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POY 2007

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POY 2007 October - Austria
POY 2007 October - Austria
SOCCER-AUSTRIA/
RTR1UGTP
October 01, 2007
UEFA President Michel Platini holds a ball during a visit at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna October...
Vienna, Austria
UEFA President Platini holds a ball during a visit at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna
UEFA President Michel Platini holds a ball during a visit at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna October 1, 2007. Switzerland and Austria are co-hosting the Euro 2008 soccer tournament June 7-29. Seven games including the final will be played in Vienna on June 8, 12, 16, 20, 22, 26 and 29. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SOCCER-AUSTRIA/
RTR1UGTW
October 01, 2007
UEFA President Michel Platini kicks a ball next to Vienna's Mayor Michael Haeupl during a visit at the...
Vienna, Austria
UEFA President Platini kicks a ball next to Vienna's Mayor Haeupl during a visit at the Ernst Happel...
UEFA President Michel Platini kicks a ball next to Vienna's Mayor Michael Haeupl during a visit at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna October 1, 2007. Switzerland and Austria are co-hosting the Euro 2008 soccer tournament June 7-29. Seven games including the final will be played in Vienna on June 8, 12, 16, 20, 22, 26 and 29. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ARREST/
RTR1UH6C
October 01, 2007
Austria police look at the remains of a rucksack filled with explosives in Vienna October 1, 2007. Austrian...
Vienna, Austria
Austria police look at the remains of a rucksack filled with explosives in Vienna
Austria police look at the remains of a rucksack filled with explosives in Vienna October 1, 2007. Austrian police arrested a Bosnian man on Monday after he tried to enter the U.S. embassy in Vienna carrying a rucksack with explosives, a police spokeswoman said. The man ran away from the embassy after his rucksack triggered metal detectors at the entrance. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
SOCCER-AUSTRIA/
RTR1UI1R
October 02, 2007
UEFA President Michel Platini speaks during a news conference at the Tivoli stadium in Innsbruck, October...
Innsbruck, Austria
UEFA President Platini speaks during a news conference at the Tivoli stadium in Innsbruck
UEFA President Michel Platini speaks during a news conference at the Tivoli stadium in Innsbruck, October 2, 2007. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA
RTR1UKIH
October 04, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer (R), First Lady Margit Fischer (L) former Chancellor Franz Vranitzky...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian President Fischer First Lady Margit former Chancellor Vranitzky and his wife Christine pose...
Austrian President Heinz Fischer (R), First Lady Margit Fischer (L) former Chancellor Franz Vranitzky and his wife Christine pose for photographers on the occasion of Vranitzky's 70th birthday in the Presidential office in Vienna October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ECB/
RTR1UKLP
October 04, 2007
European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet gestures during a news conference after an ECB Council...
Vienna, Austria
European Central Bank President Trichet gestures during a news conference after an ECB Council meeting...
European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet gestures during a news conference after an ECB Council meeting in Vienna October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SOCCER-EUROPE/AUSTRIA
RTR1UOB2
October 07, 2007
Austria Vienna's David Lafata (L) challenges Ried's Christoph Jank during their Austrian league soccer...
Vienna, Austria
Austria Vienna's David Lafata challenges Ried's Christoph Jank during their Austrian league soccer match...
Austria Vienna's David Lafata (L) challenges Ried's Christoph Jank during their Austrian league soccer match in Vienna October 7, 2007. REUTERS/Robert Zolles (AUSTRIA)
STRABAG-IPO/
RTR1UPEY
October 08, 2007
Hans-Peter Haselsteiner, chief executive of Austrian builder Strabag, addresses a news conference in...
Vienna, Austria
Hans-Peter Haselsteiner, chief executive of Austrian builder Strabag, addresses a news conference in...
Hans-Peter Haselsteiner, chief executive of Austrian builder Strabag, addresses a news conference in Vienna October 8, 2007. Strabag kicked off its initial public offering of up to 1.35 billion euros ($1.9 billion) worth shares on Monday to underpin growth in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1UQG0
October 09, 2007
The head of Austrian Green Party Alexander Van der Bellen listens to journalists questions during a news...
Vienna, Austria
The head of Austrian Green Party Van der Bellen listens to journalists questions in Vienna
The head of Austrian Green Party Alexander Van der Bellen listens to journalists questions during a news conference in Vienna October 9, 2007. Sign reads "right of residence now!". REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/
RTR1UU8J
October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, reacts during a news conference in Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went...
UNGENACH, Austria
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj reacts during a news conference in Ungenach
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, reacts during a news conference in Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM
RTR1UU78
October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, (R) receives a hug from her aunt Florije Osmanof upon her arrival for...
UNGENACH, Austria
Arigona Zogaj gets a hug from her aunt Osmanof in front of the Roman Catholic rectory of Ungenach
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, (R) receives a hug from her aunt Florije Osmanof upon her arrival for a news conference in front of the Roman Catholic rectory of Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. The Zogaj case has created a big debate in Austria about the deportation of well-integrated foreigners who seek asylum. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM
RTR1UU7T
October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, (R) receives a hug from her aunt Florije Osmanof upon her arrival for...
UNGENACH, Austria
Arigona Zogaj gets a hug from her aunt Osmanof in front of the Roman Catholic rectory of Ungenach
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, (R) receives a hug from her aunt Florije Osmanof upon her arrival for a news conference in front of the Roman Catholic rectory of Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. The Zogaj case has created a big debate in Austria about the deportation of well-integrated foreigners who seek asylum. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/
RTR1UUAY
October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, listens to a journalist's question during a news conference in Ungenach...
UNGENACH, Austria
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj attends a news conference in Ungenach
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, listens to a journalist's question during a news conference in Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/
RTR1UU9C
October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, waves goodbye as she enters the rectory after a news conference in Ungenach...
UNGENACH, Austria
Kosovo girl Zogaj waves goodbye as she enters the rectory in Ungenach
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, waves goodbye as she enters the rectory after a news conference in Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/GIRL
RTR1UYY6
October 16, 2007
Arigona Zogaj (C) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, is hugged by a classmate as she arrives at the yard of her...
VOECKLAMARKT, Austria
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj is hugged by a classmate as she arrives at school in Voecklamarkt
Arigona Zogaj (C) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, is hugged by a classmate as she arrives at the yard of her school in Voecklamarkt October 16, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding three weeks ago to avoid being deported with her father and four siblings who were expelled after living more than five years in Austria. The deportation of the ethnic Albanian family has triggered a debate about deporting foreigners who integrate only to lose appeals for asylum. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/GIRL
RTR1UYYD
October 16, 2007
Arigona Zogaj (C) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, smiles as she takes her chair in her classroom at a school...
VOECKLAMARKT, Austria
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj smiles as she arrives at a school in Voecklamarkt
Arigona Zogaj (C) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, smiles as she takes her chair in her classroom at a school in Voecklamarkt October 16, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding three weeks ago to avoid being deported with her father and four siblings who were expelled after living more than five years in Austria. The deportation of the ethnic Albanian family has triggered a debate about deporting foreigners who integrate only to lose appeals for asylum. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/GIRL
RTR1UYXC
October 16, 2007
Arigona Zogaj (R), a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, waves to her classmates as she arrives at the yard of her...
VOECKLAMARKT, Austria
Arigona Zogaj waves to her classmate as she arrives at a schoolyard in Voecklamarkt
Arigona Zogaj (R), a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, waves to her classmates as she arrives at the yard of her school in Voecklamarkt with reverend Josef Friedl (L) October 16, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding three weeks ago to avoid being deported with her father and four siblings who were expelled after living more than five years in Austria. The deportation of the ethnic Albanian family has triggered a debate about deporting foreigners who integrate only to lose appeals for asylum. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/GIRL
RTR1UYYF
October 16, 2007
Arigona Zogaj, a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, reacts as she arrives at her school in Voecklamarkt October...
VOECKLAMARKT, Austria
Arigona Zogaj reacts as she arrives at a school in Voecklamarkt
Arigona Zogaj, a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, reacts as she arrives at her school in Voecklamarkt October 16, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding three weeks ago to avoid being deported with her father and four siblings who were expelled after living more than five years in Austria. The deportation of the ethnic Albanian family has triggered a debate about deporting foreigners who integrate only to lose appeals for asylum. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ASYLUM/GIRL
RTR1UYXN
October 16, 2007
Arigona Zogaj (R) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, receives flowers from her classmates as she arrives at the...
VOECKLAMARKT, Austria
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj is welcomed by her classmates at a school in Voecklamarkt
Arigona Zogaj (R) a 15 year-old Kosovo girl, receives flowers from her classmates as she arrives at the her school in Voecklamarkt October 16, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding three weeks ago to avoid being deported with her father and four siblings who were expelled after living more than five years in Austria. The deportation of the ethnic Albanian family has triggered a debate about deporting foreigners who integrate only to lose appeals for asylum. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1V02T
October 17, 2007
Suspended Vienna police chief Roland Horngacher arrives for proceedings in his trial on malversation...
Vienna, Austria
Suspended Vienna police chief Horngacher arrives for proceedings of his trial on malversation in a court...
Suspended Vienna police chief Roland Horngacher arrives for proceedings in his trial on malversation in a court in Vienna October 17, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1V02V
October 17, 2007
Suspended Vienna police chief Roland Horngacher arrives for proceedings of his trial on malversation...
Vienna, Austria
Suspended Vienna police chief Horngacher arrives for proceedings of his trial on malversation in a court...
Suspended Vienna police chief Roland Horngacher arrives for proceedings of his trial on malversation in a court in Vienna October 17, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SOCCER-FRIENDLY/AUSTRIA
RTR1V17U
October 17, 2007
Austria's Andreas Ivanschitz reacts after scoring during their friendly soccer against Cote d'Ivoire...
Innsbruck, Austria
Austria's Ivanschitz reacts after scoring during their friendly soccer against Cote d'Ivoire at the Tivoli...
Austria's Andreas Ivanschitz reacts after scoring during their friendly soccer against Cote d'Ivoire at the Tivoli stadium in Innsbruck, October 17, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
SOCCER-AUSTRIA/
RTR1V3B8
October 19, 2007
Picture shows the Karlskirche church in Vienna, October 17, 2007. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Herbert...
Vienna, Austria
Picture shows the Karlskirche church in Vienna
Picture shows the Karlskirche church in Vienna, October 17, 2007. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
ALPINESKIING/SNOWBOARD
RTR1V5UU
October 21, 2007
Austria's Marion Kreiner reacts after winning the women's parallel giant slalom race at the FIS Snowboard...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Kreiner reacts after winning the women's parallel giant slalom race at the FIS Snowboard World...
Austria's Marion Kreiner reacts after winning the women's parallel giant slalom race at the FIS Snowboard World Cup in Soelden, October 21, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1V843
October 23, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer (2nd R) and State Secretary Reinhold Lopatka (R) address a news...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Chancellor Gusenbauer and State Secretary Lopatka address a news conference in Vienna
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer (2nd R) and State Secretary Reinhold Lopatka (R) address a news conference on the EURO 2008 soccer championships, in Vienna October 23, 2007. (EURO 2008 PREVIEW) REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1V9ZA
October 24, 2007
Former Vice President of the U.S. and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Al Gore delivers a speech during the...
Vienna, Austria
Former Vice President of the U.S. and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Al Gore delivers a speech during the...
Former Vice President of the U.S. and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Al Gore delivers a speech during the 'mobile.futuretalk' event in Vienna October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VA09
October 24, 2007
Austrian skier Nicole Hosp poses with her Austrian Female Athlete of the Year Award in Vienna October...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian skier Nicole Hosp poses with her Austrian Female Athlete of the Year Award in Vienna
Austrian skier Nicole Hosp poses with her Austrian Female Athlete of the Year Award in Vienna October 24, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VCGQ
October 26, 2007
Austrian Defence Minister Norbert Darabos, Vice Chancellor Wilhelm Molterer, Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Defence Minister Darabos, Vice Chancellor Molterer, Chancellor Gusenbauer and President Fischer...
Austrian Defence Minister Norbert Darabos, Vice Chancellor Wilhelm Molterer, Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer and President Heinz Fischer review recruits during their inauguration on occasion of Austria's National Holiday (Nationalfeiertag) celebrations in Vienna October 26, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VCKP
October 26, 2007
Franziska Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter, holds a box with...
Linz, Austria
Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter holds a box with a bone fragment...
Franziska Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter, holds a box with a bone fragment of Franz Jaegerstaetter inside during the beatification for her husband at St. Mary's Cathedral in Linz October 26, 2007. Jaegerstaetter, who was conscripted three times, refused to perform military service with a weapon, asking instead to be allowed to serve as a paramedic. The request was denied and he was beheaded on August 9, 1943 for refusing to fight for Nazi Germany. Some 54 years after his execution, the verdict on Jaegerstaetter was annulled by the District Court of Berlin. Jaegersteatter will be beatified by the Roman Catholic church in Linz on Friday. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VCJD
October 26, 2007
Franziska Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter, smiles at the beginning...
Linz, Austria
Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter smiles at the beginning of the...
Franziska Jaegerstaetter of Austria, the 94 year old widow of Franz Jaegerstaetter, smiles at the beginning of the beatification for her husband at St. Mary's Cathedral in Linz October 26, 2007. Jaegerstaetter, who was conscripted three times, refused to perform military service with a weapon, asking instead to be allowed to serve as a paramedic. The request was denied and he was beheaded on August 9, 1943 for refusing to fight for Nazi Germany. Some 54 years after his execution, the verdict on Jaegerstaetter was annulled by the District Court of Berlin. Jaegersteatter will be beatified by the Roman Catholic church in Linz on Friday. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VCMN
October 26, 2007
Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn (3rd L) Bishop Ludwig Schwarz (4th L) both of Austria and Cardinal Jose...
Linz, Austria
Beatification of Jaegerstaetter of Austria at St. Mary's Cathedral in Linz
Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn (3rd L) Bishop Ludwig Schwarz (4th L) both of Austria and Cardinal Jose Saraiva Martins (R) official representative of the Vatican, attend the beatification of Franz Jaegerstaetter who was executed for refusing to fight for Nazi Germany, at St. Mary's Cathedral in Linz October 26, 2007. Jaegerstaetter, who was conscripted three times, refused to perform military service with a weapon, asking instead to be allowed to serve as a paramedic. The request was denied and he was beheaded on August 9, 1943 for refusing to fight for Nazi Germany. Some 54 years after his execution, the verdict on Jaegerstaetter was annulled by the District Court of Berlin. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDJE
October 27, 2007
Finland's Tanja Poutiainen clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Finland's Poutiainen clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at...
Finland's Tanja Poutiainen clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDKG
October 27, 2007
Britain's Chemmy Alcott clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Britain's Alcott clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the...
Britain's Chemmy Alcott clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDL7
October 27, 2007
Austria's Marlies Schild clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Schild clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the...
Austria's Marlies Schild clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDPI
October 27, 2007
Italy's Denise Karbon reacts after winning the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Soelden, Austria
Italy's Denise Karbon reacts after winning the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Italy's Denise Karbon reacts after winning the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDQV
October 27, 2007
Austria's Nicole Hosp clears a gate during her second run of the women's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Hosp clears a gate during her second run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the...
Austria's Nicole Hosp clears a gate during her second run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VDSC
October 27, 2007
Austrian skier Benjamin Raich (L) and former German national soccer player Hansi Mueller play soccer...
Soelden, Austria
Austrian skier Raich and former German national soccer player Mueller play soccer at the Rettenbachferner...
Austrian skier Benjamin Raich (L) and former German national soccer player Hansi Mueller play soccer on a piece of artificial grass at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VETV
October 28, 2007
Sweden's Nicklas Rainer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at...
Soelden, Austria
Sweden's Rainer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Sweden's Nicklas Rainer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VETS
October 28, 2007
Austria's Hermann Maier clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Maier clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Austria's Hermann Maier clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VEYZ
October 28, 2007
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal reacts after winning the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Soelden, Austria
Norway's Svindal reacts after winning the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier...
Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal reacts after winning the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VEV4
October 28, 2007
Austria's Philpp Schoerghofer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Schoerghofer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at...
Austria's Philpp Schoerghofer clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
ALPINE-SKIING/WORLD
RTR1VEUZ
October 28, 2007
Finland's Marcus Sandell clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Finland's Sandell clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the...
Finland's Marcus Sandell clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/LINZ
RTR1VF3Q
October 28, 2007
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia poses with traditionally dressed girls after winning her WTA Linz Open...
Linz, Austria
Hantuchova of Slovakia poses with traditionally dressed girls after winning her WTA Linz Open final tennis...
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia poses with traditionally dressed girls after winning her WTA Linz Open final tennis match against Patty Schnyder of Switzerland in Linz October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA
RTR1VG8U
October 29, 2007
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer delivers a speech during an event to discuss the future of Austrian...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Chancellor Gusenbauer delivers a speech during an event to discuss the future of Austrian sports...
Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer delivers a speech during an event to discuss the future of Austrian sports in Vienna October 29, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VH9U
October 30, 2007
Austrian Vice Chancellor Wilhelm Molterer (L) and Minister Claudia Schmied pass artworks by Chinese artist...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Vice Chancellor Molterer and Minister Schmied visit MUMOK museum in Vienna
Austrian Vice Chancellor Wilhelm Molterer (L) and Minister Claudia Schmied pass artworks by Chinese artist Fang Lijun during a photo call in Vienna's MUMOK museum of modern art on occasion of the exhibition "China facing reality" October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1VHAU
October 30, 2007
Austrian Green Party leader Alexander Van der Bellen briefs the media during a news conference in Vienna...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Green Party leader Van der Bellen briefs the media during a news conference in Vienna
Austrian Green Party leader Alexander Van der Bellen briefs the media during a news conference in Vienna October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-EGYPT/
RTR1V89C
October 23, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer poses for photographers during a visit at the Sphinx and the Pyramids...
Cairo, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer poses during a visit at the Pyramids of Giza near Cairo
Austrian President Heinz Fischer poses for photographers during a visit at the Sphinx and the Pyramids of Giza near the Egyptian capital of Cairo October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (Egypt)
AUSTRIA-EGYPT/
RTR1V894
October 23, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer gestures during a visit at the Pyramids of Giza near the Egyptian capital...
Cairo, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer gestures during a visit at the Pyramids of Giza near Cairo
Austrian President Heinz Fischer gestures during a visit at the Pyramids of Giza near the Egyptian capital of Cairo October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (Egypt)
AUSTRIA-EGYPT/
RTR1V7EO
October 22, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer looks at the sarcophagus of Tut Anch Amun as he visits the Egyptian...
Cairo, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer looks at the sarcophagus of Tut Anch Amun in Cairo
Austrian President Heinz Fischer looks at the sarcophagus of Tut Anch Amun as he visits the Egyptian National-Museum in Cairo October 22, 2007. Fischer is on an official visit to Egypt. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (EGYPT)
AUSTRIA-EGYPT/
RTR1V7EQ
October 22, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer points at the mask of Tut Anch Amun during a visit to the Egyptian National-Museum...
Cairo, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer points at the mask of Tut Anch Amun in Cairo
Austrian President Heinz Fischer points at the mask of Tut Anch Amun during a visit to the Egyptian National-Museum in Cairo October 22, 2007. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (EGYPT)
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October 22, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer (R) talks to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after reviewing a guard...
Cairo, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer talks to Egyptian President Mubarak in Cairo
Austrian President Heinz Fischer (R) talks to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after reviewing a guard of honour in the Presidential Palace in Cairo October 22, 2007. Fischer is on an official visit to Egypt. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
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October 21, 2007
Austrian President Heinz Fischer claps his hands as he stands in the Amphitheater in Alexandria October...
Alexandria, Egypt
Austrian President Fischer poses for photographers in Alexandria
Austrian President Heinz Fischer claps his hands as he stands in the Amphitheater in Alexandria October 21, 2007. Fischer arrived for a three day official visit to Egypt. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
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October 09, 2007
A girl holds a sign reading " are you seeing the suffering of children" during a demonstration against...
Vienna, Austria
A girl holds a sign during a demonstration against the deportation of asylum seeking families in Vienna...
A girl holds a sign reading " are you seeing the suffering of children" during a demonstration against the deportation of asylum-seeking families in Vienna October 9, 2007. A big debate in Austria started about the deportation of well-integrated foreigners who seek asylum after a family was deported from Austria late last month except for the 15 year old daughter Arigona, who went into hiding and sent a video to Austrian television threatening to commit suicide if the family was not reunited in Austria. Banner reads "Stop deportation". REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
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October 09, 2007
A girl holds a sign reading "its enough, (Interior Minister) Platter has to go. Stop deportation. Right...
Vienna, Austria
A girl holds a sign during a demonstration against the deportation of asylum seeking families in Vienna...
A girl holds a sign reading "its enough, (Interior Minister) Platter has to go. Stop deportation. Right of residence now. Abolish pending deportation" during a demonstration against the deportation of asylum-seeking families in Vienna October 9, 2007. A big debate in Austria started about the deportation of well-integrated foreigners who seek asylum after a family was deported from Austria late last month except for the 15 year old daughter Arigona, who went into hiding and sent a video to Austrian television threatening to commit suicide if the family was not reunited in Austria. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
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October 12, 2007
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, poses for photographers next to reverend Josef Friedl (L) at the start...
UNGENACH, Austria
Kosovo girl Zogaj and reverend Friedl pose for photogaphers at the beginning of a news conference in...
Kosovo girl Arigona Zogaj, 15, poses for photographers next to reverend Josef Friedl (L) at the start of a news conference in Ungenach October 12, 2007. Zogaj went into hiding two weeks ago and threatened suicide in a televised video unless she was reunited with five family members deported after more than five years in Austria. A priest has offered the ethnic Albanian girl sanctuary in his parish house and said she was no longer a suicide risk. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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October 27, 2007
Slovenia's Ana Drev clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at...
Soelden, Austria
Slovenia's Ana Drev clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at...
Slovenia's Ana Drev clears a gate during her first run of the women's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 27, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
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October 28, 2007
Austria's Benjamin Raich clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race...
Soelden, Austria
Austria's Raich clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner...
Austria's Benjamin Raich clears a gate during his first run of the men's giant slalom world cup race at the Rettenbachferner glacier in Soelden, October 28, 2007. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA) Also see image: GF2DWUBUUJAA
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