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MEXICO-SOCCER/
RTX1DULI
May 20, 2015
Mexico's goalkeepers Jesus Corona (R) and Alfredo Talavera attend a practice session in Mexico City May...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico's goalkeepers Jesus Corona and Alfredo Talavera attend a practice session in Mexico City
Mexico's goalkeepers Jesus Corona (R) and Alfredo Talavera attend a practice session in Mexico City May 20, 2015. Mexico will play an international friendly soccer match against Guatemala on May 30 in Tuxtla Gutierrez, in the Mexican state of Chiapas. REUTERS/Henry Romero
USA/
RTXP1X8
September 28, 2009
Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) participates in...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Mena participates in a news conference at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in Washington...
Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) participates in a news conference at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in Washington September 28, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS HEADSHOT)
USA/
RTXP1X7
September 28, 2009
General Luis Alberto Moore (L-R) of the Colombian National Police, Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Morton, Moore and Mena depart following news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington
General Luis Alberto Moore (L-R) of the Colombian National Police, Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) and Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton depart following a news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington September 28, 2009. The ICE announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTXP1X4
September 28, 2009
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Morton, Moore and Mena address reporters during a news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton (L-R), General Luis Alberto Moore of the Colombian National Police and Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) address reporters during a news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington, September 28, 2009. The ICE announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTXP1X3
September 28, 2009
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Morton points to picture of smuggled cash during news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton (2nd R) points to a picture of smuggled cash during a news conference with General Luis Alberto Moore of the Colombian National Police and Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena (R) of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) at ICE headquarters in Washington September 28, 2009. The ICE announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTXP1X2
September 28, 2009
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Morton, Moore and Mena shake hands after news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton (L-R), General Luis Alberto Moore of the Colombian National Police and Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) shake hands after a news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington September 28, 2009. The ICE announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTXP1X0
September 28, 2009
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Morton, Moore and Mena participate in news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington
Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) John Morton (L-R), General Luis Alberto Moore of the Colombian National Police and Administrator Alfredo Gutierrez Mena of the Mexican Tax Administration Service (SAT) participate in a news conference at ICE headquarters in Washington September 28, 2009. The ICE announced more than $41 million in U.S. currency were seized in Colombia and Mexico. The suspected drug trafficking proceeds, hidden in bundles of fertilizer in shipping containers that were seized in ports in Mexico and Colombia, represent the largest-ever bulk cash seizure from containers for the agencies involved. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LATIN-GRAMMYS/
RTX3FN
November 08, 2007
Musician Alfredo Gutierrez (R) makes a funny face as he arrives for an evening to honor recording artist...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Musician Gutierrez arrives for an evening to honor recording artist Juan Luis Guerra during a tribute...
Musician Alfredo Gutierrez (R) makes a funny face as he arrives for an evening to honor recording artist Juan Luis Guerra as the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year during a tribute to the internationally renowned musician in Las Vegas November 7, 2007. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
SPAIN/
RTR1UH1U
October 01, 2007
Real Madrid players Iker Casillas (L-R), Michel Salgado and Jose Maria Gutierrez "Guti" walk in front...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid players attend the launch of the Real Madrid team plane in Madrid
Real Madrid players Iker Casillas (L-R), Michel Salgado and Jose Maria Gutierrez "Guti" walk in front of Real Madrid's new team plane, an MD-83 named "La Saeta" after Real Madrid's Alfredo Di Stefano, during the plane's official presentation in Madrid October 1, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
MEXICO/
RTR1LW3Y
February 02, 2007
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon (R) speaks with U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez during a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon speaks with U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez during a meeting...
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon (R) speaks with U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez during a meeting in the Los Pinos presidential residence in Mexico City February 1, 2007. REUTERS/Presidencia/Alfredo Guerrero/Handout (MEXICO)
ECUADOR- FORMER PRESIDENT
RTR19Y9I
November 02, 2005
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (2nd-L), joined by his lawyer Fernando Larrea, addresses...
Quito, Ecuador
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio joined by his lawyer Fernando Larrea, addresses a judge in Quito
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (2nd-L), joined by his lawyer Fernando Larrea, addresses a judge at a justice court in Quito November 2, 2005. Gutierrez, who was ousted by Congress in April, and arrested minutes after returning to the country for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor, is trying to reach his freedom by court. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR19Y7E
November 02, 2005
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez addresses a judge as he holds the Ecuadoran constitution at...
Quito, Ecuador
Former Ecuadoran president Gutierrez speaks in Quito
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez addresses a judge as he holds the Ecuadoran constitution at a court in Quito November 2, 2005. Gutierrez, who was ousted by Congress in April, and arrested minutes after returning to the country for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor, is trying to reach his freedom by court. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR19Y78
November 02, 2005
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez addresses a judge as he holds his presidential diploma at...
Quito, Ecuador
Former Ecuadoran president Gutierrez speaks in Quito
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez addresses a judge as he holds his presidential diploma at a court in Quito November 2, 2005. Gutierrez, who was ousted by Congress in April, and arrested minutes after returning to the country for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor, is trying to reach his freedom by court. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR19ITM
October 15, 2005
Former Ecuador's president Lucio Gutierrez's daughter, Viviana Gutierrez (C), leaves the jail with a...
Quito, Ecuador
Lucio Gutierrez's daughter leaves jail after visiting his father in Quito
Former Ecuador's president Lucio Gutierrez's daughter, Viviana Gutierrez (C), leaves the jail with a relative after visiting her father at the Garcia Moreno jail in Quito October 15,2005. Gutierrez was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. Gutierrez was ousted by Congress in April. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR19IOM
October 15, 2005
Supporters of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez demonstrate outside the Garcia Moreno jail...
Quito, Ecuador
Supporters of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez demonstrate outside of the Garcia Moreno jail...
Supporters of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez demonstrate outside the Garcia Moreno jail in Quito October 15, 2005. Gutierrez was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. Gutierrez was ousted by Congress in April. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR19IBW
October 15, 2005
Former Ecuador's president Lucio Gutierrez's sister, Susana Gutierrez (L), is checked by police officers...
Quito, Ecuador
Lucio Gutierrez's sister is checked by police officers in Quito
Former Ecuador's president Lucio Gutierrez's sister, Susana Gutierrez (L), is checked by police officers at the Garcia Moreno jail in Quito October 15,2005. Gutierrez was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. Gutierrez was ousted by Congress in April. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19H8Z
October 14, 2005
Ecuadoran demonstrators hold banners and shout slogans in support of former Ecuadoran president Lucio...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran demonstrators hold banners and shout slogans in support of former Ecuadoran president Gutierrez...
Ecuadoran demonstrators hold banners and shout slogans in support of former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez outside Garcia Moreno jail in Quito October 14, 2005. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the jail in support of Gutierrez, who was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. Gutierrez was ousted by Congress in April. REUTERS/Stringer
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19H8V
October 14, 2005
Ximena Bohorquez, the wife of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez, shouts slogans at a demonstration...
Quito, Ecuador
Bohorquez, wife of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez, shouts slogans at demonstration in Quito...
Ximena Bohorquez, the wife of former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez, shouts slogans at a demonstration outside Garcia Moreno jail in Quito October 14, 2005. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the jail in support of Gutierrez, who was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. Gutierrez was ousted by Congress in April. REUTERS/Stringer
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19H8Q
October 14, 2005
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (R) is notified of his arrest by an Ecuadorean police colonel...
Manta, Ecuador
Former Ecuadorean president Gutierrez is notified of his arrest in Manta
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (R) is notified of his arrest by an Ecuadorean police colonel at an army airport in Manta, October 14, 2005. Gutierrez, ousted by Congress in April, was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19GR1
October 14, 2005
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (R) talks to the media before being arrested at an army airport...
Manta, Ecuador
Former Ecuadorean president Gutierrez talks to media before being arrested at army airport in Manta
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (R) talks to the media before being arrested at an army airport in Manta October 14, 2005. Gutierrez, ousted by Congress in April, was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz FR05100020
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19GQY
October 14, 2005
Ecuadorean policemen escort former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (L) at an army airport in Manta...
Manta, Ecuador
Ecuadorean policemen escort former president Gutierrez at an army airport in Manta
Ecuadorean policemen escort former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (L) at an army airport in Manta October 14, 2005. Gutierrez, ousted by Congress in April, was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
ECUADOR GUTIERREZ
RTR19GPZ
October 14, 2005
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (C) is arrested by a Colonel of Ecuadorean police (R) at...
Manta, Ecuador
Former Ecuadorean president Gutierrez is arrested at army airport in Manta
Former Ecuadorean president Lucio Gutierrez (C) is arrested by a Colonel of Ecuadorean police (R) at an army airport in Manta October 14, 2005. Gutierrez, ousted by Congress in April, was arrested minutes after returning to the country on Friday for refusing to recognise President Alfredo Palacio as his successor. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
GG
RTR15IBQ
April 29, 2005
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new President...
Quito, Ecuador
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new ...
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new President Alfredo Palacio. Paola Gutierrez (2nd R) daughter of the former Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez, a military academy cadet at Eloy Alfaro, marches in a ceremony to honor the new President Alfredo Palacio in Quito, April 29, 2005. Palacio took office last week after former leader Lucio Gutierrez was ousted by Congress following a week of intense street protests. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
GG
RTR9OZQ
April 29, 2005
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new President...
Quito, Ecuador
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new ...
Former Ecuadoran president Lucio Gutierrez' daughter Paola Gutierrez march in honor of new President Alfredo Palacio. Paola Gutierrez (2nd R) daughter of the former Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez, a military academy cadet at Eloy Alfaro, marches in a ceremony to honor the new President Alfredo Palacio in Quito, April 29, 2005. Palacio took office last week after former leader Lucio Gutierrez was ousted by Congress following a week of intense street protests. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ECUADOR
RTR9OTG
April 29, 2005
Ecuadoran new President Alfredo Palacio (R) joined by Solon Espinoza Defense Minister walks during a...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran new President Alfredo Palacio joined by Solon Espinoza Defense Minister walk.
Ecuadoran new President Alfredo Palacio (R) joined by Solon Espinoza Defense Minister walks during a military ceremony at Eloy Alfaro headquarters in Quito April 29, 2005. Palacio took office last week after former leader Lucio Gutierrez was ousted by Congress following a week of intense street protests. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
ECUADOR
RTR9OSZ
April 29, 2005
New Ecuadoran President Alfredo Palacio (C) looks on during a military ceremony at the Eloy Alfaro headquarters...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran new President Alfredo Palacio attends military ceremony in Quito.
New Ecuadoran President Alfredo Palacio (C) looks on during a military ceremony at the Eloy Alfaro headquarters in Quito, April 29, 2005. Palacio took office last week after former leader Lucio Gutierrez was ousted by Congress following a week of intense street protests. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG/GN
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KJP
April 28, 2005
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadoran President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian authorities.
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutierrez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. He was granted political asylum and arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice-President, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KJH
April 28, 2005
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadoran President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian authorities.
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutierrez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. He was granted political asylum and arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice-President, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KJB
April 28, 2005
An official waves off the press as ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital,...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadoran President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian authorities.
An official waves off the press as ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital, where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutierrez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. He was granted political asylum and arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice-President, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KJ3
April 28, 2005
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadoran President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian authorities.
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutierrez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. He was granted political asylum and arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice-President, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KIU
April 28, 2005
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadoran President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian authorities.
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez arrives at a hospital where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutierrez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. He was granted political asylum and arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice-President, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
BRAZIL ECUADOR
RTR9KIC
April 28, 2005
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez (L) arrives at a hospital, where his wife is was interned...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ousted Ecuadorean President Gutierrez arrives at hospital after meeting with Brazilian Authorities.
Ousted Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez (L) arrives at a hospital, where his wife is was interned after falling ill a day earlier, in Brasilia, April 28, 2005. Gutieerez met with Brazilian authorities on Thursday to discuss his political asylum in Brazil. Brazil granted Gutierrez political asylum and he arrived in the capital last Sunday after Ecuador's Congress ended his presidency and replaced him with his vice president, Alfredo Palacio. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar JB
ECUADOR
RTR976F
April 25, 2005
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace of Quito a day after...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Palacio speaks to reporters during his first news conference in Quito.
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace of Quito a day after former leader Lucio Gutierrez fled the country to asylum in Brazil, April 25, 2005. Gutierrez was ousted last week after Congress dismissed him following a week of streets protests. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez JMG
JMG
RTR9768
April 25, 2005
Ecuador's new President Palacio talks with his government Minister Gandara during a news conference in...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Palacio talks with his government Minister Gandara during a news conference ......
Ecuador's new President Palacio talks with his government Minister Gandara during a news conference in Quito. Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio (R) talks with Government minister Mauricio Gandara during a news conference at Carondelet palace of Quito a day after former leader Lucio Gutierrez fled the country to asylum in Brazil, April 25, 2005. Gutierrez was ousted last week after Congress dismissed him following a week of streets protests. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
ECUADOR
RTR971P
April 25, 2005
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace April 25, 2005 in Quito,...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Palacio speaks to reporters during his first news conference in Quito.
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace April 25, 2005 in Quito, a day after former leader Lucio Gutierrez fled the country for asylum in Brazil. Gutierrez was ousted last week after Congress dismissed him following a week of streets protests. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez JMG
ECUADOR
RTR971J
April 25, 2005
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace of Quito a day after...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Palacio speaks to reporters during his first news conference in Quito.
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio speaks to reporters at Carondelet palace of Quito a day after former leader Lucio Gutierrez fled the country to asylum in Brazil, April 25, 2005. Gutierrez was lusted last week after Congress dismissed him following a week of streets protests. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez JMG
ECUADOR
RTR8YIA
April 22, 2005
From left to right, Ecuadoran chief military commanders, (Navy) Hector Holguin Darquea, (Air Force),...
Quito, UNITED STATES
Ecuadorans chief commanders stand in front of new President Alfredo Palacio.
From left to right, Ecuadoran chief military commanders, (Navy) Hector Holguin Darquea, (Air Force), Edmundo Baquero Madera, (Joint Forces), Manuel Zapater Ramos and Army Forces Cesar Ubillus Vergara, stand in front of new President Alfredo Palacio (second right), Defense Minister Solon Espinoza (C) and Administration Secretary Luis Herreria during a ceremony at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. Palacio changed the nation's military commanders after a week after of violent protests. Gutierrez was the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years. Palacio, who was vice president before Gutierrez was fired by Congress, named seven new ministers including defense and foreign affairs posts to try to restore order to the Andean nation. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
ECUADOR CRISIS
RTR8Y1H
April 22, 2005
New Ecuadoran President Alfredo Palacio speaks during his first cabinet meeting since Congress fired...
Quito, Ecuador
New Ecuadoran President Palacio holds first cabinet meeting.
New Ecuadoran President Alfredo Palacio speaks during his first cabinet meeting since Congress fired his predecessor, Lucio Gutierrez, and swore him in to office, in Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares RR
ECUADOR
RTR8XXX
April 22, 2005
Finance Minister Rafael Correa gives an interview in his office in Quito, April 22, 2005. Correa, who...
Quito, Ecuador
Finance Minister Correa gives an interview in Quito.
Finance Minister Rafael Correa gives an interview in his office in Quito, April 22, 2005. Correa, who was designated to the post by President Alfredo Palacio after former President Lucio Gutierrez was fired by Congress, told the media that Ecuador should give priority to its domestic needs over debt payments. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR/GN
ECUADOR
RTR8XXP
April 22, 2005
Finance Minister Rafael Correa gives an interview in his office in Quito, April 22, 2005. Correa, who...
Quito, Ecuador
Finance Minister Correa gives an interview in Quito.
Finance Minister Rafael Correa gives an interview in his office in Quito, April 22, 2005. Correa, who was designated to the post by President Alfredo Palacio after former President Lucio Gutierrez was fired by Congress, told the media that Ecuador should give priority to its domestic needs over debt payments. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR/GN
ECUADOR
RTR8XQO
April 22, 2005
Ecuador's newly President Alfredo Palacio (L) talks to Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil (R)...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's newly President Alfredo Palacio talks to Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil.
Ecuador's newly President Alfredo Palacio (L) talks to Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil (R) as presidential secretary Carlos Munoz looks on at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. Palacio had his first cabinet meeting after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares GG
ECUADOR
RTR8XQG
April 22, 2005
New President Alfredo Palacio (C) meets with his new ministers during a meeting at Carondelet Palace...
Quito, Ecuador
New President Alfredo Palacio meets with his ministers in Ecuador.
New President Alfredo Palacio (C) meets with his new ministers during a meeting at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. Brazil granted Ecuador's ousted president Lucio Gutierrez asylum as his successor named a new Cabinet in an effort to restore political stability after a week of violent protests. Gutierrez was the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years. Palacio, who was vice president before Gutierrez was fired by Congress, named seven new ministers including defense and foreign affairs posts to try to restore order to the Andean nation. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares GG/GN
ECUADOR
RTR8XIL
April 22, 2005
Soldiers read newspapers near Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. Brazil granted Ecuador's ousted...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran soldiers read newspaper near Carondelet Palace in Quito.
Soldiers read newspapers near Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 22, 2005. Brazil granted Ecuador's ousted president Lucio Gutierrez asylum as his successor named a new Cabinet in an effort to restore political stability after a week of violent protests. Gutierrez was the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years. President Alfredo Palacio, who was vice president before Gutierrez was fired by Congress, named seven new ministers including defense and foreign affairs posts to try to restore order to the Andean nation. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares JMG/GN
GUTIERREZ
RTXNENY
April 21, 2005
Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez gives a press conference in Carondelet Palace in Quito, in this file...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez gives a press conference in Carondelet Palace in Quito, in this .....
Ecuadoran President Lucio Gutierrez gives a press conference in Carondelet Palace in Quito, in this file photo taken April 17, 2005. [Congress fired Gutierrez on April 20, 2005 and named Vice President Alfredo Palacio to serve out the remainder of a four-year term that expires in January 2007.]
ECUADOR
RTR8UB8
April 21, 2005
Soldiers march in front of Carondelet Palace in Ecuador one day after President gutierrez was fired by...
Quito, Ecuador
Soldiers march in front of Carondelet Palace in Ecuador one day after President gutierrez was fired ......
Soldiers march in front of Carondelet Palace in Ecuador one day after President gutierrez was fired by Congress. Soldiers march in front of children enroute to providing security at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
ECUADOR
RTR8U6L
April 21, 2005
Rafael Correa speaks to the press after being named new Finance Minister, during a ceremony at Carondelet...
Quito, Ecuador
Rafael Correa speaks after being named new Finance Minister in Ecuador.
Rafael Correa speaks to the press after being named new Finance Minister, during a ceremony at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez GG/GN
ECUADOR
RTR8U61
April 21, 2005
Rafael Correa speaks to the press after being named new Finance Minister, during a ceremony at Carondelet...
Quito, Ecuador
Rafael Correa speaks after being named new Finance Minister in Ecuador.
Rafael Correa speaks to the press after being named new Finance Minister, during a ceremony at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez GG/GN
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April 21, 2005
A military aide whispers to new President Alfredo Palacio during a ceremony at Carondelet Palace in Quito,...
Quito, Ecuador
Military aide whispers to new Ecuadoran President Alfredo Palacio at a ceremony in Quito.
A military aide whispers to new President Alfredo Palacio during a ceremony at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez GG/GN
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April 21, 2005
Ecuador's new President Palacio shakes hands with new Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil in Quito....
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Palacio shakes hands with new Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil in ......
Ecuador's new President Palacio shakes hands with new Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil in Quito. President Alfredo Palacio (L) shakes hands with his new Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Parra Gil at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
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April 21, 2005
Rafael Correa looks on before signing a decree making him the new Finance Minister in Quito, April 21,...
Quito, Ecuador
Rafael Correa looks on during ceremony where he was made Ecuador's new Finance Minister.
Rafael Correa looks on before signing a decree making him the new Finance Minister in Quito, April 21, 2005. New President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
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April 21, 2005
Rafael Correa signs a decree making him the new Finance Minister in Quito, April 21, 2005. New President...
Quito, Ecuador
Rafael Correa signs a decree making him Ecuador's new Finance Minister.
Rafael Correa signs a decree making him the new Finance Minister in Quito, April 21, 2005. New President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
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April 21, 2005
Surrounded by aides, Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace in Quito.
Surrounded by aides, Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG/GN
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April 21, 2005
Demonstrators in Ecuador hold a banner in front of Carondelt Palace one day after President Gutierrez...
Quito, Ecuador
Demonstrators in Ecuador hold a banner in front of Carondelt Palace one day after President ...
Demonstrators in Ecuador hold a banner in front of Carondelt Palace one day after President Gutierrez was ousted. Demonstrators hold a banner in front of Carondelt Palace in Quito, April 21, 2005. Ecuador's President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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April 21, 2005
Municipal workers fix a sidewalk outside Carondelt Palace after it was damaged by demonstrators in Ecuador....
Quito, Ecuador
Municipal workers fix a sidewalk outside Carondelt Palace after it was damaged by demonstrators in ......
Municipal workers fix a sidewalk outside Carondelt Palace after it was damaged by demonstrators in Ecuador. Municipal workers fix a sidewalk in front of Carondelt Palace that was damaged by demonstrators in Quito, April 21, 2005. Ecuador's President Alfredo Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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April 20, 2005
An protester climbs up on the front balcony of Carondelet Palace as thousands celebrated after President...
Quito, Ecuador
Protester climbs balcony of Carondelet Palace after President Gutierrez was fired by Congress.
An protester climbs up on the front balcony of Carondelet Palace as thousands celebrated after President Lucio Gutierrez was fired by Congress, in Quito, April 20, 2005. Ecuador's Congress fired Gutierrez for "abandoning his post" after a crisis ignited last December when Gutierrez packed the Supreme Court with political allies. Congress named Vice President Alfredo Palacio, a 63-year-old cardiologist, in his place to serve out the remainder of a four-year term which concludes in January 2007. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR/GN
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April 20, 2005
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 20, 2005....
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace in Quito.
Ecuador's new President Alfredo Palacio leaves his chamber at Carondelet Palace in Quito, April 20, 2005. Palacio on Thursday worked to restore calm a day after Congress appointed him to replace Lucio Gutierrez, ousted following a week of violent protests against his government. Gutierrez, the third president of the Andean nation toppled amid popular unrest in eight years, took shelter at the Brazilian embassy in Quito where he asked for political asylum after crowds stopped him fleeing the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja GG
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April 20, 2005
File photo of Ecuadoran soldiers and protesters atop wall of Carondelet Palace after President Gutierrez...
Quito, Ecuador
File photo of Ecuadoran soldiers and protesters atop wall of Carondelet Palace after President ...
File photo of Ecuadoran soldiers and protesters atop wall of Carondelet Palace after President Gutierrez was fired by the Congress. File photo showing Ecuadoran soldiers observing demonstrators that scaled a wall of Carondelet Palace, after President Lucio Gutierrez was fired by the Congress in Quito, on April 20, 2005. Ecuador should hold new elections following the ouster of the oil-rich country's President Gutierrez, the United States said April 21, 2005 as it led international calls for a return to stability. After a week of increasingly violent protests in which the president was accused of abusing his power by meddling with the Andean nation's top court, Congress named Vice President Alfredo Palacio to serve until Gutierrez's term was due to end in 2007. The Organization of American States has called a special meeting for Thursday to discuss the situation. Picture taken April 20, 2005. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
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April 20, 2005
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) is protected by a policeman as he is confronted by demonstrators...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran Vice President Palacio is confronted by protesters in Quito.
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) is protected by a policeman as he is confronted by demonstrators demanding he resign, just a few hours after he was sworn in by Congress to replace President Lucio Gutierrez, in the headquarters of the NGO Ciespal in Quito, April 20, 2005. Ecuador's Congress fired Gutierrez for "abandoning his post" and named Vice President Palacio in his place, after a crisis ignited las December when Gutierrez packed the Supreme Court with political allies. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR
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April 20, 2005
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) is protected by a policeman as he is confronted by demonstrators...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran Vice President Palacio is confronted by protesters in Quito.
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) is protected by a policeman as he is confronted by demonstrators demanding he resign, just a few hours after he was sworn in by Congress to replace President Lucio Gutierrez, in the headquarters of the NGO Ciespal in Quito, April 20, 2005. Ecuador's Congress fired Gutierrez for "abandoning his post" and named Vice President Palacio in his place, after a crisis ignited las December when Gutierrez packed the Supreme Court with political allies. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR
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April 20, 2005
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) tries to escape from demonstrators demanding he resign,...
Quito, Ecuador
Ecuadoran Vice President Palacio is confronted by protesters in Quito.
Ecuadoran Vice President Alfredo Palacio (C) tries to escape from demonstrators demanding he resign, just a few hours after he was sworn in by Congress to replace President Lucio Gutierrez, in the headquarters of the NGO Ciespal in Quito, April 20, 2005. Ecuador's Congress fired Gutierrez for "abandoning his post" and named Vice President Palacio in his place, after a crisis ignited last December when Gutierrez packed the Supreme Court with political allies. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja RR
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