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USA-ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVX 
June 02, 2015 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams wears a pin with his middle name "Hardy" while greeting... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams wears a pin with his middle name "Hardy" while greeting... 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams wears a pin with his middle name "Hardy" while greeting supporters outside a voting station on primary election day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
USA-ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVU 
June 02, 2015 
Supporters of Philadelphia mayoral candidate Jim Kenney greet each other outside the Settlementt Music... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Supporters of Philadelphia mayoral candidate Jim Kenney greet each other outside the Settlementt Music... 
Supporters of Philadelphia mayoral candidate Jim Kenney greet each other outside the Settlementt Music School voting station during a special primary election in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
USA-ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVS 
June 02, 2015 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams poses for a group photograph with supporters outside a voting... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams poses for a group photograph with supporters outside a voting... 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams poses for a group photograph with supporters outside a voting station on primary election day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
USA-ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVR 
June 02, 2015 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams departs after greeting supporters outside a voting station... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams departs after greeting supporters outside a voting station... 
Philadelphia mayoral candidate Tony Williams departs after greeting supporters outside a voting station on primary election day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
USA/ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVQ 
June 02, 2015 
Marianne Sparta, sports a "I Voted Today" sticker after placing her ballot at the Weccacoe Playground... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Sparta, sports a "I Voted Today" sticker after placing her ballot at the Weccacoe Playground with her... 
Marianne Sparta, sports a "I Voted Today" sticker after placing her ballot at the Weccacoe Playground with her 2 year old grandson during Primary Special election in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
USA-ELECTION/BILLIONAIRES
RTR4YEVO 
June 02, 2015 
Supporters of two Philadelphia mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Tony Williams wait outside the Settlementt... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Supporters of two Philadelphia mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Tony Williams wait outside the Settlementt... 
Supporters of two Philadelphia mayoral candidates Jim Kenney and Tony Williams wait outside the Settlementt Music School voting station during a special primary election in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 19, 2015. Campaign finance watchdog groups fear heavy spending by ultra-rich Americans will warp the election - already expected to be the most money-soaked in history - and prop up candidates who don't represent the will of the majority. Photo taken May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Makela 
PAKISTAN-CRASH/
RTX1C7JG 
May 09, 2015 
Pakistani army soldiers carry a coffin warped in the Norwegian flag of a victim of a helicopter crashed... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Pakistani army soldiers carry a coffin warped in the Indonesian flag of a victim of a helicopter crashed... 
Pakistani army soldiers carry a coffin warped in the Norwegian flag of a victim of a helicopter crashed in Gilgit, after arriving at the Nur Khan air base in Islamabad May 9, 2015. Pakistan's military brought the bodies of two ambassadors and two ambassadors' wives to Islamabad on Saturday, a day after they were killed in a helicopter crash in northern mountains as they where inspecting a tourism project.The ambassadors of Norway and the Philippines and the wives of the Malaysian and Indonesian envoys were killed when the helicopter they were on crashed in the Gilgit region. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood
GERMANY-ECB/
RTR4M7KV 
January 20, 2015 
The famous euro sign landmark is photographed outside the former headquarters of the European Central... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The famous euro sign landmark is photographed outside the former headquarters of the European Central... 
The famous euro sign landmark is photographed outside the former headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, late evening January 20, 2015. The ECB governing council will meet on Thursday, January 22. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
MARKETS-STOCKS/USA
RTR4J799 
December 24, 2014 
The New York Stock Exchange is reflected in an ornamental ball on the last day of trading before Christmas... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The New York Stock Exchange is reflected in an ornamental ball on the last day of trading before Christmas... 
The New York Stock Exchange is reflected in an ornamental ball on the last day of trading before Christmas in the Manhattan borough of New York, December 24, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W62W 
June 28, 2014 
Orthodox priests pray for Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Orthodox priests pray for Gavrilo Princip in Bosansko Grahovo 
Orthodox priests pray for Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Bosansko Grahovo June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY RELIGION) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W62T 
June 28, 2014 
A woman sells pictures of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Woman sells pictures of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
A woman sells pictures of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Bosansko Grahovo June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W62O 
June 28, 2014 
Boys wave Serbian flags near a bust during the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Boys wave Serbian flags near bust during opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Princip, in... 
Boys wave Serbian flags near a bust during the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W62H 
June 28, 2014 
Boys wave Serbian flags during the opening ceremony of the restored birth house Gavrilo Princip, the... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Boys wave Serbian flags during opening ceremony of restored birth house Princip in Obljaj 
Boys wave Serbian flags during the opening ceremony of the restored birth house Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W62G 
June 28, 2014 
People attend at the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
People attend at opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Princip in Obljaj 
People attend at the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W629 
June 28, 2014 
People attend the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
People attend opening ceremony of restored birth house of Princip in Obljaj 
People attend the opening ceremony of the restored birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 28, 2014. Bosnian Serbs opened the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3RA 
June 27, 2014 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj... 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3R8 
June 27, 2014 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj... 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. The poster reads: "We are all Gavrilo". REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3QV 
June 27, 2014 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz... 
BOSANSKO GRAHOVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj... 
People put up a poster of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Bosansko Grahovo, next to Princip's birth village in Obljaj, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3Q5 
June 27, 2014 
A general view shows the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A general view shows the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
A general view shows the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3PR 
June 27, 2014 
An elderly couple looks at a bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
An elderly couple looks at a bust of Gavrilo Princip at the newly renovated birth house of Princip in... 
An elderly couple looks at a bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, at the newly renovated birth house of Princip in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3PM 
June 27, 2014 
The ruins of houses are pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
The ruins of houses are pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
The ruins of houses are pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3P7 
June 27, 2014 
The ruins of houses are reflected in a window in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
The ruins of houses are reflected in a window in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
The ruins of houses are reflected in a window in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3OY 
June 27, 2014 
A boy rides a bicycle in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A boy rides a bicycle in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
A boy rides a bicycle in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3OR 
June 27, 2014 
An elderly woman sits in front of her house in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
An elderly woman sits in front of her house in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
An elderly woman sits in front of her house in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3OD 
June 27, 2014 
A post-conflict rehabilitation sign is pictured as an elderly woman sits in front of her house in the... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A post-conflict rehabilitation sign is pictured as an elderly woman sits in front of her house in the... 
A post-conflict rehabilitation sign is pictured as an elderly woman sits in front of her house in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3O8 
June 27, 2014 
An elderly woman is pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
An elderly woman is pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
An elderly woman is pictured in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3NW 
June 27, 2014 
A woman prepares coffee in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A woman prepares coffee in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
A woman prepares coffee in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3NG 
June 27, 2014 
The newly renovated birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
The newly renovated birth house of Gavrilo Princip is pictured through the ruins in Obljaj 
The newly renovated birth house of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, is pictured through the ruins in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3N5 
June 27, 2014 
An elderly woman walks in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
An elderly woman walks in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj 
An elderly woman walks in the birth village of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3MN 
June 27, 2014 
A picture of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A picture of Gavrilo Princip is pictured in the newly renovated birth house of Princip in Obljaj 
A picture of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, is pictured in the newly renovated birth house of Princip in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3MB 
June 27, 2014 
The newly renovated birth house and a bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
The newly renovated birth house and a bust of Gavrilo Princip are pictured in Obljaj 
The newly renovated birth house and a bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, are pictured in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
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June 27, 2014 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A relative of Gavrilo Princip points to an engraved initials of Princip carved by Gavrilo himself in... 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, points to an engraved initials of Gavrilo Princip carved by Gavrilo himself in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3LN 
June 27, 2014 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A relative of Gavrilo Princip speaks in the newly renovated birth house of Princip in Obljaj 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, speaks in the newly renovated birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
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June 27, 2014 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A relative of Gavrilo Princip stands next to a bust of Princip in Obljaj 
Miljko Princip, 82, a relative of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, stands next to a bust of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the birth house of Gavrilo Princip in Obljaj on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
WW1-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W3JW 
June 27, 2014 
A bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914... 
OBLJAJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914... 
A bust of Gavrilo Princip, the 19-year-old Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and lit the fuse for World War One, is pictured at the newly renovated birth house of Princip in Obljaj June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs will open the house on Saturday in honour of Princip, on the centenary of the assassination. Different centenary commemorations of the event speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of Princip have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. Serbs see Princip as a heroic fighter for the freedom of all southern Slavs from centuries of imperial occupation over the Balkans while to others, he was a nationalist terrorist whose gunshot heralded four years of slaughter and suffering, as more than 10 million soldiers died and empires crumbled. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W2GF 
June 27, 2014 
A man takes pictures as he is reflected in poster with of Gavrilo Princip before a ceremony in East Sarajevo,... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A man takes pictures as he is reflected in poster with of Princip before ceremony in East Sarajevo 
A man takes pictures as he is reflected in poster with of Gavrilo Princip before a ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled a statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W2FV 
June 27, 2014 
Bosnian Serb folk dancers pose for photo in front of the unvieled statue of Gavrilo Princip after an... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Serb folk dancers pose for photo in front of the unvieled statue of Gavrilo Princip after an... 
Bosnian Serb folk dancers pose for photo in front of the unvieled statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled the statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W2F5 
June 27, 2014 
A statue of Gavrilo Princip is seen after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A statue of Gavrilo Princip is seen after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo 
A statue of Gavrilo Princip is seen after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled the statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W2F2 
June 27, 2014 
A poster with a portrait of Gavrilo Princip is seen before a ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014.... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A poster with a portrait of Gavrilo Princip is seen before a ceremony in East Sarajevo 
A poster with a portrait of Gavrilo Princip is seen before a ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled a statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W2AE 
June 27, 2014 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony... 
Bosnian Serbs lay flowers after the unvieling of a statue of Gavrilo Princip after an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled the statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
WWI-ANNIVERSARY/BOSNIA
RTR3W25Z 
June 27, 2014 
Jovan Mojsilovic, an actor, re-enacts Gavrilo Princip's assassination in front of a statue of Prinsip... 
EAST SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
An actor, re-enacts Princip's assassination in front of a statue of Prinsip after it was uncovered during... 
Jovan Mojsilovic, an actor, re-enacts Gavrilo Princip's assassination in front of a statue of Prinsip after it was uncovered during an opening ceremony in East Sarajevo, June 27, 2014. Bosnian Serbs unveiled the statue of assassin Princip, honouring the man who in 1914 shot dead the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which lit the fuse for World War One. Two concerts in two Bosnian cities will mark the 100th anniversary on Saturday of the Sarajevo assassination, in a divided country where the past still haunts the present. The separate events speak volumes to Bosnia a century on, where perceptions of the Bosnian Serb who gunned down Archduke Franz Ferdinand have been warped by time and politics, and wounds are still raw from the bloody demise of Yugoslavia. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
- Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8P 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President of Energy and Oil pipelines Alex Poubaix discusses the start of oil delivery operations... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President of Energy and Oil pipelines Poubaix discusses the start of oil delivery operations... 
TransCanada President of Energy and Oil pipelines Alex Poubaix discusses the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8O 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling (R) and president of Energy and Oil pipelines Alex Poubaix... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling speaks with President of Energy and Oil pipelines Poubaix in Calgary.... 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling (R) and president of Energy and Oil pipelines Alex Poubaix prepare to announce the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8M 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling, with a Keystone XL pin, prepares to announce the start of... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling, with a Keystone XL pin prepares to announce the start of oil delivery... 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling, with a Keystone XL pin, prepares to announce the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8L 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling (R) and president of energy and oil pipelines Alex Poubaix... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling and President of Energy and Oil pipelines Poubaix speak at news... 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling (R) and president of energy and oil pipelines Alex Poubaix announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8K 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling speaks in Calgary. 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8J 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling speaks in Calgary. 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8H 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling speaks in Calgary. 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
PIPELINE-TRANSCANADA/
RTX17Q8G 
January 22, 2014 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf... 
Calgary, Canada 
TransCanada President and CEO Girling speaks in Calgary. 
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the start of oil delivery operations on the Gulf Coast Project, the southern leg of the company's Keystone system in Calgary, Alberta, January 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp said on Wednesday it is shipping crude oil on the 700,000-barrel-per-day Gulf Coast pipeline, a $2.3 billion project expected to help eliminate a bottleneck that has warped the U.S. oil market for three years. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) 
USA/
RTX16TIQ 
December 24, 2013 
The New York Stock Exchange is pictured reflected in a Christmas ornament on a tree in front of the building... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The New York Stock Exchange is pictured reflected in a Christmas Ornament in a tree in New York 
The New York Stock Exchange is pictured reflected in a Christmas ornament on a tree in front of the building in New York, December 24, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN BOE/CARNEY
RTX16BG8 
December 09, 2013 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon... 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December 9, 2013. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the central bank was concerned about where Britain's housing market might head but it had tools to prevent the recovery from hitting "warp speed." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
BRITAIN BOE/CARNEY
RTX16BG6 
December 09, 2013 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon... 
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December 9, 2013. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the central bank was concerned about where Britain's housing market might head but it had tools to prevent the recovery from hitting "warp speed." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
BRITAIN BOE/CARNEY
RTX16BC4 
December 09, 2013 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December 9, 2013. Carney said the central bank was concerned about where Britain's housing market might head but it had tools to prevent the recovery from hitting "warp speed." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
BRITAIN BOE/CARNEY
RTX16BBY 
December 09, 2013 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks at the Economic Club of New York luncheon in New York, December 9, 2013. Carney said the central bank was concerned about where Britain's housing market might head but it had tools to prevent the recovery from hitting "warp speed." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
INDIA/
RTX15ERN 
November 15, 2013 
Shi'ite Muslims flagellate themselves during a Muharram procession to mark Ashura in the old quarters... 
Delhi, India 
Shi'ite Muslims flagellate themselves during a Muharram procession to mark Ashura in Delhi 
Shi'ite Muslims flagellate themselves during a Muharram procession to mark Ashura in the old quarters of Delhi November 15, 2013. Ashura, which falls on the 10th day of the Islamic month of Muharram, commemorates the death of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammad, who was killed in the seventh century battle of Kerbala. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION) 
LATVIA-EURO/
RTX14S9V 
October 29, 2013 
People stand in a street in Estonia near the border with Latvia in Valka, a town split between the two... 
VALGA, Estonia 
People stand in a street in Estonia near the border with Latvia in Valka, a town split between the two... 
People stand in a street in Estonia near the border with Latvia in Valka, a town split between the two countries October 25, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January 1 may encourage investment and lower borrowing costs. The country's entry into Europe's single currency is also symbolic. It heralds another step by a former Soviet republic, still heavily dependent on Russia for energy, into the West. But two months from Latvia's euro entry, locals are unimpressed. There are few shops, some so bare and non-descript they appear to be stuck in a Soviet-era time warp. Loyal to the Latvian maiden of their notes and coins, Latvians suspect the euro will raise prices - as they did up the road in Estonia. They fear the problems Latvia faces are intractable. Picture taken October 25, 2013. To match insight LATVIA-EURO/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
LATVIA-EURO/
RTX14S9Q 
October 29, 2013 
People chat near a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka October 25, 2013. Latvia's adoption of... 
VALKA, Latvia 
People chat near a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka 
People chat near a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka October 25, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January 1 may encourage investment and lower borrowing costs. The country's entry into Europe's single currency is also symbolic. It heralds another step by a former Soviet republic, still heavily dependent on Russia for energy, into the West. But two months from Latvia's euro entry, locals are unimpressed. There are few shops, some so bare and non-descript they appear to be stuck in a Soviet-era time warp. Loyal to the Latvian maiden of their notes and coins, Latvians suspect the euro will raise prices - as they did up the road in Estonia. They fear the problems Latvia faces are intractable. Picture taken October 25, 2013. To match insight LATVIA-EURO/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
LATVIA/
RTX14S9P 
October 29, 2013 
A combination photo shows different food products displayed with dual currency pricings in a central... 
Riga, Latvia 
A combination photo shows different food products displayed with dual currency pricings in a central... 
A combination photo shows different food products displayed with dual currency pricings in a central market in Riga October 22, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January 1 may encourage investment and lower borrowing costs. The country's entry into Europe's single currency is also symbolic. It heralds another step by a former Soviet republic, still heavily dependent on Russia for energy, into the West. But two months from Latvia's euro entry, locals are unimpressed. There are few shops, some so bare and non-descript they appear to be stuck in a Soviet-era time warp. Loyal to the Latvian maiden of their notes and coins, Latvians suspect the euro will raise prices - as they did up the road in Estonia. They fear the problems Latvia faces are intractable. Picture taken October 22, 2013. To match insight LATVIA-EURO/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD BUSINESS) 
LATVIA-EURO/
RTX14S9M 
October 29, 2013 
A man walks past a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka October 25, 2013. Latvia's adoption of... 
VALKA, Latvia 
A man walks past a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka 
A man walks past a border crossing point with Estonia in Valka October 25, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January 1 may encourage investment and lower borrowing costs. The country's entry into Europe's single currency is also symbolic. It heralds another step by a former Soviet republic, still heavily dependent on Russia for energy, into the West. But two months from Latvia's euro entry, locals are unimpressed. There are few shops, some so bare and non-descript they appear to be stuck in a Soviet-era time warp. Loyal to the Latvian maiden of their notes and coins, Latvians suspect the euro will raise prices - as they did up the road in Estonia. They fear the problems Latvia faces are intractable. Picture taken October 25, 2013. To match insight LATVIA-EURO/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
LATVIA-EURO/
RTX14S9L 
October 29, 2013 
A woman walks past a wall with graffiti in Valka October 26, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January... 
VALKA, Latvia 
A woman walks past a wall with graffiti in Valka 
A woman walks past a wall with graffiti in Valka October 26, 2013. Latvia's adoption of the euro on January 1 may encourage investment and lower borrowing costs. The country's entry into Europe's single currency is also symbolic. It heralds another step by a former Soviet republic, still heavily dependent on Russia for energy, into the West. But two months from Latvia's euro entry, locals are unimpressed. There are few shops, some so bare and non-descript they appear to be stuck in a Soviet-era time warp. Loyal to the Latvian maiden of their notes and coins, Latvians suspect the euro will raise prices - as they did up the road in Estonia. They fear the problems Latvia faces are intractable. Picture taken October 26, 2013. To match insight LATVIA-EURO/ REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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