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  •  - Russian Interior Ministry troops look on during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Russian Interior Ministry troops look on during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 12/5/2011 11:29:06 AM EST
    Russian Interior Ministry troops look on during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg December 5, 2011. Vladimir Putin's ruling party clung to a much reduced majority in parliament on Monday after an election that showed growing weariness with the man who has dominated Russia for more than a decade and plans to return to the presidency next year. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participant during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participant during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 12/5/2011 11:27:38 AM EST
    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain a participant during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg December 5, 2011. Vladimir Putin's ruling party clung to a much reduced majority in parliament on Monday after an election that showed growing weariness with the man who has dominated Russia for more than a decade and plans to return to the presidency next year. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participants during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participants during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 12/5/2011 11:26:26 AM EST
    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participants during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg December 5, 2011. Vladimir Putin's ruling party clung to a much reduced majority in parliament on Monday after an election that showed growing weariness with the man who has dominated Russia for more than a decade and plans to return to the presidency next year. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participant during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain participant during rally organised on social networks against results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg

    Posted: 12/5/2011 11:25:37 AM EST
    Russian Interior Ministry troops detain a participant during a rally organised on social networks against the results of parliamentary election in St. Petersburg December 5, 2011. Vladimir Putin's ruling party clung to a much reduced majority in parliament on Monday after an election that showed growing weariness with the man who has dominated Russia for more than a decade and plans to return to the presidency next year. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London

    People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:40:19 AM EST
    People attending the Nokia World event check their laptops and mobile devices in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:39:12 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:38:54 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:38:31 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:36:01 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London

    President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:35:06 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia World event in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:33:26 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop walks under a graphic of the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at the Nokia World event in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London

    President and CEO of Nokia Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London

    Posted: 10/26/2011 7:32:30 AM EST
    Nokia CEO Stephen Elop holds the new Nokia Lumia smart phone as he speaks at Nokia world in London October 26, 2011. Nokia unveiled its long-awaited first Microsoft Windows phones on Wednesday, betting on the two sleek new models to get it back into the race with Apple and Google . The two new smartphones, described as unexceptional by one analyst, will go on sale in key European markets by the Christmas holiday season and are the first plank in a strategy designed to return the Finnish giant to its former glory. The top-end Lumia 800, featuring easy access to social networks like Facebook and high-definition video playback, will sell for about 420 euros ($584) excluding subsidies, less than Apple's latest iPhone but more than many Google Android phones. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
  •  - Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Posted: 8/26/2011 11:02:53 PM EST
    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city August 26, 2011. Mexico's President Felipe Calderon declared three days of mourning on Friday and demanded a crackdown on drugs in the United States after armed men torched the Casino Royale in Monterrey in northern Mexico, killing at least 52 people. Mexicans took to social networks to call for candle-lit protests for peace in response to the attack. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
  •  - Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Posted: 8/26/2011 10:59:13 PM EST
    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city August 26, 2011. Mexico's President Felipe Calderon declared three days of mourning on Friday and demanded a crackdown on drugs in the United States after armed men torched the Casino Royale in Monterrey in northern Mexico, killing at least 52 people. Mexicans took to social networks to call for candle-lit protests for peace in response to the attack. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city

    Posted: 8/26/2011 10:49:53 PM EST
    Protesters hold candles as they gather outside the government palace in Monterrey, in memory of those killed a day after armed men attacked a casino in the city August 26, 2011. Mexico's President Felipe Calderon declared three days of mourning on Friday and demanded a crackdown on drugs in the United States after armed men torched the Casino Royale in Monterrey in northern Mexico, killing at least 52 people. Mexicans took to social networks to call for candle-lit protests for peace in response to the attack. REUTERS/ Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
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    Posted: 8/23/2011 5:20:48 PM EST
    In this photo taken on a government-organized tour airplanes are parked in the tarmac of the international airport in Tripoli, Libya, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. The airport is in control of the government and no apparent sign of armed clashes was seen after a night of intense rumors on social networks that a rebel military operation had taken control of the capital city airport. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
  •  - Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla plays with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office

    Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla plays with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office

    Posted: 6/28/2011 4:39:56 PM EST
    Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla poses with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office. Brambilla is making the rounds on Italian social networks this week for pictures of her playing with a full grown tiger. The apparent home video has sparked some allegations that the touching pictures have been made available at a time when Brambilla needs to show a softer side of her nature, and that maybe the animal was doped. But the minister denies such allegations. "This tiger was saved from a terrible fate. It is an animal that I love greatly, as I think everyone can see in the video," she said during an interview with Reuters June 28, 2011. REUTERS/Handout (SOCIETY POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
  •  - Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla plays with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office

    Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla plays with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office

    Posted: 6/28/2011 4:37:34 PM EST
    Italian Tourism Minister Michela Vittoria Brambilla plays with a tiger in this undated picture made available by Minister's press office. Brambilla is making the rounds on Italian social networks this week for pictures of her playing with a full grown tiger. The apparent home video has sparked some allegations that the touching pictures have been made available at a time when Brambilla needs to show a softer side of her nature, and that maybe the animal was doped. But the minister denies such allegations. "This tiger was saved from a terrible fate. It is an animal that I love greatly, as I think everyone can see in the video," she said during an interview with Reuters June 28, 2011. REUTERS/Handout (ANIMALS POLITICS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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    Posted: 5/2/2011 9:06:11 AM EST
    FILE - In this file photo taken March 2, 2011, the iPad 2 is shown at an Apple event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco. People are turning over personal information to online retailers, social networks and others in growing numbers, even as concerns about privacy mount. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, file)
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    Posted: 5/2/2011 9:06:08 AM EST
    In this April 28, 2011 photo, a customer holds a white iPhone at the Apple store on New York's Upper West Side. People are turning over personal information to online retailers, social networks and others in growing numbers, even as concerns about privacy mount. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)