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CHIRAC
RTXOMFF
May 20, 2006
French President Jacques Chirac waves at supporters during the inauguration of the Hardt bridge between...
FESSENHEIM, France
French President Jacques Chirac waves at supporters during the inauguration of the Hardt bridge betw.....
French President Jacques Chirac waves at supporters during the inauguration of the Hardt bridge between France and Germany, in Fessenheim, eastern France, May 20, 2006.
CHINA
RTXOKHR
May 11, 2006
A resident walks past a parking lot in Haikou, capital of Hainai province May 11, 2006. China may raise...
Haikou, China
A resident walks past a parking lot in Haikou, capital of Hainai province May 11, 2006. China may ra.....
A resident walks past a parking lot in Haikou, capital of Hainai province May 11, 2006. China may raise retail fuel prices in coming weeks for the second time since March, to help refiners offset $70-a-barrel crude costs, but must weigh the social impact of the move, industry officials said on Wednesday.
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BULGARIA
RTXOHH8
April 11, 2006
A Bulgarian man tries to make his way along a flooded road near the village of Archar, northern Bulgaria...
Vidin, Bulgaria
A Bulgarian man tries to make his way along a flooded road near the village of Archar, northern Bulg.....
A Bulgarian man tries to make his way along a flooded road near the village of Archar, northern Bulgaria on April 11, 2006. [Romanians and Bulgarians stacked sandbags along the Danube river on Tuesday to shore up flood defences ahead of an expected rise in water levels later this week, authorities said.]
UKRAINE
RTXOFWA
March 29, 2006
A sign warning of radiation hangs from a fence around the 30-km exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
A sign warning of radiation hangs from a fence around the 30-km exclusion zone around the closed Che.....
A sign warning of radiation hangs from a fence around the 30-km exclusion zone around the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant March 28, 2006. Ukraine prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, in which a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded, spreading a radioactive cloud across Europe and the Soviet Union. Photo taken March 28, 2006.
GERMANY
RTXO2BI
December 14, 2005
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker...
Nuremberg, Germany
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance mak.....
A traffic 'Stop' sign is pictured in front of the plant of the German brand of Swedish appliance maker Electrolux AEG in Nuremberg, December 14, 2005. Electrolux, the world's biggest home appliance maker, said it will close its plant in Nuremberg at the end of 2007 and will take a 2.3 billion-crown ($416.3 million) charge in the fourth quarter. The closure of the plant, which has 1,750 employees and makes washing machines, dryers and dishwashers, will save Electrolux 50 million euros ($59.44 million) a year from 2008, spokesman [Anders Edholm] told Reuters.
BAWAG PSK
RTXNVY9
October 19, 2005
The logo of Austria's BAWAG P.S.K. bank is pictured above a one-way sign at the wall of a BAWAG branch...
Vienna, Austria
The logo of Austria's BAWAG P.S.K. bank is pictured above a one-way sign at the wall of a BAWAG bran.....
The logo of Austria's BAWAG P.S.K. bank is pictured above a one-way sign at the wall of a BAWAG branch office in the centre of Vienna October 19, 2005. [BAWAG, which is owned by Austria's trade unions, loaned 355 million euros ($428 million) to a company owned by Refco Chief Executive Phillip Bennett. Refco filed for bankruptcy this week.]
BLAIR
RTXMOOB
January 01, 2004
British Prime Minister Tony Blair walks to a bilateral meeting with [U.S. President George W. Bush] at...
Sea Island, USA
British Prime Minister Tony Blair walks to a bilateral meeting with [U.S. President George W. Bush] .....
British Prime Minister Tony Blair walks to a bilateral meeting with [U.S. President George W. Bush] at the G8 summit in Sea Island, Georgia, June 9, 2004. [The G8 leaders were expected to discuss a number of topics on their second day, including the spike in oil prices and the global economy.]
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