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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTR154SE
November 06, 2002
British plane spotters Andrew Jenkins (R) and Mike Bursell react after
the end of an appeal that found...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS JENKINS AND BURSELL REACT TO NOT GUILTY
JUDGEMENT IN GREECE.
British plane spotters Andrew Jenkins (R) and Mike Bursell react after
the end of an appeal that found them not guilty of involvement in
obtaining state secrets at Greece's southern coastal town of Kalamata
November 6, 2002. The three-judge panel found all 13 British and Dutch
planespotters not guilty except a 12th Briton who did not participate
in the appeal, ending a year-long ordeal for the aviation enthusiasts.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDH5V
November 06, 2002
British plane spotter Peter Norris hugs his wife after the end of anr
appeal that found him not guilty...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER NORRIS HUGS HIS WIFE FOLLOWING THE END OF AN
APPEAL IN GREECE.
British plane spotter Peter Norris hugs his wife after the end of anr
appeal that found him not guilty of involvement in obtaining state
secrets at Greece's southern coastal town of Kalamata November 6, 2002.
The three-judge panel found all 13 British and Dutch planespotters not
guilty except a 12th Briton who did not participate in the appeal,
ending a year-long ordeal for the aviation enthusiasts. REUTERS/Yiorgos
Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDH50
November 06, 2002
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
smile as they listen court's verdict...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS LISTEN COURT'S VERDICT IN GREECE.
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
smile as they listen court's verdict that found them not guilty of
involvement in obtaining state secrets at Greece's southern coastal
town of Kalamata November 6, 2002. The three-judge panel found all 13
British and Dutch planespotters not guilty except a 12th Briton who did
not participate in the appeal, ending a year-long ordeal for the
aviation enthusiasts. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDH1L
November 06, 2002
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen is congratulated after the end of
an appeal that found him not guilty...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTER DIRKSEN REACTS AFTER THE END OF APPEAL FOUND HIM
NOT GUILTY IN GREECE.
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen is congratulated after the end of
an appeal that found him not guilty of involvement in obtaining state
secrets at Greece's southern coastal town of Kalamata November 6, 2002.
The three-judge panel found all 13 British and Dutch planespotters not
guilty except a 12th Briton who did not participate in the appeal,
ending a year-long ordeal for the aviation enthusiasts. REUTERS/Yiorgos
Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDH1D
November 06, 2002
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen reacts after the end of an appeal
that found him not guilty of involvement...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTER DIRKSEN REACTS AFTER THE END OF APPEAL FOUND HIM
NOT GUILTY IN GREECE.
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen reacts after the end of an appeal
that found him not guilty of involvement in obtaining state secrets at
Greece's southern coastal town of Kalamata November 6, 2002. The
three-judge panel found all 13 British and Dutch planespotters not
guilty except a 12th Briton who did not participate in the appeal,
ending a year-long ordeal for the aviation enthusiasts. REUTERS/Yiorgos
Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDGZH
November 06, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin (L) hugs wife Leslie after the end of
their appeal that found them...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN HUGS WIFE LESLIE FOLLOWING THE END OF
THEIR APPEAL.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin (L) hugs wife Leslie after the end of
their appeal that found them not guilty of involvement in obtaining
state secrets at the southern coastal town of Kalamata November 6,
2002. The three-judge panel found all 13 British and Dutch
planespotters not guilty except a 12th Briton who did not participate
in the appeal, ending a year-long ordeal for the aviation enthusiasts.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDGZ9
November 06, 2002
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
stand inside a court hall as they...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN WITH WIFE LESLIE AND RUSH STAND INSIDE A
COURT HALL IN GREECE.
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
stand inside a court hall as they wait for judges to enter the hall
during second day of their appeal at the southern coastal town of
Kalamata November 6, 2002. British and Dutch planespotters' appeal is
against jail terms of up to three years for obtaining state secrets,
saying they were indulging their innocent hobby and not spying. The 14
were arrested last year for allegedly photographing a military base
outside this seaside town 250 km (150 miles) southwest of Athens and
were charged with espionage. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE  PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDFHJ
November 06, 2002
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
stand inside a court hall as they...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN WITH WIFE LESLIE AND RUSH STAND INSIDE A
COURT HALL IN GREECE.
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (L), wife Leslie and Steven Rush
stand inside a court hall as they wait for judges to enter the hall on
the second day of their appeal in the southern coastal town of Kalamata
November 6, 2002. The trial of British and Dutch planespotters
appealing against convictions for obtaining state secrets resumed on
Wednesday in this southern Greek town, with the defendants hoping for a
verdict later in the day.

REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
GREECE PLANESPOTTERS
RTR154RX
November 05, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin sits inside a Greek court hall in
front of a policeman, before the...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN SITS INSIDE A GREEK COURT HALL BEFORE
APPEAL.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin sits inside a Greek court hall in
front of a policeman, before the start of an appeal at the southern
coast town of Kalamata November 5, 2002. Coppin along with 11 other
compatriots and two Dutchmen were convicted last April of obtaining
state secrets after being arrested for allegedly taking photographs of
a military air base near Kalamata. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDCD5
November 05, 2002
British planespotter Paul Coppin (L) looks at his wife Leslie as she
enters a court hall before the...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN LOOKS AT WIFE LESLIE ENTERING A COURT HALL
IN KALAMATA.
British planespotter Paul Coppin (L) looks at his wife Leslie as she
enters a court hall before the start of their appeal at the southern
coast town of Kalamata November 5, 2002. British and Dutch
planespotters began an appeal against jail terms of up to three years
for obtaining state secrets, saying they were indulging their innocent
hobby and not spying. The 14 were arrested last year for allegedly
photographing a military base outside this seaside town 250 km (150
miles) southwest of Athens and were charged with espionage.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDCBC
November 05, 2002
Dutch plane spotter Frank Mink walks to a seat inside a Greek court
hall before the start of an appeal...
Kalamata, Greece
PLANE SPOTTERS SIT INSIDE A GREEK COURT HALL BEFORE THE START OF THEIR
APPEAL.
Dutch plane spotter Frank Mink walks to a seat inside a Greek court
hall before the start of an appeal at the southern coast town of
Kalamata November 5, 2002. Twelve British and two Dutch plane spotters
were convicted last April of obtaining state secrets after being
arrested for allegedly taking photographs of a military air base near
Kalamata. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE PLANESPOTTERS
RTRDCA1
November 05, 2002
British planespotter Paul Coppin holds a European Air Forces directory
book as he waits outside a Greek...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN HOLDS A EUROPEAN AIR FORCES DIRECTORY
BOOK.
British planespotter Paul Coppin holds a European Air Forces directory
book as he waits outside a Greek court hall before the start of an
appeal at the southern coast town of Kalamata November 5, 2002. British
and Dutch planespotters began an appeal against jail terms of up to
three years for obtaining state secrets, saying they were indulging
their innocent hobby and not spying. The 14 were arrested last year for
allegedly photographing a military base outside this seaside town 250
km (150 miles) southwest of Athens and were charged with espionage.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE
RTXLLGP
November 04, 2002
British and Dutch plane spotters pose outside a court hall before the start of their appeal at the southern...
Kalamata, Greece
British and Dutch plane spotters pose outside a court hall before the start of their appeal at the s.....
British and Dutch plane spotters pose outside a court hall before the start of their appeal at the southern seaside town of Kalamata November 4, 2002. The fourteen spotters were convicted last April of obtaining state secrets after being arrested for allegedly taking photographs of a military air base near Kalamata, Greece.
GREECE BRITAIN PLANESPOTTERS
RTRD9F4
November 04, 2002
British and Dutch planespotters pose outside a court hall before the
start of their appeal at the southern...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH AND DUTCH PLANESPOTTERS POSE OUTSIDE COURT HALL BEFORE THEIR
APPEAL IN GREECE.
British and Dutch planespotters pose outside a court hall before the
start of their appeal at the southern seaside town of Kalamata November
4, 2002. The fourteen spotters were convicted last April of obtaining
state secrets after being arrested for allegedly taking photographs of
a military air base near Kalamata, Greece. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTRD9EP
November 04, 2002
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside
court before the start of their...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANESPOTTERS DIRKSEN AND MINK STAND OUTSIDE COURT HALL IN
KALAMATA BEFORE THEIR APPEAL.
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside
court before the start of their appeal at the southern Greek town of
Kalamata November 4, 2002. The two Dutchmen along with 12 Britons were
convicted last April for allegedly taking photographs of a military air
base near Kalamata, Greece. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANESPOTTERS
RTRD9EB
November 04, 2002
British planespotters Paul Coppin (R), his wife Leslie (L) and Steven
Rush (rear C), arrive at court...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANESPOTTERS ARRIVE AT COURT FOR APPEAL IN GREECE.
British planespotters Paul Coppin (R), his wife Leslie (L) and Steven
Rush (rear C), arrive at court for the start of their appeal at the
Greek seaside town of Kalamata November 4, 2002. The three, along with
9 other compatriots and two Dutch spotters were convicted last year of
obtaining state secrets after being arrested for allegedly taking
photographs of a military air base near Kalamata, Greece.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4B19
April 26, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin leaves a court room after the end of
a trial in Greece's southern...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN LEAVES A COURT ROOM AFTER THE END OF TRIAL
IN KALAMATA.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin leaves a court room after the end of
a trial in Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 26, 2002. The court
gave suspended jail sentences to 14 plane spotters from fellow NATO
members Britain and the Netherlands after they were convicted of
obtaining state secrets, allowing them finally to walk free.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4B0D
April 26, 2002
British plane spotters Steven Rush (R) and Paul Coppin talk to
reporters after hearing their conviction...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN AND RUSH TALK TO REPORTERS AFTER HEARING
THEIR CONVICTION IN KALAMATA....
British plane spotters Steven Rush (R) and Paul Coppin talk to
reporters after hearing their conviction in a court room at Greece's
southern town of Kalamata April 26, 2002. The court gave suspended jail
sentences to 14 plane spotters from fellow NATO members Britain and the
Netherlands after they were convicted of obtaining state secrets,
allowing them finally to walk free. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis REUTERS

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4AYU
April 26, 2002
British plane spotter Leslie Coppin listens to her conviction in a
court room at Greece's southern town...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER LESLIE COPPIN LISTENS TO CONVICTION IN KALAMATA.
British plane spotter Leslie Coppin listens to her conviction in a
court room at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 26, 2002. The
court gave suspended jail sentences to 14 plane spotters from fellow
NATO members Britain and the Netherlands after they were convicted of
obtaining state secrets, allowing them finally to walk free.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis REUTERS

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4AXO
April 26, 2002
Dutch plane spotter Frank Mink stands shocked after hearing his
conviction in a court room in Greece's...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTER MINK STANDS SHOCKED AFTER HEARING HIS CONVICTION IN
KALAMATA.
Dutch plane spotter Frank Mink stands shocked after hearing his
conviction in a court room in Greece's southern town of Kalamata April
26, 2002. The court gave suspended jail sentences to 14 plane spotters
from fellow NATO members Britain and the Netherlands after they were
convicted of obtaining state secrets, allowing them finally to walk
free. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis REUTERS

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4AUT
April 26, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin stands next to a Greek policeman in a
court room in Greece's southern...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN ESCORTED BY POLICEMAN AFTER THE END OF
TRIAL IN KALAMATA.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin stands next to a Greek policeman in a
court room in Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 26, 2002. The
court gave suspended jail sentences to 14 plane spotters from fellow
NATO members Britain and the Netherlands after they were convicted of
obtaining state secrets, allowing them finally to walk free.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4ASJ
April 26, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin is escorted by Greek policemen as he
leaves a court room in Greece's...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN ESCORTED BY POLICEMEN AFTER THE END OF
TRIAL IN KALAMATA.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin is escorted by Greek policemen as he
leaves a court room in Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 26,
2002. The court gave suspended jail sentences to 14 plane spotters from
fellow NATO members Britain and the Netherlands after they were
convicted of obtaining state secrets, allowing them finally to walk
free. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR49LO
April 25, 2002
British plane spotter Paul Coppin testifies late April 25, 2002 during
the second day of the trial of...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTER COPPIN TESTIFIES DURING TRIAL IN KALAMATA.
British plane spotter Paul Coppin testifies late April 25, 2002 during
the second day of the trial of fourteen British and Dutch aviation
enthusiasts charged with obtaining state secrets at Greece's southern
town of Kalamata. Coppin started his testimony late on Thursday
following the appearance and cross-examination of seven witnesses.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR48RW
April 25, 2002
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen (R) chats with his compatriot Frank
Mink as they wait in a court...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTERS DIRKSEN AND MINK WAIT TO STAND TRIAL IN KALAMATA.
Dutch plane spotter Patrick Dirksen (R) chats with his compatriot Frank
Mink as they wait in a court room to stand trial charged for obtaining
state secrets at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 25, 2002.
First witness of the trial, Greek security officer Nectarios Samaras,
said the accused obtained classified information prior to their arrest
last November at Kalamata's air base. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
REUTERS

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR4893
April 25, 2002
Greek air force security officer Nektarios Samaras looks at a notebook
seized from one of the accused...
Kalamata, Greece
GREEK SECURITY OFFICER TESTIFIES DURING PLANE SPOTTERS TRIAL IN
KALAMATA.
Greek air force security officer Nektarios Samaras looks at a notebook
seized from one of the accused during a trial of 12 British and two
Dutch plane spotters charged with obtaining state secrets at Greece's
southern town of Kalamata April 25, 2002. The witness said the accused
obtained classified information prior to their arrest last November at
Kalamata's air base. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR488Q
April 25, 2002
British and Dutch plane spotters wait in a court room to stand trial
charged with obtaining state secrets...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH AND DUTCH PLANE SPOTTERS WAIT TO STAND TRIAL IN KALAMATA.
British and Dutch plane spotters wait in a court room to stand trial
charged with obtaining state secrets at Greece's southern town of
Kalamata April 25, 2002. The first witness in the trial, Greek security
officer Nectarios Samaras, said the accused obtained classified
information prior to their arrest last November at Kalamata's air base.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR488A
April 25, 2002
Greek air force security officer Nektarios Samaras testifies during a
trial of 12 British and two Dutch...
Kalamata, Greece
GREEK SECURITY OFFICER TESTIFIES DURING PLANE SPOTTERS TRIAL IN
KALAMATA.
Greek air force security officer Nektarios Samaras testifies during a
trial of 12 British and two Dutch plane spotters charged with obtaining
state secrets at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 25, 2002. The
witness said the accused obtained classified information prior to their
arrest last November at Kalamata's air base. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR46WL
April 24, 2002
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside a
court hall where both along...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTERS DIRKSEN AND MINK STAND OUTSIDE COURT HALL TO STAND
TRIAL OVER SPY CHARGES IN GREECE....
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside a
court hall where both along with 12 British will stand trial charged
with espionage at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 24, 2002.
The trial of 12 British and two Dutchmen arrested last November for
allegedly taking photographs of a military air base in Kalamata was due
to restart early morning April 25. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis REUTERS

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR46VR
April 24, 2002
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside a
court wherethey and 12 British...
Kalamata, Greece
DUTCH PLANE SPOTTERS DIRKSEN AND MINK STAND OUTSIDE COURT IN GREECE.
Dutch plane spotters Patrick Dirksen (R) and Frank Mink stand outside a
court wherethey and 12 British plane spotters will stand trial, charged
with espionage, at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 24, 2002.
The trial of 12 British and two Dutchmen arrested last November for
allegedly taking photographs of a military air base in Kalamata was due
to restart early morning April 25. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR46U7
April 24, 2002
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN WITH WIFE LESLIE SIT AT COURT HALL TO
STAND TRIAL OVER SPY CHARGES IN...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN WITH WIFE LESLIE SIT AT COURT HALL TO
STAND TRIAL OVER SPY CHARGES IN...
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS COPPIN WITH WIFE LESLIE SIT AT COURT HALL TO
STAND TRIAL OVER SPY CHARGES IN GREECE.


British plane spotters Paul Coppin and wife Leslie wait in a court hall
where they are charged with espionage in Greece's southern town of
Kalamata April 24, 2002. The trial of 12 British and two Dutchmen
arrested last November for allegedly taking photographs of a military
air base in Kalamata was due to restart early morning April 25.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis REUTERS
GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR46CJ
April 24, 2002
British plane spotters pose outside a court house at Greece's southern
town of Kalamata April 24, 2002...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS POSE OUTSIDE KALAMATA'S COURT HOUSE.
British plane spotters pose outside a court house at Greece's southern
town of Kalamata April 24, 2002 prior to the start of their trial over
spy charges. Twelve British and two Dutch plane-spotters were arrested
and imprisoned for 37 days last November, for allegedly taking
photographs of a military airbase at the town of Kalamata.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR46B6
April 24, 2002
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (R) with his wife Leslie along with
Graham Arnold (2nd R) and Garry...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH PLANE SPOTTERS ENTER COURT HOUSE IN GREEK TOWN OF KALAMATA.
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (R) with his wife Leslie along with
Graham Arnold (2nd R) and Garry Fagan (L) enter a court house to stand
trial over spy charges in the southern Greek town of Kalamata April 24,
2002. Twelve British and two Dutch plane spotters were arrested and
imprisoned for 37 days last November for allegedly taking photographs
of a military airbase at Kalamata. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR467I
April 24, 2002
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (R) and wife Leslie sit in a court
hall as they wait to stand trial...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH COPPIN AND WIFE LESLIE WAIT TO STAND TRIAL AT GREECE'S TOWN OF
KALAMATA.
British plane spotters Paul Coppin (R) and wife Leslie sit in a court
hall as they wait to stand trial over spy charges at Greece's southern
town of Kalamata April 24, 2002. Twelve British and two Dutch plane
spotters were arrested and imprisoned for 37 days last November, for
allegedly taking photographs of a military airbase at town of Kalamata.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR467B
April 24, 2002
British lawyer Stephen Jakobi (C) briefs British plane spotters Paul
Coppin (R) and wife Leslie as they...
Kalamata, Greece
BRITISH COPPIN AND WIFE LESLIE WAIT TO STAND TRIAL AT GREECE'S TOWN OF
KALAMATA.
British lawyer Stephen Jakobi (C) briefs British plane spotters Paul
Coppin (R) and wife Leslie as they wait in a court hall to stand trial
over spy charges at Greece's southern town of Kalamata April 24, 2002.
The 12 British and two Dutch plane-spotters were arrested and
imprisoned for 37 days last November for allegedly taking photographs
of a military airbase at town of Kalamata. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR459M
April 23, 2002
Greek lawyer Giannis Nikiteas (L) and British colleague Stephen Jakobi
speak to media during a briefing...
Kalamata, Greece
GREEK AND BRITISH ATTORNEYS BRIEF JOURNALISTS A DAY BEFORE PLANE
SPOTTERS TRIAL AT TOWN OF KALAMATA....
Greek lawyer Giannis Nikiteas (L) and British colleague Stephen Jakobi
speak to media during a briefing a day before 12 British and two
Dutchmen stand trial on charges of spying in Greece's southern town of
Kalamata April 23, 2002. The 14 plane-spotters were arrested and
imprisoned for 37 days last November, for allegedly taking photographs
of a military airbase at southern town of Kalamata. Because of the
reduced charges none will spend another day in jail, even if found
guilty as the sentence can be suspended or turned into a fine.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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GREECE BRITAIN PLANE SPOTTERS
RTR459C
April 23, 2002
Greek lawyer Giannis Nikiteas (L) and British colleague Stephen Jakobi
(2nd L) speak to media during...
Kalamata, Greece
GREEK AND BRITISH ATTORNEYS BRIEF JOURNALISTS A DAY BEFORE PLANE
SPOTTERS TRIAL AT TOWN OF KALAMATA....
Greek lawyer Giannis Nikiteas (L) and British colleague Stephen Jakobi
(2nd L) speak to media during a briefing a day before 12 British and
two Dutchmen stand trial on charges of spying in Greece's southern town
of Kalamata April 23, 2002. The 14 plane-spotters were arrested and
imprisoned for 37 days last November, for allegedly taking photographs
of a military airbase at southern town of Kalamata. Because of the
reduced charges none will spend another day in jail, even if found
guilty as the sentence can be suspended or turned into a fine.
REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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