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AUSTRALIA-USA/KERRY
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August 11, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry puts his hands on the shoulders of Australia's Ambassador to the U.S....
Sydney, Australia
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry puts his hands on the shoulders of Australia's Ambassador to the U.S. Beazley...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry puts his hands on the shoulders of Australia's Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley upon his arrival in Sydney August 11, 2014. Kerry is visiting Australia for the annual Australia-United States Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) to advance longstanding security cooperation and discuss regional and global issues. REUTERS/Peter Parkes/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA/
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November 13, 2012
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greets Australian ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley (3rd R)...
Perth, Australia
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greets Australian ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley as she arrives...
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greets Australian ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley (3rd R) as she arrives at Perth International Airport November 13, 2012, ahead of AUSMIN talks. REUTERS/Lincoln Baker/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
NATO-SUMMIT/
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May 20, 2012
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) and Australian Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley arrive...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Australian PM Gillard and Australian Ambassador to the U.S. Beazley arrive at O'Hare International Airport...
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) and Australian Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Beazley arrive at O'Hare International Airport before the start of the NATO summit in Chicago May 19, 2012. The two-day summit which starts May 20 will draw representatives from some 50 countries, including leaders of the 28 members of the military alliance. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TRANSPORT)
OBAMA/AUSTRALIA
RTR2U2MQ
November 16, 2011
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) welcomes U.S. President Barack Obama upon his arrival in...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Gillard welcomes U.S. President Obama upon his arrival in Canberra
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) welcomes U.S. President Barack Obama upon his arrival in Canberra, Australia, November 16, 2011. At left is Australia's Ambassador to the United States Kim Beazley. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
APEC/
RTR2TW4D
November 11, 2011
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her partner Tim Mathieson (L), and Australian Ambassador Kim...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Australia's Prime Minister Gillard, her partner Mathieson, and Australian Ambassador Beazley walk off...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her partner Tim Mathieson (L), and Australian Ambassador Kim Beazley walk off the airplane after arriving at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for the APEC summit in Honolulu, Hawaii November 11,2011. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
APEC/
RTR2TW0Y
November 11, 2011
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her partner Tim Mathieson (L) and Australia's Ambassador to...
Honolulu, UNITED STATES
Australia's PM Gillard, her partner Mathieson and Australia's Ambassador to the US Beazley walk out of...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her partner Tim Mathieson (L) and Australia's Ambassador to the United States Kim Beazley (back R) walk out of the airplane after arriving at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for the APEC summit in Honolulu, Hawaii November 11, 2011. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA SINGAPORE
RTR1EEZZ
June 14, 2006
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (L) meets with Australian Opposition leader Kim Beazley in...
Australia
Singaporean PM Lee meets with Australian Opposition leader Beazley in Canberra
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (L) meets with Australian Opposition leader Kim Beazley in Canberra, June 14, 2006. REUTERS/Greg Wood/Pool (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA SINGAPORE
RTR1EEZX
June 14, 2006
Singaporean PM Lee Hsien Loong (L) meets with Australian Opposition leader Kim Beazley in Canberra, June...
Australia
Singaporean PM Lee meets with Australian Opposition leader Beazley in Canberra
Singaporean PM Lee Hsien Loong (L) meets with Australian Opposition leader Kim Beazley in Canberra, June 14, 2006. REUTERS/Greg Wood/Pool (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1DVRJ
May 29, 2006
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd from right) speaks to Lauren Kielmann, the daughter of dead...
Sydney, Australia
Australian Prime Minister Howard speaks to Kielmann, the daughter of dead miner Larry Knight, as rescued...
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd from right) speaks to Lauren Kielmann, the daughter of dead miner Larry Knight, as Opposition leader Kim Beazley (R) looks on and rescued miners Brant Webb (L) and Todd Russell stand together in Parliament House May 29, 2006. Rescue workers, fellow miners and family members attended a luncheon hosted by Howard for Russell and Webb who were entombed for 14 days after a cave-in at the Beaconsfield gold mine in the island state of Tasmania. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor/Pool
AUSTRALIA CHINA
RTR1C50Y
April 03, 2006
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (L) meets with Premier of China Wen Jiabao in Canberra, April...
Canberra, Australia
Australian opposition leader Beazley meets with Premier of China Wen in Canberra
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (L) meets with Premier of China Wen Jiabao in Canberra, April 3, 2006. Australia and China signed a nuclear safeguards deal on Monday that set the stage for huge uranium exports to Beijing for its power industry, but Canberra said the trade was unlikely to start for some years. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
AUSTRALIA CHINA
RTR1C50M
April 03, 2006
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (L) meets with Premier of China Wen Jiabao in Canberra, April...
Canberra, Australia
Australian opposition leader Beazley meets with Premier of China Wen in Canberra
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (L) meets with Premier of China Wen Jiabao in Canberra, April 3, 2006. Australia and China signed a nuclear safeguards deal on Monday that set the stage for huge uranium exports to Beijing for its power industry, but Canberra said the trade was unlikely to start for some years. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
AUSTRALIA CHINA
RTR1C50C
April 03, 2006
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (C) introduces shadow Foreign Affairs minister Kevin Rudd (L)...
Canberra, Australia
Australian opposition leader Beazley introduces shadow Foreign Affairs minister Rudd to Premier of China...
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (C) introduces shadow Foreign Affairs minister Kevin Rudd (L) to the Premier of China Wen Jiabao (R) in Canberra, April 3, 2006. Australia and China signed a nuclear safeguards deal on Monday that set the stage for huge uranium exports to Beijing for its power industry, but Canberra said the trade was unlikely to start for some years. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN BLAIR
RTR17O0H
March 28, 2006
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley walk to a meeting...
Canberra, Australia
British PM Blair and Australian opposition leader Beazley walk to meeting in Canberra
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley walk to a meeting in Canberra, March 28, 2006. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
IRAQ BLAIR
RTR17O0G
March 28, 2006
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and Australia's opposition leader Kim Beazley walk together on...
Canberra, Australia
Britain's PM Blair and Australia's opposition leader Beazley walk together on their way to meeting in...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) and Australia's opposition leader Kim Beazley walk together on their way to a meeting in Canberra March 28, 2006. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
IRAQ BLAIR
RTR17N5U
March 27, 2006
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (2nd L) and Opposition leader Kim Beazley watch as Australia's Prime...
Canberra, Australia
Britain's PM Blair watches as Australia's PM Howard gestures after joint sitting of Australian Parliament...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (2nd L) and Opposition leader Kim Beazley watch as Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (C) gestures after a joint sitting of the Australian Parliament in Canberra March 27, 2006. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
IRAQ BLAIR
RTR17N5R
March 27, 2006
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (C) gestures as Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (R) and Opposition...
Canberra, Australia
Britain's PM Blair and Australia's PM Howard speaks in Canberra
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (C) gestures as Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (R) and Opposition leader Kim Beazley (2nd R) watches after a joint sitting of the Australian Parliament in Canberra March 27, 2006. REUTERS/Alan Porritt/Pool
IRAQ BLAIR
RTR17N58
March 27, 2006
Prime Minister of Britain Tony Blair (2nd L) is introduced to opposition Labor Party politicians by...
Sydney, Australia
PM of Britain Blair is introduced to opposition Labor Party politicians by Labor leader Beazley and PM...
Prime Minister of Britain Tony Blair (2nd L) is introduced to opposition Labor Party politicians by Labor leader Kim Beazley (L) and Australian Prime Minister John Howard (3rd L) after addressing a joint sitting of parliament in Canberra March 27, 2006. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR175I7
March 14, 2006
Kim Beazley, opposition leader of the Australian Parliament, gestures during a speech at a dinner in...
Canberra, Australia
Opposition leader of the Australian Parliament Beazley gestures during a speech at a dinner in Parliament...
Kim Beazley, opposition leader of the Australian Parliament, gestures during a speech at a dinner in Parliament House in Canberra March 14, 2006. The dinner was in honour of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain and her husband, Prince Philip, who are in Australia on a five-day official visit. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR175AS
March 14, 2006
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley,Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament,...
Canberra, Australia
Queen Elizabeth of Britain meets with Opposition Leader of Australian Parliament Beazley at Government...
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley,Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament, at Government House in Canberra March 14, 2006. The Queen and Prince Philip are on a five-day visit to Australia where she will officially open the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor/Pool
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR175AJ
March 14, 2006
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley, Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament,...
Canberra, Australia
Queen Elizabeth of Britain meets with Kim Beazley at Government House in Canberra
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley, Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament, at Government House in Canberra March 14, 2006. The Queen and Prince Philip are on a five-day visit to Australia where she will officially open the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor/Pool
AUSTRALIA BRITAIN QUEEN
RTR175AH
March 14, 2006
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley, Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament,...
Canberra, Australia
Queen Elizabeth of Britain meets with Kim Beazley at Government House in Canberra
Queen Elizabeth II of Britain (R) meets with Kim Beazley, Opposition Leader of the Australian Parliament, at Government House in Canberra March 14, 2006. The Queen and Prince Philip are on a five-day visit to Australia where she will officially open the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor/Pool
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR1ABE6
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) talks with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark talks with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) talks with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at the Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR1ABDZ
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) shakes hands with Australian leader of the opposition Kim...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark shakes hands with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) shakes hands with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at the Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR1AAXG
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) meets with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark meets with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) meets with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR15Z4K
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) talks with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark talks with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) talks with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at the Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR15Z4J
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) meets with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark meets with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) meets with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ZEALAND
RTR15Z40
February 08, 2006
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) shakes hands with Australian leader of the opposition Kim...
Canberra, Australia
New Zealand's PM Clark shakes hands with Australian leader of opposition Beazley at Parliament House...
New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark (L) shakes hands with Australian leader of the opposition Kim Beazley at the Parliament House in Canberra February 8, 2006. Australia and New Zealand vowed to work to build a single economic market on the back of strengthening trade ties on Wednesday, but stopped short of endorsing a single currency. Clark said both countries wanted to build on the 23-year-old Closer Economic Relations (CER) agreement, which has freed up trade between the neighbours. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA MALAYSIA
RTR7DFW
April 07, 2005
Malaysia's Prime Minister Badawi meets Australia's opposition leader Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra....
Canberra, United Kingdom
Malaysia's Prime Minister Badawi meets Australia's opposition leader Beazley at Parliament House ...
Malaysia's Prime Minister Badawi meets Australia's opposition leader Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra. Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (R) meets Australia's opposition leader Kim Beazley at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia April 7, 2005. Australia and Malaysia agreed on Wednesday to start formal free trade negotiations, Malaysian Prime Minister Badawi and Australian Prime Minister John Howard said after talks in Canberra. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool
AUSTRALIA
RTRC0C4
September 29, 2004
Former opposition Labor leader and current shadow defence minister Kim Beazley attend the party's campaign...
Brisbane, Australia
Former opposition Labor leader and current shadow defence minister Kim Beazley attend the party's ......
Former opposition Labor leader and current shadow defence minister Kim Beazley attend the party's campaign launch in Brisbane. Former opposition Labor leader and current shadow defence minister Kim Beazley attend the party's campaign launch in Brisbane September 29, 2004. The federal election is to be held on October 9 and is expected to be a close contest. REUTERS/Greg White
SECURITY INDONESIA AUSTRALIA
RTRAHKU
September 11, 2004
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham and colleagues listen as shadow defence minister Kim Beazley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham and colleagues listen as shadow defence minister Kim ...
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham and colleagues listen as shadow defence minister Kim Beazley looks on during joint news conference in Sydney. Australia's Labor opposition leader Mark Latham (2nd R) is joined by shadow defence minister (Kim Beazley (2nd L) and deputy leader Jenny Macklin (R) as they listen to a briefing from shadow foreign minister Kevin Rudd (L) at a security meeting in Sydney September 11, 2004. The Labor Party and governing conservative party held off campaigning for the October 9 election to discuss security issues in the wake of the bombing outside the Australian embassy in Jakarta. REUTERS/Will Burgess
SECURITY INDONESIA AUSTRALIA
RTRAHKO
September 11, 2004
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham emphasises a point as shadow defence minister Kim Beazley looks...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham emphasises a point as shadow defence minister Kim ...
Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham emphasises a point as shadow defence minister Kim Beazley looks on during joint news conference in Sydney. Australia's opposition leader Mark Latham (R) emphasises a point as shadow defence minister Kim Beazley (L) looks on during joint news conference in Sydney September 11, 2004. Latham said there was a need for a regional effort in a bid to counter terrorism in the wake of the Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTI
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard shakes hands with supporters
after winning the federal election...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CELEBRATES WIN IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard shakes hands with supporters
after winning the federal election in Sydney November 10, 2001. Howard
celebrated his conservative government's third straight term in office,
defeating his main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor Party.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTH
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard hugs a supporter after winning
the federal election in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CELEBRATES WINNING FEDERAL
ELECTION IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard hugs a supporter after winning
the federal election in Sydney November 10, 2001. Howard celebrated his
conservative government's third straight term in office, defeating his
main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor Party. REUTERS/David
Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTD
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) celebrates winning the
federal election as his wife Janette...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CELEBRATES WINNING FEDERAL
ELECTION IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) celebrates winning the
federal election as his wife Janette is hugged by supporters in Sydney
November 10, 2001. Howard celebrated at a Liberal Party function his
conservative government's third straight term in office, defeating his
main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor Party. REUTERS/David
Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTC
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (R) celebrates winning the
federal election with his wife Janette,...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CELEBRATES WINNING FEDERAL
ELECTION IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (R) celebrates winning the
federal election with his wife Janette, as a supporter in the crowd
waves an Australian flag, in Sydney November 10, 2001. Howard
celebrated at a Liberal Party function his conservative government's
third straight term in office, defeating his main opposition rival Kim
Beazley of the Labor Party. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTB
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd from right) celebrates
winning the federal election with...
Sydney, Australia
HOWARD CELEBRATES WINNING AUSTRALIAN ELECTION IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (2nd from right) celebrates
winning the federal election with his family wife Janette, son Richard
(L) and daughter Melanie (R) in Sydney November 10, 2001. Howard
celebrated his conservative government's third straight term in office,
defeating his main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor Party.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TTA
November 10, 2001
Australian Prime Minister John Howard celebrates winning the federal
election in Sydney November 10,...
Sydney, Australia
HOWARD CELEBRATES WINNING AUSTRALIAN ELECTION IN SYDNEY.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard celebrates winning the federal
election in Sydney November 10, 2001 as his daughter Melanie looks on.
Howard celebrated his conservative government's third straight term in
office, defeating his main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor
Party. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TRW
November 10, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard (R) shakes hands with supporters in front of
one of his campaign posters...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD ARRIVES TO VOTE AT POLLING BOOTH IN HIS
ELECTORATE IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard (R) shakes hands with supporters in front of
one of his campaign posters before casting his vote at Eastwood Primary
School as Australian's vote in the federal election November 10, 2001.
Howard said he was cautiously hopeful at winning the election against
the Labor Party's Kim Beazley. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TRK
November 10, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard (L) buys a sausage sandwich after casting
his vote at Eastwood Primary School...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD BUYS SAUSAGE SANDWICH AFTER VOTING IN HIS
ELECTORATE IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard (L) buys a sausage sandwich after casting
his vote at Eastwood Primary School as Australian's vote in the federal
election November 10, 2001. Howard said he was cautiously hopeful at
winning the election against the Labor Party's Kim Beazley.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTR14TRJ
November 10, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard shakes hands with supporters before casting
his vote at Eastwood Primary...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD ARRIVES TO VOTE AT POLLING BOOTH IN HIS
ELECTORATE IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard shakes hands with supporters before casting
his vote at Eastwood Primary School as Australians vote in the federal
election November 10, 2001. Howard said he was cautiously hopeful at
winning the election against the Labor Party's Kim Beazley.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTRP8MM
November 10, 2001
An actor wearing a placard bearing a cartoon of a muslim with a cross
through it walks into the Liberal...
Sydney, Australia
ACTOR WEARING PLACARD WALKS INTO LIBERAL PARTY FUNCTION IN SYDNEY.
An actor wearing a placard bearing a cartoon of a muslim with a cross
through it walks into the Liberal Party function in Sydney November 10,
2001. Australian Prime Minister John Howard celebrated his conservative
government's third straight term in office after he claimed victory,
defeating his main opposition rival Kim Beazley of the Labor Party.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTRP898
November 10, 2001
A voter shakes hands with Prime Minister John Howard (R) before he
casts his vote into a ballot box...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CASTS HIS VOTE IN SYDNEY.
A voter shakes hands with Prime Minister John Howard (R) before he
casts his vote into a ballot box in the Sydney suburb of Eastwood
November 10, 2001. Howard said he was cautiously hopeful at winning the
election against the Labor Party's Kim Beazley. REUTERS/POOL/Dean
Lewins

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION HOWARD
RTRP894
November 10, 2001
A polling official (R) watches Prime Minister John Howard cast his vote
into a ballot box in the Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD CASTS HIS VOTE IN SYDNEY.
A polling official (R) watches Prime Minister John Howard cast his vote
into a ballot box in the Sydney suburb of Eastwood November 10, 2001.
Howard said he was cautiously hopeful at winning the election against
the Labor Party's Kim Beazley. REUTERS/POOL/Dean Lewins

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION
RTR14TNL
November 09, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard hugs a young disabled schoolboy at a primary
school in the Sydney Suburb...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD HUGS SCHOOLBOY AT PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard hugs a young disabled schoolboy at a primary
school in the Sydney Suburb of West Epping November 9, 2001. Howard
made only one public appearance on the last day of campaigning for
tomorrows Federal election. According to local media polls, Kim
Beazley's Labor Party has a slight lead over Howard's Liberal
government. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION
RTR14TNJ
November 09, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard walks past a group of young children at a
primary school in the Sydney suburb...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD WALKS PAST SCHOOL CHILDREN AT PRIMARY SCHOOL
IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard walks past a group of young children at a
primary school in the Sydney suburb of West Epping November 9, 2001.
Howard made only one public appearance on the last day of campaigning
for tomorrows federal election. According to local media polls, Kim
Beazley's Labor Party has a slight lead over Howard's Liberal
government. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION
RTR14TNE
November 09, 2001
Prime Minister John Howard sits on the floor of a classroom as he talks
to a young girl at a primary...
Sydney, Australia
PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD SITS ON FLOOR AT A PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SYDNEY.
Prime Minister John Howard sits on the floor of a classroom as he talks
to a young girl at a primary school in the Sydney suburb of West Epping
November 9, 2001. Howard made only one public appearance on the last
day of campaigning for tomorrow's Federal election. According to local
media polls, Kim Beazley's Labor Party has a slight lead over Howard's
Liberal government. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION LABOR
RTROUE8
October 31, 2001
Labor Party leader Kim Beazley acknowledges cheers during his party's
campaign launch in suburban Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
OPPOSITION LABOR PARTY LEADER KIM BEAZLEY ACKNOWLEDGES CHEERS DURING
CAMPAIGN LAUNCH IN SYDNEY.
Labor Party leader Kim Beazley acknowledges cheers during his party's
campaign launch in suburban Sydney October 31, 2001 where he offered
himself as prime minister promising a fair share for all Australians
and billions of dollars for his Knowledge Nation plan. The Australia
goes to the polls on November 10, 2001. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION LABOR
RTROUE3
October 31, 2001
Labor Party leader Kim Beazley emphasises a point during his party's
campaign launch in suburban Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
OPPOSITION LABOR PARTY LEADER KIM BEAZLEY EMPHASISES A POINT DURING
CAMPAIGN LAUNCH IN SYDNEY.
Labor Party leader Kim Beazley emphasises a point during his party's
campaign launch in suburban Sydney October 31, 2001 where he offered
himself as prime minister promising a fair share for all Australians
and billions of dollars for his Knowledge Nation plan. The Australia
goes to the polls on November 10, 2001. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/PB
AUSTRALIA ELECTION
RTR14R9M
October 23, 2001
Costume designers makes some finishing touches on the suit of a model
of Labor Party leader Kim Beazley...
Sydney, Australia
MODELS OF AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER HOWARD AND OPPOSITION LEADER KIM
BEAZLEY IN SYDNEY.
Costume designers makes some finishing touches on the suit of a model
of Labor Party leader Kim Beazley (C) as another model of Australian
prime minister John Howard (R) stands beside them during the filming of
a comedy show in Sydney October 23, 2001. Australia's minor parties
have emerged as potential kingmakers in a November 10 election, pushed
to prominence by a narrowing gap between the front-running conservative
government and resurgent Labor Party. Picture taken October 23.
REUTERS/David Gray

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AUSTRALIA
RTXKT6V
October 08, 2001
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises a point during a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises a point during a news confer.....
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises a point during a news conference at Westmead Dental Hospital in the western suburbs of Sydney where he outlined plans for better dental care as local Labor party politician David Borger (L) looks on October 8, 2001. [Beazley, facing an uphill battle to seize power from a popular conservative government in the November 10 election, is dogged by doubts about his leadership experience as conflicts in Afghanistan escalate.]
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October 08, 2001
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises
a point during a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY VISITS A DENTAL HOSPITAL IN
WESTERN SYDNEY.
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises
a point during a news conference at Westmead Dental Hospital in the
western suburbs of Sydney where he outlined plans for better dental
care as local Labor party politician David Borger (L) looks on October
8, 2001. Beazley, facing an uphill battle to seize power from a popular
conservative government in the November 10 election, is dogged by
doubts about his leadership experience as conflicts in Afghanistan
escalate. REUTERS/Will Burgess

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AUSTRALIA ELECTION
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October 08, 2001
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises
a point during a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY SPEAKS DURING A NEWS
CONFERENCE IN WESTERN SYDNEY.
Leader of Australia's opposition Labor Party Kim Beazley (R) emphasises
a point during a news conference at Westmead Dental Hospital in the
western suburbs of Sydney where he outlined plans for better dental
care as local Labor party politician David Borger (L) looks on October
8, 2001. Beazley, facing an uphill battle to seize power from a popular
conservative government in the November 10 election, is dogged by
doubts about his leadership experience as conflicts in Afghanistan
escalate. REUTERS/Will Burgess

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October 08, 2001
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY VISITS A DENTAL HOSPITAL IN
WESTERN SYDNEY DURING A CAMPAIGN...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY VISITS A DENTAL HOSPITAL IN
WESTERN SYDNEY DURING A ...
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY VISITS A DENTAL HOSPITAL IN
WESTERN SYDNEY DURING A CAMPAIGN VISIT.


Opposition Labor leader Kim Beazley inspects a teaching booth at
Westmead Dental Hospital in the western suburbs of Sydney October 8,
2001 where he outlined plans for better dental care. Beazley, facing an
uphill battle to seize power from a popular conservative government in
the November 10 election, is dogged by doubts about his leadership
experience as conflicts in Afghanistan escalate. REUTERS/Will Burgess
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October 05, 2001
Leader of the Opposition Kim Beazley walks to Caucus room with his wife
Susie Annus in Canberra October...
Canberra, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY WITH WIFE IN CANBERRA.
Leader of the Opposition Kim Beazley walks to Caucus room with his wife
Susie Annus in Canberra October 5, 2001 following Australian Prime
Minister John Howard's decision to call a general elction. Beazley, the
country's Labor leader, faces an uphill battle to seize power from a
resugent conservative government in the November 10 election, dogged by
doubts about his leadership as the West prepares for possible war.
REUTERS/Canberra Times/Gary Schafer

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AUSTRALIA
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September 14, 2001
Opposition leader Kim Beazley (R) addresses a large crowd of Ansett
employees and union members at a...
Sydney, Australia
ANSETT EMPLOYEES AND UNIONS PROTEST IN SYDNEY STREETS.
Opposition leader Kim Beazley (R) addresses a large crowd of Ansett
employees and union members at a rally in Sydney after the airline was
grounded September 14, 2001. The cash-strapped airline was grounded
early on Friday, stranding thousands of passengers and prompting
protests from angry union members. REUTERS/Matt Turner

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INDONESIA
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May 01, 2000
Indonesian Foreign Minister Alwi Shihab (R) shares a laugh with Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER CHATS WITH AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER IN JAKARTA.
Indonesian Foreign Minister Alwi Shihab (R) shares a laugh with Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley (L) during their meeting at the foreign ministry in Jakarta 1 May. Australia's relationship with its closest neighbour has been strained over Australia's role in leading foreign troops into East Timor after last year's violence. Beazely said following the meeting that both sides feel it is time for a new beginning.

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TIMOR BEAZLEY
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December 01, 1999
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley sits atop an armoured vehicle in Dili December 1. Beazley visited...
Dili, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY VISITS DILI.
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley sits atop an armoured vehicle in Dili December 1. Beazley visited Australian troops in the East Timor enclave.

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TIMOR BEAZLEY
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December 01, 1999
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley poses with a soldier's rifle in Dili December 1. Beazley visited...
Dili, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER KIM BEAZLEY POSES WITH A RIFLE IN DILI.
Australian opposition leader Kim Beazley poses with a soldier's rifle in Dili December 1. Beazley visited Australian troops in the East Timor enclave.

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AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
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November 01, 1999
Supporters for the Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy party hold anti-republic signs as they cheer...
Sydney, Australia
SUPPORTERS HOLD 'VOTE NO' SIGNS AT AN ANTI-REPUBLIC RALLY IN SYDNEY.
Supporters for the Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy party hold anti-republic signs as they cheer speakers at a rally in Sydney November 1. Australians have been warned next Saturday's historic republic vote is probably the last chance to cut ties with Britain as neither side of politics would risk their electoral stocks on the divisive issue on the near future. Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a staunch monarchist, and republican Labor opposition leader Kim Beazley, said on Monday that a 'No' vote would probably sound the death-knell for an Australian republic.

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AUSTRALIA REPUBLIC
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November 01, 1999
Supporters of the Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy party hold anti-republic signs as they cheer...
Sydney, Australia
SUPPORTERS HOLD UP 'VOTE NO' SIGNS AT AN ANTI-REPUBLIC RALLY IN SYDNEY.
Supporters of the Australians for a Constitutional Monarchy party hold anti-republic signs as they cheer speakers at a rally in Sydney November 1. Australians have been warned next Saturday's histroic republic vote is probably the last chance to cut ties with Britain as neither side of politics would risk their electoral stocks on the divisive issue on the near future. Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a staunch monarchist, and republican Labor opposition leader Kim Beazley, said on Monday that a 'No' vote would probably sound the death-knell for an Australian republic.

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