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  •  - 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
  •  - Visitors admire at the Saliera sculpture in Vienna

    Visitors admire at the Saliera sculpture in Vienna

    Posted: 1/31/2006 6:24:47 AM EST
    Visitors and journalists admire the gold-plated Saliera, dubbed the 'Mona Lisa of sculptures' by curators and worth about $57 million, at Vienna's museum of historic arts January 31, 2006. The famed Renaissance sculpture by Benvenuto Cellini stolen in spectacular fashion from the museum in 2003 was found in good condition in an Austrian wood last week. The Saliera can be seen for 20 days now, then it well be restored. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
  •  - 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
  •  - File picture of the Justices of the US Supreme Court gathering for a group picture in Washington

    File picture of the Justices of the US Supreme Court gathering for a group picture in Washington

    Posted: 1/17/2006 11:33:15 AM EST
    Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court gather for an official picture at the Supreme Court in Washington in this October 31, 2005 file picture. The Bush administration cannot stop doctors from helping terminally ill patients end their lives under the nation's only physician-assisted suicide law, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on January 17, 2006. (First Row L-R) Justice Antonin Scalia, Justice John Paul Stevens, Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, (Sec
  •  - A laboratory technician tests urine samples for doping at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analysis i

    A laboratory technician tests urine samples for doping at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analysis i

    Posted: 1/17/2006 11:29:15 AM EST
    A laboratory technician tests urine samples for doping at the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Analysis in Lausanne, January 17, 2006. A team of the laboratory, which forms part of the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the University of Lausanne and is one of thirty-three WADA-accredited laboratories for in- and out-of-competition testing, will be present to perfom blood transfusion tests at the upcoming XXth Olympic Winter Games in Turin. REUTERS/ARC-Jean-Bernard Sieber
  •  - US Appeals Judge Trump Barry testifies on behalf of Alito in Washington

    US Appeals Judge Trump Barry testifies on behalf of Alito in Washington

    Posted: 1/12/2006 5:37:11 PM EST
    U.S. Appeals Court Judge Maryanne Trump Barry testifies on behalf of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito during the fourth day of confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington January 12, 2006. Judge Trump Barry was one of a panel of judges, most of whom had known and served with Alito for many years, who endorsed his approval. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
  •  - US Supreme Court nominee Alito speaks on fourth day of his Senate confirmation hearings in Washingto

    US Supreme Court nominee Alito speaks on fourth day of his Senate confirmation hearings in Washingto

    Posted: 1/12/2006 10:20:12 AM EST
    U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito testifies on the fourth day of his Senate confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington January 12, 2006. U.S. Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter said on Thursday an overnight search of records found no mention of Alito in a controversial Ivy League alumni group. REUTERSKevin Lamarque
  •  - Iraqi Lokman Amin Mohammed gestures before his judgement in Munich

    Iraqi Lokman Amin Mohammed gestures before his judgement in Munich

    Posted: 1/12/2006 4:38:11 AM EST
    Iraqi Lokman Amin Mohammed gestures before his judgement in a Munich courtroom January 12, 2006. An Iraqi Kurd accused of mobilising fighters and cash for the Iraqi insurgency was convicted by a German court on Thursday on terrorism charges and sentenced to seven years in jail. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
  •  - Jews read in the Torah in a synagogue in Moscow

    Jews read in the Torah in a synagogue in Moscow

    Posted: 1/12/2006 4:19:12 AM EST
    Jews read in the Torah in a synagogue a day after an attack in Moscow, January 12, 2006. A young man wielding a knife attacked a synagogue in central Moscow on Wednesday, wounding eight people, the city's prosecutor said. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin
  •  - South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves after news conference in Seoul

    South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves after news conference in Seoul

    Posted: 1/12/2006 2:06:12 AM EST
    South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but hinted at a conspiracy to discredit him and said he was blinded by the zeal of advancing stem cell studies. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
  •  - Pope John Paul II talks with Turkish gunman Ahmet Ali Agca in a cell of Rome's Rebibbia prison  File

    Pope John Paul II talks with Turkish gunman Ahmet Ali Agca in a cell of Rome's Rebibbia prison File

    Posted: 1/11/2006 12:06:48 PM EST
    Pope John Paul II talks with Turkish gunman Ahmet Ali Agca in a cell of Rome's Rebibbia prison in this December 2, 1983 file photo. Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, will be released from his Turkish jail on Thursday, his lawyer said January 11, 2006, but the army will immediately claim him for missed military service.Agca spent 19 years in an Italian prison for the assassination bid, but was freed in 2000 after a pardon at the late Pope's behest. He was then extradited to Turkey
  •  - US Supreme Court nominee Alito and wife Martha attend Senate confirmation hearing in Washington

    US Supreme Court nominee Alito and wife Martha attend Senate confirmation hearing in Washington

    Posted: 1/9/2006 4:02:16 PM EST
    U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito (L) and his wife Martha attend his Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington January 9, 2006. The hearings promise to be bruising on U.S. President George W. Bush's nomination of Alito to the Supreme Court. Barring an unforeseen bombshell, the 55-year-old conservative was expected to be confirmed by the full Republican-led Senate later this month, and possibly move the nation's highest court to the right on social issues. REUTERS/Kevin
  •  - Iraqi soldier flashes V sign near blindfolded insurgent during raid in Al Gawiya village

    Iraqi soldier flashes V sign near blindfolded insurgent during raid in Al Gawiya village

    Posted: 1/2/2006 8:41:05 AM EST
    An Iraqi soldier flashes a "V" sign near a blindfolded insurgent during a raid in Al Gawiya village, 180 km (112 miles) north of Baghdad January 2, 2006. At least 15 insurgents were arrested in the raid. REUTERS/Helmiy al-Azawi
  •  - Travon Williams greets a well-wisher outside the Bethel A.M.E. church in Los Angeles

    Travon Williams greets a well-wisher outside the Bethel A.M.E. church in Los Angeles

    Posted: 12/30/2005 1:10:51 AM EST
    Travon Williams, son of Stanley Tookie Williams, greets a well-wisher outside the Bethel A.M.E. church following the funeral of 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
  •  - Canadian UN policewoman looks at sky during military ceremony in Port-au-Prince

    Canadian UN policewoman looks at sky during military ceremony in Port-au-Prince

    Posted: 12/30/2005 12:30:09 AM EST
    A Canadian U.N policewoman looks at the sky during a military ceremony for Mark Bourque in Port-au-Prince, Haiti December 21, 2005. Bourque, a Canadian policeman, was shot dead on Tuesday by Gunmen in a street in Port-au-Prince. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
  •  - Rapper Foxy Brown arrives at court

    Rapper Foxy Brown arrives at court

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:33:06 PM EST
    Rapper Foxy Brown arrives at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, December 23, 2005. Brown faces up to a year in prison if convicted on misdemeanor assault charges filed by two nail salon stylists. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky
  •  - Fireman sprays water on a burning US tank after it was hit by a roadside bomb in Baghdad

    Fireman sprays water on a burning US tank after it was hit by a roadside bomb in Baghdad

    Posted: 12/29/2005 10:46:55 PM EST
    A fireman sprays water on a burning U.S. tank after it was hit by a roadside bomb in Baghdad December 25, 2005. A U.S. Abrams tank was blasted by a roadside bomb in eastern Baghdad, eyewitnesses said. Reuters reporters saw the tank in flames. The U.S. military said it was aware of an incident with a tank but had no details on any casualties. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
  •  - To match feature BRAZIL-FAVELA

    To match feature BRAZIL-FAVELA

    Posted: 12/29/2005 10:30:48 PM EST
    Members of AfroReggae project play the tambor at Vigario Geral Slum in Rio de Janeiro December 8, 2005. The AfroReggae band sings of favela life to hip-hop, rap and reggae beats. Its 2002 album "Cara Nova" opened with the sound of a police helicopter and the crack of gunshots. AfroReggae are also shortlisted to open for the Rolling Stones at a free concert on Copacabana Beach in February. Picture taken on December 8. To match feature BRAZIL-FAVELA. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos
  •  - Relatives of Colombian soldier Ricardo Garcia cry over his coffin in Medellin

    Relatives of Colombian soldier Ricardo Garcia cry over his coffin in Medellin

    Posted: 12/29/2005 2:46:37 PM EST
    Relatives of Colombian soldier Ricardo Garcia cry over his coffin in Medellin, Colombia, December 29, 2005. Drug-running Marxist rebels killed Garcia and 28 other Colombian soldiers on a mission to destroy coca plants on December 27 in Vista Hermosa, Meta province, in the worst blow against the military for years as tensions rise ahead of the 2006 elections. REUTERS/Fredy Amariles
  •  - Protesters shout slogans during a rally near Chinese embassy in Seoul

    Protesters shout slogans during a rally near Chinese embassy in Seoul

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:24:17 AM EST
    Protesters shout slogans during a rally near the Chinese embassy in Seoul demanding the release of South Korean demonstrators, arrested during a protest opposing the sixth WTO Ministerial Conference in Hong Kong two weeks ago, December 29, 2005. About 1,000 protesters were arrested by Hong Kong Police during the protest. Eleven South Korean protesters as well as a Japanese, a mainland Chinese and a Taiwanese were released on bail at Hong Kong's Kwun Tong Law Court last Friday but are scheduled t


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