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MEXICO-DRUGS/
RTX1USTU
November 04, 2015
Men hold signs during a demonstration in support of the legalization of marijuana outside the Supreme...
Mexico City, Mexico
Men hold signs during a demonstration in support of the legalization of marijuana outside the Supreme...
Men hold signs during a demonstration in support of the legalization of marijuana outside the Supreme Court building in Mexico City, Mexico, November 4, 2015. Mexico's Supreme Court on Wednesday gave the green light to growing marijuana for recreational use in a landmark decision that could lead to legalization in a country with a bloody history of conflict with drug cartels.Ruling on a case first brought in 2013 by an advocacy group denied permission by regulators to grow plants for recreational use, the court set a precedent by voting 4-1 that prohibiting people from growing the drug to consume it was unconstitutional.The court's vote does not legalize marijuana consumption in Mexico, but more rulings of the same kind could set a legal precedent. The signs read, "#Self-cultivation yes, #Cannabis uncensored". REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
ISRAEL-SEGREGATION/
RTR2U08K
November 14, 2011
A poster, part of a Facebook campaign called "Uncensored" which targets the scarcity of women's images...
Jerusalem, Israel
To match feature ISRAEL-SEGREGATION/
A poster, part of a Facebook campaign called "Uncensored" which targets the scarcity of women's images in advertising in Jerusalem, is seen after it was ripped, on an advertising board near Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood November 8, 2011. Segregated buses and censored billboards have become a part of Jerusalem life. Buses and billboards, where some advertisers avoid posting images of women to avoid vandalism, have become the latest battlefields in the fight for the soul of Jerusalem, a city sacred to Jews, Muslims and Christians. Picture taken November 8, 2011. To match feature ISRAEL-SEGREGATION/
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
USA-CHINA/TELEVISION
RTR2K2J7
March 18, 2011
Television anchor Guang Yujiang gives a news report at the New Tang Dynasty Television studios in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Television anchor Guang Yujiang gives a news report at the New Tang Dynasty Television studios in New...
Television anchor Guang Yujiang gives a news report at the New Tang Dynasty Television studios in New York March 10, 2011. From its spartan New York City studios, a non-profit organization called New Tang Dynasty Television is trying to change China with a tiny budget, a volunteer staff and a mission to inform a censored nation. The channel funded largely by donations was founded by practitioners of the Falun Gong spiritual movement but says it has no agenda other than to "bring truthful and uncensored information into and out of China," said Samuel Zhou, the channel's executive vice president. Photo taken March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA)
GOOGLE-CHINA/
RTR2FYW0
July 01, 2010
The logo of Google is pictured in front of its former headquarters in Beijing, July 1, 2010. China's...
Beijing, China
The logo of Google is pictured in front of its former headquarters in Beijing
The logo of Google is pictured in front of its former headquarters in Beijing, July 1, 2010. China's foreign ministry said on Thursday that it had no comment on Google's decision to end automatic rerouting of Chinese users to its uncensored Hong Kong search portal, in a bid to keep its China operating license. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MEDIA)
GOOGLE-CHINA/
RTR2FYVX
July 01, 2010
A man walks past the logo of Google in front of its former headquarters in Beijing, July 1, 2010. China's...
Beijing, China
A man walks past the logo of Google in front of its former headquarters in Beijing
A man walks past the logo of Google in front of its former headquarters in Beijing, July 1, 2010. China's foreign ministry said on Thursday that it had no comment on Google's decision to end automatic rerouting of Chinese users to its uncensored Hong Kong search portal, in a bid to keep its China operating license. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MEDIA)
GOOGLE-CHINA/
RTR2FYVW
July 01, 2010
The national flag of China flies in front of the former headquarters of Google in Beijing, July 1, 2010....
Beijing, China
The national flag of China flies in front of the former headquarters of Google in Beijing
The national flag of China flies in front of the former headquarters of Google in Beijing, July 1, 2010. China's foreign ministry said on Thursday that it had no comment on Google's decision to end automatic rerouting of Chinese users to its uncensored Hong Kong search portal, in a bid to keep its China operating license. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MEDIA)
CANADA-POLITICS/RULING
RTR2D6XH
April 27, 2010
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the...
Ottawa, Canada
House of Commons Speaker Milliken reads his ruling in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the right to ask for uncensored Afghan detainee documents from the government in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-POLITICS/RULING
RTR2D6XG
April 27, 2010
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the...
Ottawa, Canada
House of Commons Speaker Milliken reads his ruling in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the right to ask for uncensored Afghan detainee documents from the government in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-POLITICS/RULING
RTR2D6XD
April 27, 2010
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken whipes his brow while reading his ruling that opposition members...
Ottawa, Canada
House of Commons Speaker Milliken reads his ruling in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa...
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken whipes his brow while reading his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the right to ask for uncensored Afghan detainee documents from the government in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-POLITICS/RULING
RTR2D6X9
April 27, 2010
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the...
Ottawa, Canada
House of Commons Speaker Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the right...
House of Commons Speaker Peter Milliken reads his ruling that opposition members of parliament have the right to ask for uncensored Afghan detainee documents from the government in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Blair Gable (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYT0
March 23, 2010
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010....
Beijing, China
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYKH
March 23, 2010
A double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google travels in the financial district in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google travels in the financial district in Beijing...
A double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google travels in the financial district in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYK4
March 23, 2010
A security guard stands near a double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A security guard stands near a double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google in Beijing
A security guard stands near a double-decker bus painted with an advertisement for Google in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH TRANSPORT)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYHM
March 23, 2010
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010....
Beijing, China
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing
A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use.
REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYHH
March 23, 2010
A card and flowers are seen on a platform in front of the Google logo, as people take photos, at its...
Beijing, China
A card and flowers are seen on a platform in front of the Google logo at its China headquarters building...
A card and flowers are seen on a platform in front of the Google logo, as people take photos, at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China.
REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYHA
March 23, 2010
Passengers sit in a double deck bus painted with a Google advertisement in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google...
Beijing, China
Passengers sit in a double deck bus painted with a Google advertisement in Beijing
Passengers sit in a double deck bus painted with a Google advertisement in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
CHINA-GOOGLE/
RTR2BYH6
March 23, 2010
A guard patrols behind a security-tape outside Google China's headquarters building in Beijing March...
Beijing, China
A security guard patrols behind a limit line outside Google China headquarters building in Beijing
A guard patrols behind a security-tape outside Google China's headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCI TECH)
CHINA-GOOGLE/
RTR2BYH3
March 23, 2010
A Google employee walks past the lobby of Google China's headquarters in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google...
Beijing, China
Google employee walks past the lobby of Google China's headquarters in Beijing
A Google employee walks past the lobby of Google China's headquarters in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China.

REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYFL
March 23, 2010
A member of Google China staff uses a mobile phone to take photos from behind a curtain inside the company's...
Beijing, China
A member of Google China staff uses a mobile phone to take photos from behind a curtain inside the company's...
A member of Google China staff uses a mobile phone to take photos from behind a curtain inside the company's China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
GOOGLE/CHINA
RTR2BYFK
March 23, 2010
A man places an apple on a platform displaying Google's logo in front of its China headquarters building...
Beijing, China
A man places an apple on a platform displaying Google's logo in front of its China headquarters building...
A man places an apple on a platform displaying Google's logo in front of its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use.
REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCI TECH)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2737B
August 25, 2009
Third President of Austrian parliament Martin Graf addresses a news conference in Vienna August 25, 2009....
Vienna, Austria
Third President of Austrian parliament Graf addresses a news conference in Vienna
Third President of Austrian parliament Martin Graf addresses a news conference in Vienna August 25, 2009. "Unzensuriert" in his web page address reads "uncensored". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA POLITICS)
HAVEL
RTXK7VR
January 02, 2001
Czech President [Vaclav] Havel's wife Dagmar passes through the exit of the Czech public TV building...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech President [Vaclav] Havel's wife Dagmar passes through the exit of the Czech public TV building.....
Czech President [Vaclav] Havel's wife Dagmar passes through the exit of the Czech public TV building accompanied by a bodyguard, January 2, 2001. Dagmar Havel attended a live TV show in which she expressed her sympathy for rebellious TV news reporters. [The newsroom staff, refusing to recognise the television's newly appointed director-general Jiri Hodac, have begun a strike to support its demands with the aim to defend the right for uncensored broadcasting of Czech Television. ]
CZECH-TV-DISPUTES
RTRCIG0
January 02, 2001
Czech President Vaclav Havel's wife Dagmar passes through the exit of the Czech public TV building accompanied...
Prague, Czech Republic
CZECH PRESIDENT VACLAV HAVEL'S WIFE DAGMAR LEAVES THE CZECH PUBLIC TV BUILDING.
Czech President Vaclav Havel's wife Dagmar passes through the exit of the Czech public TV building accompanied by a bodyguard, January 2, 2001. Dagmar Havel attended a live TV show in which she expressed her sympathy for rebellious TV news reporters. The newsroom staff, refusing to recognise the television's newly appointed director-general Jiri Hodac, have begun a strike to support its demands with the aim to defend the right for uncensored broadcasting of Czech Television.

PJ/ns
RTRHHEE
September 21, 1998
Dianna Schacht (R), deputy staff director and counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, hands the four...
UNITED STATES
TAPES OF CLINTON TESTIMONY ARE GIVEN TO FOX PRODUCERS FOR DISTRIBUTION.
Dianna Schacht (R), deputy staff director and counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, hands the four videotapes of President Clinton's August 17 testimony before independent counsel Kenneth Starr's grand jury to Fox Broadcasting producers Wendy Dawson (L) and Steve Hirsch (C) on September 21. The tapes will be played in various censored and uncensored forms on many television networks.

ELD/ME
INTERNET
RTXH57L
November 11, 1997
Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet to spread anti-semitism, racism and Neo Nazism...
Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet to spread anti-semitism, racism and Neo .....
Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet to spread anti-semitism, racism and Neo Nazism experts at the United Nations meeting said on November 10. The number of Internet hate sites has doubled in recent years, with some 200.000 users in the United States alone.
RTR8JV7
November 11, 1997
FEATURE MATCHER TO ACCOMPANY BC-INTERNET-HATE - Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet...
Switzerland
FEATURE MATCHER FOR RTR STORY INTERNET-HATE
FEATURE MATCHER TO ACCOMPANY BC-INTERNET-HATE - Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet to spread anti-semitism, racism and Neo-Nazism experts at the United Nations meeting said on November 10. The number of Internet hate sites has doubled in recent years, with some 200.000 users in the United States alone.

INTERNET HATE
RTR8JV0
November 11, 1997
FEATURE MATCHER TO ACCOMPANY BC-INTERNET-HATE - Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet...
Switzerland
FEATURE MATCHER FOR RTR STORY INTERNET-HATE
FEATURE MATCHER TO ACCOMPANY BC-INTERNET-HATE - Hate groups are turning to the uncensored world of Internet to spread anti-semitism, racism and Neo-Nazism experts at the United Nations meeting said on November 10. The number of Internet hate sites has doubled in recent years, with some 200.000 users in the United States alone.

INTERNET HATE
RTR8H93
November 09, 1997
President Ernesto Samper of Colombia (L), President Ernesto Zedillo of Mexico (C) and President Jose...
Venezuela
SAMPER ZEDILLO AND FIGUERES CHAT AT SUMMIT
President Ernesto Samper of Colombia (L), President Ernesto Zedillo of Mexico (C) and President Jose Figueres of Costa Rica chat at the VII Ibero-American Summit on Margarita Island, November 9. Twenty three Latin American and Iberian heads of state signed the Margarita declaration yesterday outlining agreements against unilateralism and corruption, and approving a clause guaranteeing people's right to acurate and uncensored information.

LATAM SUMMIT
RTR8H7X
November 09, 1997
President Ernesto Samper of Colombia bows to Spanish Queen Sofia at the VII Ibero-American Summit on...
Venezuela
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT SAMPER BOWS TO SPANISH QUEEN SOFIA
President Ernesto Samper of Colombia bows to Spanish Queen Sofia at the VII Ibero-American Summit on Margarita Island, November 9. Twenty three Latin American and Iberian heads of state signed the Margarita declaration yesterday outlining agreements against unilateralism and corruption, and approving a clause guaranteeing people's right to accurate and uncensored information.

LATAM SUMMIT
RTR8H6K
November 09, 1997
King Juan Carlos of Spain (R) hugs President Ernesto Samper of Colombia as Colombian Foreign Minister...
Venezuela
SAMPER HUGS JUAN CARLOS AS MEJIA AND BURRELI LOOK ON
King Juan Carlos of Spain (R) hugs President Ernesto Samper of Colombia as Colombian Foreign Minister Maria Emma Mejia (C) and Venezuelan Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Burreli Rivas (far L) look on during the second and final day of the VII Ibero-American Summit on Margarita Island, November 9. Twenty three Latin American and Iberian heads of state signed the Margarita declaration yesterday outlining agreements against unilateralism and corruption, and approving a clause guaranteeing people's right to acurate and uncensored information.

LATAM SUMMIT
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