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  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 6:23:49 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 5:29:14 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 5:09:14 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 5:08:49 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. REUTERS/Alex Domanski
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 5:00:59 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment about euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:45:52 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (4th R) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:45:28 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:44:27 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle pronounces judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:43:31 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment about euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:43:14 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment about euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle arrives to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:42:22 AM EST
    President of the German Constitutional Court Andreas Vosskuhle (L) arrives to pronounce a judgment about euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Judges arrive to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Judges arrive to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe

    Posted: 9/7/2011 4:40:04 AM EST
    Judges arrive to pronounce a judgment on euro bailouts at the German Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe September 7, 2011. Germany's Constitutional Court rejected on Wednesday a series of lawsuits aimed at blocking Germany's participation in bailout packages for Greece and other euro zone countries, but said parliament must have a bigger say in future rescues. The country's highest court said the German government must seek the approval of parliament's budget committee before granting such aid, a requirement which could further slow down Europe's response to the debt crisis. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - File photo of U.S. President Barack Obama signing the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 in Washington

    File photo of U.S. President Barack Obama signing the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 in Washington

    Posted: 9/1/2011 2:00:55 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO U.S. President Barack Obama signs the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 lifting the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. armed forces at the Department of the Interior in Washington, in this December 22, 2010 file photo. Obama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Jim Young/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of U.S. President Barack Obama signing the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 in Washington

    File photo of U.S. President Barack Obama signing the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 in Washington

    Posted: 9/1/2011 1:58:08 PM EST
    U.S. President Barack Obama signs the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 lifting the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. armed forces at the Department of the Interior in Washington, in this December 22, 2010 file photo. bama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Jim Young/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    Posted: 9/1/2011 1:57:30 PM EST
    Active duty U.S. Marine corporal Jime Rindon (C) from Camp Pendleton yells out as he marches with active and non-active U.S. military personnel who are participating for the first time in San Diego's Gay Pride Parade in San Diego, in this July 16, 2011 file photo. bama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS MILITARY)
  •  - File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    File photo of U.S. military personnel participating in Gay Pride Parade in San Diego

    Posted: 9/1/2011 1:56:44 PM EST
    Active duty U.S. Marine corporal Jime Rindon (L) from Camp Pendleton receives a hug as he prepares to march with active and non-active U.S. military personnel who are participating for the first time in San Diego's Gay Pride Parade in San Diego, in this July 16, 2011 file photo. Obama administration lawyers will ask a federal appeals court on September 1, 2011 to vacate a judgment declaring "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional now that the ban on openly gay men and women in the military is about to be repealed. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS MILITARY)
  •  - WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    Posted: 7/13/2011 12:55:40 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves the High Court in London July 13, 2011. Two judges deferred a decision on Wednesday over whether to allow WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden from Britain over allegations of sexual misconduct. A written judgment will be handed down at a later date, as yet unspecified. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    Posted: 7/13/2011 12:52:40 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves the High Court in London July 13, 2011. Two judges deferred a decision on Wednesday over whether to allow WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden from Britain over allegations of sexual misconduct. A written judgment will be handed down at a later date, as yet unspecified. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    Posted: 7/13/2011 12:44:01 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves the High Court in London July 13, 2011. Two judges deferred a decision on Wednesday over whether to allow WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden from Britain over allegations of sexual misconduct. A written judgment will be handed down at a later date, as yet unspecified. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    WikiLeaks founder Assange leaves the High Court in London

    Posted: 7/13/2011 12:42:11 PM EST
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange leaves the High Court in London July 13, 2011. Two judges deferred a decision on Wednesday over whether to allow WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange to be extradited to Sweden from Britain over allegations of sexual misconduct. A written judgment will be handed down at a later date, as yet unspecified. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)