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ECONOMY CANADA
RTRIFIF 
February 16, 2003 
Canadian Finance Minister John Manley sits at his desk with budget
information in Ottawa, February 16,... 
Ottawa, Canada 
CANADIAN FINANCE MINSTER MANLEY SITS AT HIS DESK WITH BUDGET
INFORMATION. 
Canadian Finance Minister John Manley sits at his desk with budget
information in Ottawa, February 16, 2003. Manley will table his first
federal budget on February 18. REUTERS/Jim Young

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ECONOMY CANADA
RTRIFHM 
February 16, 2003 
Canadian Finance Minister John Manley sits at his desk with budget
information in Ottawa, February 16,... 
Ottawa, Canada 
CANADIAN FINANCE MINSTER MANLEY SITS AT HIS DESK WITH BUDGET
INFORMATION. 
Canadian Finance Minister John Manley sits at his desk with budget
information in Ottawa, February 16, 2003. Manley will table his first
federal budget on February 18. REUTERS/Jim Young

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BELGIUM SABENA
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June 26, 2001 
A PASSENGER WALKS PAST THE INFORMATION DESK OF BELGIAN NATIONAL AIRLINE SABENA AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A PASSENGER WALKS PAST THE INFORMATION DESK OF BELGIAN NATIONAL AIRLINE SABENA AT BRUSSELS' ... 
A PASSENGER WALKS PAST THE INFORMATION DESK OF BELGIAN NATIONAL AIRLINE SABENA AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM AIRPORT.


A passenger walks past the information desk of Belgian national airline Sabena at Brussels' Zaventem airport June 26, 2001. Sabena had postponed a board meeting given the talks which are underway. SwissAir Group, whose 49.5 percent stake in Sabena is due to rise to 85 percent, and the Belgian state, which holds the remaining 50.5 percent stake, have been in talks over the future of the loss-making airline. 
A ZONE
RTXKG3J 
April 11, 2001 
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desktop... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desk..... 
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desktop computer during its launch at an information technology and computer show in Singapore April 11, 2001. Dubbed the Cappuccino G1, the portable computer weighs 1.9 pounds, is about 6 inches square and 1.8 inches thick, and includes features typically found in larger desktops, including an Intel Pentium III 1GHz processor, a 20 GB hard disk, 256Mb of random access memory, an infrared port, a 56K modem, a network port, a small speaker, a CD or DVD drive, and ports for a keyboard, mouse, printer, monitor, television and other peripherals. Manufactured by Taiwan's Saintsong Corp, Singapore's A'Zone distributes and markets the computer in the Asia Pacific region, selling the top range model for about S$2400 ($1330), and aiming to market it for everyone from executives to exhibitors and students. 
BELGIUM
RTXKACP 
February 07, 2001 
A passenger looks up at the flight board while others wait by the information desk of Belgian airlines... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A passenger looks up at the flight board while others wait by the information desk of Belgian airlin..... 
A passenger looks up at the flight board while others wait by the information desk of Belgian airlines Sabena at Brussels' Zaventem airport February 7, 2001. Sabena cancelled more than half its flights after pilots called a wildcat strike after the collapse of all-night talks over a major restructuring of the loss-making national carrier. 
BELGIUM SABENA
RTRE09Y 
February 07, 2001 
Passengers wait by the information desk of Belgian airline Sabena at Brussels' Zaventem airport February... 
Brussels, Belgium 
PASSENGERS WAIT BY THE INFORMATION DESK OF BELGIAN AIRLINE SABENA AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM AIRPORT. 
Passengers wait by the information desk of Belgian airline Sabena at Brussels' Zaventem airport February 7, 2001. Sabena cancelled more than half its flights after pilots called a wildcat strike after the collapse of all-night talks over a major restructuring of the loss-making national carrier.

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BELGIUM SABENA
RTRE040 
February 07, 2001 
A passenger looks up at the flight destination board while others wait by the information desk of Belgian... 
Brussels, Belgium 
PASSENGERS WAIT BY THE INFORMATION DESK OF BELGIAN AIRLINE SABENA AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM AIRPORT. 
A passenger looks up at the flight destination board while others wait by the information desk of Belgian airline Sabena at Brussels' Zaventem airport February 7, 2001. Sabena cancelled more than half its flights after pilots called a wildcat strike after the collapse of all-night talks over a major restructuring of the loss-making national carrier.

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PAPON
RTRRPQT 
October 22, 1999 
French reporters queue in front of the information desk in the emergency room of the Insel Hospital in... 
Berne, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
FRENCH REPORTERS QUEUE IN FRONT OF THE INFORMATION DESK. 
French reporters queue in front of the information desk in the emergency room of the Insel Hospital in Berne October 22 where runaway French war criminal Maurice Papon is held. Papon was arrested in a hotel in the exclusive ski resort of Gstaad late October 21 and is due to be driven to the French border to be handed over to the French police under an extradition procedure.

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BRITAIN YUGOSLAVIA
RTRNLRK 
April 01, 1999 
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook posts a message to the Serbian people on the Foreign Office website, April... 
London, UK 
FOREIGN SECRETARY ROBIN COOK SITS AT HIS DESK IN LONDON. 
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook posts a message to the Serbian people on the Foreign Office website, April 1. In his message, Cook outlined the fact that the ongoing NATO military action is not directed against the Serbian people, but is solely aimed at averting a major human catastrophe in Kosovo. The internet has become an increasingly important source of information and propoganda in this war where media access and output from Kosovo is severely restricted.

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BRITAIN YUGOSLAVIA
RTRNLOM 
April 01, 1999 
British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook sits at his desk as he posts a message to the Serbian people on... 
London, UK 
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY ROBIN COOK POSTS INTERNET MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF SERBIA. 
British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook sits at his desk as he posts a message to the Serbian people on the Foreign Office website, April 1. In his message, Cook outlined the fact that the ongoing NATO military action is not directed against the Serbian people, but is solely aimed at averting a major human catastrophe in Kosovo. The internet has become an increasingly important source of information and propoganda in this war where media access and output from Kosovo is severely restricted.

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BRITAIN YUGOSLAVIA
RTRNLO2 
April 01, 1999 
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook sits at his desk as he posts a message to the Serbian people on the Foreign... 
London, UK 
FOREIGN SECRETARY ROBIN COOK SITS AT HIS DESK IN LONDON. 
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook sits at his desk as he posts a message to the Serbian people on the Foreign Office website, April 1. In his message, Cook outlined the fact that the ongoing NATO military action is not directed against the Serbian people, but is solely aimed at averting a major human catastrophe in Kosovo. The internet has become an increasingly important source of information and propoganda in this war where media access and output from Kosovo is severely restricted.

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SWISSAIR
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September 03, 1998 
A sign leads relatives of passengers of Swissair Flight 111 to to get more informations at the Swissport... 
A sign leads relatives of passengers of Swissair Flight 111 to to get more informations at the Swis..... 
A sign leads relatives of passengers of Swissair Flight 111 to to get more informations at the Swissport Desk at Geneva Airport September 3. The Swissair MD-11 Flight 111 with 229 people aboard crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada late Wednesday less than an hour after it left New York for Geneva, Switzerland.
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RTRGWUM 
September 03, 1998 
A sign leads relatives of passengers of Swissair Flight 111 to to get more informations at the Swissport... 
Switzerland 
A SIGN LEADS RELATIVES OF PASSENGERS OF SWISSAIR FLIGHT 111 TO INFORMATION. 
A sign leads relatives of passengers of Swissair Flight 111 to to get more informations at the Swissport Desk at Geneva Airport September 3. The Swissair MD-11 Flight 111 with 229 people aboard crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada late Wednesday less than an hour after it left New York for Geneva, Switzerland.

CR/FMS 
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April 16, 1997 
Pakistanis gather at an information desk in Islamabad April 16, seeking word on the fate of relatives... 
Pakistan 
PAKISTANIS INQUIRE ABOUT RELATIVES AT HAJ CENTER AFTER MECCA FIRE 
Pakistanis gather at an information desk in Islamabad April 16, seeking word on the fate of relatives after a fire that swept through a tent compound in the Moslem holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia, killing 217 people and injuring 1,300 on April 15. Anxious people flocked to the Haj Centre near Islamabad to ask about family members who had gone on the annual pilgrimage to Mecca.

MOSLEMS HAJ 
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January 23, 1997 
A group of Portuguese passengers wait for information at a Viasa desk at Maiquetia airport January 23,... 
Venezuela 
VIASA PASSENGERS WAIT AT MAIQUETIA AIRPORT 
A group of Portuguese passengers wait for information at a Viasa desk at Maiquetia airport January 23, after the airline announced an indefinite suspension of its flights as it teetered on the brink of bankruptcy. At least ten flights were affected by the supension, including those to Europe and Latin America. Viasa, whose majority shareholder is Spanish national airline Iberia, registered a loss of $30 million last year.

VIASA VENEZUELA 
FRANCE
RTXGOUV 
July 04, 1996 
A traveller asks for informations at the Air Inter Europe desk at Orly airport, July 4. Air inter Europe,... 
A traveller asks for informations at the Air Inter Europe desk at Orly airport, July 4. Air inter Eu..... 
A traveller asks for informations at the Air Inter Europe desk at Orly airport, July 4. Air inter Europe, the regional wing of state carrier Air France, canceled more than two-third of its 500 flights july 4 after unions called a second 24-hour strike in a week protesting a feared merger with the parent company. 
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