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  •  - Kenyan policeman looks at two of the Russian made Anti aircraft personnel said to have been confisca

    Kenyan policeman looks at two of the Russian made Anti aircraft personnel said to have been confisca

    Posted: 2/14/2006 11:27:39 AM EST
    Kenyan policeman looks at two of the Russian made Anti aircraft personnel, three AK 47 riffles and one Smith and Webly riffle said to have been confiscated from ten Somali national charged in court for piracy, are produced by police as evidence at a law court in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa February 14, 2006, during the hearing of the case. The ten suspected pirates of Somali origin captured by the U.S. Navy last month, still plead innocent. REUTERS Joseph Okanga
  •  - Kenyan Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi addresses the media at a news conference in Nairobi

    Kenyan Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi addresses the media at a news conference in Nairobi

    Posted: 2/14/2006 11:23:34 AM EST
    Kenyan Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi addresses the media, after his resignation, at a news conference in Nairobi February 14, 2006. Corruption-weary kenyans welcomed on Tuesday the resignation of two ministers accused of graft links, and wondered who else would join a growing list of political casualties from financial scandals rocking the nation. Monday night's departure of Education Minister George Saitoti and Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi was widely hailed as a sign--albeit belated-- of
  •  - Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building in Belgrade

    Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building in Belgrade

    Posted: 2/14/2006 7:59:38 AM EST
    Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building as court investigators reconstruct the 2003 murder of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic in Belgrade February 14, 2006. The reconstruction is attended by three of the 13 charged perpetrators of the murder, including the alleged mastermind Milorad Lukovic "Legija" and the alleged shooter Zvezdan Jovanovic. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
  •  - Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building in Belgrade

    Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building in Belgrade

    Posted: 2/14/2006 7:57:02 AM EST
    Heavily armed policemen stand in front of Serbian Government building as court investigators reconstruct the 2003 murder of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic in Belgrade February 14, 2006. The reconstruction is attended by three of the 13 charged perpetrators of the murder, including the alleged mastermind Milorad Lukovic "Legija" and the alleged shooter Zvezdan Jovanovic. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
  •  - Australian Michael Czugaj sits in a holding cell in a Denpasar court

    Australian Michael Czugaj sits in a holding cell in a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 1:56:34 AM EST
    Australian Michael Czugaj sits in a holding cell in a Denpasar court after he was given a life sentence for drug trafficking on the Indonesian resort island of Bali February `14, 2006. REUTERS/Bagus Othman
  •  - Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 1:34:04 AM EST
    CAPTION CLARIFICATION - ADDING DATE Australian Myuran Sukumaran (C) is escorted from a Denpasar court February 14, 2006 after he was sentenced to death for drug trafficking on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 1:33:04 AM EST
    CAPTION CLARIFICATION - ADDING DATE Australian Myuran Sukumaran (C) is escorted from a Denpasar court February 14, 2006 after he was sentenced to death for drug trafficking on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 1:19:34 AM EST
    Australian Myuran Sukumaran (C) is escorted from a Denpasar court after he was sentenced to death for drug trafficking on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Australian Myuran Sukumaran is escorted from a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 1:18:38 AM EST
    Australian Myuran Sukumaran (C) is escorted from a Denpasar court after he was sentenced to death for drug trafficking on the Indonesian resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Martin Eric Stephens waits in a holding cell at a Denpasar court

    Australian Martin Eric Stephens waits in a holding cell at a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 12:41:04 AM EST
    Australian Martin Eric Stephens waits in a holding cell at a Denpasar court on the Indonesian island of Bali February 14, 2006. Indonesian prosecutors are seeking life imprisonment for Stephens, who is accused of being a drug courier. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Michael Czugaj is led into a Denpasar court

    Australian Michael Czugaj is led into a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 12:34:07 AM EST
    Australian Michael Czugaj is led into a Denpasar court on the Indonesian island of Bali February 14, 2006. Czugaj was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for drug smuggling. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  •  - Australian Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran arrive at a holding cell at a Denpasar court

    Australian Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran arrive at a holding cell at a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 12:30:04 AM EST
    Australian Andrew Chan (L) and Myuran Sukumaran (R) arrive at a holding cell at a Denpasar court on the Indonesian island of Bali February 14, 2006. Chan was given the death sentence for drug trafficking while Sukumaran faces the same verdict REUTERS/Bagus Othman
  •  - Australian Andrew Chan arrives at a Denpasar court

    Australian Andrew Chan arrives at a Denpasar court

    Posted: 2/14/2006 12:21:04 AM EST
    Australian Andrew Chan (C) arrives at a Denpasar court on the Indonesian island of Bali February 14, 2006. Chan was given the death sentence for drug trafficking. REUTERS/Bagus Othman
  •  - Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas, Februar

    Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas, Februar

    Posted: 2/13/2006 1:44:34 PM EST
    Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas, February 13, 2006. Lay and former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling are on trial for conspiracy and fraud charges connected to the 2001 downfall of the energy giant. An ex-Enron executive testifying against his former bosses Jeff Skilling and Ken Lay, has sparred with defense lawyers insisting it was 'wrong' for the company to jack up reported earnings to match Wall Street estimates. REUTERS/Richard Carson
  •  - Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas

    Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas

    Posted: 2/13/2006 1:43:34 PM EST
    Enron founder Ken Lay and wife Linda leave federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas, February 13, 2006. Lay and former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling are on trial for conspiracy and fraud charges connected to the 2001 downfall of the energy giant. An ex-Enron executive testifying against his former bosses Jeff Skilling and Ken Lay, has sparred with defense lawyers insisting it was 'wrong' for the company to jack up reported earnings to match Wall Street estimates. REUTERS/Richard Carson
  •  - Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling leaves federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas

    Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling leaves federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas

    Posted: 2/13/2006 1:42:34 PM EST
    Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling leaves federal court for lunch recess in Houston, Texas, February 13, 2006. Skilling and Enron founder Ken Lay are on trial for conspiracy and fraud charges connected to the 2001 downfall of the energy giant. An ex-Enron executive testifying against his former bosses Jeff Skilling and Ken Lay, has sparred with defense lawyers insisting it was 'wrong' for the company to jack up reported earnings to match Wall Street estimates. REUTERS/Richard Carson
  •  - A video grab shows masked men surrounding two German hostages held in Iraq

    A video grab shows masked men surrounding two German hostages held in Iraq

    Posted: 2/13/2006 1:27:34 PM EST
    A video grab taken February 13, 2006 shows masked men surrounding what appears to be two German hostages held in Iraq, aired by Al Arabiya television. A militant group holding two German hostages in Iraq issued what they called their final ultimatum before killing the captives unless Berlin meets their demands, Al Arabiya television said on Monday. Al Arabiya aired part of a video that showed the two Germans sitting on the ground as three masked gunmen stood behind them and a fourth militant re
  •  - Brazilians march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang

    Brazilians march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang

    Posted: 2/13/2006 12:45:40 PM EST
    Some 200 people march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang, on the first anniversary of her assassination in the Brazilian jungle town of Anapu near where Stang was killed, February 12, 2006. Stang was murdered one year ago at a time when she was setting up a natural reserve in a valuable, hardwood-rich rainforest in the Brazilian Amazon. Picture taken February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos
  •  - Royal Marines from J company group, 42 Commando prepare for deployment to Afghanistan at Bickleigh B

    Royal Marines from J company group, 42 Commando prepare for deployment to Afghanistan at Bickleigh B

    Posted: 2/13/2006 12:21:43 PM EST
    Royal Marines from J company group, 42 Commando prepare for deployment to Afghanistan at Bickleigh Barracks, Plymouth, south-west England February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Stringer/UK
  •  - Brazilians march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang

    Brazilians march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang

    Posted: 2/13/2006 11:49:49 AM EST
    Some 200 people hold a march in memory of U.S. nun and Amazon forest defender Dorothy Stang, on the first anniversary of her assassination in the Brazilian jungle town of Anapu near where Stang was killed February 12, 2006. Stang was murdered one year ago at a time when she was setting up a natural reserve in a valuable, hardwood-rich rainforest in the Brazilian Amazon. Picture taken February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos