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BANGLADESH-BUS/
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January 06, 2007
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People look at burned bodies in a...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
People look at burned bodies in a truck near Comilla town Dhaka
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People look at burned bodies in a truck near Comilla town, 100 km (60 miles) from Dhaka, January 6, 2007. At least 55 people were killed on Saturday when a bus packed with some 100 passengers crashed and caught fire southeast of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. Picture taken January 6, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.(BANGLADESH)
VIETNAM APEC
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November 16, 2006
A man delivers a slaughtered pig in Hanoi's Cho Mo market November 16, 2006. Vietnam is the host of this...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Man delivers slaughtered pig in Hanoi's Cho Mo market
A man delivers a slaughtered pig in Hanoi's Cho Mo market November 16, 2006. Vietnam is the host of this year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting, which goes till November 20. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (VIETNAM)
MEXICO OAXACA MORGUE
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November 10, 2006
Unclaimed and unidentified bodies lie piled on top of each other at the morgue in Oaxaca November 9,...
Oaxaca, Mexico
Unclaimed bodies lie in city morgue in Oacaxa
Unclaimed and unidentified bodies lie piled on top of each other at the morgue in Oaxaca November 9, 2006. Dozens of corpses of people who died in robberies, road accidents and other mishaps have piled up at the city's morgue, built and unmodified since 1943, after law enforcement broke down during the months of social strife in the state. Normally after lying unclaimed for a while, the bodies would be sent to a common grave or to the university medical school but since the state bureaucracy has been inoperative for the months the bodies have just piled up. Picture taken November 9, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
MEXICO OAXACA MORGUE
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November 10, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
Personal effects hang next to unclaimed,...
Oaxaca, Mexico
Unclaimed bodies lie in the city morgue in Oacaxa
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
Personal effects hang next to unclaimed, unidentified bodies piled on top of each other at the morgue in Oaxaca November 9, 2006. Dozens of corpses of people who died in robberies, road accidents and other mishaps have piled up at the city's morgue, built and unmodified since 1943, after law enforcement broke down during the months of social strife in the state. Normally after lying unclaimed for a while, the bodies would be sent to a common grave or to the university medical school, but since the state bureaucracy has been inoperative for months the bodies have just piled up. Picture taken November 9, 2006. ONLINES OUT REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
MEXICO OAXACA MORGUE
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November 10, 2006
Unclaimed, unidentified bodies lie piled on top of each other at the morgue in Oaxaca November 9, 2006....
Oaxaca, Mexico
Unclaimed bodies lie in the city morgue in Oacaxa
Unclaimed, unidentified bodies lie piled on top of each other at the morgue in Oaxaca November 9, 2006. Dozens of corpses of people who died in robberies, road accidents and other mishaps have piled up at the city's morgue, built and unmodified since 1943, after law enforcement broke down during the months of social strife in the state. Normally after lying unclaimed for a while, the bodies would be sent to a common grave or to the university medical school, but since the state bureaucracy has been inoperative for months the bodies have just piled up. Picture taken November 9, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
USA
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October 31, 2006
Dan Summers, a tour guide at Hell House, poses for a picture in Cedar Hill, Texas October 30, 2006. Hell...
CEDAR HILL, UNITED STATES
Summers, a tour guide at Hell House, poses for a picture in Cedar Hill, Texas
Dan Summers, a tour guide at Hell House, poses for a picture in Cedar Hill, Texas October 30, 2006. Hell House puts a Christian spin on the traditional haunted house by using its parishioners as actors to portray scenes depicting issues such as abortion, suicide and school shootings. At the conclusion of the tour visitors are brought into a "decision room" where they are ministered to and offered a chance to receive salvation. Trinity Church officials estimate that close to 500 people over the ten days they've been open thus far this year have received salvation. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (United States)
THAILAND
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October 29, 2006
A devotee, with his cheeks pierced with skewers, joins a procession in celebration of the vegetarian...
Phuket, Thailand
A devotee joins a procession in celebration of the vegetarian festival in Phuket
A devotee, with his cheeks pierced with skewers, joins a procession in celebration of the vegetarian festival in Phuket October 29, 2006. The festival celebrates the local Chinese community's belief that abstinence from meat and various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
BRITAIN
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October 25, 2006
A skeleton mask, used by a pensioner during a National Pensioners Convention lobby demonstration, lies...
London, United Kingdom
A skeleton mask lies on the ground in central London
A skeleton mask, used by a pensioner during a National Pensioners Convention lobby demonstration, lies on the ground in central London October 25, 2006. The pensioners are calling for an immediate restoration of links with earnings, currently not due until 2012, to help pensioners who are currently struggling to pay bills. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
IRAQ
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October 17, 2006
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A policeman uses his mobile phone...
Basra, Iraq
A policeman uses his mobile phone as he stands guard near the body of a suicide bomber in Basra
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
A policeman uses his mobile phone as he stands near the body of a suicide bomber in Basra, 550 km (340 miles) south of Baghdad October 17, 2006. Two residents were wounded after a suicide bomb attack which targeted a market in Basra, police said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ)
HAITI VIOLENCE
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August 10, 2006
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A Haitian woman looks at bodies...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian woman looks at bodies lying on street in Port-au-Prince
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
A Haitian woman looks at bodies lying on a street in Port-au-Prince, August 10, 2006. Police said the dead men were part of a kidnapping gang. REUTERS/Logan Abassi
MIDEAST
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August 02, 2006
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Victims of bombings in south Lebanon...
Tyre, Lebanon
Victims of bombings in south Lebanon are placed in coffins in Tyre
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Victims of bombings in south Lebanon are placed in coffins in Tyre (Soure) August 2, 2006. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (LEBANON)
QUAKE INDONESIA
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May 31, 2006
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An Indonesian doctor performs surgery...
Klaten, Indonesia
Indonesian doctor performs surgery on an injured villager at a hospital in Klaten district
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An Indonesian doctor performs surgery on an injured villager at a hospital in Klaten district, central Java May 31, 2006. Indonesian authorities started to immunise thousands of earthquake survivors against measles on Wednesday and helicopters swept the devastated region on Java island to check for isolated victims. REUTERS/Andry Prasetyo
GREECE
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May 20, 2006
Finland's Lordi group celebrate after winning the 2006 Eurovision song contest in Athens' Olympic indoor...
Athens, Greece
Finland's Lordi celebrate after winning the 2006 Eurovision song contest in Athens
Finland's Lordi group celebrate after winning the 2006 Eurovision song contest in Athens' Olympic indoor arena May 20, 2006. Finland won the contest ahead of Russia, that took the second place, and Bosnia Herzegovina, that finished third. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
IRAQ NAJAF
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April 06, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY AND DEATH
A charred body is removed from the...
Najaf
Charred body is removed following powerful car bomb explosion in holy Iraqi city of Najaf
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY AND DEATH
A charred body is removed from the scene after a powerful car bomb blast in the holy Iraqi city of Najaf, 160 km (99 miles) south of Baghdad, April 6, 2006. A car bomb exploded near a sacred Shi'ite shrine in Najaf on Thursday, killing at least 15 people, police said. A Reuters correspondent said he saw 10 bodies and body parts on the ground a few hundred meters from the Imam Ali shrine, which is sacred to Shi'ites around the world. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish
BANGLADESH BLAST
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December 08, 2005
A policeman removes a pair of slippers lying on the blood-stained floor at the site of a bomb attack...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Policeman removes slippers at site of bomb attack in Netrokona
A policeman removes a pair of slippers lying on the blood-stained floor at the site of a bomb attack in Netrokona, a town 360km (220 miles) north of the capital Dhaka, December 8, 2005. A suicide bomb attack killed at least eight people in Bangladesh and wounded more than 50 on Thursday in the latest in a series of deadly blasts blamed on militants seeking Islamic rule in the country. Police said two bombs exploded on a crowded street within the space of a few minutes during the morning rush hour in Netrokona. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman Pictures of the Month December 2005
CENTAM MUDSLIDES
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October 03, 2005
Salvadoran soldiers dig out one of the 5 people killed by a mudslide in Lourdes Colon about 20km (12...
Colon, El Salvador
Salvadoran soldiers dig out victims from site of mudslide in Colon
Salvadoran soldiers dig out one of the 5 people killed by a mudslide in Lourdes Colon about 20km (12 miles) west of San Salvador October 3, 2005. Torrential rains and mudslides killed at least 35 people in Central America as collapsing hillsides buried homes and rivers burst their banks, rescue workers said on Monday. Pictures of the Month October 2005 REUTERS/Luis Galdamez FOR BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE: ALSO SEE GM1E62903K401
GUATEMALA PRISON RIOTS
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September 19, 2005
The severed head of a gang member lies near a desk at the scene of a massacre at a youth correctional...
San Jose Pinula, Guatemala
The severed head of gang member lies near desk at scene of massacre in Guatemala.
The severed head of a gang member lies near a desk at the scene of a massacre at a youth correctional facility in San Jose Pinula, Guatemala September 19, 2005. Officials reported 12 dead and 11 injured after four members of the MS street gang, armed with assault rifles entered the facility and executed members of the rival Mara 18. Guards detained three of the intruders, who police say are minors. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
IRAQ
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September 15, 2005
Iraqi men stand near a bloody pillar at the scene of Wednesday's deadly suicide bomb attack in Baghdad...
Baghdad
Iraqi men stand near bloody pillar at the scene of Wednesdays deadly suicide bomb attack in Baghdad.
Iraqi men stand near a bloody pillar at the scene of Wednesday's deadly suicide bomb attack in Baghdad September 15, 2005. A suicide bomber lured a crowd of Shi'ite day labourers to his minivan and blew it up in Baghdad on Wednesday, killing 114 people and wounding more than 156 in Iraq's second deadliest bombing since the war began. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen RCS/PEK
KATRINA
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September 14, 2005
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana,...
New Orleans, USA
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard.
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana, September 14, 2005. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/YH
KATRINA
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September 14, 2005
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana,...
New Orleans, USA
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard.
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana, September 14, 2005. The death toll from Hurricane Katrina climbed to 711 on Wednesday after Louisiana officials raised the number of confirmed fatalities in that state to 474. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/YH
WEATHER KATRINA
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September 05, 2005
A dog consumes the remains of a man near a breach in a levee in New Orleans, Louisiana September 5, 2005....
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A dog eats a human corpse near a broken levee in New Orleans.
A dog consumes the remains of a man near a breach in a levee in New Orleans, Louisiana September 5, 2005. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed a major gap in the New Orleans levees battered by Hurricane Katrina and is pumping water from the flooded city, an agency spokesman said on Monday. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson FR05090007
THAILAND
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September 04, 2005
Bread that resemble body parts are put at the storage room in Ratchaburi province, 100 km (62 miles)...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Bread that resemble body parts are put at the storage room in Ratchaburi province, west of Bangkok.
Bread that resemble body parts are put at the storage room in Ratchaburi province, 100 km (62 miles) west of Bangkok, September 4, 2005. The owner of the bakery shop made the bread to reflect the Buddhist philosophy of "Do not believe in what you see, and what you see might not be true as you thought." Although these bread are not for sale, the owner said he will continue making them. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/TZ
THAILAND
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September 01, 2005
A bakery worker displays bread that resemble body parts in Ratchaburi province, 100 km (62 miles) west...
Bangkok, Thailand
Bakery worker displays bread that resemble body parts in Ratchaburi province, west of Bangkok.
A bakery worker displays bread that resemble body parts in Ratchaburi province, 100 km (62 miles) west of Bangkok, September 1, 2005. The owner of the bakery shop made the bread to reflect the Buddhist philosophy of "Do not believe in what you see, and what you see might not be true as you thought." Although these bread are not for sale, the owner said he will continue making them. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom ODLY CS/PN
HEALTH HONGKONG PIGS
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August 17, 2005
Pig snouts are displayed at a market in Hong Kong August 17, 2005. A butcher at one of Hong Kong's leading...
Hong Kong, China
Pig snouts are displayed at a market in Hong Kong.
Pig snouts are displayed at a market in Hong Kong August 17, 2005. A butcher at one of Hong Kong's leading supermarket chains has contracted a pig-borne disease that has infected over 200 people and killed 39 in southwest China, the city's Health Department said. Hong Kong has suspended imports of frozen pork from the central Chinese province of Henan and the southern boomtown of Shenzhen after authorities recalled some pork in Shenzhen, which is adjacent to Hong Kong. REUTERS/Paul Yeung KC/PN
QUAKE INDONESIA
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January 02, 2005
Rescue worker find the bodies of tsunami victims in a river in Banda Aceh, on the northern part of the...
Indonesia
Rescue workers find the bodies of tsunami victims in a river in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
Rescue worker find the bodies of tsunami victims in a river in Banda Aceh, on the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra January 2, 2005. A week after being swamped by a massive tsunami, water is only just beginning to drain off parts of Aceh's provincial capital, revealing the full extent of the horrific destruction, and yet more bodies to count. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
RTRPIX
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December 29, 2004
Rescue worker points at a body found in the rubble at Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island, December...
Phi Phi
Rescue worker points at a body found in the rubble at Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island.
Rescue worker points at a body found in the rubble at Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island, December 29, 2004 after a tsunami hit the area. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui LUIS ASCUI
QUAKE WRAPUP
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December 28, 2004
body lies on the roadside in Unawatuna, outside the southern Sri Lankan town of Galle, December 28, 2004....
Unawatuna, Sri Lanka
Body lies on a roadside in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka after tsunami.
body lies on the roadside in Unawatuna, outside the southern Sri Lankan town of Galle, December 28, 2004. Nations on the Indian Ocean from Indonesia to Sri Lanka struggled on Tuesday to find and bury their dead and help the survivors of quake-triggered tidal waves as fears grew the final toll would far exceed the 29,000 people reported killed. REUTERS/Thomas White
QUAKE LANKA
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December 28, 2004
The body of a tsunami victim lies on a roadside in Unawatuna, 6 km (3.7 miles) south of Galle, Sri Lanka,...
Unawatuna, Sri Lanka
The body of a tsunami victim lies on a roadside in Unawatuna, Sri Lanka.
The body of a tsunami victim lies on a roadside in Unawatuna, 6 km (3.7 miles) south of Galle, Sri Lanka, December 28, 2004 after a tsunami hit the area on Sunday. Nations on the Indian Ocean from Indonesia to Sri Lanka struggled on Tuesday to find and bury their dead and help the survivors of a tidal wave triggered by an earthquake as fears grew the final toll would far exceed the 29,700 people reported killed. REUTERS/Thomas White Pictures of the Month December 2004
KHAO LAK BEACH
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December 28, 2004
Bodies of victims of the tsunami that hit on Sunday lie on Khao Lak beach, about 900 km (560 miles) south...
Khao Lak Beach, Thailand
Bodies of victims of the tsunami that hit on Sunday lie on Khao Lak beach, Thailand.
Bodies of victims of the tsunami that hit on Sunday lie on Khao Lak beach, about 900 km (560 miles) south of Bangkok December 28, 2004. Searchers have retrieved 770 bodies, both foreigners and Thais, along the Khao Lak beach north of Thailand's Phuket resort island, a regional disaster official said on Tuesday. The beach in Phang Nga province appears to be the area worst hit in Thailand by Sunday's tidal waves that were triggered by an earthquake. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad Pictures of the Month December 2004
THAILAND TSUNAMI
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December 27, 2004
Members of the Thai navy rescue team retrieve bodies of tsunami victims near Khao Lak, nearly 110 km...
Khao Lak, Thailand
Members of the Thai navy rescue team retrieve bodies of tsunami victims near Khao Lak, Thailand.
Members of the Thai navy rescue team retrieve bodies of tsunami victims near Khao Lak, nearly 110 km (68 miles) north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, December 27, 2004. The tsunami, caused by a magnitude 9.0 quake off the northern Indonesian coast, devastated the southern Thai tourist isles and beaches killing nearly 5,000 in the country. Photo taken December 27, 2004. REUTERS/Thailand Navy
RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS
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October 01, 2003
An Indian woman walks past a mannequin at a shopping mall in the
commercial hub of Noida, in India's...
Noida, Republic of India
FOR USE WITH FEATURE RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS.
An Indian woman walks past a mannequin at a shopping mall in the
commercial hub of Noida, in India's Utter Pradesh state October 1,
2003. Until a few years ago, Indians shopped at dusty neighbourhood
stores crammed with unattractive products, but a virtual retailing
revolution has hit the South Asian nation, with more than 50 new malls
opening up in major cities. Picture taken October 1, 2003. FOR USE WITH
FEATURE RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS
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October 01, 2003
Indian shoppers check out products at a shopping mall in the commercial
hub of Noida, in India's Utter...
Noida, Republic of India
FOR USE WITH FEATURE RETAIL INDIA MALLS.
Indian shoppers check out products at a shopping mall in the commercial
hub of Noida, in India's Utter Pradesh state October 1, 2003. Until a
few years ago, Indians shopped at dusty neighbourhood stores crammed
with unattractive products, but a virtual retailing revolution has hit
the South Asian nation, with more than 50 new malls opening up in major
cities. Picture taken October 1, 2003. FOR USE WITH FEATURE
RETAIL-INDIA-MALLS REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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BRITAIN IRAQ
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March 22, 2003
An anti-war protester wears a mask during a demonstration in central London,
March 22, 2003. Tens of...
London, UK
ANTI-WAR PROTESTER WEARS MASK DURING DEMONSTRATION IN CENTRAL LONDON.
An anti-war protester wears a mask during a demonstration in central London,
March 22, 2003. Tens of thousands of demonstrators massed in central London
as part of a series of protests in cities across the UK on Saturday to put
pressure on Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's government over the Iraq
conflict. PP03030053 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The Germ.....
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed [British Vodaphone]'s 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.
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GERMANY MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the exterior view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
FRONT EXTERIOR OF THE MANNESMANN HEADQUARTERS IN DUESSELDORF.
Picture shows the exterior view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed British Vodaphone's 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.

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GERMANY MANNESMANN
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November 15, 1999
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German...
Duesseldorf, Germany - FDR
MANNESMANN AG HEADQUARTERS IN DUESSELDORF.
Picture shows the outside view of the Mannesmann AG headquarter in Duesseldorf November 15. The German telecoms and engineering group Mannesmann AG discribed British Vodaphone's 65.5 billion pound (US$ 106 billion) cashless offer as financially unattractive and strategically undesirable.

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