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TURKEY/
RTR2DASA
April 30, 2010
President of Ford Europe John Fleming (R) is escorted by Ford Otosan General Manager Nuri Otay during...
Kocaeli, Turkey
President of Ford Europe John Fleming is escorted by Ford Otosan General Manager Nuri Otay during a ceremony...
President of Ford Europe John Fleming (R) is escorted by Ford Otosan General Manager Nuri Otay during a ceremony at the Ford Otosan Ihsaniye car plant near the western Turkish city of Kocaeli, April 30, 2010, to mark the production of the six millionth vehicle over 45 years since it was launched. Ford Otosan is the joint venture of Turkey's leading carmaker Koc Group and Ford Motor Company. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FUEL-PROTESTS/SPAIN
RTX6TUO
June 12, 2008
A police car escorts a truck near the Ford factory in Almussafes near Valencia during the fourth day...
Valencia, Spain
A police car escorts a truck near the Ford factory in Valencia
A police car escorts a truck near the Ford factory in Almussafes near Valencia during the fourth day of a nationwide truck driver strike, June 12, 2008. Spain promised "zero tolerance" for violence by striking truckers after police cleared picket lines blocking highways during a fuel protest. The government said deliveries of food and other goods were returning to normal on Thursday after an agreement with most of the strikers on Wednesday although food distribution centres reported shortages and car factories remained at a standstill. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN)
SPORT RALLY
RTR1AI32
December 04, 2005
Stig Blomqvist from Sweden and Ana Goni of Venezuela drive their Ford Escort RS during East African Safari...
Nairobi, Kenya
Blomqvist from Sweden and Goni of Venezuela drive their Ford Escort RS during East African Safari classic...
Stig Blomqvist from Sweden and Ana Goni of Venezuela drive their Ford Escort RS during East African Safari classic rally near Nairobi during the third day of the competition December 4, 2005. Blomqvist is one of the favourites from about 48 crews representing 17 nations participating at the classic car rally, which covers a marathon 4,200 kilometres (2,610 miles) over nine days. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
SPORT RALLY
RTR1AHZ3
December 04, 2005
Britain's Iain Freestone and Rod MacLean drive their Ford Escort RS during the third day of the East...
Nairobi, Kenya
Britain's Freestone and MacLean drive their Ford Escort RS during East African Safari classic rally near...
Britain's Iain Freestone and Rod MacLean drive their Ford Escort RS during the third day of the East African Safari classic rally near Nairobi December 4, 2005. About 48 crews representing 17 nations are participating in the classic car rally which cover a marathon 4,200 km (2,610 miles) over nine days. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
SAFRICA DRUGS
RTRJ0KD
May 07, 2004
South African police watch bags full of dagga (drugs) before burning them at Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal...
South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE WATCH BAGS FULL OF DRUGS BEFORE BURNING.
South African police watch bags full of dagga (drugs) before burning them at Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa May 7, 2004. South African police on Friday destroyed 20 tons of dagga and 2 tons of dried dagga seeds worth more than 100 millions rands ($14,224.751 million) during their swoop operation along Drakensberg areas. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya jn/CRB
SAFRICA DRUGS
RTRJ0J2
May 07, 2004
A South African police officer carries a container full of dagga (drugs) at Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal...
South Africa - Republic of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE CARRIES CONTAINER OF DRUGS TO BURN.
A South African police officer carries a container full of dagga (drugs) at Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa May 7, 2004. South African police destroyed 20 tons of dagga and 2 tons of dried dagga seeds worth more than 100 millions rands ($14,224.751 million ) during their swoop operation along Drakensberg areas. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya jn/CRB
KENYA RALLY
RTRQYRV
December 17, 2003
A spectator cheers the legendary French rally ace Michelle Mouton - the first woman winner of a World...
Kenya
SPECTATOR CHEERS FRENCH RALLY ACE MOUTON IN THE EAST AFRICAN RALLY IN KENYA.
A spectator cheers the legendary French rally ace Michelle Mouton - the first woman winner of a World Championship rally in 1981 at San Remo - and co-driver Ana Goni of Venezuela as they drive a Ford Escort on a rough road in Kenya's Ulu region December 17, 2003 during the 8th day of the East African Safari Rally. 53 vintage cars from 16 nations, all built before the seventies are participating in the 50th anniversary of the rally. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RS/CRB
RTRQSVW
December 04, 2003
A 2004 Ford Focus (front, R) escorts a 2005 Focus prototype (back, L)
down the "Customer Acceptance...
UNITED STATES
FORD 2004 FOCUS ESCORTS 2005 PROTOTYPE DOWN LINE.
A 2004 Ford Focus (front, R) escorts a 2005 Focus prototype (back, L)
down the "Customer Acceptance Line" at Ford Motor Company's Wayne
Assembly Plant December 4, 2003 after Ford unveiled the 2005 Focus in
Wayne, Michigan. Ford said it would spend $240 million to consolidate
North American production of its Ford Focus car in Michigan,
transferring work from a Mexican plant. The $240 million will be spent
over the next four years, as Ford adds on to its Wayne, Michigan, plant
that already builds Focus sedans and wagons in order to build the Focus
hatchbacks currently assembled in Hermosillo. After a rough launch in
1999, Ford has recently begun touting the compact Focus again, saying
its quality problems have been fixed, as evidenced by Consumer Reports
giving the Focus a "recommended" rating this year.
THAILAND RALLY
RTRVJZK
June 18, 2000
A 30-year-old Ford escort rally car is driven off the front of a giant heavy-lift Antonov cargo plane...
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Kingdom of
A VETERAN RALLY CAR IS UNLOADED FROM AN ANTONOV PLANE IN CHIANG MAI.
A 30-year-old Ford escort rally car is driven off the front of a giant heavy-lift Antonov cargo plane at sunset June 17 in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand as the annual London to Sydney Marathon car rally lands in Thailand from Ankara, Turkey. Over 100 competitors, driving a motely range of classic cars ranging from 1960's era Mercedes Benz saloons to Russian Skodas, are taking part in the one-month-long, 16,000 mile journey which will end in the Olympic city of Sydney on July 4. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

JIR/DL
YUGOSLAVIA STRIKES CAR
RTRNYKY
April 12, 1999
A man reacts as he looks at a Ford Escort car damaged in what Yugoslavia's official news agency Tanjug...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
A MAN LOOKS AT DAMAGED CAR IN PRISTINA.
A man reacts as he looks at a Ford Escort car damaged in what Yugoslavia's official news agency Tanjug said was a NATO attack in Pristina April 12, where three persons were killed and one seriously wounded. Throughout the night NATO hit what it said were military-related industrial targets including an oil refinery, the country's only car plant and factories in central Serbia.

PEK/CLH/
FORD FOCUS
RTXII90
March 03, 1998
The Ford Focus is shown at the press preview of the Geneva Car Show March 3. The Focus is the follow-up...
The Ford Focus is shown at the press preview of the Geneva Car Show March 3. The Focus is the follo.....
The Ford Focus is shown at the press preview of the Geneva Car Show March 3. The Focus is the follow-up to Ford's most successful model, the Escort, which has sold around 20 million cars worldwide. The Ford Focus is powered by four different engines including a 1,6 litre petrol engine and a 1,8 diesel. It also features computerised anti-lock braking, a hands-free telephone and a satellite navigator.
RTRBXDY
March 03, 1998
The Ford Focus is shown at the press preview of the Geneva Car Show March 3. The Focus is the follow-up...
Switzerland
FORD FOCUS AT GENEVA CAR SHOW
The Ford Focus is shown at the press preview of the Geneva Car Show March 3. The Focus is the follow-up to Ford's most successful model, the Escort, which has sold around 20 million cars worldwide. The Ford Focus is powered by four different engines including a 1,6 litre petrol engine and a 1,8 diesel. It also features computerised anti-lock braking, a hands-free telephone and a satellite navigator.

SWITZERLAND
BRITAIN
RTRAZXG
February 02, 1998
A Ford car worker puts the finishing touches to an Escort car at the Halewood car plant on Merseyside...
Liverpool
PRODUCTION LINE AT THE FORD HALEWOOD PLANT
A Ford car worker puts the finishing touches to an Escort car at the Halewood car plant on Merseyside February 2. Prime Minister Tony Blair announced on Monday government support for the production of a new Jaguar saloon car at Halewood.

BRITAIN
RTR8WWP
November 23, 1997
Spain's Carlos Sainz flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the first...
Georgia
SPAIN'S CARLOS SAINZ FLIES THROUGH THE RALLY COURSE
Spain's Carlos Sainz flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the first day of the British RAC Rally November 23. Tomorrow the cars compete in the woodlands of Wales.

SPORT RALLY
RTR8WWI
November 23, 1997
Finland's Juha Kankkunen flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the...
United Kingdom
FINLAND'S KANKKUNEN FLIES THROUGH THE RALLY COURSE
Finland's Juha Kankkunen flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the first day of the British RAC Rally November 23. Tomorrow the cars compete in the woodlands of Wales.

SPORT RALLY
RTR8WVC
November 23, 1997
Spain's Carlos Sainz flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the first...
Georgia
SPAIN'S CARLOS SAINZ FLIES THROUGH THE RALLY COURSE
Spain's Carlos Sainz flies his Ford Escort over the jumps at the Millbrook Testing Centre on the first day of the British RAC Rally November 23. Tomorrow the cars compete in the woodlands of Wales.

SPORT RALLY
RTR3X7M
May 22, 1997
Spaniard Carlos Sainz drives his Ford Escort past the Cordoba Cathedral, at the start of the XVII Argentine...
Argentina
SPANIARD SAINZ DRIVES AT THE START OF THE ARGENTINE RALLY
Spaniard Carlos Sainz drives his Ford Escort past the Cordoba Cathedral, at the start of the XVII Argentine Motor Rally on May 22. Sainz was leading at the end of the second stage, despite landing heavily off a jump, but then damaged his car going through water which cost him vital time.

SPORT RALLY
AUTOMOBILES
RTXF8BB
October 03, 1994
Workmen ease the new Ford Escort Ghia into an alley as preparation continues for the World Car Show,...
Workmen ease the new Ford Escort Ghia into an alley as preparation continues for the World Car Show,.....
Workmen ease the new Ford Escort Ghia into an alley as preparation continues for the World Car Show, October 3rd
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