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A crawler crane destroys counterfeit Le Corbusier furniture in Vernier near Geneva, Switzerland. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Denis Balibouse


A worker collects one of the 6,000 counterfeit DVDs near a shred truck after being seized by Belgian police in Tournai, Belgium. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Francois Lenoir



Government officials look on as pirated publications, including DVDs, CDs etc, are placed on the ground before being destroyed, during a campaign against piracy in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Jon Woo



Fake Champagne originating from the United States on route to Africa are destroyed in the port of Antwerp, Belgium. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Francois Lenoir



Officials from Thailand’s Department of Intellectual Property and police force destroy counterfeit goods in Pathum Thani province, on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Chaiwat Subprasom



A customer looks through a catalogue of fake foreign brand handbags in a store at Baiyun World Leather Market in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, China. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Siu Chiu



Counterfeit goods are displayed as Lam Yau-tak, commander of Intellectual Property Division from Customs and Excise Department, speaks during a news conference in Hong Kong, China. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Bobby Yip



A portion of the seized counterfeit iPhone rear panels, phone covers, and chargers with a street value of approximately $250,000 is seen in Los Angeles, USA. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Ho New



Peruvian Health Ministry workers observe seized counterfeit pills through a magnifying glass in Lima, Peru. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Mariana Bazo



A police officer displays seized counterfeit dollars for the media, in Cali, Colombia. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Jaime Saldarriaga



Police officers shows counterfeit U.S. dollar bills hidden in a bag during a news conference in Lima, Peru. Reuters Archive.

Photo by STRINGER Peru



Bank Indonesia officials throw bundles of counterfeit money into a grinding machine for destruction, at Bank Indonesia headquarters in Jakarta, Indonesia. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Beawiharta Beawiharta



U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (L), Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (C), and U.S. Secret Service Deputy Director Keith Prewitt watch a video debuting the new design for the US$100 note at the Department of the Treasury in Washington, USA. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Jim Young



Poll worker Kenny Smith hands a sticker to a voter on Super Tuesday in Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Nick Oxford



Fourteen-year-old Ahmed Ayman, who lives in a small village in the North of Egypt’s Nile Delta, trains his donkey, Rihanna, to jump obstacles like many have done over the years with Equestrian jumping, in Mansoura, Egypt. Reuters Archive.

Photo by Mohamed Abd El Ghany


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