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  •  - One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch

    One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch

    Posted: 1/11/2012 4:03:26 PM EST
    One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch shows a group of aggressive-looking supporters at the Alvalade stadium in Lisbon January 11, 2012. Portuguese club Sporting have been ordered to get rid of photographs covering the walls inside their stadium which UEFA view as violent and offensive. "The scenes depicted in the images are clearly contrary to the values of respect and tolerance UEFA works hard to promote," European soccer's governing body said in a statement on Wednesday. REUTERS/Miguel Manso/Publico (PORTUGAL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) PORTUGAL OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN PORTUGAL. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
  •  - One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch

    One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch

    Posted: 1/11/2012 4:01:42 PM EST
    One of the pictures on the walls of the Alvalade stadium's tunnel leading to the pitch shows a group of aggressive-looking supporters at the Alvalade stadium in Lisbon January 11, 2012. Portuguese club Sporting have been ordered to get rid of photographs covering the walls inside their stadium which UEFA view as violent and offensive. "The scenes depicted in the images are clearly contrary to the values of respect and tolerance UEFA works hard to promote," European soccer's governing body said in a statement on Wednesday. REUTERS/Miguel Manso/Publico (PORTUGAL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) PORTUGAL OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN PORTUGAL. 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: 12/30/2011 11:15:46 AM EST
    This picture provided by the Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, shows Geeti Shafia. In June 2011, police discovered a vehicle submerged at the bottom of a set of locks in a canal in Kingston, Ontario. Inside the car were the dead bodies of three teen sisters, including Geeti Shafia, and a 52-year-old woman. Tooba Yahya, 42, her husband Mohammad Shafia, 58, and their eldest son, Hamed, 20, are charged with the murder of Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, along with Shafia's first wife, Rona Amir Mohammad. The case has ignited a debate in Canada about honor killings and the cultural clashes often experienced between first- and second-generation immigrants who struggle to maintain orthodox cultural or religious values and their children, who often desire to fit into a Western, more liberal society. (AP Photo/Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press)
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    Posted: 12/30/2011 11:15:46 AM EST
    his picture provided by the Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, shows Rona Amir Mohammad, left, and Sahar Shafia. In June 2011, police discovered a vehicle submerged at the bottom of a set of locks in a canal in Kingston, Ontario. Inside the car were the dead bodies of three teen sisters, including Sahar Shafia, and 52-year-old Rona Amir Mohammad. Tooba Yahya, 42, her husband Mohammad Shafia, 58, and their eldest son, Hamed, 20, are charged with the murder of sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, along with Mohammad Shafia's first wife, Rona. The case has ignited a debate in Canada about honor killings and the cultural clashes often experienced between first- and second-generation immigrants who struggle to maintain orthodox cultural or religious values and their children, who often desire to fit into a Western, more liberal society. (AP Photo/Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press)
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    Posted: 12/26/2011 12:10:47 AM EST
    his picture provided by the Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, shows Rona Amir Mohammad, left, and Sahar Shafia. In June 2011, police discovered a vehicle submerged at the bottom of a set of locks in a canal in Kingston, Ontario. Inside the car were the dead bodies of three teen sisters, including Sahar Shafia, and 52-year-old Rona Amir Mohammad. Tooba Yahya, 42, her husband Mohammad Shafia, 58, and their eldest son, Hamed, 20, are charged with the murder of sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, along with Mohammad Shafia's first wife, Rona. The case has ignited a debate in Canada about honor killings and the cultural clashes often experienced between first- and second-generation immigrants who struggle to maintain orthodox cultural or religious values and their children, who often desire to fit into a Western, more liberal society. (AP Photo/Frontenac County Court via The Canadian Press)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 12:20:47 PM EST
    In this Nov.11,2011 photo people are attacking police during Independence Day riots in Warsaw, Poland. With former Czech president Vaclav Havel being bid farewell in a state funeral Friday, there are signs that his legacy is under attack across the region. Though democratic values are firmly rooted in Poland, some remain attracted to far-right and xenophobic ideologies, a fact made clear during in Independence Day marches in Warsaw this year, when football hooligans and others attacked police in some of the worst rioting in Poland in years. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 12:20:47 PM EST
    In this Nov.11, 2011 photo a man throws stones during Independence Day riots in Warsaw, Poland. With former Czech president Vaclav Havel being bid farewell in a state funeral Friday, there are signs that his legacy is under attack across the region. Though democratic values are firmly rooted in Poland, some remain attracted to far-right and xenophobic ideologies, a fact made clear during in Independence Day marches in Warsaw this year, when football hooligans and others attacked police in some of the worst rioting in Poland in years. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
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    Posted: 12/22/2011 12:20:47 PM EST
    In this Nov.11, 2011 photo people are attacking police during Independence Day riots in Warsaw, Poland. With former Czech president Vaclav Havel being bid farewell in a state funeral Friday, there are signs that his legacy is under attack across the region. Though democratic values are firmly rooted in Poland, some remain attracted to far-right and xenophobic ideologies, a fact made clear during in Independence Day marches in Warsaw this year, when football hooligans and others attacked police in some of the worst rioting in Poland in years. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
  •  - A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:24:41 AM EST
    A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. The sign reads, "Support the democracy of Wukan villagers". REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
  •  - Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:21:44 AM EST
    Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:20:39 AM EST
    A protester takes part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:19:48 AM EST
    Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:18:29 AM EST
    Protesters, wearing Guy Fawkes masks, take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong

    Posted: 12/20/2011 8:16:14 AM EST
    Protesters take part in a candlelight vigil supporting the rights of Wukan villagers in Hong Kong December 20, 2011. Residents of Wukan village in south China's Guangdong province have threatened to march on a local government office in protest over farmland seized for development, and over the suspicious death in custody of a protest organiser, Xue Jinbo. Although the rebellion is limited to one village, it has attracted widespread attention and proven a humbling rebuff to the ruling Communist Party, which values stability above all else. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
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    Posted: 12/20/2011 6:40:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, Indonesian punk rock fans, their head shaved clean, stand in lines before prayer at a police school where they are detained in Aceh Besar, Aceh province, Indonesia. Mohawks buzzed and noses free of piercings, dozens of youths march in military-style for hours beneath Indonesia's tropical sun _ part of efforts by authorities to restore moral values and bring the 'deviants' back into the mainstream. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda)
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    Posted: 12/20/2011 6:40:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011 photo, Indonesian punk rock fans, their head shaved clean, pray during their 'rehabilitation program' at a police school where they are detained in Aceh Besar, Aceh province, Indonesia. Mohawks buzzed and noses free of piercings, dozens of youths march in military-style for hours beneath Indonesia's tropical sun _ part of efforts by authorities to restore moral values and bring the 'deviants' back into the mainstream. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda)
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    Posted: 12/20/2011 6:40:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011 photo, Indonesian punk rock fans wash before prayer at a police school where they are detained in Aceh Besar, Aceh province, Indonesia. Mohawks buzzed and noses free of piercings, dozens of youths march in military-style for hours beneath Indonesia's tropical sun _ part of efforts by authorities to restore moral values and bring the 'deviants' back into the mainstream. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda)
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    Posted: 12/20/2011 6:40:47 AM EST
    In this Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011 photo, Indonesian punk rock fans, their head shaved clean, march before prayer during their 'rehabilitation program' at a police school where they are detained in Aceh Besar, Aceh province, Indonesia. Mohawks buzzed and noses free of piercings, dozens of youths march in military-style for hours beneath Indonesia's tropical sun _ part of efforts by authorities to restore moral values and bring the 'deviants' back into the mainstream. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda)
  •  - Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing

    Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing

    Posted: 12/9/2011 3:34:17 AM EST
    Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing December 9, 2011. The property market, which contributes about 10 percent of Chinese growth and drives activity in 50 other sectors, could drag the real economy to a hard landing. After a housing bubble that doubled values in 35 cities between 2004 and 2009, prices are now falling nationwide. The central bank said last week property prices had reached a turning point while banks are worried a price slide of 20 percent could trigger panic selling. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION)
  •  - Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing

    Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing

    Posted: 12/9/2011 3:33:27 AM EST
    Construction workers stand atop scaffolding on a building site for a new apartment block in central Beijing December 9, 2011. The property market, which contributes about 10 percent of Chinese growth and drives activity in 50 other sectors, could drag the real economy to a hard landing. After a housing bubble that doubled values in 35 cities between 2004 and 2009, prices are now falling nationwide. The central bank said last week property prices had reached a turning point while banks are worried a price slide of 20 percent could trigger panic selling. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION)


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