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CRASH FERRY
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October 16, 2003
National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Ellen Engleman (L) and
Chief Investigator, Robert Ford...
New York
NTSB INSPECTS FERRY CRASH IN NEW YORK.
National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Ellen Engleman (L) and
Chief Investigator, Robert Ford (R) inspect the damage to the Andrew J.
Barberi, one of the ships of the Staten Island Ferry, in New York on
October 16, 2003. The ferry boat pilot who lost control, crashed into a
pier and fled the scene in distress was the main focus of a probe into
Wednesday's accident that killed 10 people and injured dozens,
officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Pool/Frank Franklin II

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CRIME WEST VIRGINIA
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August 21, 2003
Business was normal August 21, 2003 at the Dunbar Go-Mart where a
teenager believed she was shot at...
Charleston
SNIPER SHOOTINGS IN CHARLESTON WEST VIRGINIA.
Business was normal August 21, 2003 at the Dunbar Go-Mart where a
teenager believed she was shot at late August 20 in the Dunbar area of
Charleston, West Virginia. Investigators are probing three previous
sniper-style shootings in the area that left three people dead.
Officials are looking for a dark-colored Ford 150 pickup truck.
REUTERS/John Sommers

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NASSER
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June 19, 2001
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser holds his hand up as he is sworn in prior to testifying...
Washington, USA
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser holds his hand up as he is sworn in prior to tes.....
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser holds his hand up as he is sworn in prior to testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Capitol Hill, June 19, 2001. U.S. auto safety regulators are considering an investigation of the Ford Explorer sport utility vehicle in addition to a probe of Firestone tires, a Transportation Department official said on Tuesday. Michael Jackson, deputy transportation secretary, told a congressional hearing in written testimony that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is conducting an analysis to determine if a formal investigation is warranted.
AUTOS BRIDGESTONE
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June 19, 2001
Ford Explorers, which were driven to Washington by owners and United Auto Workers (UAW) representatives...
Washington, USA
FORD EXPLORERS GATHER AT RFK STADIUM FOR SAFETY CONFIDENCE RALLY.
Ford Explorers, which were driven to Washington by owners and United Auto Workers (UAW) representatives from several states, are parked at RFK Stadium for a "Safety Confidence" rally June 19, 2001. U.S. auto safety regulators are considering an investigation of the Ford Explorer sport utility vehicle in addition to a probe of Firestone tires, a Transportation Department official said on Tuesday.

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AUTOS BRIDGESTONE
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June 19, 2001
Ford Explorers, which were driven to Washington by owners and United Auto Workers (UAW) representatives...
Washington, USA
FORD EXPLORERS GATHER AT RFK STADIUM FOR SAFETY CONFIDENCE RALLY.
Ford Explorers, which were driven to Washington by owners and United Auto Workers (UAW) representatives from several states, are parked at RFK Stadium for a "Safety Confidence" rally, June 19, 2001. U.S. auto safety regulators are considering an investigation of the Ford Explorer sport utility vehicle in addition to a probe of Firestone tires, a Transportation Department official said on Tuesday.

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AUTOS CONGRESS
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June 19, 2001
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser (L) testifies before the House Energy and Commerce...
Washington, USA
FORD PRESIDENT NASSER TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS.
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser (L) testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, as Bridgestone/Firestone President and CEO John Lampe (R) listens, on Capitol Hill, June 19, 2001. U.S. auto safety regulators are considering an investigation of the Ford Explorer sport utility vehicle in addition to a probe of Firestone tires, a Transportation Department official said on Tuesday. Michael Jackson, deputy transportation secretary, told a congressional hearing in written testimony that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is conducting an analysis to determine if a formal investigation is warranted.

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AUTOS CONGRESS
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June 19, 2001
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser holds his hand up as he is sworn in prior to testifying...
Washington, USA
FORD PRESIDENT NASSER SWORN IN BEFORE TESTIFYING IN CONGRESS.
Ford Motor Company President and CEO Jacques Nasser holds his hand up as he is sworn in prior to testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Capitol Hill, June 19, 2001. U.S. auto safety regulators are considering an investigation of the Ford Explorer sport utility vehicle in addition to a probe of Firestone tires, a Transportation Department official said on Tuesday. Michael Jackson, deputy transportation secretary, told a congressional hearing in written testimony that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is conducting an analysis to determine if a formal investigation is warranted.

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WATANABE
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June 01, 2001
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe shows a chart during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe shows a chart during a news conference at Bridgestone hea.....
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe shows a chart during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters office in Tokyo June 1, 2001 on its U.S. unit's request for a government probe into certain models of Ford Motor Co's Explorer. [The Japan's largest tyre maker Bridgestone's U.S. subsidiary Firestone said on Thursday it had asked the federal government to investigate certain Explorer models, the popular sport utility vehicle at the centre of last year's massive recall of Firestone tyres.]
WATANABE
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June 01, 2001
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe speaks during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe speaks during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarte.....
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe speaks during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters office in Tokyo June 1, 2001 on its U.S. unit's request for a government probe into certain models of Ford Motor Co's Explorer. [Japan's largest tyre maker Bridgestone's U.S. subsidiary Firestone said on Thursday it had asked the federal government to investigate certain Explorer models, the popular sport utility vehicle at the centre of last year's massive recall of Firestone tyres. ]
AUTO BRIDGESTONE JAPAN
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June 01, 2001
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe shows a chart during a news
conference at Bridgestone headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN'S LARGEST TYRE MAKER BRIDGESTONE PRESIDENT WATANABE SHOWS A
CHART DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO....
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe shows a chart during a news
conference at Bridgestone headquarters office in Tokyo June 1, 2001 on its
U.S. unit's request for a government probe into certain models of Ford Motor
Co's Explorer. The Japan's largest tyre maker Bridgestone's U.S. subsidiary
Firestone said on Thursday it had asked the federal government to
investigate certain Explorer models, the popular sport utility vehicle at
the centre of last year's massive recall of Firestone tyres.

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AUTO BRIDGESTONE JAPAN
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June 01, 2001
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe speaks during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN'S LARGEST TYRE MAKER BRIDGESTONE PRESIDENT WATANABE SPEAKS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
Bridgestone Corp President Shigeo Watanabe speaks during a news conference at Bridgestone headquarters office in Tokyo June 1, 2001 on its U.S. unit's request for a government probe into certain models of Ford Motor Co's Explorer. Japan's largest tyre maker Bridgestone's U.S. subsidiary Firestone said on Thursday it had asked the federal government to investigate certain Explorer models, the popular sport utility vehicle at the centre of last year's massive recall of Firestone tyres.

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OPERNPREMIERE
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April 05, 2001
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen...
Salzburg, Austria
PREMIERE VON "FALSTAFF" IM RAHMEN DER OSTERFESTSPIELE IN SALZBURG.
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen Leitung von Claudio Abbado Premiere. Im Bild Ruggiero Raimondi (R) als Falstaff und Carmela Remigio als Mrs. Alice Ford waehrend einer Probe.

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OPERNPREMIERE
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April 05, 2001
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen...
Salzburg, Austria
PREMIERE VON "FALSTAFF" IM RAHMEN DER OSTERFESTSPIELE IN SALZBURG.
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen Leitung von Claudio Abbado Premiere. Im Bild v.L.n.R. Enrico Facini als Dr. Cajus, Lucio Gallo als Ford, Anatoli Kotscherga als Pistola und Anthony Mee als Bardolfo waehrend einer Probe.

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OPERNPREMIERE
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April 05, 2001
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen...
Salzburg, Austria
PREMIERE VON "FALSTAFF" IM RAHMEN DER OSTERFESTSPIELE IN SALZBURG.
In Salzburg hat am 7. April 2001 im Rahmen der Osterfestspiele Guiseppe Verdis "Falstaff" unter der musikalischen Leitung von Claudio Abbado Premiere. Im Bild v.L.n.R. Carmela Remigio als Mrs. Alice Ford, Stella Doufexis als Mrs. Meg Page und Dorothea Roeschmann als Nanetta waehrend einer Probe.

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March 17, 1997
William Carroll, Public Relations spokesman for the Ford Motor Assembly Plant, tells reporters March...
multiple countries
FORD SPOKESMAN WILLIAM CARROLL TALKS TO THE PRESS IN OHIO
William Carroll, Public Relations spokesman for the Ford Motor Assembly Plant, tells reporters March 17 the company will discontinue the passenger car system at their plant here in Lorain. It will take place later this year and will affect about 2,500 employees. In addition to killing off the current Thunderbird and Cougar mid-size coupes, Ford said it will discontinue the Probe sport coupe and the Aerostar minivan this summer.

USA FORD
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March 17, 1997
Bill Allen, president of UAW Local 425, holds a news release regarding the Ford Motor Company's announcing...
UNITED STATES
UAW LOCAL 425 PRESIDENT BILL ALLEN SHOWS PRESS RELEASE
Bill Allen, president of UAW Local 425, holds a news release regarding the Ford Motor Company's announcing the discontinuing of the passenger car system at the Lorain Assembly Plant. He said the union members felt betrayed at the news. The announcement came at a news conference here March 17. In addition to killing off the current Thunderbird and Cougar mid-size coupes, Ford said it will discontinue the Probe sport coupe and the Aerostar minivan this summer.

USA FORD
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March 17, 1997
Ed Prestileo, supervisor at the Ford Motor Assembly Plant, checks a Cougar coming off the assembly line...
UNITED STATES
COUGAR COMES OFF ASSEMBLY LINE AT FORD PLANT
Ed Prestileo, supervisor at the Ford Motor Assembly Plant, checks a Cougar coming off the assembly line March 17. The Cougar, and three passenger cars will be discontinued at this plant later this year. The announcement came at a new conference here March 17. In addition to killing off the current Thunderbird and Cougar mid-size coupes, Ford said it will discontinue the Probe sport coupe and the Aerostar minivan this summer.

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JAPAN
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May 17, 1995
Foreign car dealer Tomoyuki Isobe takes a look at a left-hand-drive Cadillac Concours, which sells for...
Tokyo, Japan
Foreign car dealer Tomoyuki Isobe takes a look at a left-hand-drive Cadillac Concours, which sells f.....
Foreign car dealer Tomoyuki Isobe takes a look at a left-hand-drive Cadillac Concours, which sells for 6.69 million yen (US$76,900) in right-hand-drive Japan, at a GM dealership in Tokyo May 17. Out of the big three US auto makers only Ford Probe and Chrysler Cherokee offer right-hand-drive models for the Japanese market place
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