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Zimbabwean commercial famer Tommy Bayley rides an old bicycle ahead of war veterans and villagers who invaded his farm Danbury Park 30 km's northwest of Harare to an abandoned house to use as temporary shelter April 8, 2000. Zimbabwe was thrown into turmoil in February when Mugabe's supporters and self-styled veterans of the 1970s war of liberation invaded white-owned farms, demanding land they said had been illegally taken away by colonisers. REUTERS
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Zimbabwean commercial famer Tommy Bayley rides an old bicycle ahead of war veterans and villagers who invaded his farm Danbury Park 30 km's northwest of Harare to an abandoned house to use as temporary shelter April 8, 2000. Zimbabwe was thrown into turmoil in February when Mugabe's supporters and self-styled veterans of the 1970s war of liberation invaded white-owned farms, demanding land they said had been illegally taken away by colonisers. REUTERS

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (R) jokingly pushes Palestinian President Yasser Arafat (C) into the Laurel cabin on the grounds of Camp David as U.S. President Bill Clinton watches during peace talks, July 11, 2000. Arafat and Barak were insisting that the other proceed through the door first. Camp David is the venue where Egypt and Israel made peace in September 1978, and the Laurel cabin was the site of many of the meetings. REUTERS
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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (R) jokingly pushes Palestinian President Yasser Arafat (C) into the Laurel cabin on the grounds of Camp David as U.S. President Bill Clinton watches during peace talks, July 11, 2000. Arafat and Barak were insisting that the other proceed through the door first. Camp David is the venue where Egypt and Israel made peace in September 1978, and the Laurel cabin was the site of many of the meetings. REUTERS

Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport, July 25, 2000. The crash killed at least 110 people. The photo was taken by a Hungarian plane spotter whilst on holiday travelling across Europe.
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Flames come out of the Air France Concorde seconds before it crashed in Gonesse near Paris Roissy airport, July 25, 2000. The crash killed at least 110 people. The photo was taken by a Hungarian plane spotter whilst on holiday travelling across Europe.

An Israeli Border Policeman and a Palestinian scream at each other face to face in the Old City of Jerusalem October 13, 2000 as the Palestinian is refused entry to the al-Aqsa mosque for Friday prayers. Israeli security forces prevented thousands of Palestinians from attending Friday prayers over concern for continued unrest and clashes following the prayers due to the increased tensions and fighting in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Amit Shabi
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An Israeli Border Policeman and a Palestinian scream at each other face to face in the Old City of Jerusalem October 13, 2000 as the Palestinian is refused entry to the al-Aqsa mosque for Friday prayers. Israeli security forces prevented thousands of Palestinians from attending Friday prayers over concern for continued unrest and clashes following the prayers due to the increased tensions and fighting in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Amit Shabi

Palestinians run to escape, while one crawls, as Israeli soldiers fire teargas during Palestinian-Israeli clashes in the south Gaza Strip town of Khan Yones October 20, 2000. The ongoing conflict in Isreal has so far this year seen 281 Palestinians killed. REUTERS
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Palestinians run to escape, while one crawls, as Israeli soldiers fire teargas during Palestinian-Israeli clashes in the south Gaza Strip town of Khan Yones October 20, 2000. The ongoing conflict in Isreal has so far this year seen 281 Palestinians killed. REUTERS

Broward County Canvassing Board member, Judge Robert Rosenberg, stares at a dimpled punchcard ballot November 23, 2000 as the board begins counting the county's ballots that were considered questionable. After review by the three member panel, the vote went to Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush. Gore is in the final stages of a legal challenge to wrest the presidency away from Bush. REUTERS
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Broward County Canvassing Board member, Judge Robert Rosenberg, stares at a dimpled punchcard ballot November 23, 2000 as the board begins counting the county's ballots that were considered questionable. After review by the three member panel, the vote went to Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush. Gore is in the final stages of a legal challenge to wrest the presidency away from Bush. REUTERS

A young Palestinian protester is arrested by Israeli border police in Jerusalem's Old City, April 6, 2001 after clashes broke out following Friday's Muslim prayers. As Israel prepared for the weeklong Passover holiday, commemorating the biblical exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, the militant Islamic Jihad group vowed to avenge the killing of one of its West Bank leaders. REUTERS /Evelyn Hockstein
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A young Palestinian protester is arrested by Israeli border police in Jerusalem's Old City, April 6, 2001 after clashes broke out following Friday's Muslim prayers. As Israel prepared for the weeklong Passover holiday, commemorating the biblical exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, the militant Islamic Jihad group vowed to avenge the killing of one of its West Bank leaders. REUTERS /Evelyn Hockstein

An Iranian boy sits among women during morning prayers in a mosque in suburbs of Tehran May 24, 2001. Iranian President Mohammad Khatami pledged on Wednesday to press on with his drive to reform the Islamic Republic after June 8 presidential elections, despite bitter opposition from the conservative establishment. REUTERS
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An Iranian boy sits among women during morning prayers in a mosque in suburbs of Tehran May 24, 2001. Iranian President Mohammad Khatami pledged on Wednesday to press on with his drive to reform the Islamic Republic after June 8 presidential elections, despite bitter opposition from the conservative establishment. REUTERS

Riot police storm past a dead protester who has been shot and killed by Carabiniere during rioting in central Genoa July 20, 2001. Police fired tear gas and used water cannon in an attempt to disperse thousands of protesters demonstrating against the G8 summit. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Riot police storm past a dead protester who has been shot and killed by Carabiniere during rioting in central Genoa July 20, 2001. Police fired tear gas and used water cannon in an attempt to disperse thousands of protesters demonstrating against the G8 summit. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Am American flag flies near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York, September 11, 2001. Planes crashed into each of the two towers, causing them to collapse. REUTERS/Peter Morgan
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Am American flag flies near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York, September 11, 2001. Planes crashed into each of the two towers, causing them to collapse. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

Rescue workers carry fatally injured New York City Fire Department Chaplain, Father Mychal Judge, from one of the World Trade Center towers in New York City, early September 11, 2001. Both towers were hit by planes crashing into the buildings and collapsed a short time later. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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Rescue workers carry fatally injured New York City Fire Department Chaplain, Father Mychal Judge, from one of the World Trade Center towers in New York City, early September 11, 2001. Both towers were hit by planes crashing into the buildings and collapsed a short time later. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Smoke from the remains of New York's World Trade Center shrouds lower Manhattan as a lone seagull flies overhead in a photograph taken across New York Harbor from Jersey City, New Jersey September 12, 2001. Each of the twin towers were hit by hijacked airliners and collapsed in one of numerous acts of terrorism directed at the United States on September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine
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Smoke from the remains of New York's World Trade Center shrouds lower Manhattan as a lone seagull flies overhead in a photograph taken across New York Harbor from Jersey City, New Jersey September 12, 2001. Each of the twin towers were hit by hijacked airliners and collapsed in one of numerous acts of terrorism directed at the United States on September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

Northern Alliance fighters ride on a T-62 tank past a dead body on the motorway 3 km north of Kabul, as Northern Alliance fighters approached the Afghan capital, November 13, 2001. Forces of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance entered Kabul on Tuesday after Taliban forces fled the capital, and were greeted by civilians. REUTERS
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Northern Alliance fighters ride on a T-62 tank past a dead body on the motorway 3 km north of Kabul, as Northern Alliance fighters approached the Afghan capital, November 13, 2001. Forces of the anti-Taliban Northern Alliance entered Kabul on Tuesday after Taliban forces fled the capital, and were greeted by civilians. REUTERS

A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after 5 years of Taliban Sharia law as she waits at a food distribution centre in central Kabul November 14, 2001. Under its strict interpretation of Islam, the Taliban ordered all women hidden behind head-to-toe burqas. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after 5 years of Taliban Sharia law as she waits at a food distribution centre in central Kabul November 14, 2001. Under its strict interpretation of Islam, the Taliban ordered all women hidden behind head-to-toe burqas. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

Turkey named "Liberty" surprises President George W. Bush at the annual turkey pardoning event at the White House, three days ahead of Thanksgiving, November 19, 2001. The fortunate bird will spend the rest of his days on a farm in Virginia. With the president are turkey industry representatives Jeff Radford (L) and Stuart Proctor. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Turkey named "Liberty" surprises President George W. Bush at the annual turkey pardoning event at the White House, three days ahead of Thanksgiving, November 19, 2001. The fortunate bird will spend the rest of his days on a farm in Virginia. With the president are turkey industry representatives Jeff Radford (L) and Stuart Proctor. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Entertainer and popstar Michael Jackson holds an unidentified child, covered with a towel, as he looks down to fans out of a window after he arrived at a Berlin hotel November 19, 2002. Michael Jackson was in Berlin to be awarded with the prestigious Bambi 2002 media award for his lifetime achievement. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
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Entertainer and popstar Michael Jackson holds an unidentified child, covered with a towel, as he looks down to fans out of a window after he arrived at a Berlin hotel November 19, 2002. Michael Jackson was in Berlin to be awarded with the prestigious Bambi 2002 media award for his lifetime achievement. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

Israel - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tries to look through binoculars which still have their lenses caps on near Tel Aviv, January 7, 2003. REUTERS
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Israel - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tries to look through binoculars which still have their lenses caps on near Tel Aviv, January 7, 2003. REUTERS

Unidentified bodies lie on a street in the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza Strip early March 6, 2003. Israeli forces killed at least 11 Palestinians and injured more than 140, including some torn apart by a tank shell, in a major raid in the Gaza Strip on Thursday after a suicide bomber killed 15 people in Israel yesterday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
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Unidentified bodies lie on a street in the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza Strip early March 6, 2003. Israeli forces killed at least 11 Palestinians and injured more than 140, including some torn apart by a tank shell, in a major raid in the Gaza Strip on Thursday after a suicide bomber killed 15 people in Israel yesterday. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

An Iraqi woman watches U.N. weapons inspectors leave Saddam airport in Baghdad March 18, 2003. Weapons inspectors left Iraq by plane on Tuesday after the United Nations told them to cut short their hunt for hidden weapons of mass destruction ahead of a likely U.S.-led invasion. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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An Iraqi woman watches U.N. weapons inspectors leave Saddam airport in Baghdad March 18, 2003. Weapons inspectors left Iraq by plane on Tuesday after the United Nations told them to cut short their hunt for hidden weapons of mass destruction ahead of a likely U.S.-led invasion. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman HM1 Richard Barnett, assigned to the 1st Marine Division, holds an Iraqi child in central Iraq in this March 29, 2003 file photo. Confused front line crossfire ripped apart an Iraqi family after local soldiers appeared to force civilians towards positions held by U.S. Marines. March 20 marks the one year anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. led war against Iraq. The war started on March 20 Baghdad local time, March 19 Washington D.C. local time. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman HM1 Richard Barnett, assigned to the 1st Marine Division, holds an Iraqi child in central Iraq in this March 29, 2003 file photo. Confused front line crossfire ripped apart an Iraqi family after local soldiers appeared to force civilians towards positions held by U.S. Marines. March 20 marks the one year anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. led war against Iraq. The war started on March 20 Baghdad local time, March 19 Washington D.C. local time. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six meters) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six meters) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

A mourner wearing a mask to ward off SARS hides under an umbrella during the funeral of SARS doctor Tse Yuen-man in Hong Kong May 22, 2003. Tse, the first front-line doctor to be killed by the disease in the territory, was given the highest honors at her funeral and was buried in Gallant Garden, a cemetry reserved for residents who perish in the line of duty. The deadly virus has infected 1,719 people and killed 255 since it swept into the congested territory. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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A mourner wearing a mask to ward off SARS hides under an umbrella during the funeral of SARS doctor Tse Yuen-man in Hong Kong May 22, 2003. Tse, the first front-line doctor to be killed by the disease in the territory, was given the highest honors at her funeral and was buried in Gallant Garden, a cemetry reserved for residents who perish in the line of duty. The deadly virus has infected 1,719 people and killed 255 since it swept into the congested territory. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Drowned African immigrants lie on the coast in Fuerteventura, one of the Spanish Canary Islands off the coast of Morocco August 1, 2003. Six immigrants drowned, when their flimsy boat ran aground and 15 others disappeared on Thursday when their boat capsized six miles offshore. Fuerteventura is the nearest of the Canary Islands to the African coast and traffickers habitually head for its shores from launching points in southern Morocco, packing their passengers into overloaded boats. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Drowned African immigrants lie on the coast in Fuerteventura, one of the Spanish Canary Islands off the coast of Morocco August 1, 2003. Six immigrants drowned, when their flimsy boat ran aground and 15 others disappeared on Thursday when their boat capsized six miles offshore. Fuerteventura is the nearest of the Canary Islands to the African coast and traffickers habitually head for its shores from launching points in southern Morocco, packing their passengers into overloaded boats. REUTERS/Juan Medina

Saddam Hussein is filmed after his capture in this footage released December 14, 2003. U.S. troops captured Saddam Hussein near his home town of Tikrit announced U.S. administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer on Sunday, in a major coup for Washington's beleaguered occupation force in Iraq. REUTERS/Handout
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Saddam Hussein is filmed after his capture in this footage released December 14, 2003. U.S. troops captured Saddam Hussein near his home town of Tikrit announced U.S. administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer on Sunday, in a major coup for Washington's beleaguered occupation force in Iraq. REUTERS/Handout

A man carries two brothers who were killed when their home collapsed during an earthquake in Bam December 27, 2003. International rescue workers hacked desperately through flattened debris for survivors and cemeteries overflowed in Iran's ancient Silk Road city of Bam after an earthquake that killed more than 20,000 people. REUTERS/Caren Firouz
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A man carries two brothers who were killed when their home collapsed during an earthquake in Bam December 27, 2003. International rescue workers hacked desperately through flattened debris for survivors and cemeteries overflowed in Iran's ancient Silk Road city of Bam after an earthquake that killed more than 20,000 people. REUTERS/Caren Firouz

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