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MEXICO-BUSINESS/
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September 06, 2019
Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia, gestures during an event of the Fundacion Telmex Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia, gestures during an event of the Fundacion Telmex Mexico...
Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia, gestures during an event of the Fundacion Telmex Mexico Siglo XXI (Telmex Foundation Mexico XXI Century) in Mexico City, Mexico, September 6, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
CANADA-WOMEN/
RTX6XXOL
June 04, 2019
Former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard listens to other panelists during a session on data...
Vancouver, Canada
Former Prime Minister of Australia Gillard listens to other panelists during a session on data and accountability...
Former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard listens to other panelists during a session on data and accountability at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, B.C., Canada June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q7O8
March 08, 2019
British model Adwoa Aboah, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and former Australian Prime Minister Julia...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
British model Adwoa Aboah, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard take part in a panel discussion at King's College London, in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel Leal-Olivas/PoolÊvia REUTERS
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q7MF
March 08, 2019
British journalist Anne McElvoy, Camfed Regional Director Zimbabwe's Angeline Murimirwa, British campaigner...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
British journalist Anne McElvoy, Camfed Regional Director Zimbabwe's Angeline Murimirwa, British campaigner Chrisann Jarrett, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, British singer Annie Lennox, British model Adwoa Aboah and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard pose before a panel discussion at King's College London, in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel Leal-Olivas/PoolÊvia REUTERS
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q7AA
March 08, 2019
British model Adwoa Aboah, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Britain's Meghan, Duchess...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
British model Adwoa Aboah, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, British journalist Anne McElvoy and Camfed Regional Director Zimbabwe's Angeline Murimirwa pose before a panel discussion convened by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS/Pool via REUTERS
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q7A8
March 08, 2019
British singer Annie Lennox, British model Adwoa Aboah, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard,...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
British singer Annie Lennox, British model Adwoa Aboah, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, British journalist Anne McElvoy, Camfed Regional Director Zimbabwe's Angeline Murimirwa and British campaigner Chrisann Jarrett pose before a panel discussion convened by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS/Pool via REUTERS
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q79Y
March 08, 2019
British model Adwoa Aboah, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and former Australian Prime Minister Julia...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
British model Adwoa Aboah, Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard take part in a panel discussion convened by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS/Pool via REUTERS
WOMENS-DAY/BRITAIN-ROYALS-MEGHAN
RTX6Q78G
March 08, 2019
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard takes part in a panel discussion convened by the Queen's...
London, United Kingdom
Duchess of Sussex at International Women's Day talk
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard takes part in a panel discussion convened by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day at King's College London, in London, Britain March 8, 2019. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS/Pool via REUTERS
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTSPAPY
September 25, 2016
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park...
New York, UNITED STATES
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park in Manhattan, New York, U.S., September 24, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
QATAR-USA/FIRST LADY
RTX1UPCZ
November 04, 2015
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama (C), Qatar's Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser al-Misnad (L) and former Australian...
Doha, Qatar
Michelle Obama, Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser al-Misnad and Gillard attend a talk on the sidelines of WISE...
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama (C), Qatar's Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser al-Misnad (L) and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard attend a talk on the sidelines of the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in Doha, Qatar, November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
USA-FIRSTLADY/BRITAIN
RTX1GPQ1
June 16, 2015
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks...
London, United Kingdom
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to...
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to pupils during a visit to Mulberry school for girls in London, Britain, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
USA-FIRSTLADY/BRITAIN
RTX1GPPF
June 16, 2015
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks...
London, United Kingdom
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to...
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to pupils during a visit to Mulberry school for girls in London, Britain, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
USA-FIRSTLADY/BRITAIN
RTX1GPFM
June 16, 2015
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks...
London, United Kingdom
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to...
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to pupils during a visit to Mulberry school for girls in London, Britain, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
USA-FIRSTLADY/BRITAIN
RTX1GPEV
June 16, 2015
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks...
London, United Kingdom
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to...
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to pupils during a visit to Mulberry school for girls in London, Britain, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
USA-FIRSTLADY/BRITAIN
RTX1GPEC
June 16, 2015
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks...
London, United Kingdom
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to...
Australia's former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) joins U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama as she speaks to pupils during a visit to Mulberry school for girls in London, Britain, June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CV2I
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Ministers Julia Gillard (L) and Bob Hawke greet each other following a memorial...
Sydney, Australia
Former Australian Prime Ministers Julia Gillard and Bob Hawke greet each other following a memorial service...
Former Australian Prime Ministers Julia Gillard (L) and Bob Hawke greet each other following a memorial service for former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam outside of Sydney's Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Dan Himbrechts/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CV2C
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Ministers (L-R) Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke and current Prime Minister...
Sydney, Australia
Former Australian Prime Ministers Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke and current Prime Minister...
Former Australian Prime Ministers (L-R) Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke and current Prime Minister Tony Abbott are pictured following a memorial service for former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam outside Sydney's Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Dan Himbrechts/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CUVC
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Ministers (L-R) Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke, current Prime Minister...
Sydney, Australia
Former and current Australian Prime Ministers pose for a picture at the end of a memorial service for...
Former Australian Prime Ministers (L-R) Malcolm Fraser, Julia Gillard, Bob Hawke, current Prime Minister Tony Abbott, John Howard, Kevin Rudd and Paul Keating assemble for a photograph at the completion of a memorial service for former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at Sydney's Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Dan Himbrechts/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CUUP
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service for former Australian Prime...
Sydney, Australia
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service for former Australian Prime...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service for former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at Sydney Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Brendon Thorne/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CUR6
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks with former Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm...
Sydney, Australia
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks with former Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks with former Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser (L) and his wife Tamie (2nd L) at a memorial service for former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at Sydney Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Brendon Thorne/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AUSTRALIA-WHITLAM/
RTR4CUM4
November 05, 2014
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service in honour of former Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service in honour of former Australian...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives at a memorial service in honour of former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam at Sydney's Town Hall, November 5, 2014. Whitlam, who died on October 21 aged 98, was one of his country's most revolutionary yet divisive statesmen, forging ties with China but triggering a constitutional crisis that split the country. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
USA/
RTX14MMA
October 24, 2013
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary policy forum in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY)
USA/
RTX14MM6
October 24, 2013
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary...
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks at Center for American Progress 10th Anniversary policy forum in Washington, October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANNIVERSARY)
Politics
Politics
Landslide Win for Australia's New PM - 08 Sep 2013
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AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/
RTX139A6
September 06, 2013
A poster attached to a fence bears a photograph of the Labor Party leader and Australian Prime Minister...
Sydney, Australia
A poster attached to a fence bears a photograph of the Labor Party leader and Australian Prime Minister...
A poster attached to a fence bears a photograph of the Labor Party leader and Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in Sydney September 6, 2013. Australia will hold national elections on September 7, with opinion polls pointing to a big defeat for the ruling Labor Party led by Rudd. Rudd returned as premier on June 26 after his party dumped Julia Gillard, the country's first female prime minister, due to a prolonged slump in opinion polls. Tony Abbott, who leads the conservative opposition, can take office if he wins just one extra seat in the parliament's 150-seat lower house. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
AUSTRALIA-ELECTION/
RTX139A4
September 06, 2013
A woman walks her dog past a poster attached to a fence bearing a photograph of the Labor Party leader...
Sydney, Australia
A woman walks her dog past a poster attached to a fence bearing a photograph of the Labor Party leader...
A woman walks her dog past a poster attached to a fence bearing a photograph of the Labor Party leader and Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, in Sydney September 6, 2013. Australia will hold national elections on September 7, with opinion polls pointing to a big defeat for the ruling Labor Party led by Rudd. Rudd returned as premier on June 26 after his party dumped Julia Gillard, the country's first female prime minister, due to a prolonged slump in opinion polls. Tony Abbott, who leads the conservative opposition, can take office if he wins just one extra seat in the parliament's 150-seat lower house. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTX12APY
August 05, 2013
A man walks behind an advertisement for a newspaper with pictures of Australian Prime Minister Kevin...
Sydney, Australia
A man walks behind an advertisement for newspaper with pictures of Australian PM Rudd and opposition...
A man walks behind an advertisement for a newspaper with pictures of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) and opposition leader Tony Abbott in central Sydney August 5, 2013. Rudd called a Sept. 7 general election on Sunday, barely six weeks after he toppled former leader Julia Gillard in a party-room vote, ending a turbulent three years in power for the minority Labor government. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS MEDIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112N3
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd smiles after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd smiles after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd smiles after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112KH
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (C) greets members of the Opposition including Opposition Leader...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd greets Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop before Parliament starts at the Parliament House in Canberra...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (C) greets members of the Opposition including Opposition Leader Tony Abbott (L) and Deputy Leader Julie Bishop before Parliament starts at the Parliament House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112KE
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (R) shakes hands with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott before Parliament...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Prime Minister Rudd shakes hands with Opposition Leader Abbott in Canberra
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (R) shakes hands with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott before Parliament starts at the Parliament House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Rudd was sworn in as Australian prime minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112JF
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (R) smiles with his new deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese after...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd smiles with Anthony Albanese after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (R) smiles with his new deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112JB
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd receives his granddaughter Josephine from his daughter Jessica after...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd receives his granddaughter Josephine from his daughter Jessica after his swearing-in ceremony...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd receives his granddaughter Josephine from his daughter Jessica after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112JA
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd holds his granddaughter Josephine after his swearing-in ceremony...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd holds his granddaughter Josephine after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd holds his granddaughter Josephine after his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112J0
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd kisses his wife Therese Rein during his swearing-in ceremony at...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd kisses his wife Therese Rein during his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd kisses his wife Therese Rein during his swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112IX
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Governor-General Quentin Bryce arrive for an official photograph...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd and Quentin Bryce arrive for an official photograph after the swearing-in ceremony at Government...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Governor-General Quentin Bryce arrive for an official photograph after the swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112IU
June 27, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R), new deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese (L), Governor-General...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd, Anthony Albanese, Quentin Bryce and Chris Bowen pose for an official photograph after the...
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R), new deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese (L), Governor-General Quentin Bryce and Treasurer Chris Bowen pose for an official photograph after the swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX112IQ
June 27, 2013
Kevin Rudd (L) signs his commission as Prime Minister of Australia as Governor-General Quentin Bryce...
Canberra, Australia
Kevin Rudd signs his commission as Prime Minister of Australia as Governor-General Quentin Bryce looks...
Kevin Rudd (L) signs his commission as Prime Minister of Australia as Governor-General Quentin Bryce looks on at Government House in Canberra June 27, 2013. Kevin Rudd was sworn in as Australian Prime Minister for the second time on Thursday, a day after toppling Julia Gillard and three months out from scheduled elections with polls suggesting the ruling Labor Party is staring at a devastating defeat. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111J7
June 26, 2013
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) gestures next to Anthony Albanese as he talks...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Rudd gestures next to Albanese as he talks to media after winning...
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) gestures next to Anthony Albanese as he talks to the media after winning a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Rudd as prime minister and dumped Julia Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111J4
June 26, 2013
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) stands with Anthony Albanese as he talks to the...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Rudd stands with Albanese as he talks to media after winning...
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) stands with Anthony Albanese as he talks to the media after winning a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Rudd as prime minister and dumped Julia Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111J3
June 26, 2013
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) stands with Anthony Albanese as he talks to the...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Rudd stands with Albanese as he talks to media after winning...
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) stands with Anthony Albanese as he talks to the media after winning a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Rudd as prime minister and dumped Julia Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111E7
June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's former prime minister Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament...
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Kevin Rudd as prime minister and dumped Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111E3
June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's former prime minister Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament...
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard speaks to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Kevin Rudd as prime minister and dumped Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111DZ
June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard prepares to speak to the media after losing a Labor Party...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's former prime minister Gillard prepares to speak to the media after losing a Labor Party vote...
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard prepares to speak to the media after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Kevin Rudd as prime minister and dumped Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111BK
June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard (R) walks with former deputy prime minister and treasurer...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's former prime minister Gillard walks with former deputy prime minister and treasurer Swan...
Australia's former prime minister Julia Gillard (R) walks with former deputy prime minister and treasurer Wayne Swan (L) and other supporters after losing a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Kevin Rudd as prime minister and dumped Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111B7
June 26, 2013
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd walks with supporters after winning a Labor Party...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Rudd walks with supporters after winning a Labor Party vote...
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd walks with supporters after winning a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Rudd as prime minister and dumped Julia Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTX111B5
June 26, 2013
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd walks with Anthony Albanese (R) and other supporters...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's newly elected prime minister Rudd walks with Albanese and other supporters after winning...
Australia's newly elected Prime Minister Kevin Rudd walks with Anthony Albanese (R) and other supporters after winning a Labor Party vote at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Australia's ruling Labor Party elected former leader Rudd as prime minister and dumped Julia Gillard on Wednesday, in a dramatic move to try and head off a catastrophic defeat at elections due within three months. Rudd's dramatic return as prime minister came almost three years to the day after he was dumped in favour of Gillard, who was Australia's first female prime minister, and following two aborted leadership attempts, the most recent in March. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/RUDD
RTX1114O
June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Kevin Rudd speaks to the media at Parliament House in Canberra June...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's former prime minister Rudd speaks to media at Parliament House in Canberra
Australia's former prime minister Kevin Rudd speaks to the media at Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Rudd confirmed on Wednesday he would challenge Prime Minister Julia Gillard for the leadership of the ruling Labor Party, in a move that could see him lead the party to elections due within three months. Rudd led the Labor Party to victory in late 2007, but was dumped by his party in favour of Gillard in June 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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June 26, 2013
Australia's former prime minister Kevin Rudd (R) speaks to the media at the Parliament House in Canberra...
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Australia's former prime minister Rudd speaks to the media at Parliament House in Canberra
Australia's former prime minister Kevin Rudd (R) speaks to the media at the Parliament House in Canberra June 26, 2013. Rudd confirmed on Wednesday he would challenge Prime Minister Julia Gillard for the leadership of the ruling Labor Party, in a move that could see him lead the party to elections due within three months. Rudd led the Labor Party to victory in late 2007, but was dumped by his party in favour of Gillard in June 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Taylor (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
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May 13, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) looks towards Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Prime Minister Gillard looks towards Treasurer Swan during meeting at Parliament House in...
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) looks towards Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament House in Canberra May 13, 2013. Around 400,000 first-time voters go into Australia's September elections with no idea of economic hardship, adding to Treasurer Swan's mounting problems as he delivers what is shaping up as his last, and most difficult, budget on Tuesday. Australia's economy, unlike most other developed nations, kept growing in the aftermath of the 2008 global downturn. Australia has notched up 21 years of uninterrupted economic growth, helped by a mining boom fuelled by demand from China. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 13, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) walks into the Cabinet Room with Treasurer Wayne Swan at...
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Australian PM Gillard walks into Cabinet Room with Treasurer Swan at Parliament House in Canberra
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) walks into the Cabinet Room with Treasurer Wayne Swan at Parliament House in Canberra May 13, 2013. Around 400,000 first-time voters go into Australia's September elections with no idea of economic hardship, adding to Treasurer Swan's mounting problems as he delivers what is shaping up as his last, and most difficult, budget on Tuesday. Australia's economy, unlike most other developed nations, kept growing in the aftermath of the 2008 global downturn. Australia has notched up 21 years of uninterrupted economic growth, helped by a mining boom fuelled by demand from China. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 13, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) looks towards Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament...
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Australian Prime Minister Gillard looks towards Treasurer Swan during meeting at Parliament House in...
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) looks towards Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament House in Canberra May 13, 2013. Around 400,000 first-time voters go into Australia's September elections with no idea of economic hardship, adding to Treasurer Swan's mounting problems as he delivers what is shaping up as his last, and most difficult, budget on Tuesday. Australia's economy, unlike most other developed nations, kept growing in the aftermath of the 2008 global downturn. Australia has notched up 21 years of uninterrupted economic growth, helped by a mining boom fuelled by demand from China. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 13, 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) gestures to Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament...
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Australian Prime Minister Gillard gestures to Treasurer Swan during a meeting at Parliament House in...
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard (R) gestures to Treasurer Wayne Swan during a meeting at Parliament House in Canberra May 13, 2013. Around 400,000 first-time voters go into Australia's September elections with no idea of economic hardship, adding to Treasurer Swan's mounting problems as he delivers what is shaping up as his last, and most difficult, budget on Tuesday. Australia's economy, unlike most other developed nations, kept growing in the aftermath of the 2008 global downturn. Australia has notched up 21 years of uninterrupted economic growth, helped by a mining boom fuelled by demand from China. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 03, 2013
Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day...
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Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day...
Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day parade in central Sydney April 25, 2013. Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith released a new defence white paper, which is the first reassessment of Australia's military priorities since 2009, and since the U.S. pivot to the Asia-Pacific, which included U.S. marine rotations through northern Australia. With Prime Minister Julia Gillard's minority Labor government under pressure to find Budget savings to respond to collapsing revenues, Australia's net defence budget has contracted to around 1.56 percent of GDP, or A$24.2 billion. As a percentage, spending is at the lowest level since 1938. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY)
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May 03, 2013
Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day...
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Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day...
Australian defence personel march during the annual ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day parade in central Sydney April 25, 2013. Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith released a new defence white paper, which is the first reassessment of Australia's military priorities since 2009, and since the U.S. pivot to the Asia-Pacific, which included U.S. marine rotations through northern Australia. With Prime Minister Julia Gillard's minority Labor government under pressure to find Budget savings to respond to collapsing revenues, Australia's net defence budget has contracted to around 1.56 percent of GDP, or A$24.2 billion. As a percentage, spending is at the lowest level since 1938. Picture taken April 25, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY)
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April 09, 2013
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (2nd R) laughs with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) during a...
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Australia's Prime Minister Gillard laughs with Chinese Premier Li during a signing ceremony at the Great...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (2nd R) laughs with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing April 9, 2013. Australia is hoping to see trilateral naval exercises with China and the United States and is pursuing new strategic partnership with Asia's biggest economy, Gillard said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yohsuke Mizuno/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
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April 09, 2013
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (2nd R) talks to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) during a signing...
Beijing, China
Australia's Prime Minister Gillard talks to Chinese Premier Li during a signing ceremony at the Great...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (2nd R) talks to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing April 9, 2013. Australia is hoping to see trilateral naval exercises with China and the United States and is pursuing new strategic partnership with Asia's biggest economy, Gillard said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yohsuke Mizuno/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
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April 09, 2013
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (back row, centre L) stands with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang...
Beijing, China
Australia's Prime Minister Gillard stands with Chinese Premier Li during a signing ceremony at the Great...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (back row, centre L) stands with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (back row, centre R) during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing April 9, 2013. Australia is hoping to see trilateral naval exercises with China and the United States and is pursuing new strategic partnership with Asia's biggest economy, Gillard said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yohsuke Mizuno/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
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April 09, 2013
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang point to their right during...
Beijing, China
Australia's Prime Minister Gillard and Chinese Premier Li point to their right during a signing ceremony...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (L) and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang point to their right during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing April 9, 2013. Australia is hoping to see trilateral naval exercises with China and the United States and is pursuing new strategic partnership with Asia's biggest economy, Prime Minister Gillard said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yohsuke Mizuno/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
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April 09, 2013
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (centre L) shares a toast with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (centre...
Beijing, China
Australia's Prime Minister Gillard shares a toast with Chinese Premier Li during a signing ceremony at...
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard (centre L) shares a toast with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (centre R) during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing April 9, 2013. Australia is hoping to see trilateral naval exercises with China and the United States and is pursuing new strategic partnership with Asia's biggest economy, Prime Minister Gillard said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yohsuke Mizuno/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS)
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