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HORSE-NEWMARKET/
RTX2C937
April 30, 2016
Britain Horse Racing - QIPCO Guineas Festival - Newmarket Racecourse - 30/4/16
Hawkbill ridden by William...
United Kingdom
QIPCO Guineas Festival
Britain Horse Racing - QIPCO Guineas Festival - Newmarket Racecourse - 30/4/16
Hawkbill ridden by William Buick wins the 4:55 Havana Gold Newmarket Stakes
Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Henry Browne
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
HORSE-NEWMARKET/
RTX2C934
April 30, 2016
Britain Horse Racing - QIPCO Guineas Festival - Newmarket Racecourse - 30/4/16
Hawkbill ridden by William...
United Kingdom
QIPCO Guineas Festival
Britain Horse Racing - QIPCO Guineas Festival - Newmarket Racecourse - 30/4/16
Hawkbill ridden by William Buick wins the 4:55 Havana Gold Newmarket Stakes
Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Henry Browne
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
CUBA-POLITICS/
RTR4H137
December 07, 2014
Cuba's President Raul Castro (C) and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne (R) review an...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's President Raul Castro and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne review an honour...
Cuba's President Raul Castro (C) and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne (R) review an honour guard during an official reception ceremony at Havana's Revolution Palace December 7, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Banos/Pool (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS)
CUBA-POLITICS/
RTR4H133
December 07, 2014
Cuba's President Raul Castro and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne (L) meet in Havana's...
Havana, Cuba
Cuba's President Raul Castro and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne meet in Havana's...
Cuba's President Raul Castro and Antigua and Barbuda's Prime Minister Gaston Browne (L) meet in Havana's Revolution Palace December 7, 2014. REUTERS/Jorge Luis Banos/Pool (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS)
USA/
RTR324NA
May 16, 2012
Australian DJ, singer and dancer Havana Brown (L), songwriter AJ Jr. (C) and pop rock singer Porcelain...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Brown, AJ Jr. and Porcelain Black pose at BMI's 60th annual Pop Music Awards in Beverly Hills
Australian DJ, singer and dancer Havana Brown (L), songwriter AJ Jr. (C) and pop rock singer Porcelain Black pose at BMI's 60th annual Pop Music Awards in Beverly Hills, California May 15, 2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RHDJ
July 05, 2007
A photo of GDR politican Erich Honecker is pictured in a room at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28,...
Berlin, Germany
Photo of GDR politican Honecker is pictured in room at Ostel hotel in Berlin
A photo of GDR politican Erich Honecker is pictured in a room at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RHDG
July 05, 2007
Exterior view of the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the...
Berlin, Germany
Exterior view of Ostel hotel in Berlin
Exterior view of the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RHDF
July 05, 2007
A room is pictured at the "Ostel" hostel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near...
Berlin, Germany
A room is pictured at Ostel hostel in Berlin
A room is pictured at the "Ostel" hostel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RHDB
July 05, 2007
An employee is pictured at reception at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey...
Berlin, Germany
Employee is pictured at reception at 'Ostel' hotel in Berlin
An employee is pictured at reception at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA55
June 29, 2007
A paper flag printed with a white dove of peace stands in a plant pot in a room at the "Ostel" hostel...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
A paper flag printed with a white dove of peace stands in a plant pot in a room at the "Ostel" hostel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA50
June 29, 2007
An employee looks out from a window at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
An employee looks out from a window at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA4W
June 29, 2007
An employee poses on a sofa in a lounge at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
An employee poses on a sofa in a lounge at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA4U
June 29, 2007
An employee poses on a sofa in a lounge at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
An employee poses on a sofa in a lounge at the "Ostel" hotel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA4L
June 29, 2007
A radio cabinet with a photo of GDR politican Erich Honecker is pictured in a room at the "Ostel" hostel...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
A radio cabinet with a photo of GDR politican Erich Honecker is pictured in a room at the "Ostel" hostel in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA4G
June 29, 2007
General view of a hotel room with a picture of GDR politician Willi Stoph in the hostel "Ostel" is pictured...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
General view of a hotel room with a picture of GDR politician Willi Stoph in the hostel "Ostel" is pictured in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
RTR1RA30
June 29, 2007
General view of a hotel room with a picture of GDR politician Willi Stoph in the hostel "Ostel" is pictured...
Berlin, Germany
To accompany stroy GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL
General view of a hotel room with a picture of GDR politician Willi Stoph in the hostel "Ostel" is pictured in Berlin June 28, 2007. In a multi-storey concrete block near the German capital's eastern train station, former communist leader Erich Honecker, wearing his trademark thick black glasses, stares down at guests from the walls of each of the 39 rooms at a new communist-style hotel. Garish orange patterned curtains and retro brown sofas clash with lime green walls. Plastic plants and old-style lamps stand by windows overlooking more concrete blocks and the clocks at reception show the time in Moscow, Beijing and Havana. Picture taken June 28. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-EAST/HOTEL REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
CUBA GUANTANAMO
RTR1AX9F
December 13, 2005
Catholic peace activists (L-R) Jaqueline Allen from Hartford, CT, Anna Brown and Patricia Santoria from...
Havana, Cuba
US Catholic peace activists speak to media in Havana
Catholic peace activists (L-R) Jaqueline Allen from Hartford, CT, Anna Brown and Patricia Santoria from Jersey City, NJ, talk to the press about fellow activists holding a vigil near the U.S. Naval base in Guantanamo, at the Martin Luther King center in Havana, December 13, 2005. American Catholic peace activists arrived on Sunday at the perimeter of the U.S. Naval Base in Guantanamo to begin a three-day vigil and fast protesting conditions for terrorism suspects held there. The protest coincides with growing international demands from politicians, human rights organizations, the Red Cross and others to see Guantanamo detainees and accusations they are being treated cruelly. REUTERS/Claudia Daut
MOON
RTXN06X
October 28, 2004
A part of the moon is seen eclipsed by the Earth's shadow, during the stages of a total lunar eclipse...
None
A part of the moon is seen eclipsed by the Earth's shadow, during the stages of a total lunar eclips.....
A part of the moon is seen eclipsed by the Earth's shadow, during the stages of a total lunar eclipse as seen over Old Havana, October 27, 2004. The brown and orange color happens when the last part of the moon enters the umbra, or shadow of the Earth, and a total eclipse begins. Normally lit by reflected sunlight, the moon entered and emerged from the shadow of the Earth over a period of several hours.
SPACE ECLIPSE
RTRED83
October 27, 2004
A part of the moon is seen eclipsed by the Earth's shadow, during the stages of a total lunar eclipse...
Havana, Cuba
Moon is seen over Havana in Cuba during total Lunar eclipse.
A part of the moon is seen eclipsed by the Earth's shadow, during the stages of a total lunar eclipse as seen over Old Havana, October 27, 2004. The brown and orange color happens when the last part of the moon enters the umbra, or shadow of the Earth, and a total eclipse begins. Normally lit by reflected sunlight, the moon entered and emerged from the shadow of the Earth over a period of several hours. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD/GN
CUBA MUSIC DEL TORO
RTR88EK
December 04, 2003
Puertorican-born actor Benicio del Toro (L) looks at U.S. musician and
songwriter Jackson Browne in...
Havana, Cuba
BENICIO DEL TORO LOOKING AT JACKSON BROWNE DURING PRIVATE GIG.
Puertorican-born actor Benicio del Toro (L) looks at U.S. musician and
songwriter Jackson Browne in Havana, December 4, 2003. Del Toro and
Browne met with Cuban musician Carlos Varela at a rundown former ballet
school to stage a private gig, playing music and reading the lyrics of
Browne's songs until late night. REUTERS/Claudia Daut

CD
CUBA MUSIC DEL TORO
RTR88B3
December 04, 2003
Puertorican-born actor Benicio del Toro reads the lyrics of musician
and songwriter Jackson Browne (C)...
Havana, Cuba
BENICIO DEL TORO READS BROWNES LYRICS AS BROWNE AND CUBAN VARELA PLAY
GUITAR.
Puertorican-born actor Benicio del Toro reads the lyrics of musician
and songwriter Jackson Browne (C) as Browne and Cuban musician Carlos
Varela play guitar in Havana, December 4, 2003. The three artists met
at a rundown former ballet school to stage a private gig, playing music
and reading the lyrics of Browne's songs until late night.
REUTERS/Claudia Daut REUTERS

CD
CUBA MUSIC DEL TORO
RTR88AO
December 04, 2003
Cuban musician and songwriter Carlos Varela (L) kisses the hand of his
U.S. colleague Jackson Browne...
Havana, Cuba
CUBAN MUSICIAN VARELA KISSES JACKSON BROWNES HAND AS ACTOR DEL TORO
LOOKS ON.
Cuban musician and songwriter Carlos Varela (L) kisses the hand of his
U.S. colleague Jackson Browne (C) as actor Benicio del Toro looks on in
Havana, December 4, 2003. The three artists met at a rundown former
ballet school to stage a private gig, playing music and reading the
lyrics of Browne's songs until late night. REUTERS/Claudia Daut

CD
CUBA SUGAR
RTR6K3G
June 18, 2002
Alongside Sugar Minister Ulises Rosales del Toro (R), Ramon Castro (C),
elder brother rof Cuban President...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
BROTHER OF FIDEL CASTRO AT SUGAR INDUSTRY FAIR IN HAVANA.
Alongside Sugar Minister Ulises Rosales del Toro (R), Ramon Castro (C),
elder brother rof Cuban President Fidel Castro, receives a bottle of rum at
sugar industry products fair in Havana June 18, 2002. Cuban leaders
acknowledged Tuesday that they will reduce production of sugar in half and
will cut by 60 percent the number of fields dedicated to the production of
brown sugar, due in part to low market prices and inefficient production.
REUTERS/Rafael Perez

AB
CUBA SUGAR
RTR6K32
June 18, 2002
Cuban Minister of Sugar Ulises Rosales del Toro (R) cuts ribbon opening
a trade fair on the sugar industry...
Havana, Cuba - Republic of
CUBAN MINISTER OF SUGAR AND BROTHER OF FIDEL CASTRO AT CEREMONY IN
HAVANA.
Cuban Minister of Sugar Ulises Rosales del Toro (R) cuts ribbon opening
a trade fair on the sugar industry in Havana June 18, 2002. By his side
is Ramon Castro, the elder brother of Cuban President Fidel Castro.
Cuban leaders announced Tuesday that they will reduce production of
sugar in half and will cut by 60 percent the number of fields dedicated
to the production of brown sugar, due in part to low market prices and
inefficient production. REUTERS/Rafael Perez

AB/GN
CUBA-USA-GRANDMOTHERS
RTRS7U
January 30, 2000
The grandmothers of 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez, Mariela Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez listen as the...
Washington, USA
ELIAN GRANDMOTHERS LEAVE FOR CUBA.
The grandmothers of 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez, Mariela Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez listen as the former General Secretary of the New York-based National Council of Churches Rev. Joan Brown Campbell speaks to the press at Dulles International airport on January 30. The two grandmothers left for Cuba Sunday, without the 6-year-old at the heart of an international custody dispute but grateful for having had a chance to "defend the right of our grandson to go back home." "We think we have reached part of what we were planning to do here. We came to the U.S. to defend the right of our grandson to go back home to Cuba. We think we had a step forward," said maternal grandmother Raquel Rodriguez, who had hoped to return to Havana with her grandson but instead left for home with only a pin bearing his photograph.

JAW/JP
CUBA USA BOY
RTRLXU
January 25, 2000
Rev. Bob Edgar, leader of the National Council of Churches, waves goodbye to former National Council...
Miami, USA
REV EDGAR WAVES GOODBYE TO FORMER COUNCIL OF CHURCHES PRESIDENT CAMPBELL.
Rev. Bob Edgar, leader of the National Council of Churches, waves goodbye to former National Council of Churches General Secretary Joan Brown Campbell January 24 at a Tamiami Airport. Campbell escorted the grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez as they out of Miami Monday in a fruitless bid to see the Cuban boy caught in a highly politicized custody battle raging between Havana and Miami.

CB/SV
CUBA BOY USA
RTRIGQ
January 21, 2000
Juan Miguel Gonzalez, father of Elian Gonzalez, embraces U.S. National Council of Churches mediator Joan...
Havana, Cuba
ELIANS FATHER JUAN MIGUEL GONZALEZ EMBRACES MEDIATOR JOAN BROWN CAMPBELL.
Juan Miguel Gonzalez, father of Elian Gonzalez, embraces U.S. National Council of Churches mediator Joan Brown Campbell January 21 as the Cuban shipwrecked boy's grandmothers leave Havana for the United States to press for the boy's return to his Caribbean homeland. An unidentified man looks on. Their departure was the latest twist in the tortuous eight-week custody battle over Elian, which has pitted Cuban President Fidel Castro's government against its anti-communist exile foes in Florida who want the boy to stay.

HR/HB
CUBA BOY USA
RTRHMT
January 21, 2000
Joan Brown (R), former general secretary of the New York-based National Council of Churches, leaves Cuba's...
Havana, Cuba
U.S. JOAN BROWN (R) LEAVES CUBA'S COUNCIL OF CHURCHES AFTER MEETING WITH ELIAN'S GRANDMOTHERS.
Joan Brown (R), former general secretary of the New York-based National Council of Churches, leaves Cuba's Council of Churches January 21 after meeting with Elian's grandmothers at Cuba's Council of Churches in Havana. Raquel Rodriguez, one of Elian's grandmother, is behind them. The grandmothers of Cuban shipwreck boy Elian Gonzalez said on Friday they would not be traveling to the United States for the moment despite having been granted U.S. visas to go there.

HR/JP
CUBA USA GRANDMOTHERS
RTRHF5
January 20, 2000
FILE PHOTO 14JAN00 - Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R), grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez,...
Havana, USA
FILE PHOTO OF ELIAN GRANDMOTHERS AS THEY MARCH IN HAVANA.
FILE PHOTO 14JAN00 - Maria de la Quintana (L) and Raquel Rodriguez (R), grandmothers of Elian Gonzalez, are escorted by Fidel Castro's sister-in-law Vilma Espin in this January 14 file photo. The U.S. visas for the two grandmothers, Raquel Rodriguez and Mariela Garcia, were granted after they were requested by the office of Ricardo Alarcon, the president of Cuba's National Assembly and the Cuban government's main negotiator with the United States. A plane chartered by Dr Joan Brown Campbell, the former general secretary of the New York-based National Council of Churches, was expected to arrive in Havana later on Thursday.

HR/HB/JP
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