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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4Q8Z3
February 19, 2015
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of restoration and refurbishment,.on Trafalgar Square in London, February 19, 2015. Canada House is the official home to the Canadian High Commission in the United Kingdom. The building was first opened in 1925 by King George V. REUTERS/Pool/Kirsty Wigglesworth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4Q8YL
February 19, 2015
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip attend the reopening of Canada House following its extensive...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip attend the reopening of Canada House following its extensive...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip attend the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of restoration and refurbishment,.on Trafalgar Square in London, February 19, 2015. Canada House is the official home to the Canadian High Commission in the United Kingdom. The building was first opened in 1925 by King George V. REUTERS/Pool/Kirsty Wigglesworth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4Q8XY
February 19, 2015
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth attends the reopening of Canada House following its extensive programme of restoration and refurbishment,.on Trafalgar Square in London, February 19, 2015. Canada House is the official home to the Canadian High Commission in the United Kingdom. The building was first opened in 1925 by King George V. REUTERS/Pool/Kirsty Wigglesworth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4Q8WY
February 19, 2015
Britain's Queen Elizabeth looks at the view out of a window, during a visit to reopen Canada House following...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth looks at the view out of a window, during a visit to reopen Canada House following...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth looks at the view out of a window, during a visit to reopen Canada House following its extensive programme of restoration and refurbishment,.on Trafalgar Square in London, February 19, 2015. Canada House is the official home to the Canadian High Commission in the United Kingdom. The building was first opened in 1925 by King George V. REUTERS/Pool/Kirsty Wigglesworth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTR4Q8WG
February 19, 2015
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is saluted as she leaves after a visit to reopen Canada House following its...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is saluted as she leaves after a visit to reopen Canada House following its...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is saluted as she leaves after a visit to reopen Canada House following its extensive programme of restoration and refurbishment,.on Trafalgar Square in London, February 19, 2015. Canada House is the official home to the Canadian High Commission in the United Kingdom. The building was first opened in 1925 by King George V. REUTERS/Pool/Kirsty Wigglesworth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR333QS
June 04, 2012
Gordon Campbell, Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's...
London, United Kingdom
Canadian High Commissioner to Britain lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee...
Gordon Campbell, Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee at the Canadian High Commission in London June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN/
RTR333QM
June 04, 2012
Gordon Campbell, Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's...
London, United Kingdom
Canadian High Commissioner to Britain lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee...
Gordon Campbell, Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, lights a ceremonial beacon to mark Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee at the Canadian High Commission in London June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN/
RTR333QE
June 04, 2012
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian...
London, United Kingdom
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian...
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian High Commission, in front of the London Eye June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
BRITAIN/
RTR333QD
June 04, 2012
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian...
London, United Kingdom
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian...
A ceremonial beacon lit to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen at the Canadian High Commission, in front of the London Eye June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
AUSTRALIA
RTRPECN
September 26, 2005
Aerial view of the British (lower left), New Zealand (C) and Canadian (Top) High Commissions in Canberra...
Canberra, Australia
Aerial view of the British, New Zealand and Canadian High Commissions in Canberra
Aerial view of the British (lower left), New Zealand (C) and Canadian (Top) High Commissions in Canberra September 26, 2005. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
BRITAIN CHURCHILL
RTR5EJL
March 18, 2005
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
London, UK
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster Hall in London. A sculpture entitled Song, by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux, commissioned to honour British wartime leader and former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is displayed in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament in London, March 18, 2005. The 2.1-metre high timber tower has been lambasted by his grandson as "absurd, silly and undignified", a newspaper reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN CHURCHILL
RTR5EJF
March 18, 2005
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
London, UK
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
Sculpture by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster Hall in London. A sculpture entitled Song, by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux, commissioned to honour British wartime leader and former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is displayed in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament in London, March 18, 2005. The 2.1-metre high timber tower has been lambasted by his grandson as "absurd, silly and undignified", a newspaper reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN CHURCHILL
RTR5EI0
March 18, 2005
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
London, UK
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster Hall in London. A sculpture entitled Song, by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux, commissioned to honour British wartime leader and former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is displayed in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament in London, March 18, 2005. The 2.1-metre high timber tower has been lambasted by his grandson as "absurd, silly and undignified", a newspaper reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN CHURCHILL
RTR5EHH
March 18, 2005
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
London, UK
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster Hall in London. A sculpture entitled Song, by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux, commissioned to honour British wartime leader and former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is displayed in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament in London, March 18, 2005. The 2.1-metre high timber tower has been lambasted by his grandson as "absurd, silly and undignified", a newspaper reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN CHURCHILL
RTR5EH1
March 18, 2005
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
London, UK
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster...
Scultpure by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux honouring Winston Churchill is displayed in Westminster Hall in London. A sculpture entitled Song, by Canadian artist Paul De Monchaux, commissioned to honour British wartime leader and former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is displayed in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament in London, March 18, 2005. The 2.1-metre high timber tower has been lambasted by his grandson as "absurd, silly and undignified", a newspaper reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BELGIUM FUNERAL
RTR10GA6
November 25, 2002
Spanish former IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch leaves a church
following the funeral ceremony of...
Brussels, Belgium
FORMER IOC PRESIDENT SAMARANCH ATTENDS FUNERAL OF BELGIAN PRINCE DE
MERODE IN BRUSSELS.
Spanish former IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch leaves a church
following the funeral ceremony of Belgian prince Alexandre de Merode in
Brussels November 25, 2002. De Merode, who ran the International
Olympic Committee (IOC)'s campaign against banned performance-enhancing
drugs since 1967, died on November 20 at the age of 68. After becoming
the head of the IOC's medical commission, the Belgian aristocrat was
involved in dealing with an array of high-profile positive drugs tests
including the case of Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson at the 1988 Seoul
Olympics. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

THR
BELGIUM FUNERALS
RTR10GA0
November 25, 2002
Undertakers carry the coffin of Belgian prince Alexandre de Merode out
of a church following his funeral...
Brussels, Belgium
UNDERTAKERS CARRY THE COFFIN OF BELGIAN PRINCE ALEXANDRE DE MERODE IN
BRUSSELS.
Undertakers carry the coffin of Belgian prince Alexandre de Merode out
of a church following his funeral ceremony in Brussels November 25,
2002. De Merode, who ran the International Olympic Committee (IOC)'s
campaign against banned performance-enhancing drugs since 1967, died on
November 20 aged 68 years. After becoming the head of the IOC's medical
commission, the Belgian aristocrat was involved in dealing with an
array of high-profile positive drugs tests including the case of
Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

THR/WS
MALAYSIA
RTR154BN
September 24, 2002
A Malaysian reads an application form for visa at the Canadian High
Commission in Kuala Lumpur September...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN READS AN APPLICATION FORM FOR VISA AT CANADIAN HIGH
COMMISSION IN KUALA LUMPUR.
A Malaysian reads an application form for visa at the Canadian High
Commission in Kuala Lumpur September 24, 2002. The Canadian government
on Monday said that for security reasons Malaysian visitors would now
need visas to enter the country, a decision which an angry Kuala Lumpur
said would only stoke "anti-Muslim hysteria." REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/DL
SOUTHASIA INDIA EMBASSY
RTR7HJO
July 11, 2002
An Indian guard at the Canadian High Commission checks the mail from a
postman in New Delhi July 11,...
New Delhi, Republic of India
A GUARD OF CANADIAN HIGH COMMISSION CHECKS THE MAIL IN NEW DELHI.
An Indian guard at the Canadian High Commission checks the mail from a
postman in New Delhi July 11, 2002. The Canadian High Commission in the
Indian capital, New Delhi, was evacuated on Thursday after a bomb
threat but no explosive was found, an official said. REUTERS/Kamal
Kishore

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SOUTHASIA INDIA EMBASSY
RTR7HJ7
July 11, 2002
An Indian guard stands at the entrance of the Canadian High Commission
when it was evacuated after a...
New Delhi, Republic of India
A GUARD STANDS AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE CANADIAN HIGH COMMISSION IN NEW
DELHI.
An Indian guard stands at the entrance of the Canadian High Commission
when it was evacuated after a bomb threat in New Delhi, July 11, 2002.
The Canadian High Commission in the Indian capital, New Delhi, was
evacuated on Thursday after a bomb threat but no explosive was found,
an official said. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/DL
INDIA
RTRA8D2
November 01, 2000
Activists of the All India Anti Terrorist Front (AIATF) flash victory signs outside the Canadian High-Commission...
New Delhi, Republic of India
ACTIVISTS OF THE ALL INDIA ANTI TERRORIST FRONT FLASH VICTORY SIGNS IN NEW DELHI.
Activists of the All India Anti Terrorist Front (AIATF) flash victory signs outside the Canadian High-Commission in New Delhi on November 1, 2000. The activists thanked the Canadian government for the arrest of three hardcore terrorists and prime suspects for the 1985 bombings of an Air India jet over the Atlantic and a related bombing at Tokyo's Narita airport more than 15 years after history's deadliest act of aviation sabotage with the killing of 329 people in the Air India bombing.

KK/PB
CANADA
RTR5UYL
July 01, 2000
Canadian actor Donald Sutherland hands out pieces of a birthday cake adorned with the country's maple...
London, UK
DONALD SUTHERLAND CUTS CANADIAN BIRTHDAY CAKE IN LONDON.
Canadian actor Donald Sutherland hands out pieces of a birthday cake adorned with the country's maple leaf flag at the Canadian High Commission in London July 1, or Canada Day. Sutherland is appearing in the British capital on stage at the Savoy theatre, playing the part of a Nobel prize-winning writer in "Enigmatic Variations".

CLH//ME
CANADA
RTR5UYE
July 01, 2000
Canadian actor Donald Sutherland hands out pieces of a birthday cake adorned with the country's maple...
London, UK
DONALD SUTHERLAND CUTS CANADIAN BIRTHDAY CAKE IN LONDON.
Canadian actor Donald Sutherland hands out pieces of a birthday cake adorned with the country's maple leaf flag at the Canadian High Commission in London July 1, or Canada Day. Sutherland is appearing in the British capital on stage at the Savoy theatre, playing the part of a Nobel prize-winning writer in "Enigmatic Variations".

CLH//ME
BRITAIN
RTRQIIN
July 15, 1999
U.S. Senator George Mitchell laughs as he poses for pictures before a lunch at the Canadian High Commison...
London, UK
U.S. SENATOR GEORGE MITCHELL LAUGHS PRIOR TO LUNCH AT CANADIAN HIGH COMMISSION IN LONDON.
U.S. Senator George Mitchell laughs as he poses for pictures before a lunch at the Canadian High Commison July 15. Mitchell received the Grand Knight of the Order of the British Empire from the Queen in recognition of his efforts to bring to a conclusion the Northern Ireland peace talks which led to the Good friday agreement.

RUS/AA
BRITAIN
RTRQIHF
July 15, 1999
Canadian, General John de Chastelian signs the visitors book as he arrives at the Canadian Embassy for...
London, UK
GENERAL JOHN DE CHASTELAIN SIGNS THE VISITORS BOOK AT THE CANADIAN HIGH COMMISSION.
Canadian, General John de Chastelian signs the visitors book as he arrives at the Canadian Embassy for a lunch in honour of his awards. De Chastelian along with U.S. Senator George Mitchell and former Prime Minister of Finland Harri Holkeri all received awards from the Queen in recognition of their work in bringing to a conclusion the Northern Ireland peace talks which led to the Good Friday Agreement.

RUS/PS
GERMANY SUMMIT
RTRQ574
June 19, 1999
Group of Eight leaders line up for a family picture with their wives ahead to a concert at the Cologne...
Cologne, Germany
G 8 LEADERS AND THEIR WIVES LINE UP FOR A FAMILY PICTURE IN COLOGNE.
Group of Eight leaders line up for a family picture with their wives ahead to a concert at the Cologne Philharmony concert hall following the Group of Eight leaders summit June 19. L-R are: Britain's Premier Tony Blair, Russian Premier Sergej Stepachin, Canadian Premier Jean Chretien, French President Jacques Chirac, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, U.S. President Bill Clinton with UN High Commissioner for Refugees Sadako Ogata in front, Italian Premier Massimo D'Alema, outgoing EU Commission President Jacques Santer and Japan's Premier Keizi Obuchi and daughter (far right). Big power leaders met for their first time since the end of the Kosovo war aimed to rebuild relations between Russia and the West.

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