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GERMANY BERLIN BUNKERS
RTRUG1
July 14, 2003
A nursery picture is seen in a former World War II bunker in Berlin on
July 14, 2003. Beneath Berlin's...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS.
A nursery picture is seen in a former World War II bunker in Berlin on
July 14, 2003. Beneath Berlin's refurbished streets lies a forgotten
world of bunkers and tunnels that tell tales of cruelty, suffering,
escape and espionage. Foreign visitors seeking remnants of the city's
violent 20th century history search in vain for two of the main
attractions - the Wall and Adolf Hitler's bunkers. Picture taken July
14. TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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GERMANY BERLIN BUNKERS
RTRUFX
July 14, 2003
Berlin bunker tour guides Dietmar Arnold and Juerge Mueller stand in a
bunker doorway in Berlin on July...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS.
Berlin bunker tour guides Dietmar Arnold and Juerge Mueller stand in a
bunker doorway in Berlin on July 14, 2003. Beneath Berlin's refurbished
streets lies a forgotten world of bunkers and tunnels that tell tales
of cruelty, suffering, escape and espionage. Foreign visitors seeking
remnants of the city's violent 20th century history search in vain for
two of the main attractions - the Wall and Adolf Hitler's bunkers.
Picture taken July 14. TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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GERMANY BERLIN BUNKERS
RTRUFR
July 14, 2003
Artefacts gathered from former Berlin World War II bunkers are seen in
a showcase in Berlin July 14,...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS.
Artefacts gathered from former Berlin World War II bunkers are seen in
a showcase in Berlin July 14, 2003. Beneath Berlin's refurbished
streets lies a forgotten world of bunkers and tunnels that tell tales
of cruelty, suffering, escape and espionage. Foreign visitors seeking
remnants of the city's violent 20th century history search in vain for
two of the main attractions - the Wall and Adolf Hitler's bunkers.
Picture taken July 14. TO GO WITH FEATURE GERMANY-BERLIN-BUNKERS
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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IRAQ
RTXLWDF
April 09, 2003
A young Iraqi stands in front of a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein with a noose around it neck...
Baghdad, Iraq
A young Iraqi stands in front of a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein with a noose around it .....
A young Iraqi stands in front of a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein with a noose around it neck in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down the 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.
IRAQ
RTXLWDE
April 09, 2003
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls as it is pulled down in central Baghdad April 9, 2003....
Baghdad, Iraq
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls as it is pulled down in central Baghdad April 9, 2.....
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls as it is pulled down in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.
IRAQ
RTXLWDD
April 09, 2003
An Iraqi man throws stones at a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein as it falls in central Baghdad...
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi man throws stones at a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein as it falls in central Bag.....
An Iraqi man throws stones at a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein as it falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.
IRAQ
RTXLWDC
April 09, 2003
A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April...
Baghdad, Iraq
A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April.....
A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. [In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.]
IRAQ
RTXLWDB
April 09, 2003
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled...
Baghdad, Iraq
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pull.....
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
IRAQ
RTXLW5F
April 09, 2003
US soldier searches Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq
US soldier searches Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior U.S. commander said on Wednesd.....
US soldier searches Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq. [Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.]
IRAQ USA MONUMENT
RTRLM9R
April 09, 2003
U.S. Marines from Lima Company, a part of the 7th Marine Regiment,
search the urban area around the...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINES TAKE POSITION AROUND A MONUMENT IN BAGHDAD.
U.S. Marines from Lima Company, a part of the 7th Marine Regiment,
search the urban area around the Martyrs Monument, one of the symbols
of the Iraqi capital Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior U.S. commander
said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the centre of Baghdad
and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end in a few days'
time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq. Earlier, U.S.
soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central Baghdad and
ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them
with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the fall of the
Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM9L
April 09, 2003
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. SOLDIERS SEARCH SHERATON HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the
centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end
in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM8X
April 09, 2003
US soldiers search the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A
senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. SOLDIERS SEARCH THE SHERATON HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers search the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A
senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured
the centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would
end in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM80
April 09, 2003
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINES SERCH SHERATON HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the
centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end
in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM7T
April 09, 2003
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINES SERCH SHERATON HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers search Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the
centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end
in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM6X
April 09, 2003
US soldiers searches Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. MARINE SEARCHES SHERATON HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers searches Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A senior
U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured the
centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would end
in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic REUTERS/Goran
Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM6R
April 09, 2003
US soldiers search the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A
senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
U.S. SOLDIERS SEARCH THE SHERATION HOTEL IN BAGHDAD.
US soldiers search the Sheraton hotel in Baghdad April 9, 2003. A
senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday that U.S. forces had secured
the centre of Baghdad and said the combat phase of the Iraqi war would
end in a few days' time, at least in the capital and in southern Iraq.
Earlier, U.S. soldiers pulled down a huge statue of Saddam in central
Baghdad and ecstatic Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who
ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years in scenes that recalled the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM52
April 09, 2003
A young Iraqi stands in front of a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein
with a noose around it...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A YOUNG IRAQI STANDS IN FRONT OF A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN
IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
A young Iraqi stands in front of a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein
with a noose around it neck in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops
pulled down the 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein
in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the
man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of
the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to
the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose
around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery
vehicle. PP03040026 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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JORDAN IRAQ
RTRLM43
April 09, 2003
A Jordanian man in Amman cover his face as a TV shows a statue of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein falls...
Amman, Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan)
JORDANIAN COVERS HIS FACE IN AMMAN IN FRONT OF A T.V.
A Jordanian man in Amman cover his face as a TV shows a statue of Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein falls in Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled
down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in
central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man
who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the
fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the
marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around
the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.
PP03040026 REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

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JORDAN IRAQ
RTRLM39
April 09, 2003
A Jordanian in Amman cover his face in front of a television showing a U.S.
Marine cover the face of...
Amman, Jordan (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan)
JORDANIAN IN DOWNTOWN AMMAN COVER HIS FACE AS HE WATCHES T.V.
A Jordanian in Amman cover his face in front of a television showing a U.S.
Marine cover the face of a statue of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein with a
U.S. flag in Baghdad April 9, 2003. Jubilant Iraqis tied a noose around a
huge statue of Saddam Hussein in the heart of Baghdad and pelted it with
shoes as the Iraqi president's 24-year rule collapsed in chaos. In scenes
reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, crowds cheered as men
climbed the huge statue of Saddam in the center of Baghdad and placed the
rope around the neck in preparation to topple it. Pictures of the month
April 2003 REUTERS/Ali Jarekji REUTERS

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IRAQ
RTRLM14
April 09, 2003
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls as it is pulled down in
central Baghdad April 9, 2003....
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALLS IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls as it is pulled down in
central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre)
high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and
Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip
for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989,
Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of
Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the
rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 REUTERS/Goran
Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM10
April 09, 2003
An Iraqi man throws stones at a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein as
it falls in central Baghdad...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
AN IRAQI MAN THROWS STONES AT A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN AS
IT FALL IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi man throws stones at a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein as
it falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot
(six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on
Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them
with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the
Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth
under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's
neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle.
PP03040026 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLM0U
April 09, 2003
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April
9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALLS IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April
9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of
President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced
on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years.
In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier
took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths
had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S.
armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

Pictures of the month April 2003 GOT
IRAQ
RTRLM00
April 09, 2003
A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls
in central Baghdad April...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A U.S. SOLDIER WATCHES A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALL IN
CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls
in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six
metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on
Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them
with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the
Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth
under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's
neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026
Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLLZL
April 09, 2003
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April
9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALLS IN CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
A statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April
9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of
President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced
on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years.
In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier
took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths
had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S.
armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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IRAQ
RTRLMS1
April 08, 2003
U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
A U.S. MARINE WATCHES A STATUE OF PRESIDENT SADDAM HUSSEIN FALL IN
CENTRAL BAGHDAD.
U.S. Marine Corp Assaultman Kirk Dalrymple watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six
metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures of the Year 2003 PP04020111 AS/DMO
GERMANY
RTRIWSR
February 24, 2003
An anti-war protestor holds a placard showing U.S. President George W.
Bush and which reads 'Do you...
Leipzig, Germany
ANTI-WAR PROTESTER HOLDS A PLACARD DURING STREET DEMONSTRATION IN
LEIPZIG.
An anti-war protestor holds a placard showing U.S. President George W.
Bush and which reads 'Do you want the total peace' during the 'Monday
demonstration' to protest against possible U.S.-led military action in
Iraq in the east German town of Leipzig February 24, 2003. The 'Monday
demonstration' refers back to demonstrations of the east German citizen
movement in the year 1989, which ended in the fall of the Berlin Wall
and the end of the communist regime. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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RTRIHJO
February 17, 2003
Several thousands of anti-war marchers gathered in the eastern German
town of Leipzig during a so-called...
Germany
ANTI-WAR MARCHERS GATHERED DURING A DEMONSTRATION IN LEIPZIG.
Several thousands of anti-war marchers gathered in the eastern German
town of Leipzig during a so-called "Monday demonstration" to join
worldwide protests against possible U.S.-led military action in Iraq,
February 17, 2003. The "Monday demonstration" refer back to
demonstrations of the east German citizen movement in the year 1989,
which ended in the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the communist
regime. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/WS
RTRIHJ6
February 17, 2003
Anti-war protesters carry banners reading "Mr. Bush Stop no war" and
"Mr. Bush Stop no blood for oil"...
Germany
ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS HOLD A STREET DEMONSTRATION IN LEIPZIG.
Anti-war protesters carry banners reading "Mr. Bush Stop no war" and
"Mr. Bush Stop no blood for oil" as they hold a so-called "Monday
demonstration" in front of the old city hall of the eastern German town
of Leipzig to protest against possible U.S.-led military action in
Iraq, February 17, 2003. The 'Monday demonstration' refers back to
demonstrations of the east German citizen movement in the year 1989,
which ended in the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the communist
regime. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

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GERMANY
RTRC5HE
October 15, 2002
Four year-old Niklas runs in front of so called "Trabi" stretch limosine
which is parked in front of...
Berlin, Germany
BOYS RUNS IN FRONT OF STRETCH LIMOSINE MADE FROM TRABANTS IN
BERLIN.
Four year-old Niklas runs in front of so called "Trabi" stretch limosine
which is parked in front of the Berlin wall at October 15, 2002. The
limousine, built from two of East Germany's legendary Trabant cars, and
convertibles can be hired for sightseeing tours around Berlin and Dresden.
Up to 24 people can hire the cars at the same time for a prize of around 25
euros per person. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

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IRAQ GERMANY USA
RTRBIDW
October 03, 2002
A tourist looks at east German built Trabant car decorated with pieces
of the Berlin wall during a street...
Berlin, Germany
A TOURIST LOOKS AT AN EAST GERMAN BUILT TRABANT CAR IN BERLIN.
A tourist looks at east German built Trabant car decorated with pieces
of the Berlin wall during a street party near the Brandenburg Gate in
Berlin on Germany's Unification Day, October 3, 2002. Tensions between
the United States and Germany over Schroeder's firm anti-war stance on
Iraq eased on Thursday when President George W. Bush congratulated
Germany on the 12th anniversary of unification. REUTERS/Fabrizio
Bensch

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GERMANY
RTRB2K9
September 24, 2002
The shadows of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) of the Social
Democratic Party (SPD) and German...
Berlin, Germany
THE SHADOWS OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER
ARE SEEN IN BERLIN.
The shadows of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) of the Social
Democratic Party (SPD) and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer of
the Greens party are seen on a wall during a joined news conference
following their first coalition talks in Berlin September 24, 2002.
Schroeder faces the task of reforming Europe's largest economy with a
sharply reduced majority after he and his Greens coalition partners
narrowly won Sunday's general election. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz REUTERS

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WELTERS
RTXLJBA
September 20, 2002
Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) member Ernst Welters addresses supporters in Berlin the night of...
Berlin, Germany
Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) member Ernst Welters addresses supporters in Berlin the night o.....
Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) member Ernst Welters addresses supporters in Berlin the night of September 19, 2002. [Polls show the PDS, which emerged from Communist East Germany's ruling SED party that built the Berlin Wall, just below the five percent hurdle needed to stay in parliament.]
GERMANY COMMUNISTS
RTRARZL
September 19, 2002
The Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) leader Gabi Zimmer addresses
supporters in Berlin the night...
Berlin, Germany
GERMAN COMMUNIST LEADER ADDRESSES SUPPORTERS IN BERLIN.
The Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) leader Gabi Zimmer addresses
supporters in Berlin the night of September 19, 2002. Polls show the
PDS, which emerged from Communist East Germany's ruling SED party that
built the Berlin Wall, just below the five percent hurdle needed to
stay in parliament. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz REUTERS

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GERMANY COMMUNISTS
RTRARY1
September 19, 2002
The Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) leader Gabi Zimmer and Berlin
PDS top candidate Petra Pau address...
Berlin, Germany
TOP GERMAN COMMUNIST CANDIDATES ADDRESS SUPPORTERS IN BERLIN.
The Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) leader Gabi Zimmer and Berlin
PDS top candidate Petra Pau address supporters in Berlin the night of
September 19, 2002. Polls show the PDS, which emerged from Communist
East Germany's ruling SED party that built the Berlin Wall, just below
the five percent hurdle needed to stay in parliament. REUTERS/Tobias
Schwarz REUTERS

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BERLIN WALL
RTRWWCM
June 17, 2002
A young man shows a piece of the Berlin Wall to the crowd while being
arrested by this West Berlin policeman...
Berlin, United States of America
MAN SHOWS PIECE OF BERLIN WALL AS POLICEMAN ARRESTS HIM.
A young man shows a piece of the Berlin Wall to the crowd while being
arrested by this West Berlin policeman for stealing the piece after
East Germany had opened the wall near the Brandenburg gate on December
21, 1989. REUTERS/Michael Probst

MP
FUGEMA
RTXLC6X
June 13, 2002
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 km...
Malchin, Germany
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 k.....
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 km north of Berlin on June 13, 2002. Germany said on Wednesday that a scare over organic food tainted with cancer-causing agent Nitrofen had widened to conventional agriculture just a day after it assured the European Union that it had the situation under control.
FUGEMA
RTXLC6W
June 13, 2002
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 km...
Malchin, Germany
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 k.....
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through a wall in Malchin some 180 km north of Berlin on June 13, 2002. Germany said on Wednesday that a scare over organic food tainted with cancer-causing agent Nitrofen had widened to conventional agriculture just a day after it assured the European Union that it had the situation under control.
FOOD SAFETY GERMANY
RTR6CR2
June 13, 2002
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through
a wall in Malchin some 180 km...
Malchin, Germany
CEREALS SUPPLIER FUGEMA IS SEEN THROUGH A WALL IN MALCHIN.
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through
a wall in Malchin some 180 km north of Berlin on June 13, 2002. Germany
said on Wednesday that a scare over organic food tainted with
cancer-causing agent Nitrofen had widened to conventional agriculture
just a day after it assured the European Union that it had the
situation under control. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

WR
FOOD SAFETY GERMANY
RTR6CGE
June 13, 2002
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through
a wall in Malchin some 180 km...
Malchin, Germany
CEREALS SUPPLIER FUGEMA IS SEEN THROUGH A WALL IN MALCHIN.
The plant of the eastern German cereals supplier Fugema is seen through
a wall in Malchin some 180 km north of Berlin on June 13, 2002. Germany
said on Wednesday that a scare over organic food tainted with
cancer-causing agent Nitrofen had widened to conventional agriculture
just a day after it assured the European Union that it had the
situation under control. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

WR
BUSH GERMANY USA
RTR5HCL
May 22, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder stand outside the Theodor...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH STANDS WITH GERHARD SCHROEDER.
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder stand outside the Theodor Tucher Cafe after the president's
arrival in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2002. The cafe is located on a
street where part of the Berlin Wall once stood. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH GERMANY USA
RTR5H8W
May 22, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder chat outside the Theodor Tucher...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH CHATS WITH GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD
SCHROEDER.
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder chat outside the Theodor Tucher Cafe after the president's
arrival in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2002. The cafe is located on a
street where part of the Berlin Wall once stood. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH GERMANY USA
RTR5H87
May 22, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder stand outside the Theodor...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH CHANCELLOR STANDS WITH GERHARD SCHROEDER.
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder stand outside the Theodor Tucher Cafe after the president's
arrival in Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2002. The cafe is located on a
street where part of the Berlin Wall once stood. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH GERMANY USA
RTR5H79
May 22, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder
stand outside the Theodor Tucher...
Berlin, Germany - FDR
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH CHANCELLOR STANDS WITH GERHARD SCHROEDER.
U.S. President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder
stand outside the Theodor Tucher Cafe after the president's arrival in
Berlin, Germany, May 22, 2002. The cafe is located on a street where
part of the Berlin Wall once stood. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH GERMANY BERLIN
RTR5H4I
May 22, 2002
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER POINTS At THE FORMER BERLIN WALL UPON THE
ARRIVAL Of US PRESIDENT GORGE...
Berlin, Germany
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER POINTS At THE FORMER BERLIN WALL UPON THE
ARRIVAL Of US PRESIDENT GORGE...
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER POINTS At THE FORMER BERLIN WALL UPON THE
ARRIVAL Of US PRESIDENT GORGE W BUSH IN BERLINCELLOR SCHROEDER IN
BERLIN.


German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder points at the line where the Berlin
Wall stood upon the arrival of U.S. President George W. Bush (L) in
Berlin May 22, 2002. President Bush set out on Wednesday on a week-long
trip to Europe to shore up support for an expanded war on terrorism and
to sign an arms control treaty with Russia. At right is U.S ambassador
to Germany Daniel Coats and at centre rear is Berlin mayor Klaus
Wowereit. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
BUSH KOREA USA
RTR1OBT
February 20, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) is given a tour of the North Korean
border by U.S. Army Lt. Col. William...
Observation Post Ouelette, Korea - Republic of
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH VISITS BORDER DIVIDING NORTH AND SOUTH
KOREA.
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) is given a tour of the North Korean
border by U.S. Army Lt. Col. William Miller at Observation Post
Ouelette near Camp Bonifas in South Korea February 20, 2002. Echoing
Ronald Reagan's 1987 call on the Soviet Union to tear down the Berlin
Wall, U.S. President George W. Bush urged North Korea on Wednesday to
open its border to South Korea. Picture taken through bullet-proof
glass. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/CP
BUSH KOREA
RTR1OBJ
February 20, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) and South Korean President Kim
Dae-jung visit the end of Kaesong-Munson...
Observation Post Ouelette, Korea - Republic of
US PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH JOINS SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT KIM DAE-JUNG
NEAR DMZ.
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) and South Korean President Kim
Dae-jung visit the end of Kaesong-Munson Road near the DMZ dividing
North and South Korea February 20, 2002. Echoing Ronald Reagan's 1987
call on the Soviet Union to tear down the Berlin Wall, U.S. President
George W. Bush urged North Korea on Wednesday to open its border to
South Korea. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/CP
GERMANY
RTR1LQX
February 18, 2002
U.S. student Obinna Onwuchekwa paints his impressions of the September
11 New York World Trade Center...
Berlin, Germany
US STUDENT ONWUCHEKWA PAINTS HIS IMPRESSIONS ON A WALL IN BERLIN.
U.S. student Obinna Onwuchekwa paints his impressions of the September
11 New York World Trade Center attacks on a wall in Berlin February 18,
2002. One thousand students from New York, affected by the attacks,
were invited by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder last October. The
first group of 25 arrived last weekend and are visiting Germany under
the so-called "Bridge New York - Berlin" to symbolize the friendship
and solidarity between Germany and the USA. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/JOH
GERMANY
RTR1LQO
February 18, 2002
U.S. student Himanshu Suri paints his impressions of the September 11
New York World Trade Center attacks...
Berlin, Germany
US STUDENT HIMANSHU SURI PAINTS HIS IMPRESSIONS ON A WALL IN BERLIN.
U.S. student Himanshu Suri paints his impressions of the September 11
New York World Trade Center attacks on a wall in Berlin February 18,
2002. 1000 students from New York, affected by the attacks, were
invited by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder last October. The first
group of 25 arrived last weekend and are visiting Germany under the
so-called "Bridge New York - Berlin" to symbolize the friendship and
solidarity between Germany and the USA. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/JOH
GERMANY
RTR1LQE
February 18, 2002
U.S. students Obinna Onwuchekwa (L) and Krista Nils paint their
impressions of the September 11 New...
Berlin, Germany
US STUDENTS ONWUCHEKWA AND NILS PAINT WALL IN BERLIN.
U.S. students Obinna Onwuchekwa (L) and Krista Nils paint their
impressions of the September 11 New York World Trade Center attacks on
a wall in Berlin February 18, 2002. Some 1000 students from New York,
affected by the attacks, were invited by German Chancellor Gerhard
Schroeder last October. The first group of 25 arrived last weekend and
are visiting Germany under the so-called "Bridge New York - Berlin" to
symbolize the friendship and solidarity between Germany and the USA.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

AX/JOH
GERMANY BERLIN
RTRIBV
January 17, 2002
N UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER THROWS LEAFLETS AFTER ELECTION OF GREGOR GYSI
OF THE REFORM COMMUNIST PARTY...
Berlin, Germany
N UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER THROWS LEAFLETS AFTER ELECTION OF GREGOR GYSI
OF THE REFORM COMMUNIST ...
N UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTER THROWS LEAFLETS AFTER ELECTION OF GREGOR GYSI
OF THE REFORM COMMUNIST PARTY IN BERLIN.


An unidentified prostester throws leaflets after the election of Gregor
Gysi of the reform communist Party of the Democratic Socialism (PDS) to
protest against the role of the party to build up the Berlin wall in
1961, during the parliamentary session of the regional parliament in
Berlin January 17, 2002. Gysi, a 54 year old lawyer from the PDS whose
predecessor ruled East Germany for four decades with an iron fist, was
elected as Senator for economic affairs on Thursday. REUTERS/Fabrizio
Bensch
GERMANY BERLIN
RTRIBG
January 17, 2002
Gregor Gysi (R) of the reform communist party of Democratic Socialism
(PDS) receives a sculpture produced...
Berlin, Germany
GREGOR GYSI OF THE REFORM COMMUNIST PARTY RECEIVES A SCULPTURE AT
PARLIAMENTARY SESSION IN BERLIN.
Gregor Gysi (R) of the reform communist party of Democratic Socialism
(PDS) receives a sculpture produced with barbed wire by Michael Braun
(L) of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) as a symbol
for the Berlin wall during the parliamentary session of the regional
parliament in Berlin January 17, 2002. Gysi, a 54 year old lawyer and
the wittiest and most charismatic of three designated Berlin Senators
from the PDS whose predecessor ruled East Germany for four decades with
an iron fist, is elected as Senator for economic affairs on Thursday.
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz REUTERS

FAB
GERMANY
RTRQ2YY
December 05, 2001
The shadows of Gregor Gysi of the reform communist Party of the
Democratic Socialism (PDS), Stefan Liebich,...
Berlin, Germany
SHADOWS OF GYSI LIEBICH STRIEDER AND MAJOR WOWEREIT CAN BE SEEN ON A
WALL IN BERLIN.
The shadows of Gregor Gysi of the reform communist Party of the
Democratic Socialism (PDS), Stefan Liebich, Berlin's party leader of
the PDS, party leader of the Berlin Social Democratic Party (SPD) Peter
Strieder and Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit (LtoR) can be seen on a wall
as they address a news conference following the first round of their
coalition talks in Berlin December 5, 2001. The Social Democrats said
they would make an offer of historic dimensions to an ex-communist
party to enter a coalition in the local Berlin city government.
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/JOH
GERMANY SCHROEDER COALITION
RTRPDBX
November 13, 2001
SILHOUETTE OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER IS SEEN BEHIND FDP CHAIRMAN
WESTERWELLE BEFORE MEETING OF...
Berlin, Germany
SILHOUETTE OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER IS SEEN BEHIND FDP CHAIRMAN
WESTERWELLE BEFORE MEETING OF...
SILHOUETTE OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER IS SEEN BEHIND FDP CHAIRMAN
WESTERWELLE BEFORE MEETING OF FDP PARLIAMENTARY GROUP IN BERLIN.


The silhouette of Social Democratic German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder
is seen on a wall behind chairman of the Free Democratic Party (FDP)
Guido Westerwelle before a meeting of the FDP parliamentary group in
Berlin November 13, 2001. Germany headed for a government crisis on
Tuesday as German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder looked set to call a
parliamentary motion of confidence over the deployment of 3,900
soldiers to support the U.S.-led Afghan campaign. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
REUTERS
FEATURE
RTRO7GY
October 16, 2001
Construction cranes stand on the construction site of the Lehrter Rail
Station, near where the Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
PICTURE SHOWS CONSTRUCTION CRANES AT THE LEHRTER RAIL STATION IN
BERLIN.
Construction cranes stand on the construction site of the Lehrter Rail
Station, near where the Berlin Wall once stood, October 16, 2001. The
German capital city of Berlin, which will elect a new local government
on Sunday, is a city on the move and a city struggling to overcome its
past division by the Cold War and Berlin Wall. The rail station is
planned to be the busiest in Europe when it is completed.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler To Match Feature Story
CONSTRUCTION-GERMANY-BERLIN.

AX/GB
GERMANY FRANCE
RTRMAQS
September 05, 2001
The shadow of German Foreign minister Joschka Fischer is thrown against
a wall as Fischer walks by while...
Berlin, Germany
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER MAKES A PHONE CALL IN BERLIN.
The shadow of German Foreign minister Joschka Fischer is thrown against
a wall as Fischer walks by while making a phone call with his mobile
phone ahead to the arrival of French President Jacques Chirac and Prime
Minister Lionel Jospin for the fourth Franco-German meeting with
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder this year in Berlin September 5, 2001.
Schroeder and Chirac met for an informal dinner on Wednesday evening
with talks on curbing global market turmoil providing a possible
unifying force for the host and his guests. A year before elections in
both Germany and France, few analysts expect much progress n major
stumbling blocks, notably reform of he European Union's institutions.
REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay REUTERS

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GERMANY PHOTOGRAPH
RTRLN9R
August 15, 2001
German photographer Peter Leibing poses in his home in the northern
German village of Oerel, about 100...
Oerel, Germany
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY GERMANY-WALL-PHOTOGRAPH.
German photographer Peter Leibing poses in his home in the northern
German village of Oerel, about 100 km south-west of Hamburg August 15,
2001, as he displays his famous picture of the East German soldier
Conrad Schumann jumping over the Berlin Wall. Leibings photograph of
the 19-year-old East German border guard throwing away his rifle as he
hurled over barbed wire on his way into West Berlin was taken on August
15, 1961, two days after East Germany sealed off its border with the
wall.

CHA/JOH/AA
GERMANY PHOTOGRAPH
RTRLN9K
August 15, 2001
German photographer Peter Leibing poses in his home in the northern
German village of Oerel, about 100...
Oerel, Germany
TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY GERMANY-WALL-PHOTOGRAPH.
German photographer Peter Leibing poses in his home in the northern
German village of Oerel, about 100 km south-west of Hamburg August 15,
2001, as he displays his famous picture of the East German soldier
Conrad Schumann jumping over the Berlin Wall. Leibings photograph of
the 19-year-old East German border guard throwing away his rifle as he
hurled over barbed wire on his way into West Berlin was taken on August
15, 1961, two days after East Germany sealed off its border with the
wall.

CHA/JOH/AA
GERMANY
RTXKPAG
August 13, 2001
People stand in front of layed wreaths at the wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 after...
Berlin, Germany
People stand in front of layed wreaths at the wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 a.....
People stand in front of layed wreaths at the wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 after an official ceremony to mark the 40th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's construction. East Germany's Communist leading built the Wall in 1961 to counter a growing flood of refugees to the West and it became a hated symbol of the Cold War.
GERMANY
RTXKPAE
August 13, 2001
A woman looks at the Wall Memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 after the official ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
A woman looks at the Wall Memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 after the official ceremon.....
A woman looks at the Wall Memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 after the official ceremony to mark the 40th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's construction. East Germany's Communist leading built the Wall in 1961 to counter a growing flood of refugees to the West and it became a hated symbol of the Cold War.
GERMANY
RTXKP5P
August 13, 2001
People lay wreaths at a wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 to mark the 40th anniversary...
Berlin, Germany
People lay wreaths at a wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 to mark the 40th annive.....
People lay wreaths at a wall memorial at Bernauer Strasse on August 13, 2001 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's construction. East Germany's Communist leaders built the wall in 1961 to counter a growing flood of refugees to the West. The Berlin Wall became a hated symbol of the Cold War.
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