Clients order their meal at a Burger King store in Saint-Lazare railway station in Paris, on December 16, 2013, on its inauguration day. It is the fourth Burger King store to open its doors in France (the first in Paris), since the group returned in the country, last year. AFP PHOTO / THOMAS SAMSON
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Burger King mascot, The King poses in the green room during the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Show at Super Bowl XL February 3, 2006 at the Gem Theatre in Detroit, Michigan.
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A burger King sign stands next to competitor McDonalds along the main street through downtown February 1, 2006 in Belvidere, Illinois. The restaurant chain's parents company Burger King Holdings Inc. said today it plans to sell shares to the public for the first time in the chain's 52-year history
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Cuban Julio Ramirez (C), chairman of Burger King for Latin America and the Caribbean, gestures while eating a hamburger alongside Indian Nish Kankiwala (R), chairman of Burger King International Corporation and Brazilian Luiz Eduardo Batalha (L), chairman of BGK do Brasil -an investors' consortium group which will operate the Burger King in Brazil- during the launching of their first fast food restaurant 23 November, 2004 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Second largest burger restaurant chain worldwide, U.S. Burger King announced its first franchised restaurant of 50 restaurants planned for Sao Paulo State in the next five years, creating approximately 3.000 direct new jobs with investment around U$ 20 million dollars. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA
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As US Army soldiers in background place their orders, workers prepare food at a Burger King take out restaurant in the army base set up at Saddam International Airport 14 July, 2003, in Baghdad. Coalition forces have renamed it Baghdad International Airport. If June saw a spike in ambush-style attacks against Americans, it also witnessed the army open its first Burger King and beef up the merchandise at its shopping centre to provide soldiers with the creature comforts of home. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA
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Israelis wait under Hebrew-language menus for their meals at a Burger King restaurant February 7, 2003 in the central Israeli town of Petah Tikva, a day after the Israeli operators of the international fast food chain were awarded local court protection from their creditors after running up debts of 83 million Israeli Shekels, or more than $17 million USD. Burger King Israel told the court it blames its problems on Israel's deteriorating economic and security environment.
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A man eats his lunch at a Burger King restaurant December 13, 2002 in London. Diageo PLC, the world's largest liquor company, has finalized the sale of its chain of fast-food outlets to a private consortium led by Texas Pacific in a deal worth $1.5 billion USD.