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RUSSIA-YELTSIN/CLINTON
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April 23, 2007 
U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) and Russian President Boris Yeltsin take in the view of the Hudson River... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
File photo of former Presidents Yeltsin and Clinton in Hyde Park, New York 
U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) and Russian President Boris Yeltsin take in the view of the Hudson River valley outside the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York, in this October 23, 1995 file photo. Yeltsin, who met with Clinton more than 15 times, died on April 23, 2007, aged 76. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files (UNITED STATES) 
RUSSIA-YELTSIN/
RTR1OYIS 
April 23, 2007 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin drinks white wine from German Chancellor Helmut Kohl's homeland, Rhineland... 
DEIDESHEIM, multiple countries 
File photo of Russian President Boris Yeltsin driking white wine in Deidesheim 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin drinks white wine from German Chancellor Helmut Kohl's homeland, Rhineland - Palatinate, during a visit to Deidesheim May 12, 1994. Yeltsin, who buried the Soviet Union then led Russia through its chaotic first years of independence, died on April 23, 2007 aged 76, the Kremlin said. REUTERS/Peter Mueller/Files (GERMANY) 
RUSSIA-YELTSIN/
RTR1OYIO 
April 23, 2007 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) and an unidentified teacher take glasses of champagne during an awards... 
Moscow, Russia 
File photo of Russian President Boris Yeltsin and an unidentified teacher taking glasses of champagne... 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) and an unidentified teacher take glasses of champagne during an awards ceremony in the Kremlin January 26, 1998. Yeltsin, who buried the Soviet Union then led Russia through its chaotic first years of independence, died on April 23, 2007 aged 76, the Kremlin said. REUTERS/Yuri Kadobnov/Pool/Files (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA-YELTSIN/
RTR1OYGE 
April 23, 2007 
Boris Yeltsin (R) talks to Communist Party General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in Moscow in this 1991... 
Moscow, Russia 
File photo of Yeltsin talking to Communist Party General Secretary Gorbachev in Moscow 
Boris Yeltsin (R) talks to Communist Party General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in Moscow in this 1991 file photo. Yeltsin has died, a spokeswoman for the Kremlin said on April 23, 2007. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA) B&W ONLY 
SPORT TENNIS DAVIS RUSSIA
RTR1HLY5 
September 22, 2006 
Former Russian president Boris Yeltsin celebrates Marat Safin's victory over Andy Roddick of the U.S.... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
Former Russian president Yeltsin celebrates Safin's victory over Roddick of the US during their Davis... 
Former Russian president Boris Yeltsin celebrates Marat Safin's victory over Andy Roddick of the U.S. during the Davis Cup World group semifinal tennis match in Moscow September 22, 2006. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor (RUSSIA) 
LATVIA
RTR1GL5L 
August 22, 2006 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves after his arrival at Riga's international airport August... 
Riga, Latvia 
Former Russian President Yeltsin waves after his arrival at Riga's international airport 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves after his arrival at Riga's international airport August 22, 2006. Yeltsin is on a three-day private visit to Latvia. REUTERS/Stringer (LATVIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1D7AX 
May 09, 2006 
Former Russian president Boris Yeltsin (C) watches a military parade at the Red Square in Moscow May... 
Moscow, Russia 
Former Russian president Yeltsin watches a military parade at the Red Square in Moscow 
Former Russian president Boris Yeltsin (C) watches a military parade at the Red Square in Moscow May 9, 2006. Russians celebrate World War II Victory Day on May 9. REUTERS/Pavel Gerasimov 
USSR
RTR15SJ9 
February 02, 2006 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves from the balcony of the Russian Parliament to a crowd of demonstrators... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
Russian President Yeltsin waves from the Russian Parliament in Moscow 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves from the balcony of the Russian Parliament to a crowd of demonstrators protesting against the overthrow of Soviet President Gorbachev during the brief coup in August 1991, in Moscow August 20, 1991. The result, ironically, was the dissolution of the Soviet Union. REUTERS/Michael Samojeden IMAGE TAKEN AUGUST 20, 1991 
RUSSIA
RTXMYL5 
October 08, 2004 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT04 - Wax figures of Pope John Paul II (C), former Russian President Boris Eltsin (L)... 
St.Petersburg, Russia 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT04 - Wax figures of Pope John Paul II (C), former Russian President Boris Eltsin ..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT04 - Wax figures of Pope John Paul II (C), former Russian President Boris Eltsin (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin are lined up in a make-up atelier in the town of Lomonosovo some 40 km (25 miles) from St. Petersburg, October 7, 2004. An exhibition entitled 'Apotheosis of Terror' will exhibit 30 historical personalities made of wax or silicone will soon run in various Russian cities. 
AS
RTRCV4G 
October 07, 2004 
Wax figures of Pope John Paul II (C), former Russian President Boris Eltsin (L) and Russian President... 
St.Petersburg 
Wax figures are lined up in a make-up atelier in Lomonosovo. 
Wax figures of Pope John Paul II (C), former Russian President Boris Eltsin (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin are lined up in a make-up atelier in the town of Lomonosovo some 40 km (25 miles) from St. Petersburg, October 7, 2004. An exhibition entitled 'Apotheosis of Terror' will exhibit 30 historical personalities made of wax or silicone will soon run in various Russian cities. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk 
RUSSIA
RTR490K 
June 12, 2004 
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks as former Russian president Boris Yeltsin (R) smiles during festivities... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
CURRENT AND FORMER RUSSIAN PRESIDENTS PUTIN AND YELTSIN ATTEND FESTIVITIES IN RED SQUARE IN MOSCOW. 
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks as former Russian president Boris Yeltsin (R) smiles during festivities in Red Square in Moscow, June 12, 2004. The holiday, mostly commonly known among Russians as "Independence Day", marks the adoption by the parliament in 1990 of the declaration of Russia's sovereignty and the affirmation that its laws took precedence over those of the Soviet Union. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/AA 
RUSSIA
RTRN3GO 
May 07, 2003 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin looks on as he attends a concert
dedicated to Victory Day in... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
FORMER RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN LOOKS ON DURING A CONCERT IN MOSCOW. 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin looks on as he attends a concert
dedicated to Victory Day in the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow, May 7,
2003. Russia will celebrate the victory over Nazi Germany in World War
Two on May 9. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

CVI/WS 
GERMANY VOLLEYBALL
RTRYLGX 
September 13, 2002 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures at the women's world
volleyball championship, where... 
Berlin, Germany 
FORMER RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN GESTURES DURING VOLLEYBALL
CHAMPIONSHIP IN BERLIN. 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures at the women's world
volleyball championship, where the Russian team lost to the United
States 2-1 in the semifinal on September 13, 2002. Yeltsin, whose last
years in office were marred by poor health, arrived in Berlin earlier
on Friday and will undergo a medical check up during his stay in the
German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

JOH/AH 
RUSSIA
RTR3XW0 
May 09, 2000 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin wipes his eye as he watches a parade of veterans and soldiers... 
Moscow, Russia 
YELTSIN WIPES EYES AT VICTORY DAY CELEBRATIONS IN RED SQUARE. 
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin wipes his eye as he watches a parade of veterans and soldiers held to mark victory day in Moscow's Red Square May 9. Newly-inaugurated President Vladimir Putin led Russia in celebrating the 55th anniversary of World War Two on Sunday saying that the country now had to defend democracy and freedom.

WAW 
RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTSKP 
December 31, 1999 
FILE PHOTO 1SEP95 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he speaks to the Forum of Democratic... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN GESTURES. 
FILE PHOTO 1SEP95 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he speaks to the Forum of Democratic Press at the President Hotel in Moscow in this September 1995 file picture. Yeltsin announced his early retirement December 31, and said that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin would be Russia's acting President until the next election in three months time.

WAW/AA 
CHINA RUSSIA
RTRT610 
December 10, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina wave goodbye as they depart Beijing's Nanting airport... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN AND HIS WIFE WAVE AS THEY DEPART BEIJING. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina wave goodbye as they depart Beijing's Nanting airport December 10. Chinese support for Russia's military campaign in Chechnya, offered swiftly and strongly after the Russian leader arrived on a 26-hour visit on Thursday, appeared to invigorate Yeltsin, who defied doctors orders to travel to Beijing after a bout of pneumonia.

NB/TAN 
RUSSIA
RTRQWHI 
August 30, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) offers his condolences to Kalimat Saaduyeva, the mother of a Russian... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
PRESIDENT YELTSIN OFFERS CONDOLENCES TO THE MOTHER OF A DEAD SOLDIER. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) offers his condolences to Kalimat Saaduyeva, the mother of a Russian serviceman who died in the recent fighting in the southern province of Dagestan, and who was awarded the Star of a hero of Russia, at an award ceremony in the Kremlin August 30. Yeltsin gave out five medals, three of them posthumously, for bravery during the conflict and vowed no let up in the campaign against Islamic guerrillas in Dagestan.

WAW/KM 
GERMANY SUMMIT
RTRQ5B0 
June 20, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd upon his arrival for the Group of Eight leaders summit... 
Cologne, Germany 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN WAVES IN COLOGNE. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd upon his arrival for the Group of Eight leaders summit in Cologne June 20. Yeltsin will attend the G-8 summit later today aimed to rebuild relations between Russia and the West after the end of the war in the Kosovo.

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RUSSIA STEPASHIN DUMA
RTRP34M 
May 12, 1999 
FILE PHOTO 7MAY99 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin sacked Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov on Wednesday... 
Moscow, Russia 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN SPEAKS FIRST DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER STEPASHIN. 
FILE PHOTO 7MAY99 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin sacked Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov on Wednesday and named First Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Stepashin as acting premier and asked the State Duma lower house of parliament to confirm Stepashin in his post, the Kremlin said. Yeltsin and Stapashin are shown in this 7MAY99 file photo.

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RUSSIA VICTORY
RTROZAC 
May 09, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin wipes his eye during a parade May 9. Russia marked the 54th anniversary... 
Moscow, Russia 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN WIPES HIS EYE DURING A MILITARY PARADE. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin wipes his eye during a parade May 9. Russia marked the 54th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe with a military parade across Red Square on Sunday and a tribute by Yeltsin to those who put their lives for victory.

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RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTROXJI 
May 07, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) smiles as he delivers a speech before a concert while his bodyguard... 
Moscow, Russia 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN SMILES. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (L) smiles as he delivers a speech before a concert while his bodyguard looks up May 7. Yeltsin stumbled on Friday as he laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to commemorate the 54th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.

CVI/ME 
RUSSIA
RTROWYF 
May 07, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin looks on during the wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the Unknown... 
Moscow, Russia 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN ATTENDS WREATH LAYING CEREMONY. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin looks on during the wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier May 7. Russians prepare to mark the 54th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany and the end of World War Two on Sunday.

CVI/FMS 
RUSSIA YELTSIN HEALTH
RTROM1H 
April 29, 1999 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) and his South African counterpart Nelson Mandela listen to the Russian... 
Moscow, Russia 
YELTSIN AND HIS SOUTH AFRICAN COUNTERPART MANDELA LISTEN RUSSIAN ANTHEM. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) and his South African counterpart Nelson Mandela listen to the Russian anthem at the start of their meeting April 29. Yeltsin boasted of his good health on Thursday, telling Mandela that even the Communists could not bring him down.

CVI 
RTRGRE9 
August 28, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin pronounces a toast during a reception for his Bulgarian counterpart Petar... 
PRESIDENT YELTSIN TOASTS BULGARIAN COUNTERPART STOYANOV IN MOSCOW. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin pronounces a toast during a reception for his Bulgarian counterpart Petar Stoyanov August 28. Yeltsin, dismissing speculation he was about to step down amid a severe political and financial crisis, said on Friday he would serve out his full term until 2000 and then retire.

CVI/AA 
RUSSIA
RTRGNJK 
August 25, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures during his meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Duc... 
Moscow, Russia 
PRESIDENT YELTSIN GESTURES DURING MEETING WITH TRAN DUC LUONG. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures during his meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Tran Duc Luong (not shown) August 25. Tran Duc Luong arrived in Moscow on Monday to meet with President Boris Yeltsin.

CVI/NS 
RTRFKFZ 
July 13, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina watch the opening ceremony of the First World Youth... 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN AND HIS WIFE NAINA WATCH THE CEREMONY. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina watch the opening ceremony of the First World Youth Olympic Games July 13. More than 7,000 young sportsmen from 131 countries will take part in the games.

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RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRF2X1 
June 23, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin drinks tea during a meeting of the government and both chambers of parliament... 
Moscow 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN DRINKS TEA. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin drinks tea during a meeting of the government and both chambers of parliament June 23. Yeltsin said on Tuesday Russia's financial crisis had reached alarming proporties and demanded radical measures to avert a growing danger of social and political problems.

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RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTREZK7 
June 19, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd during his visit to Kostroma, 320 km (200 miles) north... 
Kostroma 
BORIS YELTSIN WAVES TO THE CROWD IN KOSTROMA. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd during his visit to Kostroma, 320 km (200 miles) north of Moscow, June 19. Yeltsin said on Friday Russia's battered economy was "hanging on " and repeated his view Moscow need moral support rather than hard cash.

MF/ME 
RTREZJT 
June 19, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin applaudes as he speaks with youths in Kostroma, 320 km (200 miles) out... 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN APPLAUDES SUPPORTERS IN KOSTROMA. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin applaudes as he speaks with youths in Kostroma, 320 km (200 miles) out of Moscow June 19. Yeltsin said on Friday Russia's battered economy was "hanging on " and repeated his view Moscow need moral support rather than hard cash.

MF/AA 
RTREPMU 
June 08, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) waves as German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (L) leads the way for their... 
Germany 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN WITH GERMAN CHANCELLOR HELMUT KOHL. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (R) waves as German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (L) leads the way for their meeting in Bonn June 8. Yeltsin is on a two-day official visit to Germany seeking support to stem a financial crisis at home.

WR/EB 
RTREPFZ 
June 08, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin answers reporters questions upon his arrival at Cologne-Bonn airport... 
Germany 
YELTSIN SPEAKS AFTER HIS ARRIVAL IN GERMANY. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin answers reporters questions upon his arrival at Cologne-Bonn airport June 8. Yeltsin is on a two-day-visit to Germany and will meet Chancellor Helmut Kohl later today.

JOH/ME 
RTREPD5 
June 08, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures after his arrival at the Cologne-Bonn airport in Wahn June 8.... 
Germany 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN GESTURES AFTER HIS ARRIVAL IN GERMANY. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures after his arrival at the Cologne-Bonn airport in Wahn June 8. Yeltsin is for a two-day visit to Bonn and will meet German Chancellor Helmut Kohl in Bonn later today.

PEM/WS 
RTRE4JR 
May 17, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin prepares to shake hand with US President Bill Clinton as the two meet... 
United Kingdom 
YELTSIN AND CLINTON ATTEND BILATERAL AT G8 SUMMIT IN BIRMINGHAM. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin prepares to shake hand with US President Bill Clinton as the two meet for bilateral talks at the G8 Summit May 17. The G8 leaders agreed that they must work to build sustainable economic growth in all countries.

NS/SR 
RTRE353 
May 15, 1998 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves as he arrives for a working dinner hosted by British Premier Tony... 
United Kingdom 
YELTSIN WAVES AT G8 SUMMIT IN BIRMINGHAM. 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves as he arrives for a working dinner hosted by British Premier Tony Blair in Birmingham May 15. Leaders of the Group of Eight are gathering in this central England city for their annual summit which is expected to include talks about India's underground nuclear tests which took place earlier this week and third world debt.

NS/CLH/ 
RTRDJCE 
April 28, 1998 
FILE PHOTO 30DEC96 - The Kremlin denied April 28 reports that liver problems had stopped President Boris... 
FILE OF PRESIDENT YELTSIN TOASTING. 
FILE PHOTO 30DEC96 - The Kremlin denied April 28 reports that liver problems had stopped President Boris Yeltsin drinking, but it did say he now preferred fine red wine to vodka - and had had some for breakfast only that day. Earlier on Tuesday former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone had quoted French President Jacques Chirac in Tokyo as telling him Yeltsin had had a problem with his liver and had been told to stay away from alcohol. Yeltsin is seen in this file picture during a reception in the Kremlin.

REUTERS 
RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTSZO 
December 31, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 31DEC97 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin (C)and his wife Naina (3R) offer a toast with his... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
FILE PHOTO OF RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN TOASTING HIS FAMILY IN MOSCOW. 
FILE PHOTO 31DEC97 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin (C)and his wife Naina (3R) offer a toast with his family (L-R) daughter Elena, grandson Boris, daughter Tatyana, son-in-law Valery Okulov and granddaughter Masha in this December 31,1997 file picture. In a broadcast on national television on Friday Yeltsin announced his shock resignation after eight years as leader of the world's largest country and handed over his duties to Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

WAW/AA 
RTR9CN6 
December 05, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he speaks during his first official visit to the State Duma,... 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN GESTURES IN THE DUMA 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he speaks during his first official visit to the State Duma, December 5. Russia's lower house of parliament approved the first reading of the government's 1998 budget on Friday, just minutes after a dramatic and rare personal intervention by Yeltsin.

RUSSIA BUDGET VOTE 
RTR5V9O 
August 19, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (C) and Feliks Zolotarev (R), director of the flight testing institute,... 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN WATCHES THE PLANES AT AIR SHOW NEAR MOSCOW 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin (C) and Feliks Zolotarev (R), director of the flight testing institute, watch an airplane demonstration at the third international Aerospace salon MAKS-97 in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, August 19. Russia, one of the world's biggest arms and warplane traders, wants the Zhukovsky salon to become one of the key international events in the lucrative business.

RUSSIA AIR SHOW 
RTR5DSI 
July 11, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina visit Kizhy island in the northwestern region of Karelia... 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT BORIS YELTSIN AND NAINA VISITS KIZHY ISLAND 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina visit Kizhy island in the northwestern region of Karelia near the Finnish border July 10. Yeltsin, who has staged a strong political comeback after recovering from open heart surgery and pneumonia, is holidaying since last Sunday.

RUSSIA YELTSIN 
RTR4O5B 
June 22, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd gathered at the Denver Public Library as he arrives... 
UNITED STATES 
BORIS YELTSIN WAVES AS HE ARRIVES FOR FINAL SUMMIT MEETING 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves to the crowd gathered at the Denver Public Library as he arrives for the final meeting of the Denver Summit of Eight, June 22. Concern about Yeltsin's health surfaced June 21 when he missed a gala concert however he arrived as scheduled for a early morning meeting with French President Jacques Chirac.

GROUP 
RTR4220 
May 27, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin passes U.S President Bill Clinton's walking cane to him across French... 
France 
CHIRAC, YELTSIN AND CLINTON AT A NATO SIGNING IN PARIS 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin passes U.S President Bill Clinton's walking cane to him across French President Jacques Chirac following the NATO signing ceremony at the Eysee Palace May 27. NATO leaders signed a landmark treaty with Russia intended to lay the basis of a post-Cold War European security order and ease the alliance's expansion into former communist Europe.

FRANCE NATO 
RTR41YY 
May 27, 1997 
US President Bill Clinton, Russian President Boris Yeltsin, French President Jacques Chirac and NATO... 
France 
US RUSSIAN AND FRENCH PRESIDENTS POSE WITH NATO SECRETARY GENERAL 
US President Bill Clinton, Russian President Boris Yeltsin, French President Jacques Chirac and NATO Secretary General Javier Solana pose for photographers after the NATO signing in Paris. NATO leaders signed a landmark treaty with Russia intended to lay the basis of a post-Cold War European security order and ease the alliance's expansion into former communist Europe.

SPECIAL 
RTR2NXP 
March 24, 1997 
HEL14:SUMMIT:HELSINKI,21MAR97 - U.S. President Bill Clinton pulls a glum expression after his translation... 
Helsinki, Finland 
CLINTON AND YELTSIN AT A JOINT PRESS CONFERENCE IN HELSINKI 
HEL14:SUMMIT:HELSINKI,21MAR97 - U.S. President Bill Clinton pulls a glum expression after his translation device failed briefly at the start of his joint press conference with Russian President Boris Yeltsin (rear) in Helsinki March 21. The two had previously signed a joint declaration following talks on NATO expansion at the Helsinki Summit.

SUMMIT 
RTR2M67 
March 22, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina wave as they board the presidential plane prior to... 
Finland 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN AND HIS WIFE NAINA LEAVE HELSINKI 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin and his wife Naina wave as they board the presidential plane prior to their departure for Moscow, March 22. Yeltsin agreed at a two-day summit with U.S. President Bill Clinton to sign a charter building a new relationship with NATO, despite Moscow's continued opposition to the eastward expansion of the alliance.

SUMMIT 
RTR1XVK 
February 19, 1997 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves after his arrival in the Finnish capital March 20. Yeltsin is to... 
Finland 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN WAVES AFTER HIS ARRIVAL AHEAD OF SUMMIT 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves after his arrival in the Finnish capital March 20. Yeltsin is to hold Summit talks with U.S President Bill Clinton starting this evening with a dinner.

YELTSIN SUMMIT ARRIVAL 
RTR1014 
December 12, 1996 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances during a pop concert in the city of Rostov in the south of Russia,... 
YELTSIN ROCKS DURING ELECTION CAMPAIGN 
Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances during a pop concert in the city of Rostov in the south of Russia, June 10. Yeltsin was on a pre-election campaign tour around Russia which he went on to win beating Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov.

POY YELTSIN ELECTION 
RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTSN3 
June 10, 1996 
FILE PHOTO 10JUN96 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances together with an unidentified singer during... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN DANCES IN ROSTOV. 
FILE PHOTO 10JUN96 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin dances together with an unidentified singer during a pop concert in the city of Rostov in the south of Russia in this June 10, 1996 file picture. Yeltsin announced his resignation as Russian President on Friday and said that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin would be Russia's acting president until the next presidential election in three months time.

WAW/WS 
RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTSMF 
February 02, 1996 
FILE PHOTO 2FEB96 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he addresses members of the presidential... 
Moscow, Russian Federation 
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT YELTSIN GESTURES IN MOSCOW. 
FILE PHOTO 2FEB96 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin gestures as he addresses members of the presidential council February 2, 1996 file picture. Yeltsin announced his shock resignation on Friday and said that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin would be Russia's acting President until the next election in three months time.

WAW/WS 
RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTTR8 
October 23, 1995 
FILE PHOTO 23OCT95 - U.S. President Bill Clinton wipes away tears of laughter as he leans on Russian... 
Helsinki, USA 
BILL CLINTON WIPES A TEAR AS HE LEANS ON BORIS YELTSIN. 
FILE PHOTO 23OCT95 - U.S. President Bill Clinton wipes away tears of laughter as he leans on Russian President Boris Yeltsin after a remark by Yeltsin during a joint press conference following their talks in Hyde Park, New York, in this file photo taken October 23, 1995. Yeltsin announced his resignation on Friday and said that Prime Minister Vladimir Putin would be Russia's acting President until the next election in three months time.

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RUSSIA YELTSIN
RTRTTQJ 
October 23, 1995 
FILE PHOTO 20DEC95 - U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) and Russian President Boris Yeltsin take in the... 
Hyde Park, USA 
CLINTON AND YELTSIN LOOK OUT ON HOME OF FDR. 
FILE PHOTO 20DEC95 - U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) and Russian President Boris Yeltsin take in the view of the Hudson River valley outside the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt October 23, 1995. The two are sittingin the same chairs in the same place as Roosevelt and Winston Churchhill during their meetings.

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