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SOCCER-ASIA/CHAMPIONS
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November 07, 2007
Iran's Sepahan poses for team photo before their Asian Champions League final first leg soccer match...
Isfahan, Iran
Sepahan poses for team photo before Asian Champions League final first leg match against Urawa Red Diamonds...
Iran's Sepahan poses for team photo before their Asian Champions League final first leg soccer match against Urawa Red Diamonds in Isfahan November 7, 2007. Front row L-R: Ehsan Hajysafi, Moharram Navidkia, Mahmoud Karimi Sibaki, Emad Ridha, and Jalal Akbari Kelishadi. Back row L-R: Seyed Hadi Aghily Anvar, Saeid Mirgeloui Bayat, Mohsen Benkar, Abbas Mohammadi Shah Abdi, Jaba Mujiri and Abdul Wahab Labed. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V959
October 24, 2007
An Iranian Armenian woman prays at a church in Tehran October 2, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has...
Tehran, Iran
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An Iranian Armenian woman prays at a church in Tehran October 2, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN)
IRAN CHURCH
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October 24, 2007
A view of the interior a church is seen in Tehran October 2, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied...
Tehran, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
A view of the interior a church is seen in Tehran October 2, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
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October 24, 2007
Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian speaks to a Reuters correspondent during...
Tehran, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian speaks to a Reuters correspondent during an interview in Tehran October 2, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V955
October 24, 2007
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran 650 km (404...
Orumieh, Iran
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Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia October 8, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V954
October 24, 2007
Relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia October 8, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V953
October 24, 2007
Birds sit in the cross atop the steeple of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of...
Orumieh, Iran
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Birds sit in the cross atop the steeple of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia October 9, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V952
October 24, 2007
The entrance of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran,...
Orumieh, Iran
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The entrance of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia, October 8, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/ (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V951
October 24, 2007
The interior of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran,...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
The interior of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia, in this October 8, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V94D
October 24, 2007
Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian poses for a picture in front of the graves...
Tehran, Iran
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Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian poses for a picture in front of the graves of Iranian Armenians killed during the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war at a church in Tehran in this October 2, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
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October 24, 2007
A view shows the interior of a church in Tehran in this October 2, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim...
Tehran, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
A view shows the interior of a church in Tehran in this October 2, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V948
October 24, 2007
Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian speaks to a Reuters correspondent during...
Tehran, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Archbishop of the Armenian prelacy of Tehran Sebouh Sarkissian speaks to a Reuters correspondent during an interview in Tehran in this October 2, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V944
October 24, 2007
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran, 650 km ( 404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 8, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V942
October 24, 2007
Relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran,...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 8, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93Z
October 24, 2007
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 9, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
RAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93W
October 24, 2007
An Iranian Armenian woman walks out of her village church in Gardabad, outside Orumieh, 650 km (404 miles)...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
An Iranian Armenian woman walks out of her village church in Gardabad, outside Orumieh, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, October 9, 2007. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93U
October 24, 2007
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 9, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93T
October 24, 2007
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
A relief on the wall of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, is seen near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 9, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93Q
October 24, 2007
Iranian tourists look at the interior of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/
Iranian tourists look at the interior of Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia in this October 9, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93O
October 24, 2007
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404...
Orumieh, Iran
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia, in this October 9, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
IRAN-CHURCH/
RTR1V93N
October 24, 2007
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404...
Orumieh, Iran
To match feature IRAN CHURCH/
Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, 650 km (404 miles) northwest of Tehran, close to the borders of Turkey and Armenia, in this October 8, 2007 file photo. The Shi'ite Muslim country has applied for Qara Kelisa, or the Black Church, to be recognised as a United Nations World Heritage site, to join the Persepolis and other archaeological treasures. To match feature IRAN-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz/Files (IRAN)
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