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  •  - Combination picture from file photos shows Tunisia's President Ben Ali and Tunisia's Interior Minister Kacem in Tunis

    Combination picture from file photos shows Tunisia's President Ben Ali and Tunisia's Interior Minister Kacem in Tunis

    Posted: 6/13/2012 3:06:05 PM EST
    Combination picture from file photos shows Tunisia's President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali (L) and Tunisia's Interior Minister Rafik Belhaj Kacem (R) in Tunis in 2009. A Tunisian court on June 13, 2012 sentenced Kacem, ousted president Ben Ali's interior minister, to 12 years in jail on Wednesday over the killing of protesters in the central towns where the Arab Spring began but found his security chief innocent. The judge at the military court in Kef also sentenced Ben Ali himself to life in jail over his role in the deaths but the former strongman is in exile in Saudi Arabia and unlikely to be extradited soon. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (L)/Loufi Larbi (R) (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
  •  - File photo shows Tunisia's President Ben Ali taking the oath at the national assembly in Tunis

    File photo shows Tunisia's President Ben Ali taking the oath at the national assembly in Tunis

    Posted: 6/13/2012 3:06:03 PM EST
    Tunisia's President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali takes the oath at the national assembly in Tunis in this November 12, 2009 file photo. A Tunisian court on June 13, 2012 sentenced ousted president Ben Ali's interior minister to 12 years in jail on Wednesday over the killing of protesters in the central towns where the Arab Spring began but found his security chief innocent. The judge at the military court in Kef also sentenced Ben Ali himself to life in jail over his role in the deaths but the former strongman is in exile in Saudi Arabia and unlikely to be extradited soon. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi/Files (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
  •  - File photo shows Tunisia's Interior Minister Kacem in Tunis

    File photo shows Tunisia's Interior Minister Kacem in Tunis

    Posted: 6/13/2012 3:06:01 PM EST
    Tunisia's Interior Minister Rafik Belhaj Kacem announces President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali's victory to the media at the interior ministry in Tunis in this October 26, 2009 file photo. A Tunisian court on June 13, 2012 sentenced Kacem, ousted president Ben Ali's interior minister, to 12 years in jail on Wednesday over the killing of protesters in the central towns where the Arab Spring began but found his security chief innocent. The judge at the military court in Kef also sentenced Ben Ali himself to life in jail over his role in the deaths but the former strongman is in exile in Saudi Arabia and unlikely to be extradited soon. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi/Files (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
  •  - To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    Posted: 6/13/2012 10:10:46 AM EST
    Cars queue for petrol at a gas station in Dubai June 11, 2012. In the Gulf, the oil price slide threatens to cool an 18-month economic boom that helped the region recover from the global financial crisis of 2008-2009. In addition to receiving lower oil prices, Gulf oil producers - particularly Saudi Arabia - may have to cut the volumes they sell to prevent a deeper drop of prices. So far, however, most Gulf economies look likely to continue expanding at comfortable rates with cheaper oil. In the wake of the recent slide in the price, the UAE's Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri last week cut his forecast for this year's GDP growth to around 3 percent, from the almost 4 percent which he predicted in March. Picture taken June 11, 2012. To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL REUTERS/Ghazal Watfa (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
  •  - To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    Posted: 6/13/2012 10:10:44 AM EST
    Cars queue for petrol at a gas station in Dubai June 11, 2012. In the Gulf, the oil price slide threatens to cool an 18-month economic boom that helped the region recover from the global financial crisis of 2008-2009. In addition to receiving lower oil prices, Gulf oil producers - particularly Saudi Arabia - may have to cut the volumes they sell to prevent a deeper drop of prices. So far, however, most Gulf economies look likely to continue expanding at comfortable rates with cheaper oil. In the wake of the recent slide in the price, the UAE's Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri last week cut his forecast for this year's GDP growth to around 3 percent, from the almost 4 percent which he predicted in March. Picture taken June 11, 2012. To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL REUTERS/Ghazal Watfa (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
  •  - To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL

    Posted: 6/13/2012 10:10:41 AM EST
    Cars queue for petrol at a gas station in Dubai June 11, 2012. In the Gulf, the oil price slide threatens to cool an 18-month economic boom that helped the region recover from the global financial crisis of 2008-2009. In addition to receiving lower oil prices, Gulf oil producers - particularly Saudi Arabia - may have to cut the volumes they sell to prevent a deeper drop of prices. So far, however, most Gulf economies look likely to continue expanding at comfortable rates with cheaper oil. In the wake of the recent slide in the price, the UAE's Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri last week cut his forecast for this year's GDP growth to around 3 percent, from the almost 4 percent which he predicted in March. Picture taken June 11, 2012. To match Analysis MIDEAST-ECONOMICS/OIL REUTERS/Ghazal Watfa (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
  •  - Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Posted: 6/13/2012 9:26:18 AM EST
    Rashad al-Alimi (C), deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets people as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia June 13, 2012. Al-Alimi was injured during an assassination attempt on former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in June 2011. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets people as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets people as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Posted: 6/13/2012 9:25:05 AM EST
    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, greets people as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia June 13, 2012. Al-Alimi was injured during an assassination attempt on former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in June 2011. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Posted: 6/13/2012 9:23:32 AM EST
    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia June 13, 2012. Al-Alimi was injured during an assassination attempt on former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in June 2011. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia

    Posted: 6/13/2012 7:51:03 AM EST
    Rashad al-Alimi, deputy prime minister for security affairs, waves as he arrives at Sanaa airport after his medical treatment in Saudi Arabia June 13, 2012. Al-Alimi was injured during an assassination attempt on former president Ali Abdullah Saleh in June 2011. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - File photo of a girl looking through a bus window in Russia's southern city of Stavropol

    File photo of a girl looking through a bus window in Russia's southern city of Stavropol

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:27:01 AM EST
    A girl looks through a bus window in the morning hours in Russia's southern city of Stavropol in this January 29, 2007 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko/Files (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of a woman pretending to be gagged while taking part in a protest during International Women's Day in Mexico City

    File photo of a woman pretending to be gagged while taking part in a protest during International Women's Day in Mexico City

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:25:19 AM EST
    A woman pretends to be gagged while taking part in a protest during International Women's Day in Mexico City in this March 8, 2011 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. The writing on the woman's chest reads, "Neither a whore, nor crazy, nor a saint, just a woman." REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez/Files (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of sex workers watching the celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival in a red light area in Mumbai

    File photo of sex workers watching the celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival in a red light area in Mumbai

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:23:11 AM EST
    Sex workers (foreground) watch the celebrations of Raksha Bandhan festival in a red light area in Mumbai in this August 4, 2009 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of Homegirl Cafe waitress Lane during boxing training in Los Angeles

    File photo of Homegirl Cafe waitress Lane during boxing training in Los Angeles

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:19:49 AM EST
    Homegirl Cafe waitress Stephanie Lane, 21, smiles during boxing training in Los Angeles in this September 17, 2010 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CRIME LAW SPORT)
  •  - File photo of a labourer breastfeeding her child on the banks of the river Balason on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri

    File photo of a labourer breastfeeding her child on the banks of the river Balason on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:17:47 AM EST
    A labourer breastfeeds her child on the banks of the river Balason on Mother's Day on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri in this May 10, 2009 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of Saudi women walking past a parked car in Riyadh

    File photo of Saudi women walking past a parked car in Riyadh

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:15:56 AM EST
    Saudi women walk past a parked car in Riyadh in this June 9, 2005 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim/Files (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of Muslim pilgrims making their way to perform prayers at the Grand Mosque in Mecca

    File photo of Muslim pilgrims making their way to perform prayers at the Grand Mosque in Mecca

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:13:13 AM EST
    Muslim pilgrims make their way to perform prayers at the Grand Mosque upon their arrival for the annual haj pilgrimage in Mecca in this November 3, 2011 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Ammar Awad/Files (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of Muslim women attending a mass prayer session in Makassar

    File photo of Muslim women attending a mass prayer session in Makassar

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:11:08 AM EST
    Muslim women attend a mass prayer session, "Tarawih", which marks the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, at Al Markaz Al Islami mosque in Makassar, South Sulawesi in this July 31, 2011 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Ahmad Yusuf/Files (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
  •  - File photo of  a woman taking part in a SlutWalk protest in central Seoul

    File photo of a woman taking part in a SlutWalk protest in central Seoul

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:09:00 AM EST
    A woman takes part in a SlutWalk protest in central Seoul in this July 16, 2011 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Truth Leem/Files (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
  •  - File photo of a young woman having her wet hair braided by her mother in Chennai

    File photo of a young woman having her wet hair braided by her mother in Chennai

    Posted: 6/13/2012 12:08:27 AM EST
    A young woman has her wet hair braided by her mother in Chennai in this March 17, 2011 file photo. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey, polling 370 gender specialists, found Canada to be the best place to be a woman amongst G20 nations, excluding the European Union economic grouping. Saudi Arabia was the second worst, after India. REUTERS/Philip Brown/Files (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)


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