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  •  - Holocaust denier Zuendel Holocaust gestures before the restart of his trial in Mannheim

    Holocaust denier Zuendel Holocaust gestures before the restart of his trial in Mannheim

    Posted: 2/9/2006 6:02:31 AM EST
    Ernst Zuendel, a 65-year-old German deported from Canada earlier in 2005 for denying the Holocaust gestures before the restart of his trial in a courtroom in the south-western Germany city of Mannheim February 9, 2006. The trial had to be restarted after judge dismissed Zuendel's defence lawyer back in November. Zuendel, who had fought deportation from Canada, where he had lived since 1958, is facing charges on Tuesday for inciting radical hatred and denying the Nazis murdered six million Jews,
  •  - File photo of Actor Robert Blake arriving at the Los Angeles County Superior Courthouse in Burbank,

    File photo of Actor Robert Blake arriving at the Los Angeles County Superior Courthouse in Burbank,

    Posted: 2/4/2006 12:37:29 PM EST
    Actor Robert Blake arrives at the Los Angeles County Superior Courthouse in Burbank, California, in this November 4, 2005 file photo. Blake has filed for bankruptcy, according to local media reports, on February 4, 2006. REUTERS/Michael Tweed/Files
  •  - Puplic Order Minister Voulgarakis points at a mobile phone during a news conference in Athens

    Puplic Order Minister Voulgarakis points at a mobile phone during a news conference in Athens

    Posted: 2/2/2006 10:37:27 AM EST
    Greek Puplic Order Minister George Voulgarakis points at a mobile phone during a news conference in Athens February 2, 2006. The mobile phones of Greece's Prime Minister and several cabinet members were tapped by unknown perpetrators for about one year. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
  •  - Officials search for evidence at Robert William Pickton's farm in Port Coquitlam in this file photo

    Officials search for evidence at Robert William Pickton's farm in Port Coquitlam in this file photo

    Posted: 1/29/2006 5:43:56 PM EST
    Using earth excavation equipment, police search the farm of accused serial killer Robert William Pickton looking for evidence in this October 19, 2002 file photo. Four years after his arrest and the subsequent laying of 27 charges of first-degree murder, the case against accused serial killer Robert William Pickton enters a new stage when legal arguments delve into what evidence is admissible in a New Westminster court January 30, 2006. Photo taken October 19, 2002 REUTERS/Andy Clark/Files
  •  - Georgians queue for kerosene in Tbilisi

    Georgians queue for kerosene in Tbilisi

    Posted: 1/27/2006 5:20:52 AM EST
    Georgians queue for kerosene in Tbilisi, January 27, 2006. Most of Georgia was without electricity on Thursday when its power network went down, battering the tiny Caucasus mountains state already short of gas after its pipeline from Russia was blown up at the weekend. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
  •  - Roppongi Hills complex, where Internet firm Livedoor is housed, looms over pedestrians in Tokyo

    Roppongi Hills complex, where Internet firm Livedoor is housed, looms over pedestrians in Tokyo

    Posted: 1/23/2006 8:36:54 AM EST
    Roppongi Hills complex, where Internet firm Livedoor Co. is housed, looms over pedestrians in Tokyo January 23, 2006. Takafumi Horie, the brash young CEO of Livedoor who shook up corporate Japan with his bare-knuckled business tactics and flashy lifestyle, was arrested on Monday on suspicion of breaking security laws. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
  •  - File photo of Mehmet Ali Agca being guarded by three Carabineri during trial in Rome

    File photo of Mehmet Ali Agca being guarded by three Carabineri during trial in Rome

    Posted: 1/20/2006 11:45:49 AM EST
    Mehmet Ali Agca is guarded by three Carabineri during his trial for the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II in 1981 in Rome in this June 5, 1985 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 served more than 25 years behind bars in Italy and T
  •  - Guatemalans load their rafts headed for Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico from Tecun Uman, Guatemala

    Guatemalans load their rafts headed for Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico from Tecun Uman, Guatemala

    Posted: 1/17/2006 2:19:15 AM EST
    Guatemalans load their rafts headed for Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico from Tecun Uman, Guatemala January 12, 2006. Thousands of Central Americans illegally cross the 600-mile border between Guatemala and Mexico every day on a long and dangerous trek towards the U.S., part of a global mass movement driven by a steadily widening gap between rich and poor countries. A string of complaints about mistreatment of U.S.-bound Central Americans prompted Mexico?s National Human Rights Commission to launch an inv
  •  - New York City Police Department officer Wilton Sekzer poses for a picture in New York

    New York City Police Department officer Wilton Sekzer poses for a picture in New York

    Posted: 1/13/2006 12:34:23 PM EST
    New York City Police Department officer Wilton Sekzer poses for a picture in New York January 12, 2006. Sekzer is a participant in a documentary called "Why We Fight" about the military-industrial complex in the United States. The film, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005, is scheduled to be released January 20. REUTERS/Seth Wenig
  •  - 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 12:24:12 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 two prosecutors in a high-profile child sex case, 24 Horas newspaper reported on Friday. Picture taken July, 1999. REUTERS/Orlando Teixeira
  •  - Former CEO of Enron, Kenneth Lay, talks to his attorney Mike Ramsey while on their way to the Housto

    Former CEO of Enron, Kenneth Lay, talks to his attorney Mike Ramsey while on their way to the Housto

    Posted: 1/12/2006 4:59:17 PM EST
    Former CEO of Enron, Kenneth Lay (R), talks to his attorney Mike Ramsey while on their way to the Houston Federal Courthouse for a pre-trial hearing in Houston, January 12, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
  •  - Mehmet Ali Agca is escorted by police officers out of a military recruitment center in Istanbul

    Mehmet Ali Agca is escorted by police officers out of a military recruitment center in Istanbul

    Posted: 1/12/2006 11:53:16 AM EST
    Mehmet Ali Agca (with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by police officers out of a military recruitment center shortly after he was freed from the Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca's lawyers says the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Stringer
  •  - Ranking Democratic party Senator Leahy listens during senate confirmation hearings for Alito in Wash

    Ranking Democratic party Senator Leahy listens during senate confirmation hearings for Alito in Wash

    Posted: 1/11/2006 5:29:44 PM EST
    Ranking Democratic party senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) (L) and Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA) listen to proceedings on the third day of the senate confirmation hearings of 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/Jim Young
  •  - US Supreme Court nominee Alito takes his seat for his confirmation hearing in Washington

    US Supreme Court nominee Alito takes his seat for his confirmation hearing in Washington

    Posted: 1/11/2006 1:36:50 PM EST
    U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito (R) returns to his seat after a break in the third day of his Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 11, 2006. Roman Catholics would be the majority on the U.S. Supreme Court for the first time if Alito is confirmed -- a historically remarkable prospect in a country where "papists" were once taught in state schools that their faith was a lie. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Alito speaks at Senate Confirmation hearing in Washington

    Alito speaks at Senate Confirmation hearing in Washington

    Posted: 1/10/2006 10:28:11 AM EST
    U.S. Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito answers questions on the second day of his Senate judiciary committee confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington January 10, 2006. Alito, who voiced opposition to abortion as a Reagan administration lawyer two decades ago, testified on Tuesday the Constitution protects the right to privacy, a key underpinning of the 1973 Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
  •  - A video grab shows Italian hostage Ramigni speaking to the media after her release in Saana

    A video grab shows Italian hostage Ramigni speaking to the media after her release in Saana

    Posted: 1/6/2006 9:18:37 AM EST
    A video grab shows Italian hostage Camilla Ramigni speaking to the media after her release in Saana, Yemen, January 6, 2006. Yemeni tribesmen released five Italians on Friday almost a week after seizing them to pressure the government to release jailed relatives. Elated but exhausted, the hostages arrived in the capital Sanaa a few hours after leaving a hideout in a remote area of the mountainous, and largely lawless, Marib province. REUTERS/Reuters Television
  •  - Iraqi soldiers ride on a tank while taking position during a raid in Al Gawiya village north of Bagh

    Iraqi soldiers ride on a tank while taking position during a raid in Al Gawiya village north of Bagh

    Posted: 1/2/2006 8:37:04 AM EST
    Iraqi soldiers ride on a tank while taking position 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
  •  - Thousands of police officers march during a funeral procession for slain Laval police officer Valeri

    Thousands of police officers march during a funeral procession for slain Laval police officer Valeri

    Posted: 12/30/2005 1:13:20 AM EST
    Thousands of police officers, including the RCMP, march during a funeral procession for slain police officer Valerie Gignac in Laval, Quebec, December 20, 2005. Gignac, 25, was shot a week ago while on a routine call. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
  •  - Undated photograph of U.S. District Judge James Robertson

    Undated photograph of U.S. District Judge James Robertson

    Posted: 12/30/2005 12:32:47 AM EST
    U.S. District Judge James Robertson, pictured in this undated photograph, resigned from the court that oversees government surveillance in intelligence cases in protest of U.S. President George W. Bush's authorization of a domestic spying program, The Washington Post reported December 21, 2005. Citing two sources, the newspaper reported that Robertson, one of 11 members of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, known as FISA, sent his resignation to Chief Justice John Roberts on December 1
  •  - An anti-WTO protester waves to the media after being released on bail in Hong Kong

    An anti-WTO protester waves to the media after being released on bail in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/29/2005 11:41:08 PM EST
    An anti-World Trade Organisation (WTO) protester holds a bunch of flowers while waving to the media after being released on bail at the Kwun Tong Law Court Building in Hong Kong December 23, 2005. Some 14 anti-WTO protesters, including South Koreans, a Japanese, a mainland Chinese and a Taiwanese are being charged for the violent riots during the sixth WTO Ministerial Conferences last week, according to local media. REUTERS/Paul Yeung


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