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BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SY
July 28, 2017
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SX
July 28, 2017
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie works on there deck in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SR
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SQ
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SJ
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SI
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SH
July 28, 2017
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie looks on as he returns to Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie looks on as he returns to Zeebruges
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie looks on as he returns to Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9SG
July 28, 2017
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie look on as they return to Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie look on as they return to Zeebruges
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie look on as they return to Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9Q8
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9Q4
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9PA
July 28, 2017
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges...
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9ON
July 28, 2017
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges...
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie are greeted by family members as they return in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9OK
July 28, 2017
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie disembark in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie disembark in Zeebruges
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie disembark in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9OC
July 28, 2017
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9NR
July 28, 2017
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges
A crew member of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie throws a rope as it arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9NA
July 28, 2017
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie greet their family as they return in Zeebruges, Belgium...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie greet their family as they return in Zeebruges
Crew members of the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie greet their family as they return in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9N9
July 28, 2017
A crew member greets his family as the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A crew member greets his family as the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie arrives in Zeebruges
A crew member greets his family as the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie arrives in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM-NAVY/EUNAVFOR
RTX3D9N7
July 28, 2017
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28,...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges
Crew members stand on the Belgian frigate Louise-Marie as they arrive in Zeebruges, Belgium July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Vidal
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1Y6X
August 21, 2003
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a
barge to Zeebrugge port for...
Zeebruges, Belgium - Kingdom of
SECTIONS OF SUNKEN TRICOLOR ARE TRANSPORTED ON BARGE TO ZEEBRUGGE.
The first two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a
barge to Zeebrugge port for dismantling, August 21, 2003. The Tricolor,
a 1987-built Norwegian flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to
$50 million, sank in French waters after it collided with another ship
on December 14, 2002. Salvaging the carrier could be completed in
October and is expected to cost $40 million. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/CRB
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1XY9
August 21, 2003
Two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a barge as it
arrives at Zeebrugge port...
Zeebruges, Belgium - Kingdom of
SECTIONS OF SUNKEN TRICOLOR ARE TRANSPORTED TO ZEEBRUGGE.
Two sections of the sunken ship Tricolor are transported on a barge as it
arrives at Zeebrugge port for dismantling on August 21, 2003. The Tricolor,
a 1987 built Norwegian flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to $50
million, sank in French waters after it collided with another ship on
December 14, 2002. Salvaging the carrier could be completed in October and
is expected to cost $40 million. Pictures of the month August 2003. REUTERS/F
rancois Lenoir

FLR/CRB
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1XW9
August 21, 2003
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on...
Zeebruges, Belgium - Kingdom of
CARS ARE PILED UP IN SECTIONS OF TRICOLOR TRANSPORTED TO ZEEBRUGGE.
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on a barge to Zeebrugge port for
dismantling, August 21, 2003. The Tricolor, a 1987-built Norwegian
flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to $50 million, sank in
French waters after it collided with another ship on December 14, 2002.
Salvaging the carrier could be completed in October and is expected to
cost $40 million. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/CRB
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1XVZ
August 21, 2003
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on...
Zeebruges, Belgium - Kingdom of
CARS ARE PILED UP IN SECTIONS OF TRICOLOR TRANSPORTED TO ZEEBRUGGE.
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on a barge to Zeebrugge port for
dismantling, August 21, 2003. The Tricolor, a 1987-built Norwegian
flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to $50 million, sank in
French waters after it collided with another ship on December 14, 2002.
Salvaging the carrier could be completed in October and is expected to
cost $40 million. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/CRB
BELGIUM TANKER
RTR1XVU
August 21, 2003
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on...
Zeebruges, Belgium - Kingdom of
CARS ARE PILED UP IN SECTIONS OF TRICOLOR TRANSPORTED TO ZEEBRUGGE.
Cars are piled up in the wreckage of the first two pieces of the sunken
ship Tricolor, transported on a barge to Zeebrugge port for
dismantling, August 21, 2003. The Tricolor, a 1987-built Norwegian
flagged vessel carrying luxury cars worth up to $50 million, sank in
French waters after it collided with another ship on December 14, 2002.
Salvaging the carrier could be completed in October and is expected to
cost $40 million. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/CRB
BELGIUM
RTXLIOU
September 26, 2002
Belgian Interior Minister Antoine Duquesne (L), British Home Secretary David Blunkett (C) and French...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Belgian Interior Minister Antoine Duquesne (L), British Home Secretary David Blunkett (C) and French.....
Belgian Interior Minister Antoine Duquesne (L), British Home Secretary David Blunkett (C) and French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy arrive in Zeebruges September 25, 2002 ahead of the signing of a cooperation partnership on the fight against illegal immigration. [Sarkozy and Blunkett earlier visited the Sangatte refugee camp in France.]
BELGIUM REFUGEES
RTRB52L
September 26, 2002
BELGIAN INTERIOR MINISTER DUQUESNE, BRITISH HOME SECRETARY BLUNKETT AND
FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER SARKOZY...
Zeebruges, Belgium
BELGIAN INTERIOR MINISTER DUQUESNE, BRITISH HOME SECRETARY BLUNKETT AND
FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER ......
BELGIAN INTERIOR MINISTER DUQUESNE, BRITISH HOME SECRETARY BLUNKETT AND
FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER SARKOZY ARRIVE IN ZEEBRUGES.
SANDCASTLE
RTXLCRW
June 23, 2002
Two sand sculptors carve a creation during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Two sand sculptors carve a creation during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, J.....
Two sand sculptors carve a creation during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. Nine million kilos of sand will be necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.
SANDCASTLE
RTXLCRV
June 23, 2002
A Sand carver sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A Sand carver sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. .....
A Sand carver sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.
SANDCASTLE
RTXLCRU
June 23, 2002
Sand carver Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern...
Zeebruges, Belgium
Sand carver Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, n.....
Sand carver Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.
SANDCASTLE
RTXLCRT
June 23, 2002
A Sand carver digs during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A Sand carver digs during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A t.....
A Sand carver digs during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.
BELGIUM SANDCASTLE
RTR6Q9K
June 23, 2002
A Sand carver sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge,
northern Belgium, June 23, 2002....
Zeebruges, Belgium
A SAND CARVER SCULPTS DURING THE SANDCASTLE FESTIVAL IN ZEEBRUGGE.
A Sand carver sculpts during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge,
northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the
Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are
building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis"
theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be necessary for the sculpture
which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be
finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.

REUTERS/Thierry Roge REUTERS
BELGIUM SANDCASTLE
RTR6Q9E
June 23, 2002
A Sand carver digs during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge,
northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A SAND CARVER SCULPTS DURING THE SANDCASTLE FESTIVAL IN ZEEBRUGGE.
A Sand carver digs during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge,
northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from the
Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are
building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis"
theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be necessary for the sculpture
which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and will be
finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.

REUTERS/Thierry Roge REUTERS
BELGIUM SANDCASTLE
RTR6Q98
June 23, 2002
Sand carver Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands sculpts during the
Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A SAND CARVER SCULPTS DURING THE SANDCASTLE FESTIVAL IN ZEEBRUGGE.
Sand carver Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands sculpts during the
Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A
team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States, Spain,
France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle
with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. 9 million kilos of sands will be
necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60
metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on
June 28.

REUTERS/Thierry Roge REUTERS
BELGIUM SANDCASTLE
RTR6Q93
June 23, 2002
Two sand sculptors carve a creation during the Sandcastle Festival in
Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A SAND CARVER SCULPTS DURING THE SANDCASTLE FESTIVAL IN ZEEBRUGGE.
Two sand sculptors carve a creation during the Sandcastle Festival in
Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23, 2002. A team of 75 carvers from
the Netherlands, The United States, Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium
are building the biggest Belgian sandcastle with "The Mystery of
Atlantis" theme. Nine million kilos of sand will be necessary for the
sculpture which will measure 80 metres in length, 60 metres wide and
will be finished for the opening of the exhibition on June 28.

REUTERS/Thierry Roge
BELGIUM SANDCASTLE
RTR6Q85
June 23, 2002
Sand sculptor Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands carves a creation
during the Sandcastle Festival in...
Zeebruges, Belgium
A SAND CARVER SCULPTS DURING THE SANDCASTLE FESTIVAL IN ZEEBRUGGE.
Sand sculptor Martijn Kamans of The Netherlands carves a creation
during the Sandcastle Festival in Zeebrugge, northern Belgium, June 23,
2002. A team of 75 carvers from the Netherlands, The United States,
Spain, France, Ireland and Belgium are building the biggest Belgian
sandcastle with "The Mystery of Atlantis" theme. Nine million kilos of
sand will be necessary for the sculpture which will measure 80 metres
in length, 60 metres wide and will be finished for the opening of the
exhibition on June 28.

REUTERS/Thierry Roge
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