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FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ9T 
September 02, 2015 
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont... 
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ91 
September 02, 2015 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ8F 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7Q 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7N 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7L 
September 02, 2015 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ78 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6R 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6N 
September 02, 2015 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6I 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ3B 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ2W 
September 02, 2015 
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in... 
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ2B 
September 02, 2015 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ1Q 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ0S 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPZW 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPZU 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPY5 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPXW 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPWX 
September 02, 2015 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPWB 
September 02, 2015 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in... 
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPVA 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPV8 
September 02, 2015 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPV6 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPQL 
September 02, 2015 
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's... 
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's pilots work in the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPU 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPB 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPA 
September 02, 2015 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPO4 
September 02, 2015 
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, 
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPNK 
September 02, 2015 
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPM6 
September 02, 2015 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPLN 
September 02, 2015 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPKW 
September 02, 2015 
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPKB 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPK8 
September 02, 2015 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJT 
September 02, 2015 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan 
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJI 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJF 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPIX 
September 02, 2015 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015.... 
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan 
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau 
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTX1OP1F 
August 18, 2015 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during... 
CHELAN, UNITED STATES 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during... 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during a news conference about the Chelan Complex Fire, at the Chelan Fire Station in Chelan, Washington August 18, 2015. The U.S. Army mobilized soldiers on Monday to reinforce civilian fire fighters stretched thin by dozens of major wildfires roaring largely unchecked across the West, with more than 100 homes reduced to ruins in several states. REUTERS/David Ryder 
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTX1OP1D 
August 18, 2015 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during... 
CHELAN, UNITED STATES 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during... 
Chris Schulte, incident commander of the Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 2, speaks during a news conference about the Chelan Complex Fire, at the Chelan Fire Station in Chelan, Washington August 18, 2015. The U.S. Army mobilized soldiers on Monday to reinforce civilian fire fighters stretched thin by dozens of major wildfires roaring largely unchecked across the West, with more than 100 homes reduced to ruins in several states. REUTERS/David Ryder 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/ISRAEL-SYRIA
RTR4M6BS 
January 20, 2015 
Ahmad, the son of Lebanon's Hezbollah commander Mohamad Issa, known as Abu Issa, rides a vehicle as he... 
ARAB-SALIM, Lebanon 
Ahmad, the son of Lebanon's Hezbollah commander Mohamad Issa, known as Abu Issa, rides a vehicle as he... 
Ahmad, the son of Lebanon's Hezbollah commander Mohamad Issa, known as Abu Issa, rides a vehicle as he carries his father's rifle during his funeral in Arab-Salim, south Lebanon January 20, 2015. U.N. peacekeepers stationed in the Golan Heights along the Syrian-Israeli border observed drones coming from the Israeli side before and after an airstrike that killed several top Hezbollah figures, the U.N. said Monday. Sunday's strike hit a convoy carrying commander Mohamad Issa, known as Abu Issa, in Quneitra, near Golan Heights, a Hezbollah statement said. An Iranian general killed in the Israeli air strike in Syria was not its intended target and Israel believed it was attacking only low-ranking guerrillas, a senior security source said on Tuesday. The remarks by the Israeli source, who declined to be identified because Israel has not officially confirmed it carried out the strike, appeared aimed at containing any escalation with Iran or the Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla group.
REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR4K18M 
January 04, 2015 
Umm Mohamad, a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, speaks on a walkie-talkie... 
Aleppo, Syria 
Mohamad, a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, speaks on a walkie-talkie... 
Umm Mohamad, a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, speaks on a walkie-talkie in front of a Free Syrian Army police station in Aleppo January 3, 2015. This battalion, controlled by the Free Syrian Army, provides aid and security in addition to being a full military unit. The women who make up this force not only operate as fighters on the Old Aleppo frontline, but are also in charge of two field hospitals for injured fighters and a police station for women detainees. The text on the wall reads in Arabic, "Revolutionary Military Police". Picture taken January 3, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR4K18C 
January 04, 2015 
Umm Mohamad (C), a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, talks with... 
Aleppo, Syria 
Mohamad, a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, talks with fellow... 
Umm Mohamad (C), a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, talks with fellow Free Syrian Army fighters in Old Aleppo January 3, 2015. This battalion, controlled by the Free Syrian Army, provides aid and security in addition to being a full military unit. The women who make up this force not only operate as fighters on the Old Aleppo frontline, but are also in charge of two field hospitals for injured fighters and a police station for women detainees. Picture taken January 3, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR4K17E 
January 04, 2015 
Umm Mohamad (L), a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, hands a box... 
Aleppo, Syria 
Mohamad, a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, hands a box of medical... 
Umm Mohamad (L), a masters graduate and commander of the all-female Mother Aisha battalion, hands a box of medical supplies to a fellow member of the battalion near a field hospital in Aleppo January 3, 2015. The Mother Aisha battalion, controlled by the Free Syrian Army, provides aid and security in addition to being a full military unit. The women who make up this force not only operate as fighters on the Old Aleppo frontline, but are also in charge of two field hospitals for injured fighters and a police station for women detainees. Picture taken January 3, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3B4HK 
December 02, 2012 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Goma, Congo Republic 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma December 2, 2012. Hundreds of rebel fighters, singing and brandishing weapons, pulled out of Congo's eastern border city of Goma on Saturday, raising hopes for negotiations to end the insurgency. The withdrawal of the M23 rebel movement from Goma on Lake Kivu, a strategic hub in Democratic Republic of Congo's war-scarred east, was agreed in a deal brokered by presidents of the Great Lakes states under Uganda's leadership a week ago. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3B4HJ 
December 02, 2012 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Goma, Congo Republic 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma December 2, 2012. Hundreds of rebel fighters, singing and brandishing weapons, pulled out of Congo's eastern border city of Goma on Saturday, raising hopes for negotiations to end the insurgency. The withdrawal of the M23 rebel movement from Goma on Lake Kivu, a strategic hub in Democratic Republic of Congo's war-scarred east, was agreed in a deal brokered by presidents of the Great Lakes states under Uganda's leadership a week ago. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3B4GI 
December 02, 2012 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Goma, Congo Republic 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma December 2, 2012. Hundreds of rebel fighters, singing and brandishing weapons, pulled out of Congo's eastern border city of Goma on Saturday, raising hopes for negotiations to end the insurgency. The withdrawal of the M23 rebel movement from Goma on Lake Kivu, a strategic hub in Democratic Republic of Congo's war-scarred east, was agreed in a deal brokered by presidents of the Great Lakes states under Uganda's leadership a week ago. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTR3B4GG 
December 02, 2012 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Goma, Congo Republic 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma... 
Police officers stand in a line as they listen to their commander in front of a police station in Goma December 2, 2012. Hundreds of rebel fighters, singing and brandishing weapons, pulled out of Congo's eastern border city of Goma on Saturday, raising hopes for negotiations to end the insurgency. The withdrawal of the M23 rebel movement from Goma on Lake Kivu, a strategic hub in Democratic Republic of Congo's war-scarred east, was agreed in a deal brokered by presidents of the Great Lakes states under Uganda's leadership a week ago. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS SOCIETY) 
UGANDA-LRA/
RTR320O2 
May 13, 2012 
Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) commander Caesar Achellam (C) greets Uganda army spokesman Felix Kulyigye... 
DJEMA, Central African Republic 
Lord's Resistance Army commander Caesar Achellam greets Uganda army spokesman Felix Kulyigye in Djem 
Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) commander Caesar Achellam (C) greets Uganda army spokesman Felix Kulyigye in Djema May 13, 2012, after he was captured by Ugandan soldiers tracking down LRA fugitive leaders at a forest bordering the Central African Republic (CAR) and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Uganda captured Achellam, one of the top five members of the LRA, bringing it a step closer to catching Joseph Kony, the notorious rebel leader accused of war crimes, the military said on Sunday. REUTERS/James Akena (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
LIBYA/
RTR2LXXO 
May 02, 2011 
Rebel fighters sit in a bullet-riddled command post next to a poster featuring a notice for a missing... 
Ajdabiyah, Libya 
Rebel fighters sit in a bullet-riddled command post next to a poster featuring a notice for a missing... 
Rebel fighters sit in a bullet-riddled command post next to a poster featuring a notice for a missing civilian in a rebel defense position at the western gate of Ajdabiyah May 3, 2011. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT) 
AFGHANISTAN-KANDAHAR/
RTR2L5M7 
April 13, 2011 
A new mosque sits next to a U.S.-Afghan military post in the village of Tarok Kalache in the Arghandab... 
TAROK KALACHE, Afghanistan 
A new mosque sits next to a U.S.-Afghan military post in the village of Tarok Kalache in the Arghandab... 
A new mosque sits next to a U.S.-Afghan military post in the village of Tarok Kalache in the Arghandab Valley, north of Kandahar April 11, 2011. The village was destroyed by U.S. war planes on October 6, 2010 after U.S. Army commanders determined it was being used as a base of operations by Taliban fighters. The U.S. government is now paying for the rebuilding of this village and two others that were also hit by U.S. air strikes. Picture taken April 11, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS RELIGION) 
LIBYA/
RTR2K688 
March 20, 2011 
An Italian Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon is parked in a hangar at the Gioia del Colle NATO Airbase in southern... 
Gioa Del Colle, Italy 
An Italian Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon is parked in a hangar at the Gioia del Colle NATO Airbase in southern... 
An Italian Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon is parked in a hangar at the Gioia del Colle NATO Airbase in southern Italy March 20, 2011. Italy has deployed dozens of combat aircraft at its base at Trapani, in western Sicily in readiness for possible involvement in airstrikes on Libya. Eight jets have been assigned to the coalition command and are ready to take part in operations immediately, Defence Minister Ignazio La Russa said on Sunday. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito ( ITALY - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT) 
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