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LEBANON-BLAST/
RTX15LJS
November 20, 2013
(From L-R) Iran's ambassador to Lebanon Ghazanfar Roknabadi, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian...
Beirut, Lebanon
Iran's ambassador to Lebanon Roknabadi, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian and former Lebanese...
(From L-R) Iran's ambassador to Lebanon Ghazanfar Roknabadi, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and former Lebanese President Emile Lahoud receive condolences at the Iranian embassy for Iranian cultural attache to Lebanon, Ebrahim Ansari, who was killed during the two suicide bombings that occurred on Tuesday, in Beirut November 20, 2013. Two suicide bombings rocked Iran's embassy compound in Lebanon on Tuesday, killing at least 23 people including an Iranian cultural attache and hurling bodies and burning wreckage across a debris-strewn street. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY)
SYRIA/
RTR1W0IR
January 19, 2008
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (2nd L) and his wife Asma, Qatari Emir Shiekh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Tthe official opening of "Damascus, the Arabic Capital"
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (2nd L) and his wife Asma, Qatari Emir Shiekh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani (L),Turkish President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) and former Lebanese President Emil Lahoud (R) attend the official opening of "Damascus, the Arabic Capital of Culture 2008". in Damascus Jan 19,2008.REUTERS/ Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
RTR1W0HJ
January 19, 2008
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (3rd L) his wife Asma, Qatari Emir Shiekh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
The official opening of "Damascus, the Arabic Capital of Culture 2008", in Damascus
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (3rd L) his wife Asma, Qatari Emir Shiekh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani (2nd L) his wife Shiekha Moza Bint Nasser al-Misand (L), Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) and former Lebanese President Emil Lahoud (R) attend the official opening of "Damascus, the Arabic Capital of Culture 2008", in Damascus January 19, 2008. REUTERS/ Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX42XA
November 26, 2007
Lebanese soldiers stand guard in front of a shop along a street in Beirut November 26, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese soldiers stand guard in front of a shop along a street in Beirut
Lebanese soldiers stand guard in front of a shop along a street in Beirut November 26, 2007. Lebanon's prime minister said on Monday his government would not make any "provocative" moves in a sign he would try to contain a political crisis in the divided country. Prime Minister Fouad Siniora's cabinet assumed the powers of head of state on Saturday after the term of pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud ended with no agreement on his successor. REUTERS/Fadi Ghalioum (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3ZKX
November 24, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from nine years of presidency in Baabda near...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from nine years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanese President Emile Lahoud ordered the army to take charge of security on Friday after political rivalry blocked the election of his successor, hours before he was due to step down. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3ZKY
November 23, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanese President Emile Lahoud ordered the army to take charge of security on Friday after political rivalry blocked the election of his successor, hours before he was due to step down. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3ZKT
November 23, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (2nd R) reviews an honour guard in Baabda area near Beirut November 23,...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud reviews an honour guard in Baabda area near Beirut
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (2nd R) reviews an honour guard in Baabda area near Beirut November 23, 2007. Lahoud ordered the army to take charge of security on Friday after political rivalry blocked the election of his successor, hours before he was due to step down. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3ZKP
November 23, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud waves after stepping down from 9 years of presidency in Baabda near Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanese President Emile Lahoud ordered the army to take charge of security on Friday after political rivalry blocked the election of his successor, hours before he was due to step down. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3ZKO
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud reviews an honour guard in Baabda, near Beirut, November 23, 2007. Lahoud...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanon's President Lahoud reviews honour guard in Baabda
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud reviews an honour guard in Baabda, near Beirut, November 23, 2007. Lahoud ordered the army to take charge of security on Friday after political rivalry blocked the election of his successor, hours before he was due to step down. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
RTX3Z85
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Mar-Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir chats with parliament Majority leader...
BKERKI, Lebanon
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Mar-Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir chats with parliament Majority leader...
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Mar-Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir chats with parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri (L) during their meeting in Bkerki, north of Beirut, November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliament failed on Friday to grasp its last chance to elect a head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud leaves office at midnight, opening a vacuum that many fear could lead to violence. REUTERS/Wadih Chlink (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
RTX3Z84
November 23, 2007
Members of Parliament attend a parliament session in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliament...
Beirut, Lebanon
Members of Parliament attend a parliament session in downtown Beirut
Members of Parliament attend a parliament session in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliament failed on Friday to grasp its last chance to elect a head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud leaves office at midnight, opening a vacuum that many fear could lead to violence. REUTERS/ Hassan Ibrahim/Pool (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
RTX3Z7X
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Mar-Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir shakes hand with parliament Majority...
BKERKI, Lebanon
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Sfeir shakes hand with parliament Majority leader al-Hariri during...
Lebanon's Christian Maronite Patriarch Mar-Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir shakes hand with parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri (L) during a meeting in Bkerki, north of Beirut, November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliament failed on Friday to grasp its last chance to elect a head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud leaves office at midnight, opening a vacuum that many fear could lead to violence. REUTERS/Wadih Chlink (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2V
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri waves after arriving to the parliament in Beirut...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri waves after arriving to the parliament in Beirut
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri waves after arriving to the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2T
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri looks on as he walks outside the parliament in Beirut...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri looks on as he walks outside the parliament in Beirut...
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri looks on as he walks outside the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2S
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Walid Jumblatt walks out the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Walid Jumblatt walks out the parliament in Beirut
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Walid Jumblatt walks out the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/Jamal saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2M
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Walid Jumblatt (L) walks out with his party colleague Wael abou Faour (C) ...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Jumblatt walks out with his party colleague Faour in Beirut
Lebanon's PM Druze leader Walid Jumblatt (L) walks out with his party colleague Wael abou Faour (C) in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/Jamal saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2I
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's PM Bahia al-Hariri walks outside the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's PM Bahia al-Hariri walks outside the parliament in downtown Beirut
Lebanon's PM Bahia al-Hariri walks outside the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/Jamal saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Z2F
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri (R) walks outside the parliament in Beirut November...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri walks outside the parliament in Beirut
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri (R) walks outside the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
RTX3Z2C
November 23, 2007
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri in (L) walks out of parliament in Beirut November...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri in walks out of parliament in Beirut
Lebanon's Parliament Majority leader Saad al-Hariri in (L) walks out of parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's parliamentary speaker postponed a vote on Friday that was the last chance to choose a president before the pro-Syrian head of state, Emile Lahoud, leaves office at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YXL
November 23, 2007
A military vehicle is seen parked near the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
A military vehicle is seen parked near the parliament in downtown Beirut
A military vehicle is seen parked near the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YWY
November 23, 2007
Lebanese soldiers sit on top of armoured personnel carriers near the parliament in downtown Beirut November...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese soldiers sit on top of armoured personnel carriers near the parliament in Beirut
Lebanese soldiers sit on top of armoured personnel carriers near the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YWT
November 23, 2007
Lebanese soldiers search resident near the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese soldiers search resident near the parliament in Beirut
Lebanese soldiers search resident near the parliament in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YWR
November 23, 2007
A woman walks with her dog pass a military vehicle near the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
A woman walks with her dog pass a military vehicle near the parliament in Beirut
A woman walks with her dog pass a military vehicle near the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YW7
November 23, 2007
Army personnel carriers are seen in a street near the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Army personnel carriers are seen parked in a street near the parliament in Beirut
Army personnel carriers are seen in a street near the parliament in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YVU
November 23, 2007
A Lebanese policeman stands guard in front of the parliament building in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Lebanese policeman stands guard in front of the parliament building in Beirut
A Lebanese policeman stands guard in front of the parliament building in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YVQ
November 23, 2007
Lebanese policemen patrol in front of the parliament building in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese policemen patrol in front of the parliament building in Beirut
Lebanese policemen patrol in front of the parliament building in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YVI
November 23, 2007
Lebanese policemen patrol a street in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese policemen patrol a street in Beirut
Lebanese policemen patrol a street in Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3YUZ
November 23, 2007
A policeman with a sniffer dog leaves the parliament building in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's...
Beirut, Lebanon
A policeman with a sniffer dog leaves the parliament building in downtown Beirut
A policeman with a sniffer dog leaves the parliament building in downtown Beirut November 23, 2007. Lebanon's turmoil worsened on Friday with rival political camps failing to find a consensus that would allow parliament to choose a new head of state before pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud's term expires at midnight. REUTERS/ Fadi Ghalioum (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Q9Y
November 20, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud (L) chats with Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa (R) at presidential...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanon's President Lahoud chats with Arab League Secretary General Moussa at presidential palace...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud (L) chats with Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa (R) at presidential palace in Baabda near Beirut November 20, 2007. The Lebanese presidential election will be postponed for two days to Nov.23 to give rival leaders more time to agree on a successor to President Emile Lahoud, a siniore political source told Reuters on Tuesday. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Q9U
November 20, 2007
France's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner (L) chats during meeting with Lebanon's Prime Minister Fouad...
Beirut, Lebanon
France's FM Kouchner chats during meeting with Lebanon's PM Siniora and Arab League Secretary General...
France's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner (L) chats during meeting with Lebanon's Prime Minister Fouad Siniora (C) and Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa (R) at government palace in Beirut November 20, 2007. The Lebanese presidential election will be postponed for two days to Nov.23 to give rival leaders more time to agree on a successor to President Emile Lahoud, a siniore political source told Reuters on Tuesday.REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON-PRESIDENT/
RTX3Q9N
November 20, 2007
France's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner (L) gestures during meeting with Lebanon's Prime Minister...
Beirut, Lebanon
France's FM Kouchner gestures during meeting with Lebanon's PM Siniora and Arab League Secretary General...
France's Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner (L) gestures during meeting with Lebanon's Prime Minister Fouad Siniora (C) and Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa (R) at government palace in Beirut November 20, 2007. The Lebanese presidential election will be postponed for two days to Nov.23 to give rival leaders more time to agree on a successor to President Emile Lahoud, a siniore political source told Reuters on Tuesday.REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
RTR1VAXB
October 25, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (L) chats with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit after their...
Baabda, Lebanon
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud chats with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit after their meeting...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (L) chats with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit after their meeting in Baabda, near Beirut, October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Dalati Nohra (LEBANON)
LEBANON-POWERS/
RTR1UZ7I
October 16, 2007
Bulldozers work on the construction of a highway in Baalbek area in eastern Lebanon October 15, 2007....
Baalbek, Lebanon
To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/
Bulldozers work on the construction of a highway in Baalbek area in eastern Lebanon October 15, 2007. Outside powers cast long shadows over Lebanon's struggle for a deal between rival camps before next week's parliamentary session to elect a successor to outgoing President Emile Lahoud, a close Syrian ally. Picture taken October 15, 2007. To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/ REUTERS/Ahmad Shalha (LEBANON)
LEBANON-POWERS/
RTR1UZ7C
October 16, 2007
Bulldozers and cranes churn clouds of smoke and dust while working on a highway in Baalbek area in eastern...
Baalbek, Lebanon
To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/
Bulldozers and cranes churn clouds of smoke and dust while working on a highway in Baalbek area in eastern Lebanon October 15, 2007. Outside powers cast long shadows over Lebanon's struggle for a deal between rival camps before next week's parliamentary session to elect a successor to outgoing President Emile Lahoud, a close Syrian ally. Picture taken October 15, 2007. To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/ REUTERS/Ahmad Shalha (LEBANON)
LEBANON-POWERS/
RTR1UZ71
October 16, 2007
An excavator digs a water tunnel in the Baalbek area in eastern Lebanon October 15, 2007. Foreign powers...
Baalbek, Lebanon
To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/
An excavator digs a water tunnel in the Baalbek area in eastern Lebanon October 15, 2007. Foreign powers cast long shadows over Lebanon's struggle for a deal between rival camps before next week's parliamentary session to elect a successor to outgoing president Emile Lahoud, a close Syrian ally. After last year's war, Iran launched a major reconstruction effort focused on the mainly Shiite areas of the south, the Bekaa Valley and Beirut's southern suburbs. Picture taken October 15, 2007. To match feature LEBANON-POWERS/ REUTERS/Ahmad Shalha (LEBANON)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTR1UD2F
September 28, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud gathers his notes after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Lahoud gathers his notes after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud gathers his notes after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York September 28, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTR1UD23
September 28, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud sits after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N....
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud sits after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N....
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud sits after addressing the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York September 28, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTR1UD21
September 28, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 62nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York September 28, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
SAUDI ARABIA SUMMIT
RTR1O2FY
March 29, 2007
(L-R) Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki,...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Arab leaders walk to attend the Arab summit in Riyadh
(L-R) Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki, Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed, and Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah attend the Arab summit in Riyadh March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI ARABIA SUMMIT
RTR1O2DK
March 29, 2007
(L-R) Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Djibouti's President Ismail...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanese President Lahoud, Egyptian President Mubarak, Djibouti's President Guelleh, Kuwait Emir Sheikh...
(L-R) Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh, Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed, and Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah attend the Arab summit in Riyadh March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI ARABIA SUMMIT
RTR1O2CI
March 29, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud attends the Arab summit in Riyadh March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud attends the Arab summit in Riyadh
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud attends the Arab summit in Riyadh March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI ARABIA SUMMIT
RTR1O2BG
March 29, 2007
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (L) and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attend the Arab summit in...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attend the Arab summit in Riyadh...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (L) and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attend the Arab summit in Riyadh March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
ARAB-SUMMIT/OPEN
RTR1O0SR
March 29, 2007
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (C) talks to Somalia Prime Minister Mohamed Ali Ghedi (R) as Lebanon's...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon talks to Somalia Prime Minister Mohamed Ali Ghedi during the opening...
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (C) talks to Somalia Prime Minister Mohamed Ali Ghedi (R) as Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud (L) talks with Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf during the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28, 2007. Arab leaders officially began a two-day summit in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that will relaunch an Arab initiative for peace with Israel. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (SAUDI ARABIA)
ARAB-SUMMIT/
RTR1O0VI
March 28, 2007
Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora (C) talks to Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika as Lebanese...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanese PM Siniora talks to Algerian President Bouteflika during the opening ceremony of the Arab summit...
Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora (C) talks to Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika as Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (L) passes them during the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28, 2007. Arab leaders officially began a two-day summit in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that will relaunch an Arab initiative for peace with Israel. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (SAUDI ARABIA)
ARAB-SUMMIT/OPEN
RTR1O0M7
March 28, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28,...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28, 2007. Arab leaders officially began a two-day summit in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that will relaunch an Arab initiative for peace with Israel. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
ARAB-SUMMIT/OPEN
RTR1O0L7
March 28, 2007
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28,...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud attends the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28, 2007. Arab leaders officially began a two-day summit in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that will relaunch an Arab initiative for peace with Israel. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
ARAB-SUMMIT/
RTR1O0L6
March 28, 2007
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (R) talks with his Lebanese counterpart Emile Lahoud at the opening...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad talks with his Lebanese counterpart Emile Lahoud at the opening ceremony...
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (R) talks with his Lebanese counterpart Emile Lahoud at the opening ceremony of the Arab summit in Riyadh March 28, 2007. Arab leaders officially began a two-day summit in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday that will relaunch an Arab initiative for peace with Israel. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA)
LEBANON-GOVERNMENT/
RTR1KL2C
December 20, 2006
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (R) greets Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa at the Presidential...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese President Lahoud greets Arab League Secretary-General Moussa at the Presidential palace near...
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud (R) greets Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa at the Presidential palace in Baabda near Beirut December 20, 2006. REUTERS/Dalati Nohra (LEBANON)
LEBANON
RTR1JMEW
November 23, 2006
Lebanese women, one carrying a poster of Sunni leader Saad al-Hariri, walk on posters of Syrian President...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese women walk on posters of Syrian President Assad and Lebanese President Lahoud in Beirut
Lebanese women, one carrying a poster of Sunni leader Saad al-Hariri, walk on posters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Lebanese President Emile Lahoud on their way to attend the funeral of assassinated Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel in Beirut November 23, 2006. REUTERS/Karamallah Daher (LEBANON)
ROMANIA FRANCOPHONE LAHOUD
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September 28, 2006
Romanian President Traian Basescu (L) speaks to Lebanon's culture minister Tareq Mitri during their bilateral...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian President Basescu speaks to Lebanon's culture minister Mitri during the Francophone Summit in...
Romanian President Traian Basescu (L) speaks to Lebanon's culture minister Tareq Mitri during their bilateral meeting at the Francophone Summit, hosted for the first time by an Eastern European country, in Bucharest September 28, 2006. Lebanon's pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud said Lebanon will have no official presence at a Francophone summit, blaming French pressure on hosts Romania. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu (ROMANIA)
UN ASSEMBLY
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st United Nations General Assembly in New York, September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Lahoud speaks to United Nations General Assembly in New York
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st United Nations General Assembly in New York, September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
UN ASSEMBLY
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st United Nations General Assembly in New York, September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Lahoud speaks to United Nations General Assembly in New York
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st United Nations General Assembly in New York, September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES)
USA
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Lahoud addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations in New York
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
USA
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud waits to address the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud waits to address the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud waits to address the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
USA
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
USA
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
USA
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September 21, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses...
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud holds up a picture from the recent conflict with Israel as he addresses the 61st General Assembly of the United Nations at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)
UN ASSEMBLY
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September 21, 2006
President Emile Lahoud of Lebanon holds up a photograph of a child killed in Qana, Lebanon, in July 2006...
New York, UNITED STATES
President Lahoud of Lebanon addresses the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly in New...
President Emile Lahoud of Lebanon holds up a photograph of a child killed in Qana, Lebanon, in July 2006 during the conflict with Israel, as he addresses the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
UN ASSEMBLY
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September 21, 2006
President Emile Lahoud of Lebanon holds up a photograph of a child killed in Qana, Lebanon, in July 2006...
New York, UNITED STATES
President Lahoud of Lebanon addresses the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly in New...
President Emile Lahoud of Lebanon holds up a photograph of a child killed in Qana, Lebanon, in July 2006 during the conflict with Israel, as he addresses the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. headquarters in New York September 21, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
NONALIGNED CUBA
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September 16, 2006
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Havana September 16, 2006....
Havana, Cuba
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Havana
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud addresses the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Havana September 16, 2006. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (CUBA)
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