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SERBIA/
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April 16, 2009 
A baby kangaroo named Tijana peers from the incubator in its enclosure in Belgrade zoo April 16, 2009.... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
A baby kangaroo named Tijana peers from the incubator in its enclosure in Belgrade zoo 
A baby kangaroo named Tijana peers from the incubator in its enclosure in Belgrade zoo April 16, 2009. Her mother, after being scared by an emu bird, ran away and Tijana fell out from the pouch. Now Tijana, who cannot survive outside a pouch, must stay in a special incubator, where the temperature remains a constant 35 degrees Celsius. Biologists made a set of canvas pouches for Tijana who is also fed every two hours with a special milk that arrived from US and Germany. Some milk is also expected to arrive from the Australian embassy in Serbia. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
ARTS-POTTER/
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July 21, 2007 
Kayla Carter, 10, stands in front of a painting of an Emu as she reads her copy of "Harry Potter and... 
Sydney, Australia 
Kayla Carter, 10, reads her copy of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" after it was released in Sydney... 
Kayla Carter, 10, stands in front of a painting of an Emu as she reads her copy of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" after it was released in Sydney July 21, 2007. The book, the last of a series of seven novels, was written by British author J.K. Rowling. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA) 
CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE
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August 29, 2006 
An emu walks in the foreground as a firefighter monitors the movement of a brushfire that is threatening... 
Santa Clarita, UNITED STATES 
An emu walks in the foreground as a firefighter monitors the movement of a brushfire that is threatening... 
An emu walks in the foreground as a firefighter monitors the movement of a brushfire that is threatening homes in Santa Clarita, California August 28, 2006. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES) 
USA ART
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July 19, 2006 
A visitor views a work by Australian Aboriginal artist Gloria Tamerre Petyarre entitled "Emu Ancestor"... 
Washington, USA 
Visitor views an artwork at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington 
A visitor views a work by Australian Aboriginal artist Gloria Tamerre Petyarre entitled "Emu Ancestor" at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington July 19, 2006. The exhibition called "Dreaming their way - Australian Aboriginal Women painters" is the first major U.S. representation of art produced by Australian Aboriginal women. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES) 
BIRDFLU CHINA
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October 29, 2005 
Shanghai's zoo workers give treatment to an emu in Shanghai, China October 29, 2005. China has reported... 
Shanghai, China 
Shanghai's zoo workers give treatment to an emu in Shanghai, China 
Shanghai's zoo workers give treatment to an emu in Shanghai, China October 29, 2005. China has reported no human bird flu infections since the latest H5N1 outbreak surfaced in Asia in 2003. But the World Health Organisation is pressing the government for more information of a 12-year-old girl from Hunan who officials say died of pneumonia. It was initially thought she might have contracted bird flu. REUTERS/Aly Song 
BIRDFLU
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October 24, 2005 
Zoo keepers catch an Emu at the zoo in Zurich, October 24, 2005. Switzerland last Friday ordered that... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Zoo keepers catch an Emu at the Zoo in Zurich 
Zoo keepers catch an Emu at the zoo in Zurich, October 24, 2005. Switzerland last Friday ordered that birds, including poultry, ducks and running birds, be raised indoors as a means of preventing them from coming into contact with the avian flu virus. The ruling not only affects farms but also zoos and private bird collections. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs 
HAWKINS
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August 23, 2005 
Antique dealer John Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiques... 
Sydney, Australia 
Antique dealer John Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiq..... 
Antique dealer John Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiques and Fine Arts Fair August 23, 2005. The fair has attracted hundreds of dealers from around the country, with around A$100 million ($77 million) worth of antiques on display for sale. A Dodo bird specimen is seen in the background. 
AUSTRALIA
RTRLBMC 
August 23, 2005 
An antique dealer sets up her stall behind a Dodo bird specimen, White Rhino horn and Emu claw stock... 
Sydney, Australia 
An antique dealer sets up her stall behind a Dodo bird specimen, White Rhino horn and Emu claw ... 
An antique dealer sets up her stall behind a Dodo bird specimen, White Rhino horn and Emu claw stock whip at the Sydney Antiques and Fine Arts Fair. An antique dealer sets up her stall behind a Dodo bird specimen, White Rhino horn and Emu claw stock whip at the Sydney Antiques and Fine Arts Fair August 23, 2005. The fair has attracted hundreds of dealers from around the country, with around A$100 million ($77 million) worth of antiques on display for sale. REUTERS/David Gray 
AUSTRALIA
RTRLBLY 
August 23, 2005 
Antique dealer Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiques and... 
Sydney, Australia 
Antique dealer Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney ... 
Antique dealer Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiques and Fine Arts Fair. Antique dealer John Hawkins holds an Emu claw stock whip as he sets up his stall at the Sydney Antiques and Fine Arts Fair August 23, 2005. The fair has attracted hundreds of dealers from around the country, with around A$100 million ($77 million) worth of antiques on display for sale. A Dodo bird specimen is seen in the background. REUTERS/David Gray 
INDIA
RTR4TEH 
June 21, 2004 
An emu, grunts inside a zoo in New Delhi June 21, 2004. Emu is the largest bird of Australia and it rests... 
New Delhi, India 
EMU GRUNTS INSIDE A ZOO IN NEW DELHI. 
An emu, grunts inside a zoo in New Delhi June 21, 2004. Emu is the largest bird of Australia and it rests in the open areas near trees and bushes, with Delhi zoo housing five of them. REUTERS/B Mathur AH/BY 
SYDNEY
RTRDQZP 
February 27, 2004 
Australian artist Suzanne Boccalatte checks her decorated 12 emu eggs on a gallery wall for the exhibition... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN ARTIST SUZANNE BOCCALATTE CHECKS HER DECORATED EMU EGGS AT GALLERY IN SYDNEY. 
Australian artist Suzanne Boccalatte checks her decorated 12 emu eggs on a gallery wall for the exhibition titled 'The Practical Guide to Mental Hygiene' in Sydney February 27, 2004. The emu eggs are engraved with phrases from a 1950's self-help manual on sex and marriage, and show the changes in society's ideas on such issues as homosexuality, divorce and relationships. REUTERS/David Gray DG 
SYDNEY
RTRDQZ8 
February 27, 2004 
Australian artist Suzanne Boccalatte positions one of her decorated 12 emu eggs onto a gallery wall for... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN ARTIST SUZANNE BOCCALATTE POSITIONS HER DECORATED EMU EGGS AT GALLERY IN SYDNEY. 
Australian artist Suzanne Boccalatte positions one of her decorated 12 emu eggs onto a gallery wall for the exhibition titled 'The Practical Guide to Mental Hygiene' in Sydney February 27, 2004. The emu eggs are engraved with phrases from a 1950's self-help manual on sex and marriage, and show the changes in society's ideas on such issues as homosexuality, divorce and relationships. REUTERS/David Gray DG/DL 
ECONOMY EMU
RTR656J 
November 03, 2003 
Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell (L), Executive Board Member of the European Central
Bank, talks to Jean Lemierre,... 
Vienna, Austria - Republic of 
TUMPEL-GUGGERELL AND LEMIERRE AT THE EAST-WEST CONFERENCE 2003 IN
VIENNA. 
Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell (L), Executive Board Member of the European Central
Bank, talks to Jean Lemierre, President of the European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development, at the beginning of the opening session of
the East-West Conference 2003 in Vienna November 3, 2003. The conference
will take place till November 4. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer

PR/THI 
ECONOMY EMU
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November 03, 2003 
Horst Koehler (L), Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund,
Kipkorir Aly Azad Rana (2nd... 
Vienna, Austria - Republic of 
KOEHLER, RANA, LIEBSCHER AND LEMIERRE AT THE EAST-WEST CONFERENCE
2003 IN VIENNA. 
Horst Koehler (L), Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund,
Kipkorir Aly Azad Rana (2nd L), Deputy Director-General of the World Trade
Organization, and Jean Lemierre (R), President of the European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development, listen to Klaus Liebscher, Governor of the
Austrian National Bank, at the beginning of the opening session of the
East-West Conference 2003 in Vienna November 3, 2003. Liebscher said that
incoming members of the European Union must fulfill the same conditions for
joining the single euro currency as the existing members did, and that price
developments in the eurozone were in line with the European Central Bank's
(ECB) definiton of price stability. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer REUTERS

PR/ 
SWEDEN
RTXM7D1 
September 14, 2003 
Mattias Svensson, a member of Citizens against EMU, reacts to the first exit polls in the Swedish referendum,... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Mattias Svensson, a member of Citizens against EMU, reacts to the first exit polls in the Swedish re..... 
Mattias Svensson, a member of Citizens against EMU, reacts to the first exit polls in the Swedish referendum, in the organization's office in Stockholm, September 14, 2003. The European Union said on Sunday the euro had brought and would continue to bring advantages to the "euro zone" economy despite a resounding vote by Swedish voters not to adopt the currency. 
BRITAIN EURO
RTRNTEJ 
May 19, 2003 
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown arrives carrying
books on European Monetary Union... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S CHANCELLOR BROWN ARRIVES IN DOWNING STREET CARRYING BOOKS ON
EMU IN LONDON. 
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown arrives carrying
books on European Monetary Union in Downing Street in London, May 19,
2003. Brown and Prime Minister Tony Blair are expected to begin a
series of meetings with individual cabinet ministers on Monday about
whether the UK should adopt the euro, giving ministers a chance to put
their view on the issues involved. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA 
BRAZIL PALACE
RTR1RBC 
February 21, 2002 
Emus graze on the grounds of the futuristic presidential residence
Alvorada Palace, or "Palace of the... 
Brasilia, Brazil - 
EMUS GRAZE ON GROUNDS OF ALVORADA PALACE STATE HOUSE IN BRASILIA. 
Emus graze on the grounds of the futuristic presidential residence
Alvorada Palace, or "Palace of the Dawn", in Brasilia February 21,
2002. Hordes of tourists visited to catch a glimpse of the official
residence of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, and 12 presidents
before him, on the first day it was opened to the public since 1994.
Tours will now he held every Thursday. Emus and other animals common to
the region are a permanent presence on the grounds of the palace.
REUTERS/Jamil Bittar REUTERS

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AUSTRALIA ABORIGINES ANIMALS
RTRWEU 
January 29, 2002 
Representatives of the Aboriginal tent embassy (L to R) Terry Mingo
Clear, Robert Corowa and Lyall Davis... 
Canberra, Australia 
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE ABORIGINAL TENT EMBASSY IN CANBERRA HOLDING AN
AUSTRALIAN COAT OF ARMS. 
Representatives of the Aboriginal tent embassy (L to R) Terry Mingo
Clear, Robert Corowa and Lyall Davis hold the Australian coat of arms
ripped from the old federal parliament building behind them to protest
the use of the kangaroo and emu on the crest January 29, 2002. A group
of Aboriginies lodged a writ in Australia's high court on Tuesday to
try to stop the government from using what they consider sacred symbols
- the kangaroo and the emu - on it's coat of arms. BEST QUALITY FROM
SOURCE REUTERS/Belinda Goldsmith

TBW 
YEAREND PICTURES GERMANY
RTRQA99 
January 01, 2002 
A fresh minted Euro coin (R) and a limited edition of a golden German
mark are pictured in Munich, July... 
Munich, Germany 
YEAREND PICTURES GERMANY 2001. 
A fresh minted Euro coin (R) and a limited edition of a golden German
mark are pictured in Munich, July 13, 2001.On January 1, 2002, all EMU
countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be
produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the
1 and 2 euro coins. REUTERS/Michael Dalder REUTERS

WR 
GERMANY EURO
RTRM7ST 
January 01, 2002 
A worker presents euro coins in the basement of the Bavarian central
bank, September 3, 2001. On January... 
Munich, Germany 
A WORKER OF THE BAVARIAN CENTRAL BANK PRESENTS EURO COINS IN MUNICH. 
A worker presents euro coins in the basement of the Bavarian central
bank, September 3, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will
start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in
eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2
euro coins. REUTERS/Michael Dalder REUTERS

MAD/ 
GERMANY EURO
RTRM7SO 
January 01, 2002 
A worker walks through the basement of the Bavarian central bank where
boxes with euro coins are in... 
Munich, Germany 
A WORKER OF THE BAVARIAN CENTRAL BANK WALKS ALONG BOXES WITH EURO COINS
IN MUNICH. 
A worker walks through the basement of the Bavarian central bank where
boxes with euro coins are in storage September 3, 2001. On January 1,
2002, all EMU countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro
coins will be produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50
cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. REUTERS/Michael Dalder REUTERS

MAD/JOH 
GERMANY EURO
RTRM7SI 
January 01, 2002 
A worker loads a box with euro coins in the basement of the Bavarian
central bank, September 3, 2001.... 
Munich, Germany 
A WORKER OF THE BAVARIAN CENTRAL BANK LOADS A BOX WITH EURO COINS IN
MUNICH. 
A worker loads a box with euro coins in the basement of the Bavarian
central bank, September 3, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries
will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in
eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2
euro coins. REUTERS/Michael Dalder REUTERS

MAD/JOH 
AUSTRALIA
RTRP54Z 
November 08, 2001 
A visitor to the art exhibition titled "Tactile Art" feels a work made
from emu feathers called "Fancy... 
Sydney, Australia 
MAN FEELS ART PIECE AT EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY FOR BLIND PEOPLE. 
A visitor to the art exhibition titled "Tactile Art" feels a work made
from emu feathers called "Fancy Tickler" at Sydney's Object Gallery
November 8, 2001. The exhibition, organised in part by the Royal Blind
Society, features works by ten artists with the aim of allowing people
who are visually impaired to appreciate art by feeling the work, and to
reverse the usual gallery rule to look only, but not touch.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/JD 
EURO
RTXKMQH 
July 13, 2001 
Euro coins are pictured in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start issuing... 
Munich, Germany 
Euro coins are pictured in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start i..... 
Euro coins are pictured in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one side could be chosen freely by each EMU member. Germany selected symbols already familiar to the public from the D-mark coins. For example, the 1, 2 and 5 cent coins will display an oak twig. The Brandenburg Gate will adorn the 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, and the EUR 1 and 2 coins will bear the federal eagle. 
EURO
RTXKMQG 
July 13, 2001 
Seven-month-old Sabrina reaches out to touch Euro coins through a window in Munich, July 13, 2001. On... 
Munich, Germany 
Seven-month-old Sabrina reaches out to touch Euro coins through a window in Munich, July 13, 2001. O..... 
Seven-month-old Sabrina reaches out to touch Euro coins through a window in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one side can be chosen freely by each EMU member. Germany selected symbols already familiar to the public from the D-mark coins. For example, the 1, 2 and 5 cent coins will display an oak twig. The Brandenburg Gate will adorn the 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, and the EUR 1 and 2 coins will show the federal eagle. 
EURO
RTXKMQF 
July 13, 2001 
A newly minted Euro coin (R) and a limited edition of a golden German mark are pictured in Munich July... 
Munich, Germany 
A newly minted Euro coin (R) and a limited edition of a golden German mark are pictured in Munich Ju..... 
A newly minted Euro coin (R) and a limited edition of a golden German mark are pictured in Munich July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. 
EURO
RTXKMQE 
July 13, 2001 
A fresh minted Euro coin is displayed in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries... 
Munich, Germany 
A fresh minted Euro coin is displayed in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countrie..... 
A fresh minted Euro coin is displayed in Munich, July 13, 2001. On January 1, 2002, all EMU countries will start issuing euro notes and coins. Euro coins will be produced in eight denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. 
GERMANY EURO
RTRKP9A 
July 13, 2001 
1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one
side can be chosen freely... 
Munich, Germany 
SABRINA REACHES OUT TO TOUCH EURO COINS IN MUNICH. 
1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one
side can be chosen freely by each EMU member. Germany selected symbols
already familiar to the public from the D-mark coins. For example, the 1, 2
and 5 cent coins will display an oak twig. The Brandenburg Gate will adorn
the 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, and the EUR 1 and 2 coins will show the
federal eagle.

MAD/ 
GERMANY EURO
RTRKP94 
July 13, 2001 
1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one
side could be chosen freely... 
Munich, Germany 
FRESH MINTED EURO COINS ARE PICTURED IN MUNICH. 
1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, plus the 1 and 2 euro coins. The motifs on one
side could be chosen freely by each EMU member. Germany selected symbols
already familiar to the public from the D-mark coins. For example, the 1, 2
and 5 cent coins will display an oak twig. The Brandenburg Gate will adorn
the 10, 20 and 50 cent coins, and the EUR 1 and 2 coins will bear the
federal eagle.

MAD/GB 
RTRDTFN 
January 01, 2001 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis talks to reporters during a special news conference in Athens May... 
Greece 
GREEK PRIME MINISTER COSTAS SIMITIS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN ATHENS. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis talks to reporters during a special news conference in Athens May 7, concerning Greece's target to qualify for european and monetary union (EMU) by January 1, 2001 at the latest. Simitis vowed to keep Greece on a steady course towards EMU, rejecting any sharp policy shifts following formal exclusion from the new euro zone.

GRK/AA 
RTRDTE0 
January 01, 2001 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis talks to reporters during a special news conference in Athens May... 
Greece 
GREEK PRIME MINISTER COSTAS SIMITIS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN ATHENS. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis talks to reporters during a special news conference in Athens May 7, concerning Greece's target to qualify for european and monetary union (EMU) by January 1, 2001 at the latest. Simitis vowed to keep Greece on a steady course towards EMU, rejecting any sharp policy shifts following formal exclusion from the new euro zone.

GRK/AA 
RTRC5U4 
January 01, 2001 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou talks to reporters during a news conference in Athens March... 
Greece 
GREEK FINANCE MINISTER YANNOS PAPANDONIOU TALKS TO REPORTERS 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou talks to reporters during a news conference in Athens March 15. Papandoniou said that the drachma's entry into the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) set Greece on course for joining Europe's economic and monetray union (EMU) by January 1, 2001.

GREECE-DRACHMA 
RTRC5TR 
January 01, 2001 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou talks to reporters during a news conference in Athens March... 
Greece 
GREEK FINANCE MINISTER YANNOS PAPANDONIOU TALKS TO REPORTERS 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou talks to reporters during a news conference in Athens March 15. Papandoniou said that the drachma's entry into the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) set Greece on course for joining Europe's economic and monetray union (EMU) by January 1, 2001.

GREECE-DRACHMA 
AUSTRALIA
RTXK5X7 
December 07, 2000 
Anthropology scientist Paul Tacon uses a magnifying eye-piece to inspect a rare emu egg in Sydney December... 
Sydney, Australia 
Anthropology scientist Paul Tacon uses a magnifying eye-piece to inspect a rare emu egg in Sydney De..... 
Anthropology scientist Paul Tacon uses a magnifying eye-piece to inspect a rare emu egg in Sydney December 7, 2000. The egg has an intricately hand-carved scene of the ill-fated 1860 Burke and Wills expedition engraved into it's surface. An Aboriginal man carved the scene using his pocketknife and razor-blades after hearing stories about the British explorers who perished after trying to cross the desserts of the Australian outback. The Australian Museum bought the egg recently from a Broken Hill shop-owner who had swapped a television set for the egg back in the early 1970's, and will be part of it's upcoming exhibition showcasing artifacts that have been traded between Aborigines and Europeans from 1788 up until the mid 1970's. 
AUSTRALIA
RTRBQQE 
December 07, 2000 
Anthropology scientist Paul Tacon uses a magnifying eye-piece to inspect a rare emu egg in Sydney December... 
Sydney, Australia 
AUSTRALIAN ANTHROPOLOGY SCIENTIST INSPECTS A RARE EMU EGG WITH INTRICATE ENGRAVING IN SYDNEY. 
Anthropology scientist Paul Tacon uses a magnifying eye-piece to inspect a rare emu egg in Sydney December 7, 2000. The egg has an intricately hand-carved scene of the ill-fated 1860 Burke and Wills expedition engraved into it's surface. An Aboriginal man carved the scene using his pocketknife and razor-blades after hearing stories about the British explorers who perished after trying to cross the deserts of the Australian outback. The Australian Museum bought the egg recently from a Broken Hill shop-owner who had swapped a television set for the egg back in the early 1970's, and will be part of it's upcoming exhibition showcasing artifacts that have been traded between Aborigines and Europeans from 1788 up until the mid 1970's.

DG/BM 
OLYMPICS
RTXJVRI 
July 18, 2000 
The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games crest, which will be embroidered on Australian athletes and paralympians'... 
Sydney, Australia 
The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games crest, which will be embroidered on Australian athletes and paralympia..... 
The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games crest, which will be embroidered on Australian athletes and paralympians' uniforms, is launched in Sydney on July 18. The crest features two native Australian animals, the kangaroo and emu. 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRZD5J 
July 18, 2000 
The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games crest, which will be embroidered on Australian athletes and paralympians'... 
Sydney, Australia 
SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES CREST FOR AUSTRALIAN ATHLETES IS LAUNCHED IN SYDNEY. 
The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games crest, which will be embroidered on Australian athletes and paralympians' uniforms, is launched in Sydney on July 18. The crest features two native Australian animals, the kangaroo and emu.

MDB/CC 
FEATURE
RTR5GP5 
June 19, 2000 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-AUSTRALIA-KANGAROO - FILE PHOTO APR92 - An eastern grey kangaroo leaps through... 
Sydney, Australia 
KANGAROO LEAPS THROUGH THE AIR NEAR SYDNEY. 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-AUSTRALIA-KANGAROO - FILE PHOTO APR92 - An eastern grey kangaroo leaps through the air as it moves along a roadside near Sydney. The Sydney Olympics is feeding a fateful new boom for the country's most famous symbol and other wildlife as restauranteurs, vying for visiting trade, will offer emus, crocodiles, and Balmain bugs (a lobster-like crustacean) for visitors. But, says one restaraunt owner, kangaroo as grilled fillets, or as a chicken substitute in caesar salad or in almost any variation desired, will be the most popular.

WB/CC 
KANGAROOS
RTXJT7F 
June 16, 2000 
FILE PHOTO APR92 - An eastern grey kangaroo leaps through the air as it moves along a roadside near... 
Sydney, Australia 
FILE PHOTO APR92 - An eastern grey kangaroo leaps through the air as it moves along a roadside near..... 
FILE PHOTO APR92 - An eastern grey kangaroo leaps through the air as it moves along a roadside near Sydney. [The Sydney Olympics is feeding a fateful new boom of the country's most famous symbol and other wildlife as restaurants, vying for visiting trade, will offer emus, crocodiles, and Balmain bugs (a lobster-like crustacean) for visitors. But, says one restaraunt owner, kangaroo as grilled fillets, or as a chicken substitute in caesar salad or in almost any variation desired, will be the most popular.] 
GREECE BELGIUM
RTR4SRZ 
May 30, 2000 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses journalists in Athens following a meeting with his Greek... 
Athens, Greece 
BELGIAN PM VERHOFSTADT TALKS TO REPORTERS IN ATHENS. 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt addresses journalists in Athens following a meeting with his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis May 30. The Belgian leader said that Greece's imminent acceptance into economic and monetary union (EMU) would strengthen the currency bloc.

YK 
GREECE BELGIUM
RTR4SRS 
May 30, 2000 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt (L) addresses his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis during a brief... 
Athens, Greece 
GREEK PM SIMITIS WITH BELGIAN COUNTERPART VERHOFSTADT. 
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt (L) addresses his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis during a brief news conference following their meeting in Athens May 30. The Belgian leader said that Greece's imminent entrance into economic and monetary union (EMU) would strengthen the currency bloc.

YK 
CHRISTODOULOS
RTXJQDT 
April 13, 2000 
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos delivers a religious speech during the swearing in ceremony of... 
Athens, Greece 
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos delivers a religious speech during the swearing in ceremony ..... 
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos delivers a religious speech during the swearing in ceremony of Greece's new government at the Presidential palace in Athens April 13. [Prime Minister Simitis pumped some new blood into his government but kept his top economic and foreign policy team to ensure entry into EMU and smooth relations with arch-rival Turkey. ] 
GREECE GOVERNMENT
RTR33QI 
April 13, 2000 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (C) leaves Presidential palace accompanied by (L to R) Minister of... 
Athens, Greece 
GREEK PM SIMITIS AND MINISTERS LEAVE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (C) leaves Presidential palace accompanied by (L to R) Minister of Environment Costas Laliotis, Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos, Interior Minister Vasso Papandreou and Agriculture Minister George Anomeritis after the swearing in ceremony of his new government in Athens April 13. Simitis pumped some new blood into his government but kept his top economic and foreign policy team to ensure entry into EMU and smooth relations with arch-rival Turkey.

YK 
GREECE GOVERNMENT
RTR33QB 
April 13, 2000 
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos delivers a religious speech during the swearing in ceremony of... 
Athens, Greece 
GREEK GOVERNMENT IS SWORN IN BY ORTHODOX ARCHBISHOP CHRISTODOULOS. 
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos delivers a religious speech during the swearing in ceremony of Greece's new government at the Presidential palace in Athens April 13. Prime Minister Simitis pumped some new blood into his government but kept his top economic and foreign policy team to ensure entry into EMU and smooth relations with arch-rival Turkey.

YK 
GREECE GOVERNMENT
RTR33PH 
April 13, 2000 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (L) listens to Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos (R) prior to a swearing... 
Athens, Greece 
GREEK PM SIMITIS IS SWORN IN. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (L) listens to Orthodox Archbishop Christodoulos (R) prior to a swearing in ceremony of his new government at the Presidential palace in Athens April 13. Simitis pumped some new blood into his government but kept his top economic and foreign policy team to ensure entry into EMU and smooth relations with arch-rival Turkey.

YK/FMS 
GREECE GOVERNMENT
RTR33O3 
April 13, 2000 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (L) places his hand on the holy book during the swearing in ceremony... 
Athens, Greece 
GREEK PM SIMITIS SWORN IN. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis (L) places his hand on the holy book during the swearing in ceremony of his new government at the Presidential palace in Athens April 13. Simitis pumped some new blood into his government but kept his top economic and foreign policy team to ensure entry into EMU and smooth relations with arch-rival Turkey.

YK/FMS 
ROYALS
RTXJM1K 
March 22, 2000 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School... 
Bourke, Australia 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public Sc..... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia. 
AUSTRALIA-QUEEN
RTR2G7H 
March 22, 2000 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School... 
Bourkeb, Australia 
QUEEN ELIZABETH SMILES AS SHE VISITS SCHOOL IN BOURKE. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth smiles after being given an emu's egg by children from Bourke Public School March 22. The Queen visited the town of about 3,500 in outback New South Wales, 900 kms (560 miles) north west of Sydney as part of her 16-day tour of Australia.

RUS/CC 
AUSTRALIA
RTRFCP 
January 19, 2000 
Animal handler Annette Gifford cools down "Dubbo" the emu with an early morning soaking at Sydney's harbourside... 
Sydney, Australia 
AN EMU GETS AN EARLY MORNING BATH AT TARONGA ZOO. 
Animal handler Annette Gifford cools down "Dubbo" the emu with an early morning soaking at Sydney's harbourside Taronga Park Zoo, January 19. Sydney is expecting a hot summer's day with temperatures to reach 33 degrees Celcius.

JP/SC/CC 
GREECE DEUTCHLAND
RTREL9 
January 18, 2000 
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) shakes hands with his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis prior to their... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
DUTCH PM KOK SHAKE HANDS WITH GREEK COUNTERPART SIMITIS IN ATHENS. 
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) shakes hands with his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis prior to their meeting in Athens January 18. Kok, on a two-day official visit to Greece, said the country's economy had made substantial progress in recent years, opening the door of EMU.

YK 
GREECE
RTREL4 
January 18, 2000 
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) chats with his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis prior to their meeting... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
DUTCH PM KOK CHATS WITH GREEK COUNTERPART SIMITIS IN ATHENS. 
Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) chats with his Greek counterpart Costas Simitis prior to their meeting in Athens January 18. Kok, on a two-day official visit to Greece, said the country's economy had made substantial progress in recent years, opening the door of EMU.

YK 
GREECE SIMITIS
RTRTB45 
December 14, 1999 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis speaks to reporters in Athens during a news conference December 14.... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
GREEK PRIME MINISTER SIMITIS SPEAKS TO REPORTERS ON EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK IN ATHENS. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis speaks to reporters in Athens during a news conference December 14. Greece is discussing with the European Central Bank the scope for revaluing the drachma's central ERM-2 parity ahead of targeted EMU entry in 2001, Simitis said in a statement.

YK 
GREECE SIMITIS
RTRTB3Y 
December 14, 1999 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis speaks to reporters in Athens during a news conference December 14.... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
GREEK PRIME MINISTER SIMITIS IS INTERVIEWED IN ATHENS. 
Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis speaks to reporters in Athens during a news conference December 14. Greece is discussing with the European Central Bank the scope for revaluing the drachma's central ERM-2 parity ahead of targeted EMU entry in 2001, Simitis said in a statement.

YK/AA 
SPORT BOXING
RTR13D4D 
December 05, 1999 
Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine shows off his title belt after winning a European championship heavyweight... 
Hanover, Germany - FDR 
KLITSCHKO FROM UKRAINE CELEBRATES AFTER WON AGAINST LAJOS FROM HUNGARY. 
Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine shows off his title belt after winning a European championship heavyweight fight in the EMU association against Eros Lajos of Hungary in Hanover December 5. Klitscko won the fight in the second round.

PEM 
SPORT BOXING
RTR13D4B 
December 05, 1999 
Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine celebrates after winning his European championship heavyweight fight... 
Hanover, Germany - FDR 
KLITSCHKO FROM UKRAINE CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING AGAINST LAJOS FROM HUNGARY. 
Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine celebrates after winning his European championship heavyweight fight in the EMU association against Eros Lajos of Hungary in Hanover December 5. Klitscko won the fight in the second round.

PEM/GB 
SPORT BOXING
RTR13D3R 
December 05, 1999 
Wladimir Klitschko (L) of the Ukraine celebrates after winning his European championship heavyweight... 
Hanover, Germany - FDR 
KLITSCHKO OF THE UKRAINE CELEBRATES AFTER WINNING AGAINST LAJOS OF HUNGARY. 
Wladimir Klitschko (L) of the Ukraine celebrates after winning his European championship heavyweight fight in the EMU association against Eros Lajos (R) of Hungary in Hanover December 5. Klitscko won the fight in the second round.

PEM/GB 
SPORT BOXING
RTR13D3O 
December 05, 1999 
Wladimir Klitschko (R) of the Ukraine returns a punch to Eros Lajos of Hungary during their European... 
Hanover, Germany - FDR 
KLITSCHKO OF UKRAINE RETURNS A PUNCH TO LAJOS OF HUNGARY. 
Wladimir Klitschko (R) of the Ukraine returns a punch to Eros Lajos of Hungary during their European championship heavyweight fight in the EMU association in Hanover December 5. Klitscko won the fight in the second round after Lajos gave up.

PEM 
SPORT BOXING
RTR13D3L 
December 05, 1999 
Wladimir Klitschko (L) of the Ukraine takes a punch from Eros Lajos of Hungary during their European... 
Hanover, Germany - FDR 
KLITSCHKO FROM UKRAINE TAKES A PUNCH FROM LAJOS OF HUNGARY. 
Wladimir Klitschko (L) of the Ukraine takes a punch from Eros Lajos of Hungary during their European championship heavyweight fight at the EMU association in Hanover December 5. Klitscko won the fight in the second round after Lajos gave up.

PEM/GB 
PAPANDONIOU
RTXJCI3 
November 30, 1999 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou is interviewed in Athens November 30. Papandoniou said that... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou is interviewed in Athens November 30. Papandoniou said th..... 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou is interviewed in Athens November 30. Papandoniou said that current inflation trends in Greece and the European Union show Greece will meet the inflation criterion for EMU membership, but it will be a close call until the end.
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GREECE EMU
RTRSTQ4 
November 30, 1999 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou is interviewed in Athens November 30. Papandoniou said that... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
GREEK FINANCE MINISTER PAPANDONIOU INTERVIEWED IN ATHENS. 
Greek Finance Minister Yannos Papandoniou is interviewed in Athens November 30. Papandoniou said that current inflation trends in Greece and the European Union show Greece will meet the inflation criterion for EMU membership, but it will be a close call until the end.

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