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THOMAS COOK GRP–INVESTMENT/GREECE
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September 23, 2019
An information for Thomas Cook passengers is placed in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas...
Chania, Greece
Information for Thomas Cook passengers is placed in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas...
An information for Thomas Cook passengers is placed in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel firm collapsed stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history, on the island of Crete, Greece September 23, 2019 REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
THOMAS COOK GRP–INVESTMENT/GREECE
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September 23, 2019
People line up in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel firm...
Chania, Greece
People line up in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel firm...
People line up in front of a counter at Chania Airport after Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel firm collapsed stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history, on the island of Crete, Greece September 23, 2019 REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton...
Chania, Greece
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to...
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to the prosecutor in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton...
Chania, Greece
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to...
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to the prosecutor in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton...
Chania, Greece
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to...
Plain-clothes police officers escort the suspect (C) for the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton to the prosecutor in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
Crete's Chief of Police Konstantinos Lagoudakis (C), Chania Police Chief Giorgos Libinakis (R) and Director...
Chania, Greece
News conference of Crete's police authorities on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton
Crete's Chief of Police Konstantinos Lagoudakis (C), Chania Police Chief Giorgos Libinakis (R) and Director of Security for Chania Police Paris Chinopoulos are seen during a news conference, presenting the latest developments on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton, in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
(L-R) Police Press Information Officer for Crete, Eleni Papathanasiou, Director of Security for Chania...
Chania, Greece
News conference of Crete's police authorities on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton
(L-R) Police Press Information Officer for Crete, Eleni Papathanasiou, Director of Security for Chania Police Paris Chinopoulos, Chania Police Chief Giorgos Libinakis and Crete's Chief of Police Konstantinos Lagoudakis are seen during a news conference, presenting the latest developments on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton, in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
GREECE-USA/SCIENTIST-SUSPECT
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July 16, 2019
(L-R) Police Press Information Officer for Crete, Eleni Papathanasiou, Director of Security for Chania...
Chania, Greece
News conference of Crete's police authorities on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton
(L-R) Police Press Information Officer for Crete, Eleni Papathanasiou, Director of Security for Chania Police, Paris Chinopoulos, Chania Police Chief Giorgos Libinakis and Crete's Chief of Police Konstantinos Lagoudakis are seen during a news conference, presenting the latest developments on the murder of American biologist Suzanne Eaton, in Chania, on the island of Crete, Greece July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Makis Kartsonakis
NORTHKOREA-USA/
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June 10, 2018
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying U.S. President Donald Trump to...
Chania, Greece
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying Trump to Singapore for an anticipated...
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying U.S. President Donald Trump to Singapore for an anticipated summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, as it is stopped for a refuel in Chania, Greece June 10, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
NORTHKOREA-USA/
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June 10, 2018
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying U.S. President Donald Trump to...
Chania, Greece
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying Trump to Singapore for an anticipated...
Journalists and White House staff stand under Air Force One, carrying U.S. President Donald Trump to Singapore for an anticipated summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, as it is stopped for a refuel in Chania, Greece June 10, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
NATO EXERCISE
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May 20, 2005
Greek elite naval forces guard a group of detainees onboard the Themistocles frigate during the NATO...
Chania, Greece
Detainees participate in NATO military exercise north of Crete in Greece.
Greek elite naval forces guard a group of detainees onboard the Themistocles frigate during the NATO "Sea-Day" multinational exercise north of Crete island in Greece May 20, 2005. NATO's Operation Active Endeavour mission is being expanded to include the escort of selected vessels through the sea-lanes of the Strait of Gibraltar. Reuters/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/CCK
NATO EXERCISE
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May 20, 2005
Frigates sail north of Crete island in Greece during the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise May 20,...
Chania, Greece
Frigates sail north of Crete island in Greece during the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise in Greece....
Frigates sail north of Crete island in Greece during the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise May 20, 2005. NATO's Operation Active Endeavour mission is being expanded to include the escort of selected vessels through the sea-lanes of the Strait of Gibraltar. Reuters/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/KI
NATO EXERCISE
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May 20, 2005
NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer attends a news conference following the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national...
Chania, Greece
NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer attends a news conference in Greece.
NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer attends a news conference following the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise conducted north of Crete island in Greece May 20, 2005. NATO's Operation Active Endeavour mission is being expanded to include the escort of selected vessels through the sea-lanes of the Strait of Gibraltar. Reuters/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/KI
NATO EXERCISE
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May 20, 2005
A helicopter flies over frigates and a submarine during the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise, north...
Chania, Greece
A helicopter flies over frigates and a submarine during the NATO exercise in Greece.
A helicopter flies over frigates and a submarine during the NATO "Sea-Day" multi-national exercise, north of Crete island May 20, 2005. NATO's Operation Active Endeavour mission is being expanded to include the escort of selected vessels through the sea-lanes of the Strait of Gibraltar. Reuters/Yiorgos Karahalis YK/KI
GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
GREEK PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS AND PM OF NEW ZEALAND CLARK ATTEND CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY...
Chania, Greece
GREEK PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS AND PM OF NEW ZEALAND CLARK ATTEND CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ...
GREEK PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS AND PM OF NEW ZEALAND CLARK ATTEND CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.


Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos (R) and Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark attend celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete at Maleme's military airport May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941. They also witnessed a re-enactment of the invasion, which saw thousands of German paratroopers raining down from the sky and an 11-day battle where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.
GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Greek Orthodox priests pray under a Briitish flag during celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of...
Chania, Greece
GREEK ORTHODOX PRIESTS DURING CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Greek Orthodox priests pray under a Briitish flag during celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete at Maleme's military airport May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941. They also witnessed a re-enactment of the invasion, which saw thousands of German paratroopers raining down from the sky and an 11-day battle where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
A Greek actress playing the role of a Cretan woman mourns over the body of a soldier at Maleme's military...
Chania, Greece
ACTRESS MOURNS DURING REENACTMENT OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
A Greek actress playing the role of a Cretan woman mourns over the body of a soldier at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941 where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
A Greek paratrooper lands at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking...
Chania, Greece
A GREEK PARATROOPER LANDS DURING CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
A Greek paratrooper lands at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941 where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Greek paratroopers land at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking...
Chania, Greece
GREEK PARATROOPERS LAND DURING CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Greek paratroopers land at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941 where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Soldiers playing the roles of an Australian (L) and a German soldier respectively fight at Maleme's military...
Chania, Greece
SOLDIERS FIGHT DURING REENACTMENT OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Soldiers playing the roles of an Australian (L) and a German soldier respectively fight at Maleme's military airport during a re-enactment of the Battle of Crete marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941 where about 6,000 Germans and some 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Veteran from New Zealand George Brown (L) watches comrades parading in front of Greek President Costis...
Chania, Greece
VETERAN BROWN FROM NEW ZEALAND WATCHES PARADE DURING ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Veteran from New Zealand George Brown (L) watches comrades parading in front of Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos and Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark during celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete at Maleme's military airport May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Allies veterans parade in front of Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos and Prime Minister of New Zealand...
Chania, Greece
ALLIES VETERANS PARADE DURING CELEBRATIONS MARKING THE ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Allies veterans parade in front of Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos and Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark during celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete at Maleme's military airport May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 20, 2001
Allies veterans parade in front of Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos and Prime Minister of New Zealand...
Chania, Greece
ALLIES VETERANS PARADE DURING CELEBRATIONS MARKING ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Allies veterans parade in front of Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos and Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark during celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete at Maleme's military airport May 20, 2001. British, Australian, New Zealand and Greek veterans of some of the fiercest fighting in World War Two participated the celebrations for the last time. Hundreds of old soldiers who had gathered over the weekend on the Greek island marched at Maleme, a dusty airstrip on Crete's northwest coast where Nazi Germany launched an unprecedented airborne invasion on May 20, 1941.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 19, 2001
PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS, DUKE OF KENT AND AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS FROM NEW ZEALAND ATTEND MEMORILA SERVICE...
Chania, Greece
PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS, DUKE OF KENT AND AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS FROM NEW ZEALAND ATTEND MEMORILA ...
PRESIDENT STEPHANOPOULOS, DUKE OF KENT AND AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS FROM NEW ZEALAND ATTEND MEMORILA SERVICE IN CHANIA'S WAR CEMETERY.


Greek President Costis Stephanopoulos (L) Britain's Duke of Kent (C) and Australian Minister for Veterans' Affairs Bruce Scott attend a memorial service for the soldiers who were killed at the Battle of Crete in Chania's War Cemetery May 19, 2001. On May 20, 1941, thousands of German paratroopers launched themselves onto Greece's island of Crete in an unprecedented airborne invasion. A few hundred Allied veterans of the battle gathered on the island with their local counterparts to mark the 60th anniversary with parades, wreath layings and a reenactment.
GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 18, 2001
Australian veterans of the World War II attend a wreath laying at a square of the Cretan village of Galatas...
Chania, Greece
AUSTRALIAN VETERANS ATTEND CELEBRATIONS OF ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Australian veterans of the World War II attend a wreath laying at a square of the Cretan village of Galatas off the town of Chania during the celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete May 18, 2001. In 1941 hundreds of German planes droned across the Mediterranean coastline, disgourging thousands of crack paratroops in an airborne invasion at the Greek island the like of which had not been seen before, and has not been seen since. A few hundred Allied veterans of the battle will gather on the island with their local counterparts this weekend to mark the anniversary with parades, wreath layings and a reenactment.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 18, 2001
Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark (C) is escorted by Maori warriors as she arrives at a monument...
Chania, Greece
PM OF NEW ZEALAND CLARK IS ESCORTED BY MAORI WARRIORS IN GREEK ISLAND OF CRETE.
Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark (C) is escorted by Maori warriors as she arrives at a monument at the Cretan village of Galatas off the town of Chania where celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete are taking place May 18, 2001. In 1941 hundreds of German planes droned across the Mediterranean coastline, disgourging thousands of crack paratroops in an airborne invasion at the Greek island the like of which had not been seen before, and has not been seen since. A few hundred Allied veterans of the battle will gather on the island with their local counterparts this weekend to mark the anniversary with parades, wreath layings and a reenactment.

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GREECE CRETE ANNIVERSARY
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May 18, 2001
Duke of Kent lays a wreath at a monument at the Cretan village of Galatas off the town of Chania where...
Chania, Greece
DUKE OF KENT LAYS A WREATH AT MONUMENT OF BATTLE OF CRETE.
Duke of Kent lays a wreath at a monument at the Cretan village of Galatas off the town of Chania where celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Crete are taking place May 18, 2001. In 1941 hundreds of German planes droned across the Mediterranean coastline, disgourging thousands of crack paratroops in an airborne invasion at the Greek island the like of which had not been seen before, and has not been seen since. A few hundred Allied veterans of the battle will gather on the island with their local counterparts this weekend to mark the anniversary with parades, wreath layings and a reenactment.

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