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JORDAN/
RTX2OJM
November 17, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea...
Dead Sea, Jordan
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea...
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea near Amman November 17, 2007. Koehli lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago. He cycled some 4,800 km by bicycle in 48 days from Geneva to Jordan to take part in the Mine Ban Convention. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)
JORDAN/
RTX2OJK
November 17, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea near Amman November...
Dead Sea, Jordan
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea near Amman
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea near Amman November 17, 2007. Koehli lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago. He cycled some 4,800 km by bicycle in 48 days from Geneva to Jordan to take part in the Mine Ban Convention. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)
JORDAN/
RTX2OH0
November 17, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea...
Dead Sea, Jordan
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea...
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli poses as he arrives at the King Hussein Convention Centre at the Dead Sea near Amman November 17, 2007. Koehli lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago. He cycled some 4,800 km by bicycle in 48 days from Geneva to Jordan to take part in the Mine Ban Convention. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN)
SYRIA/
RTXACT
November 13, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli rides into Damascus
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into Damascus November 13, 2007. Koehli cycled 4,200 km (2,610 miles) from Geneva to take part in an international conference on landmines to be held in Jordan next week. Koehli is due to leave Damascus for Amman on Sunday. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
RTXACP
November 13, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli rides into Damascus with Syrian cycling champion Omar Hassanin
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into Damascus accompanied by Syrian cycling champion Omar Hassanin (obscured) November 13, 2007. Koehli cycled 4,200 km (2,610 miles) from Geneva to take part in an international conference on landmines to be held in Jordan next week. Koehli is due to leave Damascus for Amman on Sunday. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
RTXACC
November 13, 2007
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli rides into Damascus with Syrian cycling champion Omar Hassanin
Swiss cyclist Armin Koehli, who lost his legs when he stepped on a landmine 26 years ago, rides into Damascus accompanied by Syrian cycling champion Omar Hassanin November 13, 2007. Koehli cycled 4,200 km (2,610 miles) from Geneva to take part in an international conference on landmines to be held in Jordan next week. Koehli is due to leave Damascus for Amman on Sunday. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
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