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GERMANY/
RTXUVNL
November 21, 2010
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Fritz Kuhn makes a speech during...
FREIBURG IM BREISGAU, Germany
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Kuhn makes a speech during...
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Fritz Kuhn makes a speech during a party meeting in the south-western German city of Freiburg November 21, 2010. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTXUVNJ
November 21, 2010
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Fritz Kuhn makes a speech during...
FREIBURG IM BREISGAU, Germany
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Kuhn makes a speech during...
Deputy parliamentary floor leader of the environmental German Green party Fritz Kuhn makes a speech during a party meeting in the south-western German city of Freiburg November 21, 2010. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-ELECTIONS/
RTR23BBC
January 12, 2009
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir listens to Green party faction leaders...
Frankfurt, Germany
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Al-Wazir listens to Green party faction leaders Kuenast...
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir listens to Green party faction leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (R) prior to their faction meeting outside a museum in Frankfurt, January 12, 2009. Hesse state elections will be held on January 18. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-ELECTIONS/
RTR23BB1
January 12, 2009
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir poses for a picture with his party's...
Frankfurt, Germany
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir poses for a picture with his party's...
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir poses for a picture with his party's faction leaders Renate Kuenast (2ndL) and Fritz Kuhn (R) prior to their faction meeting outside a museum in Frankfurt, January 12, 2009. Hesse state elections will be held on January 18. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY-ELECTIONS/
RTR23BAZ
January 12, 2009
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir arrives for a faction meeting of his...
Frankfurt, Germany
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir arrives for a faction meeting of his...
Green top candidate for the German state of Hesse, Tarek Al-Wazir arrives for a faction meeting of his party with faction leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (R) outside a museum in Frankfurt, January 12, 2009. Hesse state elections will be held on January 18. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAEC5
November 08, 2008
Parliamentary Floor Leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (3rd L) of the environmental German Greens...
Gorleben, Germany
Germany's Greens Party members Kuenast, Kuhn, Cramer and Oezdemir attend demonstration in front of the...
Parliamentary Floor Leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (3rd L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) carry a banner with members of the European Parliament for the Greens party Michael Cramer and Cem Oezdemir (R) during a demonstration in front of the interim storage facility for nuclear waste near the northern German village of Gorleben November 8, 2008. About 16,000 anti-nuclear protesters took part in a peaceful demonstration against the upcoming transportation of eleven Castor rail containers of reprocessed German nuclear waste from the La Hague reprocessing plant in France to the Gorleben interim storage facility which started on Friday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAEC3
November 08, 2008
Parliamentary Floor Leaders Renate Kuenast (2nd L) and Fritz Kuhn (4th L) of the environmental German...
Gorleben, Germany
Germany's Greens Party members Kuenast, Kuhn, Cramer and Oezdemir attend demonstration in front of the...
Parliamentary Floor Leaders Renate Kuenast (2nd L) and Fritz Kuhn (4th L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) carry a banner with members of the European Parliament for the Greens party Michael Cramer (3rd L) and Cem Oezdemir (5th L) during a demonstration in front of the interim storage facility for nuclear waste near the northern German village of Gorleben November 8, 2008. About 16,000 anti-nuclear protesters took part in a peaceful demonstration against the upcoming transportation of eleven Castor rail containers of reprocessed German nuclear waste from the La Hague reprocessing plant in France to the Gorleben interim storage facility which started on Friday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAEBZ
November 08, 2008
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen)...
Gorleben, Germany
Germany's Greens Party members Kuhn and Oezdemir attend demonstration in front of the interim storage...
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) and Cem Oezdemir (R), a Turkish-born German member of the European Parliament for the Greens party, attend a demonstration in front of the interim storage facility for nuclear waste near the northern German village of Gorleben November 8, 2008. About 16,000 anti-nuclear protesters took part in a peaceful demonstration against the upcoming transportation of eleven Castor rail containers of reprocessed German nuclear waste from the La Hague reprocessing plant in France to the Gorleben interim storage facility which started on Friday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX6HHA
June 03, 2008
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (L) and parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn await the...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer and parliamentary floor leader Kuhn await the start of a ceremony...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (L) and parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn await the start of a ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of the entry of Germany's Greens Party (Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen) into the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 3, 2008. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1THWI
September 06, 2007
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn and Renate Kuenast (L) of the environmental German Greens party...
Hamburg, Germany
Parliamentary Floor Leader Kuhn and Kuenast of the environmental German Greens party address a news conference...
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn and Renate Kuenast (L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) address a news conference following a fraction meeting in Hamburg September 6, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1THVA
September 06, 2007
Parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn and Renate Kuenast (L) of the environmental German Greens party...
Hamburg, Germany
Parliamentary floor leader Kuhn and Kuenast of the environmental German Greens party address a news conference...
Parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn and Renate Kuenast (L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) address a news conference following a fraction meeting in Hamburg September 6, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1THV3
September 06, 2007
Parliamentary floor leader Renate Kuenast (2nd L) and Fritz Kuhn (L) of the environmental German Greens...
Hamburg, Germany
Parliamentary floor leader Kuenast and Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party address a news conference...
Parliamentary floor leader Renate Kuenast (2nd L) and Fritz Kuhn (L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) address a news conference following a fraction meeting in Hamburg September 6, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1JZZ3
December 03, 2006
Co-leaders Claudia Roth (L) and Reinhard Buetikofer (R) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis...
Cologne, Germany
Co-leaders Roth and Buetikofer of the environmental German Greens party sit in front of Trittin during...
Co-leaders Claudia Roth (L) and Reinhard Buetikofer (R) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) sit in front of their fellow party members Juergen Trittin (2ndR) and Fritz Kuhn (L) during a party congress in the western German city of Cologne December 3, 2006. The Greens gather for a three-day congress to discuss their future policy. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1JXCW
December 01, 2006
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn talks to co-leader Claudia Roth (L) of the environmental German...
Cologne, Germany
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn talks to co-leader Roth of the environmental German Greens party...
Parliamentary Floor Leader Fritz Kuhn talks to co-leader Claudia Roth (L) of the environmental German Greens party (Buendnis 90 Die Gruenen) as they sit in front of the word 'Greens' during a party congress in the western German city of Cologne December 1, 2006. The Greens gather for a three-day congress to discuss their future policy. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1JQXT
November 27, 2006
Co-parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party addresses the media...
Berlin, Germany
Co-parliamentary floor leader Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party addresses the media before...
Co-parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn of the environmental German Greens party addresses the media before a board meeting in Berlin November 27, 2006. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1H1AO
September 06, 2006
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) talks to Fritz Kuhn, co-chairman of the opposition German Greens...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel talks to Kuhn, co-chairman of the opposition German Greens party during a debate...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) talks to Fritz Kuhn, co-chairman of the opposition German Greens party during a debate at the German lower house of parliament in Berlin September 6, 2006. The members of the Bundestag discuss the federal budget for 2007. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EXEI
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (LtoR) and his fellow party members Renate Kuenast and...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer of the environmental Greens party addresses a news conference...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (LtoR) and his fellow party members Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn of the environmental Greens party are pictured from behind a glass as they arrive before a news conference in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer, a high school dropout who became one of Germany's most popular and colourful politicians, announced on Tuesday he was leaving German politics for good. Fischer, 58, said he would relinquish his seat in the German parliament at the end of summer and accept a position at Princeton University in the U.S. State of New Jersey, where he is expected to teach a course on crisis diplomacy in the autumn. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EXCX
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) of the environmental Greens party and party leaders...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer of the environmental Greens party and party leaders Kuenast and...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) of the environmental Greens party and party leaders Renate Kuenast (R) and Fritz Kuhn (L) address a news conference in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer, a high school dropout who became one of Germany's most popular and colourful politicians, announced on Tuesday he was leaving German politics for good. Fischer, 58, said he would relinquish his seat in the German parliament at the end of summer and accept a position at Princeton University in the U.S. State of New Jersey, where he is expected to teach a course on crisis diplomacy in the autumn. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EX9G
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) and party leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer and party leaders Kuenast and Kuhn arrive for a meeting of the...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) and party leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (R) arrive for a meeting of the parliamentary group of the environmental Greens party in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is giving up his seat in parliament and withdrawing from active politics. Fischer, 58, plans to take on a one-year guest lecturer position at Princeton University in September. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EX9A
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (front R) sits between his fellow party members Renate...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer sits between his fellow party members before a meeting of the...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (front R) sits between his fellow party members Renate Kuenast (L), Fritz Kuhn (back R) and Claudia Roth (back L) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is giving up his seat in parliament and withdrawing from active politics. Fischer, 58, plans to take on a one-year guest lecturer position at Princeton University in September. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EX98
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) and party leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer and party leaders Kuenast and Kuhn arrive for a meeting of the...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) and party leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (R) arrive for a meeting of the parliamentary group of the environmental Greens party in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is giving up his seat in parliament and withdrawing from active politics. Fischer, 58, plans to take on a one-year guest lecturer position at Princeton University in September. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EX91
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) sits between his fellow party members Renate Kuenast...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer sits between his fellow party members Kuenast and Kuhn before...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (C) sits between his fellow party members Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (R) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is giving up his seat in parliament and withdrawing from active politics. Fischer, 58, plans to take on a one-year guest lecturer position at Princeton University in September. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY FISCHER
RTR1EX8L
June 27, 2006
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (2ndL) stands between party leaders Renate Kuenast (L)...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Foreign Minister Fischer stands between party leaders Kuenast and Kuhn before a meeting...
Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (2ndL) stands between party leaders Renate Kuenast (L) and Fritz Kuhn (3rdL) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin June 27, 2006. Fischer is expected to announce on Tuesday that he is giving up his seat in parliament and withdrawing from active politics. Fischer, 58, plans to take on a one-year guest lecturer position at Princeton University in September. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR19I5V
October 15, 2005
Co-chairwoman Claudia Roth stands beside co-parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn (L) during a party...
Oldenburg, Germany
Co-chairwoman Roth stands beside co-parliamentary floor leader Kuhnduring a party meeting of the German...
Co-chairwoman Claudia Roth stands beside co-parliamentary floor leader Fritz Kuhn (L) during a party meeting of the German Greens party in the northwestern German town of Oldenburg October 15, 2005. Some 800 delegates of the Greens gathered for a one-day congress on Saturday to discuss their future policy after joining the opposition. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
KUHN
RTXNSZG
September 27, 2005
Fritz Kuhn addresses the [media] after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party...
Berlin, Germany
Fritz Kuhn addresses the [media] after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens par.....
Fritz Kuhn addresses the [media] after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. [The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday.]
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPLN0
September 27, 2005
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast smiles as she addresses the media...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Kuenast smiles as she addresses the media in Berlin...
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast smiles as she addresses the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPLL6
September 27, 2005
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin sits beside his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) before...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Trittin sits beside his fellow party member Kuhn in Berlin
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin sits beside his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The members of the Greens parliamentary group meet on Tuesday to elect new parliamentary floor leaders. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPL7R
September 27, 2005
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast and her fellow party member Fritz...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Kuenast and her fellow party member Kuhn address...
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast and her fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) address the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPL1T
September 27, 2005
Krista Sager (3L) and Katrin Goering-Eckardt (4L), parliamentary floor co-leaders of the German Greens...
Berlin, Germany
German Greens party parliamentary floor leaders Sager and Goering-Eckardt stand between fellow party...
Krista Sager (3L) and Katrin Goering-Eckardt (4L), parliamentary floor co-leaders of the German Greens party stand between their fellow party members Fritz Kuhn (L),Hans Christian Stroebele (2L), Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast (4R), Environment Minister Juergen Trittin (3R), co-chairwoman Claudia Roth (2R) and co-chairman Reinhard Buetikofer (R) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The members of the Greens parliamentary group meet on Tuesday to elect new parliamentary floor leaders. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPKP7
September 27, 2005
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast (R) and her fellow party member Fritz...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Kuenast and her fellow party member Kuhn arrive for...
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast (R) and her fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (2ndR) arrive for a news conference after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPKOW
September 27, 2005
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast and her fellow party member Fritz...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Kuenast and her fellow party member Kuhn pose for...
German Agriculture and Consumer Protection Minister Renate Kuenast and her fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) pose for the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPKC8
September 27, 2005
Fritz Kuhn addresses the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party...
Berlin, Germany
Kuhn addresses the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin...
Fritz Kuhn addresses the media after a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The environmentalist party, which is gearing for a return to the opposition, named Renate Kuenast and Fritz Kuhn as the joint heads of their parliamentary group on Tuesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPK88
September 27, 2005
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin and his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) arrive before...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Trittin and his fellow party member Kuhn arrive before meeting of Greens...
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin and his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) arrive before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The members of the Greens parliamentary group meet on Tuesday to elect new parliamentary floor leaders. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRPK40
September 27, 2005
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin (2R) points beside his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R)...
Berlin, Germany
German Environment Minister Trittin points beside his fellow party member Kuhn in Berlin
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin (2R) points beside his fellow party member Fritz Kuhn (R) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the German Greens party in Berlin September 27, 2005. The members of the Greens parliamentary group meet on Tuesday to elect new parliamentary floor leaders. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTRIGQ9
July 24, 2005
Spokespersons of the German environmental Greens Roth, Kuhn and Buetikofer display election campaing...
Berlin, Germany
Spokespersons of the German environmental Greens Roth, Kuhn and Buetikofer display election ...
Spokespersons of the German environmental Greens Roth, Kuhn and Buetikofer display election campaing posters for the upcoming September general elections in Berlin. Spokespersons of the German environmental Greens Claudia Roth (L-R), Fritz Kuhn and Reinhard Buetikofer display election campaing posters for the upcoming September general elections in Berlin July 24, 2005. The slogans on the posters (L-R) read: 'Move away from oil - take part!', 'Childcare for everyone - take part!', 'United against genetically modified food - take part!'. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTRF3BB
December 09, 2002
New elected Greens party leaders Reinhard Buetikofer (L) and Angelika
Beer chair their first party leadership...
Berlin, Germany
NEW ELECTED GREENS PARTY LEADERS BUETIKOFER AND BEER CHAIR THEIR FIRST
LEADERSHIP MEETING IN BERLIN....
New elected Greens party leaders Reinhard Buetikofer (L) and Angelika
Beer chair their first party leadership meeting in Berlin December 9,
2002. Germany's Greens met last weekend in Hanover amid a serious
internal leadership crisis to elect party leaders Angelika Beer and
Reinhard Buetikofer as successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/WS
GERMANY
RTXLNSM
December 08, 2002
Newly elected Greens party board members Dietmar Strehl, Reinhard Buetikofer, Angelika Beer, Steffi Lemke,...
Hanover, Germany
Newly elected Greens party board members Dietmar Strehl, Reinhard Buetikofer, Angelika Beer, Steffi .....
Newly elected Greens party board members Dietmar Strehl, Reinhard Buetikofer, Angelika Beer, Steffi Lemke, Katja Husen and Omid Nouripur (L to R) wave with flowers after their election during a party convention in Hanover on December 8, 2002. [Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis to elect their party leaders Angelika Beer and Reinhard Buetikofer as successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn.]
ROTH
RTXLNSH
December 08, 2002
Green party leader Claudia Roth is comforted by an unidentified delegate during a party convention in...
Hanover, Germany
Green party leader Claudia Roth is comforted by an unidentified delegate during a party convention i.....
Green party leader Claudia Roth is comforted by an unidentified delegate during a party convention in Hanover early December 8, 2002. [Germany's Greens met this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. ]
GERMANY GREENS
RTRF3NZ
December 08, 2002
Greens party leader Fritz Kuhn wipes his mouth during a party
convention in Hanover early December 8,...
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER KUHN WIPES HIS MOUTH DURING A PARTY CONVENTION IN
HANOVER.
Greens party leader Fritz Kuhn wipes his mouth during a party
convention in Hanover early December 8, 2002. Germany's Greens meet
this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis.
Owing to an old ruling, party delegates decided not to retain leaders
Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since
the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

JOH
GERMANY
RTRF22M
December 08, 2002
Newly elected Greens party leaders Reinhard Buetikofer (L) and Angelika
Beer smile during a party convention...
Hanover, Germany
NEW ELECTED GREENS PARTY LEADERS BUETIKOFER AND BEER SMILE DURING A
PARTY CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Newly elected Greens party leaders Reinhard Buetikofer (L) and Angelika
Beer smile during a party convention in Hanover December 8, 2002.
Germany's Greens met this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal
leadership crisis to elect their party leaders Angelika Beer and
Reinhard Buetikofer as successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/AKW/WS
GERMANY
RTRF1X3
December 08, 2002
Former German Greens party leader Claudia Roth (L) congratulates her
successor Angelika Beer during...
Hanover, Germany
FORMER GREENS PARTY LEADER ROTH CONGRATULATES SUCCESSOR BEER DURING
PARTY CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Former German Greens party leader Claudia Roth (L) congratulates her
successor Angelika Beer during a party convention in Hanover December
8, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious
internal leadership crisis to elect their new party leaders Beer and
Reinhard Buetikofer as successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/AKW/WS
GERMANY
RTRF1T5
December 08, 2002
Angelika Beer smiles after her election as Green Party leader during a
party convention in Hanover December...
Hanover, Germany
BEER SMILES AFTER ELECTION AS GREEN PARTY LEADER IN HANOVER.
Angelika Beer smiles after her election as Green Party leader during a
party convention in Hanover December 8, 2002. Germany's Greens met this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis to elect
their new party leaders Angelika Beer and Reinhard Buetikofer as
successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/AKW/CRB
GERMANY
RTRF1PB
December 08, 2002
Angelika Beer (L) and Reinhard Buetikofer walk to the podium after
their election as Greens Party leaders...
Hanover, Germany
BEER AND BUETIKOFER WALK TO THE PODIUM AFTER THEIR ELECTION AS GREENS
PARTY LEADERS IN HANOVER.
Angelika Beer (L) and Reinhard Buetikofer walk to the podium after
their election as Greens Party leaders during a party convention in
Hanover December 8, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover
amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not
to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful
party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/AKW/WS
GERMANY
RTRF1OX
December 08, 2002
Angelika Beer (R) and Reinhard Buetikofer smile after their election as
Green Party leaders during a...
Hanover, Germany
BEER AND BUETIKOFER SMILE AFTER THEIR ELECTION AS GREEN PARTY LEADERS
IN HANOVER.
Angelika Beer (R) and Reinhard Buetikofer smile after their election as
Green Party leaders during a party convention in Hanover December 8,
2002. Germany's Greens met this weekend in Hanover amid a serious
internal leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not to retain
leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders
since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann

JOH/AKW/CRB
GERMANY
RTRF1OL
December 08, 2002
Angelika Beer (R) and Reinhard Buetikofer smile after their election as
Green Party leaders during a...
Hanover, Germany
BEER AND BUETIKOFER SMILE AFTER THEIR ELECTION AS GREEN PARTY LEADERS
IN HANOVER.
Angelika Beer (R) and Reinhard Buetikofer smile after their election as
Green Party leaders during a party convention in Hanover December 8,
2002. Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious
internal leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not to retain
leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders
since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

JOH/AKW
GERMANY GREENS
RTRF1F7
December 08, 2002
Green party leader Claudia Roth (L) is comforted by co-leader Fritz
Kuhn during a party convention in...
Hanover, Germany
GREEN PARTY LEADER ROTH IS COMFORTED BY CO LEADER KUHN DURING A PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Green party leader Claudia Roth (L) is comforted by co-leader Fritz
Kuhn during a party convention in Hanover early December 8, 2002.
Germany's Greens met this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal
leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not to retain leaders
Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since
the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann

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GERMANY GREENS
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December 08, 2002
Green party leader Claudia Roth is comforted by an unidentified
delegate during a party convention in...
Hanover, Germany
GREEN PARTY LEADER ROTH IS COMFORTED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED DELEGATE DURING
A PARTY CONVENTION IN HANOVER....
Green party leader Claudia Roth is comforted by an unidentified
delegate during a party convention in Hanover early December 8, 2002.
Germany's Greens met this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal
leadership crisis. Party delegates decided not to retain leaders
Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since
the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF1CO
December 08, 2002
Green Party leader Claudia Roth (L) and co-leader Fritz Kuhn attend a
party convention in Hanover early...
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER ROTH AND CO LEADER KUHN ATTEND A PARTY CONVENTION
IN HANOVER.
Green Party leader Claudia Roth (L) and co-leader Fritz Kuhn attend a
party convention in Hanover early December 8, 2002. Germany's Greens
meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis.
Party delegates decided not to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz
Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22
years ago. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

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ROTH
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December 07, 2002
RPA Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens uses her mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover...
Hanover, Germany
RPA Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens uses her mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover.....
RPA Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens uses her mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. [Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.]
FISHER
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December 07, 2002
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attends a Greens party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attends a Greens party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002.....
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attends a Greens party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. [Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.]
ROTH
RTXLNSK
December 07, 2002
Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens drinks water during a party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens drinks water during a party convention in Hanover December 7, .....
Claudia Roth, co-leader of the Greens drinks water during a party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. [Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.]
KUHN
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December 07, 2002
Fritz Kuhn, co-leader of the Greens uses his mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover December...
Hanover, Germany
Fritz Kuhn, co-leader of the Greens uses his mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover Decem.....
Fritz Kuhn, co-leader of the Greens uses his mobile phone during a party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. [Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.]
GERMANY GREENS
RTRF20P
December 07, 2002
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attents a Greens party
convention in Hanover late December 7,...
Hanover, Germany
GERMAN FOREIGN MINSTER JOSCHKA FISCHER ATTENTS A GREENS PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attents a Greens party
convention in Hanover late December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis to elect
their new party leaders Angelika Beer and Reinhard Buetikofer as
successors of Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann
REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0RS
December 07, 2002
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer addresses a Greens party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER JOSCHKA FISCHER ADDRESSES A GREENS PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer addresses a Greens party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to
an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to
retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party
leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim
Herrmann REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0R6
December 07, 2002
Greens party leader Claudia Roth (L) and co-leader Fritz Kuhn attend a
party convention in Hanover December...
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER ROTH AND CO-LEADER KUHN ATTEND A PARTY CONVENTION
IN HANOVER.
Greens party leader Claudia Roth (L) and co-leader Fritz Kuhn attend a
party convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet
this weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis.
Owing to an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on
whether to retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most
successful party leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago.
REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0QZ
December 07, 2002
Greens party leader Fritz Kuhn addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER FRITZ KUHN ADDRESSES DELEGATES OF A PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Greens party leader Fritz Kuhn addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to
an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to
retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party
leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim
Herrmann REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0KJ
December 07, 2002
Greens party leader Claudia Roth attends a party convention in Hanover
December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens...
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER ROTH ATTENDS PARTY CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Greens party leader Claudia Roth attends a party convention in Hanover
December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this weekend in Hanover amid a
serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to an old ruling, party
delegates will be forced to vote on whether to retain leaders Claudia
Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party leaders since the Greens
were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0JW
December 07, 2002
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attends a Greens party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
GERMAN FOREIGN MINSTER JOSCHKA FISCHER ATTENTS A GREENS PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
German Foreign Minster Joschka Fischer attends a Greens party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to
an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to
retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party
leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Joachim
Herrmann REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0JF
December 07, 2002
Greens party leader Claudia Roth addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER CLAUDIA ROTH ADDRESSES DELEGATES OF A PARTY
CONVENTION IN HANOVER.
Greens party leader Claudia Roth addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to
an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to
retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party
leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Alexandra
Winkler REUTERS

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GERMANY GREENS
RTRF0HS
December 07, 2002
Greens party leader Claudia Roth addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002....
Hanover, Germany
GREENS PARTY LEADER ROTH ADDRESSES DELEGATES OF PARTY CONVENTION IN
HANOVER.
Greens party leader Claudia Roth addresses delegates of a party
convention in Hanover December 7, 2002. Germany's Greens meet this
weekend in Hanover amid a serious internal leadership crisis. Owing to
an old ruling, party delegates will be forced to vote on whether to
retain leaders Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn, the most successful party
leaders since the Greens were formed 22 years ago. REUTERS/Alexandra
Winkler

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