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POLAND-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2T7D5
November 11, 2016
Protesters carrying a banner with the name of the city of Gliwice light flares during a rally, organised...
Warsaw, Poland
Protesters light flares during a rally to mark the anniversary of Polish independence in Warsaw
Protesters carrying a banner with the name of the city of Gliwice light flares during a rally, organised by far-right, nationalist groups, to mark the anniversary of Polish independence in Warsaw, Poland, November 11, 2016. "Bog, honor, oojczyzna" reads "God, honour, homeland". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2T7D2
November 11, 2016
Protesters carrying a banner with the name of the city of Gliwice light flares during a rally, organised...
Warsaw, Poland
Protesters light flares during a rally to mark the anniversary of Polish independence in Warsaw
Protesters carrying a banner with the name of the city of Gliwice light flares during a rally, organised by far-right, nationalist groups, to mark the anniversary of Polish independence in Warsaw, Poland, November 11, 2016. "Bog, honor, oojczyzna" reads "God, honour, homeland". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A40
August 29, 2014
A sticker with wi-fi sign is seen on a glass fence around Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden...
Gliwice, Poland
A sticker with wi-fi sign is seen on a glass fence around Gliwice radio tower
A sticker with wi-fi sign is seen on a glass fence around Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A3O
August 29, 2014
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A3E
August 29, 2014
General view of radio station facilities is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
General view of radio station facilities is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station
General view of radio station facilities is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A1Z
August 29, 2014
A part of radio station facility is pictured inside a building of the Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
A part of radio station facility is pictured inside a building of the Gliwice radio station
A part of radio station facility is pictured inside a building of the Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A1R
August 29, 2014
A man shows a radio station facility inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as...
Gliwice, Poland
A man shows a radio station facility inside a building of Gliwice radio station
A man shows a radio station facility inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR44A0H
August 29, 2014
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
A part of a radio station facility is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449ZH
August 29, 2014
A man shows the approximate location of Gliwice radio station on a historic map before World War Two,...
Gliwice, Poland
A man shows the approximate location of Gliwice radio station on a historic map before World War Two,...
A man shows the approximate location of Gliwice radio station on a historic map before World War Two, at the municipal museum in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449YV
August 29, 2014
Part of a speaker made by Siemens is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
Part of speaker made by Siemens is pictured inside buildings of Gliwice radio station, today departament...
Part of a speaker made by Siemens is pictured inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the departmentof municipal museum, in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449YE
August 29, 2014
A man takes a picture inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department...
Gliwice, Poland
A man takes a picture inside a building of Gliwice radio station
A man takes a picture inside a building of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of municipal museum, in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449Y6
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured after sunset at Gliwice radio station...
Gliwice, Poland
View of Gliwice radio tower after sunset
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured after sunset at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449XZ
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured after sunset at Gliwice radio station...
Gliwice, Poland
View of Gliwice radio tower after sunset
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured after sunset at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449XH
August 29, 2014
People rest in a park in front of the Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, at Gliwice...
Gliwice, Poland
People rest in park in front of the Gliwice radio tower
People rest in a park in front of the Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449XB
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Upper...
Gliwice, Poland
A view of Gliwice radio tower
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449X5
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Upper...
Gliwice, Poland
A view of Gliwice radio tower
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Upper Silesia, southern Poland, August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449WQ
August 29, 2014
General view of Gliwice city with Gliwice radio tower over buildings in Upper Silesia, southern Poland...
Gliwice, Poland
General view of Gliwice city with Gliwice radio tower over buildings in Upper Silesia
General view of Gliwice city with Gliwice radio tower over buildings in Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY CITYSCAPE)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449WH
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, and buildings of Gliwice radio station, functioning...
Gliwice, Poland
View of Gliwice radio tower and radio station buildings
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, and buildings of Gliwice radio station, functioning today as the department of the municipal museum, are pictured in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449W0
August 29, 2014
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Gliwice,...
Gliwice, Poland
A view of Gliwice radio tower
Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, is pictured at Gliwice radio station in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND-GERMANY/ANNIVERSARY
RTR449VK
August 29, 2014
People walk in park in front of the Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, at Gliwice...
Gliwice, Poland
People walk in park in front of the Gliwice radio tower
People walk in park in front of the Gliwice radio tower, Europe's tallest wooden structure, at Gliwice radio station in Gliwice, Upper Silesia, southern Poland August 28, 2014. As Poles and Germans prepare to mark the 75th anniversary on Monday of Hitler's invasion of Poland, historians and residents of Gliwice recalled the seizure of the radio station - still today Europe's tallest wooden structure - and drew parallels with the role of media in modern conflicts such as Ukraine. Picture taken on August 28, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY)
POLAND/
RTR3EEAW
February 28, 2013
The Opel logo is placed on a Cascada model at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern...
Gliwice, Poland
The Opel logo is placed on a Cascada model at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern...
The Opel logo is placed on a Cascada model at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EEAV
February 28, 2013
A worker adjusts an Opel Cascada logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker adjusts an Opel Cascada logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland...
A worker adjusts an Opel Cascada logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EEAR
February 28, 2013
A worker adjusts an Opel logo on a vehicle at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker adjusts an Opel logo on a vehicle at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern...
A worker adjusts an Opel logo on a vehicle at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
POLAND/
RTR3EE9W
February 28, 2013
Steve Girsky (R), head of Opel's supervisory board, and Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski...
Gliwice, Poland
Steve Girsky, head of Opel's supervisory board, and Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski...
Steve Girsky (R), head of Opel's supervisory board, and Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski shake hands as they pose for a picture at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE9N
February 28, 2013
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE9L
February 28, 2013
A worker adjusts an Opel logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker adjusts an Opel logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland
A worker adjusts an Opel logo at an assembly line at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
POLAND/
RTR3EE9H
February 28, 2013
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE9D
February 28, 2013
Workers assemble an Opel Cascada car at its Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers assemble an Opel Cascada car at its Gliwice factory in southern Poland
Workers assemble an Opel Cascada car at its Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE97
February 28, 2013
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland
Workers assemble cars at the Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE7J
February 28, 2013
An Opel Cascade leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013....
Gliwice, Poland
An Opel Cascade leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland
An Opel Cascade leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at the factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE7I
February 28, 2013
Workers watch as an Opel car leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland February...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers watch as an Opel car leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland
Workers watch as an Opel car leaves an assembly line at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at the factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE7D
February 28, 2013
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Stephen Mull (R) takes a photo of Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski...
Gliwice, Poland
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Mull takes a photo of Poland's Deputy PM Piechocinski posing in an Opel Cascada...
U.S. Ambassador to Poland Stephen Mull (R) takes a photo of Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski posing in an Opel Cascada at Opel's Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched its production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at its Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR3EE73
February 28, 2013
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski gestures as he poses for a picture in an Opel Cascada...
Gliwice, Poland
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Piechocinski gestures as he poses for a picture in an Opel Cascada at...
Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski gestures as he poses for a picture in an Opel Cascada at Opel Gliwice factory in southern Poland February 28, 2013. Opel launched the production of its new midsize Cascada convertible at Gliwice factory on Thursday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TRANSPORT)
POLAND/
RTR246T9
June 02, 2009
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June...
Gliwice, Poland
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246T7
June 02, 2009
Workers leave the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers leave the Opel plant in Gliwice
Workers leave the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246T5
June 02, 2009
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south...
Gliwice, Poland
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246T1
June 02, 2009
A worker rides a bicycle at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles)...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker rides a bicycle at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
A worker rides a bicycle at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246T0
June 02, 2009
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south...
Gliwice, Poland
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice
Vehicle carriers loaded with cars are pictured at Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246SQ
June 02, 2009
A vehicle carrier loaded with cars leaves the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of...
Gliwice, Poland
A vehicle carrier loaded with cars leaves the Opel plant in Gliwice
A vehicle carrier loaded with cars leaves the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246SP
June 02, 2009
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June...
Gliwice, Poland
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice
An Opel logo is pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
POLAND/
RTR246SF
June 02, 2009
Workers ride bicycles at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers ride bicycles at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers ride bicycles at an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246SA
June 02, 2009
A worker walks past a lifted car at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker walks past a lifted car at the Opel plant in Gliwice
A worker walks past a lifted car at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTR246S4
June 02, 2009
Opel and General Motors logos are pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south...
Gliwice, Poland
Opel and General Motors logos are pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice
Opel and General Motors logos are pictured at the Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, June 2, 2009. Germany will start providing financing to Opel on Tuesday and is no longer relying on Canadian auto parts group Magna to cover the carmaker's short-term liquidity needs, Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS)
POLAND/
RTXFYUU
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYUP
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYUN
May 12, 2009
Workers look at a car on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers look at a car on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers look at a car on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009.Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYUK
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYUH
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYTW
May 12, 2009
A woman works on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
A woman works on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
A woman works on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYTT
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXFYTQ
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
POLAND/
RTXFYTK
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
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RTXFYSO
May 12, 2009
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
People work on an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
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RTXFYSL
May 12, 2009
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, May 12, 2009. Italian and German unions will meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday to seek a common position on Fiat SpA's plans to merge with Opel, a deal the Italians appear to support more than the Germans. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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RTXCOUR
March 12, 2009
General view of the Opel plant is seen in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12,...
Gliwice, Poland
General view of the Opel plant is seen in Gliwice
General view of the Opel plant is seen in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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RTXCOUN
March 12, 2009
Trailer truck carries cars from Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March...
Gliwice, Poland
Trailer truck carries cars from Opel plant in Gliwice
Trailer truck carries cars from Opel plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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RTXCOUE
March 12, 2009
A worker looks at a car in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles)...
Gliwice, Poland
A worker looks at a car in an assembly belt line at Opel'sl plant in Gliwice
A worker looks at a car in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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RTXCOTW
March 12, 2009
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
POLAND/
RTXCOTP
March 12, 2009
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
POLAND/
RTXCOTK
March 12, 2009
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw,...
Gliwice, Poland
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice
Workers work in an assembly belt line at Opel's plant in Gliwice, some 350 km (219 miles) south of Warsaw, March 12, 2009. General Motors' German Opel unit will soon start talks with the Polish government about financial aid for the company, the head of its European business, Carl-Peter Forster told daily Rzeczpospolita. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (POLAND TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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