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USA-COURT/
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June 01, 2015
Philip Hoyle, who says he simply enjoys the rules of the U.S. Supreme Court that allow him to lie down...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Hoyle rests under an umbrella at Supreme Court building in Washington
Philip Hoyle, who says he simply enjoys the rules of the U.S. Supreme Court that allow him to lie down near their front steps and work on word games and puzzles, rests under an umbrella at Supreme Court building in Washington June 1, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
SPAIN-ANNIVERSARY/
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April 23, 2015
A man walks down the steps of the National Libray of Spain, as a crossword made out of macrame is seen...
Madrid, Spain
Man walks down the steps of the National Libray of Spain, as a crossword made out of macrame is seen...
A man walks down the steps of the National Libray of Spain, as a crossword made out of macrame is seen hanging on its fence, on World Book Day, in Madrid, April 23, 2015. World Book Day is annually celebrated on April 23, to pay tribute to books and authors, and to encourage reading. The date is the anniversary of the deaths of Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, British playwright and poet William Shakespeare and writer Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, who was born in Peru. The words in the puzzle read, "book" (vertical on L) and "comma". REUTERS/Andrea Comas
GERMANY/
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February 04, 2009
Sven Herschner makes puzzle portraits of U.S. President Barack Obama and German chancellor Angela Merkel...
Nuremberg, Germany
Herschner makes puzzle portraits of US President Obama and German chancellor Angela Merkel during the...
Sven Herschner makes puzzle portraits of U.S. President Barack Obama and German chancellor Angela Merkel during the press preview of the 60th International Toy Fair in Nuremberg February 4, 2009. More than 2,700 exhibitors from over 60 countries worldwide will present their new toy products from February 5 to February 10, 2009. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
MOBILE-NETWORKING/NOKIA
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October 24, 2007
The home page of Nokia's social networking site called Mosh is seen on a mobile phone in Stockholm in...
Stockholm, Sweden
To match feature MOBILE-NETWORKING/NOKIA
The home page of Nokia's social networking site called Mosh is seen on a mobile phone in Stockholm in this October 2, 2007 file photo. Mosh, a social networking site that is accessible from mobile phones, is the latest piece in the puzzle for Nokia as it tries to build an Internet stronghold to balance a maturing cellphone business. So far there have been no advertisements, just word-of-mouth promotion by guys like Virtanen, and already more than 6 million people have logged on to download pictures, video, music and computer programs written by other users. To match feature MOBILE-NETWORKING/NOKIA REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files (SWEDEN)
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRANTC
June 26, 2002
A picture released by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) June 27, 2002
shows a photo of a Palestinian...
Jerusalem
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
A picture released by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) June 27, 2002
shows a photo of a Palestinian baby dressed as a suicide bomber. The
IDF said they found the photo during a search in a house of a wanted
Palestinian man from Hebron. REUTERS/HO/Israel Defence Force

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