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  •  - People watch as the car of the regional Governor Mikhail Yevdokimov is retrieved by a crane in the A

    People watch as the car of the regional Governor Mikhail Yevdokimov is retrieved by a crane in the A

    Posted: 2/10/2006 7:03:02 AM EST
    People watch as the car of the regional Governor Mikhail Yevdokimov is retrieved by a crane after his deadly accident in the Altai region, some 200 km (124.2 miles) from the regional capital Barnaul, in this August 7, 2005 photo. Siberian railway worker Oleg Shcherbinsky jailed for a car crash that killed a senior official is turning into a people's hero for working class Russians who feel the chauffer-driven elite is riding roughshod over them. Shcherbinsky was sentenced last week to four year
  •  - Middlesex District Attorney Coakley gestures during a news conference n Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Middlesex District Attorney Coakley gestures during a news conference n Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Posted: 2/9/2006 11:52:03 AM EST
    Middlesex District Attorney Martha Coakley (L) gestures as Detective Lieutenant James Connolly of the Massachusetts State Police looks on at a news conference held to announce that Neil Entwistle was arrested in England and charged with the murders of his wife Rachel and 9-month-old daughter Lillian Rose, in Cambridge, Massachusetts February 9, 2006. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
  •  - Trial of accused serial killer Robert Pickton starts in New Westminster

    Trial of accused serial killer Robert Pickton starts in New Westminster

    Posted: 1/30/2006 3:13:00 PM EST
    Accused serial killer Robert Pickton (R) is seen in an artist's illustration at 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 Pickton enters a new stage Monday when legal arguments delve into what evidence is admissible. VANCOUVER OUT REUTERS/Felicity Don
  •  - Photograghs and berets of eight Guatemalan U.N. peacekeepers killed in fighting in eastern Congo sit

    Photograghs and berets of eight Guatemalan U.N. peacekeepers killed in fighting in eastern Congo sit

    Posted: 1/26/2006 8:39:28 AM EST
    Photograghs and the berets of the eight Guatemalan U.N. peacekeepers killed in fighting in eastern Congo sit on a table during a memorial service in the capital Kinshasa, January 26, 2006. The U.N. special forces soldiers were killed on Monday in a battle with Ugandan rebels who are among scores of militia groups destabilising lawless eastern Democratic Republic of Congo ahead of elections due by June. REUTERS/David Lewis
  •  - To match feature GUATEMALA-VIGILANTES

    To match feature GUATEMALA-VIGILANTES

    Posted: 1/23/2006 6:31:50 PM EST
    ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY Guatemalan police officers work at the scene of a multiple execution of suspected gang members found shot to death in the trunk of a car in Guatemala City January 21, 2006. Images of violent executions, familiar during Guatemala's long civil war, have become part of the daily routine again, nine years after a peace accord ended the fighting. Photo taken January 21, 2006. To match feature GUATEMALA-VIGILANTES REUTERS/Stringer
  •  - File photo of Kenya's Vice President Moody Awori

    File photo of Kenya's Vice President Moody Awori

    Posted: 1/22/2006 7:52:48 AM EST
    Kenya's Vice President Moody Awori attends a constitution rally in Nairobi in this November 19, 2005 file photo. Kenyan anti-corruption body has said it wants to quiz Awori over the Anglo Leasing scam. The scam, in which government money was paid to a shadowy foreign company for services supposedly including forgery-proof passports and forensic laboratories, was worth some $200 million, local media say. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya/Files
  •  - File photo of Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arriving at military recr

    File photo of Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arriving at military recr

    Posted: 1/20/2006 11:51:52 AM EST
    Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center under police escort shortly after he was freed from a prison in Istanbul in this January 12, 2006 file photo. Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, must return to jail after Turkey's Supreme Court said on January 20, 2006 it had overturned a decision to release him. The Justice Ministry had appealed against the move to release Agca from prison last week after he had se
  •  - Filipino Muslim student holds anti-US placard during protest rally in southern Philippines

    Filipino Muslim student holds anti-US placard during protest rally in southern Philippines

    Posted: 1/15/2006 5:03:43 AM EST
    A Filipino Muslim student holds an anti-U.S. placard during a protest in Cotabato city, southern Philippines, opposing the month-long U.S. military exercises with Filipino troops in the troubled south January 15, 2006. About a hundred Filipino and U.S. army commandos are due to begin small unit counter-terrorism drills in a Muslim community near strongholds of the largest Islamic separatists rebel group in the country. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
  •  - File photo of Portugal's President Jorge Sampaio speaking on the phone in Azores

    File photo of Portugal's President Jorge Sampaio speaking on the phone in Azores

    Posted: 1/13/2006 2:01:12 PM EST
    Portugal's President Jorge Sampaio speaks on the phone in Azores in this July 1999 file photo. Phone records for scores of Portuguese politicians, including President Jorge Sampaio, were handed over to prosecutors in a high-profile child sex case, 24 Horas newspaper reported January 13, 2006. None of the people listed in the 24 Horas report were charged or named as suspects and it was not clear why the records were sought. Picture taken July 1999. REUTERS/Orlando Teixeira
  •  - Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves prison under police escort in Is

    Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves prison under police escort in Is

    Posted: 1/12/2006 9:41:14 AM EST
    Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves Kartal high security prison under police escort 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
  •  - Schumer questions Alito on third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings in Washington

    Schumer questions Alito on third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings in Washington

    Posted: 1/11/2006 6:27:45 PM EST
    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) questions Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito on Capitol Hill in Washington January 11, 2006. Alito faced more aggressive questioning at his Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday from Democrats who accused him of evasive answers and challenged his commitment to keep an "open mind" on abortion. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
  •  - Iraqi police officers lie on ground during mock bombing demonstration at Police Day anniversary cele

    Iraqi police officers lie on ground during mock bombing demonstration at Police Day anniversary cele

    Posted: 1/9/2006 6:11:14 AM EST
    Iraqi police officers lie on the ground during a mock bombing demonstration at the Police Day anniversary celebrations in Basra, 550km (342 miles) south of Baghdad, January 9, 2006. REUTERS/Atef Hassan
  •  - File photo of Syrian President al-Assad addressing the ruling Baath party's 10th congress in Damascu

    File photo of Syrian President al-Assad addressing the ruling Baath party's 10th congress in Damascu

    Posted: 1/7/2006 5:39:38 AM EST
    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad addresses the ruling Baath party's 10th congress in Damascus in this June 6, 2005 file photo. Syria has rejected a U.N. request to meet al-Assad as part of an inquiry into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri last year, diplomatic sources said on January 7, 2006. Picture taken June 6, 2005. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri/Files
  •  - Media wait outside a courthouse in Miami

    Media wait outside a courthouse in Miami

    Posted: 1/5/2006 6:58:37 PM EST
    The media wait outside a courthouse in Miami January 5, 2006. The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way on Wednesday for the Bush administration to transfer "enemy combatant" Jose Padilla from U.S. military custody to federal authorities in Florida to face criminal charges. The order reversed a ruling by a U.S. appeals court in Richmond, Virginia, that had rejected the Justice Department's request to approve Padilla's transfer while his appeal of his military detention remained pending before the S
  •  -  An Italian soldier serving with EUFOR stands guard at a village near the eastern town of Rogatica

    An Italian soldier serving with EUFOR stands guard at a village near the eastern town of Rogatica

    Posted: 1/5/2006 11:39:08 AM EST
    An Italian soldier serving with the European Union (EUFOR) peacekeeping force in Bosnia stands guard at a village near the eastern town of Rogatica where a wife of a Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect was killed in a shoot-out when EUFOR moved in to arrest her husband at their home on January 5, 2006. Suspect Dragomir Abazovic and the couple's 11-year-old son were also shot and injured in the morning raid. A police spokesman said EUFOR was acting on a warrant for Abazovic issued in 1999 by local au
  •  - Azhar Mahmood from Pakistan attends news conference in Athens

    Azhar Mahmood from Pakistan attends news conference in Athens

    Posted: 1/3/2006 9:39:35 AM EST
    Azhar Mahmood from Pakistan attends a news conference in Athens January 3, 2006. Mahmod along with 27 other compatriots said they were illegally taken from their homes and interrogated by Greek and British agents for several days. Their Greek lawyer Frangiskos Ragoussis said he has filed a suit against all agents alleged to have taken part in the operation. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
  •  - Broward County Sheriffs find a weapon while searching a car on Interstate I-95 in Florida

    Broward County Sheriffs find a weapon while searching a car on Interstate I-95 in Florida

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:29:30 PM EST
    Broward County Sheriffs officers find a weapon while searching a car carrying a strange package on Interstate I-95 in Boca Raton, Florida December 23, 2005. I-95 on the northbound side was shut down for several hours during the search. REUTERS/Marc Serota
  •  - Broward County Sheriffs officers search for weapons in car on Interstate I-95 in Florida

    Broward County Sheriffs officers search for weapons in car on Interstate I-95 in Florida

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:29:22 PM EST
    Broward County Sheriffs officers search for weapons in a car carrying a strange package on Interstate I-95 in Boca Raton, Florida December 23, 2005. The I-95 on the northbound side was shut down for several hours during the search. REUTERS/Marc Serota
  •  - File photo of a woman leaving the Qwest office building in Denver

    File photo of a woman leaving the Qwest office building in Denver

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:31:11 AM EST
    A woman leaves a Qwest office building in downtown Denver in this May 3, 2005 file photo. A former top executive of Qwest Communications International Inc on December 28, 2005 pleaded guilty to wire fraud, avoiding a five-week trial that had been set to start on Tuesday. Former Qwest executive vice president Marc Weisberg, 48, is among seven former Qwest executives charged criminally since 2003 as part of a three-year probe by federal prosecutors in Denver, which led to the indictment last week
  •  - File photo of Demjanjuk on his return to the US from an Israeli jail

    File photo of Demjanjuk on his return to the US from an Israeli jail

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:27:51 AM EST
    John Demjanjuk is pictured on his return to the U.S. from an Israeli jail in this 1993 file photo. A U.S. federal immigration judge on December 28, 2005 ordered the deportation of Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian immigrant and retired auto worker who is accused of working as a guard at Nazi camps during World War II. Chief U.S. Immigration Judge Michael Creppy ruled that Demjanjuk would not likely face prosecution if he were sent from the United States to Ukraine, Germany or Poland and ordered his removal


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