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FRANCE
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September 13, 2001
Police and army patrol September 13, 2001 in front of the European
Parliament's building in Strasbourg...
Strasbourg, France
POLICE AND ARMY PATROL IN FRONT OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG
FOLLOWING ATTACKS IN THE USA.
Police and army patrol September 13, 2001 in front of the European
Parliament's building in Strasbourg as security measures were tightened
in France following the attacks on New York and Washington. The French
government placed the country under a full security alert after the
activation of Vigipirate plan, which was first introduced in 1995 after
a serie of bombings in Paris that were blamed on Algerian guerrillas of
the Armed Islamic Group (GIA). REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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FRANCE
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September 13, 2001
Police and army patrol September 13, 2001 in front of the European
Parliament's building in Strasbourg...
Strasbourg, France
POLICE AND ARMY PATROL IN FRONT OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG
FOLLOWING ATTACKS IN THE USA.
Police and army patrol September 13, 2001 in front of the European
Parliament's building in Strasbourg as security measures were tightened
in France following the attacks on New York and Washington. The French
government placed the country under a full security alert after the
activation of Vigipirate plan, which was first introduced in 1995 after
a serie of bombings in Paris that were blamed on Algerian guerrillas of
the Armed Islamic Group (GIA). REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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EUROPE
RTRMMIC
September 12, 2001
An employee lowers the flags of member states of the European Union at
half mast in front of the building...
Strasbourg, France
EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES FLAGS FLY AT HALF MAST IN FRONT OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG....
An employee lowers the flags of member states of the European Union at
half mast in front of the building of the European Parliament in
Strasbourg September 12, 2001, following the terrorist attacks in the
United States. Thousands of lives were lost September 11 after two
highjacked planes ploughed into the World Trade center, another plane
plunged into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed into rural Pensylvania.
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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EUROPE
RTRMMHB
September 12, 2001
Flags of member states of the European Union fly at half mast in front
of the building of the Council...
Strasbourg, France
EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES FLAGS FLY AT HALF MAST IN FRONT OF THE
COUNCIL OF EUROPE IN STRASBOURG....
Flags of member states of the European Union fly at half mast in front
of the building of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg September 12,
2001, following the terrorist attacks in the United States. Thousands
of lives were lost September 11 after two highjacked planes ploughed
into the World Trade center, another plane plunged into the Pentagon
and a fourth crashed into rural Pensylvania. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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EUROPE
RTRMMGW
September 12, 2001
Flags of member states of the European Union fly at half mast in front
of the building of the European...
Strasbourg, France
EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES FLAGS FLY AT HALF MAST IN FRONT OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG....
Flags of member states of the European Union fly at half mast in front
of the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg September 12,
2001, following the terrorist attacks in the United States. Thousands
of lives were lost September 11 after two highjacked planes ploughed
into the World Trade center, another plane plunged into the Pentagon
and a fourth crashed into rural Pensylvania. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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FRANCE ELECTIONS BAYROU
RTRMBT6
September 06, 2001
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic...
Strasbourg, France
FORMER FRENCH EDUCATION MINISTER FRANCOIS BAYROU POSES IN FRONT OF A
BUS IN STRASBOURG.
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic Union) political party, exists his
campaign bus at the start of a 3-month tour throughout France,
September 6, 2001 in Strasbourg. Bayrou recently announced his
candidacy for the 2002 French presidential elections. REUTERS/Vincent
Kessler

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FRANCE ELECTIONS BAYROU
RTRMBSV
September 06, 2001
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic...
Strasbourg, France
FORMER FRENCH EDUCATION MINISTER FRANCOIS BAYROU POSES IN FRONT OF A
BUS IN STRASBOURG.
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic Union) political party, makes a sign as
he comes out of his campaign bus at the start of a 3-month tour
throughout France, September 6, 2001 in Strasbourg. Bayrou recently
announced his candidacy for the 2002 French presidential elections.
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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FRANCE ELECTIONS BAYROU
RTRMBSB
September 06, 2001
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic...
Strasbourg, France
FORMER FRENCH EDUCATION MINISTER FRANCOIS BAYROU POSES NEAR CAMPAIGN
BUS IN STRASBOURG.
Former French Education Minister Francois Bayrou, President of French
centrist UDF (French Democratic Union) political party, stands near his
campaign bus at the start of a 3-month tour throughout the country,
September 6, 2001 in Strasbourg. Bayrou recently announced his
candidacy for the 2002 French presidential elections. REUTERS/Vincent
Kessler

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FRANCE ELECTIONS CHEVENEMENT
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September 04, 2001
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
Belfort, France
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS.


Former French Interior Minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement passes by a
newspaper kiosk at Belfort,eastern France, September 4, 2001.
Chevenement earlier announced his candidacy for the 2002 French
presidential elections. Chevenement, president of left-wing radical
party, MDC, quit Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's government in protest
at its devolution plans for Corsica. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE ELECTIONS CHEVENEMENT
RTRM8F4
September 04, 2001
Former French Interior Minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement walks in the
streets of Belfort after announcing...
Belfort, France
CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL
ELECTIONS.
Former French Interior Minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement walks in the
streets of Belfort after announcing his candidacy for the 2002 French
presidential elections from his mayoral town hall in Belfort, Eastern
France, September 4, 2001. Chevenement, president of left-wing radical
party, MDC, quit Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's government in protest
at its devolution plans for Corsica. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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FRANCE ELECTIONS CHEVENEMENT
RTRM8F0
September 04, 2001
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
Belfort, France
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS.


Former French Interior Minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement announces his
candidacy for the 2002 French presidential elections from his mayoral
town hall in Belfort, Eastern France, September 4, 2001. Chevenement,
president of left-wing radical party, MDC, quit Prime Minister Lionel
Jospin's government in protest at its devolution plans for Corsica.
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE ELECTIONS CHEVENEMENT
RTRM8EN
September 04, 2001
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
Belfort, France
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH...
FORMER FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER JEAN-PIERRE CHEVENEMENT ANNOUNCES HIS
CANDIDACY FOR THE 2002 FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS.


Former French Interior Minister Jean-Pierre Chevenement announces his
candidacy for the 2002 French presidential elections from his mayoral
town hall in Belfort, Eastern France, September 4, 2001. Chevenement,
president of left-wing radical party, MDC, quit Prime Minister Lionel
Jospin's government in protest at its devolution plans for Corsica.
REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE
RTRM16R
August 29, 2001
A driver pumps gas at a French petrol station which posts its prices in
euros per litre in Strasbourg,...
Strasbourg, France
PETROL PRICES ARE DISPLAYED IN EUROS AT SERVICE STATION IN STRASBOURG.
A driver pumps gas at a French petrol station which posts its prices in
euros per litre in Strasbourg, August 29, 2001. French petrol stations
will display only prices in euros from October 1, three months before
the official introduction of the European common currency in January
2002. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler.

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FRANCE GERMANY NUCLEAR
RTRM12R
August 29, 2001
A train transports a freight car (white) of nuclear waste from the
German nuclear power plant of Biblis...
Stiring Wendel, France
A TRAIN TRANSPORTS A WAGON OF NUCLEAR WASTE FROM GERMANY INTO FRANCE.
A train transports a freight car (white) of nuclear waste from the
German nuclear power plant of Biblis ahead of other freight cars August
29, 2001 in Stiring Wendel, Eastern France, near the French-German
border on its way to the French reprocessing plant of La Hague. This is
the first train to transport nuclear waste through Saarland since an
accident of a Castor train derailed at the French station of Apach near
the German border three years ago.

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FRANCE CRIME
RTR15NRH
August 14, 2001
Peroline Garino (L), the girl friend of alleged murderer Stephane
Krauth, leaves Sarreguemines court...
Sarreguemines, France
STEPHANE KRAUTH'S GIRL FRIEND PEROLINE LEAVES COURT AFTER BEING HEARD
AS A WITNESS.
Peroline Garino (L), the girl friend of alleged murderer Stephane
Krauth, leaves Sarreguemines court after being heard as a witness in
the murder case of Karine, August 14, 2001. Garino told investigators
last week that Krauth might have voluntarily killed and raped the
teenager before hiding her body in the forest.

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FRANCE CRIME
RTR15NRG
August 14, 2001
Stephane Krauth (C), the alleged murderer of a 17-year-old girl called
"Karine", arrives under heavy...
Sarreguemines, France
STEPHANE KRAUTH ARRIVES AT COURT FLANKED BY POLICE.
Stephane Krauth (C), the alleged murderer of a 17-year-old girl called
"Karine", arrives under heavy police escort at the Sarreguemines court
in northeastern France, August 14, 2001. Stephane Krauth's girlfriend
told investigators last week that Krauth might have voluntarily killed
and raped the young girl before hiding her body in a forest.

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FRANCE CRIME
RTRLMDE
August 14, 2001
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Sarreguemines, France
SUSPECTED CRIMINAL STEPHANE KRAUTH LEAVES COURT FLANKED BY POLICE.
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FRANCE CRIME
RTRLM8A
August 14, 2001
Peroline Garino (L), the girlfriend of alleged murderer Stephane
Krauth, leaves Sarreguemines court...
Sarreguemines, France
STEPHANE KRAUTH'S GIRL FRIEND PEROLINE LEAVES COURT AFTER BEING HEARD
AS A WITNESS.
Peroline Garino (L), the girlfriend of alleged murderer Stephane
Krauth, leaves Sarreguemines court under police escort August 14, 2001.
Garino told investigators last week that Krauth might have voluntarily
killed and raped Karine before hiding her body in the forest.

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GERMANY FRANCE G.B. NUCLEAR
RTR14EL1
August 01, 2001
French policemen try release with a electric saw French and German
anti-nuclear demonstrators chained...
Strasbourg, France
FRENCH POLICEMEN TRY TO RELEASE PROTESTER WITH AN ELECTRIC SAW FROM A
RAILWAY TRACK NEAR STRASBOURG....
French policemen try release with a electric saw French and German
anti-nuclear demonstrators chained to the railway track that should be
used by a train transporting nuclear waste from Germany August 1, 2001
in Hoenheim near Strasbourg. The biggest shipment of nuclear waste in
Germany's history with a total of 12 containers with spent fuel rods
from five German nuclear power plants crossed the French German border
today leading to the La Hague reprocessing plant in France and
Sellafield in Great Britain.

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GERMANY FRANCE G.B. NUCLEAR
RTRLAI4
August 01, 2001
French and German anti-nuclear demonstrators lie on the railway track
where some of themselves chained...
Strasbourg, France
FRENCH AND GERMAN ANTI-NUCLEAR DEMONSTRATORS LAY ON A RAILWAY TRACK
NEAR STRASBOURG.
French and German anti-nuclear demonstrators lie on the railway track
where some of themselves chained themselves to try to stop a train
transporting nuclear waste from Germany August 1, 2001 in Hoenheim near
Strasbourg. The biggest shipment of nuclear waste in Germany's history
with a total of 12 containers with spent fuel rods from five German
nuclear power plants crossed the French German border today leading to
the La Hague reprocessing plant in France and Sellafield in Great
Britain.

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GERMANY FRANCE G.B. NUCLEAR
RTRLAHN
August 01, 2001
French and German anti-nuclear demonstrators lie chained to a railway
track that should be used by a...
Strasbourg, France
FRENCH AND GERMAN ANTI-NUCLEAR DEMONSTRATORS LIE ON A RAILWAY TRACK
NEAR STRASBOURG.
French and German anti-nuclear demonstrators lie chained to a railway
track that should be used by a train transporting nuclear waste from
Germany August 1, 2001 in Hoenheim near Strasbourg. The biggest
shipment of nuclear waste in Germany's history with a total of 12
containers with spent fuel rods from five German nuclear power plants
crossed the French German border today leading to the La Hague
reprocessing plant in France and Sellafield in Great Britain.

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GERMANY FRANCE G.B. NUCLEAR
RTRLAHI
August 01, 2001
FRENCH POLICEMEN TRY TO REMOVE FRENCH AND GERMAN ANTI-NUCLEAR
DEMONSTRATORS CHAINED TO A RAILWAY TRACK...
Strasbourg, France
FRENCH POLICEMEN TRY TO REMOVE FRENCH AND GERMAN ANTI-NUCLEAR
DEMONSTRATORS CHAINED TO A RAILWAY ......
FRENCH POLICEMEN TRY TO REMOVE FRENCH AND GERMAN ANTI-NUCLEAR
DEMONSTRATORS CHAINED TO A RAILWAY TRACK NEAR STRASBOURG.


French policemen try to remove French and German anti-nuclear
demonstrators chained to the railway track that should be used by a
train transporting nuclear waste from Germany August 1, 2001 in
Hoenheim near Strasbourg. The biggest shipment of nuclear waste in
Germany's history with a total of 12 containers with spent fuel rods
from five German nuclear power plants crossed the French German border
today leading to the La Hague reprocessing plant in France and
Sellafield in Great Britain.
EUROPE MIDDLE EAST BOVE
RTRKDFC
July 04, 2001
FRENCH ANTI-GLOBALIZATION ICON JOSE BOVE TAKES PART TO A PRESS BRIEFING AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN...
Strasbourg, France
FRENCH ANTI-GLOBALIZATION ICON JOSE BOVE TAKES PART TO A PRESS BRIEFING AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ......
FRENCH ANTI-GLOBALIZATION ICON JOSE BOVE TAKES PART TO A PRESS BRIEFING AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


French anti-globalization icon Jose Bove takes part in a press briefing at the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg. Bove came to Strasbourg to speak about his trip to Middle East where he criticized Israel for using a system of apartheid against its Palestinian minority.
EUROPE CHINA FALUN GONG
RTRKDEZ
July 04, 2001
Falun Gong followers practice meditation exercise in front of the building of the European Parliament...
Strasbourg, France
FALUN GONG FOLLOWERS PRACTICE MEDITATION EXERCISE IN FRONT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Falun Gong followers practice meditation exercise in front of the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg July 4, 2001, during a protest at the treatment of its members in China. The spiritual movement, also known as Falun Dafa, said that 15 of their members were brutally tortured and killed last month in a Chinese labour camp located in the northern province of Heilongjiang.

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EUROPE TURKEY
RTRKDEC
July 04, 2001
Leftist Turkish demonstrators (R) clashes with security guards of the European Parliament July 4, 2001...
Strasbourg, France
TURKISH DEMONSTRATORS CLASHES WITH SECURITY GUARDS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Leftist Turkish demonstrators (R) clashes with security guards of the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as they try to force the entrance of the building. The demonstrators were protesting the situation of political prisoners detained in Turkish jails.

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EUROPE CHINA FALUN GONG
RTRKDE6
July 04, 2001
A Falun Gong member prepares documents in front of the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg...
Strasbourg, France
A FALUN GONG MEMBER PREPARES DOCUMENTS IN FRONT OF THE BUILDING OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG....
A Falun Gong member prepares documents in front of the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg July 4, 2001, during a protest at the treatment of members in China. The spiritual movement, also known as Falun Dafa, said that 15 of their members were brutally tortured and killed last month in a Chinese labour camp located in the northern province of Heilongjiang.

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EUROPE TURKEY
RTRKDDU
July 04, 2001
Turkish demonstrators (R) clash with the security of the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg,...
Strasbourg, France
TURKISH DEMONSTRATORS CLASH WITH THE SECURITY OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Turkish demonstrators (R) clash with the security of the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as they try to force the entrance of the building, demonstrating against the situation of political prisoners detained in Turkey.

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EUROPE BELGIUM
RTRKCY0
July 04, 2001
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT...
Strasbourg, France
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN ...
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt gestures as he adresses journalists during a media briefing at the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg. Verhofstadt presented to the European Assembly the programme of the incomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.
EUROPE BELGIUM
RTRKCXX
July 04, 2001
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses journalists during a press briefing at the European...
Strasbourg, France
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG....
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses journalists during a press briefing at the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg. Verhofstadt presented to the European Assembly the programme of the incomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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EUROPE BELGIUM PRODI
RTRKCRH
July 04, 2001
Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi gestures as he takes part July 4, 2001 at the European...
Strasbourg, France
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi gestures as he takes part July 4, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, to the debate on the programme of the incomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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EUROPE BELGIUM PRODI
RTRKCRB
July 04, 2001
Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi speaks July 4, 2001 at the European Parliament in...
Strasbourg, France
PRODI ADDRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi speaks July 4, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The parliament debated on the programme for the incoming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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EUROPE BELGIUM
RTRKCPR
July 04, 2001
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT TALKS WITH FRENCH EUROPEAN COMMISSSIONER MICHEL BARNIER AND ITALIAN...
Strasbourg, France
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT TALKS WITH FRENCH EUROPEAN COMMISSSIONER MICHEL BARNIER AND ......
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT TALKS WITH FRENCH EUROPEAN COMMISSSIONER MICHEL BARNIER AND ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt (L) talks with French European Commisssioner Michel Barnier (C) and Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi (R) before his address to the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, to present the programme of the incoming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.
EUROPE BELGIUM
RTRKCPG
July 04, 2001
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt adresses the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as...
Strasbourg, France
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt adresses the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as he presents the programme of the incoming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months. Front right is Belgian Foreign Minister Louis Michel.

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EUROPE BELGIUM
RTRKCP0
July 04, 2001
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt adresses the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as...
Strasbourg, France
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt adresses the European Parliament July 4, 2001 in Strasbourg, as he presents the programme of the incomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months. At front right is Belgian Foreign Minister Louis Michel.

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MANUFACTURING HONEYWELL
RTRKCUH
July 03, 2001
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN...
Strasbourg, France
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE ...
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti gestures as he communicates to journalists, July 3, 2001, the European Commission's decision to block General Electric $41-billion merger with Honeywell International Inc. Monti said that the merger between GE and Honeywell as it was notified would have severely reduced competition in the aerospace industry and resulted ultimately in higher prices for customers.
MANUFACTURING HONEYWELL
RTRKCTS
July 03, 2001
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN...
Strasbourg, France
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE ...
EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADDRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti gestures as he communicates to journalists July 3, 2001 the European Commission's decision to block General Electric $41-billion merger with Honeywell International Inc. Monti said that the merger between GE and Honeywell as it was notified would have severely reduced competition in the aerospace industry and resulted ultimately in higher prices for customers.
EUROPE PERU TOLEDO
RTRKCT6
July 03, 2001
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO TOLEDO GESTURES AS HE TALKS TO JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT...
Strasbourg, France
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO TOLEDO GESTURES AS HE TALKS TO JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN ...
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO TOLEDO GESTURES AS HE TALKS TO JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo gestures as he talks to journalists July 3, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Toledo, who takes office on July 28, has been touring the United States and Europe since last week to drum up funding and support for a social safety campaign in his country.
EUROPE PERU TOLEDO
RTRKC25
July 03, 2001
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI GESTURES AS HE WELCOMES PERUVIAN PRESIDENT-ELECT...
Strasbourg, France
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI GESTURES AS HE WELCOMES PERUVIAN ...
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISSION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI GESTURES AS HE WELCOMES PERUVIAN PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO TOLEDO AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi (R), gestures as he welcomes Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo (L), July 3, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Toledo, who takes office on July 28, has been touring the United States and Europe since last week to drum up funding and support for his country.
EUROPE ECB DUISENBERG
RTRKBW0
July 03, 2001
DUTCH PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK WIM DUISENBERG ADDRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Dutch...
Strasbourg, France
DUTCH PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK WIM DUISENBERG ADDRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN ...
DUTCH PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK WIM DUISENBERG ADDRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Dutch President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Wim Duisenberg gestures as he takes part in a debate on the 2000 annual report of the ECB this afternoon July 3, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Duisenberg said the ECB's council has viewed the current level of interest rates as appropriate for maintaining price stability.
MANUFACTURING HONEYWELL
RTRKBSU
July 03, 2001
UROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN...
Strasbourg, France
UROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE ...
UROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti gestures as he communicates to journalists July 3, 2001 the European Commission's decision to block General Electric $42-billion merger with Honeywell International Inc. Monti said that the merger between GE and Honeywell as it was notified would have severely reduced competition in the aerospace industry and resulted ultimately in higher prices for customers.
EUROPE G.E. HONEYWELL
RTRKBM3
July 03, 2001
Italian European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti holds his documents as he waits for the beginning...
Strasbourg, France
ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI IN STRASBOURG.
Italian European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti holds his documents as he waits for the beginning of the European Commision's meeting July 3, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The European Union Commission is expected today to formally block the General Electric's $43 billion bid for Honeywell despite fierce attacks by senior U.S. politicians.

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EUROPE G.E. HONEYWELL
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July 03, 2001
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION...
Strasbourg, France
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION ...
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI IN STRASBOURG.


Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi talks with European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti, also of Italy, at the beginning of the European Commision meeting at the European Parliament in Strasbourg July 3, 2001. The European Union Commission is expected today to formally block the General Electric's $43 billion bid for Honeywell despite fierce attacks by senior US politicians.
EUROPE G.E. HONEYWELL
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July 03, 2001
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION...
Strasbourg, France
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION ...
ITALIAN EUROPEAN COMMISION'S PRESIDENT ROMANO PRODI DISCUSSES WITH ITALIAN EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION COMMISSIONER MARIO MONTI IN STRASBOURG.


Italian European Commission's President Romano Prodi (L) talks with European Union competition commissioner Mario Monti (R), also of Italy, at the beginning of the European Commision meeting at the European Parliament in Strasbourg July 3, 2001. The European Union Commission is expected today to formally block the General Electric's $43 billion bid for Honeywell despite fierce attacks by senior US politicians.
EUROPE SWEDEN PERSSON
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July 03, 2001
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament in Strasbourg July...
Strasbourg, France
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament in Strasbourg July 3, 2001 to present the results of the Swedish Presidency of the E.U. for the last six months. Belgian Prime minister Guy Verhofstadt will present tomorow to the European Assembly the programme of the encomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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EUROPE SWEDEN PERSSON
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July 03, 2001
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament July 3, 2001 in...
Strasbourg, France
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament July 3, 2001 in Strasbourg to present the results of the Swedish Presidency of the E.U. over the past six months. Belgian Prime minister Guy Verhofstadt will present tomorow to the European Assembly the programme of the encomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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EUROPE SWEDEN PERSSON
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July 02, 2001
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN...
Strasbourg, France
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ......
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON GESTURES AS HE ADRESSES JOURNALISTS AT THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.


Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses journalists during a press briefing at the European Parliament July 2, 2001 in Strasbourg. Persson presented to the European Assembly the results of the Swedish Presidency of the E.U. for the last six months.
EUROPE SWEDEN PERSSON
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July 02, 2001
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament July 2, 2001 in...
Strasbourg, France
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON ADRESSES THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG.
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson gestures as he adresses the European Parliament July 2, 2001 in Strasbourg to present the results of the Swedish Presidency of the E.U. for the last six months (Front right is Swedish Deputy Prime Minister Lars Danielsson). Belgian Prime minister Guy Verhofstadt will present tomorow to the European Assembly the programme of the encomming Belgian Presidency of the E.U. for the next six months.

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YEAREND PICTURES GERMANY
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July 01, 2001
German Michael Schumacher jumps in the air on the podium of the French
Grand Prix at the Magny Cours...
Magny Cours, Germany
YEAREND PICTURES GERMANY 2001.
German Michael Schumacher jumps in the air on the podium of the French
Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael
Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the
French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for
second best. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler

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SPORT MOTOR RACE
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July 01, 2001
German Ralf Schumacher in his BMW Williams leads the pack ahead of his brother Michael Schumacher in...
Magny Cours, France
RALF SCHUMACHER LEADS THE PACK AFTER THE START OF FRENCH GRAND PRIX AT MAGNY COURS.
German Ralf Schumacher in his BMW Williams leads the pack ahead of his brother Michael Schumacher in his Ferrari at the Adelaide curve after the start of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Michael Schumacher won the race ahead of his brother Ralf and Brazilian Rubens Barrichello also in a Ferrari.

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SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER RISES HIS HARM OUT OF HIS BMW WILLIAMS AT THE END OF THE MAGNY...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER RISES HIS HARM OUT OF HIS BMW WILLIAMS AT THE END OF THE ......
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER RISES HIS HARM OUT OF HIS BMW WILLIAMS AT THE END OF THE MAGNY COURS FRENCH GRAND PRIX.


German Formula one driver Ralf Schumacher waves from BMW Williams at the end of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ralf placed second with his brother Michael Schumacher winning the race.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
Formula 1 driver Rubens Barrichello drives his Ferrari during the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours...
Magny Cours, France
FORMULA ONE DRIVER RUBENS BARRICHELLO DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS....
Formula 1 driver Rubens Barrichello drives his Ferrari during the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Team mate Michael Schumacher won the race with Barrichelo placing third.

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SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN ...
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


German Formula One driver Michael Schumacher drives his Ferrari during the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACE
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN BMW WILLIAMS FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER DRIVES AHEAD OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL AT THE BEGINNING...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN BMW WILLIAMS FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER DRIVES AHEAD OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL AT THE ......
GERMAN BMW WILLIAMS FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER DRIVES AHEAD OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL AT THE BEGINNING OF THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


German Ralf Schumacher in his BMW Williams drives ahead of his brother Michael Schumacher in his Ferrari in the beginning of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 200. Michael Scumacher won the race ahead of his brother Ralf and Italian Rubens Barrichello who placed third.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN ...
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER DRIVES HIS FERRARI DURING THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


German Formula One driver Michael Schumacher drives his Ferrari during the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER SPRAYS CHAMPAGNE TO HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON THE PODIUM...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER SPRAYS CHAMPAGNE TO HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON THE ...
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER SPRAYS CHAMPAGNE TO HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON THE PODIUM OF THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


German Formula One driver Ralf Schumacher (L) sprays champagne at his brother Michael Schumacher on the podium of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER POURS CHAMPAGNE DOWN THE NECK OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON THE...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER POURS CHAMPAGNE DOWN THE NECK OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON ......
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER RALF SCHUMACHER POURS CHAMPAGNE DOWN THE NECK OF HIS BROTHER MICHAEL ON THE PODIUM OF THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


German Formula one driver Ralf Schumacher pours champagne down the neck of his brother Michael Schumacher on the podium of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER IS CONGRATULATED BY HIS TEAM MEMBERS AS HE CROSSES THE FINNISH...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER IS CONGRATULATED BY HIS TEAM MEMBERS AS HE CROSSES THE ......
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER IS CONGRATULATED BY HIS TEAM MEMBERS AS HE CROSSES THE FINNISH LINE AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX OF MAGNY COURS.


German Formula One Ferrari driver Michael Schumacher is congratulated by his team members as he crosses the finish line after winning the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER JUMPS IN THE AIR ON THE PODIUM AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER JUMPS IN THE AIR ON THE PODIUM AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE...
GERMAN FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER JUMPS IN THE AIR ON THE PODIUM AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX OF MAGNY COURS.


German Michael Schumacher jumps in the air on the podium of the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Ferrari's Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER RAISES HIS FIST AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH...
Magny Cours, France
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER RAISES HIS FIST AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH...
GERMAN FERRARI FORMULA ONE DRIVER MICHAEL SCHUMACHER RAISES HIS FIST AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.


Ferrari driver German Michael Schumacher (R) raises his fist after his victory in the French Grand Prix at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001, as his brother Ralf Schumacher in his BMW Williams takes second position. Michael Schumacher celebrated the 50th win of his Formula One career at the French Grand Prix on Sunday and made younger brother Ralf settle for second best. Ralf, who started on pole in a Williams for the first time in his career after his 26th birthday on Saturday, led from the start, but the race on a baking hot afternoon in central France was won and lost in the pits.
SPORT MOTOR RACING
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July 01, 2001
German Michael Schumacher salutes from his Ferrari after winning the French Grand Prix, his 50th GP win,...
Magny Cours, France
MICHAEL SCHUMACHER RAISES HIS FIST AFTER HIS VICTORY IN THE FRENCH GRAND PRIX IN MAGNY COURS.
German Michael Schumacher salutes from his Ferrari after winning the French Grand Prix, his 50th GP win, at the Magny Cours circuit July 1, 2001. Brother Ralf driving a BMW Williams took second and fellow Ferrairi driver Rubens Barrichello took third place.

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