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JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 06, 2006
Paper lanterns are adrift on a river in front of the gutted A-bomb dome (rear) to comfort the souls of...
Hiroshima, Japan
Paper lanterns are adrift on river in Hiroshima
Paper lanterns are adrift on a river in front of the gutted A-bomb dome (rear) to comfort the souls of victims of the 1945 atomic bombing in Hiroshima August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 06, 2006
A woman dances by paper lanterns adrift on a river as people float the lanterns to comfort the souls...
Hiroshima, Japan
Woman dances by paper lanterns adrift on river in Hiroshima
A woman dances by paper lanterns adrift on a river as people float the lanterns to comfort the souls of victims of atomic bombing in Hiroshima August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 06, 2006
Boys release a paper lantern on the Motoyasu river to comfort the souls of atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima,...
Hiroshima, Japan
People release paper lantern on the Motoyasu river to comfort souls of atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima...
Boys release a paper lantern on the Motoyasu river to comfort the souls of atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima, western Japan August 6, 2006, to mark the 61st anniversary of the atomic bombing on the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 06, 2006
Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi places a wreath before the cenotaph for the atomic bomb victims...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi places wreath for A-bomb victims in Hiroshima, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi places a wreath before the cenotaph for the atomic bomb victims at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan August 6, 2006. The city of Hiroshima marked the 61st anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on Sunday. At least 117,000 people were killed after the U.S. Air Force's B-29 bomber "Enola Gay" dropped the bomb on the city. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 06, 2006
Doves fly over the Peace Memorial Park with a view of the gutted A-bomb dome at a ceremony in Hiroshima,...
Hiroshima, Japan
Doves fly over the Peace Memorial Park with a view of the gutted A-bomb dome at a ceremony in Hiroshima,...
Doves fly over the Peace Memorial Park with a view of the gutted A-bomb dome at a ceremony in Hiroshima, Japan August 6, 2006 to mark the 61st anniversary of the atomic bombing on the city. At least 117,000 people were killed after the U.S. Air Force's B-29 bomber "Enola Gay" dropped the bomb on Hiroshima. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E8BE055X01.
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
People crowd as they pray for the atomic bomb victims in front of the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial...
Hiroshima, Japan
People crowd as they pray for the atomic bomb victims in front of the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial...
People crowd as they pray for the atomic bomb victims in front of the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima early August 6, 2006. Sunday marks the 61st anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb. The gutted A-bomb dome is pictured in the background REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
A girl prays for the atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima before the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial Park...
Hiroshima, Japan
A girl prays for the atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima before the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial Park...
A girl prays for the atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima before the cenotaph at the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima August 6, 2006. Sunday marks the 61st anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
School girls walk in front of a huge photograph showing the exact time when the Atomic bomb hit the Japanese...
Hiroshima, Japan
School girls walk in front of huge photograph showing exact time when Atomic bomb hit Japanese city in...
School girls walk in front of a huge photograph showing the exact time when the Atomic bomb hit the Japanese city at Hiroshima Peace Museum in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN HIROSHIMA
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August 05, 2006
People pray for the atomic bomb victims in the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan August 5, 2006....
Hiroshima, Japan
People pray for atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima
People pray for the atomic bomb victims in the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, Japan August 5, 2006. Hiroshima will mark the 61st anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on Sunday. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
Police officers walk in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on...
Hiroshima, Japan
Police officers walk past in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, Japan
Police officers walk in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
The gutted A-bomb dome is seen with a reflection in the water of a computer generated projection of how...
Hiroshima, Japan
A-bomb dome is seen with reflection in water of computer generated projection in Hiroshima
The gutted A-bomb dome is seen with a reflection in the water of a computer generated projection of how the structure looked before it was hit by the 1945 atomic bomb reflected on the Motoyau River in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the nuclear blast. Formerly an industrial promotion building and near ground zero, the dome was one of the few structures that were standing after the atomic bomb burst. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
Family walks with paper lanterns during a procession in front of the gutted A-bomb dome on the way to...
Hiroshima, Japan
Family walk with paper lanterns in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, Japan
Family walks with paper lanterns during a procession in front of the gutted A-bomb dome on the way to a memorial service for the victims of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the nuclear blast. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
Shinto priests walk past in front of the gutted A-bomb dome on the way to a memorial service for the...
Hiroshima, Japan
Shinto priests walk past in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, Japan
Shinto priests walk past in front of the gutted A-bomb dome on the way to a memorial service for the victims of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the nuclear blast. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
Children stage a "die-in" in a protest against nuclear armament in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in...
Hiroshima, Japan
Children stage a "die-in" in a protest against nuclear armament in Hiroshima
Children stage a "die-in" in a protest against nuclear armament in front of the gutted A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, western Japan, August 5, 2006, the eve of the 61th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing which occurred in the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
South Korean residents in Japan offer prayers in front of a cenotaph dedicated to South Korean atomic...
Hiroshima, Japan
South Korean residents in Japan offer prayers to a cenotaph in Hiroshima
South Korean residents in Japan offer prayers in front of a cenotaph dedicated to South Korean atomic bomb victims at Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima August 5, 2006 on the eve of the 61th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing of the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 05, 2006
Children offer flowers at the A-bomb memorial mound, where the remains of some 70,000 unidentified a-bomb...
Hiroshima, Japan
Children offer flowers at the A-bomb memorial mound in Hiroshima, Japan
Children offer flowers at the A-bomb memorial mound, where the remains of some 70,000 unidentified a-bomb victims are laid to rest, in Hiroshima, western Japan August 5, 2006, on the eve of the 61st anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on the city. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
USA
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August 04, 2006
Yoshio Sato, a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945, shows an illustration he did for...
Chantilly, USA
Yoshio Sato, a survivor of atomic bombing of Hiroshima, shows illustration after a visit to the National...
Yoshio Sato, a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945, shows an illustration he did for a book to the media, after a visit to see the B-29 bomber Enola Gay at the National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center, in Chantilly, Virginia August 4, 2006. The illustration describes how victims' skin melted in the aftermath of the bombing, as well as their sufferings. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES)
JAPAN
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August 04, 2006
Protesters hold placards during a candlelight rally in front of the A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, western...
Hiroshima, Japan
Protesters hold placards during a candlelight rally in front of the A-bomb dome in Hiroshima
Protesters hold placards during a candlelight rally in front of the A-bomb dome in Hiroshima, western Japan August 4, 2006. The rally was held to demand an immediate ceasefire between Lebanon and Israel. The placard at the bottom right reads, "Stop the war- give peace a chance". The placard in the background reads "Stop war crimes in the name of justice". REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 04, 2006
Anti-nuclear demonstrators holding flags walk in front of a cenotaph, with the A-bomb dome in the background,...
Hiroshima, Japan
Anti-nuclear demonstrators walk in front of cenotaph at Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park
Anti-nuclear demonstrators holding flags walk in front of a cenotaph, with the A-bomb dome in the background, at Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, western Japan August 4, 2006. Hiroshima is marking the 61th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on August 6. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN
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August 04, 2006
A Japanese family looks up at the A-bomb dome at Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park August 4, 2006. Hiroshima...
Hiroshima, Japan
Japanese family looks up at A-bomb dome at Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park
A Japanese family looks up at the A-bomb dome at Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park August 4, 2006. Hiroshima is marking the 61th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing on August 6. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
DAVIES
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April 27, 2006
New Zealand designers Francis Hooper (R) and Denise L'Estrange-Corbet wave to the audience after their...
Sydney, Australia
New Zealand designers Francis Hooper (R) and Denise L'Estrange-Corbet wave to the audience after the.....
New Zealand designers Francis Hooper (R) and Denise L'Estrange-Corbet wave to the audience after their show under the label World at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney April 27, 2006. [Over one hundred designers from Australia and Asia Pacific are presenting their designs in either Individual, Ready to Wear or New Generation Group collection shows that will run over five days.]
BRIAN
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April 08, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 01NOV95- Gary Brian OBE conducts the London Philharmonia during a two day recording of Polish...
London, UK
-PHOTO TAKEN 01NOV95- Gary Brian OBE conducts the London Philharmonia during a two day recording of .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 01NOV95- Gary Brian OBE conducts the London Philharmonia during a two day recording of Polish music in London, November 1, 1995. Brian is the first new zealander ever to conduct the London Philharmonia Orchestra. B&W only.
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SANDERSON
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March 11, 2006
Skipper of ABN Amro One yacht, Mike Sanderson, holds up the trophy after winning the first place in the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Skipper of ABN Amro One yacht, Mike Sanderson, holds up the trophy after winning the first place in .....
Skipper of ABN Amro One yacht, Mike Sanderson, holds up the trophy after winning the first place in the fourth leg of the Volvo Ocean Race 2005-2006 in Rio de Janeiro March 11, 2006. The Volvo Ocean Race fleet will spend just three weeks in the port of Rio before heading off to the next leg of the race to [Baltimore].
JAPAN
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December 29, 2005
A Japanese girl smiles as she wears a pair of novelty sunglasses in Tokyo's Ameyoko shopping district...
Tokyo, Japan
A Japanese girl smiles as she wears a pair of novelty sunglasses in Tokyo's Ameyoko shopping distric.....
A Japanese girl smiles as she wears a pair of novelty sunglasses in Tokyo's Ameyoko shopping district December 29, 2005.
RUGBY
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August 13, 2005
All Blacks player Joe Rokocoko (C) is tackled by Australia's Morgan Turinui (L) during their Bledisloe...
Sydney, Australia
All Blacks player Joe Rokocoko (C) is tackled by Australia's Morgan Turinui (L) during their Bledisl.....
All Blacks player Joe Rokocoko (C) is tackled by Australia's Morgan Turinui (L) during their Bledisloe Cup test in Sydney August 13, 2005. [The test match is also part of the Tri Nations series which includes South Africa.]
OLYMPICS
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July 01, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN05 - A worker walks past flags depicting the names of the candidate cities hoping...
Singapore, Singapore
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN05 - A worker walks past flags depicting the names of the candidate cities hoping.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29JUN05 - A worker walks past flags depicting the names of the candidate cities hoping to host the 2012 Olympics, during preparations for the 117th IOC session, at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore, July 1, 2005. During the session the IOC will take key decisions on policy issues including the review of of the Olympic programme and the election of the host city for the Games in 2012.
TAIWAN
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December 31, 2004
Taiwanese people attend a countdown party in front of the 508 meters tall Taipei 101 tower, the world's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwanese people attend a countdown party in front of the 508 meters tall Taipei 101 tower, the worl.....
Taiwanese people attend a countdown party in front of the 508 meters tall Taipei 101 tower, the world's tallest office building, in Taipei on January 1, 2005.
THAILAND
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December 31, 2004
Thai people hold candles to honour the memory of those who died after Asia's tsunami during a gathering,...
Phuket, Thailand
Thai people hold candles to honour the memory of those who died after Asia's tsunami during a gather.....
Thai people hold candles to honour the memory of those who died after Asia's tsunami during a gathering, in Phuket province about 862 km (536 miles) south of Bangkok, December 31, 2004. Asia's tsunami death toll soared above 125,000 on Friday as millions struggled to find food and clean water and the world mobilised for what is shaping up to be the biggest relief effort in history.
RUGBY
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November 27, 2004
Tony Marsh of France (R) is tackled by All Blacks Captain Tana Umaga during their rugby test match at...
Paris, France
Tony Marsh of France (R) is tackled by All Blacks Captain Tana Umaga during their rugby test match a.....
Tony Marsh of France (R) is tackled by All Blacks Captain Tana Umaga during their rugby test match at the Saint-Denis Stade de France November 27, 2004.
MARTIN CALGARY STAMPEDE
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July 17, 2004
Canada's Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan (L), Senator Joyce Fairburn, and Prime Minister Paul Martin...
Calgary, Canada
CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER MARTIN POSES WITH BISON AT CALGARY STAMPEDE.
Canada's Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan (L), Senator Joyce Fairburn, and Prime Minister Paul Martin pose with a bison in a barn at the Calgary Stampede, July 17, 2004, in Calgary. Martin toured the Stampede grounds before going to the rodeo. REUTERS/Patrick Price PP/HB
MARTIN CALGARY STAMPEDE
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July 17, 2004
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin poses with a dairy cow mascot and a young girl in the barns at the...
Calgary, Canada
PRIME MINISTER MARTIN POSES WITH COW AND LITTLE GIRL AT CALGARY STAMPEDE.
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin poses with a dairy cow mascot and a young girl in the barns at the Calgary Stampede, July 17, 2004, in Calgary. Martin toured the Stampede grounds before going to the afternoon rodeo. REUTERS/Patrick Price PP
MARTIN CALGARY STAMPEDE
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July 17, 2004
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin speaks in front of the Calgary Stampede logo on a chuck wagon, July...
Calgary, Canada
PRIME MINISTER MARTIN SPEAKS AT THE CALGARY STAMPEDE.
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin speaks in front of the Calgary Stampede logo on a chuck wagon, July 17, 2004 at the Stampede grounds in Calgary. This is the first trip Martin has taken to the West since the federal election. REUTERS/Patrick Price PP/HB
MARTIN CALGARY STAMPEDE
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July 17, 2004
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin flips a flap jack high into the air at a breakfast at the Calgary...
Calgary, Canada
PRIME MINISTER MARTIN FLIPS FLAP JACKS AT CALGARY STAMPEDE.
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin flips a flap jack high into the air at a breakfast at the Calgary Stampede, July 17, 2004. Martin is visiting the Calgary Stampede for the day. REUTERS/Patrick Price PP/HB
MARTIN CALGARY STAMPEDE
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July 17, 2004
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin flips a flap jack high into the air at a breakfast at the Calgary...
Calgary, Canada
PRIME MINISTER MARTIN FLIPS FLAP JACKS AT CALGARY STAMPEDE.
Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin flips a flap jack high into the air at a breakfast at the Calgary Stampede, July 17, 2004. Martin is visiting the Calgary Stampede for the day. REUTERS/Patrick Price PP/HB
HILLARY
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May 28, 2003
Sir Edmund Hillary, 83, smiles during a news conference at the British Embassy in Kathmandu, May 28,...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Sir Edmund Hillary, 83, smiles during a news conference at the British Embassy in Kathmandu, May 28,.....
Sir Edmund Hillary, 83, smiles during a news conference at the British Embassy in Kathmandu, May 28, 2003. As he marks the 50th anniversary of reaching the roof of the world, a now grey-haired and stooped Sir Edmund Hillary doesn't care if he really was the first to the top of Mount Everest. What counts, he says, is that he and his Nepali climbing mate, [Tenzing Norgay], were the first to come back.
HILLARY
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May 21, 2003
Sir Edmund Hillary (L) signs an autograph to a picture showing Mount Everest during a visit to the Indian...
New Delhi, India
Sir Edmund Hillary (L) signs an autograph to a picture showing Mount Everest during a visit to the I.....
Sir Edmund Hillary (L) signs an autograph to a picture showing Mount Everest during a visit to the Indian Mountaineering Foundation in New Delhi May 21, 2003. The Hillarys are in India for a two-day visit as part of celebrations organised by the Indian government to mark the 50th anniversary of Hillary and [Tenzing Norgays]' climb to the top of Mount Everest.
AFGHANISTAN
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February 24, 2002
New Zealander airmovements shift leader Jade Streeter, stands on runway at Kabul airport, February 24,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
New Zealander airmovements shift leader Jade Streeter, stands on runway at Kabul airport, February 2.....
New Zealander airmovements shift leader Jade Streeter, stands on runway at Kabul airport, February 24, 2002. [There are just over 100 women in the 4,500-strong International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) tasked with helping to maintain law and order in the Afghan capital Kabul.]
BRAZIL
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November 19, 2001
Maori indigenous performer Tomika Whiu shouts as Pataxo indians from Brazil look on d[uring a cultural...
Brasilia, Brazil
Maori indigenous performer Tomika Whiu shouts as Pataxo indians from Brazil look on d[uring a cultur.....
Maori indigenous performer Tomika Whiu shouts as Pataxo indians from Brazil look on d[uring a cultural exchange for Prime Minister Helen Clark of New Zealand, at the Indigenous Museum in Brasilia November 19, 2001. Xingu and Pataxo indians, along with Maori indigenous delegates, performed for the prime minister. Clark is in Brazil for an official state visit. ]
SYDNEY
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January 01, 2001
Fireworks of the new millennium explode above the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House January 1, 2001....
Sydney, Australia
Fireworks of the new millennium explode above the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House January 1, 2.....
Fireworks of the new millennium explode above the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House January 1, 2001. The bridge is decorated with a rainbow serpent, alluding to Aboriginal folklore, and the Star of the Centenary of Commemoration, marking the centenary of Australia's membership in the Commonwealth.
ST PETERSBURG
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January 01, 2001
Flames break out atop a 19th century monument depicting a chariot during New Year celebrations in St.Petersburg,...
St Petersburg, Russia
Flames break out atop a 19th century monument depicting a chariot during New Year celebrations in St.....
Flames break out atop a 19th century monument depicting a chariot during New Year celebrations in St.Petersburg, Russia's second city, January 1, 2001. Firefighters needed 40 minutes to extinguish the blaze while celebrations in adjacent Palace Square continued, with tens of thousands in attendance.
PARIS
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January 01, 2001
New year revellers celebrate with champagne near the Eiffel Tower in Paris at the stroke of midnight...
Paris, France
New year revellers celebrate with champagne near the Eiffel Tower in Paris at the stroke of midnight.....
New year revellers celebrate with champagne near the Eiffel Tower in Paris at the stroke of midnight January 1, 2001. Blue strobe lights had been added to the Eiffel tower to mark the occasion.
BERLIN
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January 01, 2001
Fireworks light up Berlin's landmark the Victory column during the New Millennium celebrations early...
Berlin, Germany
Fireworks light up Berlin's landmark the Victory column during the New Millennium celebrations early...
Fireworks light up Berlin's landmark the Victory column during the New Millennium celebrations early January 1, 2001. About one million revellers welcomed the New Year around the Victory column and the Brandenburg Gate, police said.
MOSCOW
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December 31, 2000
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world's...
Moscow, Russia
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world'.....
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world's largest country spanning 11 time zones January 1, 2001. [President Vladimir Putin told Russians the past year had seen a measure a stability in Russia but acknowledged that not everyone had shared in the benefits].
MOSCOW
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December 31, 2000
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world's...
Moscow, Russia
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world'.....
Fireworks light up Moscow's Red Square in the most lavish New Year festivities in Russia, the world's largest country spanning 11 time zones January 1, 2001. [President Vladimir Putin told Russians the past year had seen a measure a stability in Russia but acknowledged that not everyone had shared in the benefits].
LONDON
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December 31, 2000
Fireworks are launched from the roof Canary Wharf, Britain's tallest building, behind The Millennium...
London, UK
Fireworks are launched from the roof Canary Wharf, Britain's tallest building, behind The Millennium.....
Fireworks are launched from the roof Canary Wharf, Britain's tallest building, behind The Millennium Dome December 31, 2000. The 670 milion pound Millennium Dome has been bedevilled by bad publicity, missed visitor targets and a huge cash haemorrhage since it opened exactly 12 months ago.
LONDON
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December 31, 2000
People watch the final aerial performance at Britain's Millennium Dome on its last day as a visitor attraction...
London, UK
People watch the final aerial performance at Britain's Millennium Dome on its last day as a visitor .....
People watch the final aerial performance at Britain's Millennium Dome on its last day as a visitor attraction December 31, 2000. [The 670 milion pound attraction, on the banks of the River Thames, has been bedevilled by bad publicity, missed visitor targets and a huge cash haemorrhage since it opened exactly 12 months ago. ]
LONDON
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December 31, 2000
Aerial dancers Corinne Pierre (L) and Fabio Santos perform during the final show at Britain's Millennium...
London, UK
Aerial dancers Corinne Pierre (L) and Fabio Santos perform during the final show at Britain's Millen.....
Aerial dancers Corinne Pierre (L) and Fabio Santos perform during the final show at Britain's Millennium Dome on its last day as a visitor attraction December 31, 2000. [The 670 milion pound attraction, on the banks of the River Thames, has been bedevilled by bad publicity, missed visitor targets and a huge cash haemorrhage since it opened exactly 12 months ago.]
LAFLEUR
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November 08, 1998
New Caledonian leader Jacques Lafleur casts his ballot in Noumea, New Caledonia, November 8. New Caledonians...
New Caledonian leader Jacques Lafleur casts his ballot in Noumea, New Caledonia, November 8. New Ca.....
New Caledonian leader Jacques Lafleur casts his ballot in Noumea, New Caledonia, November 8. New Caledonians have voted by a wide margin in a referendum to put their nickel-rich Pacific island on the road to autonomy from France.
CHINA
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January 28, 1998
Families, arriving in hordes at Beijing's Baiguanyuan Temple, kneel and offer incense on Lunar New Year,...
Beijing, China
Families, arriving in hordes at Beijing's Baiguanyuan Temple, kneel and offer incense on Lunar New Y.....
Families, arriving in hordes at Beijing's Baiguanyuan Temple, kneel and offer incense on Lunar New Year, many praying for a prosperous Year of the Tiger January 28. Thousands of visitors flocked to the Taoist temple to make donations and pray on the most important event on the calendar.
YACHTING
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May 19, 1997
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck of...
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck o.....
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck of his Sport-Elec trimaran yacht on arrival in Brest, Brittany May 19. De Kersauson set a new round-the-world sailing record, circling the globe in 71 days, 14 hours, 18 minutes and eight seconds, beating the previous record set by Blake. 2ndL is crew member Michel Bothuon, 2ndR is crew member Didier Gainette.
YACHTING
RTXHI57
May 19, 1997
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck of...
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck o.....
French sailor Olivier de Kersauson (L) is greeted by New Zealander Sir Peter Blake (R) on the deck of his Sport-Elec trimaran yacht on arrival in Brest, Brittany May 19. De Kersauson set a new round-the-world sailing record, circling the globe in 71 days, 14 hours, 18 minutes and eight seconds, beating the previous record set by Blake. 2ndL is crew member Michel Bothuon, 2ndR is crew member Didier Gainette.
RUGBY
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November 18, 1995
France's Alain Penaud (L) and Richard Dourthe (R) try to stop All Blacks player Eric Rush (C) during...
France's Alain Penaud (L) and Richard Dourthe (R) try to stop All Blacks player Eric Rush (C) durin.....
France's Alain Penaud (L) and Richard Dourthe (R) try to stop All Blacks player Eric Rush (C) during their rugby union match at Parc des Princes stadium, November 18.All Black defeated France 37 to 12
FRANCE
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November 11, 1995
Philippe Carbonneau (L) of France has his kick charged down by Eric Rush (R) in the first test match...
Philippe Carbonneau (L) of France has his kick charged down by Eric Rush (R) in the first test match.....
Philippe Carbonneau (L) of France has his kick charged down by Eric Rush (R) in the first test match of the All Blacks tour of France November 11. France beat the All Blacks by 22-15
FRANCE
RTXFM0P
November 11, 1995
Jean-Luc Sadourny (C,L) of France tackles Jonah Lomu (C,R) of New Zealand after he breaks free from...
Jean-Luc Sadourny (C,L) of France tackles Jonah Lomu (C,R) of New Zealand after he breaks free from.....
Jean-Luc Sadourny (C,L) of France tackles Jonah Lomu (C,R) of New Zealand after he breaks free from Philippe Carbonneau (on ground) as Alain Carminati (2ndL) and Alain Penaud (L) look on, in the first test match of the All Blacks tour of France November 11. France beat the All Blacks by 22-15
FRANCE
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November 11, 1995
Jean-Luc Sadourny (R) of France breaks through the New Zealand defence to score the first French try...
Jean-Luc Sadourny (R) of France breaks through the New Zealand defence to score the first French tr.....
Jean-Luc Sadourny (R) of France breaks through the New Zealand defence to score the first French try as Allblacks Olo Brown (L) and Robin Brooke (2nd L) look on, in the first test match of the All Blacks tour of France November 11. France beat the All Blacks by 22-15
NUCLEAR
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September 11, 1995
New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger (L) talks with the New Zealand Ambassador to France, Chris Beeby...
New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger (L) talks with the New Zealand Ambassador to France, Chris Bee.....
New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger (L) talks with the New Zealand Ambassador to France, Chris Beeby who was recalled from France by Bolger, September 11
RUGBY
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June 15, 1995
New Zealand All Black winger, Jonah Lomu exits the swimming pool at his team hotel during a day of relaxation...
New Zealand All Black winger, Jonah Lomu exits the swimming pool at his team hotel during a day of r.....
New Zealand All Black winger, Jonah Lomu exits the swimming pool at his team hotel during a day of relaxation for the All Black side in Pretoria June 14. Lomu has been one of the main attractions of the Rugby World Cup in South Africa and has attracted a worldwide stampede by rugby-league clubs to sign contracts along with American football outfit the Dallas Cowboys. The All Blacks play their World Cup semi-final match against England June 18.
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