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MANDELA
RTXIU0K
March 11, 1999
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (R) is welcomed by Ruud Gullit former Dutch soccer star and soccer...
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (R) is welcomed by Ruud Gullit former Dutch soccer star and .....
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (R) is welcomed by Ruud Gullit former Dutch soccer star and soccer coach for England's Newcastle United prior to a tour by boat through the Amsterdam canals March 11.[Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement. ]
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MANDELA
RTXIU0C
March 11, 1999
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (C) enjoys a dance with a local choir prior to a tour by boat...
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (C) enjoys a dance with a local choir prior to a tour by boa.....
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (C) enjoys a dance with a local choir prior to a tour by boat through the Amsterdam canals March 11. [Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement. ]
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NETHERLANDS
RTXIU07
March 11, 1999
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (L) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok supports...
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (L) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok su.....
South Africa's President Nelson Mandela (L) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok supports him by holding his arm on the Dam Square in fornt of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel who laid a wreath at the National Monument are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement. ??»
RTRZNM8
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (R) is welcomed by Ruud Gullit former Dutch soccer star and soccer...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA WITH SOCCER PLAYER GULLIT IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (R) is welcomed by Ruud Gullit former Dutch soccer star and soccer coach for England's Newcastle United prior to a tour by boat through the Amsterdam canals March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/WS
RTRMQX3
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (C) enjoys a dance with a local choir prior to a tour by boat...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA ENJOYS A DANCE WITH CHILDREN IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (C) enjoys a dance with a local choir prior to a tour by boat through the Amsterdam canals March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/WS
RTRMQVX
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela blows a kiss to well wishers from a canal boat during a tour through...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA BLOWS A KISS DURING A TOUR THROUGH THE AMSTERDAM CANALS.
South African President Nelson Mandela blows a kiss to well wishers from a canal boat during a tour through the Amsterdam canals March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/WS
RTRMQDL
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (L) stands during a minute silence after laying a wreath at the...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA KEEPS A MINUTE SILENCE AFTER LAYING A WREATH IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (L) stands during a minute silence after laying a wreath at the National Monument at the Dam Square in front of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam March 11. Mandela and his wife and his wife Graca Machel are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/JDP
RTRMQBR
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (R) waves to well wishers as wife Graca Machel looks on after...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA AND HIS WIFE GRACA MACHEL WAVE TO WELL WISHERS IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (R) waves to well wishers as wife Graca Machel looks on after laying a wreath at the National Monument at the Dam Square in front of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel are in the Netherlands on a two-day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/JDP
RTRMQBL
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (C) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R)...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA AND DUTCH PRIME MINISTER KOK WAVE TO WELL WISHERS IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (C) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) supports him by holding his arm and his wife Graca Machel look on at the Dam Square in front of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam March 11. Mandela and his wife, who laid a wreath at the National Monument, are in the Netherlands on a two-day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/JDP
RTRMQBF
March 11, 1999
South African President Nelson Mandela (L) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok supports...
Netherlands
SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT MANDELA AND DUTCH PRIME MINISTER KOK WAVE TO WELL WISHERS IN AMSTERDAM.
South African President Nelson Mandela (L) waves to well wishers as Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok supports him by holding his arm on the Dam Square in fornt of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam March 11. Mandela and his wife Graca Machel who laid a wreath at the National Monument are in the Neherlands on a two day official visit which is the first leg of a European trip to express his graditute to some of the strongest supporters of the antiapartheid movement.

JFL/JDP
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