow to retrieve mail during a heavy snowstorm in Great Falls Virginia...
A man treads through 30-inch (76 cm) deep snow to retrieve mail after a heavy snowstorm in Great Falls, Virginia February 6, 2010. Churches canceled services on Sunday and millions of people dug themselves out of snowbound streets as the U.S. mid-Atlantic region struggled to recover from its biggest blizzard in decades. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRITAIN-POST/STRIKE
RTXPRFV
October 18, 2009
A worker arrives at Royal Mail sorting office in London October 18, 2009. Britain's Royal Mail said ...
London, United Kingdom
A worker arrives at Royal Mail sorting office in London
A worker arrives at Royal Mail sorting office in London October 18, 2009. Britain's Royal Mail said on Sunday it will hire 30,000 temporary staff to help cope with the backlog expected to be created by planned strikes and the higher Christmas workload. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-POST/STRIKE
RTXPRFS
October 18, 2009
An worker leaves a Royal Mail sorting office in London October 18, 2009. Britain's Royal Mail said on...
London, United Kingdom
An worker leaves a Royal Mail sorting office in London
An worker leaves a Royal Mail sorting office in London October 18, 2009. Britain's Royal Mail said on Sunday it will hire 30,000 temporary staff to help cope with the backlog expected to be created by planned strikes and the higher Christmas workload. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3V
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3T
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3K
September 02, 2009
A sign shows the way to the polling station in the town hall of Hanau for the upcoming German general...
Hanau, Germany
A sign shows the way to the polling station in the town hall of Hanau for the upcoming German general...
A sign shows the way to the polling station in the town hall of Hanau for the upcoming German general election, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3G
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3E
September 02, 2009
A man ask for his ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany at the polling station in...
Hanau, Germany
A man ask for his ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany at the polling station in...
A man ask for his ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D3C
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D38
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D35
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D34
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27 but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTR27D33
September 02, 2009
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
Hanau, Germany
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the...
The ballot papers for the upcoming general election in Germany are seen at the polling station in the town hall of Hanau, 30 km south of Frankfurt, September 2, 2009. The general election in Germany will be held on Sunday, September 27, but voters who can not take their votes due to health, absence or job reasons are allowed to cast their ballots earlier by mail or at polling stations in town halls. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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July 01, 2007
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from the departure entrance at Glasgow airport, Scotland July 1, 2007 British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow airport in Scotland July 1, 2007....
Glasgow, United Kingdom
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow airport in Scotland
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow airport in Scotland July 1, 2007. British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from the departure entrance at Glasgow airport, Scotland July 1, 2007 British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow...
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow airport, Scotland July 1, 2007. British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow...
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle at the entrance at Glasgow airport, Scotland July 1, 2007. British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from...
Police forensic officers look at the burnt wreckage of a Jeep Cherokee vehicle as it is removed from the departure entrance at Glasgow airport, Scotland July 1, 2007 British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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July 01, 2007
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow Airport Glasgow Scotland July 1, 2007....
Glasgow, United Kingdom
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow Airport Glasgow
The scene of Saturday's attack on the terminal building at Glasgow Airport Glasgow Scotland July 1, 2007. British police said on Sunday they had arrested two people in northern England in connection with an attempted car bombing in London and an incident at Glasgow airport in which a car was rammed into the building. REUTERS/Chris McNulty/Daily Mail/Pool (BRITAIN)
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April 15, 2007
A Palestinian journalist with the BBC works in his office next to a poster of colleague and kidnapped...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian journalist of BBC works in his office next poster of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston...
A Palestinian journalist with the BBC works in his office next to a poster of colleague and kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15, 2007. The BBC expressed deep concern at an e-mail on Sunday saying its missing correspondent in Gaza had been killed by Islamist kidnappers but the British broadcaster and Palestinian officials said the claim was not verified. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
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April 15, 2007
A Palestinian journalist with the BBC works in his office next to a poster of colleague and kidnapped...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian journalist of the BBC works in his office next poster of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan...
A Palestinian journalist with the BBC works in his office next to a poster of colleague and kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15, 2007. The BBC expressed deep concern at an e-mail on Sunday saying its missing correspondent in Gaza had been killed by Islamist kidnappers but the British broadcaster and Palestinian officials said the claim was not verified. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
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April 15, 2007
A Palestinian sits under posters of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15, 2007....
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian sits under posters of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza
A Palestinian sits under posters of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15, 2007. The BBC expressed deep concern at an e-mail on Sunday saying its missing correspondent in Gaza had been killed by Islamist kidnappers but the British broadcaster and Palestinian officials said the claim was not verified. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
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April 15, 2007
A Palestinian journalist hangs a poster of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15,...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian journalist hangs a poster of kidnapped BBC correspondent Johnston in Gaza
A Palestinian journalist hangs a poster of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston in Gaza April 15, 2007. The BBC expressed deep concern at an e-mail on Sunday saying its missing correspondent in Gaza had been killed by Islamist kidnappers but the British broadcaster and Palestinian officials said the claim was not verified. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
A husband and wife cast their ballots during Mexico's presidential election, while their daughter watches,...
Nogales, Mexico
Voters at polls during Mexico's presidential election at polling station in Nogales
A husband and wife cast their ballots during Mexico's presidential election, while their daughter watches, at a polling station in Nogales, Sonora July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
Sisters from the Sanctuary of the church of the Virgin Guadalupe receive their ballots for Mexico's presidential...
Nogales, Mexico
Voters receive ballots for Mexico's presidential election at polling station in Nogales
Sisters from the Sanctuary of the church of the Virgin Guadalupe receive their ballots for Mexico's presidential election at a polling station in Nogales, Sonora July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
A voter (L) casts his ballot while others wait in line at a polling station during Mexico's presidential...
Nogales, Mexico
Voter casts his ballot while others wait in line at polling station during Mexico's presidential election...
A voter (L) casts his ballot while others wait in line at a polling station during Mexico's presidential election in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
A car battery is used to power a laptop computer at a polling station as an official looks up a voter's...
Nogales, Mexico
Official looks up voter's information during Mexico's presidential election in Nogales
A car battery is used to power a laptop computer at a polling station as an official looks up a voter's information during Mexico's presidential election in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
Backed by the border wall that separates the United States from Mexico, Rosa Miranda (R) participates...
Nogales, Mexico
Voter participates in survey after voting in Mexico's presidential election in Nogales
Backed by the border wall that separates the United States from Mexico, Rosa Miranda (R) participates in a survey given by Guillermina Garcia Vega outside a polling station after Miranda voted in Mexico's presidential election in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
Voters wait to cast their ballot in Mexico's presidential election outside a polling station with the...
Nogales, Mexico
Voters wait to cast their ballot in Mexico's presidential election outside polling station in Nogales...
Voters wait to cast their ballot in Mexico's presidential election outside a polling station with the border wall that separates the United States and Mexico on the left in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
A voter looks over the ballot before she votes in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station...
Nogales, Mexico
Voter looks over ballot before she votes in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in...
A voter looks over the ballot before she votes in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales,...
Nogales, Mexico
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales...
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. The wall in the background seperates Mexico and the United States. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
MEXICO ELECTION BORDER
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July 02, 2006
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales,...
Nogales, Mexico
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales...
Voters wait in line to cast their vote in Mexico's presidential election at this polling station in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, July 2, 2006. Thousands of expatriate Mexicans streamed south of the U.S. border on Sunday to vote in their homeland in a tight race with high stakes for crime-weary border residents. Only 40,000 of an estimated 6 million to 7 million Mexicans of voting age in the United States registered to vote by mail mostly because the paperwork was difficult. REUTERS/Jeff Topping (MEXICO)
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