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SPORT SOCCER
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July 27, 2006
Branns' Olafur Bjarnasson scores a penalty during the UEFA Intertoto Cup soccer match against Glentoran...
Kristiansand, Norway
Branns' Bjarnasson scores a penalty during the UEFA Intertoto Cup soccer match in Bergen
Branns' Olafur Bjarnasson scores a penalty during the UEFA Intertoto Cup soccer match against Glentoran FC from Northern Ireland at Brann Stadium in Bergen July 27, 2006. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Marit Hommedal/Scanpix (NORWAY)
SPORT SOCCER
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July 27, 2006
Start Kristiansand player Alex Valencia (L) and Skalas' Levi Hansen vie for the ball during the UEFA...
Kristiansand, Norway
Start player Valencia and Skalas' Hansen vie for the ball during the UEFA Intertoto Cup soccer match...
Start Kristiansand player Alex Valencia (L) and Skalas' Levi Hansen vie for the ball during the UEFA Intertoto Cup soccer match at the Kristiansand Stadium in Kristiansand July 27, 2006. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Tor Erik Schroeder/Scanpix
BRITAIN FERRY
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May 18, 2002
Kjell Knudsen (L), the captain the "Princess of Scandinavia", and
director of DFDS Seaways Tor Johannesen...
Kristiansand, Norway
CAPTAIN OF FIRE DAMAGED FERRY SPEAKS TO PRESS ON ARRIVAL IN NORWAY.
Kjell Knudsen (L), the captain the "Princess of Scandinavia", and
director of DFDS Seaways Tor Johannesen (R) speak to journalists about
the fire on board the ferry, in front of a badly burned funnel, after
arriving in Kristiansand, south Norway, May 18, 2002. The fire-damaged
Danish passenger ferry with 884 people aboard docked in Kristiansand on
Saturday after the crew extinguished blazes that triggered a disaster
alert overnight in the middle of the North Sea. No one was hurt but
psychologists were on hand if needed to

help passengers leaving the vessel. Three people were earlier reported
to be suffering from shock. (DENMARK, NORWAY, SWEDEN OUT)
REUTERS/Scanpix/Torstein Oeen
BRITAIN FERRY
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May 18, 2002
The Danish-owned ferry Princess of Scandinavia with 884 people on board
sails into Kristiansand, southern...
Kristiansand, Norway
DANISH OWNED FERRY PRINCESS OF SCANDINAVIA ARRIVES IN KRISTIANSAND.
The Danish-owned ferry Princess of Scandinavia with 884 people on board
sails into Kristiansand, southern Norway, under he own steam following
a fire May 18, 2002. The ship was travelling from northern England to
Sweden when the blaze broke out late Friday night. At 12:30 am the fire
was totally put out by the crew, a spokesperson for its owner, DFDS
Seaways said. (DENMARK OUT, NORWAY OUT, SWEDEN OUT) REUTERS/Torstein
Oeen/Faedrelandsvennen/ Scanpix

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