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Thursday's graphics:

AUSTRALIA'S GILLARD

Graphic mapping a profile of Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who was re-elected unopposed in a Labor party leadership ballot Thursday.

Text slug: Australia-politics-vote

45 x 85 mm

Available now

NORTH KOREA MISSILES

Graphic showing North Korea's suspected missile arsenal. Pyongyang on Thursday threatened a possible strike against US military bases in Japan, in response to the use of US B-52 bombers in military drills with South Korea.

Text slug: NKorea-SKorea-military-Japan-US

90 x 175 mm

Available now

MYANMAR UNREST

Graphic locating Meiktila in central Myanmar, where two people died and several mosques were destroyed after a riot broke out on Wednesday, police said.

Text slug: Myanmar-unrest-religion

45 x 88 mm

Available now

AUSTRALIA ADOPTIONS

Graphic showing official data on Australian adoptions since the 1950s. Australia on Thursday apologised for the brutal and often illegal forced adoption of tens of thousands of babies born between the 1950s and 1970s.

Text slug: Australia-politics-women-adoptions

90 x 62 mm

Available now

CAMBODIA CREMATION

Graphic mapping a profile of ex-Khmer Rouge leader Ieng Sary, who is expected to be cremated Thursday, a week after he died while facing a UN-back tribunal for war crimes and genocide.

Text slug: Cambodia-UN-trial-funeral

45 x 70 mm

Available now

JAPAN TRADE

Graphic charting Japan's trade deficit, down $8.1 billion (777.5 billion yen) in February, according to government figures released Thursday.

Text slug: Japan-economy

45 x 60 mm

Available now

CHINA AFRICA TRADE

Graphic charting China-Africa trade 2001-2012, ahead of a visit by China's new president Xi Jinping to the continent this weekend.

Text slug: China-Africa-diplomacy-trade-Xi

90 x 60 mm

Available now

CHINA MANUFACTURING

Graphic showing China's purchasing managers' index which showed an improvement in manufacturing activity in March, according to preliminary data released by HSBC Thursday.

Text slug: China-economy-manufacturing

90 x 78 mm

Available now

GREAT WHITE SHARKS

Graphic fact file on the world's largest predatory fish, the great white shark. An Australian study has shown that the species eats three to four times more food than previously throught.

Text slug: Australia-environment-wildlife-sharks

130 mm wide

Available by 0800 GMT

ASIA-PACIFIC MARKETS 1

Closings for Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul stock markets Thursday.

Text slug: Stocks

45 x 60 mm

Available by 0700 GMT

ASIA-PACIFIC MARKETS 2

Closings for key Asia-Pacific stock markets Thursday.

Text slug: Stocks

90 x 85 mm

Available by 1030 GMT

Still available:

OBAMA MIDEAST TOUR

Graphic showing the itinerary for US President Barack Obama on his visit to the Middle East.

Text slug: Israel-Palestinians-US-Obama-diplomacy

91 x 114 mm

CYPRUS BANK DEPOSITS

Graphic showing a breakdown of bank deposits in Cyprus according to owners' registered residence, plus a comparison to GDP.

Text slug: Cyprus-EU-economy-finance

90 x 65 mm, 45 x 62 mm

Also available:

CYPRUS ECONOMY 90 x 138 mm

EUROZONE ECONOMY 90 x 110 mm

Moved earlier:

CHINA CYBER ATTACK 130 x 190 mm

MIDDLE EAST MAP 90 x 80 mm

WORLD ARMS TRADE 90 x 112 mm

BIGGEST ARMS EXPORTERS 90 x 130 mm

US GUNS 130 x 135 mm

CHINA-RUSSIA TRADE 45 x 60 mm

MALI KIDNAPPING 45 x 60 mm

CHINA SUNTECH 90 x 51 mm

FORMULA 1 MALAYSIA 90 x 81 mm

MINKE WHALES 130 x 202 mm

GIANT SQUID 90 x 95 mm

IRAQ 10-YEAR TOLL 130 x 85 mm

IRAQ 10 YEARS KURDS AND OIL 90 x 95 mm

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