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YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7YA93
September 27, 2020
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee and Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation, react after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWISS-WEATHER/
RTX7YA5Q
September 27, 2020
First snow is seen on mountains behind the church in Glion, Switzerland September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis...
GLION, Switzerland
First snow is seen on mountains behind the church in Glion
First snow is seen on mountains behind the church in Glion, Switzerland September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7YA5A
September 27, 2020
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen speaks during an interview with Reuters in Glion,...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen speaks during an interview with Reuters in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7YA3F
September 27, 2020
Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation is pictured after the closing plenary of the fourth...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation is pictured after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7YA3E
September 27, 2020
Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation is pictured after the closing plenary of the fourth...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation is pictured after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9XM
September 27, 2020
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee, Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee, Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation and Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen pose for a photograph after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9XK
September 27, 2020
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) attends the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9XB
September 27, 2020
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee, Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation and Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen pose for a photograph after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9WY
September 27, 2020
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee shakes hands with Hadi Haig, Head...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee shakes hands with Hadi Haig, Head of the Yemeni government delegation after the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9TN
September 27, 2020
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen speaks as he attends the closing plenary of...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen speaks as he attends the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9RK
September 27, 2020
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, and Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, and Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), attend the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9P9
September 27, 2020
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee is seen ahead of the closing plenary...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Abdulkader al-Murtada, Head of the Houthi prisoner exchange committee is seen ahead of the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9OQ
September 27, 2020
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen arrives to attend the closing plenary of the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen arrives to attend the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9OJ
September 27, 2020
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
Fabrizio Carboni, Regional Director for the Near and Middle East of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) arrives to attend the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9IH
September 27, 2020
A view of the venue where the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
A view of the venue where the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen takes place, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
YEMEN-SECURITY/PRISONERS-UN
RTX7Y9II
September 27, 2020
A view of the venue where the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the...
GLION, Switzerland
Meeting on Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen, in Glion
A view of the venue where the closing plenary of the fourth meeting of the Supervisory Committee on the Implementation of the Prisoners' Exchange Agreement in Yemen takes place, in Glion, Switzerland, September 27, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSV
October 25, 2013
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive...
GLION, Switzerland
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive...
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSU
October 25, 2013
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux,...
GLION, Switzerland
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux...
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NST
October 25, 2013
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette...
GLION, Switzerland
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette...
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSS
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSR
October 25, 2013
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive...
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSQ
October 25, 2013
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland,...
GLION, Switzerland
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSP
October 25, 2013
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa...
GLION, Switzerland
Yann Olivier Tavernier, managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa...
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. Tavernier followed a Course on Etiquette in February 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSO
October 25, 2013
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during...
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSN
October 25, 2013
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining...
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSM
October 25, 2013
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during...
GLION, Switzerland
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during...
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSL
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSJ
October 25, 2013
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining...
GLION, Switzerland
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the...
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
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