Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Engineer Lars Rasmussen answer questions at an event at Facebook's Headquarters office in Menlo Park, California on January 15, 2012. Today, Facebook announced the limited beta release of Graph Search, a feature that will create a new way for people to navigate connections. AFP Photo Josh Edelson
Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen pauses during the UK Nordic Baltic Summit, at Downing Street, on January 20, 2011 in London, England. Leaders from UK, Iceland, Lithuania, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Norway and Denmark gathered for the two-day summit to discuss boosting economic growth, enterprise and job creation.
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Danish Prime Minister Lars Rasmussen speaks to delegates at the opening ceremony of the High Level Segment of The United Nations Climate Change Conference on December 15, 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Politicians and environmentalists are meeting for the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 that runs until December 18. Some of the participating nation's leaders will attend the last days of the summit.
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Facebook Director of Product Management Tom Stocky, Engineer Lars Rasmussen and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg introduce Graph Search features during a presentation January 15, 2013 in Menlo Park, California. Facebook announced a search function that works within the website and allows users to search content that people have shared with you or is public.
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Solrun Jakupsdottir Loekke Rasmussen and Danish Prime minister , Lars Loekke Rasmussen attends Queen Margrethe 70th Birthday Celebrations - Day 1 on April 13, 2010 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen of Denmark talk in the Oval Office during a photo opportunity at the White House March 14, 2011 in Washington, DC. According to the White House, the two leaders discussed counterterrorism, the situation in the Middle East, economic and environmental issues and 'the situation in Afghanistan, where more than 700 Danish combat troops as well as police and army training teams are serving in Helmand Province.'
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Former Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Lokke Rasmussen is pictured as he looks at flowers outside the cultural center 'Kruttoende' in Copenhagen on February 15, 2015 following two fatal attacks on February 14, 2015 in the Danish capital, a month after the Paris attacks. Copenhagen police said they believe a man shot dead by officers was responsible for two fatal attacks starting at a cultural centre during a panel discussion about Islam and free speech on Saturday attended by the Swedish cartoonist behind controversial caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. In the second attack, a Jewish man was killed and two police officers were wounded outside Copenhagen's main synagogue early Sunday. The alleged author was shot in a police action tihs morning. AFP PHOTO / CLAUS BJORN LARSEN