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              FILE - In this May 1, 1963 file photo, a Naval rocket is exhibited in Moscow's Red Square past a banner of Vladimir Lenin, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx during the annual May Day parad

    FILE - In this May 1, 1963 file photo, a Naval rocket is exhibited in Moscow's Red Square past a banner of Vladimir Lenin, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx during the annual May Day parad

    Posted: 1/12/2013 12:03:32 PM EST
    FILE - In this May 1, 1963 file photo, a Naval rocket is exhibited in Moscow's Red Square past a banner of Vladimir Lenin, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx during the annual May Day parade in the Soviet Union. Under the shadow of the Cold War's threat of "mutually assured destruction," 1963 was the year of dawning arms control between the U.S. and the Soviet Union; they signed a Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. (AP Photo/File)
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              FILE - In this July 18, 2012 file photo, just graduated doctors have their picture taken holding their diplomas after a graduation ceremony at the Karl Marx theater in Havana, Cuba. A C

    FILE - In this July 18, 2012 file photo, just graduated doctors have their picture taken holding their diplomas after a graduation ceremony at the Karl Marx theater in Havana, Cuba. A C

    Posted: 1/7/2013 5:28:35 PM EST
    FILE - In this July 18, 2012 file photo, just graduated doctors have their picture taken holding their diplomas after a graduation ceremony at the Karl Marx theater in Havana, Cuba. A Cuban doctor says the Caribbean nation is eliminating longstanding restrictions on health care professionals' overseas travel as part of a broader migration reform. The doctor says hospital directors met Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 with Health Minister Roberto Morales and were told of the new policy, effective Jan. 14. For many years Cuban physicians have been limited in their ability to travel or had to undergo cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. But now they are supposed to be treated "like any other citizen" when it comes to traveling abroad. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa, File)
  •  - Left-wing protesters hold up a placard demanding the NPD be banned during an NPD rally in Berlin

    Left-wing protesters hold up a placard demanding the NPD be banned during an NPD rally in Berlin

    Posted: 6/17/2012 9:09:17 AM EST
    Left-wing protesters (foreground) hold up a placard demanding the far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) be banned during an NPD rally in Berlin June 17, 2012. Some 20 NPD supporters gathered in Berlin's Karl Marx Allee where East German workers rose up against the communist government of the GDR in 1953. The right wing rally attracted some 200 counter-demonstrators from various left-wing groups and parties. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Supporters of Pro Deutschland movement attend a gathering commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Supporters of Pro Deutschland movement attend a gathering commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Posted: 6/17/2012 9:01:03 AM EST
    Supporters of the nationalistic Pro Deutschland movement attend a gathering commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin June 17, 2012. Some 20 National Democratic Party of Germany supporters gathered in Berlin's Karl Marx Allee where East German workers rose up against the communist government of the GDR in 1953. The right wing rally attracted some 200 counter-demonstrators from various left-wing groups and parties. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Police officers stand guard during a gathering of the NPD commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Police officers stand guard during a gathering of the NPD commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Posted: 6/17/2012 8:56:27 AM EST
    Police officers stand guard during a gathering of the far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin June 17, 2012. Some 20 NPD supporters gathered in Berlin's Karl Marx Allee where East German workers rose up against the communist government of the GDR in 1953. The right wing rally attracted some 200 counter-demonstrators from various left-wing groups and parties. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - A supporter of NPD attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    A supporter of NPD attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Posted: 6/17/2012 8:51:27 AM EST
    A supporter of the far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin June 17, 2012. Some 20 NPD supporters gathered in Berlin's Karl Marx Allee where East German workers rose up against the communist government of the GDR in 1953. The right wing rally attracted some 200 counter-demonstrators from various left-wing groups and parties. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - Supporter of far-right NPD attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Supporter of far-right NPD attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin

    Posted: 6/17/2012 8:47:33 AM EST
    A supporter of the far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) attends a gathering of the party commemorating a 1953 East German workers uprising in Berlin June 17, 2012. Some 20 NPD supporters gathered in Berlin's Karl Marx Allee where East German workers rose up against the communist government of the GDR in 1953. The right wing rally attracted some 200 counter-demonstrators from various left-wing groups and parties. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
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    Posted: 5/22/2012 3:35:47 PM EST
    In this photo taken June 19, 2007, Mariela Castro speaks with her brother Alejandro Castro, before a private gathering in honor of their late mother, and wife of Cuba's acting President Raul Castro, Vilma Espin Guillois, at Karl Marx Theater in Havana, Cuba. On the eve of her controversial arrival in the United States to attend a conference on Latin America Thursday, May 24, 2012, prominent academics say the 49-year-old Cuban first daughter has carved out an important name for herself that goes beyond her family lineage or famous last name, making gay rights her life's cause. (AP Photo/Ismael Francisco, Prensa Latina)
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    Posted: 5/7/2012 11:20:51 PM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 24, 2012 file photo, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez greets supporters during his caravan from Miraflores presidential palace to the airport to travel to Cuba for surgery to remove a tumor, in Caracas, Venezuela. The poster shows an image of Jesus Christ. Chavez has spent much of his career praising the socialist ideas of famed atheists such as Karl Marx and Fidel Castro. However, now in the thick of a prolonged battle against cancer, Chavez is drawing inspiration more than ever from Jesus Christ. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano, File)
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    Posted: 5/7/2012 8:50:48 PM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 24, 2012 file photo, a supporter of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez cries as she holds a picture of him, as well as a poster of Jesus, during his caravan to the airport to travel to Cuba for surgery to remove a tumor, in Caracas, Venezuela. The poster reads in Spanish "I love Chavez." Chavez has spent much of his career praising the socialist ideas of famed atheists such as Karl Marx and Fidel Castro. However, now in the thick of a prolonged battle against cancer, Chavez is drawing inspiration more than ever from Jesus Christ. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File)
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    Posted: 5/7/2012 8:50:48 PM EST
    FILE - In this July 4, 2011 file photo, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez kisses a crucifix as he greets supporters from a balcony in Miraflores presidential palace, after returning from Cuba where he underwent cancer surgery, in Caracas, Venezuela. Chavez has spent much of his career praising the socialist ideas of famed atheists such as Karl Marx and Fidel Castro. However, now in the thick of a prolonged battle against cancer, Chavez is drawing inspiration more than ever from Jesus Christ. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File)
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    Posted: 5/1/2012 8:00:49 PM EST
    An activist of Sri Lanka's Marxist political party, People's Liberation Front, drinks water from a bottle as a billboard of Communist leaders from left, Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels is displayed in the background during a street march to celebrate international Labor Day known as May Day in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, May 1, 2012. May Day moved beyond its roots as an international workers' holiday to a day of international protest Tuesday, with rallies throughout Asia demanding wage increases and marches planned across Europe over government-imposed austerity measures. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
  •  - Man stands near frozen blocks of garbage at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Man stands near frozen blocks of garbage at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:54:21 AM EST
    A man stands near frozen blocks of garbage at Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh's art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:50:38 AM EST
    Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh's art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:49:16 AM EST
    Frozen blocks of garbage are seen at Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh's art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Mannequin is seen near frozen blocks of garbage at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Mannequin is seen near frozen blocks of garbage at artist Linh's art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:45:01 AM EST
    A mannequin is seen near frozen blocks of garbage at Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh's art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Artist Linh in seen in front of frozen blocks of garbage at his art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Artist Linh in seen in front of frozen blocks of garbage at his art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:40:53 AM EST
    Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh in seen in front of frozen blocks of garbage at his art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Volunteer and friend of artist Linh cleans up water puddles at art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Volunteer and friend of artist Linh cleans up water puddles at art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:34:53 AM EST
    A volunteer and friend of Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh cleans up water puddles around frozen blocks of garbage at an art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - Volunteers and friends of Linh clean up water puddles at art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Volunteers and friends of Linh clean up water puddles at art exhibition "Le Republique Absurde" in Hanoi

    Posted: 4/7/2012 10:18:30 AM EST
    Volunteers and friends of Vietnamese-French artist Tran Trong Linh clean up water puddles around frozen blocks of garbage at an art exhibition titled "Le Republique Absurde" (The Absurd Republic), at the French cultural house L 'Espace in Hanoi April 7, 2012. The exhibition by Linh was created from 21 cubic metres of garbage, which he and his aides collected from Vietnam's most polluted rivers in the capital Hanoi. There are seven installation pieces, frozen at -27 degrees Celsius (-17 degrees Fahrenheit), which includes items such as mannequins, dogs' skulls, Buddhist statues, beer and soft drink cans, and Communist books by Marx and Engels. Linh told Reuters that the exhibition was scheduled to be open from April 5 to April 8, but authorities announced that it would be shut down on Saturday, saying that it defamed Communism. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY)