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SPAIN-POLITICS/
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June 08, 2018 
A combination picture shows the new Spanish government posing for a family photo following the first... 
Madrid, Spain 
A combination picture shows the new Spanish government posing for a family photo following the first... 
A combination picture shows the new Spanish government posing for a family photo following the first cabinet at the Moncloa Palace in Madrid, Spain, June 8, 2018. (L-R, top to bottom) Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Deputy Prime Minister and Equality Minister Carmen Calvo, Foreign Minister Josep Borrell, Justice Minister Dolores Delgado, Budget Minister Maria Jesus Montero, Agriculture Minister Luis Planas, Science Minister Pedro Duque, Labour Minister Magdalena Valerio, Economy Minister Nadia Calvino, Development Minister Jose Luis Abalos, Energy and Environment Minister Teresa Ribera, Education Minister Isabel Celaa, Culture and Sport Minister Maxim Huerta, Health Minister Carmen Monton, Industry Minister Reyes Maroto, Regional Administration Minister Meritxell Batet, Defence Minister Margarita Robles and Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska. REUTERS/Sergio Perez 
SOCCER-COPA/
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June 12, 2015 
Jose Maria Gimenez of Uruguay's national soccer team controls the ball during team training at the stadium... 
Antofagasta, Chile 
Jose Maria Gimenez of Uruguay's national soccer team controls the ball during team training at the stadium... 
Jose Maria Gimenez of Uruguay's national soccer team controls the ball during team training at the stadium Calvo y Bascunan in Antofagasta June 12, 2015. Uruguay will face Jamaica in the stadium on June 13 in their first Group B match of the Copa America. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno 
SOCCER-COPA/
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June 12, 2015 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez controls the ball during team training at the... 
Antofagasta, Chile 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez controls the ball during team training at the... 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez controls the ball during team training at the stadium Calvo y Bascunan in Antofagasta June 12, 2015. Uruguay will face Jamaica in the stadium on June 13 in their first Group B match of the Copa America. REUTERS/Andres Stapff 
SOCCER-COPA/
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June 12, 2015 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez heads the ball during a team training at the... 
Antofagasta, Chile 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez heads the ball during team training at the stadium... 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez heads the ball during a team training at the stadium Calvo y Bascunan in Antofagasta June 12, 2015. Uruguay will face Jamaica in the stadium on June 13 in their first Group B match of the Copa America. REUTERS/Andres Stapff 
SOCCER-COPA/
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June 12, 2015 
Uruguay's national soccer team players Cristian Rodriguez and Diego Godin (R) compete for the ball during... 
Antofagasta, Chile 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez heads the ball during team training at the stadium... 
Uruguay's national soccer team players Cristian Rodriguez and Diego Godin (R) compete for the ball during team training at the stadium Calvo y Bascunan in Antofagasta June 12, 2015. Uruguay will face Jamaica in the stadium on June 13 in their first Group B match of the Copa America. REUTERS/Andres Stapff 
SOCCER-COPA/
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June 10, 2015 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez jogs during a team training at the secondary... 
Antofagasta, Chile 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez jogs during a team training at the secondary... 
Uruguay's national soccer team player Jose Maria Gimenez jogs during a team training at the secondary field of the stadium Calvo y Bascunan in Antofagasta June 10, 2015. Uruguay and Paraguay will face Jamaica in this stadium on June 13 and 16 respectively for the group B of the Copa America Chile 2015. REUTERS/Andres Stapff 
SPAIN/
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November 17, 2012 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court... 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court after being questioned about an alleged illegal financing scheme that may have benefited the Popular Party (PP) in the Balearics Islands, November 17, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SPAIN/
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November 17, 2012 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez (R) arrives with his lawyer Santiago... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Rodriguez arrives with his lawyer Rodriguez-Miranda... 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez (R) arrives with his lawyer Santiago Rodriguez-Miranda at Palma de Mallorca's court to be questioned about an alleged illegal financing scheme that may have benefited the Popular Party (PP) in the Balearics Islands, November 17, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3AIT3 
November 17, 2012 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court after being... 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court after being questioned about an alleged illegal financing scheme that may have benefited the Popular Party (PP) in the Balearics Islands, November 17, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3AIT0 
November 17, 2012 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court after being... 
Former government delegate in the Balearic Islands Jose Maria Rodriguez leaves Palma de Mallorca's court after being questioned about an alleged illegal financing scheme that may have benefited the Popular Party (PP) in the Balearics Islands, November 17, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: LAW POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
RTR39PRO 
October 28, 2012 
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (L) and Sergio Ramos (R) congratulate Jose Maria Callejon after he scored... 
Mallorca, Spain 
Real Madrid's Ronaldo and Ramos congratulate Callejon after he scored against Mallorca during their Spanish... 
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (L) and Sergio Ramos (R) congratulate Jose Maria Callejon after he scored against Mallorca during their Spanish first division soccer match at Iberostar Stadium in Mallorca October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
RTR39PRL 
October 28, 2012 
Real Madrid's players celebrate Jose Maria Callejon's (3rd L) goal against Mallorca during their Spanish... 
Mallorca, Spain 
Real Madrid's players celebrate Jose Maria Callejon's goal against Mallorca during their Spanish first... 
Real Madrid's players celebrate Jose Maria Callejon's (3rd L) goal against Mallorca during their Spanish first division soccer match at Iberostar Stadium in Mallorca October 28, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
SPAIN/
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August 28, 2012 
Spanish businessman Jose Maria Ruiz Mateos (C) is escorted by a policeman as he arrives at the Court... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Spanish businessman Mateos is escorted by a policeman as he arrives at the Court of Palma de Mallorca... 
Spanish businessman Jose Maria Ruiz Mateos (C) is escorted by a policeman as he arrives at the Court of Palma de Mallorca to testify on alleged fraud charges in the sale of two hotels in Mallorca, August 29, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
SPAIN/
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August 28, 2012 
Spanish businessman Jose Maria Ruiz Mateos (C) is escorted by a policeman as he at the Court of Palma... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Spanish businessman Ruiz Mateos is escorted by a policeman as he arrives at the Court of Palma de Mallorca... 
Spanish businessman Jose Maria Ruiz Mateos (C) is escorted by a policeman as he at the Court of Palma de Mallorca to testify on alleged fraud charges in the sale of two hotels in Mallorca, August 29, 2012. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
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May 04, 2010 
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (C) is congratulated by teammates Jose Maria Gutierrez "Guti" (L) and... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo is congratulated by teammates Guti and Arbeloa after scoring his third... 
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (C) is congratulated by teammates Jose Maria Gutierrez "Guti" (L) and Alvaro Arbeloa after scoring his third goal against Real Mallorca during their Spanish first division soccer match at Ono stadium in Palma de Mallorca May 5, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
SPAIN-PRIMEMINISTER/
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May 08, 2008 
Spain's former Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (2nd L) shakes hands with Spain's opposition leader Mariano... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's former PM Aznar shakes hands with Spain's opposition leader Rajoy in Madrid 
Spain's former Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (2nd L) shakes hands with Spain's opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd R) in front of his wife Ana Botella (L) and former Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez (R) and his wife Carmen Romero during a state funeral for former Spain's Prime Minister Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo in Madrid's Almudena Cathedral May 8, 2008. Calvo Sotelo, whose appointment ceremony in 1981 was interrupted by a coup attempt, died on Saturday at the age of 82. REUTERS/Ballesteros/Pool (SPAIN) 
SPAIN-PRIMEMINISTER/
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May 08, 2008 
Spain's former Prime Ministers Jose Maria Aznar (L) and Felipe Gonzalez shake hands during a state funeral... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's former Prime Ministers Aznar and Gonzalez shake hands during state funeral in Madrid 
Spain's former Prime Ministers Jose Maria Aznar (L) and Felipe Gonzalez shake hands during a state funeral for former Spain's Prime Minister Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo in Madrid's Almudena Cathedral May 8, 2008. Calvo Sotelo, whose appointment ceremony in 1981 was interrupted by a coup attempt, died on Saturday at the age of 82. REUTERS/Ballesteros/Pool (SPAIN) 
SPORT-SOCCER/SPAIN
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October 07, 2007 
Real Madrid's Raul Gonzalez (L) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during their... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Raul Gonzalez and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during their... 
Real Madrid's Raul Gonzalez (L) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during their Spanish first division soccer match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid October 7, 2007. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (Spain) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
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October 07, 2007 
Real Madrid's Wesley Sneijder (R) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Sneijder and Recreativo Huelva's Calvo fight for the ball during their Spanish First Division... 
Real Madrid's Wesley Sneijder (R) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during their Spanish First Division soccer match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid October 7, 2007. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
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October 07, 2007 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva (R) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva (R) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball... 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva (R) and Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo fight for the ball during their Spanish First Division soccer match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid October 7, 2007. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SPAIN) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
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October 06, 2007 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva (R) is tackled by Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo during their... 
Madrid, Spain 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva is tackled by Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo during their... 
Real Madrid's Marcelo Vieira da Silva (R) is tackled by Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo during their Spanish first division soccer match at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid October 7, 2007. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (Spain) 
SOCCER-SPAIN/
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September 22, 2007 
Espanyol's Albert Riera Ortega (L) tries to score past Recreativo Huelva's Estefano Sorrentino (R), in... 
Huelva, Spain 
Espanyol's Riera Garcia tries to score past Recreativo Huelva's Sorrentino during their Spanish First... 
Espanyol's Albert Riera Ortega (L) tries to score past Recreativo Huelva's Estefano Sorrentino (R), in front of Recreativo Huelva's Jose Maria Calvo Pampa (2nd R) and Quique Alvarez, during their Spanish First Division soccer match at Nuevo Colombino stadium in Huelva September 22, 2007. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN) 
SPORT SOCCER
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September 13, 2006 
Boca Juniors' Andres Franzoia, Jose Maria Calvo and Guillermo Schelotto arrive at Sao Paulo International... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Boca Juniors team arrives at Sao Paulo International Airport 
Boca Juniors' Andres Franzoia, Jose Maria Calvo and Guillermo Schelotto arrive at Sao Paulo International Airport, September 13, 2006. Boca Juniors will play against Brazil's Sao Paulo in the final match of the Recopa Championship on September 14. REUTERS/Caetano Barreira (BRAZIL) 
SPORT SOCCER
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September 08, 2006 
Thiago (R) of Brazil's Sao Paulo FC controls the ball ahead of Jose Maria Calvo of Argentina's Boca Juniors... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Thiago of Brazil's Sao Paulo FC controls ball ahead of Boca Juniors' Calvo ball during their first leg... 
Thiago (R) of Brazil's Sao Paulo FC controls the ball ahead of Jose Maria Calvo of Argentina's Boca Juniors during their first leg match of the South American Recopa final at La Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires September 7, 2006. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA) 
SPORT SOCCER
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December 14, 2005 
Sebastian Battaglia (C) of the Boca Juniors soccer team and his team mates, (front L-R) Jose Maria Calvo,... 
Bahia Blanca, Argentina 
Sebastian Battaglia of the Boca Juniors soccer team and teammates celebrate title in Argentina 
Sebastian Battaglia (C) of the Boca Juniors soccer team and his team mates, (front L-R) Jose Maria Calvo, Rodrigo Palacio, Nery Cardoso (back), Roberto Abbondazieri and Hugo Ibarra, celebrate at the end of their final match against Olimpo to win the title of the Argentine National A First Division Tournament, in Bahia Blanca, 650 km (404 miles) southwestern Buenos Aires, December 14, 2005. Boca Juniors beat Olimpo 2-1 and reached the 22nd crown in the Argentine Championship. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
SPORT SOCCER
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September 20, 2005 
Boca Juniors' Krupoviesa (L) and Jose Maria Calvo (R) arrive at Silvio Petirossi airport in Asuncion,... 
Asuncion, Paraguay 
Boca Juniors' Krupoviesa and Calvo arrive at Silvio Petirossi airport in Asuncion. 
Boca Juniors' Krupoviesa (L) and Jose Maria Calvo (R) arrive at Silvio Petirossi airport in Asuncion, Paraguay September 20, 2005. Boca Juniors will play Paraguayan soccer club Cerro Porteno in the second round of the Copa Sudamericana on Wednesday. REUTERS/Rene Gonzalez R.G/NL 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRVRIB 
June 02, 2005 
Calvo of Argentine club Boca Juniors battles for the ball with Mexican Chivas' Palencia during soccer... 
Guadalajara City, Mexico 
Calvo of Argentine club Boca Juniors battles for the ball with Mexican Chivas' Palencia during ... 
Calvo of Argentine club Boca Juniors battles for the ball with Mexican Chivas' Palencia during soccer match in Guadalajara. Jose Maria Calvo of Argentine club Boca Juniors (R) battles for the ball with Mexican Chivas' Francisco Palencia during the first half of their Libertadores Cup soccer match at the Jalisco stadium in Guadalajara City, Mexico June 2, 2005. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
EM
RTRTTW2 
April 24, 2005 
Boca Juniors Calvo vies for the ball with Villarreal of Colon de Santa Fe in Argentine division soccer... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Boca Juniors Calvo vies for the ball with Villarreal of Colon de Santa Fe in Argentine division ... 
Boca Juniors Calvo vies for the ball with Villarreal of Colon de Santa Fe in Argentine division soccer match. Boca Juniors' Jose Maria Calvo (L) vies for the ball Javier Villarreal of Colon de Santa Fe while Calvo's team mate Diego Cagna (R) looks on, during their Argentine First Division soccer match at Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires, April 24, 2005. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRRTSQ 
June 10, 2004 
Jose Maria Calvo, of Boca Juniors, jumps over River Plate's Rubens Sambueza (R), during the first leg... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
BOCA JUNIORS CALVO AND RIVER PLATE SAMBUEZ BATTLE IN SEMIFINAL LIBERTADORES CUP. 
Jose Maria Calvo, of Boca Juniors, jumps over River Plate's Rubens Sambueza (R), during the first leg of their semifinal Libertadores Cup match at the Boca's Bombonera stadium, in Buenos Aires, June 10, 2004. Boca Juniors won 1-0. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRRTO2 
June 10, 2004 
Boca Juniors' Jose Maria Calvo (L) and River Plate's Ricardo Rojas battle for possession of the ball... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
BOCA JUNIORS CALVO AND RIVER PLATE S ROJAS BATTLE IN SEMIFINAL LIBERTADORES CUP. 
Boca Juniors' Jose Maria Calvo (L) and River Plate's Ricardo Rojas battle for possession of the ball during the first leg of their semifinal Libertadores Cup match in Boca's Bombonera stadium, in Buenos Aires, June 10, 2004. Boca Juniors and River Plate, both Argentine teams hold one of the most intensive soccer rivalries in the world. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci EM 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRRTMU 
June 10, 2004 
Boca Juniors' Jose Maria Calvo (L) and River Plate's Ariel Garce jump to head the ball during the first... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
BOCA JUNIORS CANEO AND RIVER PLATE S GARCE JUMP TO HEAD THE BALL IN SEMIFINAL LIBERTADORES CUP. 
Boca Juniors' Jose Maria Calvo (L) and River Plate's Ariel Garce jump to head the ball during the first half of their first leg semifinal Libertadores Cup match in Boca's Bombonera stadium, in Buenos Aires, June 10, 2004. Boca Juniors and River Plate, both Argentine teams hold one of the most intensive soccer rivalries in the world. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci EM 
SPAIN CABINET
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April 19, 2004 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (C, front row) poses along with his new ministers... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
SPANISH PRIME MINISTER RODRIGUEZ ZAPATERO AND NEW MINISTERS POSE FOR FAMILY PHOTO IN MONCLOA PALACE. 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (C, front row) poses along with his new ministers on the steps of the Moncloa Palace before their first cabinet meeting April 19, 2004. (L-R, low row) Defence Minister Jose Bono, Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, Education and Science Maria Jesus Sansegundo, Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la vega, Rodriguez Zapatero, Economy Minister Pedro Solbes, Development Minister Magdalena Alvarez, Agricultire and Fisheries Elena Espinosa and Justice Minister Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, (L-R, top row) Environment Minister Cristina Narbona, Public Administration Jordi Sevilla, Culture Minister Carmen Calvo, Interior Jose Antonio Alonso, Labour Minister Jesus Caldera, Health and Consumer Affairs Elena Salgado, Industry Minister Jose Montilla and Housing Minister Maria Antonia Trujillo. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/JV 
SPAIN CABINET
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April 19, 2004 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (C, lower row) poses along with his new ministers... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
SPANISH PM RODRIGUEZ ZAPATERO AND NEW MINISTERS POSE FOR FAMILY PHOTO IN MONCLOA PALACE. 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (C, lower row) poses along with his new ministers on the steps of the Moncloa Palace in Madrid before their first cabinet meeting April 19, 2004. (L-R, lower row) Defence Minister Jose Bono, Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, Education and Science Maria Jesus Sansegundo, Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la vega, Rodriguez Zapatero, Economy Minister Pedro Solbes, Development Minister Magdalena Alvarez, Agricultire and Fisheries Elena Espinosa and Justice Minister Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, (L-R, upper row) Environment Minister Cristina Narbona, Public Administration Jordi Sevilla, Culture Minister Carmen Calvo, Interior Jose Antonio Alonso, Labour Minister Jesus Caldera, Health and Consumer Affairs Elena Salgado, Industry Minister Jose Montilla and Housing Minister Maria Antonia Trujillo. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP 
ROYALS
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April 18, 2004 
The new Spanish cabinet pose for a family photo after a swearing-in ceremony at Zarzuela Palace April... 
Madrid, Spain 
The new Spanish cabinet pose for a family photo after a swearing-in ceremony at Zarzuela Palace Apri..... 
The new Spanish cabinet pose for a family photo after a swearing-in ceremony at Zarzuela Palace April 18, 2004. (L-R, low row) Defence Minister Jose Bono, Foreing Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, Development Minister Magdelan Alvarez, Economy Minister Pedro Solbes, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, Deputy prime minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, Culture Minister Carmen Calvo, Health and Consumer Affairs Minister Elena Salgado and Agriculture Minister Elena Espinosa. (L-R, up row) Labour and Social Affairs Minister Jesus Caldera, Justicia Minister Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, Education and Science Minister Maria Jose Sansegundo, Industry,Tourism and Trade Minister Jose Montilla, Housing Minister Antonia Trujillo, Environment Minister Cristina Narbona, Public Administration Jordi Sevilla and Interior Minister Jose Antonio Alonso. 
SPAIN
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April 18, 2004 
The new Spanish cabinet pose for a family photo after a swearing-in ceremony at Zarzuela Palace April... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
NEW SPANISH CABINET POSE FOR A FAMILY PHOTO AT ZARZUELA PALACE. 
The new Spanish cabinet pose for a family photo after a swearing-in ceremony at Zarzuela Palace April 18, 2004. (L-R, low row) Defence Minister Jose Bono, Foreing Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, Development Minister Magdelan Alvarez, Economy Minister Pedro Solbes, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, Deputy prime minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, Culture Minister Carmen Calvo, Health and Consumer Affairs Minister Elena Salgado and Agriculture Minister Elena Espinosa. (L-R, up row) Labour and Social Affairs Minister Jesus Caldera, Justicia Minister Juan Fernando Lopez Aguilar, Education and Science Minister Maria Jose Sansegundo, Industry,Tourism and Trade Minister Jose Montilla, Housing Minister Antonia Trujillo, Environment Minister Cristina Narbona, Public Administration Jordi Sevilla and Interior Minister Jose Antonio Alonso.REUTERS/Sergio Perez SP/WS 
SPAIN
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April 02, 2004 
Spanish new incoming ministers (L-R) Environment Cristina Narbona, first deputy prime minister Maria... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
SPANISH INCOMING MINISTERS NARBONADE LA VEGA AND CALVO TALK AT PARLIAMENT IN MADRID. 
Spanish new incoming ministers (L-R) Environment Cristina Narbona, first deputy prime minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vage and Culture Carmen Calvo talk during the first parliamentary session following Spain's general elections April 2, 2004. Socialist leader Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is expected to be named Prime Minister next April 16 after the two-day investiture debate. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SV/GB 
RTRMSHY 
July 26, 2003 
Jose Maria Calvo of Argentine side C.A. Boca Juniors (R) tries to get
past Liam Miller of the Glasgow... 
Cleveland 
BOCA JUNIORS VS CELTIC OF SCOTLAND SOCCER FRIENDLY MATCH IN CLEVELAND. 
Jose Maria Calvo of Argentine side C.A. Boca Juniors (R) tries to get
past Liam Miller of the Glasgow Celtic F.C. from Scotland, in the
second half of their friendly match at Cleveland Browns Stadium, July
25, 2003. Celtic won the match 1-0. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk

AJ/GN 
SPORT SOCCER
RTRMS2K 
July 25, 2003 
Celtic of Scotland midfielder Sylia (L) and Jose Maria Calvo of
Argentine side Boca Juniors go after... 
Cleveland, United States of America 
CELTIC OF SCOTLAND VS ARGENTINE SIDE BOCA JUNIORS FRIENDLY SOCCER
MATCH. 
Celtic of Scotland midfielder Sylia (L) and Jose Maria Calvo of
Argentine side Boca Juniors go after the ball during second half action
in their exhibition game at Cleveland Browns Stadium, July 25, 2003.
Celtic of Scotland won the match, 1-0. REUTERS/Ron Kuntz

RK 
RTRMS2G 
July 25, 2003 
Chris Sutton of the Glasgow Celtic F.C. (R) avoids a tackle from Jose
Maria Calvo of Argentine side... 
Cleveland 
ARGENTINE SIDE BOCA JUNIORS VS CELTIC OF SCOTLAND SOCCER FRIENDLY IN
CLEVELAND. 
Chris Sutton of the Glasgow Celtic F.C. (R) avoids a tackle from Jose
Maria Calvo of Argentine side C.A. Boca Juniors, in the second half of
action at Cleveland Browns Stadium, July 25, 2003. Celtic won the game
1-0. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk

AJ/GN 
SPAIN
RTROPZJ 
October 27, 2001 
(L-R, front row) Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Spanish King
Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, former... 
Madrid, Spain 
SPANISH ROYALS, AZNAR, GORBACHEV AND FORMER PREMIERS SMILE DURING A
FAMILY PHOTO IN MADRID. 
(L-R, front row) Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Spanish King
Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, (top
row 2L-R) ) former Spanish Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Adolfo
Suarez and Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo smile as they pose for photographers
during a family photo in Madrid October 27, 2001. Spanish and
international leaders and former leaders were in Madrid to attend an
international Conference on Democratic Transition and Consolidation.
REUTERS/Sergio Perez

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SPORT SOCCER
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September 19, 2001 
Jose Maria Calvo of Argentina's Boca Juniors (R) fights for the ball
with Patricio Hormazabal of Chilean... 
Santiago, Chile - Republic of 
CALVO OF BOCA JUNIORS FIGHTS FOR THE BALL HORMAZABAL OF UNIVERSIDAD
CATOLICA. 
Jose Maria Calvo of Argentina's Boca Juniors (R) fights for the ball
with Patricio Hormazabal of Chilean team Universidad Catolica during
their first round match of the Mercosur Cup in Santiago, September 19,
2001. REUTERS/Martin Thomas

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COSTARICA
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July 08, 2001 
Costa Rican journalists applaud as they listen to the last recording of
the radio program " La Patada"... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
COSTA RICAN JOURNALISTS APPLAUD DURING LAST PROGRAM OF SLAIN JOURNALIST
MEDINA. 
Costa Rican journalists applaud as they listen to the last recording of
the radio program " La Patada" (The Kick) from slain Colombian
journalist Parmenio Medina in San Jose, July 8, 2001. Medina was a
resident in Costa Rica from 1970, denouncing in his programs the Priest
Maynor Calvo of the Catholic station Radio Maria of Guadalupe.

JCU/SV 
COSTA RICA CRIME
RTRKI6W 
July 08, 2001 
Costa Rican journalists and friends look the coffin July 8, 2001
containing the body of Colombian journalist... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
COSTA RICAN JOURNALISTS AND FRIENDS LOOK THE COFFIN CONTAINING THE BODY
OF JOURNALIST PARMENIO MEDINA.... 
Costa Rican journalists and friends look the coffin July 8, 2001
containing the body of Colombian journalist Parmenio Medina, who was
murdered while returning to his home. Medina, who lived in Costa Rica
from 1970 and denounced programs by Priest Maynor Calvo of the Catholic
station Radio Maria of Guadalupe for questionable financial management.
This is the first occurance of a murdered journalist in the country.

JCU 
COSTARICA CRIME
RTRKI6Q 
July 08, 2001 
Costa Rican journalist Teresita Chavarria cries during the last
recording of the radio program "La Patada"... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
COSTA RICAN JOURNALIST TERESITA BORGE CRIES DURING THE LAST PROGRAM OF
SLAIN JOURNALIST MEDINA. 
Costa Rican journalist Teresita Chavarria cries during the last
recording of the radio program "La Patada" (The Kick) recorded by
Colombian journalist Parmenio Medina who was murdered while he returned
to his home, at Radio Monumental in San Jose, July 8, 2001. Medina, who
lived in Costa Rica from 1970 and denounced programs by Priest Maynor
Calvo of the Catholic station Radio Maria of Guadalupe for questionable
financial management, is the first murdered journalist in the country.

JCU/SV 
COSTA RICA CRIME
RTRKI6C 
July 08, 2001 
Costa Rican journalists march to protest the death July 8, 2001 of
Colombian journalist Parmenio Medina,... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
COSTA RICAN JOURNALISTS MARCH TO PROTEST DEATH OF MURDERED JOURNALIST
PARMENIO MEDINA. 
Costa Rican journalists march to protest the death July 8, 2001 of
Colombian journalist Parmenio Medina, who was murdered while returning
to his home. Medina, who lived in Costa Rica from 1970 and denounced
programs by Priest Maynor Calvo of the Catholic station Radio Maria of
Guadalupe for questionable financial management. This is the first
occurance of a murdered journalist in the country.

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COSTA RICA RELIGION
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May 30, 2001 
Costa Rican Priest Maynor Calvo cries during his last radio broadcast at Radio Maria of Guadalupe after... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
CHURCH CLOSES RELIGIOUS STATION IN COSTA RICA. 
Costa Rican Priest Maynor Calvo cries during his last radio broadcast at Radio Maria of Guadalupe after the closing of the station, in San Jose, May 30, 2001. The archbishop of Costa Rica ordered the firing of Calvo and the closing of the station after accusations of questionable financial management by Calvo, who founded the top-rated radio station two years ago.

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COSTA RICA RELIGION
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May 30, 2001 
Costa Rican Priest Maynor Calvo cries with catholic followers during his last radio broadcast at Radio... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
COSTA RICAN RELIGIOUS RADIO STATION CLOSED BY CHUCH. 
Costa Rican Priest Maynor Calvo cries with catholic followers during his last radio broadcast at Radio Maria of Guadalupe, after the closing of the station, in San Jose May 30, 2001. Costa Rican Archbishop Roman Arrieta ordered the firing of Calvo and the closing of the religious station after accusations of questionable financial management by Calvo, who founded the top-rated station two years ago.

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SPAIN ETA
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October 31, 2000 
Spanish political leaders march in front of the crowd in Madrid's Puerta del Sol to protest against terrorism... 
Madrid, Spain 
SPANISH POLITICAL LEADERS LEAD PROTEST AGAINST ETA IN MADRID. 
Spanish political leaders march in front of the crowd in Madrid's Puerta del Sol to protest against terrorism October 31, 2000. (L-R) Labour leaders Candido Mendez, Jose Maria Fidalgo, United Left new leader Gaspar Llamazares, Popular Party Secretary-general Javier Arenas, Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Socialist President Manuel Chaves, former Prime Ministers Adolfo Suarez and Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo led outraged Spaniards in mourning for three people killed in the bloodiest attack blamed on ETA since the Basque separatist group ended a truce last year.

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SPAIN
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January 23, 2000 
(L-R) Spain's former Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Adolfo Suarez, Socialist... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
(L-R) Spain's former Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Adolfo Suarez, Socialis..... 
(L-R) Spain's former Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Adolfo Suarez, Socialist secretary-general Joaquin Almunia, current Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and Popular Party secretary-general Javier Arenas lead a march in protest against ETA in downtown Madrid January 23. Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards packed the streets in a growing wave of public outrage after Spanish army Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Antonio Blanco Garcia was killed in a car bomb on Friday. Politicians carried a banner with the words "For Peace and Liberty, No to Terrorism." 
SPAIN ETA PROTEST
RTRJOP 
January 23, 2000 
(L-R) Spain's former Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Adolfo Suarez, Socialist... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
POLITICIANS LEAD PROTEST AGAINST LATEST ETA ATTACK IN MADRID. 
(L-R) Spain's former Prime Ministers Felipe Gonzalez, Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Adolfo Suarez, Socialist secretary-general Joaquin Almunia, current Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and Popular Party secretary-general Javier Arenas lead a march in protest against ETA in downtown Madrid January 23. Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards packed the streets in a growing wave of public outrage after Spanish army Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Antonio Blanco Garcia was killed in a car bomb on Friday. Politicians carried a banner with the words "For Peace and Liberty, No to Terrorism.

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June 13, 1999 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (L) smiles along with his predecessors Felipe Gonzalez (R) and... 
Spain 
SPAIN'S CURRENT AND PAST PRIME MINISTERS MEET 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (L) smiles along with his predecessors Felipe Gonzalez (R) and Adolfo Suarez before their lunch at Moncloa Palace, the official residence of the prime minister, on June 13. The four past and present prime ministers of Spain's young democracy dined together to mark the 20-year anniversary of the first general election ( Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo not pictured). Suarez was elected on June 15, 1977, after nearly 40 years of General Francisco Franco's dictatorship.
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SPAIN
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July 14, 1997 
Spain's current and past leaders carry a banner reading "Peace, Unity and Freedom" as they lead a demonstration... 
Spain's current and past leaders carry a banner reading "Peace, Unity and Freedom" as they lead a de..... 
Spain's current and past leaders carry a banner reading "Peace, Unity and Freedom" as they lead a demonstration through downtown Madrid on July 14 to mourn the death of a young politician, Miguel Angel Blanco Garrido, and condemn the Basque separatist guerrillas who killed him. Front row, from Left are: deputy Prime Minister Francisco Alvarez Cascos, Foreign Minister Abel Matutes, Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, former Prime Minister Adolfo Suarez, former Prime Minister Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Popular Party's Basque country president Carlos Iturgaiz, former Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez, and other prominent politicians. Demonstrators at right carry a banner reading: "Miguel (Angel Blanco): you have awakened a people in their quest for peace". More than two million people took to the streets across Spain to vent their fury and grief. 
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June 15, 1997 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (2ndL) talks to his predecessors Felipe Gonzalez (R), Adolfo... 
Spain 
SPAIN'S LAST FOUR PRIME MINISTERS MEET AT MONCLOA PALACE 
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar (2ndL) talks to his predecessors Felipe Gonzalez (R), Adolfo Suarez and Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo (L) before their lunch at Moncloa Palace, the official residence of the prime minister, on June 13. The four past and present prime ministers of Spain's young democracy dined together to mark the 20-year anniversary of the first general election. Suarez was elected on June 15, 1977, after nearly 40 years of General Francisco Franco's dictatorship.
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