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TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40S 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40O 
October 31, 2015 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40M 
October 31, 2015 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu greets his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu greets his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu greets his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40L 
October 31, 2015 
A supporter of the ruling AK Party waves national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
A supporter of the ruling AK Party waves national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
A supporter of the ruling AK Party waves national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40J 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40E 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U40D 
October 31, 2015 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, accompanied by his wife Sare Davutoglu, greets his supporters... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu greets his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, accompanied by his wife Sare Davutoglu, greets his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U405 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during... 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during an AK Party election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZZ 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during... 
Supporters of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu listen to his speech from the top of a roof during an AK Party election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZX 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZW 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZV 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey,... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party wave national and party flags during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZU 
October 31, 2015 
A man listens to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu from a window of his home during an AK Party... 
Ankara, Turkey 
A man listens to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu from a window of his home during an AK Party... 
A man listens to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu from a window of his home during an AK Party election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZT 
October 31, 2015 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party... 
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu adresses his supporters during an election rally of his AK Party in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZO 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister... 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U3ZK 
October 31, 2015 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister... 
Supporters of the ruling AK Party rise their hands as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu during an election rally in Ankara, Turkey, October 31, 2015. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. The outcome of the second parliamentary election this year will be important not only for Turkey's domestic stability and its role in resolving the conflict in Syria and Europe's migration crisis, but also for Erdogan himself. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U375 
October 31, 2015 
Children chat outside an electronic repair shop past an election banner of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Children chat outside an electronic repair shop past an election banner of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic... 
Children chat outside an electronic repair shop past an election banner of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Sertac Kayar 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U371 
October 31, 2015 
A boy pushes a cart on a street past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP)... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Boy pushes a cart on a street past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP)... 
A boy pushes a cart on a street past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Sertac Kayar 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U36V 
October 31, 2015 
A woman and a boy look out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Woman and a boy look out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party... 
A woman and a boy look out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang outside in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Sertac Kayar 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U34Z 
October 31, 2015 
Men sit on a street in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Men sit on a street in Diyarbakir 
Men sit on a street in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U344 
October 31, 2015 
Women sit on a wall of a historical castle in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Women sit on a wall of a historical castle in Diyarbakir 
Women sit on a wall of a historical castle in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U33M 
October 31, 2015 
A man sells vegetables on a street in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Man sells vegetables on a street in Diyarbakir 
A man sells vegetables on a street in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U33L 
October 31, 2015 
People walk and chat near election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir,... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
People walk and chat near election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir... 
People walk and chat near election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U33K 
October 31, 2015 
A boy carries a wheel as he walks past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Boy carries a wheel as he walks past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP)... 
A boy carries a wheel as he walks past election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U33E 
October 31, 2015 
Children play on a street as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Children play on a street as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang... 
Children play on a street as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang outside in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
TURKEY-ELECTION/
RTX1U337 
October 31, 2015 
A woman looks out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP)... 
Diyarbakir, Turkey 
Woman looks out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang... 
A woman looks out of a balcony as election banners of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) hang outside in Diyarbakir, Turkey October 31, 2015. President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344JO 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger arrives for a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger arrives for a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger arrives for a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344JL 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344JK 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger pauses during a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger pauses during a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger pauses during a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344JG 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344JC 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344J8 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/ICRC
RTR344J5 
June 25, 2012 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva 
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Jakob Kellenberger addresses a news conference in Geneva June 25, 2012. The ICRC made renewed efforts on Monday to enter the the Syrian town of Homs to evacuate trapped civilians and casualties, but it has yet to get "unambiguous" agreement from both sides, Kellenberger said. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTXROJT 
December 10, 2009 
A man moves a plank of wood while working at a construction site for a mall in central Sydney December... 
Sydney, Australia 
A man moves a plank of wood while working at a construction site in central Sydney 
A man moves a plank of wood while working at a construction site for a mall in central Sydney December 10, 2009. Australian employment surged past all expectations in November while unemployment unexpectedly dropped, an unambiguous sign of strength that argues for further increases in interest rates next year. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION) 
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTXROJS 
December 10, 2009 
A worker uses his mobile phone at a construction site in central Sydney December 10, 2009. Australian... 
Sydney, Australia 
A worker uses his mobile phone at a construction site in central Sydney 
A worker uses his mobile phone at a construction site in central Sydney December 10, 2009. Australian employment surged past all expectations in November while unemployment unexpectedly dropped, an unambiguous sign of strength that argues for further increases in interest rates next year. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION) 
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTXROJR 
December 10, 2009 
An office worker walks past a picture board at a construction site in central Sydney December 10, 2009.... 
Sydney, Australia 
An office worker walks past a picture board at a construction site in central Sydney 
An office worker walks past a picture board at a construction site in central Sydney December 10, 2009. Australian employment surged past all expectations in November while unemployment unexpectedly dropped, an unambiguous sign of strength that argues for further increases in interest rates next year. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION) 
CHINA TAIWAN
RTR4IWK 
May 22, 2000 
Chinese paramilitary personel practise shooting with special training pistols which shoot laser beams... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE PARAMILITARY PERSONEL PRACTISE SHOOTING IN BEIJING. 
Chinese paramilitary personel practise shooting with special training pistols which shoot laser beams at target boards along a river in eastern Beijing May 22. Signs of an easing of tensions across the Taiwan Strait emerged after Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian's inauguration speech on Saturday, though Beijing was clearly irked that Chen's speech failed to unambiguously embrace its notion of "one China" - that there is only one China, and that Taiwan is part of China.

ASW/DL 
ISRAEL
RTXH5BP 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish man with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish man with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in ..... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish man with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. The mask exchange center in a Jerusalem neighbourhood has seen increased trade as U.S. [President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein] to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear -Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time. 
ISRAEL
RTXH5BJ 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in ..... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. The mask exchange center in a Jerusalem neighbourhood has seen increased trade as U.S. [President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein] to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear -Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time. 
ISRAEL
RTXH5BG 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in ..... 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. The mask exchange center in a Jerusalem neighbourhood has seen increased trade as U.S. [President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein] to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear -Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time. 
RTR8H9W 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their... 
WOMAN SOLDIER FITS JEWISH BOY WITH GAS MASK IN JERUSALEM 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. The mask exchange center in a Jerusalem neighbourhood has seen increased trade as U.S. President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time.

ISRAEL IRAQ 
RTR8H9R 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish man with a gas mask November 9 as he trades in his family's protective... 
WOMAN SOLDIER FITS JEWISH MAN WITH GAS MASK IN JERUSALEM 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish man with a gas mask November 9 as he trades in his family's protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. The mask exchange center has seen increased trade in a Jerusalem neighbourhood as U.S. President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time.

ISRAEL IRAQ 
RTR8H9L 
November 09, 1997 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their... 
WOMAN SOLDIER FITS JEWISH BOY WITH GAS MASK 
An Israeli woman soldier fits a Jewish boy with a gas mask November 9 as he and his family trade in their protective masks for newer models in a routine exchange. Some Israelis are nervous and there are more people than usual at this mask exchange center in a Jerusalem neighborhood as U.S. President Bill Clinton called on the United Nations to take "very strong and unambiguous action" to force Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein to comply with U.N. weapons inspections. Israelis, remembering the Iraqi Scud missiles that slammed into the Jewish state during the 1991 Gulf War, fear Hussein might have the capability to launch chemical weapons at them this time.

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