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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo people talking on the street in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citiz

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo people talking on the street in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citiz

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo people talking on the street in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer looking at the bus at the Presevo border crossing, 380 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum re

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer looking at the bus at the Presevo border crossing, 380 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum re

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer looking at the bus at the Presevo border crossing, 380 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo Senad Ajeti, Azra Ajeti's husband, shows a Polaroid photo of himself taken during his asylum in Germany, in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade,

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo Senad Ajeti, Azra Ajeti's husband, shows a Polaroid photo of himself taken during his asylum in Germany, in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade,

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo Senad Ajeti, Azra Ajeti's husband, shows a Polaroid photo of himself taken during his asylum in Germany, in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a woman with child passing by advertisement board in front of tourist agency in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 perc

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a woman with child passing by advertisement board in front of tourist agency in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 perc

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a woman with child passing by advertisement board in front of tourist agency in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man passing  by grafitti reads: "Bujanovac Serbia" in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum reques

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man passing by grafitti reads: "Bujanovac Serbia" in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum reques

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man passing by grafitti reads: "Bujanovac Serbia" in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer checks the identification of passengers as the car is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo border crossing,

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer checks the identification of passengers as the car is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo border crossing,

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:45 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer checks the identification of passengers as the car is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo border crossing, 380 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man pushing a bicycle laden with peppers in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man pushing a bicycle laden with peppers in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:44 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man pushing a bicycle laden with peppers in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer, left, checks the identification of passengers as the transit bus is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo bo

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer, left, checks the identification of passengers as the transit bus is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo bo

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:44 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a Serbian border police officer, left, checks the identification of passengers as the transit bus is crossing from Macedonia to the Serbia, at the Presevo border crossing, 380 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man selling turkeys on the green market in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming f

    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man selling turkeys on the green market in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming f

    Posted: 11/9/2012 4:23:44 AM EST
    In this Oct. 22, 2012 photo a man selling turkeys on the green market in the town of Bujanovac, 340 kms south of Belgrade, Serbia. While about 99 percent of the asylum requests coming from the citizens of the Balkan nations have been rejected as unfounded, the influx has burdened the system of some EU nations, where the numbers of asylum seekers have increased ten-fold since the travel visas were abolished for much of the region in 2009. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), speaks during a news conference in Mexico City, Tuesday, July 3, 2012. With 99 percent of

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), speaks during a news conference in Mexico City, Tuesday, July 3, 2012. With 99 percent of

    Posted: 7/4/2012 12:33:26 AM EST
    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), speaks during a news conference in Mexico City, Tuesday, July 3, 2012. With 99 percent of the vote tallied in the preliminary count, Lopez Obrador trails by just six percentage points behind the election's apparent victor, Enrique Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI. The narrower-than-expected margin is fueling suspicion among Lopez Obrador's followers about the fairness of the vote. Lopez Obrador said he would not accept the preliminary election results reported by the Federal Elections Institute and would wait until Wednesday, when the official results are to be announced, before deciding what he will do. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
  •  - Tribal people and farmers from Jharkhand take part in a prayer ritual believed to bring rain in Ranchi

    Tribal people and farmers from Jharkhand take part in a prayer ritual believed to bring rain in Ranchi

    Posted: 5/6/2012 8:20:58 AM EST
    Tribal people and farmers from the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand take part in a prayer ritual believed to bring rain, outside the Hindu Lord Shiva temple in Ranchi May 6, 2012. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast average rains in 2012. The annual rains are likely to be 99 percent of the long period average, helping India avoid drought for the third year in row. REUTERS/Rajesh Kumar (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas

    Posted: 3/21/2012 8:39:22 PM EST
    A view of the dry bed of the E.V. Spence Reservoir in Robert Lee, Texas October 28, 2011. After one of the hottest summers on record, the lake that is the lone water supply and main recreational draw in this tiny West Texas town is more than 99 percent empty. REUTERS/Calle Richmond
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    Posted: 2/14/2012 9:10:46 AM EST
    Alda Silva does the bookkeeping of her food store Monday, Feb. 13, 2012 in Lisbon. Small firms with fewer than fifty workers make up more than 99 percent of Portugal's businesses and they're collapsing at an alarming rate. The debt-crippled eurozone country is choking amid grinding austerity measures enacted in return for a 78 billion euro ($103 billion) bailout, a steep recession, an acute shortage of cash, and record unemployment. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:48:30 AM EST
    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:48:24 AM EST
    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:48:19 AM EST
    A statue of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman stands on the University of Rochester campus in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:44:30 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:44:12 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:33 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
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    To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK

    Posted: 12/24/2011 10:39:28 AM EST
    The Eastman Business Park is pictured in Rochester, New York, December 23, 2011. George Eastman is best known as the inventor of photographic film and founder of Eastman Kodak Co, but his century-old legacy of entrepreneurship now rides on the lesser-known Eastman Chemical Co. That was hardly the case in 1994, when Eastman Kodak spun off its chemicals business to help pay down debt. At that time, Kodak was still a colossus in photography whereas Eastman Chemical was a small player very much in its parent's shadow. But because of a sea change in digital technology and different approaches to business, Eastman Chemical's stock market value has since increased 71 percent to $5.5 billion today, while Kodak's has plummeted 99 percent to about $185 million. Picture taken December 23, 2011. To match Feature EASTMAN/KODAK REUTERS/Adam Fenster (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)