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BASEBALL-MLB-HOU-WAS/PARADE
RTX772LA
November 02, 2019
Master Sergeant Matthew Summers, euphonium player with ÒThe PresidentÕs OwnÓ United States Marine Band,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Master Sergeant Matthew Summers, euphonium player with ÒThe PresidentÕs OwnÓ United States Marine Band...
Master Sergeant Matthew Summers, euphonium player with ÒThe PresidentÕs OwnÓ United States Marine Band, chats to Azacca and Dawson Hegarty before the nation's capital celebrates the World Series victory of the Major League Baseball champion Washington Nationals with a parade and rally in Washington, November 2, 2019. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
GREECE-EURO/POLL
RTR3ANER
November 20, 2012
A municipality worker plays an euphonium as he marches in front of the parliament during a rally against...
Athens, Greece
Municipality worker plays euphonium as he marches front of the parliament in Athens
A municipality worker plays an euphonium as he marches in front of the parliament during a rally against state sector layoffs demanded by the country's international lenders, in Athens November 20, 2012. Most Greeks want their country to stay in the euro zone even though they are increasingly angry about the job losses, pay cuts and other sacrifices demanded by international lenders, a poll showed on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE-DEBT/
RTR3ALX8
November 19, 2012
A municipality worker plays a euphonium as he takes part in a rally against state sector layoffs demanded...
Athens, Greece
A municipality worker plays an euphonium as he takes part in a rally outside the city hall in Athens
A municipality worker plays a euphonium as he takes part in a rally against state sector layoffs demanded by the country's international lenders, outside the city hall in Athens November 19, 2012. Greece approved laws on Monday to enforce budget targets and ensure privatisation proceeds are used to pay off debt, seeking to appease foreign lenders before a critical meeting of euro zone finance ministers. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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