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PEOPLE BIGGS
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January 08, 2004
File photo showing British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxing at his home in the hillside neighborhood...
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FILE PHOTO OF BRITISH GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS AT HIS HOME IN RIO.
File photo showing British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxing at his home in the hillside neighborhood of Santa Teresa in Rio de Janeiro, with his rottweiler Blitz, on July 30, 1997. The 74-year-old Biggs returned to a hospital in London on January 8, 2004 after being treated for complications from pneumonia. He is serving a 30-year sentence at Belmarsh high security jail after returning voluntarily to the UK from his home in Brazil, for his part in the 1963 heist of the Glasgow-to-London mail train. REUTERS/Gregg Newton/FILE GN
PEOPLE BIGGS
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January 08, 2004
File photo showing British "Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrating outside his home in Rio de Janeiro...
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FILE PHOTO OF BRITISH GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS OUTSIDE HOME IN RIO.
File photo showing British "Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrating outside his home in Rio de Janeiro on November 12, 1997 after the Brazilian Supreme Court had rejected a British request for his extradition. The 74-year-old Biggs returned to a hospital in London on January 8, 2004 after being treated for complications from pneumonia. He is serving a 30-year sentence at Belmarsh high security jail after returning voluntarily to the UK from his home in Brazil, for his part in the 1963 heist of the Glasgow-to-London mail train. Biggs had made Rio his home for more than 30 years. REUTERS/Gregg Newton/FILE GN
PEOPLE BIGGS
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January 08, 2004
File photo showing British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxing at his home in the hillside neighborhood...
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FILE PHOTO OF BRITISH GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS AAT HOME IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
File photo showing British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxing at his home in the hillside neighborhood of Santa Teresa in Rio de Janeiro, with his rottweiler Blitz, on July 30, 1997. The 74-year-old Biggs returned to a hospital in London on January 8, 2004 after being treated for complications from pneumonia. He is serving a 30-year sentence at Belmarsh high security jail after returning voluntarily to the UK from his home in Brazil, for his part in the 1963 heist of the Glasgow-to-London mail train. REUTERS/Gregg Newton/FILE GN
CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 06, 2001
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
PRIVATE JET IN BRAZIL GETS SET TO TAKE RONALD BIGGS BACK TO ENGLAND.
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet at an isolated part of the tarmac at Rio's Galeao international airport in Rio de Janeiro, May 6, 2001. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed on this jet jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England enroute to England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 06, 2001
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
PRIVATE JET IN BRAZIL GETS SET TO TAKE RONALD BIGGS BACK TO ENGLAND.
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet at an isolated part of the tarmac at Rio's Galeao international airport in Rio de Janeiro, May 6, 2001. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed on this jet jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England enroute to England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BIGGS
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May 06, 2001
"Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs and his entourage taxi down the runway in a 14-seat Dassault Falcon...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
RONALD BIGGS JET TAXIS DOWN RUNWAY IN RIO DE JANEIRO ON WAY BACK TO ENGLAND.
"Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs and his entourage taxi down the runway in a 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet at Rio's Galeao international airport prior to takeoff in Rio de Janeiro, May 6, 2001. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed on this jet from Rio enroute to England aboard a private jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 06, 2001
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
PRIVATE JET IN BRAZIL GETS SET TO TAKE RONALD BIGGS BACK TO ENGLAND.
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet at an isolated part of the tarmac at Rio's Galeao international airport in Rio de Janeiro, May 6, 2001. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed on this jet jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England enroute to England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 06, 2001
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
PRIVATE JET IN BRAZIL GETS SET TO TAKE RONALD BIGGS BACK TO ENGLAND.
A bus carrying "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs (Far L) pulls up in front of a 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet at an isolated part of the tarmac at Rio's Galeao international airport in Rio de Janeiro, May 6, 2001. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed on this jet jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England enroute to England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 05, 2001
British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxes at his home in the hillside neighborhood of Santa Teresa...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS WITH PET DOG IN RIO.
British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs relaxes at his home in the hillside neighborhood of Santa Teresa in Rio de Janeiro with his two-year-old rottweiler Blitz, during an interview with Reuters in this July 30, 1997 file photo. Brazilian Federal Police informed local media May 5, 2001 that the 71-year-old Biggs, who has lived in Brazil for 31 years and is in frail condition after suffering three strokes, was set to return to England aboard a jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper. A 14-seat Dassault Falcon 900 jet has been on the tarmac at Rio's Galeao international airport as Biggs makes his final preparations to depart Brazil.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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May 03, 2001
British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs is seen in Rio de Janeiro in this 1992 file photo wearing a...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
British "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs is seen in Rio de Janeiro in this 1992 file photo wearing a descriptive tee-shirt. The 71-year-old Biggs told police on May 3, 2001 that he wants to return home to Britain as soon as possible, after 35 years on the lam. His Brazilian lawyer said May 4, 2001 that Biggs, who has lived in Brazil for 31 years and is in frail condition after suffering three strokes, is hiding in the mountains near Rio.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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January 25, 2001
Briton Ronald Biggs poses in Rio de Janeiro with models from the Elite Agency, Milene Zardo (L) and Francine...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS WITH MODELS IN RIO.
Briton Ronald Biggs poses in Rio de Janeiro with models from the Elite Agency, Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello, during a photo session for the Duloren lingerie company in this January 25, 2001 file photo. The "Great Train Robber" departed Brazil May 6, 2001 after living in Rio for 31 years. After suffering three strokes, the frail Biggs departed Rio enroute to England aboard a private jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL BIGGS
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January 25, 2001
Wrapped in a flag of the United Kingdom, Briton Ronald Biggs poses in Rio de Janeiro with models from...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS POSES WITH LINGERIE MODELS IN BRAZIL.
Wrapped in a flag of the United Kingdom, Briton Ronald Biggs poses in Rio de Janeiro with models from the Elite Agency Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello during a photo session for the Duloren lingerie company in this January 25, 2001 file photo. The 71-year-old Biggs took part in the "Great Train Robbery" in the 1960's and fled Britain, eventually ending up in Brazil. The fugitive told police on May 3, 2001 that he wants to return home to Britain as soon as possible, after 35 years on the lam.

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BRAZIL BIGGS
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January 25, 2001
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BRITON RONALD BIGGS POSES WITH LINGERIE MODELS DRESSED AS BOBBIES IN BRAZIL.
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian models are Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello.

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BRAZIL BIGGS
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January 25, 2001
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
RONALD BIGGS POSES WITH DULOREN LINGERIE MODELS IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian models are Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello.

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BRAZIL BIGGS
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January 25, 2001
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS JOKES WITH LINGERIE MODELS IN BRAZIL.
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian models are Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello.

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BRAZIL BIGGS
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January 25, 2001
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS POSES WITH LINGERIE MODELS IN BRAZIL.
eventually ending up in Brazil - posed for part of a lingerie shoot for the Duloren company. Brazilian models are Milene Zardo (L) and Francine Mello.

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BIGGS
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September 20, 1999
FILE PHOTO NOV97 - Britain's famous fugitive, the "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs poses in the backyard...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO NOV97 - Britain's famous fugitive, the "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs poses in the bac.....
FILE PHOTO NOV97 - Britain's famous fugitive, the "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs poses in the backyard of his home in an interview with Reuters in November, 1997. Biggs is on the road to recovery after suffering a mild stroke last week. Biggs, who was hospitalized on September 15, had a similar stroke last year and quickly recovered. Biggs escaped from a London prison in 1965 after serving 15 months of a 30-year sentence for his part in the 1963 robbery of the Glasgow-to-London mail train that netted his gang $50 million in today's values.
BRAZIL BIGGS
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September 20, 1999
Britain's famous fugitive, the "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs poses in the backyard of his home in...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE IMAGE OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
Britain's famous fugitive, the "Great Train Robber" Ronald Biggs poses in the backyard of his home in an interview with Reuters in November, 1997. Biggs is on the road to recovery after suffering a mild stroke last week. Biggs, who was hospitalized on September 15, had a similar stroke last year and quickly recovered. Biggs escaped from a London prison in 1965 after serving 15 months of a 30-year sentence for his part in the 1963 robbery of the Glasgow-to-London mail train that netted his gang $50 million in today's values.

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February 19, 1998
Workers make final preparations on a carnaval float depicting Ronald Biggs and the Great Train Robbery,...
Brazil
WORKERS PREPARE A FLOAT REPRESENTING THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
Workers make final preparations on a carnaval float depicting Ronald Biggs and the Great Train Robbery, in Rio de Janeiro on February 19. The Porta da Pedra samba schools' theme, "Samba in your feet and hands in the air, this is a stick up," is a criticism of generalized corruption. The float has a replica of the London-to-Glasgow mail train robbed by Biggs in the early 1960s, who recently retained his feedom after Brazil's Supreme Court rejected an extradition request. Biggs will not parade with the school at the Sambadrome.

BRAZIL CARNAVAL
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February 19, 1998
A worker steps past a section of a float at the Porta da Pedra samba school warehouse, representing Ronald...
Brazil
WORKER WALKS ON A FLOAT REPRESENTING THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
A worker steps past a section of a float at the Porta da Pedra samba school warehouse, representing Ronald Biggs and the Great Train Robbery, in Rio de Janeiro February 19. The schools' theme, "Samba in your feet and hands in the air, this is a stick up," is a criticism of generalized corruption. Biggs, who retained his feedom after Brazil's Supreme Court rejected an extradition request, is honored with a float depicting the London-to-Glasgow mail train which he robbed. Biggs will not parade with the school at the Sambadrome. The headlines read: "Mail train robbed" and "Ronald Biggs escapes to Brazil.

BRAZIL CARNAVAL
BIGGS
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November 12, 1997
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12,...
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12.....
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12, after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. "I feel great. It's wonderful, wonderful," Biggs exclaimed before driving off with one of his lawyers. Biggs was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the legendary 1963 robbery of a Glasgow-to-London mail train, which netted his gang about $50 million in today's values.
CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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November 12, 1997
"Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro in this file photo from...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS AT HOME IN RIO.
"Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro in this file photo from November 12, 1997 after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed Rio enroute to England aboard a private jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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November 12, 1997
"Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro in this file photo from...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS AT HOME IN RIO.
"Great Train" robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro in this file photo from November 12, 1997 after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. After living in Brazil for 31 years and in frail condition after suffering three strokes, Biggs departed Rio enroute to England aboard a private jet chartered by "The Sun" newspaper of England. Flying with Biggs were a reporter and photographer from the paper, and co-conspirator in the robbery Bruce Reynolds.

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November 12, 1997
"Great train" robber Ronald Biggs (2nd R) speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November...
Brazil
RONALD BIGGS AND SON MICHAEL IN RIO DE JANEIRO
"Great train" robber Ronald Biggs (2nd R) speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12 after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. "I feel great. It's wonderful, wonderful," Biggs exclaimed, as his 23-year-old son Michael (R) followed along. Biggs was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the legendary 1963 robbery of a Glasgow-to-London mail train, which netted his gang about $50 million in today's values.

BRAZIL BIGGS
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November 12, 1997
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12,...
Brazil
RONALD BIGGS SPEAKS TO THE PRESS IN RIO DE JANEIRO
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs speaks with the press outside his home in Rio de Janeiro November 12, after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. "I feel great. It's wonderful, wonderful," Biggs exclaimed before driving off with one of his lawyers. Biggs was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the legendary 1963 robbery of a Glasgow-to-London mail train, which netted his gang about $50 million in today's values.

BRAZIL BIGGS
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November 12, 1997
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro Novemebr 12, after the...
Brazil
GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONNIE BIGGS CELEBRATES OUTSIDE HOME IN RIO
Great Train robber Ronald Biggs celebrates outside his home in Rio de Janeiro Novemebr 12, after the Supreme Court rejected a British request for his extradition. "I feel great. It's wonderful, wonderful," Biggs exclaimed. Biggs was sentenced to 30 years for his part in the legendary 1963 robbery of a Glasgow-to-London mail train, which netted his gang about $50 million in today's values.

BRAZIL BIGGS
BIGGS
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August 13, 1997
- FILE PHOTO 30JUL97 - Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after...
- FILE PHOTO 30JUL97 - Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago .....
- FILE PHOTO 30JUL97 - Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after taking part in a heist known as the "Great Train Robbery, " sits at his home in Rio de Janeiro with his two-year-old rottweiler Blitz, during an interview with Reuters in July 30 1997 file photo. Britain took a step toward recapturing Biggs when it ratified a long-awaited extradition treaty with Brazil August 13. Diplomatic officials met at Brazil's Foreign Ministry to exchange documents in a simple ceremony that could mean the end of more than 30 years on the run for Biggs.
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July 30, 1997
Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after taking part in a heist...
Brazil
GREAT TRAIN ROBBER RONALD BIGGS RELAXES IN RIO
Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after taking part in a heist known as the "Great Train Robbery," relaxes at his home in the Santa Tereza district, overlooking Rio de Janeiro, with his two-year-old rottweiler Blitz, July 30. Biggs will turn 68 on August 8, exactly 34 years to the day that his group of men robbed a Royal Mail train and made off with 2.6 million pounds, the equivalent of 30 million pounds ($50 million) today.

BRAZIL ROBBER
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July 30, 1997
Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after taking part in a heist...
Brazil
RONALD BIGGS SPEAKS IN REUTERS INTERVIEW
Ronald Biggs, Britain's most famous fugitive who fled to Brazil 27 years ago after taking part in a heist known as the "Great Train Robbery," relaxes at his home in Rio de Janeiro with his two-year-old rottweiler Blitz, during an interview with Reuters July 30. Biggs will turn 68 on August 8, exactly 34 years to the day that his group of men robbed a Royal Mail train and made off with 2.6 million pounds, the equivalent of 30 million pounds ($50 million) today.

BRAZIL ROBBER
CRIME BRITAIN BRAZIL RIO
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February 22, 1997
A carnival float from the Porta da Pedra samba school depicts a replica of the London-to-Glasgow mail...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
FILE PHOTO OF CARNIVAL FLOAT DEPICTING RONALD BIGGS AND THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY.
A carnival float from the Porta da Pedra samba school depicts a replica of the London-to-Glasgow mail train robbed by Ronald Biggs in the early 1960s, in this February 22, 1997 file photo. At the front, hands collapse upon a reveller who is supposed to portray Biggs for Porta da Pedra, whose theme for carnival that year was "Samba in your feet and hands in the air; this is a stick-up." His Brazilian lawyer said May 4, 2001 that the 71-year-old Biggs, who has lived in Brazil for 31 years and is in frail condition after suffering three strokes, was hiding in the mountains near Rio, after having told police that he wants to return home to Britain as soon as possible.

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LONDON
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January 21, 1994
Michael biggs stands next to a wanted poster of his father Ronald Biggs, notoriously known as one of...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MICHAEL BIGGS STANDS NEXT TO WANTED POSTER OF FATHER RONNIE BIGGS IN LONDON.
Michael biggs stands next to a wanted poster of his father Ronald Biggs, notoriously known as one of the "Great Train robbers", after a press conference where Ronald Biggs launched his book via satellite link from Rio de Janeiro, January 21, 1994. Bigg's memoirs, titled "Odd Man Out" tell the story of the robbery and his colourful life on the loose. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque CMC/PN
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