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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
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November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, stands next to...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, stands next to a pony on a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, is maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK6
November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks on a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks on a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, is maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK5
November 27, 2020
A dog belonging the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, is seen in a bucket in a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
A dog belonging the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, is seen in a bucket in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK4
November 27, 2020
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives food to animals in a tent in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK3
November 27, 2020
An employee of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks with a camel in a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
An employee of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks with a camel in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK2
November 27, 2020
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives food to animals in a tent in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK1
November 27, 2020
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives food to animals in a tent in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBK0
November 27, 2020
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains on a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains on a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, is maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJZ
November 27, 2020
Cecene Dubois, 13, a clown at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives carrots to...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Cecene Dubois, 13, a clown at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, gives carrots to camels in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJY
November 27, 2020
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Jessy, who is in charge of the animals at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks towards tents in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJX
November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, practices in a...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, practices in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJW
November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, practices in a...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, practices in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJV
November 27, 2020
Cecene Dubois, 13, a clown at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, prepares carrots...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Cecene Dubois, 13, a clown at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, prepares carrots for animals in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJN
November 27, 2020
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains in a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJL
November 27, 2020
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains in a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Kevin Dubois, director of the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, trains in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJO
November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, stands next to...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, stands next to a pony in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBJM
November 27, 2020
A performer at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks in a parking lot where the...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
A performer at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-CIRCUS
RTX8CBIF
November 27, 2020
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks in a parking...
Gembloux, Belgium
French circus Zavatelli under lockdown amid COVID-19 pandemic, in Gembloux
Floye Dubois, 19, a juggler at the Zavatelli Circus owned by the French family Dubois, walks in a parking lot where the circus, together with two other Armanzo and Anderland, also owned by the same family, has been maintained under lockdown for about a year, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gembloux, Belgium November 26, 2020. Picture taken November 26, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DET
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer...
Gembloux, Belgium
Founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company displays a chocolate beer bottle in Gembloux...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer bottle after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DEO
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a three-dimensional...
Gembloux, Belgium
Founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company displays a three-dimensional shape object in...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a three-dimensional shape object after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DE4
April 13, 2017
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
Gembloux, Belgium
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DE2
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, adjusts three-dimensional...
Gembloux, Belgium
Founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company adjusts three-dimensional chocolate logos in...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, adjusts three-dimensional chocolate logos in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DE0
April 13, 2017
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
Gembloux, Belgium
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DDX
April 13, 2017
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
Gembloux, Belgium
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DD2
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer...
Gembloux, Belgium
Founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company displays a chocolate beer bottle in Gembloux...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer bottle after it was printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DBJ
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional...
Gembloux, Belgium
Three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes are pictured at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DB1
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional...
Gembloux, Belgium
Three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes are pictured at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux...
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35DB0
April 13, 2017
Gaetan Richard poses with the logo of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company after being printed...
Gembloux, Belgium
Richard poses with the logo of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company in Gembloux
Gaetan Richard poses with the logo of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company after being printed by a specialized 3D machine in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35D6V
April 13, 2017
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
Gembloux, Belgium
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RELIGION-EASTER/BELGIUM-CHOCOLATE
RTX35D6T
April 13, 2017
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
Gembloux, Belgium
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian...
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
ARENA
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January 16, 2004
Belgian Public Administration Marie Arena arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of...
Gembloux, Belgium
Belgian Public Administration Marie Arena arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start .....
Belgian Public Administration Marie Arena arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. [The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007.]
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAF0P
January 16, 2004
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY ...
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING. Belgian Transport Minister Bert Anciaux arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAECQ
January 16, 2004
BELGIAN JUSTICE MINISTER ONKELINX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN JUSTICE MINISTER ONKELINX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY ...
BELGIAN JUSTICE MINISTER ONKELINX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING. Belgian Justice Minister Laurette Onkelinx (L) arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAEC7
January 16, 2004
BELGIAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ARENA ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ARENA ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY ...
BELGIAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ARENA ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING. Belgian Public Administration Marie Arena arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAEBJ
January 16, 2004
BELGIAN FOREIGN MINISTER MICHEL ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING....
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN FOREIGN MINISTER MICHEL ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET ......
BELGIAN FOREIGN MINISTER MICHEL ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING. Belgian Foreign Minister Louis Michel arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAEAT
January 16, 2004
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt (L), Budget Minister Johan Vande Lanotte (C) and Employment Minister...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN MINISTERS ATTEND A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN GEMBLOUX.
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt (L), Budget Minister Johan Vande Lanotte (C) and Employment Minister Frank Vandenbroucke (R) wait at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman HRM/GM
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRAE9Z
January 16, 2004
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY ...
BELGIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER ANCIAUX ARRIVES IN GEMBLOUX AT THE START OF A TWO-DAY EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING. Belgian Transport Minister Bert Anciaux arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle in Gembloux at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting January 16, 2004. The government is holding the meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5XV
January 16, 2004
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER VERHOFSTADT ADDRESSES A NEWS CONFERENCE AT THE PETIT-LEEZ CASTLE NEAR GEMBLOUX....
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS THR/ACM
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5XO
January 16, 2004
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER VERHOFSTADT ADDRESSES A NEWS CONFERENCE AT THE PETIT-LEEZ CASTLE NEAR GEMBLOUX....
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman THR/ACM
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5XB
January 16, 2004
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt leaves his car, in this combination picture, as he arrives at...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
COMBO PICTURE SHOWING BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER VERHOFSTADT ARRIVING AT THE PETIT-LEEZ CASTLE IN GEMBLOUX....
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt leaves his car, in this combination picture, as he arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle ahead of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS THR/
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5X4
January 16, 2004
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING AN EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING NEAR...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING AN EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING ......
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING AN EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING NEAR GEMBLOUX. An employee of Belgian express courier operator DHL holds a giant jobless certificate addressed to Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt during a demonstration in front of the Petit-Leez Castle at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5WX
January 16, 2004
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt leaves his car as he arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle ahead of...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER VERHOFSTADT ARRIVES AT THE PETIT-LEEZ CASTLE IN GEMBLOUX.
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt leaves his car as he arrives at the Petit-Leez Castle ahead of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman THR/
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5WS
January 16, 2004
National Bank of Belgium Governor Guy Quaden addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM GOVERNOR QUADEN ADDRESSES A NEWS CONFERENCE IN GEMBLOUX.
National Bank of Belgium Governor Guy Quaden addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman THR/
BELGIUM POLITICS
RTRA5WM
January 16, 2004
National Bank of Belgium Governor Guy Quaden addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM GOVERNOR QUADEN ADDRESSES A NEWS CONFERENCE IN GEMBLOUX.
National Bank of Belgium Governor Guy Quaden addresses a news conference during a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS THR/WS
BELGIUM POLITICS
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January 16, 2004
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING NEAR...
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING ......
WORKERS OF BELGIAN EXPRESS COURIER OPERATOR DHL DEMONSTRATE DURING A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING NEAR GEMBLOUX. Workers of Belgian express courier operator DHL demonstrate in front of the Petit-Leez Castle at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
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January 16, 2004
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM GOVERNOR QUADEN SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN GEMBLOUX....
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM GOVERNOR QUADEN SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN ......
NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM GOVERNOR QUADEN SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN GEMBLOUX. National Bank of Belgium Governor Guy Quaden smiles at photographers at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM POLITICS
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January 16, 2004
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN GEMBLOUX....
Gembloux, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN ...
BELGIAN PRIME MINISTER GUY VERHOFSTADT SMILES AT THE START OF A EXTRAORDINARY CABINET MEETING IN GEMBLOUX. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt smiles at photographers at the start of a two-day extraordinary cabinet meeting at the Petit-Leez Castle near Gembloux January 16, 2004. Verhofstadt is holding a weekend meeting with his ministers to find ways of helping the country's recovering economy and to seek a possible agreement with German air-freight group DHL about the extension of DHL's operations in Belgium after 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM DENMARK ROYALS
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May 29, 2002
Belgian Queen Paola (L) and Danish Queen Margrethe II (R) wear laboratory
uniforms during a visit to...
Gembloux, Belgium
BELGIAN QUEEN PAOLA AND DANISH QUEEN MARGRETHE VISIT GLAXO SMITHKLINE
BIOLOGICALS LABORATORIES IN GEMBLOUX....
Belgian Queen Paola (L) and Danish Queen Margrethe II (R) wear laboratory
uniforms during a visit to the Glaxo Smithkline Biologicals laboratories in
Gembloux May 29, 2002. The Danish royal couple is on a three-day official
visit to Belgium.
BELGIUM DENMARK ROYALS
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May 29, 2002
Danish Prince Consort Henrik (L), Belgian Queen Paola (2nd L), Danish Queen
Margrethe II (2nd R) and...
Gembloux, Belgium
DANISH PRINCE HENRIK, BELGIAN QUEEN PAOLA, DANISH QUEEN MARGRETHE II AND BELGIAN KING ALBERT II VISIT...
Danish Prince Consort Henrik (L), Belgian Queen Paola (2nd L), Danish Queen
Margrethe II (2nd R) and Belgian King Albert II wear a laboratory uniform during
a visit to the Glaxo Smithkline Biologicals laboratories in Gembloux May 29,
2002. The Danish royal couple is on a three-day official visit to Belgium.
ROYALS
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May 26, 2002
Danish Prince Consort Henrik (L), Belgian Queen Paola (2nd L), Danish Queen Margrethe II (2nd R) and...
Gembloux, Belgium
Danish Prince Consort Henrik (L), Belgian Queen Paola (2nd L), Danish Queen Margrethe II (2nd R) and...
Danish Prince Consort Henrik (L), Belgian Queen Paola (2nd L), Danish Queen Margrethe II (2nd R) and Belgian King Albert II wear a laboratory uniform during a visit to the Glaxo Smithkline Biologicals laboratories in Gembloux May 29, 2002. The Danish royal couple is on a three-day official visit to Belgium.
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