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SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTX6IJBD
December 14, 2018
Soccer Football - Liga MX Final First Leg - America v Cruz Azul, Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, Mexico-...
Mexico, Mexico
Soccer Football - Liga MX Final First Leg - America v Cruz Azul
Soccer Football - Liga MX Final First Leg - America v Cruz Azul, Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, Mexico- December 13, 2018 America's Paul Aguilar clashes with Cruz Azul's Roberto Alvarado REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-BRA/
RTX3EVYX
September 05, 2017
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Colombia v Brazil - Metropolitano Roberto Melendez...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Colombia v Brazil
Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Colombia v Brazil - Metropolitano Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - September 5, 2017 - Neymar (10) of Brazil in action against Abel Aguilar (8) and James Rodriguez of Colombia. REUTERS/Henry Romero
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-CHI/
RTX2T3PK
November 10, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Chile - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium - Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Chile - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Chile - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium - Barranquilla, Colombia. 11/10/16. Colombia's Abel Aguilar (L) and Chile's Jean Beausejour compete for the ball. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-URU/
RTSRU59
October 11, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - 11/10/16 Colombia's Abel Aguilar celebrates after scoring. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-URU/
RTSRU3N
October 11, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - 11/10/16 Colombia's Abel Aguilar celebrates after scoring. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-URU/
RTSRU39
October 11, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - 11/10/16 Colombia's Abel Aguilar (R) celebrates after scoring. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-URU/
RTSRU36
October 11, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - 11/10/16 Colombia's Abel Aguilar (2nd L) celebrates after scoring. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-COL-URU/
RTSRU2E
October 11, 2016
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla,...
Barranquilla, Colombia
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers
Football Soccer - Colombia v Uruguay - World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Roberto Melendez stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - 11/10/16 Colombia's Abel Aguilar (R), Uruguay's Edinson Cavani (C) and Sebastian Coates (19) in action. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
SOCCER-COPA/M22
RTX1I2ZD
June 27, 2015
Brazil's Roberto Firmino fights for the ball with Paraguay's Pablo Aguilar (R) and Ivan Piris during...
Concepcion, Chile
Brazil's Firmino fights for the ball with Paraguay's Aguilar and Piris during their Copa America 2015...
Brazil's Roberto Firmino fights for the ball with Paraguay's Pablo Aguilar (R) and Ivan Piris during their Copa America 2015 quarter-finals soccer match at Estadio Municipal Alcaldesa Ester Roa Rebolledo in Concepcion, Chile, June 27, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno
BOLIVIA/
RTR2E0I6
May 17, 2010
Teachers incinerate a figure of Education Minister Roberto Aguilar at the San Francisco square, after...
La Paz, Bolivia
Teachers incinerate a figure of Education Minister Roberto Aguilar at the San Francisco square
Teachers incinerate a figure of Education Minister Roberto Aguilar at the San Francisco square, after marching from Caracollo to La Paz May 17, 2010. Teachers demanded a wage increase from the government of Bolivia's President Evo Morales. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS EDUCATION)
MEXICO/
RTR2AQDQ
February 23, 2010
Presidents pose during the official photo of the Latin American leaders summit in Cancun February 22,...
Cancun, Mexico
Presidents, Prime Ministers and representatives pose during the official photo of the Latin American...
Presidents pose during the official photo of the Latin American leaders summit in Cancun February 22, 2010. Top row L-R First three of the left upper row are unidentified, Saint Kitts's Prime Minister Denzil Douglas (4L) Panama's Roberto Martinelli (5L), Paraguay's Fernando Lugo (5R), Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister Patrick Manning (4R) Hugo Chavez (3R)
Center row L-R Haiti's President Rene Preval (1L) Cuba's Raul Castro (4L), Bolivia's Evo Morales (5L), Colombia's Alvaro Uribe (5R), Costa Rica's Oscar Arias (4R) Ecuador's Rafael Correa (3R), Guatemala's Alvaro Colom (2R) Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega (1R) and Front row L-R to right are,Barbados´ Prime Minister David Thompson (1L), Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Winston Baldwin Spencer (2L), Dominican Republic Leonel Fernandez (3L) Chile's Michelle Bachelet (4L), Mexico's Felipe Calderon (5L) Brazil's Luis Inacio Lula Da Silva (4R) Jamaica's Bruce Golding (3R) Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (2R) Belize's Prime Minister Dean Oliver Barrow (1R). REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS)
OLYMPICS-VOLLEYBALL/
RTR21MIH
August 23, 2008
Members of the gold medal-winning Brazilian team lift their head coach Jose Roberto Guimaraes during...
Beijing, China
Members of the gold medal-winning Brazilian team lift their head coach Guimaraes during the women's volleyball...
Members of the gold medal-winning Brazilian team lift their head coach Jose Roberto Guimaraes during the women's volleyball medal ceremony at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 23, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (CHINA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4KEE
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte (R) and vice-president Roberto Aguilar raise...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte and vice president Roberto Aguilar raise their...
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte (R) and vice-president Roberto Aguilar raise their arms after they finished re-writing the new Bolivian constitution in Oruro, some 210km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 9,2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX409F
November 24, 2007
Silvia Lazarte (C), President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Roberto Aguilar...
Sucre, Bolivia
Lazarte, President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Aguilar during a session...
Silvia Lazarte (C), President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Roberto Aguilar (L) during a session in La Glorieta on the outskirts of Sucre, November 24, 2007. Dozens were injured in violent street battles when protesters calling for the relocation of Bolivia's capital from La Paz to Sucre, clashed with police on Friday. Protesters were demanding the assembly to name the city "full capital". REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-PROTEST/
RTX3ZJW
November 23, 2007
President of Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), chats with vice-president Roberto Aguilar during...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of Constituent Assembly Lazarte chats with vice-president Aguilar during a constituent session...
President of Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), chats with vice-president Roberto Aguilar during a constituent session in Sucre, November 23, 2007. Anti-goverment protesters try to stop an assembly session which leftist President Evo Morales has vowed to empower the indigenous majority. Sucre residents and opposition leaders want the assembly to name the city "full capital", which would imply moving Congress and all government offices from La Paz, a switch Morales' supporters oppose. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
SOCCER
RTR1MJ7X
February 18, 2007
Queretaro's Roberto Antonio Nurse (front) fights for the ball with Cruz Azul's Rogelio Chavez during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Queretaro's Nurse fights for the ball with Cruz Azul's Chavez in Mexico City
Queretaro's Roberto Antonio Nurse (front) fights for the ball with Cruz Azul's Rogelio Chavez during their Mexican league championship soccer match at the Azul stadium in Mexico City February 17, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1MC25
February 13, 2007
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R) stands next to the assembly's vice...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Lazarte stands next to the assembly's vice president Aguilar...
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R) stands next to the assembly's vice president Roberto Aguilar before the start of a session in Sucre February 12, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1GLSX
August 23, 2006
Bolivian vice president of the Constituent Assembly Roberto Aguilar speaks to journalists near the building...
Sucre, Bolivia
Bolivian vice president of Constituent Assembly Roberto Aguilar speaks to journalists in Sucre
Bolivian vice president of the Constituent Assembly Roberto Aguilar speaks to journalists near the building where the assembly in charge of writing the country´s constitution is meeting, in Sucre some 400 km (250 miles) southwest of La Paz, August 22, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5K0
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte (R) is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly,...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte (R) is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly, as the assembly's vice president Roberto Aguilar swears in next to her, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C78R
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week in Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C78P
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C78C
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C786
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C782
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C72W
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C72H
April 05, 2006
A combination photo shows a model slipping on the runway as she wears a creation by Mexican designer...
Mexico City, Mexico
Combination photo shows model slipping on runway as she wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal...
A combination photo shows a model slipping on the runway as she wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a fashion week Mexico Autumn-Winter show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO FASHION
RTR1C72F
April 05, 2006
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion...
Mexico City, Mexico
Model wears creation by Mexican designer Villareal during fashion week Mexico
A model wears a creation by Mexican designer Roberto Villareal during a Mexico Autumn-Winter fashion week show at Camino Real Hotel in Mexico City April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTR162OA
February 10, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party greets well wishers after registering his candidacy at the Federal...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party launching his presidential campaign
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party greets well wishers after registering his candidacy at the Federal Electoral Commission in Mexico City in this January 15, 2006 file photo. Booed by students, accused of betraying his father's heritage and blamed for a historical drop in opinion polls, Madrazo, Mexico's main opposition leader is badly struggling to return his once-dominant party to power. Madrazo may not recover from a disastrous start to his campaign, analysts said on February 10, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/Files
BOLIVIA
RTR18RKM
January 23, 2006
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) receives an honorary degree from Roberto Aguilar Bolanos, dean of...
La Paz, Bolivia
Venezuelan President Chavez receives honorary degree from San Andres University in La Paz
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) receives an honorary degree from Roberto Aguilar Bolanos, dean of San Andres University, during a ceremony at the university's main campus in La Paz January 23, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana
MEXICO ELECTION
RTR1AMRU
January 15, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party greets well wishers after registering his candidacy at the Federal...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party launching his presidential campaign
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party greets well wishers after registering his candidacy at the Federal Electoral Commission in Mexico City in this January 15, 2006 file photo. Booed by students, accused of betraying his father's heritage and blamed for a historical drop in opinion polls, Madrazo, Mexico's main opposition leader is badly struggling to return his once-dominant party to power. Madrazo may not recover from a disastrous start to his campaign, analysts said on February 10, 2006. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/Files
MEXICO ELECTIONS
RTR187ZJ
January 15, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) gestures to supporters after registering...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party candidate gestures after registering as presidential candidate...
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) gestures to supporters after registering as a presidential candidate at the Federal Electoral Institute in Mexico City January 15, 2006. Madrazo set out his coalition's electoral platform after registering his candidacy. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTIONS
RTR187VP
January 15, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) gestures to supporters after registering...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party candidate gestures after registering as presidential candidate...
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) gestures to supporters after registering as a presidential candidate at the Federal Electoral Institute in Mexico City January 15, 2006. Madrazo set out his coalition's electoral platform after registering his candidacy. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTIONS
RTR187VJ
January 15, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) waves to supporters after registering...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party candidate waves after registering as presidential candidate in...
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) waves to supporters after registering as a presidential candidate at the Federal Electoral Institute in Mexico City January 15, 2006. Madrazo set out his coalition's electoral platform after registering his candidacy. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTIONS
RTR187SV
January 15, 2006
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) holds up a rooster before his supporters...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI party candidate holds a rooster after registering as a presidential candidate...
Roberto Madrazo of Mexico's PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) holds up a rooster before his supporters after registering as a presidential candidate at the Federal Electoral Institute in Mexico City January 15, 2006. Madrazo set out his coalition's electoral platform after registering his candidacy. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO PRI
RTR1AO9T
December 09, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to supporters...
Mexico City, Mexico
Madrazo presidential candidate of PRI waves to supporters in Mexico City
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to supporters in Mexico City December 9, 2005 before swearing in. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO
RTR1AO9H
December 09, 2005
Roberto Madrazo (C), presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party Roberto Madrazo waves to supporters in...
Roberto Madrazo (C), presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to supporters in Mexico City December 9, 2005 before he was sworn in. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO PRI
RTR1AO67
December 09, 2005
Presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) Roberto Madrazo waves to supporters...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party Madrazo waves to supporters in Mexico...
Presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) Roberto Madrazo waves to supporters in Mexico City December 9, 2005 after swearing in. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO PRI
RTR1AO23
December 09, 2005
Roberto Madrazo (R) stands beside PRI party President Mariano Palacios as Madrazo is sworn in as presidential...
Mexico City, Mexico
Madrazo stands beside PRI party President Palacios in Mexico City
Roberto Madrazo (R) stands beside PRI party President Mariano Palacios as Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in Mexico City December 9, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO
RTR1AO1I
December 09, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to supporters...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party Roberto Madrazo waves to supporters in...
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), waves to supporters in Mexico City December 9, 2005 before he was sworn in. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO
RTR1ANJO
December 09, 2005
A general view of the ceremony where Roberto Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional...
Mexico City, Mexico
A general view of the ceremony where Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary...
A general view of the ceremony where Roberto Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party in Mexico City December 9, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO
RTR1AN8A
December 09, 2005
Roberto Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Roberto Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party in Mexico...
Roberto Madrazo is sworn in as presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in Mexico City December 9, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO CHAMBER
RTR1BS97
November 29, 2005
A combination photograph of Mexican presidential candidates (L-R) Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador candidate...
Mexico City, Mexico
A combination photograph of Mexican presidential candidates speaking in Mexico City
A combination photograph of Mexican presidential candidates (L-R) Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador candidate of Mexico`s left-wing Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD), Roberto Madrazo of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and Felipe Calderon Hinojosa of National Action Party (PAN) speaking during a meeting at the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in Mexico City November 29, 2005. Madrazo dropped to third place, behind former Mexico City mayor Obrador and conservative Calderon, with just 18 percent support, down from 24 percent in June, the latest poll by daily newspaper El Universal said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO POLITICS
RTR1BS1H
November 29, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of PRI Madrazo speaks in meeting at American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in...
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting at the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in Mexico City November 29, 2005. Madrazo dropped to third place, behind former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and conservative Felipe Calderon of the ruling National Action Party, with just 18 percent support, down from 24 percent in June, the latest poll by daily newspaper El Universal said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO POLITICS
RTR1BS13
November 29, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of PRI Madrazo speaks in meeting at American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in...
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting at the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in Mexico City November 29, 2005. Madrazo dropped to third place, behind former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and conservative Felipe Calderon of the ruling National Action Party, with just 18 percent support, down from 24 percent in June, the latest poll by daily newspaper El Universal said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO POLITICS
RTR1BRZ1
November 29, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of PRI Madrazo speaks in meeting at American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in...
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting at the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in Mexico City November 29, 2005. Madrazo dropped to third place, behind former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and conservative Felipe Calderon of the ruling National Action Party, with just 18 percent support, down from 24 percent in June, the latest poll by daily newspaper El Universal said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO POLITICS
RTR1BRYQ
November 29, 2005
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting...
Mexico City, Mexico
Presidential candidate of PRI Madrazo speaks in a meeting at American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in...
Roberto Madrazo, presidential candidate of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), speaks in a meeting at the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in Mexico City November 29, 2005. Madrazo dropped to third place, behind former Mexico City mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and conservative Felipe Calderon of the ruling National Action Party, with just 18 percent support, down from 24 percent in June, the latest poll by daily newspaper El Universal said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
SPORT SOCCER
RTR110E7
September 21, 2005
Pumas' Marioni fights for the ball with Cuadrado of The Strongest of Bolivia at their Copa Sudamericana...
Mexico City, Mexico
Pumas' Marioni fights for the ball with Cuadrado of The Strongest of Bolivia at their Copa ...
Pumas' Marioni fights for the ball with Cuadrado of The Strongest of Bolivia at their Copa Sudamericana soccer match in Mexico City. Pumas' Bruno Marioni (L) fights for the ball with Roberto Cuadrado of The Strongest of Bolivia during the second half of their Copa Sudamericana soccer match at the University stadium in Mexico City September 20,2005. Pumas won the game 3-1. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTRGE5B
July 03, 2005
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference in...
Toluca, Mexico
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference ......
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference in Mexico. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader Roberto Madrazo (R) and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI, Enrique Pena Nieto, celebrate during a news conference in Toluca City, Mexico July 3, 2005. Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, easily won elections in the country's biggest state on Sunday, exit polls showed, lifting the party's hopes for the 2006 presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTRGE3T
July 03, 2005
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference in...
Toluca, Mexico
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference ......
PRI leader Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto celebrate during a news conference in Mexico. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader Roberto Madrazo (R) and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI, Enrique Pena Nieto, celebrate during a news conference in Toluca City, Mexico July 3, 2005. Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, easily won elections in the country's biggest state on Sunday, exit polls showed, lifting the party's hopes for the 2006 presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTRGE3L
July 03, 2005
PRI leader Madrazo, Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto and senator Gonzalez celebrate during a...
Toluca, Mexico
PRI leader Madrazo, Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto and senator Gonzalez celebrate during a...
PRI leader Madrazo, Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Nieto and senator Gonzalez celebrate during a news conference in Mexico. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader Roberto Madrazo (R), Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI, Enrique Pena Nieto (C) and senator Jorge Emilio Gonzalez celebrate during a news conference in Toluca City, Mexico July 3, 2005. Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, easily won elections in the country's biggest state on Sunday, exit polls showed, lifting the party's hopes for the 2006 presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTRGE1R
July 03, 2005
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate during...
Toluca, Mexico
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate ...
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate during a news conference in Mexico. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader Roberto Madrazo (R) and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI, Enrique Pena Nieto, celebrate during a news conference in Toluca City, Mexico July 3, 2005. Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, easily won elections in the country's biggest state on Sunday, exit polls showed, lifting the party's hopes for the 2006 presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO ELECTION
RTRGE1C
July 03, 2005
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate during...
Toluca, Mexico
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate ...
PRI leader Roberto Madrazo and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI Enrique Pena Nieto celebrate during a news conference in Mexico. Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader Roberto Madrazo (R) and Gubernatorial candidate of the PRI, Enrique Pena Nieto, celebrate during a news conference in Toluca City, Mexico July 3, 2005. Mexico's main opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, easily won elections in the country's biggest state on Sunday, exit polls showed, lifting the party's hopes for the 2006 presidential election. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO PRI
RTRC7JH
May 23, 2005
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news conference...
Mexico City, Mexico
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news ...
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news conference in Mexico City. (L-R) Tomas Yarrington, Enrique Martinez, Enrique Jackson, Natividad Gonzalez, Arturo Montiel, members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) who have organized a faction called "Tucom", pose after a news conference in Mexico City May 23, 2005. Tucom members said today that will try to prevent PRI president Roberto Madrazo from using "ill means" to become the presidential candidate for 2006 elections. The group wants party members to choose their candidate freely. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar REUTERS
MEXICO PRI
RTRC7J7
May 23, 2005
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news conference...
Mexico City, Mexico
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news ...
Members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party pose after a news conference in Mexico City. (L-R) Tomas Yarrington, Enrique Martinez, Enrique Jackson, Natividad Gonzalez, Arturo Montiel, members of a powerful group inside the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) who have organized a faction called "Tucom", pose after a news conference in Mexico City May 23, 2005. Tucom members said today that will try to prevent PRI president Roberto Madrazo from using "ill means" to become the presidential candidate for 2006 elections. The group wants party members to choose their candidate freely. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
SPORT SOCCER LIBERTADORES
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March 16, 2005
Alberto Rodriguez (L) of Mexico's Pachuca celebrates after scoring as Roberto Abbondanzieri of Argentina's...
Pachuca, Mexico
Rodriguez of Mexico's Pachuca celebrates after scoring during a Copa Libertadores match in Pachuca.
Alberto Rodriguez (L) of Mexico's Pachuca celebrates after scoring as Roberto Abbondanzieri of Argentina's Boca Juniors looks on during the second half of their Copa Libertadores match at the Hidalgo stadium in Pachuca March 16, 2005. Boca, who have five titles to their credit, were outclassed in a 3-1 defeat away to Mexico's Pachuca, who are taking part for the first time. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA/KI
SPORTS OLYMPIC MEXICO
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June 15, 2004
Roberto Ornelas carries the Olympic Torch at the Basilica de Guadalupe in Mexico City, June 15, 2004....
Mexico City, Mexico
ROBERTO ORNELAS CARRIES THE OLYMPIC TORCH IN MEXICO CITY.
Roberto Ornelas carries the Olympic Torch at the Basilica de Guadalupe in Mexico City, June 15, 2004. The Olympic Flame travels to 34 cities in 27 countries en route to the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA
MEXICO REFORMS
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December 04, 2003
PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) member of congress Elba Esther
Gordillo (R) chats with colleague...
Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICAN PRI PARTY MEMBER OF CONGRESS GORDILLO CHATS WITH COLLEAGUE.
PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party) member of congress Elba Esther
Gordillo (R) chats with colleague Roberto Campa during a session of
Mexico's congress, December 4, 2003. Ms. Gordillo, who is seen as
pro-President Fox and pro reform, is resisting an attempt to unseat her
as her party's congressional coordinator after a revolt by
anti-reformist party colleagues. The political divisions within the
PRI, the largest block in congress, have stalled all legislative work
and rattled Mexico's currency. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MEXICO REFORMS
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December 03, 2003
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(R) smiles as he leaves after...
Mexico City, Mexico
LEADER OF MEXICAN PRI PARTY AFTER SWEARING IN NEW CONGRESSIONAL
COORDINATOR.
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(R) smiles as he leaves after swearing in the new coordinator of the
party's members of congress, at party headquarters in Mexico City,
December 3, 2003. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MEXICO REFORMS
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December 03, 2003
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(R) congratulates Emilio Chuayffet,...
Mexico City, Mexico
LEADER OF MEXICAN PRI CONGRATULATES NEW CONGRESSIONAL COORDINATOR.
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(R) congratulates Emilio Chuayffet, after swearing him in as the new
coordinator of the party's members of congress, at party headquarters
in Mexico City, December 3, 2003. Chuayffet replaces Elba Esther
Gordillo who was ejected from the job after a revolt by anti-reformist
members of the party. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MEXICO REFORMS
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December 03, 2003
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(L) swears in Emilio Chuayffet,...
Mexico City, Mexico
LEADER OF MEXICAN PRI PARTY SWEARS IN NEW CONGRESSIONAL COORDINATOR.
Roberto Madrazo, leader of Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party
(L) swears in Emilio Chuayffet, the new coordinator of the party's
members of congress, at party headquarters in Mexico City, December 3,
2003. Chuayffet replaces Elba Esther Gordillo, who was ejected from the
job after a revolt by anti-reformist members of the party.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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