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  •  - Home where Entwistle and her nine-month-old baby Lillian were shot and killed is seen in Hopkinton

    Home where Entwistle and her nine-month-old baby Lillian were shot and killed is seen in Hopkinton

    Posted: 2/9/2006 12:33:02 PM EST
    The home where Rachel Souza Entwistle and her nine-month-old baby Lillian Rose were shot and killed is seen in Hopkinton, Massachusetts February 8, 2006. Neil Entwistle of Britain was arrested by British police on Thursday and charged with the murders of his wife Rachel and daughter Lillian Rose, Massachusetts authorities said. Picture taken February 8, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
  •  - Middlesex District Attorney Coakley speaks at news conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Middlesex District Attorney Coakley speaks at news conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Posted: 2/9/2006 12:12:02 PM EST
    Middlesex District Attorney Martha Coakley speaks at a news conference held to announce that Neil Entwistle was arrested in England and charged with the murders of his wife Rachel and nine-month-old daughter Lillian Rose, in Cambridge, Massachusetts February 9, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
  •  - Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald walks to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in

    Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald walks to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in

    Posted: 2/3/2006 10:11:54 AM EST
    Surrounded by the press, Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, the prosecutor in the criminal case against Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby, walks to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in Washington February 3, 2006. A status conference is being held Friday in the federal case against Libby, who was indicted last October on charges of obstruction of justice, making a false statement and perjury in the CIA leak case. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Williams performs a blessing on a memorial outside BC Supreme Court in New Westminster

    Williams performs a blessing on a memorial outside BC Supreme Court in New Westminster

    Posted: 1/30/2006 3:09:02 PM EST
    Bernie Williams (L) performs a smudging ceremony or blessing on a memorial held by friends of victims of accused serial killer Robert Pickton outside BC Supreme Court in New Westminster, British Columbia January 30, 2006. Four years after his arrest and the subsequent laying of 27 charges of first-degree murder, the case against accused serial killer Robert Pickton enters a new stage Monday when legal arguments delve into what evidence is admissible. REUTERS/Lyle Stafford
  •  - Defendant Harun Ilhan is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Defendant Harun Ilhan is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:23:33 PM EST
    Defendant Harun Ilhan (C) is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul January 24, 2006. Turkey's highest profile trial resumed on Tuesday for suspected Islamist militants charged with links to al Qaeda-linked suicide bombings that killed dozens of people and injured hundreds in Istanbul in 2003. REUTERS/Ahmet Ada
  •  - Defendant Baki Yigit makes a gesture meaning 'God is One' as he is escorted by Turkish gendarmes int

    Defendant Baki Yigit makes a gesture meaning 'God is One' as he is escorted by Turkish gendarmes int

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:23:04 PM EST
    Defendant Baki Yigit makes a gesture to mean 'God is One' as he is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul January 24, 2006. Turkey's highest profile trial resumed on Tuesday for suspected Islamist militants charged with links to al Qaeda-linked suicide bombings that killed dozens of people and injured hundreds in Istanbul in 2003. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
  •  - Omri Sharon, son of ailing Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, sits at Tel Aviv District court

    Omri Sharon, son of ailing Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, sits at Tel Aviv District court

    Posted: 1/23/2006 4:29:48 AM EST
    Omri Sharon, son of ailing Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, sits at Tel Aviv District court January 23, 2006. The Tel Aviv District Court on Monday will begin deliberating on the sentence of former lawmaker Omri Sharon, convicted of finance violations during his father's 1999 primaries campaign. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen
  •  - Filipino protesters burn anti-US placard during protest outside US embassy in Manila

    Filipino protesters burn anti-US placard during protest outside US embassy in Manila

    Posted: 1/23/2006 1:21:49 AM EST
    Filipino protesters burn an anti-U.S. placard during a protest outside the U.S. embassy in Manila January 23, 2006. The protesters demanded the arrest and detention of four U.S. Marines charged with raping a 22-year-old woman in a van at a former U.S. navy base in Subic Bay, northwest of the capital. The protesters were angered when the U.S. Government refused to hand over custody of the four U.S. Marines, who are to go on trial in north Manila, to the Philippines. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
  •  - Immigrants perform a representation of the Melilla border fence crossing from Morocco at refugee cam

    Immigrants perform a representation of the Melilla border fence crossing from Morocco at refugee cam

    Posted: 1/21/2006 2:45:48 PM EST
    Immigrants re-enact their attempts to cross the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla in their refugee camp in Bamako, Mali coinciding with the city's hosting of the sixth annual World Social Forum, January 21, 2006. Hundreds of immigrants were returned to Mali after being arrested by Moroccan police when they were trying to get over the fence in October and November 2005. REUTERS/Juan Medina
  •  - Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes and police o

    Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes and police o

    Posted: 1/12/2006 5:34:11 AM EST
    Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes and police officers after he was freed from Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
  •  - Lloyd Joseph leaves Federal Court in Brooklyn

    Lloyd Joseph leaves Federal Court in Brooklyn

    Posted: 1/9/2006 5:17:11 PM EST
    Lloyd Joseph (R) and attorney Sandford Rubenstein leave Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York January 9, 2006. Joseph, who was injured in the Staten Island ferry crash which killed 11 people, attended the sentencing in the case. Assistant Captain Richard Smith passed out at the helm of the ferry before it crashed in 2003, and was sentenced to 18 months in prison on manslaughter charges stemming from the accident. REUTERS/Chip East
  •  - A combination of pictures shows paintings stolen from a museum in the Serb city of Novi Sad

    A combination of pictures shows paintings stolen from a museum in the Serb city of Novi Sad

    Posted: 1/9/2006 9:31:20 AM EST
    A combination of pictures shows (clockwise from top left) an anonymous painting of the 'Head of Christ', Rubens' 'The Death of Seneca', Rembrandt's 'Bust of an old man in a fur cap', and Pier Francesco Mola's 'Landscape with Fisherman', January 9, 2006.The paintings, worth several million euros, were stolen from a museum in the Serb city of Novi Sad on Sunday, January 8, 2006 by two masked gunmen. REUTERS/Novi Sad's Museum/Handout
  •  - Blindfolded insurgent sits near Iraqi soldiers in Al Gawiya village north of Baghdad

    Blindfolded insurgent sits near Iraqi soldiers in Al Gawiya village north of Baghdad

    Posted: 1/2/2006 8:24:05 AM EST
    A blindfolded insurgent (front) sits near Iraqi soldiers after he was arrested together with 14 others in Al Gawiya village, 180 km (112 miles) north of Baghdad January 2, 2006. REUTERS/Helmiy al-Azawi
  •  - Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Chrobog is seen in a file picture at the military section of t

    Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Chrobog is seen in a file picture at the military section of t

    Posted: 12/31/2005 10:11:33 AM EST
    Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Juergen Chrobog is seen in this August 20, 2003 file picture as he address the media following the release of the 14 Sahara tourists held hostage by Algerian militants for over five month at the military section of the Cologne-Bonn airport. The German government confirmed on Saturday, December 31, 2005, that Chrobog, his wife and three children had been released by Yemen tribesmen after being held captive since Wednesday, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinm
  •  - A member of the 'Eastside Crips' flashes gang symbols while arriving at the Bethel A.M.E. church in

    A member of the 'Eastside Crips' flashes gang symbols while arriving at the Bethel A.M.E. church in

    Posted: 12/30/2005 1:11:29 AM EST
    A member of the "Eastside Crips" flashes gang symbols while arriving at the Bethel A.M.E. church for the funeral of Stanley Tookie Williams in Los Angeles December 20, 2005. The 51-year-old Williams co-founded the Crips gang and was convicted for murder, but advocated against gang life after he was sent to prison. He was put to death by lethal injection December 13 after California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger refused to commute his sentence. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
  •  - Awad Hamed al-Bandar speaks in Baghdad

    Awad Hamed al-Bandar speaks in Baghdad

    Posted: 12/30/2005 12:42:08 AM EST
    Awad Hamed al-Bandar, the former head of Saddam Hussein's Revolutionary Court, speaks during the resumption of the trial December 21, 2005 in Baghdad. The trial of Saddam Hussein (bottom row, R) on charges of crimes against humanity on Wednesday heard some of the strongest evidence yet linking the former Iraqi president and his co-defendants to alleged torture. Saddam and seven co-defendants, including al-Bandar, are standing trial in connection with the killing of 148 people from the mainly Shi
  •  - Spanish police unload cocaine from a ship in Las Palmas

    Spanish police unload cocaine from a ship in Las Palmas

    Posted: 12/30/2005 12:04:28 AM EST
    Spanish police unload parcels containing cocaine from the 'Roque Nublo' ship in Las Palmas, one of Spain's Canary Islands, December 22, 2005. The ship, which came from Venezuela, was intercepted on its way to Spain with 4,243 kg of cocaine on board. REUTERS/Juan Medina
  •  - Former Afghan intelligence chief Sarwari drinks water during his trial in Kabul

    Former Afghan intelligence chief Sarwari drinks water during his trial in Kabul

    Posted: 12/29/2005 10:18:35 PM EST
    Assadullah Sarwari, a former Afghan intelligence chief, drinks water during his trial at a national security court in Kabul December 26, 2005. Sarwari went on trial in Afghanistan on Monday accused of war crimes and torture during communist rule in the 1980s, the first such trial to be held in the country after decades of war. REUTERS/Ahmad Masoodd
  •  - Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Chrobog is seen in a file picture at the military section of t

    Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Chrobog is seen in a file picture at the military section of t

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:33:54 AM EST
    Former German Deputy Foreign Minister Juergen Chrobog is seen in this August 20, 2003 file picture as he address the media following the release of the 14 Sahara tourists held hostage by Algerian militants for over five month at the military section of the Cologne-Bonn airport. Former junior foreign minister Juergen Chrobog and four family members are missing in Yemen, Germany's foreign ministry said on Wednesday in response to media reports they had been kidnapped. Picture taken August 20, 2003
  •  - Former Enron Chief Accounting Officer Richard Causey and wife Bitsy enter the Houston Federal Courth

    Former Enron Chief Accounting Officer Richard Causey and wife Bitsy enter the Houston Federal Courth

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:30:49 AM EST
    Former Enron Chief Accounting Officer Richard Causey and wife Bitsy enter the Houston Federal Courthouse on his way to pleading guilty to securities fraud in a plea bargain with prosecutors in Houston December 28, 2005. Causey's testimony is expected to the aid the government's case against Enron founder Ken Lay and former CEO Jeffery Skilling. REUTERS/Richard Carson