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NATO-SABER STRIKE/
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June 11, 2015 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi, Latvia, June 11, 2015.... 
ADAZI, Latvia 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi, Latvia, June 11, 2015. The annual training this year involves more than 6,000 troops from 13 NATO countries and covers the territories of Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland. Soldiers from Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and the United States have been taking part in the 2015 edition of the exercise, which has been held annually since 2010. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
NATO-SABER STRIKE/
RTX1G2AZ 
June 11, 2015 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi, Latvia, June 11, 2015.... 
ADAZI, Latvia 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi 
British Ghurkas attend the multinational NATO exercise Saber Strike in Adazi, Latvia, June 11, 2015. The annual training this year involves more than 6,000 troops from 13 NATO countries and covers the territories of Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland. Soldiers from Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and the United States have been taking part in the 2015 edition of the exercise, which has been held annually since 2010. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
Society
Society 
Gurkhas - a Lost Generation - 08 Nov 2013 
13 PICTURES 
Royals
Royals 
Queen Elizabeth Visits Barracks in Maidstone - 25 Feb 2011 
14 PICTURES 
BRITAIN
RTXUMKP 
November 14, 2010 
Ghurka soldiers inspect their uniforms as they prepare to take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday... 
London, United Kingdom 
Ghurka soldiers inspect their uniforms as they prepare to take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday... 
Ghurka soldiers inspect their uniforms as they prepare to take part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony in central London November 14, 2010. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY MILITARY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2GKLI 
July 20, 2010 
Mourners react as the repatriation cortege carrying Marine Matthew Harrison of 40 Commando, Lieutenant... 
WOOTTON BASSETT, United Kingdom 
Mourners react as the repatriation cortege of four soldiers passes through Wootton Bassett 
Mourners react as the repatriation cortege carrying Marine Matthew Harrison of 40 Commando, Lieutenant Neal Turkington, Corporal Arjun Purja Pun and Major Josh Bowman of 1st battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles passes through Wootton Bassett, southern England July 20, 2010. The four soldiers were repatriated to Britain on Tuesday after being killed in the conflict in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
Royals
Royals 
Prince Charles Meet Gurkhas - 11 Feb 2010 
10 PICTURES 
BRITAIN/
RTR2A3EH 
February 11, 2010 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) arrives to greet family members of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles... 
NETHER AVON, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles arrives to greet family members of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles... 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) arrives to greet family members of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles at the Avon compound in Wiltshire, southern England February 11, 2010. The soldiers are taking part in a Mission Rehearsal Exercise prior to being deployed to Afghanistan next month. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS MILITARY CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2A3CU 
February 11, 2010 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) looks through a pair of binoculars while meeting with family members of... 
NETHER AVON, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles looks through a pair of binoculars in Wiltshire 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) looks through a pair of binoculars while meeting with family members of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles at the Avon compound in Wiltshire, southern England February 11, 2010. The soldiers are taking part in a Mission Rehearsal Exercise before being deployed to Afghanistan next month. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS SOCIETY MILITARY) 
News
News 
Lumley Celebrates Gurkha Victory - 21 May 2009 
30 PICTURES 
BRITAIN/
RTXKOS9 
May 21, 2009 
British actress and Gurkha activist Joanna Lumley celebrates with Gurkhas outside the Houses of Parliament... 
London, United Kingdom 
British actress and Gurkha activist Joanna Lumley celebrates with Gurkhas outside the Houses of Parliament... 
British actress and Gurkha activist Joanna Lumley celebrates with Gurkhas outside the Houses of Parliament in London May 21, 2009. Britain's Government announced on Thursday that all Gurkha veterans who retired before 1997 with a minimum for four years' service, will be allowed to settle in the UK. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN POLITICS MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BRITAIN/
RTXER3V 
May 05, 2009 
British actress Joanna Lumley stands with former Gurkha soldiers as she speaks to the media in front... 
London, United Kingdom 
British actress Lumley stands with former Gurkha soldiers as she speaks to media in front of the Houses... 
British actress Joanna Lumley stands with former Gurkha soldiers as she speaks to the media in front of the Houses of Parliament after appearing at a select committee session, in London May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN MILITARY POLITICS) 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXD9PU 
March 27, 2009 
British Gurkhas rest after going on foot patrol in Musa Qala, Helmand province, March 27, 2009. REUTERS/Omar... 
MUSA QALA, Afghanistan 
British Gurkhas rest after going on foot patrol in Musa Qala 
British Gurkhas rest after going on foot patrol in Musa Qala, Helmand province, March 27, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT MILITARY) 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXD9PJ 
March 27, 2009 
Soldiers from the 2nd Gurkha Regiment of the British army clean and inspect their weapons on Patrol Base... 
MUSA QALA, Afghanistan 
Soldiers from the 2nd Gurkha Regiment of the British army clean and inspect their weapons on Patrol Base... 
Soldiers from the 2nd Gurkha Regiment of the British army clean and inspect their weapons on Patrol Base Woqab in Musa Qala, Helmand province March 27, 2009. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT MILITARY) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTXCVIG 
March 17, 2009 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London March 17,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTXCVIA 
March 17, 2009 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London March 17,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London 
Former Gurkha soldiers and their supporters hold placards outside the High Court in London March 17, 2009. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN MILITARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
INDIA/
RTR22NNP 
December 17, 2008 
Soldiers attend a morning drill during their training period at 11 Gorkha Rifles Regimental Centre, on... 
Lucknow, India 
Soldiers attend morning drill during their training period on foggy day in Lucknow 
Soldiers attend a morning drill during their training period at 11 Gorkha Rifles Regimental Centre, on a foggy day in the northern Indian city Lucknow December 17, 2008. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR22KC5 
December 14, 2008 
Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles (Bogra) battalion personnel stand guard during the three-day-long diamond jubilee... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles battalion personnel stand guard on the outskirts of Siliguri 
Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles (Bogra) battalion personnel stand guard during the three-day-long diamond jubilee celebrations at Sukana army cantonment on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri December 13, 2008. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR22KC0 
December 14, 2008 
An Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles (Bogra) battalion personnel shouts a command during the three-day-long diamond... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles battalion personnel shouts a command on the outskirts of Siliguri 
An Indian 5/11 Gorkha rifles (Bogra) battalion personnel shouts a command during the three-day-long diamond jubilee celebrations at Sukana army cantonment on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri December 13, 2008. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
NEPAL/
RTR227IN 
December 03, 2008 
A young man exercises during training in Pokhara November 30, 2008. More than 20 thousand young Nepalis... 
Pokhara, Nepal 
A young man exercises during training in Pokhara 
A young man exercises during training in Pokhara November 30, 2008. More than 20 thousand young Nepalis compete every year to be selected for the British Gurkha regiment where only 300 will be recruited. The training includes rigorous fitness exercises such as carrying heavy loads up and down a road. Picture taken November 30, 2008. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar (NEPAL) 
BRITAIN/
RTXASJG 
November 20, 2008 
Actress Joanna Lumley and Gurkha veterans stand in front of the Cenotaph after laying a wreath, in central... 
London, United Kingdom 
Actress Lumley and Gurkha veterans stand in front of the Cenotaph after laying a wreath in central London... 
Actress Joanna Lumley and Gurkha veterans stand in front of the Cenotaph after laying a wreath, in central London, November 20, 2008. Following a rally and wreath laying, Lumley and the Gurkhas presented a petition to 10 Downing Street, urging the government to to give British Army Gurkhas who retired from service before 1997 the automatic right to live and settle in the UK REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTXASJB 
November 20, 2008 
Actress Joanna Lumley (C) and Gurkha veterans walk to the Cenotaph to lay a wreath, in central London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Actress Lumley and Gurkha veterans walk to the Cenotaph to lay a wreath in central London 
Actress Joanna Lumley (C) and Gurkha veterans walk to the Cenotaph to lay a wreath, in central London, November 20, 2008. Following a rally and wreath laying, Lumley and the Gurkhas presented a petition to 10 Downing Street, urging the government to to give British Army Gurkhas who retired from service before 1997 the automatic right to live and settle in the UK REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTX92UZ 
September 30, 2008 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Lachhiman Gurung poses with supporters outside... 
London, United Kingdom 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Lachhiman Gurung poses with supporters outside... 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Lachhiman Gurung poses with supporters outside the High Court in London September 30, 2008. Former Gurkha soldiers from Nepal have won their legal bid to secure the right to retire in Britain. The soldiers began a High Court challenge earlier this month against a ruling that means those who retire before 1997 have no automatic right to live in Britain. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTX92UX 
September 30, 2008 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Tul Bahador Pun poses with supporters outside... 
London, United Kingdom 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Tul Bahador Pun poses with supporters outside... 
Former Gurkha soldier and holder of the Victoria Cross, Tul Bahador Pun poses with supporters outside the High Court in London September 30, 2008. Former Gurkha soldiers from Nepal have won their legal bid to secure the right to retire in Britain. The soldiers began a High Court challenge earlier this month against a ruling that means those who retire before 1997 have no automatic right to live in Britain. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTX92UH 
September 30, 2008 
British actress Joanna Lumley poses with former Gurkha soldiers and holders of the Victoria Cross, Lachhiman... 
London, United Kingdom 
British actress Joanna Lumley poses with former Gurkha soldiers outside the High Court in London 
British actress Joanna Lumley poses with former Gurkha soldiers and holders of the Victoria Cross, Lachhiman Gurung (L) and Tul Bahador Pun (R) outside the High Court in London September 30, 2008. Former Gurkha soldiers from Nepal have won their legal bid to secure the right to retire in Britain. The soldiers began a High Court challenge earlier this month against a ruling that means those who retire before 1997 have no automatic right to live in Britain. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN-GURKHAS/
RTR21Y13 
September 16, 2008 
Retired Gurkhas Laxman Gurung (R) and Rahadur Pun, both awarded the Victoria Cross - Britain's highest... 
London, United Kingdom 
Retired Gurkhas sit outside the High Court in London 
Retired Gurkhas Laxman Gurung (R) and Rahadur Pun, both awarded the Victoria Cross - Britain's highest award for bravery, sit outside the High Court in London on September 16, 2008. Former Gurkha soldiers from
Nepal demonstrated outside the High Court in London on Tuesday before the latest round of their legal bid to win the right to retire in Britain. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN) 
INDIA
RTX788I 
June 22, 2008 
A former army officer measures the chest of a candidate during a recruitment drive for Gorkha Land Personnel... 
LEBONG, India 
A former army officer measures the chest of a candidate during a recruitment drive at Lebong village 
A former army officer measures the chest of a candidate during a recruitment drive for Gorkha Land Personnel (GLP) by Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (Gorkha People's Liberation Front) at Lebong village on the outskirts of the northeastern hill resort Darjeeling June 22, 2008. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
SINGAPORE-GURKHAS/SCUFFLE
RTX75OB 
June 20, 2008 
Gurkhas stand guard at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - World Bank meetings in Singapore in this... 
Singapore, Singapore 
File photo of Gurkhas standing guard at the IMF-World Bank meetings in Singapore 
Gurkhas stand guard at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - World Bank meetings in Singapore in this September 18, 2006 file photo. A group of Nepalese Gurkhas in a contingent attached to Singapore's police "scuffled" last week in a dispute over wages, a rare display of indiscipline in a force renowned for its bravery and devotion to duty. REUTERS/Nicky Loh/Files (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE-GURKHAS/SCUFFLE
RTX75O6 
June 20, 2008 
Gurkhas walk up a road near a nature reserve during a search operation for Mas Selamat bin Kastari in... 
Singapore, Singapore 
File photo of Gurkhas walking near a nature reserve during a search operation in Singapore 
Gurkhas walk up a road near a nature reserve during a search operation for Mas Selamat bin Kastari in Singapore in this March 4, 2008 file photo. A group of Nepalese Gurkhas in a contingent attached to Singapore's police "scuffled" last week in a dispute over wages, a rare display of indiscipline in a force renowned for its bravery and devotion to duty. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/Files (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE-GURKHAS/SCUFFLE
RTX75O5 
June 20, 2008 
Gurkhas stand guard outside the Suntec international convention centre ahead of the International Monetary... 
Singapore, Singapore 
File photo of Gurkhas standing guard outside venue of IMF - World Bank meetings in Singapore 
Gurkhas stand guard outside the Suntec international convention centre ahead of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) - World Bank meetings in Singapore in this September 12, 2006 file photo. A group of Nepalese Gurkhas in a contingent attached to Singapore's police "scuffled" last week in a dispute over wages, a rare display of indiscipline in a force renowned for its bravery and devotion to duty. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/Files (SINGAPORE) 
INDIA-DARJEELING/STRIKE
RTX71BB 
June 17, 2008 
Truck drivers and their helpers sit on a highway during an indefinite strike called by the Gorkha Janmukti... 
PAGLA JORA, India 
Truck drivers and their helpers sit on a highway during indefinite strike in Pagla jora 
Truck drivers and their helpers sit on a highway during an indefinite strike called by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (Gorkha People's Liberation Front) in Pagla Jora village about 43 km (27 miles) south of the northeastern hill resort of Darjeeling, June 17, 2008. Protesters shut down the famous Darjeeling hills on Tuesday, threatening its tea and tourism industries, as the Gorkha community pressed its demand for autonomy with an indefinite strike. Gorkhas, who are ethnic Nepalis, are demanding a separate state of "Gorkhaland" be carved out of West Bengal to protect their culture and heritage. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTR1ZVFG 
April 25, 2008 
A band member from the Gurkha regiment of Indian Army plays a musical instrument during the passing out... 
Chandigarh, India 
A band member from Gurkha regiment of Indian Army plays an instrument during the passing out parade ceremony... 
A band member from the Gurkha regiment of Indian Army plays a musical instrument during the passing out parade ceremony of Indo-Tibetan Border Police in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh April 25, 2008. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA) 
NEPAL-GURKHAS/
RTR1ZTMH 
April 24, 2008 
The Indian Gurkha regiment marches during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day celebrations in... 
Calcutta, India 
To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS 
The Indian Gurkha regiment marches during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day celebrations in the eastern city of Calcutta in this January 24, 2005 file photo. For nearly two centuries, Nepal's valiant Gurkha soldiers have battled their foes with guns and their lethal kukri knives, which tradition demands must draw blood every time it is unsheathed. But in a narrow lane off Nepal's parliament complex, they prepare for a battle of a different kind -- not with weapons but printing machines and fliers. Their enemy: a life-altering new diktat from Nepal's rulers-elect, the Maoists. Picture taken on January 24, 2005. To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS REUTERS/Sucheta Das/Files (INDIA) 
NEPAL-GURKHAS/
RTR1ZTMF 
April 24, 2008 
A Gurkha soldier of the British army stands guard during training in Kabul in this March 15, 2004 file... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS 
A Gurkha soldier of the British army stands guard during training in Kabul in this March 15, 2004 file photo. For nearly two centuries, Nepal's valiant Gurkha soldiers have battled their foes with guns and their lethal kukri knives, which tradition demands must draw blood every time it is unsheathed. But in a narrow lane off Nepal's parliament complex, they prepare for a battle of a different kind -- not with weapons but printing machines and fliers. Their enemy: a life-altering new diktat from Nepal's rulers-elect, the Maoists. Picture taken on March 15, 2004. To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS REUTERS/Ahmad Masood/Files (AFGHANISTAN) 
NEPAL-GURKHAS/
RTR1ZTMD 
April 24, 2008 
A Gurkha from the 1st battalion of Royal Gurkha Rifles, part of the five airborne brigades in the area,... 
Petrovac, Macedonia 
To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS 
A Gurkha from the 1st battalion of Royal Gurkha Rifles, part of the five airborne brigades in the area, sharpens his kukri knife in Petrovac in this June 8, 1999 file photo. For nearly two centuries, Nepal's valiant Gurkha soldiers have battled their foes with guns and their lethal kukri knives, which tradition demands must draw blood every time it is unsheathed. But in a narrow lane off Nepal's parliament complex, they prepare for a battle of a different kind -- not with weapons but printing machines and fliers. Their enemy: a life-altering new diktat from Nepal's rulers-elect, the Maoists. Picture taken on June 8, 1999. To match feature NEPAL-GURKHAS REUTERS/Russell Boyce/Files (MACEDONIA) 
BRITAIN/
RTX6T8 
November 10, 2007 
British Army Gurkhas manning a sanger (watch tower) are kept alert by the threat of attack at a British... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkhas manning a watch tower are kept alert by the threat of attack at a British forward... 
British Army Gurkhas manning a sanger (watch tower) are kept alert by the threat of attack at a British forward operating base (FOB) in Southern Helmand province, Afghanistan November 10, 2007. The base has been attacked up to 5 times a day. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX5W7 
November 09, 2007 
British Army Gurkha soldiers rest after returning fire from their forward operating base, (FOB), as it... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkha soldiers rest after returning fire from their forward operating base (FOB) as it... 
British Army Gurkha soldiers rest after returning fire from their forward operating base, (FOB), as it came under attack in Southern Helmand province, Afghanistan November 9, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
BRITAIN/
RTX5GS 
November 09, 2007 
A Gurkha war veteran carries a wreath at a memorial ceremony in central London, November 9, 2007. Britain's... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Gurkha war veteran carries a wreath at a memorial ceremony in central London 
A Gurkha war veteran carries a wreath at a memorial ceremony in central London, November 9, 2007. Britain's former Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, also attended the fifth annual ceremony to honour and remember the five million people from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the Kingdom of Nepal, Africa and the Caribbean who volunteered to serve with British Armed Forces during the first and second World Wars. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX2N5 
November 07, 2007 
A British Army Gurkha soldier leads the patrol in southern Helmand province Afghanistan November 7, 2007.... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
A British Army Gurkha soldier leads the patrol in southern Helmand 
A British Army Gurkha soldier leads the patrol in southern Helmand province Afghanistan November 7, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX2L1 
November 07, 2007 
British Army Gurkha soldiers patrol through a market street in southern Helmand province, Afghanistan,... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkha soldiers patrol through a deserted market street in southern Helmand 
British Army Gurkha soldiers patrol through a market street in southern Helmand province, Afghanistan, November 7, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX13I 
November 06, 2007 
British Army Gurkhas prepare to patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkhas prepare to patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan... 
British Army Gurkhas prepare to patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan November 6, 2007. The patrol was fired on from a nearby position, it received no casualites and returned the fire. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
BRITAIN/
RTX122 
November 06, 2007 
British Army Gurkhas patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan November... 
Helmand, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkhas patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan 
British Army Gurkhas patrol an area known as Hamburger Hill in Helmand province, Afghanistan November 6, 2007. The patrol was fired on from a nearby position, it received no casualites and returned the fire. REUTERS/Steve Lewis (AFGHANISTAN) 
DEFENCE-ASIA/
RTR1QBGV 
June 01, 2007 
A Gurkha security guard (L) and a police officer stand guard at the venue of the Shangri-La Dialogue... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Gurkha security guard and a police officer stand guard at the venue of the Shangri-La Dialogue security... 
A Gurkha security guard (L) and a police officer stand guard at the venue of the Shangri-La Dialogue security conference in Singapore June 1, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE) 
BRITAIN/
RTR1O0M0 
March 28, 2007 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London March 28,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London March 28, 2007. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN/
RTR1O0LC 
March 28, 2007 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London March 28,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London 
Gurkha veterans rally for equal pensions outside the Houses of Parliament in central London March 28, 2007. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN) 
AFGHAN
RTR6BG2 
November 05, 2003 
A British Ghurka soldier from the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT)
stands guard near a United Nations... 
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
BRITISH GHURKA SOLDIER FROM STANDS GUARD IN MAZAR-I-SHARIF. 
A British Ghurka soldier from the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT)
stands guard near a United Nations flag in Mazar-i-Sharif on November
5, 2003. REUTERS/POOL/Wang Lei

CRB 
BRITAIN
RTXLVQ3 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to be taken for... 
Basra, Iraq 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to be taken ..... 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse Iraq's future. (Credit : POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror) 
BRITAIN
RTXLVQ2 
April 01, 2003 
British Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to be... 
Basra, Iraq 
British Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to b..... 
British Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse Iraq's future. 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL89C 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS ESCORT IRAQI MEN TO A PUMA HELICOPTER TO BE TAKEN FOR
QUESTIONING NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.... 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle was stopped by U.S.-led forces west
of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the
United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling
for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to
endorse Iraq's future. PP03040003 REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily
Mirror

ASA/WS 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7VY 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers stop a vehicle containing four Iraqi men and escort
them to a Puma helicopter to be... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS STOP VEHICLE OF FOUR IRAQI MEN NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
Ghurka soldiers stop a vehicle containing four Iraqi men and escort
them to a Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in
southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United
Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the
body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse
Iraq's future. PP03040003 REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7IL 
April 01, 2003 
A Ghurka soldier takes orders from his commanding officer west of Basra
in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003.... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKA SOLDIER TAKES ORDERS FROM COMMANDING OFFICER NEAR BASRA IN
SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
A Ghurka soldier takes orders from his commanding officer west of Basra
in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United
Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the
body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse
Iraq's future. REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7FJ 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers escort an Iraqi man to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after his vehicle... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS ESCORT IRAQI MAN TO PUMA HELICOPTER IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
Ghurka soldiers escort an Iraqi man to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after his vehicle was stopped by U.S.-led forces west
of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the
United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling
for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to
endorse Iraq's future. REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7ET 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS STOP THE VEHICLE OF FOUR IRAQI MEN NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in southern
Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United Nations back to
the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the body to oversee
aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse Iraq's future.
REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA 
IRAQ BRITAIN
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April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS STOP THE VEHICLE OF FOUR IRAQI MEN NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in southern
Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United Nations back to
the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the body to oversee
aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse Iraq's future.
REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA/WS 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7CZ 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS ESCORT IRAQI MEN TO PUMA HELICOPTER TO BE TAKEN FOR QUESTIONING
NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.... 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle was stopped by U.S.-led forces west
of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the
United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling
for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to
endorse Iraq's future. REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA/WS 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7CU 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS ESCORT IRAQI MEN TO PUMA HELICOPTER TO BE TAKEN FOR QUESTIONING
NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.... 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle was stopped by U.S.-led forces west
of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the
United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling
for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to
endorse Iraq's future. REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA/WS 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7CJ 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS ESCORT IRAQI MEN TO PUMA HELICOPTER TO BE TAKEN FOR QUESTIONING
NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.... 
Ghurka soldiers escort four Iraqi men to a Puma helicopter to be taken
for questioning after their vehicle was stopped by U.S.-led forces west
of Basra in southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the
United Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling
for the body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to
endorse Iraq's future. REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7CF 
April 01, 2003 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
GHURKAS STOP THE VEHICLE OF FOUR IRAQI MEN NEAR BASRA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort them to a
Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in southern
Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United Nations back to
the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the body to oversee
aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse Iraq's future.
REUTERS/POOL/James Vellacott - Daily Mirror

ASA/WS 
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRL7CA 
April 01, 2003 
British Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort
them to a Puma helicopter to be... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
BRITISH GHURKAS STOP THE VEHICLE OF FOUR IRAQI MEN NEAR BASRA IN
SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
British Ghurka soldiers stop the vehicle of four Iraqi men and escort
them to a Puma helicopter to be taken for questioning west of Basra in
southern Iraq, April 1, 2003. Britain tried to thrust the United
Nations back to the heart of post-war Iraq on Tuesday, calling for the
body to oversee aid operations and for new resolutions to endorse
Iraq's future.

REUTERS/James Vellacott/POOL 
IRAQ BRITAIN BLAIR
RTRKPBV 
March 23, 2003 
A Ghurka soldier attached to the British 1 Royal Irish Regiment, 16 Air
Assault Brigade stands by a... 
Ramala 
A CONVOY OF VEHICLES FROM BRITISH ROYAL IRISH LINES UP IN THE RAMALA
OIL FIELDS IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 
A Ghurka soldier attached to the British 1 Royal Irish Regiment, 16 Air
Assault Brigade stands by a convoy of vehicles carrying Iraqi prisoners
of war in the Ramala Oil Fields, Iraq, March 23, 2003. Britain's Prime
Minister Tony Blair told British forces in a broadcast on Sunday that
despite suffering casualties from "friendly fire" the military campaign
in Iraq was proceeding according to plan. REUTERS/POOL/Ian Jones

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