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MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS/
RTR1T9VK
August 31, 2007
Men wait for a bus in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages...
Angfou, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS
Men wait for a bus in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages large majorities by political parties, forcing political groups to form coalitions after the elections. Even if a party wins the majority a lot still hangs on negotiations with the palace, where the king holds the ultimate veto. Voters seem unconcerned by the PJD's vagueness. Indeed it may even be a strength as it allows the party to attract people with varied religious and political convictions. Picture taken January 24, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS/
RTR1T9V9
August 31, 2007
A boy plays on a tree in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages...
Anfgou, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS
A boy plays on a tree in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages large majorities by political parties, forcing political groups to form coalitions after the elections. Even if a party wins the majority a lot still hangs on negotiations with the palace, where the king holds the ultimate veto. Voters seem unconcerned by the PJD's vagueness. Indeed it may even be a strength as it allows the party to attract people with varied religious and political convictions. Picture taken January 24, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS/
RTR1T9UZ
August 31, 2007
A family stands in front of their house in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral...
Anfgou, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS
A family stands in front of their house in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages large majorities by political parties, forcing political groups to form coalitions after the elections. Even if a party wins the majority a lot still hangs on negotiations with the palace, where the king holds the ultimate veto. Voters seem unconcerned by the PJD's vagueness. Indeed it may even be a strength as it allows the party to attract people with varied religious and political convictions. Picture taken January 24, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS/
RTR1T9UT
August 31, 2007
Children play in a field in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages...
Anfgou, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS
Children play in a field in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages large majorities by political parties, forcing political groups to form coalitions after the elections. Even if a party wins the majority a lot still hangs on negotiations with the palace, where the king holds the ultimate veto. Voters seem unconcerned by the PJD's vagueness. Indeed it may even be a strength as it allows the party to attract people with varied religious and political convictions. Picture taken January 24, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS/
RTR1T9UG
August 31, 2007
Women prepare a donkey at a street in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system...
Anfgou, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS
Women prepare a donkey at a street in Anfgou, near Khenifra, January 24, 2007. Morocco's electoral system discourages large majorities by political parties, forcing political groups to form coalitions after the elections. Even if a party wins the majority a lot still hangs on negotiations with the palace, where the king holds the ultimate veto. Voters seem unconcerned by the PJD's vagueness. Indeed it may even be a strength as it allows the party to attract people with varied religious and political convictions. Picture taken January 24, 2007. To match feature MOROCCO-ISLAMISTS. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
SAUDI ARABIA
RTRIKZG
July 25, 2005
Investors monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Investors monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh.
Investors monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a year ago were unconcerned about the stock market, changed completely in the past year, with the latest news of the stock market now the main subject of many gatherings, according to local media. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/CN
SAUDI ARABIA
RTRIKZ5
July 25, 2005
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh.
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a year ago were unconcerned about the stock market, changed completely in the past year, with the latest news of the stock market now the main subject of many gatherings, according to local media. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/CN
SAUDI ARABIA
RTRIKYL
July 25, 2005
Dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a year...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh.
Dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a year ago were unconcerned about the stock market, changed completely in the past year, with the latest news of the stock market now the main subject of many gatherings, according to local media. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/CN
SAUDI ARABIA
RTRIKY4
July 25, 2005
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh.
Saudi dealers monitor the stock market at a bank in Riyadh July 25, 2005. The knowledge of Saudis, who a year ago were unconcerned about the stock market, changed completely in the past year, with the latest news of the stock market now the main subject of many gatherings, according to local media. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim PP05070281 ZH/CN
GREECE RUSSIA PUTIN
RTRQ5A8
December 07, 2001
Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses journalists during a news
conference following his meeting...
Athens, Greece
VISITING RUSSIAN PR PUTIN ADDRESSES REPORTERS IN ATHENS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses journalists during a news
conference following his meeting with Greek Prime Minister Costas
Simitis in Athens December 7, 2001. Putin said that he was unconcerned
about a delay in launching a new NATO-Russia Council, saying there was
no need to rush. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

YK
GREECE RUSSIA PUTIN
RTRQ59Z
December 07, 2001
Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with Greek Prime
Minister Costas Simitis in Athens...
Athens, Greece
VISITING RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN SHAKES HANDS WITH GREEK PRIME MINISTER
SIMITIS IN ATHENS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with Greek Prime
Minister Costas Simitis in Athens December 7, 2001. Putin said that he
was unconcerned about a delay in launching a new NATO-Russia Council,
saying there was no need to rush. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

YK/AA
GREECE RUSSIA PUTIN
RTRQ59T
December 07, 2001
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and Greek Prime Minister Costas
Simitis are interviewed in Athens...
Athens, Greece
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN WITH GREEK PRIME MINISTER SIMITIS IN ATHENS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and Greek Prime Minister Costas
Simitis are interviewed in Athens December 7, 2001. Putin said that he
was unconcerned about a delay in launching a new NATO-Russia Council,
saying there was no need to rush. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

YK/AA
GREECE RUSSIA PUTIN
RTRQ59P
December 07, 2001
Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses journalists during a news
conference following his meeting...
Athens, Greece
VISITING RUSSIAN PRESIDENT PUTIN ADDRESSES REPORTERS IN ATHENS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses journalists during a news
conference following his meeting with Greek Prime Minister Costas
Simitis in Athens December 7, 2001. Putin said that he was unconcerned
about a delay in launching a new NATO-Russia Council, saying there was
no need to rush. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

YK/AA
INDONESIA FERRARI
RTRFYUD
March 21, 2001
MODELS STAND NEXT TO A MASERATI 3200 GT DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST FERRAR1/MASERATI DEALERSHIP IN...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
MODELS STAND NEXT TO A MASERATI 3200 GT DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST FERRAR1/MASERATI ...
MODELS STAND NEXT TO A MASERATI 3200 GT DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST FERRAR1/MASERATI DEALERSHIP IN JAKARTA.


Indonesian models stands next to a Maserati 3200 GT at the launch of the first Ferrari/Maserati dealership in Jakarta March 21, 2001. The luxury sportscar maker Ferrari said it was unconcerned about sales in Indonesia, the country worst hit by the Asian economic crisis, and was only completing it Asian distribution network.
INDONESIA FERRARI
RTRFYTG
March 21, 2001
AN INDONESIAN MODEL STANDS NEXT TO A FERRARI 360 MODENA DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST FERRAR1/MASERATI...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN MODEL STANDS NEXT TO A FERRARI 360 MODENA DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST ...
AN INDONESIAN MODEL STANDS NEXT TO A FERRARI 360 MODENA DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE FIRST FERRAR1/MASERATI DEALERSHIP IN JAKARTA.


An Indonesian model stands next to a Ferrari 360 Modena at the launch of the first Ferrari/Maserati dealership in Jakarta March 21, 2001. The luxury sportscar maker Ferrari said it was unconcerned about sales in Indonesia, the country worst hit by the Asian economic crisis, and was only completing it Asian distribution network.
ECONOMY-INDONESIA-IMF
RTR7Q22
August 30, 2000
Indonesia's new chief economics minister Rizal Ramli (L) greets the International Monetary Fund's representative...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
SENIOR IMF OFFICIALS MEET INDONESIA'S NEW CHIEF ECONOMICS MINISTER RIZAL RAMLI IN JAKARTA.
Indonesia's new chief economics minister Rizal Ramli (L) greets the International Monetary Fund's representative to Indonesia John Dodsworth (R) while IMF Asia-Pacific deputy director Anoop Singh (C) looks on in Jakarta August 30,2000. Ramli said on Wednesday he was unconcerned if the next disbursement of some $400 million from a multi-billion dollar IMF package was delayed.

EN/JD
ECONOMY-INDONESIA-IMF
RTR7Q1M
August 30, 2000
The International Monetary Fund's Asia-Pacific deputy director Anoop Singh (R) meets with Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
IMF OFFICIAL MEET INDONESIA'S NEW ECONOMICS MINISTER RIZAL RAMLI IN JAKARTA.
The International Monetary Fund's Asia-Pacific deputy director Anoop Singh (R) meets with Indonesia's new chief economics minister Rizal Ramli in Jakarta August 30,2000 to discuss his concerns that some conditions in the country's pact with the institution might not be applicable. Ramli said on Wednesday he was unconcerned if the next disbursement of some $400 million from a multi-billion dollar IMF package was delayed.

EN/JD
INDONESIA TEXMACO
RTRTH0D
December 19, 1999
Texmaco group head Marimutu Sinivasan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Jakarta December 17....
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
TEXMACO GROUP HEAD MARIMUTU SINIVASAN IN JAKARTA.
Texmaco group head Marimutu Sinivasan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Jakarta December 17. Sinivasan says he is unconcerned by Indonesia's official probe into $1.3 billion in controversial loans to his group and is convinced he will be acquitted if brought to court. Sinivasan has had a busy three weeks since Indonesia's latest banking controversy erupted over loans issued in 1997 and 1998 to his textile and engineering group by state-owned Bank Negara Indonesia. Picture taken December 17.

PRI/TAN
RTRH62F
September 11, 1998
FILE PHOTO 7SEPT95 - Antoin Lahd, the head of Israel's South Lebanon Army militia, speaks to Reuters...
Lebanon
THE HEAD OF ISRAEL'S SOUTH LEBANON ARMY MILITIA SPEAKS TO REUTERS.
FILE PHOTO 7SEPT95 - Antoin Lahd, the head of Israel's South Lebanon Army militia, speaks to Reuters at his Marjayoun office in the Israeli self declared occupation zone in south Lebanon. Lahd said in an interview with Reuters last week, that he is unconcerned by a death sentence passed by Lebanon's government because he can leave on a passport provided by Israel.

JS/SB
BANGLADESH
RTXIGMT
March 23, 1998
Friends watch a Bangladeshi boy blow up a used condom like a balloon in Dhaka March 23. Such scenes are...
Friends watch a Bangladeshi boy blow up a used condom like a balloon in Dhaka March 23. Such scenes .....
Friends watch a Bangladeshi boy blow up a used condom like a balloon in Dhaka March 23. Such scenes are not rare, particularly in rural Bangladesh, but authorities seem unconcerned about the health hazards such practices pose. Family Planning officials say nearly 70 percent of Bangladeshi adult males now use condoms.
RTRCFA0
March 23, 1998
Friends watch a Bangladeshi boy blow up a used condom like a balloon in Dhaka March 23. Such scenes are...
Bangladesh
A BOY BLOWS UP A CONDOM LIKE A BALLON IN BANGLADESH
Friends watch a Bangladeshi boy blow up a used condom like a balloon in Dhaka March 23. Such scenes are not rare, particularly in rural Bangladesh, but authorities seem unconcerned about the health hazards such practices pose. Family Planning officials say nearly 70 percent of Bangladeshi adult males now use condoms.

BANGLADESH
RTR5ML1
July 23, 1997
Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa laughs as an elderly man looks on during a visit to an elderly persons'...
Hong Kong
HONG KONG CHIEF EXECUTIVE TUNG CHEE HWA LAUGHS AT A WELFARE CENTRE
Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa laughs as an elderly man looks on during a visit to an elderly persons' centre July 23, apparently unconcerned by a landmark challenge to the legitimacy of the post-colonial legal system. Tung is grappling with a host of problems less than a month into Chinese rule, including opposition to his rollback of civil liberties, his plan to deport illegal immigrant children and the freezing of labour rights.

HONGKONG TUNG
RTR5MKJ
July 23, 1997
Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa plays table tennis during a visit to a youth centre July 23, apparently...
Hong Kong
HONG KONG LEADER TUNG CHEE HWA PLAYS TABLE TENNIS
Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa plays table tennis during a visit to a youth centre July 23, apparently unconcerned by a landmark challenge to the legitimacy of the post-colonial legal system. Tung is grappling with a host of problems less than a month into Chinese rule, including opposition to his rollback of civil liberties, his plan to deport illegal immigrant children and the freezing of labour rights.

HONGKONG TUNG
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