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RELIGION-WOMEN/SOCCER
RTSD0DYE 
May 07, 2022 
Raya Ahmed holds a football at the Sisterhood FC interactive football session during 'Eid in the Square'... 
London, United Kingdom 
The Wider Image: The sisterhood of Muslim women uniting football and faith in London team 
Raya Ahmed holds a football at the Sisterhood FC interactive football session during 'Eid in the Square' celebrations in Trafalgar Square in London, Britain, May 7, 2022. REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "MCKAY SISTERHOOD FC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser crosses the line to win gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser reacts after winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser in action REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser before the start REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZO4 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser reacts after winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZO0 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser celebrates winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZNO 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser reacts after winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser reacts after winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZMC 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser reacts after winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser crosses the finish line to win gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
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October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser celebrates winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZM0 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser celebrates winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX75ZLU 
October 03, 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International... 
Doha, Qatar 
World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 
Athletics - World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019 - Women's 400 Metres Final - Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar - October 3, 2019 Bahrain's Salwa Eid Naser celebrates winning gold REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1S7QR 
September 24, 2015 
Children play with the gifts they got for the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha from well-wishers of a local... 
Hanau, Germany 
Children play with the gifts they got for the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha from well-wishers of a local... 
Children play with the gifts they got for the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha from well-wishers of a local muslim community in Hanau, Germany September 24, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
LIBYA-TURKEY/
RTR2QAUB 
August 25, 2011 
UAE representative Ambassador Khalid al-Ghait (L) shakes hands with Kai Eide, special representative... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
UAE representative Ambassador al-Ghait shakes hands with Eide, special representative of Norway's Foreign... 
UAE representative Ambassador Khalid al-Ghait (L) shakes hands with Kai Eide, special representative of Norway's Foreign Ministry at Western Balkan Department, during the Libya Contact Group meeting in Istanbul August 25, 2011. Libya's rebel National Transitional Council expects U.N. help in rebuilding the country's army and police but will not ask for foreign troops on the ground, the Libyan ambassador to the UAE Aref al-Nayed said on Thursday. The envoy was speaking at a Libya Contact Group meeting of senior diplomats in Istanbul who are discussing the next steps for the country. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR29KZI 
January 28, 2010 
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (C) listens as he sits with UN special envoy to Afghanistan... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband listens during a news conference after the 'Afghanistan: The... 
Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband (C) listens as he sits with UN special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (R) and Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta at a news conference after the "Afghanistan: The London Conference" in London January 28, 2010. The Kabul government on Thursday invited Taliban leaders to a peace council of elders in a step toward resolving the Afghanistan conflict and called on Saudi Arabia to help in the quest for peace. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR29KMT 
January 28, 2010 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
London, United Kingdom 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London Conference' in Lancaster House, central London January 28, 2010. Front row (L-R), incoming Afghan foreign minister Zalmay Rasoul, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan Kai Eide, the Aga Khan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, incumbent Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta, and Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband. The international community must aim to turn the tide in Afghanistan by the middle of next year, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Thursday. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN Tags - POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR29KM8 
January 28, 2010 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
London, United Kingdom 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London Conference' in Lancaster House, central London January 28, 2010. Front row (L-R), Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan Kai Eide, the Aga Khan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and incumbent Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Thursday he would hold a council of elders in what could could be a first step towards bringing Taliban insurgents into a political settlement of the conflict. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool (BRITAIN Tags - POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR29KM2 
January 28, 2010 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
London, United Kingdom 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London Conference' in Lancaster House, central London January 28, 2010. Front row (L-R), incoming Afghan foreign minister Zalmay Rasoul, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan Kai Eide, the Aga Khan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, incumbent Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta, and Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband. The international community must aim to turn the tide in Afghanistan by the middle of next year, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Thursday. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool (BRITAIN Tags - POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR29KG3 
January 28, 2010 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
London, United Kingdom 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London... 
Delegates and officials pose for a family photograph at the beginning of the 'Afghanistan: The London Conference' in Lancaster House, central London January 28, 2010. Front row (L-R), incoming Afghan foreign minister Zalmay Rasoul, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan Kai Eide, the Aga Khan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, incumbent Afghan Foreign Minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta, and Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband. The international community must aim to turn the tide in Afghanistan by the middle of next year, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Thursday. REUTERS/Alastair Grant/Pool (BRITAIN Tags - POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY) 
AFGHANISTAN-UN/
RTXQD9L 
November 05, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November 5, 2009. The United Nations said on Thursday it would temporarily evacuate hundreds of its international staff from Afghanistan due to deteriorating security, a sharp blow for Western efforts to stabilize the country. The UN would relocate about 600 of its roughly 1,100 international staff, with some being moved to safer sites within Afghanistan and the rest withdrawn from the country temporarily. The move, a week after five U.N. foreign staff were killed by militants in Kabul, is a blow for U.S. president Barack Obama's counter-insurgency war strategy, which foresees an influx of civilian assistance alongside extra troops. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN-UN/
RTXQD9F 
November 05, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November 5, 2009. The United Nations said on Thursday it would temporarily evacuate hundreds of its international staff from Afghanistan due to deteriorating security, a sharp blow for Western efforts to stabilize the country. The UN would relocate about 600 of its roughly 1,100 international staff, with some being moved to safer sites within Afghanistan and the rest withdrawn from the country temporarily. The move, a week after five U.N. foreign staff were killed by militants in Kabul, is a blow for U.S. president Barack Obama's counter-insurgency war strategy, which foresees an influx of civilian assistance alongside extra troops. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN-UN/
RTXQD9E 
November 05, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November 5, 2009. The United Nations said on Thursday it would temporarily evacuate hundreds of its international staff from Afghanistan due to deteriorating security, a sharp blow for Western efforts to stabilize the country. The UN would relocate about 600 of its roughly 1,100 international staff, with some being moved to safer sites within Afghanistan and the rest withdrawn from the country temporarily. The move, a week after five U.N. foreign staff were killed by militants in Kabul, is a blow for U.S. president Barack Obama's counter-insurgency war strategy, which foresees an influx of civilian assistance alongside extra troops. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN-UN/
RTXQD9A 
November 05, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November 5, 2009. The United Nations said on Thursday it would temporarily evacuate hundreds of its international staff from Afghanistan due to deteriorating security, a sharp blow for Western efforts to stabilize the country. The UN would relocate about 600 of its roughly 1,100 international staff, with some being moved to safer sites within Afghanistan and the rest withdrawn from the country temporarily. The move, a week after five U.N. foreign staff were killed by militants in Kabul, is a blow for U.S. president Barack Obama's counter-insurgency war strategy, which foresees an influx of civilian assistance alongside extra troops. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN-UN/
RTXQD97 
November 05, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul November 5, 2009. The United Nations said on Thursday it would temporarily evacuate hundreds of its international staff from Afghanistan due to deteriorating security, a sharp blow for Western efforts to stabilize the country. The UN would relocate about 600 of its roughly 1,100 international staff, with some being moved to safer sites within Afghanistan and the rest withdrawn from the country temporarily. The move, a week after five U.N. foreign staff were killed by militants in Kabul, is a blow for U.S. president Barack Obama's counter-insurgency war strategy, which foresees an influx of civilian assistance alongside extra troops. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS ELECTIONS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXQAQD 
November 03, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two victims... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two victims of the attack on an international guest-house in Kabul November 3, 2009. Six U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul a week ago, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (AFGHANISTAN OBITUARY CONFLICT POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXQAP3 
November 03, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two of... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two of four victims killed during an attack, in Kabul, November 3, 2009. Four U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul on October 28, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (AFGHANISTAN OBITUARY POLITICS CONFLICT) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXQAP0 
November 03, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (3rd R) speaks during a commemoration ceremony for... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (3rd R) speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two of four victims killed during an attack, in Kabul, November 3, 2009. Four U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul on October 28, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (AFGHANISTAN OBITUARY POLITICS CONFLICT) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXQAOU 
November 03, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two of... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a commemoration ceremony for two of four victims killed during an attack, in Kabul, November 3, 2009. Four U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul on October 28, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (AFGHANISTAN OBITUARY POLITICS CONFLICT) 
AFGHANISTAN-VIOLENCE
RTXQ31G 
October 28, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack on an international guest-house in Kabul October 28, 2009. Six U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul on Wednesday, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. An increasingly resurgent Taliban have vowed to stage attacks ahead of a run-off in Afghanistan's presidential election on November 7 and the apparently coordinated assault on Wednesday will raise questions about security for the vote.REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN-VIOLENCE
RTXQ31B 
October 28, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks at a news conference as he condemns the attack on an international guest-house in Kabul October 28, 2009. Six U.N. foreign staff were killed when Taliban militants attacked an international guest-house in Kabul on Wednesday, while rockets were fired at a foreign-owned hotel in the Afghan capital, forcing 100 guests into a bunker. An increasingly resurgent Taliban have vowed to stage attacks ahead of a run-off in Afghanistan's presidential election on November 7 and the apparently coordinated assault on Wednesday will raise questions about security for the vote.REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS) 
SLOVAKIA-NATO/
RTXPXMF 
October 23, 2009 
The UN Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen speaks to UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
Bratislava, Slovakia 
The UN Secretary General Rasmussen speaks to UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Eide before ISAF working... 
The UN Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen speaks to UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Kai Eide (L) before the ISAF working lunch event at the Informal Meeting of NATO Defense Ministers in Bratislava October 23, 2009. REUTERS/Petr Josek(SLOVAKIA MILITARY POLITICS) 
SLOVAKIA-NATO/
RTXPXLA 
October 23, 2009 
The U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates speaks to the UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
Bratislava, Slovakia 
The U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates speaks to the UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
The U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates speaks to the UN High Commissioner for Afghanistan Kai Eide (R) before the ISAF working lunch event at the Informal Meeting of NATO Defense Ministers in Bratislava on October 23, 2009. REUTERS/Petr Josek(SLOVAKIA MILITARY POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXPTP3 
October 20, 2009 
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) and United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide attend a news... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan President Hamid Karzai and United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide attend a news... 
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) and United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide attend a news conference in Kabul October 20, 2009. Karzai must face an election run-off against his main rival on November 7, officials said on Tuesday, to resolve a disputed first round that plunged the country into months of political uncertainty.
REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXPTOA 
October 20, 2009 
(R-L) Afghan President Hamid Karzai, U.S. Senator John Kerry and United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan President Karzai, U.S. Senator Kerry and U.N. special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide attend a news... 
(R-L) Afghan President Hamid Karzai, U.S. Senator John Kerry and United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide attend a news conference in Kabul October 20, 2009. Karzai must face an election run-off against his main rival on November 7, officials said on Tuesday, to resolve a disputed first round that plunged the country into months of political uncertainty.
REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/
RTXPTL4 
October 20, 2009 
U.S. Senator John Kerry (C) shakes hands with the United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
U.S. Senator Kerry shakes hands with the UN Special Envoy to Afghanistan Eide after his speech during... 
U.S. Senator John Kerry (C) shakes hands with the United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide after his speech during a news conference with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul October 20, 2009. Karzai must face an election run-off against his main rival on Nov. 7, officials said on Tuesday, to resolve a disputed first round that plunged the country into months of political uncertainty. Karzai welcomed the ruling by the government-appointed Independent Election Commission (IEC) after hours of closed-door meetings with western diplomats and mounting international pressure to accept the need for a second round. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/
RTXPTKD 
October 20, 2009 
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (R), U.S. Senator John Kerry (C) and United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan President Karzai, U.S. Senator Kerry and UN Special Envoy to Afghanistan Eide leave after a news... 
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (R), U.S. Senator John Kerry (C) and United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide leave after a news conference in Kabul October 20, 2009. Karzai must face an election run-off against his main rival on Nov. 7, officials said on Tuesday, to resolve a disputed first round that plunged the country into months of political uncertainty. Karzai welcomed the ruling by the government-appointed Independent Election Commission (IEC) after hours of closed-door meetings with western diplomats and mounting international pressure to accept the need for a second round. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/
RTXPJ7U 
October 11, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October 11, 2009. The head of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan denied accusations on Sunday that he had helped cover up election fraud, and said he still believed a result could be reached that Afghans would find credible. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/
RTXPJ7T 
October 11, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October 11, 2009. The head of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan denied accusations on Sunday that he had helped cover up election fraud, and said he still believed a result could be reached that Afghans would find credible. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/
RTXPJ7R 
October 11, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks during a news conference in Kabul October 11, 2009. The head of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan denied accusations on Sunday that he had helped cover up election fraud, and said he still believed a result could be reached that Afghans would find credible. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR272FH 
August 24, 2009 
A man points out to United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (L) where to go for a news conference... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A man points out to United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide where to go for a news conference... 
A man points out to United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (L) where to go for a news conference at the Electoral Complaints Commission in Kabul on August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR272FD 
August 24, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (R) speaks to the media after arriving at the Electoral... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide speaks to the media after arriving at the Electoral... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (R) speaks to the media after arriving at the Electoral Complaints Commission in Kabul on August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR272F9 
August 24, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral Complaints Commission in Kabul on August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR272F4 
August 24, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide gives a news conference after arriving at the Electoral Complaints Commission in Kabul on August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR272F2 
August 24, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (C) arrives amidst tight security at the Electoral... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide arrives amidst tight security at the Electoral Complaints... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide (C) arrives amidst tight security at the Electoral Complaints Commission in Kabul on August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR26CAI 
August 02, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will be used for Afghanistan's upcoming presidential election, in front of the media in Kabul August 2, 2009. Afghanistan's presidential election will be held on August 20. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
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August 02, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will be used for Afghanistan's upcoming presidential election, in front of the media in Kabul August 2, 2009. Afghanistan's presidential election will be held on August 20. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR26CA0 
August 02, 2009 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will... 
United Nations special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide's inked finger is seen as he tests the ink which will be used for Afghanistan's upcoming presidential election, in front of the media, in Kabul August 2, 2009. Afghanistan's presidential election will be held on August 20. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ELECTIONS POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
IRAN/
RTX5WJA 
May 19, 2008 
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (R) speaks with the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai... 
Tehran, Iran 
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks with the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (R) speaks with the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai Eide during an official meeting in Tehran May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN) 
IRAN/
RTX5WJ8 
May 19, 2008 
Iran's President mahmoud Ahmadinejad (L) welcomes the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai Eide... 
Tehran, Iran 
Iran's President mahmoud Ahmadinejad welcomes the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai Eide during... 
Iran's President mahmoud Ahmadinejad (L) welcomes the UN special representative in Afghanistan Kai Eide during an official meeting in Tehran May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN) 
CANADA-AFGHANISTAN/
RTR203TU 
May 01, 2008 
United Nations Special Representative for Afghanistan Kai Eide leaves after testifying before the Commons... 
Ottawa, Canada 
U.N. Special Representative for Afghanistan Eide leaves after testifying on Parliament Hill in Ottawa... 
United Nations Special Representative for Afghanistan Kai Eide leaves after testifying before the Commons special committee on the Canadian mission in Afghanistan on Parliament Hill in Ottawa May 1, 2008. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA) 
USA/
RTR20132 
April 29, 2008 
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) meets with Norwegian diplomat Kai Eide, the new United Nations envoy... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Bush meets with Norwegian diplomat Eide, the new United Nations envoy for Afghanistan,... 
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) meets with Norwegian diplomat Kai Eide, the new United Nations envoy for Afghanistan, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington April 29, 2008. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR2012S 
April 29, 2008 
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with Norwegian diplomat Kai Eide, the new United Nations envoy to... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
President Bush meets UN envoy to Afghanistan in Washington 
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with Norwegian diplomat Kai Eide, the new United Nations envoy to Afghanistan, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington April 29, 2008.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES) 
AFGHAN-UN/
RTR1ZA1P 
April 09, 2008 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHAN-UN/
RTR1ZA1E 
April 09, 2008 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHAN-UN/
RTR1ZA11 
April 09, 2008 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHAN UN
RTR1ZA05 
April 09, 2008 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul 
Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul April 9, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1YVC8 
March 29, 2008 
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai (L) walks with Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, during... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai walks with Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, during a... 
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai (L) walks with Kai Eide, the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, during a meeting in Kabul March 29, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1YVC7 
March 29, 2008 
Kai Eide (L), the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, is welcomed by Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
New U.N. envoy to Afghanistan Eide is welcomed by Afghanistan's President Karzai in Kabul 
Kai Eide (L), the new U.N. envoy to Afghanistan, is welcomed by Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai during a meeting in Kabul March 29, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) 
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