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AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R51U
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck...
Fremantle, Australia
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia, in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016 REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R51T
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during...
Fremantle, Australia
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Kane/POOL
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R51F
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander (L) and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck...
Fremantle, Australia
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands receives a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
King Willem-Alexander (L) and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia, in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016 REUTERS/Paul Kane/POOL
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS
RTX2R518
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during...
Fremantle, Australia
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands greet well-wishers at Victoria Quay during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS
RTX2R516
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director...
Fremantle, Australia
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director Diana Jones and Curator Michael McCarthy at the Shipwreck Galleries in Fremantle, Australia, on October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS
RTX2R515
October 31, 2016
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director...
Fremantle, Australia
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visit the Batavia Gallery with Museum director Diana Jones and Curator Michael McCarthy at the Shipwreck Galleries in Fremantle, Australia, on October 31, 2016. REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R50S
October 31, 2016
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands waves to well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Fremantle, Australia
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands waves to well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands waves to well-wishers on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia, in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016 REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R50R
October 31, 2016
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands receives a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Fremantle, Australia
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands receives a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands receives a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia, in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016 REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA-NETHERLANDS/
RTX2R50Q
October 31, 2016
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands carries a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Fremantle, Australia
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands carries a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events...
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands carries a bouquet on arrival at the Shipwreck Galleries during events commemorating the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dutch explorer Dirk Hartog in Western Australia, in Fremantle, Australia, October 31, 2016 REUTERS/Paul Kane/Pool
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTRM4IY
March 01, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a...
Fremantle
Britain's Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while ...
Britain's Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a Governor's Reception in Perth. Britain's Prince Charles (R) talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a Governor's Reception at the Government House in Perth March 1, 2005. Prince Charles will spend five days in Australia, visiting Perth, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. REUTERS/Tony Ashby/Pool
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTRM4IS
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a Governor's...
Fremantle
Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a ...
Prince Charles talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a Governor's Reception in Perth. Britain's Prince Charles (R) talks to British comedian, playwright and author Ben Elton while attending a Governor's Reception at the Government House in Perth March 1, 2005. Prince Charles will spend five days in Australia, visiting Perth, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. REUTERS/Tony Ashby/Pool
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTRM4IO
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles waves to well-wishers upon his arrival at the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle....
Fremantle
Prince Charles waves to well-wishers upon his arrival at the West Australian Maritime Museum in ...
Prince Charles waves to well-wishers upon his arrival at the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle. Prince Charles waves to well-wishers upon his arrival at the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle March 1, 2005. Prince Charles will spend five days in Australia, visiting Perth, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. REUTERS/Tony Ashby/Pool
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTRM4IJ
March 01, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by a crowd outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle....
Fremantle
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by a crowd outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in ...
Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by a crowd outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle. Britain's Prince Charles is greeted by a crowd outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle March 1, 2005. Prince Charles will spend five days in Australia, visiting Perth, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. REUTERS/Tony Ashby/Pool
PEOPLE AUSTRALIA ROYALS
RTR3NBY
March 01, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles walks past an Australian Republican carrying an alternative Australian flag...
Fremantle
Britain's Prince Charles walks past an Australian Republican carrying an alternative Australian ...
Britain's Prince Charles walks past an Australian Republican carrying an alternative Australian flag in Fremantle, Western Australia. Britain's Prince Charles (L) walks past a Australian Republican carrying an alternative Australian flag as he leaves the Western Australian Maritime Museum in the port city of Fremantle March 1, 2005. Prince Charles is on a five-day visit to Australia. REUTERS/Ian Waldie/Pool
AUSTRALIA
RTR3KK2
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum March 1, 2005 in Fremantle, Australia. The...
Fremantle
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle.
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum March 1, 2005 in Fremantle, Australia. The Prince is on a five-day visit to Australia. REUTERS/Ian Waldie/Pool IW/TW
AUSTRALIA
RTR3KJF
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum March 1, 2005 in Fremantle, Australia. The...
Fremantle
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle.
Prince Charles visits the Western Australian Maritime Museum March 1, 2005 in Fremantle, Australia. The Prince is on a five-day visit to Australia. REUTERS/Ian Waldie/Pool IW/TW
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTR3KDO
March 01, 2005
Police arrest an unidentified man outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia,...
Fremantle
Prince Charles shakes hands with Australians outside a museum in Fremantle.
Police arrest an unidentified man outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia, during Prince Charles' visit March 1, 2005. The prince is in Australia for five days. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool KAJ RR/TW
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTR3KCS
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles scratches his head after passing a republican demonstrator with a flag outside the West...
Fremantle
Prince Charles outside a museum in Fremantle.
Prince Charles scratches his head after passing a republican demonstrator with a flag outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia March 1, 2005. The prince is in Australia for five days. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool KAJ RR/TW
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTR3KCK
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles greets Australians outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia...
Fremantle
Prince Charles greets Australians outside a museum in Fremantle.
Prince Charles greets Australians outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia March 1, 2005. The prince is in Australia for five days. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool KAJ RR/TW
AUSTRALIA PRINCE CHARLES
RTR3KC0
March 01, 2005
Prince Charles shakes hands with Mally Hart outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle,...
Fremantle
Prince Charles shakes hands with Australians outside a museum in Fremantle.
Prince Charles shakes hands with Mally Hart outside the West Australian Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Australia March 1, 2005. The prince is in Australia for five days. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/Pool KAJ RR/TW
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRR77A
October 15, 2003
FILE PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE WHO HAS ANNOOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL...
Fremantle, Australia
FILE PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE WHO HAS ANNOOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT FROM ...
FILE PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE WHO HAS ANNOOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL RUGBY. A file photograph shows South African captain Corne Krige who has announced his retirement from international rugby at the age of 28. In this file photograph he is warming up during a training session in Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup match October 15, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPSPN
October 15, 2003
South Africa's Thinus Delport warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S THINUS DELPORT TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003 RUGBY
WORLD CUP.
South Africa's Thinus Delport warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003
Rugby World Cup, October 15, 2003. The Springboks will meet England on
Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to determine the
quarterfinal path for both teams. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPSPH
October 15, 2003
South African rugby players train in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS TRAIN IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African rugby players train in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup, October 15,
2003. The Springboks will meet England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C
game that is likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both teams.
From L-R: De Wet Barry, Ashwin Willemse, Joe van Niekerk, Bakkies
Botha, Juan Smith, Danie Coetzee and captain Corne Krige. REUTERS/Mike
Hutchings

MH/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPSPE
October 15, 2003
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia,...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003
RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003
Rugby World Cup match October 15, 2003. The Springboks will meet
England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to
determine the quarterfinal path for both teams. Krige, who sat out
South Africa's opener against Uruguay with a hamstring injury, is
likely to return for the England game. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPSOV
October 15, 2003
South Africa's Schalk Burger juggles balls during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S BURGER TRAINS IN FREMANTLE FOR RUGBY WORLD CUP MATCH
AGAINST ENGLAND.
South Africa's Schalk Burger juggles balls during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia October 15, 2003 ahead of the team's Rugby
World Cup match against England. The Springboks will meet England on
Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to determine the
quarterfinal path for both teams. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPSOP
October 15, 2003
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003
RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia for their Rugby World Cup match October
15, 2003. The Springboks will meet England on Saturday in a crucial
Pool C game that is likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both
teams. Krige, who sat out South Africa's opener against Uruguay with a
hamstring injury, is likely to return for the England game.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/FA
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR89
October 13, 2003
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia,...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003
RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African captain Corne Krige warms up during a training session in
Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003
Rugby World Cup, October 13, 2003. The Springboks meet England on
Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to determine the
quarterfinal path for both teams. Krige, who sat out South Africa's
opener against Uruguay with a hamstring injury, is likely to return for
the England game. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR7W
October 13, 2003
South African captain Corne Krige (L) chats to coach Rudolf Staeuli
during a training session in Fremantle,...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003
RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African captain Corne Krige (L) chats to coach Rudolf Staeuli
during a training session in Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of
their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup, October 13, 2003. The
Springboks meet England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is
likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both teams. Krige, who
sat out South Africa's opener against Uruguay with a hamstring injury,
is likely to return for the England game. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR7M
October 13, 2003
South African assistant coach Ray Mordt (L) takes his players through
their moves during a training...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS TRAIN IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African assistant coach Ray Mordt (L) takes his players through
their moves during a training session in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup, October 13,
2003. The Springboks meet England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game
that is likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both teams.
Pictured (2ndL-R) are Danie Coetzee, Richard Bands, Bakkies Botha and
Christo Bezuidenhout. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR7G
October 13, 2003
South African prop Richard Bands carries a tackle bag during training
in Fremantle, Western Australia,...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S RICHARD BANDS TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003 RUGBY
WORLD CUP.
South African prop Richard Bands carries a tackle bag during training
in Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003
Rugby World Cup, October 13, 2003. The Springboks meet England on
Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to determine the
quarterfinal path for both teams. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR7A
October 13, 2003
South African captain Corne Krige (R) warms up with teammate Victor
Matfield during a training session...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA'S CAPTAIN CORNE KRIGE TRAINS IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003
RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African captain Corne Krige (R) warms up with teammate Victor
Matfield during a training session in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup, October 13,
2003. The Springboks meet England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game
that is likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both teams.
Krige, who sat out South Africa's opener against Uruguay with a
hamstring injury, is likely to return for the England game.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR77
October 13, 2003
South African rugby players train in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYERS TRAIN IN FREMANTLE AT THE 2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP.
South African rugby players train in Fremantle, Western Australia,
ahead of their second game of the 2003 Rugby World Cup, October 13,
2003. The Springboks meet England on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game
that is likely to determine the quarterfinal path for both teams.
Players are (L-R) Neil de Kock, Richard Bands, John Smit, Schalk
Burger, Christo Bezuidenhout and Victor Matfield. REUTERS/Mike
Hutchings

MH/CP
SPORT RUGBY UNION WORLD
RTRPR72
October 13, 2003
South African players Louis Koen (L) and Derick Hougaard (R) train in
Fremantle, Western Australia,...
Fremantle, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY PLAYERS LOUIS KOEN AND DERICK HOUGAARD TRAINS IN
FREMANTLE.
South African players Louis Koen (L) and Derick Hougaard (R) train in
Fremantle, Western Australia, ahead of their second game of the 2003
Rugby World Cup, October 13, 2003. The Springboks meet England a week
later on Saturday in a crucial Pool C game that is likely to determine
the quarterfinal path for both teams. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

MH/CP
CRIME AUSTRALIA TOOTHFISH
RTRRYRR
October 03, 2003
Australian naval personnel wave from the stern of the Viarsa after the
vessel docked in Fremantle October...
Fremantle, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NAVAL PERSONNEL WAVE FROM THE STERN OF THE VIARSA IN
FREMANTLE.
Australian naval personnel wave from the stern of the Viarsa after the
vessel docked in Fremantle October 3, 2003. The Uruguayan-flagged boat
seized on suspicion of poaching rare Patagonian toothfish was brought
under escort to Australia on Friday after a 3,900-nautical mile chase,
with its crew taken away for questioning. REUTERS/The West
Australian/Rod Taylor/Pool

WB/CP
CRIME AUSTRALIA TOOTHFISH
RTR45ZW
October 03, 2003
Australian Fisheries vessel Souther Supporter (R) escorts the Viarsa
into Fremantle after the vessel...
Fremantle, Australia
VIARSA IS ESCORTED INTO FREMANTLE.
Australian Fisheries vessel Souther Supporter (R) escorts the Viarsa
into Fremantle after the vessel was brought back to Australia October
3, 2003. The Uruguayan-flagged boat seized on suspicion of poaching
rare Patagonian toothfish was brought under escort to Australia on
Friday after a 3,900-nautical mile chase, with its crew taken away for
questioning. REUTERS/The West Australian/Rod Taylor/Pool

WB/cp
CRIME AUSTRALIA TOOTHFISH
RTR45W1
October 03, 2003
Australian Navy Commander Paul Bartlett, who brought the Viarsa1 back
to Victoria Quay in Fremantle,...
Fremantle, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NAVY COMMANDER PAUL BARTLETT IN FREMANTLE.
Australian Navy Commander Paul Bartlett, who brought the Viarsa1 back
to Victoria Quay in Fremantle, Western Australia watches the vessel
October 3, 2003. The Uruguayan-flagged boat, Viarsa, seized on
suspicion of poaching rare Patagonian toothfish, docked in Australia on
Friday after a 3,900-nautical mile, with its crew taken away for
questioning. REUTERS/Mal Fairclough

MF
CRIME AUSTRALIA TOOTHFISH
RTR45VR
October 03, 2003
Crew of the Viarsa wave from the vessel after docking at Victoria Quay
in Fremantle, Western Australia...
Fremantle, Australia
CREW OF THE VIARSA WAVE FROM ON BOARD THEIR VESSEL IN VICTORIA QUAY.
Crew of the Viarsa wave from the vessel after docking at Victoria Quay
in Fremantle, Western Australia October 3, 2003. The Uruguayan-flagged
boat, Viarsa, seized on suspicion of poaching rare Patagonian
toothfish, docked in Australia on Friday after a 3,900-nautical mile,
with its crew taken away for questioning. REUTERS/Mal Fairclough

MF/CP
CRIME AUSTRALIA TOOTHFISH
RTR45VI
October 03, 2003
The Viarsa (foreground) and an Australian Customs and Fisheries patrol
vessel enter Victoria Quay in...
Fremantle, Australia
VIARSA AND THE SOUTHERN SUPPORTER PATROL VESSEL ENTER FREMANTLE.
The Viarsa (foreground) and an Australian Customs and Fisheries patrol
vessel enter Victoria Quay in Fremantle, Western Australia October 3,
2003. The Uruguayan-flagged boat, Viarsa, seized on suspicion of
poaching rare Patagonian toothfish, docked in Australia on Friday after
a 3,900-nautical mile, with its crew taken away for questioning.
REUTERS/Mal Fairclough

MF/CP
AUSTRALIA
RTRE5WS
November 21, 2002
Mock victim Dale O'Neil is assisted by emergency response staff at
Fremantle Hospital during a civilian...
Perth, Australia
EMERGENCY RESPONSE STAFF ASSIST MOCK VICTIM IN COUNTER TERRORISM ATTACK
SIMULATION IN PERTH.
Mock victim Dale O'Neil is assisted by emergency response staff at
Fremantle Hospital during a civilian exercise simulating a terrorist
attack in the West Australian city of Perth on November 21, 2002. The
exercise - which simulated a chemical, biological or radiation attack -
was carried out to test the responses of the city's various emergency
services. REUTERS/John Mokrzycki/Pool

TBW/PB
SPORT OLYMPIC
RTRZ6UP
July 06, 2000
Torchbearer Peter Jones holds up the Olympic torch aboard the "Merlin" in Fremantle Harbour July 6. The...
Fremantle, Australia
TORCHBEARER PETER JONES HOLDS UP THE OLYMPIC TORCH ABOARD THE "MERLIN" IN FREMANTLE HARBOUR.
Torchbearer Peter Jones holds up the Olympic torch aboard the "Merlin" in Fremantle Harbour July 6. The Olympic torch is spending 100 days travelling around Australia on it's way to Sydney for the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games on 15 September.

TAN
SPORT OLYMPIC
RTRZ6UE
July 06, 2000
Torchbearer Peter Jones holds up the Olympic torch aboard the "Merlin" in Fremantle Harbour July 6. The...
Fremantle, Australia
TORCHBEARER PETER JONES HOLDS UP THE OLYMPIC TORCH ABOARD THE "MERLIN" IN FREMANTLE HARBOUR.
Torchbearer Peter Jones holds up the Olympic torch aboard the "Merlin" in Fremantle Harbour July 6. The Olympic torch is spending 100 days travelling around Australia on its way to Sydney for the opening ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games on 15 September.

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