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  •  - IFPI Hong Kong Group CEO Ricky Fung speaks in Hong Kong

    IFPI Hong Kong Group CEO Ricky Fung speaks in Hong Kong

    Posted: 1/26/2006 7:00:24 AM EST
    Ricky Fung (C), CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Hong Kong Group, speaks to reporters during a news conference in Hong Kong January 26, 2006. IFPI Hong Kong Group was pleased with a Hong Kong court's decision for granting the necessary disclosure orders on Thursday which represents the first step of their effort in enforcing the digital rights of the record industry in the territory. Hong Kong has joined 17 countries in the world to fight against online pir
  •  - File photo of Lucia Pinochet Hiriart, daughter of former chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, leaving

    File photo of Lucia Pinochet Hiriart, daughter of former chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, leaving

    Posted: 1/25/2006 10:44:55 AM EST
    Lucia Pinochet Hiriart, daughter of former dictator Augusto Pinochet, leaves the Military Hospital in Santiago after visiting her father, in this December 20, 2004 file photo. The eldest daughter of former dictator Pinochet was detained at Washington's Dulles International Airport on January 25 after leaving Chile in defiance of tax evasion charges, Chilean officials said. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files
  •  - File photo of Lucia Pinochet, daughter of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet

    File photo of Lucia Pinochet, daughter of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet

    Posted: 1/25/2006 10:37:52 AM EST
    Lucia Pinochet, daughter of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, listens to her father's supporters during a meeting at the Pinochet Foundation in Santiago in this September 28, 1999 file photo. The eldest daughter of former dictator Pinochet was detained at Washington's Dulles International Airport on January 25 after leaving Chile in defiance of tax evasion charges, Chilean officials said. REUTERS/Stringer/Files
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 10:10:51 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 10:09:55 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 10:09:00 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 9:50:45 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 9:41:57 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Smith speaks at news conference in Brussels

    Posted: 1/25/2006 9:39:51 AM EST
    Microsoft Corp's General Counsel Brad Smith speaks at a news conference in Brussels January 25, 2006. Smith said on Wednesday the U.S. Firm was not closing the door to other compliance steps to meet antitrust requirements by offering the source code to its Windows software. REUTERS/Yves Herman
  •  - Death row inmate Kaldarov sits in his cell in a prison in Bishkek

    Death row inmate Kaldarov sits in his cell in a prison in Bishkek

    Posted: 1/25/2006 7:13:03 AM EST
    Kyrgyz death row inmate Soyuzbek Kaldarov, 27, sits in his cell in a prison in Bishkek January 25, 2006. Kaldarov, who was sentenced to death in 1999, is one of many death row inmates whose execution has been pending since a moratorium on the death penalty was invoked in Kyrgyzstan in 1998 while the decision on capital punishment is being postponed year after year. In the meantime the underground prison block in Bishkek designed for pre-execution short-term detention has consequently become over
  •  - Lawyers of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez wait for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Lawyers of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez wait for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Posted: 1/25/2006 5:09:55 AM EST
    Isabelle Coutant Peyre of France and and her collegue Francis Vuillemin (R), lawyers of Venezuelan national Ilich Ramirez Sanchez (also known as "Carlos the Jackal"), wait for the start of a hearing in the case of her client at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg January 25, 2006. Ramirez Sanchez, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of three police officers in 1975, complained that his prolonged solitary confinement from 15 August 1994 to 17 October 2002 violated Article 3
  •  - Lawyer of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez waits for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Lawyer of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez waits for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Posted: 1/25/2006 5:05:54 AM EST
    Isabelle Coutant Peyre of France, lawyer of Venezuelan national Ilich Ramirez Sanchez (also known as "Carlos the Jackal"), waits for the start of a hearing in the case of her client at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg January 25, 2006. Ramirez Sanchez, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of three police officers in 1975, complained that his prolonged solitary confinement from 15 August 1994 to 17 October 2002 violated Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman and degrading trea
  •  - Lawyer of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez waits for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Lawyer of Ilich Ramirez Sanchez waits for start of hearing at European Court of Human Rights in Stra

    Posted: 1/25/2006 5:04:54 AM EST
    Isabelle Coutant Peyre of France, lawyer of Venezuelan national Ilich Ramirez Sanchez (also known as "Carlos the Jackal"), waits for the start of a hearing in the case of her client at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg January 25, 2006. Ramirez Sanchez, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of three police officers in 1975, complained that his prolonged solitary confinement from 15 August 1994 to 17 October 2002 violated Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman and degrading trea
  •  - Mexican police investigators stand near a body of a member of a special forces killed in Mexico City

    Mexican police investigators stand near a body of a member of a special forces killed in Mexico City

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:53:34 PM EST
    ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Mexican police investigators stand near the body of a member of a special forces group of the Mexican Army in Mexico City January 24, 2006. Two soldiers were killed in a crash during a high-speed chase of drugs suspects, according to local media and the police. It was not immediately clear whether the suspects were captured. REUTERS/Stringer
  •  - A Mexican soldier tries recover the body of a member of a special forces group of the Mexican Army i

    A Mexican soldier tries recover the body of a member of a special forces group of the Mexican Army i

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:53:28 PM EST
    ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY A Mexican soldier tries recover the body of a member of a special forces group of the Mexican Army in Mexico City January 24, 2006. Two soldiers were killed in a crash during a high-speed chase of drugs suspects, according to local media and the police. It was not immediately clear whether the suspects were captured. REUTERS/Stringer
  •  - Indian U.N. peacekeeper stands guard on road in eastern Congo's North Kivu province

    Indian U.N. peacekeeper stands guard on road in eastern Congo's North Kivu province

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:49:36 PM EST
    An Indian U.N. peacekeeper (R) stands guard on a road next to a Congolese policeman and an army truck in eastern Congo's North Kivu province January 21, 2006. Sending in special forces and helicopter gunships to battle marauding rebels, U.N. troops in the Congo are pushing the limits of their peacekeeping mandate and taking casualties in the process. The deaths of eight Guatemalan peacekeepers in combat on Monday highlight the U.N.'s determination to take the offensive in Democratic Republic of
  •  - Afghan President Karzai arrives for ceremony in Kabul

    Afghan President Karzai arrives for ceremony in Kabul

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:33:22 PM EST
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai (C) puts on his coat as he arrives for a ceremony of laying the foundation, the Centre of the Islamic Education of Afghanistan, in Kabul January 24, 2006. Drug money is being used to finance suicide bombers in Afghanistan and the country has to eliminate drugs or face ruin, Karzai said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
  •  - Turkish gendarmes escort defendants into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Turkish gendarmes escort defendants into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:28:02 PM EST
    Turkish gendarmes escort defendants 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
  •  - Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:27:15 PM EST
    Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul January 24, 2006. Turkey's highest profile trial resumed on Tuesday for the Islamist militants, linked in connection with four Al-Qaeda bombings in Istanbul in November 2003. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
  •  - Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul

    Posted: 1/24/2006 9:27:06 PM EST
    Defendant Yusuf Polat is escorted by Turkish gendarmes into a criminal court in Istanbul January 24, 2006. Turkey's highest profile trial resumed on Tuesday for the Islamist militants, linked in connection with four Al-Qaeda bombings in Istanbul in November 2003. REUTERS/Ahmet Ada