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  •  - Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas

    Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas

    Posted: 1/9/2013 2:29:20 PM EST
    Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas January 9, 2013. The head of Venezuela's Supreme Court said on Wednesday the postponement of Hugo Chavez's planned December 10 inauguration for a new presidential term was constitutionally legitimate. Luisa Morales, the court's president, gave the judgment at a news conference, saying no new swearing-in was necessary and Chavez remained Venezuela's president, with Nicolas Maduro also continuing in his role as vice-president. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
  •  - Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas

    Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas

    Posted: 1/9/2013 2:29:20 PM EST
    Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas January 9, 2013. The head of Venezuela's Supreme Court said on Wednesday the postponement of Hugo Chavez's planned December 10 inauguration for a new presidential term was constitutionally legitimate. Luisa Morales, the court's president, gave the judgment at a news conference, saying no new swearing-in was necessary and Chavez remained Venezuela's president, with Nicolas Maduro also continuing in his role as vice-president. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
  •  - Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas

    Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas

    Posted: 1/9/2013 12:27:28 PM EST
    Luisa Estella Morales, President of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), attends a news conference in Caracas January 9, 2013. The head of Venezuela's Supreme Court said on Wednesday the postponement of Hugo Chavez's planned December 10 inauguration for a new presidential term was constitutionally legitimate. Luisa Morales, the court's president, gave the judgment at a news conference, saying no new swearing-in was necessary and Chavez remained Venezuela's president, with Nicolas Maduro also continuing in his role as vice-president. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
  •  - Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas

    Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas

    Posted: 1/9/2013 12:25:28 PM EST
    Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) magistrates attend a news conference in Caracas January 9, 2013. The head of Venezuela's Supreme Court said on Wednesday the postponement of Hugo Chavez's planned December 10 inauguration for a new presidential term was constitutionally legitimate. Luisa Morales, the court's president, gave the judgment at a news conference, saying no new swearing-in was necessary and Chavez remained Venezuela's president, with Nicolas Maduro also continuing in his role as vice-president. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
  •  - People dressed in green stand in view of the Peak of Bugarach

    People dressed in green stand in view of the Peak of Bugarach

    Posted: 12/21/2012 11:59:55 AM EST
    People dressed in green costumes imitating extra-terrestrials talk with journalists while in the view of Bugarach, December 21, 2012. The Peak of Bugarach, the highest point of the Corbieres massif, in southwestern France and surrounded in legend for centuries, has become a focal point for many Apocalypse believers as rumours have circulated that its mountain contains doors into other worlds, or that extraterrestrials will return here on Judgment day to take refuge at their base. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles
  •  - A television camera sits on a tripod at the entrance of Bugarach

    A television camera sits on a tripod at the entrance of Bugarach

    Posted: 12/21/2012 11:59:55 AM EST
    A television camera sits on a tripod at the entrance to the village of Bugarach, December 21, 2012. The Peak of Bugarach, the highest point of the Corbieres massif, in southwestern France and surrounded in legend for centuries, has become a focal point for many Apocalypse believers as rumours have circulated that its mountain contains doors into other worlds, or that extraterrestrials will return here on Judgment day to take refuge at their base. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles
  •  - People dressed in white costumes with message "Roswell Inside" stand in view of the Peak of Bugarach

    People dressed in white costumes with message "Roswell Inside" stand in view of the Peak of Bugarach

    Posted: 12/21/2012 11:59:55 AM EST
    People dressed in white costumes imitating extra-terrestrials, with the message "Roswell Inside", gather in the view of the Peak of Bugarach, December 21, 2012. The Peak of Bugarach, the highest point of the Corbieres massif, in southwestern France and surrounded in legend for centuries, has become a focal point for many Apocalypse believers as rumours have circulated that its mountain contains doors into other worlds, or that extraterrestrials will return here on Judgment day to take refuge at their base. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles
  •  - French gendarmes drive on a road in Bugarach in order to secure the area around the peak

    French gendarmes drive on a road in Bugarach in order to secure the area around the peak

    Posted: 12/20/2012 11:16:54 AM EST
    French gendarmes drive on a road in Bugarach in order to secure the area around the peak, December 19, 2012. The Peak of Bugarach, the highest point of the Corbieres massif, in southwestern France and surrounded in legend for centuries, has become a focal point for many Apocalypse believers as rumours have circulated that its mountain contains doors into other worlds, or that extraterrestrials will return here on Judgment day to take refuge at their base. Residents of the tiny southern French hamlet, are witness to a rising influx of Doomsday believers convinced it is the only place that will survive judgment day, December 21, 2012, as an era closes in the Maya Long Count calendar. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles
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              Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, takes pen and paper out of his suitcase as he wa

    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, takes pen and paper out of his suitcase as he wa

    Posted: 12/12/2012 10:13:50 AM EST
    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, takes pen and paper out of his suitcase as he waits for the the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to deliver its judgment in The Hague, Wednesday Dec. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, Pool)
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              Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, greets members of the court as he waits for the

    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, greets members of the court as he waits for the

    Posted: 12/12/2012 10:13:50 AM EST
    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, greets members of the court as he waits for the the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to deliver its judgment in The Hague, Wednesday Dec. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, Pool)
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              Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Yugoslav

    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Yugoslav

    Posted: 12/12/2012 10:13:50 AM EST
    Zdravko Tolimir, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to deliver its judgment in The Hague, Wednesday Dec. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, Pool)
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              Zdravko Tolimir, right, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Y

    Zdravko Tolimir, right, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Y

    Posted: 12/12/2012 10:13:50 AM EST
    Zdravko Tolimir, right, a former high-ranking Bosnian Serb army officer charged with crimes including genocide in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, crosses himself as he waits for the the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to deliver its judgment in The Hague, Wednesday Dec. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, Pool)
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              Protesters wave Serbian flags during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime min

    Protesters wave Serbian flags during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime min

    Posted: 11/29/2012 2:43:25 PM EST
    Protesters wave Serbian flags during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime minister of Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time of murdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. Serbian officials and media had been anticipating for days that Haradinaj would be acquitted less than two weeks after two Croatian generals were cleared of charges of killing and deporting Serbs in a 1995 military blitz, a judgment that sparked rage in Belgrade, where many see the tribunal as anti-Serb. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              Protesters wave Serbian flags and banner reads: "Ratko's soldiers"  (genocide suspect Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic) during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serb

    Protesters wave Serbian flags and banner reads: "Ratko's soldiers" (genocide suspect Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic) during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serb

    Posted: 11/29/2012 2:43:25 PM EST
    Protesters wave Serbian flags and banner reads: "Ratko's soldiers" (genocide suspect Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic) during the Serbian nationalists protest in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime minister of Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time of murdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. Serbian officials and media had been anticipating for days that Haradinaj would be acquitted less than two weeks after two Croatian generals were cleared of charges of killing and deporting Serbs in a 1995 military blitz, a judgment that sparked rage in Belgrade, where many see the tribunal as anti-Serb. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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              Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic speaks during a news conference, in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Th

    Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic speaks during a news conference, in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Th

    Posted: 11/29/2012 12:03:29 PM EST
    Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic speaks during a news conference, in Belgrade, Serbia, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. A U.N. war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime minister of Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time ofmurdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. Serbian officials and media had been anticipating for days that Haradinaj would be acquitted less than two weeks after two Croatian generals were cleared of charges of killing and deporting Serbs in a 1995 military blitz, a judgment that sparked rage in Belgrade, where many see the tribunal as anti-Serb. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
  •  - Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio Ecuador

    Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio Ecuador

    Posted: 10/9/2012 4:23:09 PM EST
    Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio, Ecuador in this January 25, 2011 file photograph. Chevron Corp on October 9, 2012 lost a U.S. Supreme Court bid to block an $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in a case over pollution in the Amazon jungle. The Supreme Court did not give any explanation for its decision, which rejected Chevron's appeal of a lower court ruling. The lower court in January had thrown out an injunction blocking enforcement of the Ecuadorean judgment. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja/Files
  •  - Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio Ecuador

    Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio Ecuador

    Posted: 10/9/2012 4:23:09 PM EST
    Environmentalist Donald Moncayo shows his glove after conducting a test made on an affected field in Lago Agrio, Ecuador in this January 25, 2011 file photograph. Chevron Corp on October 9, 2012 lost a U.S. Supreme Court bid to block an $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in a case over pollution in the Amazon jungle. The Supreme Court did not give any explanation for its decision, which rejected Chevron's appeal of a lower court ruling. The lower court in January had thrown out an injunction blocking enforcement of the Ecuadorean judgment. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja/Files
  •  - A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha Ecuador

    A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha Ecuador

    Posted: 10/9/2012 4:20:02 PM EST
    A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha, Ecuador in this October 21, 2003 file photograph. Chevron Corp on October 9, 2012 lost a U.S. Supreme Court bid to block an $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in a case over pollution in the Amazon jungle. The Supreme Court did not give any explanation for its decision, which rejected Chevron's appeal of a lower court ruling. The lower court in January had thrown out an injunction blocking enforcement of the Ecuadorean judgment. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis/Files
  •  - A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha Ecuador

    A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha Ecuador

    Posted: 10/9/2012 4:20:02 PM EST
    A waste pit filled with crude oil left by Texaco drilling operations years earlier lies in a jungle clearing near the Amazonian town of Sacha, Ecuador in this October 21, 2003 file photograph. Chevron Corp on October 9, 2012 lost a U.S. Supreme Court bid to block an $18.2 billion judgment against it in Ecuador in a case over pollution in the Amazon jungle. The Supreme Court did not give any explanation for its decision, which rejected Chevron's appeal of a lower court ruling. The lower court in January had thrown out an injunction blocking enforcement of the Ecuadorean judgment. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis/Files
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              FILE - This Aug. 24, 2012 file photo shows Floyd Landis, right, and his attorney, Leo Cunningham,  leaving federal court in San Diego. The International Cycling Union says it won a Swis

    FILE - This Aug. 24, 2012 file photo shows Floyd Landis, right, and his attorney, Leo Cunningham, leaving federal court in San Diego. The International Cycling Union says it won a Swis

    Posted: 10/3/2012 1:03:23 PM EST
    FILE - This Aug. 24, 2012 file photo shows Floyd Landis, right, and his attorney, Leo Cunningham, leaving federal court in San Diego. The International Cycling Union says it won a Swiss court ruling prohibiting Landis from repeating claims that its leaders corruptly protected Lance Armstrong from a doping case. The governing body says the defamation judgment "upholds and protects the integrity of the UCI and its presidents." (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)