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SOCCER-ENGLAND/LEI
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May 03, 2016 
A newspaper stall stands next to a statue celebrating the past successes of Leicester City Football Club,... 
Leicester, United Kingdom 
The Wider Image: Leicester City: out of the blue
A newspaper stall stands next to a statue celebrating the past successes of Leicester City Football Club, Leicester Tigers Rugby Club and Leicestershire County Cricket team in Leicester, Britain April 25, 2016. Leicester City's Premier League title dream became reality on Monday as their only remaining challengers Tottenham Hotspur drew 2-2 at Chelsea to complete one of the greatest ever sporting achievements. The Foxes' Premier League campaign has captivated fans in the provincial English city as well as sports fans worldwide. REUTERS/Darren Staples SEARCH "STAPLES FOXES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRITAIN/
RTR3EOPL 
March 07, 2013 
A dog arrives wearing a tiger print coat during the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, central... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
A dog arrives wearing a tiger print coat during the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham 
A dog arrives wearing a tiger print coat during the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, central England March 7, 2013. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
GOLF-WORLD/
RTR390KY 
October 11, 2012 
Fans, wearing t-shirts printed with images of Tiger Woods of the U.S. and Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland,... 
Antalya, Turkey 
Fans watch the World Golf Final Group 1 match between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy in Antalya 
Fans, wearing t-shirts printed with images of Tiger Woods of the U.S. and Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, watch the World Golf Final Group 1 match between two golfers in Antalya, southern Turkey, October 11, 2012. Woods won against McIlroy to qualify for the semi-finals. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: SPORT GOLF) 
CANNES/
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May 19, 2012 
The shoes of cast members Shia Labeouf and Jessica Chastain are seen during a photocall for the film... 
Cannes, France 
The shoes of cast members Labeouf and Chastain are seen during a photocall for the film 
The shoes of cast members Shia Labeouf and Jessica Chastain are seen during a photocall for the film "Lawless", by director John Hillcoat, in competition at the 65th Cannes Film Festival, May 19, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
GOLF/
RTR2L4FL 
April 12, 2011 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods makes his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern Chinese city... 
Dongguan, China 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods makes his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern Chinese city... 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods makes his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern Chinese city of Dongguan, where he will hold a golf clinic, April 12, 2011. Woods, without a tournament win for nearly 17 months, looked like the Tiger of old as he charged into contention over the front nine at Augusta National on Sunday, banishing any thought he might be a spent force. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SPORT GOLF) 
GOLF/
RTR2L4FK 
April 12, 2011 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods prepares to make his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern... 
Dongguan, China 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods prepares to make his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern... 
U.S. golfer Tiger Woods prepares to make his hand print at Mission Hills golf course in the southern Chinese city of Dongguan, where he will hold a golf clinic, April 12, 2011. Woods, without a tournament win for nearly 17 months, looked like the Tiger of old as he charged into contention over the front nine at Augusta National on Sunday, banishing any thought he might be a spent force. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: SPORT GOLF IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTXTAAT 
October 10, 2010 
Dancers perform during the final parade of the Vivamerica festival in central Madrid October 10 2010.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Dancers perform during the final parade of the Vivamerica festival in central Madrid 
Dancers perform during the final parade of the Vivamerica festival in central Madrid October 10 2010. The festival celebrates the strength and vitality of Ibero-American culture, both in creative and intellectual spheres. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ITALY-FASHION/
RTR2B0G2 
February 27, 2010 
A model displays a creation as part of the John Richmond Fall/Winter 2010/11 women's collection during... 
Milan, Italy 
A model displays a creation as part of John Richmond Fall/Winter 2010/11 women's collection during Milan... 
A model displays a creation as part of the John Richmond Fall/Winter 2010/11 women's collection during Milan Fashion Week February 27, 2010. REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY - Tags: FASHION) 
MALAYSIA/
RTR29ZTN 
February 09, 2010 
A replica of a tiger head which they use for the Chinese Tiger Dance is on display ahead of the Lunar... 
Shah Alam, Malaysia 
A replica of a tiger head which they use for the Chinese Tiger Dance is on display in Kuala Lumpur 
A replica of a tiger head which they use for the Chinese Tiger Dance is on display ahead of the Lunar New Year celebrations at a shop in Shah Alam outside Kuala Lumpur February 9, 2010. Chinese will celebrate the Year of the Tiger on February 14. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
GOLF-CHAMPIONS/
RTXQFA4 
November 06, 2009 
Tiger Woods of the U.S. walks past a cameraman, wearing a t-shirt with images of tigers printed on its... 
Shanghai, China 
Tiger Woods of the U.S. plays on the 8th hole during the 2009 HSBC Champions golf tournament in Shanghai... 
Tiger Woods of the U.S. walks past a cameraman, wearing a t-shirt with images of tigers printed on its back, as he plays on the 8th hole during the second round of the 2009 HSBC Champions golf tournament in Shanghai November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA SPORT GOLF SOCIETY) 
SRILANKA-WAR/
RTXJ8GV 
May 19, 2009 
A Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper reporting that government troops on Monday killed Liberation... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper in central Colombo 
A Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper reporting that government troops on Monday killed Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) leader Vellupillai Prabhakaran, in central Colombo May 19, 2009. But today a LTTE official told a pro-Tamil website that Prabhakaran was still alive. Sri Lankan troops won the final battle in a 25-year civil war with the Tamil Tiger separatists on Monday, putting the entire nation under government control for the first time since 1983, the military said. REUTERS/David Gray (SRI LANKA MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS) 
SRILANKA-WAR/
RTXJ8GU 
May 19, 2009 
A Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper reporting that government troops on Monday killed Liberation... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper in central Colombo 
A Sri Lankan man reads a local newspaper reporting that government troops on Monday killed Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) leader Vellupillai Prabhakaran, in central Colombo May 19, 2009. But today a LTTE official told a pro-Tamil website that Prabhakaran was still alive. Sri Lankan troops won the final battle in a 25-year civil war with the Tamil Tiger separatists on Monday, putting the entire nation under government control for the first time since 1983, the military said. REUTERS/David Gray (SRI LANKA MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS) 
SRILANKA-WAR/
RTXE8L5 
April 22, 2009 
Members of the Women against Eelam Tamil Genocide group rest next to a newspaper photograph of the LTTE... 
multiple cities, India 
Members of the Women against Eelam Tamil Genocide group rest in Chennai 
Members of the Women against Eelam Tamil Genocide group rest next to a newspaper photograph of the LTTE leader Vellupillai Prabhakaran, on what they say is the 10th consecutive day of their fast-unto-death silent protest in the southern Indian city of Chennai April 22, 2009. Thousands more civilians surged out of Sri Lanka's war zone on Wednesday, while soldiers and Tamil Tiger rebels fought the apparent endgame of Asia's longest-running war despite calls to protect those still trapped. REUTERS/Babu (INDIA POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT) 
SRILANKA-WAR/BAN
RTR235SW 
January 08, 2009 
People buy newspapers at a vendor in Colombo January 8, 2009. Sri Lanka's cabinet reinstituted on Wednesday... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
People buy newspapers at a vendor in Colombo 
People buy newspapers at a vendor in Colombo January 8, 2009. Sri Lanka's cabinet reinstituted on Wednesday a ban on the Tamil Tiger rebels which designates them as a terrorist group, Sri Lanka's defence spokesman said. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA) 
INDIA/
RTR22OFO 
December 18, 2008 
Forest workers observe tiger paw prints on the Mahananda river bed, on the outskirts of the northeastern... 
Siliguri, India 
Forest workers observe tiger paw prints on Mahananda river bed on outskirts of Siliguri 
Forest workers observe tiger paw prints on the Mahananda river bed, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri December 18, 2008. The officials are conducting a five-day long tiger census at the Mahananda wild life sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to 16 Royal Bengal tigers as per last 2004 census, according to the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO). REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR22OFM 
December 18, 2008 
Forest workers use plaster of Paris to cast a paw print of a Royal Bengal tiger on Mahananda river bed,... 
Siliguri, India 
Forest workers use plaster of Paris to cast paw print of Royal Bengal tiger on Mahananda river bed on... 
Forest workers use plaster of Paris to cast a paw print of a Royal Bengal tiger on Mahananda river bed, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri December 18, 2008. The officials are conducting a five-day long tiger census at the Mahananda wild life sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to 16 Royal Bengal tigers as per last 2004 census, according to the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO). REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR22OFG 
December 18, 2008 
A forest worker draws a tiger paw print on the Mahananda river bed, on the outskirts of the northeastern... 
Siliguri, India 
Forest worker draws tiger paw print on Mahananda river bed on outskirts of Siliguri 
A forest worker draws a tiger paw print on the Mahananda river bed, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri December 18, 2008. The officials are conducting a five-day long tiger census at the Mahananda wild life sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to 16 Royal Bengal tigers as per last 2004 census, according to the Divisional Forest Officer (DFO). REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
CHINA/
RTX9KE0 
October 15, 2008 
Visitors look at the statue "Tiger Rabit" by Chinese artist Chen Ke at Beijing's 798 Art Zone October... 
Beijing, China 
Visitors look at the statue "Tiger Rabit" by Chinese artist Chen Ke at Beijing's 798 Art Zone 
Visitors look at the statue "Tiger Rabit" by Chinese artist Chen Ke at Beijing's 798 Art Zone October 15, 2008. The Beijing 798 Art Zone houses a thriving artist community set up in former factories. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA) 
SRILANKA-REBEL/
RTR1VL0O 
November 02, 2007 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the... 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the death of Tamil Tiger political wing leader S.P. Thamilselvan, in Colombo November 2, 2007. Thamilselvan, the rebels' main interlocutor at the last round of peace talks with the Sri Lankan government in October 2006, and the international face of the separatist group, was killed in a Sri Lankan air force bombing raid early on Friday, the rebels said, in what analysts warned was a body-blow to any hope of ending the conflict soon. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA) 
SRILANKA-REBEL/
RTR1VL0N 
November 02, 2007 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the... 
A worker at a printing press reads a copy of the latest printed newspaper, with the cover story on the death of Tamil Tiger political wing leader S.P. Thamilselvan, in Colombo November 2, 2007. Thamilselvan, the rebels' main interlocutor at the last round of peace talks with the Sri Lankan government in October 2006, and the international face of the separatist group, was killed in a Sri Lankan air force bombing raid early on Friday, the rebels said, in what analysts warned was a body-blow to any hope of ending the conflict soon. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA) 
MYANMAR/WILDLIFE
RTR1TDKF 
September 03, 2007 
A woman holds up a leopard skin at a market in Mong La on Myanmar's border with China on August 15, 2007.... 
Mong La, Myanmar 
To match feature MYANMAR/WILDLIFE 
A woman holds up a leopard skin at a market in Mong La on Myanmar's border with China on August 15, 2007. Chinese demand for exotic wildlife -- part of a global multi-billion dollar black market -- is emptying the former Burma's jungles of wild elephants, monkeys and tigers. To match feature MYANMAR/WILDLIFE REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR) 
ENVIRONMENT INDIA TIGER
RTR17SP8 
January 04, 2006 
A paw print of a Royal Bengal tiger is seen at Sunderbans, 10,000 sq km (3,860 sq mile) of mangrove marshlands... 
Sunderbans, India 
Paw print of Royal Bengal tiger is seen at Sunderbans 
A paw print of a Royal Bengal tiger is seen at Sunderbans, 10,000 sq km (3,860 sq mile) of mangrove marshlands off the coast of the Bay of Bengal, 100km (60 miles) south of Kolkata January 4, 2006. Armed with radio collars and high-tech cameras, hundreds of wildlife experts fanned out across a vast mangrove in India's east on Thursday as part of the world's largest census of the endangered tiger. Picture taken on January 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw 
BLASS
RTXMF1O 
February 10, 2004 
A model for designer Bill Blass wears a tiger printed cape during the presentation of the Bill Blass... 
New York, USA 
A model for designer Bill Blass wears a tiger printed cape during the presentation of the Bill Blass..... 
A model for designer Bill Blass wears a tiger printed cape during the presentation of the Bill Blass Fall/Winter 2004 Collection in New York, February 10, 2004. Many of America's top designers are showing their 2004 collections throughout the week in New York. 
LIFE FASHION
RTRCEFQ 
February 10, 2004 
A model for designer Bill Blass wears a tiger printed cape during the presentation of the Bill Blass... 
UNITED STATES 
MODEL POSES ON RUNWAY DURING SHOWING OF BILL BLASS FALL/WINTER 2004 COLLECTION. 
A model for designer Bill Blass wears a tiger printed cape during the presentation of the Bill Blass Fall/Winter 2004 Collection in New York, February 10, 2004. Many of America's top designers are showing their 2004 collections throughout the week in New York. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS 
INDIA
RTRC9LJ 
February 09, 2004 
Armed Indian forest officials search for paw prints of tigers while conducting a tiger census at Buxa... 
Buxa, India 
ARMED INDIAN FOREST OFFICIALS CONDUCT TIGER CENSUS AT BUXA TIGER RESERVE NEAR CALCUTTA, INDIA. 
Armed Indian forest officials search for paw prints of tigers while conducting a tiger census at Buxa Tiger Reserve 850 km (531 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Calcutta February 9, 2004. Buxa Tiger Reserve is home to 31 Royal Bengal tigers and 160 leopards. Authorities hope that the five-day census which began on Monday will help them monitor the progress of conservation efforts. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri SC/TW 
TIGERS
RTXMDU7 
January 15, 2004 
A white tiger sits inside his enclosure at the Delhi zoo January 15, 2004. [Hundreds of forest guards... 
Delhi, India 
A white tiger sits inside his enclosure at the Delhi zoo January 15, 2004. [Hundreds of forest guard..... 
A white tiger sits inside his enclosure at the Delhi zoo January 15, 2004. [Hundreds of forest guards and volunteers began scouring a swampy mangrove forest in eastern India on Wednesday for tiger foot prints as authorities kicked-off one of the world's largest tiger census operations. ] 
INDIA
RTRAB4Z 
January 15, 2004 
A white tiger sits inside his enclosure at the Delhi zoo January 15, 2004. Hundreds of forest guards... 
Delhi, Republic of India 
WHITE TIGER SITS INSIDE HIS ENCLOSURE IN DELHI ZOO. 
A white tiger sits inside his enclosure at the Delhi zoo January 15, 2004. Hundreds of forest guards and volunteers began scouring a swampy mangrove forest in eastern India on Wednesday for tiger foot prints as authorities kicked-off one of the world's largest tiger census operations. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore AH/TW 
INDIA
RTRA2HA 
January 12, 2004 
INDIAN FOREST OFFICERS SEARCH FOR PAW PRINTS OF MAN-EATING TIGERS DURING A PREPARATORY EXCERCISE AT SANZEKHALI.... 
India 
INDIAN FOREST OFFICERS SEARCH FOR PAW PRINTS OF MAN-EATING TIGERS DURING A PREPARATORY EXCERCISE AT ...... 
INDIAN FOREST OFFICERS SEARCH FOR PAW PRINTS OF MAN-EATING TIGERS DURING A PREPARATORY EXCERCISE AT SANZEKHALI. Indian forest officers search for paw prints of man-eating tigers during a preparatory excercise for the world's largest tiger census at Sanzekhali island in the mangrove Sunderbans Delta January 12, 2004. Sunderbans, where the Ganges river winds its way into the Bay of Bengal, is home to 245 man-eating Royal Bengal tigers, according to the last census in 2001. Authorities make periodic estimates of the tiger population to monitor the progress of conservation efforts. The latest census which will start on Wednesday will see Indian forest officials coordinating for the first time with authorities in Bangladesh which holds around 60 percent of the Sunderbans ecosystem and is home to 350 Royal Bengal tigers. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw REUTERS 
INDIA
RTRA2FK 
January 12, 2004 
AN INDIAN FOREST GUARD HOLDS A PLASTER OF PARIS CAST OF A TIGER PAW PRINT AS PART OF A PREPARATORY EXERCISE... 
India 
AN INDIAN FOREST GUARD HOLDS A PLASTER OF PARIS CAST OF A TIGER PAW PRINT AS PART OF A PREPARATORY ...... 
AN INDIAN FOREST GUARD HOLDS A PLASTER OF PARIS CAST OF A TIGER PAW PRINT AS PART OF A PREPARATORY EXERCISE FOR A TIGER CENSUS AT SAZNEKHALI. An Indian forest guard holds a Plaster of Paris cast of a tiger paw print as part of a preparatory exercise for a tiger census at Saznekhali island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta January 12, 2004. Sunderbans, where the Ganges river winds its way into the Bay of Bengal, is home to 245 man-eating Royal Bengal tigers, according to the last census in 2001. Authorities make periodic estimates of the tiger population to monitor the progress of conservation efforts. The latest census which will start on Wednesday will see Indian forest officials coordinating for the first time with authorities in Bangladesh which holds around 60 percent of the Sunderbans ecosystem and is home to 350 Royal Bengal tigers. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw REUTERS 
INDIA
RTRA2F9 
January 12, 2004 
INDIAN FOREST GUARDS USE PLASTER OF PARIS TO CAST A PAW PRINT OF A ROYAL BENGAL TIGER DURING A PREPARATORY... 
India 
INDIAN FOREST GUARDS USE PLASTER OF PARIS TO CAST A PAW PRINT OF A ROYAL BENGAL TIGER DURING A ... 
INDIAN FOREST GUARDS USE PLASTER OF PARIS TO CAST A PAW PRINT OF A ROYAL BENGAL TIGER DURING A PREPARATORY EXECERCISE FOR A TIGER CENSUS AT SANZEKHALI. Indian forest guards use plaster of Paris to cast a paw print of a Royal Bengal tiger during a preparatory execercise for a tiger census at Sanzekhali in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta January 12, 2004. Sunderbans, where the Ganges river winds its way into the Bay of Bengal, is home to 245 man-eating Royal Bengal tigers, according to the last census in 2001. Authorities make periodic estimates of the tiger population to monitor the progress of conservation efforts. The latest census which will start on Wednesday will see Indian forest officials coordinating for the first time with authorities in Bangladesh which holds around 60 percent of the Sunderbans ecosystem and is home to 350 Royal Bengal tigers. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw REUTERS 
SRILANKA
RTR6790 
November 04, 2003 
Sri Lankan troops guard the government press in the capital Colombo
November 4, 2003, after President... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of 
SRI LANKAN TROOPS GUARD THE GOVERMENT PRESS IN THE CAPITAL COLOMBO. 
Sri Lankan troops guard the government press in the capital Colombo
November 4, 2003, after President Chandrika Kumaratunga sacked the
defence, interior and media ministers. The government press printed the
official announcement of the sacking, which comes days after the Tamil
Tiger rebels released a power-sharing proposal that was hoped would
pave the way for fresh peace talks to end a 20-year civil war.
REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi

AL/FA 
SRILANKA NEWSPAPER
RTR4JV8 
May 23, 2000 
Sri Lankan policemen stand guard May 23 at the the printing press of the Sunday Leader newspaper in Colombo,... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of 
SRILANKAN POLICEMEN GUARD THE PRINTING PRESS OF THE SUNDAY LEADER. 
Sri Lankan policemen stand guard May 23 at the the printing press of the Sunday Leader newspaper in Colombo, which was closed by the goverment for six months for violating the country's tough censorship laws by running stories on the on-going war between troops and the Tamil Tiger rebels in the northern Jaffna peninsula. Last week the goverment ordered Uthayan, Jaffna's only newspaper, to shut down for breaking the regulations and "bias " towards the rebels.

AL/TAN 
SRILANKA WAR
RTR416B 
May 11, 2000 
A Sri Lankan newspaper vendor stands next to stacks of unsold papers May 11. Sri Lanka slapped censorship... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of 
A SRILANKAN NEWSPAPER VENDOR STANDS NEXT TO STACKS OF UNSOLD PAPERS IN COLOMBO. 
A Sri Lankan newspaper vendor stands next to stacks of unsold papers May 11. Sri Lanka slapped censorship last week on foreign media coverage of the war between government troops and Tamil Tiger rebels. The goverment also have powers under new regulations to stop the sale and distribution of newspapers seen contravening national security interest and shut down printing presses.

AL/TAN 
CASTA
RTXJBWX 
November 21, 1999 
French model Laeticia Casta displays a tiger print outfit at a fashion show in Athens November 21. Casta... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
French model Laeticia Casta displays a tiger print outfit at a fashion show in Athens November 21. C..... 
French model Laeticia Casta displays a tiger print outfit at a fashion show in Athens November 21. Casta was the star attraction in Greek designer Celia Krithariotis's latest show.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
GREECE FASHION
RTRSLBA 
November 21, 1999 
French model Laeticia Casta displays a tiger print outfit at a fashion show in Athens November 21. Casta... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
FRENCH MODEL CASTA DISPLAYS A TIGER PRINT OUTFIT IN ATHENS. 
French model Laeticia Casta displays a tiger print outfit at a fashion show in Athens November 21. Casta was the star attraction in Greek designer Celia Krithariotis's latest show.

YK 
SRILANKA WAR
RTRS5ZT 
November 08, 1999 
A Sri Lankan reads a local newspaper The Island in Colombo November 8 announcing the imposition of sensorship... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of 
SRILANKAN NEWSPAPER ANOUNCES REIMPOSITION OF CENSORSHIP. 
A Sri Lankan reads a local newspaper The Island in Colombo November 8 announcing the imposition of sensorship on war news. Sri Lanka said in a statement on Sunday that no media organisation could print, transmit or broadcast

information on military operations being carried out in the north and east of the country without the clearance of the competent authority.The move followed major debacles by the military in their fight against Tamil Tiger separatist rebels. 
TIGERS
RTXHWXX 
October 29, 1998 
Keepers of the Taman Safari park near Indonesia's capital Jakarta take ink-prints of a Sumatra tiger... 
Keepers of the Taman Safari park near Indonesia's capital Jakarta take ink-prints of a Sumatra tiger..... 
Keepers of the Taman Safari park near Indonesia's capital Jakarta take ink-prints of a Sumatra tiger cub's paws October 29 to distribute to Australian children. An Australian couple earlier donated 16 tonnes of kangaroo-meat bought with contributions from all over Australia to the park to help feed the tigers, which have faced dwindling supplies of food because of the country's economic crisis. 
RTRIU7H 
October 29, 1998 
Keepers of the Taman Safari park near Indonesia's capital Jakarta take ink-prints of a Sumatra tiger... 
Indonesia 
SAFARI PARK KEEPERS TAKE INK-PRINTS OF TIGER IN JAKARTA. 
Keepers of the Taman Safari park near Indonesia's capital Jakarta take ink-prints of a Sumatra tiger cub's paws October 29 to distribute to Australian children. An Australian couple earlier donated 16 tonnes of kangaroo meat bought with contributions from all over Australia to the park to help feed the tigers, which have faced dwindling supplies of food because of the country's economic crisis.

RG/JJ/JDP 
WOODS
RTXHI55 
May 19, 1997 
Golfer Tiger Woods, as he will appear in a new American Express advertisement print is unveiled at a... 
Golfer Tiger Woods, as he will appear in a new American Express advertisement print is unveiled at a..... 
Golfer Tiger Woods, as he will appear in a new American Express advertisement print is unveiled at a press conference in New York, May 19. Woods was introduced to the media as a new spokesman for American Express around the world. 
RTR3U7S 
May 19, 1997 
Golfer Tiger Woods, as he will appear in a new American Express advertisement print is unveiled at a... 
multiple countries 
GOLFER TIGER WOODS IN NEW AMERICAN EXPRESS PRINT 
Golfer Tiger Woods, as he will appear in a new American Express advertisement print is unveiled at a press conference in New York, May 19. Woods was introduced to the media as a new spokesman for American Express around the world.

AMEX WOODS 
USA
RTXHJRO 
April 24, 1997 
"Tony The Tiger," the breakfast cereal character, poses after putting his paw prints in cement, April... 
"Tony The Tiger," the breakfast cereal character, poses after putting his paw prints in cement, Apri..... 
"Tony The Tiger," the breakfast cereal character, poses after putting his paw prints in cement, April 24 at Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. "Tony The Tiger" is celebrating his 45th anniversary as the character on the Kellogg's Frosted Flakes cereal box. 
RTR39F8 
April 24, 1997 
"Tony The Tiger," the breakfast cereal character, poses after putting his paw prints in cement, April... 
multiple countries 
TONY THE TIGER CELEBRATES HIS 45TH ANNIVERSARY 
"Tony The Tiger," the breakfast cereal character, poses after putting his paw prints in cement, April 24 at Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. "Tony The Tiger" is celebrating his 45th anniversary as the character on the Kellogg's Frosted Flakes cereal box.

TONY 
RTR2WEX 
April 08, 1997 
Models for designer Nicole Miller wear tiger print dresses at a showing of the Fall, 1997 collection... 
multiple countries 
TWO MODELS DISPLAY OUTFITS BY KAREN MILLER IN NEW YORK 
Models for designer Nicole Miller wear tiger print dresses at a showing of the Fall, 1997 collection in New York April 7.

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