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SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVDB
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, smiles during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVD5
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, listens question during an interview...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, listens question during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVD0
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico (L), leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico (L), leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with Reuters correspondent Martin Santa in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVCR
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said.Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVCI
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia?s most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVC4
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVBS
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
RTR2YVBH
March 05, 2012
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer reacts during an interview with Reuters...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO
Robert Fico, leader of Slovakia's most popular political party Smer reacts during an interview with Reuters in Banska Bystrica March 2, 2012. Slovakia will scrap its flagship flat rate tax on incomes and corporate earnings after the upcoming March 10 election, to make wealthier Slovaks and companies share the burden of fiscal consolidation, its likely next prime minister Robert Fico said. Picture taken March 2, 2012. To match Interview SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/FICO REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR71
March 02, 2012
Opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election campaign rally...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election campaign rally...
Opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6Z
March 02, 2012
Supporters leave after an election campaign rally by opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico in central...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Supporters leave after an election campaign rally by opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico in central...
Supporters leave after an election campaign rally by opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6X
March 02, 2012
Supporters grab flyers with portraits of opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico and other party members...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Supporters grab flyers with portraits of opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico and other party members...
Supporters grab flyers with portraits of opposition SMER party leader Robert Fico and other party members during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6Q
March 02, 2012
Supporters grab flyers with a portrait of opposition party leader SMER Robert Fico during an election...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Supporters grab flyers with a portrait of opposition party leader SMER Robert Fico during an election...
Supporters grab flyers with a portrait of opposition party leader SMER Robert Fico during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6L
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico and SMER deputy chairman Pavol Paska (L) react...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico and SMER deputy chairman Pavol Paska react...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico and SMER deputy chairman Pavol Paska (L) react during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6H
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico smiles during an election campaign rally in...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico smiles during an election campaign rally in...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico smiles during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6C
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6B
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico (C) speaks to the party's voters, while flanked...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico (C) speaks to the party's voters, while flanked by party members, during a election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. The text in the background reads: "The people deserve assurances". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR6A
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during an election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. The text in the background reads: "The people deserve assurances". REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SLOVAKIA-ELECTION/
RTR2YR69
March 02, 2012
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election...
Leader of the strongest opposition party SMER Robert Fico talks to the party's voters during a election campaign rally in central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica, about 130 miles (210 km) east of the capital Bratislava, March 2, 2012. Slovakia, the euro zone second poorest country, will hold an early election on March 10 and SMER is expected to win the vote by a wide margin, with Fico seeking his second term as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa (SLOVAKIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTRXMFR
September 16, 2004
Benfica Joao Pereira and Sabrosa Fonseca Simao (20) celebrate a goal against Banska Bystrica during their...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Benfica Joao Pereira and Sabrosa Fonseca Simao celebrate a goal against Banska Bystrica IN SLOVAKIA.
Benfica Joao Pereira and Sabrosa Fonseca Simao (20) celebrate a goal against Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup first round, first leg match in Banska Bystrica in central Slovakia, September 16, 2004. Benfica defeated Banska Bystrica 3-0. REUTERS/Petr Josek PJ/WS
SPORT SOCCER
RTRXM65
September 16, 2004
Benfica Lisboa's Simao Sabrosa runs away after scoring against Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Benfica Lisboa's Sabrosa runs away after scoring against Banska Bystrica.
Benfica Lisboa's Simao Sabrosa runs away after scoring against Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup first round first leg match in Banska Bystrica in central Slovakia, September 16, 2004. REUTERS/Petr Josek PJ/ABP
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTRXM2U
September 16, 2004
Benfica Tomo Sokota is tackled by Jaroslav Kentos of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match in Banska...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Benfica Tomo Sokota is tackled by Jaroslav Kentos of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match ...
Benfica Tomo Sokota is tackled by Jaroslav Kentos of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. Benfica's (Portugal) Tomo Sokota (L) is tackled by Jaroslav Kentos of Banska Bystrica (Slovakia) during their UEFA Cup first round, first leg match in Banska Bystrica in central Slovakia, September 16, 2004. REUTERS/Petr Josek
SPORT SOCCER
RTRXM0N
September 16, 2004
Benfica's Tomo Sokota is tackled by Peter Dzurik of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match in Banska...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Benfica's Tomo Sokota is tackled by Peter Dzurik of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match in ......
Benfica's Tomo Sokota is tackled by Peter Dzurik of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup match in Banska Bystrica. Benfica's Tomo Sokota (L) is tackled by Peter Dzurik of Banska Bystrica during their UEFA Cup first round, first leg soccer match in Banska Bystrica in central Slovakia, September 16, 2004. REUTERS/Petr Josek
POPE
RTXM75C
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks tired during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003....
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Pope John Paul II looks tired during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, .....
Pope John Paul II looks tired during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health. [Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.]
POPE
RTXM75B
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II rests his head in his hands during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Pope John Paul II rests his head in his hands during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September.....
Pope John Paul II rests his head in his hands during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health. [Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.]
POPE
RTXM75A
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A somewhat...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A .....
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health. [Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.]
POPE
RTXM759
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks on during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Pope John Paul II looks on during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewh.....
Pope John Paul II looks on during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health. [Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.]
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR33UP
September 12, 2003
Slovaks holding up posters of Pope John Paul II prior to his arrival in
the town of Banska Bystrica...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
SLOVAKS HOLDING UP POSTERS OF POPE JOHN PAUL II PRIOR TO HIS ARRIVAL IN
THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA....
Slovaks holding up posters of Pope John Paul II prior to his arrival in
the town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and
refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's
communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially
allaying growing fears over his health. Although the 83 year-old
pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country
Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of
his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city
of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

JFL/GB
RTR2Y50
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II waves during a meeting with some representatives of
other religions in the major diocesan...
Slovakia
POPE JOHN PAUL II WAVES DURING A MEETING WITH SOME REPRESENTATIVE OF
OTHERS RELIGION IN BADIN.
Pope John Paul II waves during a meeting with some representatives of
other religions in the major diocesan seminar in Badin, near Banska
Bystrica, September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking
Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass
for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over
his health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form
than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials
decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his
burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Max Rossi REUTERS

MR/AA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XSQ
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks tired during a mass in the town of Banska
Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12,...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II LOOKS TIRED DURING A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA
BYSTRICA, SLOVAKIA.
Pope John Paul II looks tired during a mass in the town of Banska
Bystrica, Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and
refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's
communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially
allaying growing fears over his health. Although the 83 year-old
pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country
Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of
his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city
of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

JFL/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XRJ
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA,
SLOVAKIA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia, September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking
Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass
for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over
his health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form
than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials
decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his
burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

JFL/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XPE
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA,
SLOVAKIA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John
Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens
of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his
health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than
on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided
that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during
an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry
Lampen

JFL/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XP8
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks on during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II LOOKS ON DURING A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA
BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II looks on during a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John
Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens
of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his
health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than
on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided
that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during
an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry
Lampen REUTERS

JFL/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XOU
September 12, 2003
SLOVAKS WEAR T-SHIRTS PRINTED WITH PICTURES OF POPE JOHN PAUL II PRIOR
TO HIS ARRIVAL IN THE TOWN OF...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
SLOVAKS WEAR T-SHIRTS PRINTED WITH PICTURES OF POPE JOHN PAUL II PRIOR
TO HIS ARRIVAL IN THE TOWN ......
SLOVAKS WEAR T-SHIRTS PRINTED WITH PICTURES OF POPE JOHN PAUL II PRIOR
TO HIS ARRIVAL IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA, SLOVAKIA.
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XOF
September 12, 2003
Slovaks brave the rain prior to the arrival of Pope John Paul II in the
town of Banska Bystrica September...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
SLOVAKS BRAVE THE RAIN PRIOR TO ARRIVAL OF POPE JOHN PAUL II IN THE
TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Slovaks brave the rain prior to the arrival of Pope John Paul II in the
town of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and
refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's
communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially
allaying growing fears over his health. Although the 83 year-old
pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country
Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of
his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city
of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

JFL/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XO6
September 12, 2003
A SLOVAK WOMAN LOOKS FROM BEHIND HER WINDOW DURING THE CELARTING OF A
MASS LED BY POPE JOHN PAUL II...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
A SLOVAK WOMAN LOOKS FROM BEHIND HER WINDOW DURING THE CELARTING OF A
MASS LED BY POPE JOHN PAUL ......
A SLOVAK WOMAN LOOKS FROM BEHIND HER WINDOW DURING THE CELARTING OF A
MASS LED BY POPE JOHN PAUL II IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XO0
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II waves to well wishers during a mass in the town of
Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003....
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II WAVES TO WELL WISHERS DURING A MASS IN THE TOWN OF
BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II waves to well wishers during a mass in the town of
Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed
looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past
at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing
fears over his health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in
better form than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican
officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease
his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Jerry Lampen REUTERS

JFL/
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XNQ
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John
Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens
of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his
health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than
on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided
that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during
an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry
Lampen REUTERS

JFL/
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XNK
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia September 12, 2003. A somewhat...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking
Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass
for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over
his health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form
than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials
decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his
burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Jerry Lampen REUTERS

JFL/
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XNE
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica
September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John
Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens
of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his
health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form than
on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials decided
that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his burden during
an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry
Lampen REUTERS

JFL/
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XLL
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II rests his head in his hands during a mass in the town
of Banska Bystrica September...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II HOLDS HIS HEAD IN IN HANDS DURING A MASS IN THE TOWN
OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II rests his head in his hands during a mass in the town
of Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and
refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's
communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially
allaying growing fears over his health. Although the 83 year-old
pontiff appeared in better form than on his first day in the country
Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of
his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city
of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen REUTERS

JFL/FMS
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XK1
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia September 12, 2003. A somewhat...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II CELEBRATES A MASS IN THE TOWN OF BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II celebrates a mass in the town of Banska Bystrica,
Slovakia September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking
Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass
for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over
his health. Although the 83 year-old pontiff appeared in better form
than on his first day in the country Thursday, Vatican officials
decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease his
burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Jerry Lampen REUTERS

JFL/FMS
RTR2XHH
September 12, 2003
A special patrol guard monitors the square where the Pope leads his
solemn mass in Risorgimento Square...
Slovakia
A SPECIAL PATROL GUARD MONITORS RISORGIMENTO SQUARE AS THE POPE LEADS A
SOLEMN MASS IN BANSKA BYSTRICA....
A special patrol guard monitors the square where the Pope leads his
solemn mass in Risorgimento Square at Banska Bystrica September 12,
2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul
comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of
thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health.
Although he appeared in better form than on his first day in the
country on Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would
read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in
the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Max Rossi

MR/MA
RTR2XDG
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks on as he leads a solemn mass in Risorgimento
Square at Banska Bystrica September...
Slovakia
POPE JOHN PAUL II LEADS A SOLEMN MASS IN RISORGIMENTO SQUARE IN BANSKA
BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II looks on as he leads a solemn mass in Risorgimento
Square at Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and
refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's
communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially
allaying growing fears over his health. Although he appeared in better
form than on his first day in the country on Thursday, Vatican
officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon to ease
his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska Bystrica.
REUTERS/Max Rossi

MR/MA
RTR2XD3
September 12, 2003
A nun holds a cross as she attends a solemn mass lead by John Paul II
in Risorgimento Square at Banska...
Slovakia
NUN ATTENDS SOLEMN MASS LEAD BY POPE JOHN PAUL II IN RISORGIMENTO
SQUARE IN BANSKA BYSTRICA.
A nun holds a cross as she attends a solemn mass lead by John Paul II
in Risorgimento Square at Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A
somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted
victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on
Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health. Although he
appeared in better form than on his first day in the country on
Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of
his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city
of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Max Rossi

MR/MA
POPE SLOVAKIA
RTR2XBV
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II receives help putting on his mitre, as he leads a
solemn mass in Risorgimento Square...
Bratislava, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
POPE JOHN PAUL II RECEIVES HELP AS HE LEADS A SOLEMN MASS IN
RISORGIMENTO SQUARE IN BANSKA BYSTRICA....
Pope John Paul II receives help putting on his mitre, as he leads a
solemn mass in Risorgimento Square at Banska Bystrica September 12,
2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul
comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of
thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over his health.
Although he appeared in better form than on his first day in the
country on Thursday, Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would
read most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in
the old city of Banska Bystrica. REUTERS/Max Rossi

MR/MA
RTR2XBG
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II looks on as he leads a solemn mass in Risorgimento Square
at Banska Bystrica September...
Slovakia
POPE JOHN PAUL II LEADS A SOLEMN MASS IN RISORGIMENTO SQUARE IN
BANSKA BYSTRICA.
Pope John Paul II looks on as he leads a solemn mass in Risorgimento Square
at Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat stronger and refreshed
looking Pope John Paul comforted victims of Slovakia's communist past at a
mass for tens of thousands on Friday, partially allaying growing fears over
his health. Although he appeared in better form than on his first day in the
country on Thursday,Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read
most of his sermon to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old
city of Banska Bystrica. PP03090067 REUTERS/Max Rossi

MR/MA
RTR2XAN
September 12, 2003
Pope John Paul II elevates the host as he leads a celebration in
Risorgimento square in Banska Bystrica...
Slovakia
POPE JOHN PAUL II ELEVATES THE HOST AS HE LEADS A SOLEMN MASS IN
RISORGIMENTO SQUARE IN BANSKA BYSTRICA....
Pope John Paul II elevates the host as he leads a celebration in
Risorgimento square in Banska Bystrica September 12, 2003. A somewhat
stronger and refreshed looking Pope John Paul comforted victims

of Slovakia's communist past at a mass for tens of thousands on Friday,
partially allaying growing fears over his health. Although he appeared
in better form than on his first day in the country on Thursday,
Vatican officials decided that a cardinal would read most of his sermon
to ease his burden during an open air mass in the old city of Banska
Bystrica. REUTERS/Max Rossi
SLOVAKIA ELECTIONS
RTRALSH
September 17, 2002
Left wing party SMER leader Robert Fico poses for a picture in his bus
during a campaign rally in the...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
LEADER OF LEFT WING PARTY SMER ROBERT POSES IN HIS BUS DURING HIS RALLY
IN BANSKA BYSTRICA IN SLOVAKIA....
Left wing party SMER leader Robert Fico poses for a picture in his bus
during a campaign rally in the central Slovak town of Banska Bystrica
September 17 2002.The European Union urged Slovak voters on Tuesday to
turn out in force at weekend

parliamentary elections that could decide the country's efforts to join
the 15-nation bloc.
SLOVAKIA ELECTIONS
RTRALR2
September 17, 2002
SUPPORTERS LISTEN TO SLOVAKIA'S LEFT WING PARTY SMER LEADER ROBERT FICO
SPEAK DURING HIS RALY IN BANSKA...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
SUPPORTERS LISTEN TO SLOVAKIA'S LEFT WING PARTY SMER LEADER ROBERT FICO
SPEAK DURING HIS RALY IN ......
SUPPORTERS LISTEN TO SLOVAKIA'S LEFT WING PARTY SMER LEADER ROBERT FICO
SPEAK DURING HIS RALY IN BANSKA BYSTRICA SLOVAKIA.
RTRALQV
September 17, 2002
Robert Fico, leader of the left wing SMER party, poses in this photo
taken during his rally in the central...
Slovakia
LEFT WING SMER PARTY LEADER FICO POSES DURING RALLY IN SLOVAKIA.
Robert Fico, leader of the left wing SMER party, poses in this photo
taken during his rally in the central Slovak city Banska Bystrica
September 17, 2002. This was his last official appearance before the
campaign oratorium beginning on Wednesday, prior to the general
elections on September 20 and 21st. The European Union urged Slovak
voters on Tuesday to turn out in force at weekend parliamentary
elections that could decide the country's efforts to join the 15-nation
bloc. Reuters/Joe Klamar

XX/cmc
SLOVAKIA ELECTIONS
RTRALQO
September 17, 2002
Left wing party SMER leader Robert Fico talks in front of his campaign
team during his raly in central...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
SLOVAKIAN LEFT WING PARTY LEADER SPEAKS AT RALLY IN BANSKA BYSTRICA IN
SLOVAKIA.
Left wing party SMER leader Robert Fico talks in front of his campaign
team during his raly in central Slovak city of Banska Bystrica
September 17, 2002. The European Union urged Slovak voters on Tuesday
to turn out in force at weekend parliamentary elections that could
decide the country's efforts to join the 15-nation bloc.
SLOVAKIA
RTR11U70
November 01, 2000
JAK/CLH/
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
PRINCE CHARLES PLAYS SLOVAK FOLK INSTRUMENT.
JAK/CLH/
SPORT SOCCER
RTR12P5M
September 30, 1999
Ajax's John O' Brien (standing) eludes Dukla Banska Bystrica's Vladimir Helbich during their UEFA Cup...
Banska Bystrica, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
AJAX'S O'BRIEN ELUDES DUKLA'S HELBICH.
Ajax's John O' Brien (standing) eludes Dukla Banska Bystrica's Vladimir Helbich during their UEFA Cup first round second leg match in Banska Bystrica September 30. Ajax won the match 3-1.

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