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FRANCE-HOSTAGES/
RTXW2M6
December 29, 2010
Journalist Florence Aubenas delivers a speech during a gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane...
Paris, France
A gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television...
Journalist Florence Aubenas delivers a speech during a gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television who are held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, in front Paris city hall December 29, 2010 to mark the first anniversary of their captivity. Ghesquiere and Taponier were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that the two are alive and hope they will be freed as soon as possible. The banner reads "One year, free them". REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-HOSTAGES/
RTXW2M5
December 29, 2010
Arlette (R) and Gerard Taponier (C) and journalist Florence Aubenas (L) attend a gathering in support...
Paris, France
A gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television...
Arlette (R) and Gerard Taponier (C) and journalist Florence Aubenas (L) attend a gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television who are held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, in front Paris city hall December 29, 2010 to mark the first anniversary of their captivity. Ghesquiere and Taponier were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that the two are alive and hope they will be freed as soon as possible. The banner reads "One year, free them". REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-HOSTAGES/
RTXW2M0
December 29, 2010
Arlette (L) and Gerard Taponier (C) and journalist Florence Aubenas (R) attend a gathering in support...
Paris, France
A gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television...
Arlette (L) and Gerard Taponier (C) and journalist Florence Aubenas (R) attend a gathering in support of Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, two journalists from France 3 television who are held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan, in front Paris city hall December 29, 2010 to mark the first anniversary of their captivity. Ghesquiere and Taponier were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that the two are alive and hope they will be freed as soon as possible. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-AFGHANISTAN/
RTXVZ1K
December 23, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists held hostage in Afghanistan, arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 23, 2010 to hand a petition sign by 80.000 persons. Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, television journalists for France 3, were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that two journalists held hostage by the Taliban for almost a year in Afghanistan are alive. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-AFGHANISTAN/
RTXVZ1H
December 23, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists held hostage in Afghanistan, speak to the media as they arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 23, 2010 to hand a petition sign by 80.000 persons. Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, television journalists for France 3, were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that two journalists held hostage by the Taliban for almost a year in Afghanistan are alive. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-AFGHANISTAN/
RTXVZ1C
December 23, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists held hostage in Afghanistan, arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 23, 2010 to hand a petition sign by 80.000 persons. Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, television journalists for France 3, were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that two journalists held hostage by the Taliban for almost a year in Afghanistan are alive. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-AFGHANISTAN/
RTXVZ1A
December 23, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (L) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (L) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists held hostage in Afghanistan, arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 23, 2010 to hand a petition sign by 80.000 persons. Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, television journalists for France 3, were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that two journalists held hostage by the Taliban for almost a year in Afghanistan are alive. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE-AFGHANISTAN/
RTXVZ16
December 23, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) and members of the supporting committee for the two France 3 Television journalists held hostage in Afghanistan, arrive at the Elysee Palace in Paris December 23, 2010 to hand a petition sign by 80.000 persons. Herve Ghesquiere and Stephane Taponier, television journalists for France 3, were captured on December 29 last year in Kapisa province, northeast of the capital Kabul, along with their Afghan driver and translator. French authorities have received a video recording showing that two journalists held hostage by the Taliban for almost a year in Afghanistan are alive. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE/
RTR2FW5X
June 29, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas poses in front a banner during a demonstration at the Jardin du Luxembourg...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas poses in front a banner during a demonstration at the Jardin du Luxembourg...
French journalist Florence Aubenas poses in front a banner during a demonstration at the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris June 29, 2010 in support of two journalists from France 3 television who are held hostage in Afghanistan. The poster reads, "Free the Hostages" and shows French journalists Stephane Taponier (L) and Herve Ghesquiere who have been held hostage in Afghanistan since December 29, 2009. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE/
RTR2FW5T
June 29, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas (R) speaks to the media during a demonstration in front the Jardin...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas speaks to the media during a demonstration in front the Jardin du...
French journalist Florence Aubenas (R) speaks to the media during a demonstration in front the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris June 29, 2010 in support of two journalists Stephane Taponier and Herve Ghesquiere from France 3 television who are held hostage in Afghanistan since December 29, 2009. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
FRANCE/
RTR2CKEF
April 08, 2010
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a demonstration in Paris April 8, 2010 to mark the 100th day...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a demonstration in Paris
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a demonstration in Paris April 8, 2010 to mark the 100th day since two of their colleagues working for the France 3 network were taken hostage in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST POLITICS HEADSHOT)
FRANCE/
RTR1ZZDJ
April 28, 2008
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a news conference of the press freedom group "Reporters without...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a news conference in Paris
French journalist Florence Aubenas attends a news conference of the press freedom group "Reporters without Borders", at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Paris April 28, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
FRANCE-COLOMBIA/HOSTAGES
RTR1Z6ES
April 06, 2008
French Foreign Affairs Minister Bernard Kouchner (L), Lorenzo Betancourt (R), the son of kidnapped Colombian...
Paris, France
French Foreign Affairs Minister Kouchner, Lorenzo, son of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt...
French Foreign Affairs Minister Bernard Kouchner (L), Lorenzo Betancourt (R), the son of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt and French journalist Florence Aubenas (2nd R) attend a march for the release of Ingrid Betancourt in Paris April 6, 2008. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z6AJ
April 06, 2008
Lorenzo Betancourt (C), the son of kidnapped former of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt...
Paris, France
Betancourt leads a march for the release of Ingrid Betancourt in Paris
Lorenzo Betancourt (C), the son of kidnapped former of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt and French journalist Florence Aubenas (L), leads a march for the release of Ingrid Betancourt, in Paris April 6, 2008. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z6AE
April 06, 2008
Lorenzo Betancourt (R), the son of kidnapped former of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt...
Paris, France
Betancourt leads a march for the release of Ingrid Betancourt, in Paris
Lorenzo Betancourt (R), the son of kidnapped former of kidnapped Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt and French journalist Florence Aubenas (L), leads a march for the release of Ingrid Betancourt, in Paris April 6, 2008. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
RTXO7DM
February 07, 2006
French actress Juliette Binoche (L) and former French hostage in Iraq Florence Aubenas (R) pose in front...
Paris, France
French actress Juliette Binoche (L) and former French hostage in Iraq Florence Aubenas (R) pose in f.....
French actress Juliette Binoche (L) and former French hostage in Iraq Florence Aubenas (R) pose in front of the Eiffel tower as they assist in a demonstration organized by the international press freedom group Reporters Sans Frontiers, calling for the release of kidnapped American journalist Jill Carroll, in Paris February 7, 2006.
FRANCE
RTXNKE4
June 16, 2005
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and...
Orly, France
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage an.....
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and driver Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (C) holding his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal moments after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. French journalist Aubenas and her Iraqi driver al-Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday.
HANUN
RTXNKE3
June 16, 2005
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke...
Orly, France
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spo.....
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal moments after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. [French journalist Florence Aubenas and her driver Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday.]
HANUN
RTXNKE2
June 16, 2005
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke...
Orly, France
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spo.....
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. [French journalist Florence Aubenas and her driver Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday.]
FRANCE
RTREP60
June 16, 2005
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and...
Orly, France
Former hostage al-Saadi holds his son Hamudi during a news conference at Orly Airport near Paris.
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and driver Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (C) holding his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal moments after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. French journalist Aubenas and her Iraqi driver al-Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday. REUTERS/John Schults JS/KS
FRANCE
RTREMLB
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his family are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his family are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas...
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his family are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R), his son Hamudi and his wife Suha arrive at Orly airport, accompanied by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (L), near Paris, June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed on June 12, 2005 after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMIT
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he and his family...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he and his ......
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he and his family arrive at the airport of Orly, France. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi carries his son Hamudi as they and his wife Suha (R) arrive, accompanied by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (L), at the airport of Orly, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMHH
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport,...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly ...
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport, France. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (L) is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMH3
June 16, 2005
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and...
Orly, France
Former hostage al-Saadi holds his son Hamudi during a news conference at Orly Airport near Paris.
Former French hostage, journalist Florence Aubenas (R) smiles as she looks over at former hostage and driver Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (C) holding his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal moments after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. French journalist Aubenas and her Iraqi driver al-Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday. REUTERS/John Schults JS/KS
FRANCE
RTREMGX
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hussein, who was held hostage in Iraq with French journalist Florence Aubenas, and...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hanun and his son Hamudi arrive at Orly airport.
Iraqi interpreter Hussein, who was held hostage in Iraq with French journalist Florence Aubenas, and his son Hamudi arrive at the airport of Orly, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed June 12, 2005 after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool pw/KS
FRANCE
RTREMG5
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas at...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas ......
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas at Orly airport. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun (L) and his son Hamudi arrive, accompanied by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (R), at the airport of Orly, near Paris, 16 June 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed June 12 2005 after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMFR
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun (R) is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hanun is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport.
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun (R) is welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (L), at Orly airport, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed June12, 2005 after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool pw/KS
FRANCE
RTREMFA
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hanun and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hanun and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist ...
Iraqi interpreter Hanun and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun (C) and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (L), at Orly airport, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed on June 12, 2005 after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMF2
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist ...
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi and his son Hamudi are welcomed by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at Orly airport. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (C), who was held hostage in Iraq with French journalist Florence Aubenas (R), and his son Hamudi arrive at the airport of Orly, near Paris, June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMEF
June 16, 2005
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke...
Orly, France
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi holds his son during a news conference near Paris.
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal moments after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. French journalist Florence Aubenas and her driver Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday. REUTERS/John Schults JS/KS
FRANCE
RTREMCS
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he arrives at...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he arrives at...
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly, France. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (L) is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly, near Paris 16 June 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREMB0
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi's wife Suha is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at the...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi's wife Suha is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at ......
Iraqi interpreter al-Saadi's wife Suha is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Aubenas at the airport of Orly, France. French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas (R) greets Suha, wife of Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (C), as they arrive at the airport of Orly, near Paris, 16 June 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREM9Y
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence ......
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly in France. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R), his son Hamudi, his wife Suha (C) arrive, accompanied by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas, at the airport of Orly, near Paris,June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREM8N
June 16, 2005
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as...
Orly, United Kingdom
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as...
Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly, Paris. Iraqi interpreter Hussein Hanun (L) is greeted by French daily Liberation journalist Florence Aubenas as he arrives at the airport of Orly, near Paris June 16, 2005. Hanun and Aubenas were freed after a five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq on Saturday. REUTERS/Jack Guez/Pool
FRANCE
RTREM80
June 16, 2005
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke...
Orly, France
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi holds his son during a news conference at Orly Airport near Paris....
Former hostage Hussein Hanun al-Saadi (R) holds his son Hamudi during a news conference where he spoke about his five-month ordeal after arriving at Orly Airport near Paris June 16, 2005. French journalist Florence Aubenas and her driver Saadi were released in Baghdad on Saturday. REUTERS/John Schults JS/CN
AUBENAS
RTXNKR4
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves to colleagues before speaking about her five-month Iraq hostage...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves to colleagues before speaking about her five-month Iraq hos.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves to colleagues before speaking about her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release.
AUBENAS
RTXNKR3
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas shows her handbag which was returned to her along with her personal...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas shows her handbag which was returned to her along with her person.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas shows her handbag which was returned to her along with her personal possessions before she was released as she describes her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release.
FRANCE
RTXNKR1
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to Serge July (L), director of her newspaper, Liberation,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to Serge July (L), director of her newspaper, Liberation,.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to Serge July (L), director of her newspaper, Liberation, before describing her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release.
AUBENAS
RTREDJ7
June 14, 2005
French journalist Aubenas is seen on a video camera viewing screen as she speaks during a news conference...
Paris, United Kingdom
French journalist Aubenas is seen on a video camera viewing screen as she speaks during a news ...
French journalist Aubenas is seen on a video camera viewing screen as she speaks during a news conference in Paris. French journalist Florence Aubenas is seen on a video camera viewing screen as she speaks about her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release. REUTERS/John Schults
AUBENAS
RTREDHH
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to the director of her newspaper before a news conference...
Paris, United Kingdom
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to the director of her newspaper before a news conference...
French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to the director of her newspaper before a news conference in Paris. French journalist Florence Aubenas listens to Serge July (L), director of her newspaper, Liberation, before a news conference about her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release. REUTERS/John Schults
PARIS
RTREDGI
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas gestures as she describes her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during...
Paris, United Kingdom
French journalist Florence Aubenas gestures during a news conference in Paris.
French journalist Florence Aubenas gestures as she describes her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release. REUTERS/John Schults
AUBENAS FRANCE
RTREDGA
June 14, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas gestures as she describes her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during...
Paris, United Kingdom
French journalist Aubenas gestures during a news conference in Paris.
French journalist Florence Aubenas gestures as she describes her five-month Iraq hostage ordeal during a news conference in Paris June 14, 2005. The reporter of French daily Liberation was snatched with her driver after leaving their Baghdad hotel on Jan. 5. Little had been known about their fate since then, or the circumstances surrounding their release. REUTERS/John Schults js/KS
AUBENAS
RTXNJPC
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoubla.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
FRANCE
RTXNJPB
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane with Serge July (L) the director...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane with Serge July (L) the dire.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane with Serge July (L) the director of her newspaper, Liberation, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
RTXNJPA
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas seen through the window of a French military plane on arrival at Paris'...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas seen through the window of a French military plane on arrival at .....
French journalist Florence Aubenas seen through the window of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
RTXNJP9
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoubla.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas leaves a French government plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
RTXNJP8
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas tells the media how she was allowed to peek over he blindfold to look...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas tells the media how she was allowed to peek over he blindfold to .....
French journalist Florence Aubenas tells the media how she was allowed to peek over he blindfold to look at TV as she arrives at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
RTXNJP7
June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villaco.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver[Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas addresses the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas addresses the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military ai.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas addresses the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
FRANCE
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Paris'...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Pari.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas (rear) walks with her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas (rear) walks with her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Vi.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas (rear) walks with her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas (R) is greeted by her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas (R) is greeted by her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Vi.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas (R) is greeted by her mother, Jacqueline, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
FRANCE
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Paris'...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Paris.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas is greeted by French President Jacques Chirac on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas waves on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas speaks to the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas speaks to the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military ai.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas speaks to the media on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villaco.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas steps out of a French military plane on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver [Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 1.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver[Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12,...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 1.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas smiles on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver[Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
AUBENAS
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) is greeted relatives, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military...
Paris, France
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) is greeted relatives, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay milit.....
French journalist Florence Aubenas (C) is greeted relatives, on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver[Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
FRANCE
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June 12, 2005
French journalist Aubenas greeted by parents and French President Chirac on arrival in Paris following...
Paris, France
French journalist Aubenas greeted by parents and French President Chirac on arrival in Paris followi.....
French journalist Aubenas greeted by parents and French President Chirac on arrival in Paris following five-month hostage ordeal in Iraq. French journalist Florence Aubenas (2nd R) is greeted by her mother, Jacqueline, her father Benoit (L) and French President Jacques Chirac (R) on arrival at Paris' Villacoublay military airport, June 12, 2005 after her return from Iraq where she had been held hostage for five months. Aubenas, 44, and her driver[Hussein Hanun al-Saadi], who was also released, were snatched after leaving their Baghdad hotel on January 5, 2005.
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