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ZENDESK-M&A/HELLMAN&FRIEDMAN
RTS91OJQ 
June 27, 2022 
A page of Zendesk website is seen in this illustration taken June 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Illustration shows Zendesk web page 
A page of Zendesk website is seen in this illustration taken June 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-GRUSTNOGRAM
RTS6O1SZ 
March 30, 2022 
A web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' is seen on a smartphone in this illustration taken March... 
Russia 
Illustration shows a web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' 
A web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' is seen on a smartphone in this illustration taken March 30, 2022. REUTERS/REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER/Illustration 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-GRUSTNOGRAM
RTS6O1RC 
March 30, 2022 
A web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' is seen on a smartphone in this illustration taken March... 
Russia 
Illustration shows a web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' 
A web page of the social network 'Grustnogram' is seen on a smartphone in this illustration taken March 30, 2022. REUTERS/REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER/Illustration 
WETRANSFER-IPO/
RTS4OV77 
January 20, 2022 
WeTransfer web page is displayed in this illustration taken January 20, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Illustration shows WeTransfer web page 
WeTransfer web page is displayed in this illustration taken January 20, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration 
REFINITIV-M&A/LSE
RTX71TK1 
August 01, 2019 
The Refinitiv logo is seen on a web page of a computer screen at offices in London, Britain August 1,... 
London, United Kingdom 
The Refinitiv logo is seen on a web page of a computer screen at offices in London 
The Refinitiv logo is seen on a web page of a computer screen at offices in London, Britain August 1, 2019. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
NETSHOES-RESTRUCTURING/
RTS1YNWO 
August 24, 2018 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018.... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes/Illustration 
NETSHOES-RESTRUCTURING/
RTS1YNWN 
August 24, 2018 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018.... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes/Illustration 
NETSHOES-RESTRUCTURING/
RTS1YNWL 
August 24, 2018 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018.... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration 
The Netshoes web page is displayed on a mobile phone in this picture illustration taken August 17, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes/Illustration 
BRITAIN-YNAP/
RTS18STA 
June 27, 2017 
A web page for online clothing retailer Yoox Net-A-Porter is seen at their Tech Hub premises in White... 
London, United Kingdom 
A web page for online clothing retailer Yoox Net-A-Porter is seen at their Tech Hub premises in White... 
A web page for online clothing retailer Yoox Net-A-Porter is seen at their Tech Hub premises in White City in London, Britain June 27, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
AMAZON-COM-AUSTRALIA/
RTS131YH 
April 20, 2017 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office,... 
Sydney, Australia 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office,... 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office, Australia, April 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration Photo 
AMAZON-COM-AUSTRALIA/
RTS131YG 
April 20, 2017 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office,... 
Sydney, Australia 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office,... 
A web page featuring Amazon's Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration in a Sydney office, Australia, April 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration Photo 
BRITAIN-EU/REGISTRATION
RTSGIIV 
June 08, 2016 
A web page on a voting registration site is seen on a laptop computer for the forthcoming British EU... 
London, United Kingdom 
A web page on a voting registration site is seen on a laptop computer for the forthcoming British EU... 
A web page on a voting registration site is seen on a laptop computer for the forthcoming British EU referendum, in London, Britain, June 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
BRITAIN-EU/REGISTRATION
RTSGIIT 
June 08, 2016 
A web page on a voting registration site for the forthcoming British EU referendum is seen on a laptop... 
London, United Kingdom 
A web page on a voting registration site for the forthcoming British EU referendum is seen on a laptop... 
A web page on a voting registration site for the forthcoming British EU referendum is seen on a laptop computer and a smart phone in London, Britain, June 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
VIETNAM-POLITICS/INTERNET
RTX20J3G 
December 30, 2015 
An internet user browses through the Vietnamese government's new Facebook page in Hanoi December 30,... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
An internet user browses through the Vietnamese government's new Facebook page in Hanoi 
An internet user browses through the Vietnamese government's new Facebook page in Hanoi December 30, 2015. Vietnam sought to discourage its internet-savvy public on Wednesday from reading Web postings that disparaged its Communist Party, warning of an increase in "toxic" activity just weeks away from its scheduled leadership shakeup. 
TALKTALK-CYBERATTACK/
RTX1TBD8 
October 26, 2015 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London, Britain, October... 
London, United Kingdom 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London, Britain, October 26, 2015. British broadband provider TalkTalk said on Sunday it had hired defence company BAE Systems to investigate a cyber attack that may have led to the theft of personal data from its more than 4 million customers. TalkTalk said on Friday it had received a ransom demand from an unidentified party for the attack, which has led to calls for greater regulation of how companies and public bodies manage personal data. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth 
TALKTALK-CYBERATTACK/
RTX1TBD5 
October 26, 2015 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London, Britain, October... 
London, United Kingdom 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London 
A computer screen shows details of TalkTalk's login page on its web site in London, Britain, October 26, 2015. British broadband provider TalkTalk said on Sunday it had hired defence company BAE Systems to investigate a cyber attack that may have led to the theft of personal data from its more than 4 million customers. TalkTalk said on Friday it had received a ransom demand from an unidentified party for the attack, which has led to calls for greater regulation of how companies and public bodies manage personal data. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth 
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N1 
October 12, 2015 
Sister Rachel Denton's twitter page is shown on a computer at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,... 
Market Rasen, United Kingdom 
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton's twitter page is shown on a computer at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 10 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES 
HOTELS-FRANCE/AIRBNB
RTX1NNYQ 
August 09, 2015 
An illustration picture shows the Paris apartment offer by American actress Judith Freiha on the Airbnb... 
Paris, France 
An illustration picture shows the Paris apartment offer by American actress Judith Freiha on the Airbnb... 
An illustration picture shows the Paris apartment offer by American actress Judith Freiha on the Airbnb web page displayed on a smatphone in front of a general view of the Ile Saint-Louis on the Seine river in Paris, France, August 9, 2015. Nowhere in the world has more accommodation available on Airbnb than Paris. Now the home-sharing website that has transformed budget travel to the French capital is giving its super-deluxe hotels a fright too. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
ASHLEYMADISON-HACK/OTTAWA
RTX1L9H3 
July 21, 2015 
The homepage of the Ashley Madison website is displayed on an iPad, in this photo illustration taken... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Homepage of Ashley Madison website displayed on iPad, in photo illustration taken in Ottawa 
The homepage of the Ashley Madison website is displayed on an iPad, in this photo illustration taken in Ottawa, Canada July 21, 2015. Canada's prim capital is suddenly focused more on the state of people's affairs than the affairs of the state. One in five Ottawa residents allegedly subscribed to adulterers' website Ashley Madison, making one of the world's coldest capitals among the hottest for extra-marital hookups - and the most vulnerable to a breach of privacy after hackers targeted the site. REUTERS/Chris Wattie 
ASHLEYMADISON-CYBERSECURITY/
RTX1L9GJ 
July 21, 2015 
The homepage of the Ashley Madison website is displayed on an iPad, in this photo illustration taken... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Homepage of Ashley Madison website displayed on iPad, in photo illustration taken in Ottawa 
The homepage of the Ashley Madison website is displayed on an iPad, in this photo illustration taken in Ottawa, Canada July 21, 2015. Cheating spouses website AshleyMadison.com, facing hackers' threats to leak clients' nude photos and sexual fantasies, said it is heartened by some initial public response that sees the site as a victim. The website's Canadian parent, Avid Life Media, confirmed a breach of its systems that has put the real names, credit card information and other details of as many as 37 million customers at risk. Avid Life said it has since secured the sites and closed unauthorized access points. REUTERS/Chris Wattie 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYKL 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a man detained on suspicion of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a man detained on suspicion of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a man detained on suspicion of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State in Spain's North African enclave of Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, the ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYHL 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards stand guard outside a house during an operation to detain two men suspected of using... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards stand guard outside a house during an operation to detain two men suspected of using... 
Spanish civil guards stand guard outside a house during an operation to detain two men suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYFF 
February 24, 2015 
A Spanish civil guard holds his gun as women and children walk up a street during an operation to detain... 
Melilla, Spain 
A Spanish civil guard holds his gun as women and children walk up a street during an operation to detain... 
A Spanish civil guard holds his gun as women and children walk up a street during an operation to detain two men suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYE2 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYC3 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYBN 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QYBE 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QY9T 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SPAIN-ARRESTS
RTR4QY9B 
February 24, 2015 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Melilla, Spain 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent... 
Spanish civil guards lead a detained man suspected of using social media to recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, in Spain's North African enclave Melilla, February 24, 2015. Spanish police on Tuesday arrested four people suspected of using social media to brainwash and recruit people to violent groups like the Islamic State, the interior ministry said. Two of those were arrested in the Spanish North African enclave Melilla and ran web pages promoting the cause of various groups, especially Islamic State, translating material into Spanish, ministry said in a statement. "Both those arrested, who shared the strategy of the terrorist group DAESH (the Islamic State), recruited women who, after a process of indoctrination, ended up joining the terrorist group," it said. REUTERS/Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ZALANDO-IPO/
RTR48FYU 
October 01, 2014 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph,... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page in front of German stock market graph picture illustration... 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph, in this illustration taken in Sarajevo, September 9, 2014. Shares in Europe's biggest online fashion retailer Zalando started trading on the Frankfurt exchange on Wednesday, in one of Germany's biggest technology flotations in years. The Berlin-based company which began in 2008 by selling shoes in Germany, now ships 1,500 brands to customers in 15 countries. Picture taken September 9. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 
ZALANDO-IPO/
RTR48FYR 
October 01, 2014 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph,... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page in front of German stock market graph picture illustration... 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph, in this illustration taken in Sarajevo, September 9, 2014. Shares in Europe's biggest online fashion retailer Zalando started trading on the Frankfurt exchange on Wednesday, in one of Germany's biggest technology flotations in years. The Berlin-based company which began in 2008 by selling shoes in Germany, now ships 1,500 brands to customers in 15 countries. Picture taken September 9. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 
ZALANDO-IPO/
RTR48FYO 
October 01, 2014 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of a Zalando logo and graph in... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page in front of a Zalando logo and graph picture illustration... 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of a Zalando logo and graph in this illustration taken in Sarajevo, September 9, 2014. Shares in Europe's biggest online fashion retailer Zalando started trading on the Frankfurt exchange on Wednesday, in one of Germany's biggest technology flotations in years. The Berlin-based company which began in 2008 by selling shoes in Germany, now ships 1,500 brands to customers in 15 countries. Picture taken September 9. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 
ZALANDO-IPO/
RTR48FYK 
October 01, 2014 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph,... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page in front of German stock market graph picture illustration... 
A Samsung Galaxy S5 with an open Zalando web page is pictured in front of German stock market graph, in this illustration taken in Sarajevo, September 9, 2014. Shares in Europe's biggest online fashion retailer Zalando started trading on the Frankfurt exchange on Wednesday, in one of Germany's biggest technology flotations in years. The Berlin-based company which began in 2008 by selling shoes in Germany, now ships 1,500 brands to customers in 15 countries. Picture taken September 9. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 
VENEZUELA-CARTOONIST/
RTR46RZ3 
September 18, 2014 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas September 18, 2014. A Venezuelan cartoonist said she was fired from her newspaper for a caricature using late socialist leader Hugo Chavez's signature to satirize the state of healthcare. "I was informed of my sacking from El Universal over this caricature and my awkward attitude over graphic satire," veteran cartoonist Suprani said via Twitter late on Wednesday. There was no confirmation from the newspaper. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA-CARTOONIST/
RTR46RZ0 
September 18, 2014 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas 
A cartoon is seen in this photograph of the Twitter web page of cartoonist Rayma Suprani, in Caracas September 18, 2014. A Venezuelan cartoonist said she was fired from her newspaper for a caricature using late socialist leader Hugo Chavez's signature to satirize the state of healthcare. "I was informed of my sacking from El Universal over this caricature and my awkward attitude over graphic satire," veteran cartoonist Suprani said via Twitter late on Wednesday. There was no confirmation from the newspaper. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) 
THAILAND-ECONOMY/DEBT
RTR3WIUL 
June 30, 2014 
Loan shark website pages opened in a mobile phone internet browser are seen in this photo illustration... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Loan shark website pages opened in a mobile phone internet browser are seen in this photo illustration... 
Loan shark website pages opened in a mobile phone internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in Bangkok June 28, 2014. Thai households are among the most indebted in Asia, and the official figures understate the problem due to the large sums also owed to loan sharks - estimated at as much as $74 billion. When the army seized power on May 22 it justified the coup partly by the need to fix an economy driven to the brink of recession by seven months of political turmoil. But the growing debt problem leaves the central bank little scope to cut rates to support growth, while exports remain sluggish. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GOOGLE-EU/
RTR3RK9G 
May 30, 2014 
A Google search page is reflected in sunglasses in this photo illustration taken in Brussels May 30,... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A Google search page is reflected in sunglasses in this photo illustration taken in Brussels 
A Google search page is reflected in sunglasses in this photo illustration taken in Brussels May 30, 2014. Google has taken the first steps to meet a European ruling that citizens can have objectionable links removed from Internet search results, a ruling that pleased privacy campaigners but raised fears that the right can be abused to hide negative information. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
TURKEY/
RTR3HSC0 
March 19, 2014 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) MP Melda Onur (R) interviews National Movement... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party MP Onur interviews National Movement Party MP Vural... 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) MP Melda Onur (R) interviews National Movement Party (MHP) MP Oktay Vural as she films a debate with her personal tablet to broadcast it live from her web page, in Ankara March 19, 2014. Parliament convened in the capital Ankara for the hearing of a prosecutor report allegedly outlining the role of four former ministers in a corruption scandal that became public in December 2013. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY/
RTR3HS5E 
March 19, 2014 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) MP Melda Onur films a debate with her personal... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party MP Onur films a debate with her personal tablet to... 
Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) MP Melda Onur films a debate with her personal tablet to broadcast it live from her web page in Ankara March 19, 2014. Parliament convened in the capital Ankara for the hearing of a prosecutor report allegedly outlining the role of four former ministers in a corruption scandal that became public in December 2013. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/PROTEST
RTX18FGX 
February 08, 2014 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the Internet approved by Turkish parliament this week in Ankara February 8, 2014. The new powers, once approved by the president, will let authorities block web pages within hours, in what the opposition has said is part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal. The signs read "We won't become silent. Change the government not the DNS". REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/PROTEST
RTX18FGB 
February 08, 2014 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the Internet approved by Turkish parliament this week in Ankara February 8, 2014. The new powers, once approved by the president, will let authorities block web pages within hours, in what the opposition has said is part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal. The sign reads ''Stop censorship''. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/PROTEST
RTX18FFU 
February 08, 2014 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the... 
Protesters shout slogans, hold banners and wave flags as they demonstrate against new controls on the Internet approved by Turkish parliament this week in Ankara February 8, 2014. The new powers, once approved by the president, will let authorities block web pages within hours, in what the opposition has said is part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal. The signs read ''Stop censorship, we won't become silent, I want to be a free adult, bans are useless when uprising is in hearts''. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18AOX 
February 06, 2014 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament has... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suited to "times of coups". Social media and video sharing sites have been awash with alleged recordings of ministers including Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and business allies presented as proof of wrongdoing. Reuters has been unable to verify their authenticity. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18AOV 
February 06, 2014 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament has... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul 
People spend time surfing the internet in a cafe in Istanbul February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suited to "times of coups". Social media and video sharing sites have been awash with alleged recordings of ministers including Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and business allies presented as proof of wrongdoing. Reuters has been unable to verify their authenticity. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18ALJ 
February 06, 2014 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime... 
Ankara, Turkey 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party has a majority, has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suitable to "times of coups". Under a bill passed late on Wednesday, telecommunications authorities can block access to material within four hours without a prior court order, tightening restrictions imposed in a widely criticised law adopted by the EU candidate in 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CIVIL UNREST) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18ALH 
February 06, 2014 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime... 
Ankara, Turkey 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party has a majority, has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suitable to "times of coups". Under a bill passed late on Wednesday, telecommunications authorities can block access to material within four hours without a prior court order, tightening restrictions imposed in a widely criticised law adopted by the EU candidate in 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CIVIL UNREST) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18ALF 
February 06, 2014 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime... 
Ankara, Turkey 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara 
People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party has a majority, has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suitable to "times of coups". Under a bill passed late on Wednesday, telecommunications authorities can block access to material within four hours without a prior court order, tightening restrictions imposed in a widely criticised law adopted by the EU candidate in 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CIVIL UNREST) 
TURKEY-INTERNET/
RTX18A97 
February 06, 2014 
Protesters shout slogans against Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan during a demonstration in Ankara... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Protesters shout slogans against Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan during a demonstration in Ankara... 
Protesters shout slogans against Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan during a demonstration in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party has a majority, approved changes to a law regulating use of the Internet late on Wednesday, enabling authorities to block access to web pages for violations of privacy that critics say will limit freedom of speech. The move coincides with a graft inquiry, portrayed by Erdogan as a "judicial coup" plot, which has prompted the government to reassign thousands of police officers and more than 200 prosecutors and judges. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BAIDU-LOCATION/
RTX1808L 
January 29, 2014 
Wang Haifeng, Baidu's chief scientist, gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters at Baidu's... 
Beijing, China 
Wang Haifeng, Baidu's chief scientist, gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters at Baidu's... 
Wang Haifeng, Baidu's chief scientist, gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters at Baidu's headquarters in Beijing January 16, 2014. China's Baidu Inc knows where you are, where you're going and when you want dumplings, guiding you from web page to restaurant when you use its search engine. Now the biggest Chinese technology company traded in the United States needs to figure out how to make money when you use its mobile Internet services, a game it admits it came to late. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BAIDU-LOCATION/
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January 29, 2014 
People talk in front of a Baidu's company logo at Baidu's headquarters in Beijing January 16, 2014. China's... 
Beijing, China 
People talk in front of a Baidu's company logo at Baidu's headquarters in Beijing 
People talk in front of a Baidu's company logo at Baidu's headquarters in Beijing January 16, 2014. China's Baidu Inc knows where you are, where you're going and when you want dumplings, guiding you from web page to restaurant when you use its search engine. Now the biggest Chinese technology company traded in the United States needs to figure out how to make money when you use its mobile Internet services, a game it admits it came to late. Picture taken January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY LOGO) 
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RTX13Q2Q 
September 18, 2013 
Lawyer Yasser Latif Hamdani (C) speaks with colleagues at his office in Lahore September 18, 2013. Hamdani,... 
Lahore, Pakistan 
Lawyer Yasser Latif Hamdani speaks with colleagues at his office in Lahore 
Lawyer Yasser Latif Hamdani (C) speaks with colleagues at his office in Lahore September 18, 2013. Hamdani, who is suing the Pakistani government on behalf of internet freedom activists, said while some of the hundreds of web pages he had found blocked were pornographic, most were secular or sites belonging to religious minorities. Shadowy government officials are blocking thousands of pages deemed undesirable. But they are not fast enough. So the government is now testing Canadian software that can block millions of sites a second. The censorship helps shape the views of 180 million Pakistanis on militancy, democracy and religion. Online debates dissect attacks by U.S. drone aircraft, the uneasy alliance with the United States and prospects for peace with arch rival India. But activists say liberal voices are increasingly silenced while militants speak freely. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
CHINA-FOOD/
RTX12HS7 
August 11, 2013 
A web page of the Shunfeng First Choice website (sfbest.com) selling imported cherry is seen on a computer... 
Beijing, China 
Web page of the Shunfeng First Choice website selling imported cherry is seen on a computer screen in... 
A web page of the Shunfeng First Choice website (sfbest.com) selling imported cherry is seen on a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in Beijing August 8, 2013. Chinese consumers are responding to a powerful new marketing tactic that plays to a widespread fear of food contamination – the promise of safe groceries sold online. Pledging produce direct from the farm, vendors have found food is becoming one of the fastest-growing segments of Internet retailing as they cash in on scares from cadmium-tainted rice to recycled cooking oil. Shunfeng Express, China's largest delivery company, last year launched Shunfeng First Choice offering a range of food to around 500,000 consumers. About 70 percent are imported products such as wine and milk powder, but it also sells local seafood, meat, vegetables and fruits. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Barry Huang (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH) 
DAILYMOTION-VIVENDI/
RTXZ8W5 
May 03, 2013 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Paris, France 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in Paris, May 3, 2013. Entertainment group Vivendi has offered to buy France Telecom's Dailymotion, an online video-sharing service at the centre of a row over political interference in French companies, news website Wansquare reported on Friday. A consortium made up of Iliad founder Xavier Niel, Lazard banker Matthieu Pigasse and industrialist Pierre Berge has also made a bid, although at a much lower price than previously offered by U.S.-based web portal Yahoo the website said. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA POLITICS) 
DAILYMOTION-VIVENDI/
RTXZ8V6 
May 03, 2013 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Paris, France 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in Paris, May 3, 2013. Entertainment group Vivendi has offered to buy France Telecom's Dailymotion, an online video-sharing service at the centre of a row over political interference in French companies, news website Wansquare reported on Friday. A consortium made up of Iliad founder Xavier Niel, Lazard banker Matthieu Pigasse and industrialist Pierre Berge has also made a bid, although at a much lower price than previously offered by U.S.-based web portal Yahoo the website said.
REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA POLITICS) 
DAILYMOTION-VIVENDI/
RTXZ8V4 
May 03, 2013 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Paris, France 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in... 
Dailymotion website pages opened in an internet browser are seen in this photo illustration taken in Paris, May 3, 2013. Entertainment group Vivendi has offered to buy France Telecom's Dailymotion, an online video-sharing service at the centre of a row over political interference in French companies, news website Wansquare reported on Friday. A consortium made up of Iliad founder Xavier Niel, Lazard banker Matthieu Pigasse and industrialist Pierre Berge has also made a bid, although at a much lower price than previously offered by U.S.-based web portal Yahoo the website said.REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA POLITICS) 
USA-EXPLOSIONS/SUSPECT-SITE
RTXYS60 
April 19, 2013 
A photograph of Djohar Tsarnaev, who is believed to be Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
Photograph of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, suspect in Boston Marathon bombing, is seen on his page of Russian social... 
A photograph of Djohar Tsarnaev, who is believed to be Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, is seen on his page of Russian social networking site Vkontakte (VK), as pictured on a monitor in St. Petersburg April 19, 2013. Tsarnaev posted links to Islamic websites and others calling for Chechen independence on what appears to be his page on the site. Police launched a massive manhunt for Tsarnaev, 19, after killing his older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a shootout overnight. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3AYLA 
November 28, 2012 
"Protect your net" reads a Google campaign on the German web page of the world's largest internet search... 
Berlin, Germany 
A Google campaign on German web page of world's largest internet search provider is pictured on computer... 
"Protect your net" reads a Google campaign on the German web page of the world's largest internet search provider on a computer screen in Berlin November 28, 2012. Google and the German government are in dispute about a new proposed law, to be debated in the Bundestag lower house on Thursday, which would allow German online publishers to charge third-party aggregators like Google News for reproducing their news or other intellectual property. The German justice minister told one newspaper on Wednesday "there are other search engines than Google". REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
ODD-BOSNIA/CAMPAIGN
RTR38GFK 
September 26, 2012 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo, September 26, 2012. A Bosnian... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo, September 26, 2012. A Bosnian man who was banned from running in next month's local elections for using pornographic images on the Internet as part of his campaign says he will fight to be reinstated and get a chance to turn his town into "Hollywood". Hadziahmetovic, the self-proclaimed "innovator", had been running as an independent candidate for mayor of Zenica, the fourth-largest city in Bosnia with a predominantly Muslim population, in the Oct. 7 ballot. The election commission removed him from the race last week over pornographic material accessible on his campaign web page. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
ODD-BOSNIA/CAMPAIGN
RTR38GFI 
September 26, 2012 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo, September 26, 2012. A Bosnian... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo 
Mirad Hadziahmetovic, poses for a photo after an interview in Sarajevo, September 26, 2012. A Bosnian man who was banned from running in next month's local elections for using pornographic images on the Internet as part of his campaign says he will fight to be reinstated and get a chance to turn his town into "Hollywood". Hadziahmetovic, the self-proclaimed "innovator", had been running as an independent candidate for mayor of Zenica, the fourth-largest city in Bosnia with a predominantly Muslim population, in the Oct. 7 ballot. The election commission removed him from the race last week over pornographic material accessible on his campaign web page. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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