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SOCCER-EUROPA-MUN-COP/REPORT
RTX7ORXG
August 10, 2020
Soccer Football - Europa League Quarter Final - Manchester United v FC Copenhagen - RheinEnergieStadion,...
Cologne, Germany
Europa League Quarter Final - Manchester United v FC Copenhagen
Soccer Football - Europa League Quarter Final - Manchester United v FC Copenhagen - RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany - August 10, 2020 Manchester United's Harry Maguire is shown a yellow card by referee Clement Turpin, as play resumes behind closed doors following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pool via Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS-DOR-FCB/REPORT
RTX73DLW
September 17, 2019
Soccer Football - Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona - Signal Iduna Park,...
Dortmund, Germany
Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona
Soccer Football - Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona - Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany - September 17, 2019 Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus in action Barcelona's Clement Lenglet REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS-DOR-FCB/REPORT
RTX73DLV
September 17, 2019
Soccer Football - Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona - Signal Iduna Park,...
Dortmund, Germany
Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona
Soccer Football - Champions League - Group F - Borussia Dortmund v FC Barcelona - Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany - September 17, 2019 Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus in action Barcelona's Clement Lenglet REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY/
RTXS7ON
April 27, 2010
Friedrich Merz (L), member of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and former German Economic and Labour...
Berlin, Germany
Merz and Clement sign autographs during book presentation in Berlin
Friedrich Merz (L), member of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and former German Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement sign autographs during a presentation of their book 'Was jetzt zu tun ist. Deutschland 2.0' (What To Do Now. Germany 2.0) in Berlin, April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTXS7OJ
April 27, 2010
Friedrich Merz (R), member of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and former German Economic and Labour...
Berlin, Germany
Merz and Clement sign autographs during book presentation in Berlin
Friedrich Merz (R), member of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and former German Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement sign autographs during a presentation of their book 'Was jetzt zu tun ist. Deutschland 2.0' (What To Do Now. Germany 2.0) in Berlin, April 27, 2010. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26W4O
August 19, 2009
Javier Culson of Puerto Rico, Kerron Clement of the U.S. and compatriot Bershawn Jackson (L-R) display...
Berlin, Germany
Culson of Puerto Rico Clement of the US and compatriot Jackson display their medals during the awards...
Javier Culson of Puerto Rico, Kerron Clement of the U.S. and compatriot Bershawn Jackson (L-R) display their medals during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles at the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin August 19, 2009. Clement won the gold, ahead of Culson who won silver and Jackson who won bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26W4K
August 19, 2009
Kerron Clement of the U.S. displays his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres...
Berlin, Germany
Clement of the U.S. displays his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles...
Kerron Clement of the U.S. displays his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles at the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin August 19, 2009. Kerron Clement of the U.S. won the gold, ahead of Javier Culson of Puerto Rico who won silver and Bershawn Jackson of the U.S.who won bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26W4F
August 19, 2009
Kerron Clement of the U.S. bites his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres...
Berlin, Germany
Clement of the U.S. bites his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles...
Kerron Clement of the U.S. bites his gold medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles at the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin August 19, 2009. Kerron Clement of the U.S. won the gold, ahead of Javier Culson of Puerto Rico who won silver and Bershawn Jackson of the U.S.who won bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26W4D
August 19, 2009
Javier Culson of Puerto Rico bites his silver medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres...
Berlin, Germany
Culson of Puerto Rico bites his silver medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles...
Javier Culson of Puerto Rico bites his silver medal during the awards ceremony for the men's 400 metres hurdles at the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin August 19, 2009. Kerron Clement of the U.S. won the gold, ahead of Culson who won silver and Bershawn Jackson of the U.S.who won bronze. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26UUC
August 18, 2009
Kerron Clement (R) of the U.S. and Felix Sanchez of Dominican Republic compete in the men's 400 meters...
Berlin, Germany
Clement of the U.S. and Sanchez of Dominican Republic compete in the men's 400 meters hurdles final during...
Kerron Clement (R) of the U.S. and Felix Sanchez of Dominican Republic compete in the men's 400 meters hurdles final during the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, August 18, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTR266A2
July 29, 2009
Clement Lim of Singapore rests in the pool after the men's 100m freestyle swimming heats at the World...
Rome, Italy
Clement Lim of Singapore rests in the pool after the men's 100m freestyle swimming heats at the World...
Clement Lim of Singapore rests in the pool after the men's 100m freestyle swimming heats at the World Championships in Rome July 29, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (ITALY SPORT SWIMMING)
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/
RTR2181I
August 16, 2008
Kerron Clement of the U.S. clears a hurdle during their men's 400m hurdles semi-final of the athletics...
Beijing, China
Clement of the U.S. clears a hurdle during their men's 400m hurdles semi-final of the athletics competition...
Kerron Clement of the U.S. clears a hurdle during their men's 400m hurdles semi-final of the athletics competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the National Stadium, August 16, 2008. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CHINA)
GERMANY/
RTR20PT0
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister rides his bicycle after a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, rides his bicycle after a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR20PSY
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister rides his bicycle after a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, rides his bicycle after a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PSJ
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister speaks to journalists after a news conference in Bonn...
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, speaks to journalists after a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PSB
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PS9
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, takes off his glasses as he addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PS2
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRR
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRF
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRE
August 07, 2008
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement,...
Bonn, Germany
Clement former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
German Social Democratic Party (SPD) member and former Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRC
August 07, 2008
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August...
Bonn, Germany
Clement, former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRB
August 07, 2008
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August...
Bonn, Germany
Clement, former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-SPD/
RTR20PRA
August 07, 2008
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August...
Bonn, Germany
Clement, former German economy and labour minister addresses a news conference in Bonn
Wolfgang Clement, former German economy and labour minister, addresses a news conference in Bonn August 7, 2008. A move to throw Wolfgang Clement, a heavyweight centrist figure, out of Germany's SPD is deepening divisions within the party and risks turning away moderate voters ahead of next year's general election. A regional branch of the SPD told the former economy minister, he would be stripped of his party membership after he indirectly called on voters not to elect a party colleague in a state election earlier this year. Clement defended his remarks, saying he would speak out again if he thought SPD policy was going the wrong way. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTR1UBWK
September 27, 2007
Dutch cyclist Stef Clement prepares at the start before winning the bronze medal in the men's elite time...
Stuttgart, Germany
Dutch cyclist Clement prepares at the start before winning the bronze medal in the men's elite time trial...
Dutch cyclist Stef Clement prepares at the start before winning the bronze medal in the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Stuttgart September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTR1UBWI
September 27, 2007
Stef Clement of the Netherlands cycles to win the bronze medal in the men's elite time trial race at...
Stuttgart, Germany
Clement of the Netherlands cycles to win bronze medal in the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road...
Stef Clement of the Netherlands cycles to win the bronze medal in the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Stuttgart September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTR1UBTJ
September 27, 2007
Dutch cyclist Stef Clement bites at his bronze medal during the medal ceremony of the men's elite time...
Stuttgart, Germany
Dutch cyclist Clement bites on his bronze medal during the medal ceremony of the men's elite time trial...
Dutch cyclist Stef Clement bites at his bronze medal during the medal ceremony of the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Stuttgart September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTR1UBSJ
September 27, 2007
Gold medallist Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Laszlo Bodrogi (L) of...
Stuttgart, Germany
Gold medallist Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Bodrogi of Hungary and bronze...
Gold medallist Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Laszlo Bodrogi (L) of Hungary and bronze medallist Stef Clement (R) of the Netherlands during the award ceremony of the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Stuttgart September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
CYCLING-WORLD/
RTR1UBSE
September 27, 2007
Gold medallist Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Laszlo Bodrogi (L) of...
Stuttgart, Germany
Gold medallist Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Bodrogi of Hungary and bronze...
Gold medallist Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland is flanked by silver medallist Laszlo Bodrogi (L) of Hungary and bronze medallist Stef Clement (R) of the Netherlands during the award ceremony of the men's elite time trial race at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Stuttgart September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTXO0X4
November 23, 2005
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Economy and Technology following the...
Berlin, Germany
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Economy and Technology following th.....
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Economy and Technology following the inauguration of its new head [Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union party (CSU)] in Berlin November 23, 2005. [Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) handed over his duties to his successor Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Angela Merkel as Germany's first female chancellor on November 22.]
GERMANY
RTR1BJ5X
November 23, 2005
German Economy state secretaries (L-R) Dagmar Woehrl, Hartmut Schauerte and Peter Hintze listen to the...
Berlin, Germany
German Economy state secretaries Woehrl, Schauerte and Hintze look on in Berlin
German Economy state secretaries (L-R) Dagmar Woehrl, Hartmut Schauerte and Peter Hintze listen to the speech of outgoing German Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democrats (SPD) during the inauguration of his successor Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) in Berlin November 23, 2005. Clement handed over his duties to Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Germany's grand coalition government headed by the country's first female chancellor Angela Merkel on November 22. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY
RTR1BIYN
November 23, 2005
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democrats (SPD) gestures during the...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economic Minister Clement gestures in Berlin
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democrats (SPD) gestures during the inauguration of his successor Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) in Berlin November 23, 2005. Clement handed over his duties to Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Angela Merkel as Germany's first female chancellor on November 22. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY
RTR1BIYK
November 23, 2005
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement (R) of the Social Democrats (SPD) and his successor...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economic Minister Clement poses with successor Glos in Berlin
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement (R) of the Social Democrats (SPD) and his successor Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) pose in front of the logo of the revised ministry in Berlin November 23, 2005. Clement handed over his duties to Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Angela Merkel as Germany's first female chancellor on November 22. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY
RTR1BIYA
November 23, 2005
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement (R) of the Social Democrats (SPD) and his successor...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economic Minister Clement poses with successor Glos in Berlin
Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement (R) of the Social Democrats (SPD) and his successor Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union party (CSU) pose in front of the logo of the revised ministry in Berlin November 23, 2005. Clement handed over his duties to Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Angela Merkel as Germany's first female chancellor on November 22. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY
RTR1BIPC
November 23, 2005
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Economy and Technology following the...
Berlin, Germany
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Econoyc and Technology in Berlin
A worker carries a sign of the newly revised German Ministry for Economy and Technology following the inauguration of its new head Michael Glos of Bavaria's Christian Social Union party (CSU) in Berlin November 23, 2005. Outgoing German Economic Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) handed over his duties to his successor Glos on Wednesday following the inauguration of Angela Merkel as Germany's first female chancellor on November 22. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY
RTR1AQXT
November 10, 2005
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) talks to Germany's outgoing Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during...
Berlin, Germany
Chinese President Hu talks to Germany's outgoing Economy Minister Clement in Berlin
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) talks to Germany's outgoing Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a dinner of the Asian-Pacific Committee of the German Business in Berlin November 10, 2005. Hu is on an official four-day visit to Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1ANS9
November 09, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (front) leads a group of economic advisors...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (front) leads a group of economic advisors to a news conference at the federal Chancellery in Berlin November 9, 2005. Clement is follwed by (R-L): Wolfgang Wiegard, Bert Ruerup, German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, Wolfgang Franz, German Health Minister Ulla Schmidt and Beatrice Weder di Mauro. Clement received the 2005/2006 survey for Germany's economy that was published by the German government's council of independent advisors on Wednesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1AMLY
November 09, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement arrives for a news conference at the federal...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement arrives for a news conference at the federal Chancellery in Berlin November 9, 2005. Clement received the 2005/2006 survey for Germany's economy that was published by the government's council of independent advisors on Wednesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR19XDY
November 02, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November 2, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR19W8V
November 02, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November 2, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR19VLR
November 02, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin November 2, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTXNW8K
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a ca.....
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over the suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Back row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education).
GERMANY
RTR19N3W
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler poses with German Chancellor Schroeder and member of his cabinet at presidential...
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (First row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Second row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19N3Q
October 18, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder ( 2nd L) and his cabinet ministers (L-R) Joschka Fischer (foreign),...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder and his cabinet listens to the speech of German President Koehler in Berlin...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder ( 2nd L) and his cabinet ministers (L-R) Joschka Fischer (foreign), Otto Schily (interior), Brigitte Zypries (justice), Hans Eichel (finance), Wolfgang Clement (labour and economy), Renate Schmidt (family), Peter Struck (defence), Ulla Schmidt (health), Edelgard Bulmahn (education), Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (overseas development), Manfred Stolpe (transport and construction) and Juergen Trittin (environment) and Manfred Stolpe listen to the speech of German President Horst Koehler (L) before receiving their suspension certificates in at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19N3K
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler salutes German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during a family photo session...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler salutes German Chancellor Schroeder during a cabinet family picture session...
German President Horst Koehler salutes German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during a family photo session with outgoing Social Democratic Party (SPD) and Green Party cabinet members after presenting them with suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). (Back row L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health) Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Juergen Trittin (Environment), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction) and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTR19N1V
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler and German Chancellor Schroeder pose for a cabinet family photo session after...
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over the suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Back row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
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October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (front) directs German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Foreign Minister...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler directs German Chancellor Schroeder and ministers for a group picture in Berlin...
German President Horst Koehler (front) directs German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, Interior Minister Otto Schilly, Finance Minister Hans Eichel and Minister for Labour and Economy Wolfgang Clement for a group picture after presenting them with their suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
CLEMENT
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October 12, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin October...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin O.....
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin October 12, 2005. [Clement said on Tuesday that Guenther Beckstein of the Christian Social Union (CSU) would take this job in a new German government but CSU officials say no such decision has been made.]
GERMANY
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October 12, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (L) addresses the media in Berlin October...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing Economy and Labour Minister Clement addresses the media in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (L) addresses the media in Berlin October 12, 2005. Clement said on Tuesday that Guenther Beckstein of the Christian Social Union (CSU) would take this job in a new German government but CSU officials say no such decision has been made. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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October 12, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin October...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing Economy and Labour Minister Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement addresses a news conference in Berlin October 12, 2005. Clement said on Tuesday that Guenther Beckstein of the Christian Social Union (CSU) would take this job in a new German government but CSU officials say no such decision has been made. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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October 12, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement looks up during a news conference in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing Economy and Labour Minister Clement looks up during a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement looks up during a news conference in Berlin October 12, 2005. Clement said on Tuesday that Guenther Beckstein of the Christian Social Union (CSU) would take this job in a new German government but CSU officials say no such decision has been made. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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October 12, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (C) leaves a news conference in Berlin October...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing Economy and Labour Minister Clement leave4 a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (C) leaves a news conference in Berlin October 12, 2005. Clement said on Tuesday that Guenther Beckstein of the Christian Social Union (CSU) would take this job in a new German government but CSU officials say no such decision has been made. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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October 10, 2005
Bavarian state premier Edmund Stoiber looks at his papers before a party board meeting of Bavaria's Christian...
Munich, Germany
Bavarian state premier Stoiber looks at his papers before a CSU party board meeting in Munich
Bavarian state premier Edmund Stoiber looks at his papers before a party board meeting of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) in Munich October 10, 2005. Conservative leader Angela Merkel will become Germany's first woman chancellor under a deal with Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats (SPD) to break a post-election deadlock. Current Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement said CSU chief Stoiber would replace him in the post, leaving Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) with very few major ministries. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
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October 10, 2005
Bavarian state premier Edmund Stoiber arrives for a party board meeting of Bavaria's Christian Social...
Munich, Germany
Bavarian state premier Stoiber arrives for a CSU party board meeting in Munich
Bavarian state premier Edmund Stoiber arrives for a party board meeting of Bavaria's Christian Social Union (CSU) in Munich October 10, 2005. Conservative leader Angela Merkel will become Germany's first woman chancellor under a deal with Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats (SPD) to break a post-election deadlock. Current Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement said CSU chief Stoiber would replace him in the post, leaving Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) with very few major ministries. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
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September 28, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) chats with Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a meeting...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder chats with Economy Minister Clement during a meeting of the German lower...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) chats with Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a meeting of the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin September 28, 2005. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder expressed confidence on Tuesday that his party would forge a power-sharing agreement with Merkel's conservatives and end the country's damaging political deadlock. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski
GERMANY
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September 28, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder checks his watch as he walks past Economics and Labour Minister Wolfgang...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder walks past Economic and Labour Minister Clement and Finance Minister Eichel...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder checks his watch as he walks past Economics and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement and Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L-R) during a debate at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin September 28, 2005. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder expressed confidence on Tuesday that his party would forge a power-sharing agreement with Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and end the country's damaging political deadlock. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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September 28, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) chats with Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a meeting...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder chats with Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a meeting of...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) chats with Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement during a meeting of the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin September 28, 2005. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder expressed confidence on Tuesday that his party would forge a power-sharing agreement with Merkel's conservatives and end the country's damaging political deadlock. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY ELECTION
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September 21, 2005
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister Eichel...
Berlin, Germany
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister ...
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister Eichel arrive to the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin. German Minister for Economic and Labour Wolfgang Clement, Defence Minister Peter Struck and Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L-R) arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin September 21, 2005,, the first after the general elections. A senior member of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats (SPD) said on Tuesday a coalition of opposition conservatives and SPD might be possible without the man who has led Germany for the past seven years. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
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September 05, 2005
Students take part in mock funeral to protest against the unpopular new labour and welfare reforms in...
Berlin, Germany
Students take part in mock funeral to protest against the unpopular new labour and welfare reforms ......
Students take part in mock funeral to protest against the unpopular new labour and welfare reforms in Berlin. Students take part in a mock funeral to protest against the unpopular new labour and welfare reforms, the so-called Hartz IV reforms, of the German government in Berlin September 5, 2005. Nationwide demonstrations started on Monday to protest against the labour and welfare reforms. In backbround is a picture of Germanys Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ELECTION
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August 25, 2005
Stoiber, Merkel, Brender, Clement, Westerwelle and Fischer pose for photographers after a political TV...
Berlin, Germany
Stoiber, Merkel, Brender, Clement, Westerwelle and Fischer pose for photographers after a political ......
Stoiber, Merkel, Brender, Clement, Westerwelle and Fischer pose for photographers after a political TV chat show in Berlin. Edmund Stoiber (L-R), leader of the Christian Social Union Party (CSU), Angela Merkel, leader of Germany's oppositional Christian Democratic Union (CDU), TV presenter Nikolaus Brender, Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the German Free Democratic Party (FDP), Economic and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement of the Social Democrats (SPD) and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer of the Green Party pose for photographer after a political TV chat show in Berlin August 25, 2005. German elections will be held on Sept. 18, one year ahead of schedule, after the country's highest court ruled the early vote engineered by Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder was legal. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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