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ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
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June 29, 2009
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti (L), Felipe Sola (2nd R) and Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress, De Narvaez , Michetti, Sola and Buenos Aires' city major Macri, celebrate after...
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti (L), Felipe Sola (2nd R) and Buenos Aires' city major Mauricio Macri, celebrate after they claimed victory in Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentine President Cristina Fernandez appeared to lose control of Congress in a mid-term election on Sunday, according to exit polls, and early official results showed her husband trailing in a key congressional race. Exit polls commissioned by television stations and political parties showed Fernandez allies would lose enough seats in the lower house and the Senate to wipe out her majorities in both houses. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GW
June 29, 2009
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Mauricio...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress, De Narvaez , Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Macri, after they claimed...
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Mauricio Macri, celebrate after they claimed victory in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GS
June 29, 2009
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party,...
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party, celebrates after claiming victory in Buenos AiresJune 28, 2009. Argentine President Cristina Fernandez appeared to lose control of Congress in a mid-term election on Sunday, according to exit polls, and early official results showed her husband trailing in a key congressional race. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GP
June 29, 2009
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Mauricio...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress, De Narvaez , Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Macri, after they claimed...
Candidates for Congress, Francisco de Narvaez (R), Gabriela Michetti and Buenos Aires' city major Mauricio Macri, celebrate after they claimed victory in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GO
June 29, 2009
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party,...
Francisco de Narvaez, candidate for Congress, leader of a dissident faction of the ruling Peronista party, celebrates after claiming victory in Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GL
June 29, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, kisses his wife Agustina Ayllon after he claimed victory in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255GI
June 29, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, and his wife Agustina Ayllon, celebrates after he claimed victory in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255CC
June 29, 2009
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Fernando de Narvaez celebrate after the elections's...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Michetti and De Narvaez celebrate after the elections's early results...
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Fernando de Narvaez celebrate after the elections's early results in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255CB
June 29, 2009
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Fernando de Narvaez celebrate after the elections's...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Michetti and De Narvaez celebrate after the elections's early results...
Supporters of Candidate for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Fernando de Narvaez celebrate after the elections's early results in Buenos Aires, June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255B6
June 29, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the first election results in Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255AQ
June 29, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the first election results in Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR255AO
June 29, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, gestures after the first election results in Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Former President Nestor Kirchner was running second in a high-profile race in Argentina's congressional elections on Sunday, early official results showed. With ballots counted at 6 percent polling stations in Buenos Aires province, Kirchner's top rival, Francisco de Narvaez, was leading with 34.78 percent of the vote compared to 33.73 percent for the former president.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254S3
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez gestures after voting in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez gestures to supporters after voting at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles (64km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254PB
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez votes in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez votes at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles (64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NX
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez,...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez waits to vote at a public school in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez, talks with his wife Agustina Ayllon, as he waits to vote at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NU
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez,...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez gestures as he waits to vote at a public school in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez, gestures as he waits to vote at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64k m) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NN
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez,...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez waits to vote at a public school in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez, talks with his wife Agustina Ayllon, as he waits to vote at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NL
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress De Narvaez leaves after voting in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez leaves after voting next to a man dressed as late pop artist Michael Jackson at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NC
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, Francisco de Narvaez,...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez gestures as he waits to vote at a public school in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronista party, Francisco de Narvaez, gestures next his wife Agustina Ayllon, as he waits to vote at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254NA
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez votes in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez votes at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254N2
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez,...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez shows his identity document next his wife Agustina in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez, shows his identity document next his wife Agustina Ayllón, at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254MX
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress De Narvaez leaves waves to supporters in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez waves to supporters while standing next to a man dressed as late pop artist Michael Jackson at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles ( 64 km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR254M9
June 28, 2009
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez...
Lujan, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez waves after voting in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress, who leads a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, Francisco de Narvaez waves to supporters after voting at a public school in Lujan, 40 miles (64km) west of Buenos Aires June 28, 2009. Argentines cast ballots in congressional elections on Sunday and are expected to throw out allies of President Cristina Fernandez in a rejection of her interventionist economic policies and combative style. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR25197
June 26, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures while attending Mirta Legrand's television show...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez gestures while attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures while attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2519N
June 25, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez waits for Mirta Legrand's television show to start in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez waits for Mirta Legrand's television show to start in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez waits for Mirta Legrand's television show to start in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2519L
June 25, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez gestures next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand (R) during her show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2519H
June 25, 2009
Candidates for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Francisco de Narvaez (R, reflected in mirror) talk backstage...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress Michetti and de Narvaez talk before attending Mirta Legrand's television show...
Candidates for Congress Gabriela Michetti and Francisco de Narvaez (R, reflected in mirror) talk backstage before attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2519E
June 25, 2009
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (R) and Gabriela Michetti (L) talk to journalist Roman Lejman...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress de Narvaez and Michetti talks to a journalist before attending Mirta Legrand's...
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (R) and Gabriela Michetti (L) talk to journalist Roman Lejman before attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2519B
June 25, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez laughs next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during her...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs next to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during her show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR25194
June 25, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs while attending Mirta Legrand's television show in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez laughs while attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs while attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2518F
June 25, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (R) waits as candidate Gabriela Michetti (L) talks to journalist...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress de Narvaez waits as candidate Michetti talks to a journalist before attending...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (R) waits as candidate Gabriela Michetti (L) talks to journalist Roman Lejman before attending Mirta Legrand's television show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2518D
June 25, 2009
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (L) and Gabriela Michetti (R) talk to Argentine television...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress de Narvaez and Michetti talk to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during...
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (L) and Gabriela Michetti (R) talk to Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during her show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR2518A
June 25, 2009
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (L) and Gabriela Michetti (R) pose for a picture with Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidates for Congress de Narvaez and Michetti pos for a picture with Argentine television hostess Mirta...
Candidates for Congress Francisco de Narvaez (L) and Gabriela Michetti (R) pose for a picture with Argentine television hostess Mirta Legrand during her show in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LATAM-SUMMIT/DENARVAEZ
RTXEQC3
May 05, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez speaks during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez speaks during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez speaks during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. The tattoo on de Narvaez's neck reads "snake." REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LATAM-SUMMIT/DENARVAEZ
RTXEQBP
May 05, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez speaks during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. The tattoo on de Narvaez's neck reads "snake." REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LATAM-SUMMIT/DENARVAEZ
RTXEQBZ
May 04, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LATAM-SUMMIT/DENARVAEZ
RTXEQBX
May 04, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LATAM-SUMMIT/DENARVAEZ
RTXEQBV
May 04, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 04, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires...
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez gestures during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 04, 2009
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs during an interview with Reuters in Buenos Aires
Candidate for Congress Francisco de Narvaez laughs during an interview, as part of the Reuters Latin American Investment summit, at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, May 4, 2009. De Narvaez, a millionaire businessman who leads a congressional ticket of a dissident faction from the ruling Peronist party, will challenge the government in the country's biggest electoral battleground, the province of Buenos Aires, and is likely to face off with former President Nestor Kirchner in the June 28 balloting that will determine if Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner keeps her majority in Congress. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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April 22, 2000
Atletico de Madrid's Francisco "Kiko" Narvaez goes for the ball followed by Valencia's Argentine Mauricio...
Valencia, Spain
ATLETICO DE MADRID'S KIKO GOES FOR THE BALL AGAINST VALENCIA DURING FIRST DIVISION MATCH.
Atletico de Madrid's Francisco "Kiko" Narvaez goes for the ball followed by Valencia's Argentine Mauricio Pellegrino during their First Division match April 22. Valencia won the match 2-0.

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April 22, 2000
Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" goes for the ball followed by Valencia's Argentine Mauricio...
Valencia, Spain
ATLETICO DE MADRID'S KIKO GOES FOR THE BALL AGAINST VALENCIA DURING FIRST DIVISION MATCH.
Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" goes for the ball followed by Valencia's Argentine Mauricio Pellegrino during their First Division match April 22. Valencia won the match 2-0.

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March 02, 2000
Racing Club Lens' Pierre Fanfan (R) and Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" race for the ball...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
RACING CLUB LENS' FANFAN AND ATLETICO'S KIKO RACE FOR BALL DURING UEFA CUP MATCH.
Racing Club Lens' Pierre Fanfan (R) and Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" race for the ball during their UEFA Cup fourth round first leg match March 2. The match ended in a 2-2 draw.

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February 20, 2000
Espanyol's Constantin Galca (15) tries to score past the wall of Atletico de Madrid players (L-R) Carlos...
Madrid, Spain
ESPANYOLS GALCA TRIES TO SCORE AS ATLETICO DE MADRID PLAYERS JUMP.
Espanyol's Constantin Galca (15) tries to score past the wall of Atletico de Madrid players (L-R) Carlos Alberto Gamarra, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Francisco Molina (goalie), Ruben Baraja, Francisco Narvaez, Gaspar Galvez and Radek Bejbel during their Spanish First Division soccer match, February 20. The match ended with a 1-1 draw.

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February 20, 2000
Atletico de Madrid's captain Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" (R) and Espanyol's Fernando Munoz struggle for...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
ATLETICO DE MADRID'S CAPTAIN "KIKO" AND ESPANYOL'S NANDO JUMP FOR BALL.
Atletico de Madrid's captain Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" (R) and Espanyol's Fernando Munoz struggle for the ball during their Spanish First Division soccer match February 20. The match ended with a 1-1 draw.

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March 04, 1998
Aston Villa?s captian Gareth Southgate (L) tries to intercept Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez...
Spain
ASTON VILLA'S CAPTAIN SOUTHGATE VS ATLETICO'S KIKO
Aston Villa?s captian Gareth Southgate (L) tries to intercept Atletico de Madrid's Francisco Narvaez "Kiko" during their UEFA Cup quarter final first leg soccer match March 3. Atletico won the game 1-0.

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