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SWEDEN LINDH SUSPECT
RTR34LO 
September 16, 2003 
A policeman stands outside a restaurant called 'East and Company, in a
northern Stockholm suburb, September... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
POLICEMAN STANDS OUTSIDE STOCKHOLM RESTAURANT WHERE ANNA LINDH MURDER
SUSPECT WAS ARRESTED. 
A policeman stands outside a restaurant called 'East and Company, in a
northern Stockholm suburb, September 16, 2003. Swedish police arrested
on Tuesday the man they believe killed Foreign Minister Anna Lindh last
week, a breakthrough in a case which evoked memories of the unsloved
assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986. REUTERS/Alexander
Demianchuk

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SWEDEN LINDH SUSPECT
RTR34LH 
September 16, 2003 
Onlookers stand outside a restaurant called 'East and Company' in a
northern Stockholm suburb, September... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
ONLOOKERS STAND NEAR STOCKHOLM RESTAURANT WHERE SUSPECT IN ANNA LINDH
MURDER WAS ARRESTED. 
Onlookers stand outside a restaurant called 'East and Company' in a
northern Stockholm suburb, September 16, 2003. Swedish police arrested
on Tuesday the man they believe killed Foreign Minister Anna Lindh last
week, a breakthrough in a case which evoked memories of the unsloved
assassination of Prime Minister Olof Palme in 1986. REUTERS/Alexander
Demianchuk

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SWEDEN LINDH SUSPECT
RTR34L5 
September 16, 2003 
Chief of Stockholm criminal police Leif Jennekvist speaks during a
press conference in Stockholm, September... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
CHIEF OF STOCKHOLM CRIMINAL POLICE LEIF JENNEKVIST SPEAKS DURING A
PRESS CONFERENCE IN STOCKHOLM. 
Chief of Stockholm criminal police Leif Jennekvist speaks during a
press conference in Stockholm, September 16, 2003. A man suspected of
mUrdering Foreign Minister Anna Lindh was arrested in a northern
Stockholm suburb restaurant on Tuesday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

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ANNA LINDH
RTR33OW 
September 16, 2003 
A WOMAN WALKS IN FRONT OF A PICTURE OF KILLED SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER
ANNA LINDH IN THE STOCKHOLM DEPARTMENT... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
A WOMAN WALKS IN FRONT OF A PICTURE OF KILLED SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER
ANNA LINDH IN THE STOCKHOLM ...... 
A WOMAN WALKS IN FRONT OF A PICTURE OF KILLED SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER
ANNA LINDH IN THE STOCKHOLM DEPARTMENT STORE WHERE SHE WAS STABBED. 
SWEDEN
RTXM76P 
September 14, 2003 
Peolpe pass by ballot papers at a polling station during a referendum in Stockholm September 14, 2003.... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Peolpe pass by ballot papers at a polling station during a referendum in Stockholm September 14, 200..... 
Peolpe pass by ballot papers at a polling station during a referendum in Stockholm September 14, 2003. Swedes voted on whether to join the 12-member euro zone on Sunday with the result wide open after sympathy for [murdered pro-euro Foreign Minister Anna Lindh eroded a long "No" lead in opinion polls.] 
SWEDEN REFERENDUM
RTR30FE 
September 14, 2003 
Peolpe pass by ballot papers at a polling station during a referendum
in Stockholm September 14, 2003.... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
PEOLPE PASS BY BALLOT PAPERS AT A POLLING STATION DURING A REFERENDUM
IN STOCKHOLM. 
Peolpe pass by ballot papers at a polling station during a referendum
in Stockholm September 14, 2003. Swedes voted on whether to join the
12-member euro zone on Sunday with the result wide open after sympathy
for murdered pro-euro Foreign Minister Anna Lindh eroded a long "No"
lead in opinion polls. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk

PEK/WS 
SWEDEN
RTR2Y6H 
September 12, 2003 
PEOPLE STAND SILENT BESIDE FLOWERS AND CANDLES DURING A RALLY IN MEMORY
OF SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
PEOPLE STAND SILENT BESIDE FLOWERS AND CANDLES DURING A RALLY IN MEMORY
OF SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER... 
PEOPLE STAND SILENT BESIDE FLOWERS AND CANDLES DURING A RALLY IN MEMORY
OF SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN STOCKHOLM. 
SWEDEN LINDH
RTR2Y5L 
September 12, 2003 
MAN PLACES RED ROSE BESIDE CANDLES DURING RALLY IN MEMORY OF SWEDISH
FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
MAN PLACES RED ROSE BESIDE CANDLES DURING RALLY IN MEMORY OF SWEDISH
FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN... 
MAN PLACES RED ROSE BESIDE CANDLES DURING RALLY IN MEMORY OF SWEDISH
FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN STOCKHOLM. 
SWEDEN LINDH
RTR2XH0 
September 12, 2003 
PEOPLE PAY THEIR LAST RESPECTS FOR SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH
OUTSIDE THE STORE WHERE SHE WAS... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
PEOPLE PAY THEIR LAST RESPECTS FOR SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA
LINDH OUTSIDE THE STORE WHERE SHE ...... 
PEOPLE PAY THEIR LAST RESPECTS FOR SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH
OUTSIDE THE STORE WHERE SHE WAS STABBED IN STOCKHOLM.

People pay their last respects for Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh
outside the store where she was stabbed In Stockholm, September 12, 2003.
The murder of Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh has made Sunday's euro
referendum a closer call, with one of two polls Friday showing sympathy
votes have put her "Yes" campaign back into the race. REUTERS/Alexander
Demianchuk PP03090064 
SWEDEN
RTR2XGG 
September 12, 2003 
Red roses are put in front of a picture of killed Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh September 12,... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
RED ROSES ARE PLACED IN FRONT OF A PICTURE OF SLAIN SWEDISH FOREIGN
MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN STOCKHOLM.... 
Red roses are put in front of a picture of killed Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh September 12, 2003 in the department store in
Stockholm where she was stabbed. The murder of Lindh has made Sunday's
euro referendum a closer call, with one of two polls Friday showing
sympathy votes have put her "Yes" campaign back into the race.
REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk REUTERS

PEK/FMS 
SWEDEN
RTR2XGB 
September 12, 2003 
A picture of killed Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh is covered with
flowers September 12, 2003 outside... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
PICTURE OF ANNA LINDH IS COVERED WITH FLOWERS IN STOCKHOLM. 
A picture of killed Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh is covered with
flowers September 12, 2003 outside the department store in Stockholm where
she was stabbed. The murder of Lindh has made Sunday's euro referendum a
closer call, with one of two polls Friday showing sympathy votes have put
her "Yes" campaign back into the race. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
PP03090064

PEK/FMS 
SWEDEN
RTR2XG5 
September 12, 2003 
A woman holds her child while paying her last respects September 12,
2003 to slain Swedish Foreign Minister... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
A WOMAN HOLDS HER CHILD WHILE PAYING LAST RESPECTS TO ANNA LINDH IN
STOCKHOLM. 
A woman holds her child while paying her last respects September 12,
2003 to slain Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh outside teh
department store where she was stabbed In Stockholm. The murder of
Lindh has made Sunday's euro referendum a closer call, with one of two
polls Friday showing sympathy votes have put her "Yes" campaign back
into the race. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk REUTERS

PEK/FMS 
SWEDEN LINDH
RTR2Y60 
September 11, 2003 
People stand silent during a rally in memory of Swedish Foreign Minister
Anna Lindh called "A Protest... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
PEOPLE STAND SILENT DURING RALLY IN MEMORY OF SWEDISH FOREIGN
MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN STOCKHOLM. 
People stand silent during a rally in memory of Swedish Foreign Minister
Anna Lindh called "A Protest Against Violence and For Democracy" held on
Sergels Torg square in central Stockholm September 12, 2003. Sweden pushed
on with plans for a referendum on the euro despite the murder of Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh by a mystery knifeman, with politicians vowing on
Thursday that a "madman" would not stop democracy. Pictures of the year 2003
Pictures of the month September 2003 REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk
PP03090064

PEK/MA 
SWEDEN
RTXM6U4 
September 11, 2003 
A marshal casts his shadow as he walks past a "Peace" sign built from golf balls at Barseback Golf and... 
Barseback, Sweden 
A marshal casts his shadow as he walks past a "Peace" sign built from golf balls at Barseback Golf a..... 
A marshal casts his shadow as he walks past a "Peace" sign built from golf balls at Barseback Golf and Country Club in Barseback, Sweden, September 11, 2003, [the site of the Solheim Cup between Europe and the United States to be played from tomorrow until September 14. Three marshals built the "Peace" sign in remembrance of the murdered Swedish foreign minister Anna Lindh and in memory of the victims of the September 11 attacks on USA.] 
SPORT GOLF SOLHEIM SWEDEN
RTROQCT 
September 11, 2003 
A marshal casts his shadow as he walks past a "Peace" sign built from
golf balls at Barseback Golf and... 
Barseback, Sweden 
PEACE SIGN BUILT FROM GOLF BALLS AT SOLHEIM GOLF CUP COURSE IN SWEDEN. 
A marshal casts his shadow as he walks past a "Peace" sign built from
golf balls at Barseback Golf and Country Club in Barseback, Sweden,
September 11, 2003, the site of the Solheim Cup between Europe and the
United States to be played from tomorrow until September 14. Three
marshals built the "Peace" sign in rememberance of the murdered Swedish
foreign minister Anna Lindh and in memory of the victims of the
September 11 attacks on USA. REUTERS/Christian Charisius REUTERS

CHA/THI 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER
RTR2ULR 
September 11, 2003 
Swedish women cry and hug infront of the hospital where Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh died in... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
SWEDISH WOMEN CRY INFRONT OF HOSPITAL IN STOCKHOLM. 
Swedish women cry and hug infront of the hospital where Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh died in Stockholm, September 11, 2003. Swedish
Foreign Minister Lindh died in hospital on Thursday, a day after being
stabbed by a mystery attacker, stunning a normally peaceful nation as
it prepared for a crucial referendum on the euro. REUTERS/Alexander
Demianchuk

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SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER
RTR2UHE 
September 11, 2003 
Swedish women cry infront of the hospital where Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh died in Stockholm,... 
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of 
SWEDISH WOMEN CRY INFRONT OF HOSPITAL IN STOCKHOLM. 
Swedish women cry infront of the hospital where Swedish Foreign
Minister Anna Lindh died in Stockholm, September 11, 2003. Swedish
Foreign Minister Lindh died in hospital on Thursday, a day after being
stabbed by a mystery attacker, stunning a normally peaceful nation as
it prepared for a crucial referendum on the euro. REUTERS/Alexander
Demianchuk

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GERMANY
RTR2U9I 
September 11, 2003 
Sweden's embassy to Germany flies its national flag at half-mast in the
German capital Berlin September... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
SWEDEN'S EMBASSY TO GERMANY FLIES FLAG AT HALF-MAST IN BERLIN. 
Sweden's embassy to Germany flies its national flag at half-mast in the
German capital Berlin September 11, 2003. On Thursday morning Swedish
Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after she was stabbed by an unidentified
man in a Stockholm department store on Wednesday. PP03090054
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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SWEDEN LINDH
RTR2U2C 
September 11, 2003 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed... 
Budapest, Hungary 
FILE PHOTO OF SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed by an unidentified man in a
Stockholm department store on Wednesday, Prime Minister Goran Persson
said. File photo shows Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh during a
news conference in Budapest with her Hungarian counterpart Janos
Martonyi September 17, 2001. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

LB/JDP/CRB 
HUNGARY SWEDEN
RTR2U1T 
September 11, 2003 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed... 
Budapest, Hungary 
FILE PHOTO OF SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed by an unidentified man in a Stockholm
department store on Wednesday, Prime Minister Goran Persson said. File photo
shows Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh during a news conference in
Budapest September 17, 2001. PP03090054 REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

LB/JDP/CRB 
SWEDEN UN
RTRP9ZV 
June 13, 2003 
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (L) greets Anna Lindh (R),
Minister for Foreign Affairs... 
New York 
UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL MEETS SWEDEN'S MINISTER FOR FOREIGN
AFFAIRS. 
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (L) greets Anna Lindh (R),
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweeden at the UN, in New York, June
13, 2003. REUTERS/Chip East

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SWEDEN UN
RTR2U2V 
June 13, 2003 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed... 
New York 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH FILE PHOTO. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed by an unidentified man in a Stockholm
department store on Wednesday, Prime Minister Goran Persson said. United
Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (L) greets Anna Lindh (R) at the UN, in
New York, in a June 13, 2003 file photo. PP03090054 REUTERS/Chip
East

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USA SWEDEN
RTRP88B 
June 12, 2003 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Sweden Anna Lindh before... 
Washington, United States of America 
POWELL MEETS WITH SWEDENS MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINDH. 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Sweden Anna Lindh before their meeting at the State
Department in Washington June 12, 2003. REUTERS/Molly Riley

MR/ME 
USA SWEDEN
RTRP885 
June 12, 2003 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Sweden Anna Lindh before... 
Washington, United States of America 
POWELL MEETS WITH SWEDENS MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINDH. 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Sweden Anna Lindh before their meeting at the State
Department in Washington June 12, 2003. REUTERS/Molly Riley

MR/ME 
TURKEY SWEDEN
RTRHOCL 
February 03, 2003 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) smiles at gesturing Turkish
Prime Minister Abdullah Gul (R)... 
Ankara, Turkey 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH MEETS TURKISH PRIME MINISTER
ABDULLAH GUL IN ANKARA. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) smiles at gesturing Turkish
Prime Minister Abdullah Gul (R) during their meeting in his office in
Ankara, February 3, 2003. Lindh held talks with Turkish officials over
issues including Turkey's progress on EU reforms as well as regional
affairs including Cyprus, Iraq, Middle East and Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Tarik Tinazay/Pool

FS/CRB 
DENMARK
RTXLONY 
December 13, 2002 
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson (R) and Foreign Minister Anna Lindh arrive for the second working... 
Copenhagen, Denmark 
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson (R) and Foreign Minister Anna Lindh arrive for the second work..... 
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson (R) and Foreign Minister Anna Lindh arrive for the second working session of the European Council on the EU enlargement summit in Copenhagen December 13, 2002. [EU leaders have put off a decision on Turkey's entry into the bloc for at least two years and sent strong signals to other applicants that the EU is not an open-door club with money to spare.] 
NATO SUMMIT
RTRE8PZ 
November 22, 2002 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (R) speaks to U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell before a meeting... 
Prague, Czech Republic 
Swedish FM Lindh speaks to U.S. Secretary of State Powell in Prague 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (R) speaks to U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell before a meeting of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council at the level of heads of States at the two-day NATO summit in Prague November 22, 2002. Bush told NATO's other
partners from Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus in the 46-nation Euro-Atlantic partnership Council that they needed to improve their record on democracy to advance closer ties with the Western alliance. 
UN ASSEMBLY
RTRAQ7W 
September 19, 2002 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh addresses the 57th session of the
General Assembly at the United... 
New York, United States of America 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER SPEAKS AT UNITED NATIONS. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh addresses the 57th session of the
General Assembly at the United Nations in New York, September 19, 2002.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/HB 
DENMARK
RTXLH7S 
August 31, 2002 
Family photo of European Union foreign ministers who are meeting in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen August... 
Elsinore, Denmark 
Family photo of European Union foreign ministers who are meeting in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen A..... 
Family photo of European Union foreign ministers who are meeting in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen August 31, 2002. Back row (L-R) Chris Patten,EU External Relations Commissioner, Jack Straw, United Kingdom, Giorgos Papandreou, Greece, Erkki Tuomioja, Finland, Dominique de Villepin, France, Antonio Martins da Cruz, Portugal, Brian Cowen, Ireland and Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, The Netherlands. Front row (L-R) Joschka Fischer, Germany, Romano Prodi, President of the EU Commission, Anna Lindh, Sweden, Javier Solana Sec. Gen. Of the Council of the EU, Ana Palacio Vallelersundi, Spain, Anemie Neyts, Belgium, Per Stig Moeller, Denmark, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Austria, Silvio Berlusconi, Italy and Lydie Polfer, Luxembourg. ??? OUT
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(credit : SCANPIX/Jens Noergaard Larsen) 
EU SUMMIT
RTXLCNW 
June 22, 2002 
Family photo of the European Union leaders and leaders of countries that are candidates to the EU taken... 
Seville, Spain 
Family photo of the European Union leaders and leaders of countries that are candidates to the EU ta..... 
Family photo of the European Union leaders and leaders of countries that are candidates to the EU taken at the end of the Seville's summit June 22, 2002. Front row left to right, Lithuania President Valdas Adamkus, Cyprus President Glafkos Clerides, European Comissioner President Romano Prodi, Romanian President Ion Illiescu, Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer, French President Jacques Chirac, Spanish PM Jose Maria Aznar, Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi, Finnish President Tarja Halonen, Hungarian PM Peter Medgyessy, Danish PM Anders Fogh, Hungarian FM Lazlo Kovacs and EU Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana. Second row left to right, Romanian PM Adrian Nastase, undentified, Austrian PM Wolfgang Schussel, Portuguese PM Durao Barroso, Bulgarian FM Minister Solomon Passy, Netherlands FM Minister Jozias Van Aartsen, Latvia PM Andris Berzins, Estonian PM Siim Kallas, Slovakia PM Mikulas Dzurinda, Polish PM Leszek Miller, Malta PM Eddie Fenech, undentified, Estonia FM Minister Kristiina Ojuland, Slovenia PM Janez Drnovsek, Greek PM Constantinos Simitis, Romanian FM Mircea Dan Geoana, Belgium PM Guy Verhofstadt, Cyprus FM Iaoannis Kassoulidas. Third row left to right, Portuguese FM Martins da Cruz, spanish FM Josep Pique, Luxembourg FM Lydie Polfer, Irish FM Brian Cohen, Lithuanian FM Antanas Valionis, Bulgarian PM Simeon Saxe-Coburg Gotha, Austrian FM Benita Ferrero Waldner, Finland FM Erkki Tuomioja, Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman, Dutch PM Wim Kok, Swedish PM Goran Persson, Slovakian FM Eduard Kukan, Swedish FM Anna Lindh, Malta FM Joe Borg, Polish FM Wloddzimierz Cimoszewicz, Turkish FM Ysmayl Cem, Dutch FM Jozias Van Aartsen and Belgium FM Louis Michel. European Union leaders Saturday maintained their 2004 timetable for the bloc's historic enlargement eastwards, but heralded the start of the toughest part of preparations to expand into the former Communist bloc. 
LUXEMBOURG EUROPE FOREIGN
RTR67L4 
June 10, 2002 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) and her Austrian counterpart
Benita Ferrero-Waldner smile as... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
SWEDISH FM LINDH AND HER AUSTRIAN COUNTERPART FERRERO-WALDNER SMILE IN
LUXEMBOURG. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) and her Austrian counterpart
Benita Ferrero-Waldner smile as they pose for photographers at the
start of European Union Foreign Ministers meeting in Luxembourg, June
10, 2002. EU Foreign Ministers met to discuss EU enlargement and a row
over steel tariffs with the United States. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/WS 
LUXEMBOURG EUROPE FOREIGN
RTR67KF 
June 10, 2002 
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique (L) greets his Swedish counterpart
Anna Lindh at the start of European... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
SPANISH FM PIQUE GREETS HIS SWEDISH COUNTERPART LINDH IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique (L) greets his Swedish counterpart
Anna Lindh at the start of European Union Foreign Ministers meeting in
Luxembourg, June 10, 2002. EU foreign ministers met to discuss EU
enlargement and a row over steel tariffs with the United States.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/WS 
USA SWEDEN
RTR4B60 
April 26, 2002 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Swedish Foreign Affairs
Minister Anna Lindh at the U.S.... 
Washington, United States of America 
US SECRETARY OF STATE POWELL GREETS SWEDISH FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER
LINDH. 
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) greets Swedish Foreign Affairs
Minister Anna Lindh at the U.S. State Department April 26, 2002. Lindh
also met with Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill earlier Friday.
REUTERS/Win McNamee

WM/MMR 
SPAIN
RTXL5AD 
March 16, 2002 
(L-R front row) French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime... 
Barcelona, Spain 
(L-R front row) French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prim..... 
(L-R front row) French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Italian Prime Ministers Silvio Berlusconi, Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, French President Jacques Chirac, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, EU Commission President Romano Prodi (L-R middle row) Sweddish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh, Portuguese Foreign Minister Jaime Gama, Britsh Foreign Minister Jack Straw, Italian Economy Minister Giuliano Tremonti, Danish Foreign Minister Pir Stig Mueller, EU Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique. EU Energy Commissioner Loyola de Palacio (L-R back row) Portuguese Finance Minister Guillherme d'Oliveira, French Economy Minister Laurent Fabious, Danish Finance Minister Thor Pedersen, EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pedro Solbes, Spanish Economy Minister Rodrigo Rato and Greek Finance Minister Nikolaos Christodoulakis pose for family photo at the European Summit in Barcelona March 16, 2002. European Union leaders hope to thrash out a compromise with France in a test case for free-market reforms. 
SPAIN
RTXL5A6 
March 16, 2002 
(L-R front row) Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres, French... 
Barcelona, Spain 
(L-R front row) Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres, Fr..... 
(L-R front row) Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Italian Prime Ministers Silvio Berlusconi, Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, French President Jacques Chirac, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, EU Commission President Romano Prodi, Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis, Irish Prime Minister Bertie Arhern, Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel, Finnish Prime Minister Paavo Lipponen and Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhoftadt. (L-R middle row) Sweddish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh, Portuguese Foreign Minister Jaime Gama, Briitsh Foreign Minister Jack Straw, Italian Economy Minister Giuliano Tremonti, Danish Foreign Minister Pir Stig Mueller, EU Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique. EU Energy Commissioner Loyola de Palacio, Irish Foreign Mininster Brian Cowen, Luxembourg Foreign Minister Lydie Polfer, Austrian Foreign Minister Benita Ferrero-Waldner, Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja and Belgian Foreign Minister Louise Michel. (L-R last row) Portuguese Finance Minister Guillherme d'Oliveira, French Economy Minister Laurent Fabious, Danish Finance Minister Thor Pedersen, EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pedro Solbes, Spanish Economy Minister Rodrigo Rato, Greek Finance Minister Nikolaos CHristodoulakis, unidentified European leader, French Foreign Minister Hubert Vendrine and Belgian Finance Minister Didier Reynders pose for family photo at the European Summit in Barcelona March 16, 2002. EU leaders closed in on a compromise with France on Saturday in a test case for free-market reforms as thousands of Spanish police braced for mass protests on the streets of Barcelona. 
EU SUMMIT
RTR2LXN 
March 16, 2002 
(L-R front row) Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, Portuguese Prime
Minister Antonio Guterres, French... 
Barcelona, Spain 
EUROPEAN LEADERS POSE FOR FAMILY PHOTO AT EU SUMMIT. 
(L-R front row) Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson, Portuguese Prime
Minister Antonio Guterres, French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok, British
Prime Minister Tony Blair, Italian Prime Ministers Silvio Berlusconi,
Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, French President Jacques
Chirac, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, EU Commission
President Romano Prodi, Greek Prime Minister Costas Simitis, Irish
Prime Minister Bertie Arhern, Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude
Juncker, Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel, Finnish Prime Minister
Paavo Lipponen and Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhoftadt. (L-R middle
row) Sweddish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh, Portuguese Foreign Minister
Jaime Gama, Briitsh Foreign Minister Jack Straw, Italian Economy
Minister Giuliano Tremonti, Danish Foreign Minister Pir Stig Mueller,
EU Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Spanish Foreign Minister Josep
Pique. 
EUROPE
RTR2LXH 
March 16, 2002 
(L-R front row) French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor
Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime... 
Barcelona, Spain 
EUROPEAN HEADS OF STATES POSE FOR A FAMILY PICTURE AT EU SUMMIT IN
BAECELONA. 
(L-R front row) French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin, German Chancellor
Gerhard Schroeder, Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok, British Prime Minister
Tony Blair, Italian Prime Ministers Silvio Berlusconi, Danish Prime
Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, French President Jacques Chirac,
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, EU Commission President Romano
Prodi (L-R middle row) Sweddish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh, Portuguese
Foreign Minister Jaime Gama, Britsh Foreign Minister Jack Straw,
Italian Economy Minister Giuliano Tremonti, Danish Foreign Minister Pir
Stig Mueller, EU Foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Spanish Foreign
Minister Josep Pique. 
UNITED NATIONS
RTRPDH6 
November 13, 2001 
The Foreign Minister of Sweden, Anna Lindh addresses the United Nations
General Assembly in New York... 
New York, United States of America 
SWEDEN'S FOREIGN MINISTER ADDRESSES UNITED NATIONS. 
The Foreign Minister of Sweden, Anna Lindh addresses the United Nations
General Assembly in New York November 13, 2001. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

RFS 
UNITED NATIONS
RTRPDGZ 
November 13, 2001 
The Foreign Minister of Sweden, Anna Lindh addresses the United Nations
General Assembly in New York... 
New York, United States of America 
SWEDEN'S FOREIGN MINISTER ADDRESSES UNITED NATIONS. 
The Foreign Minister of Sweden, Anna Lindh addresses the United Nations
General Assembly in New York November 13, 2001. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

RFS 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRO8FR 
October 17, 2001 
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique (L) talks with his Swedish
counterpart Anna Lindh at the start... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
SPANISH FOREIGN MINISTER PIQUE TALKS WITH HIS SWEDISH COUNTERPART LINDH
N LUXEMBOURG. 
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Pique (L) talks with his Swedish
counterpart Anna Lindh at the start of an extraodinary EU foreign
ministers meeting in Luxembourg October 17, 2001. Ministers will be
discussing anti-terrorism issues and the future of Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Yves Herman

HRM/ 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRO8F9 
October 17, 2001 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh talks with her Portuguese
counterpart Jaime Gama (R) at the start... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER LINDH TALKS WITH HER PORTUGUESE COUNTERPART
GAMA IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh talks with her Portuguese
counterpart Jaime Gama (R) at the start of an extraodinary EU foreign
ministers meeting in Luxembourg October 17, 2001. Ministers will be
discussing anti-terrorism issues and the future of Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Yves Herman REUTERS

HRM/ 
LINDH
RTXKRNW 
September 17, 2001 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh listens during a news conference with her Hungarian counterpart... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh listens during a news conference with her Hungarian counterpar..... 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh listens during a news conference with her Hungarian counterpart [Janos Martonyi] after their meeting in Budapest September 17, 2001. Lindh said Sweden does not want to join NATO as the country is redefining its security doctrine but does not consider itself neutral when it comes to terrorism. 
HUNGARY
RTXKRNV 
September 17, 2001 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh and his Hungarian counterpart Janos Martonyi hold a news conference... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh and his Hungarian counterpart Janos Martonyi hold a news confe..... 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh and his Hungarian counterpart Janos Martonyi hold a news conference after their meeting in Budapest on September 17, 2001. Lindh said Sweden does not want to join NATO as the country is redefining its security doctrine but does not consider itself neutral when it comes to terrorism. 
HUNGARY SWEDEN
RTR15NWK 
September 17, 2001 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh listens during a news conference
with her Hungarian counterpart... 
Budapest, Hungary 
SWEDESH FOREIGN MINISTER LINDH LISTENS AFTER MEETING WITH HUNGARIAN
COUNTERPART MARTONYI IN BUDAPEST.... 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh listens during a news conference
with her Hungarian counterpart Janos Martonyi after their meeting in
Budapest September 17, 2001. Lindh said Sweden does not want to join
NATO as the country is redefining its security doctrine but does not
consider itself neutral when it comes to terrorism. REUTERS/Laszlo
Balogh

LB/JDP 
HUNGARY SWEDEN
RTRMVAT 
September 17, 2001 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh and his Hungarian counterpart
Janos Martonyi hold a news conference... 
Budapest, Hungary 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH. 
Foreign Minister of Sweden Anna Lindh and his Hungarian counterpart
Janos Martonyi hold a news conference after their meeting in Budapest
on September 17, 2001. Lindh said Sweden does not want to join NATO as
the country is redefining its security doctrine but does not consider
itself neutral when it comes to terrorism. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

LB 
BELGIUM
RTXKQ11 
September 08, 2001 
European Union Foreign Minister pose for a family photo at a extraordinary meeting in Genval September... 
Brussels, Belgium 
European Union Foreign Minister pose for a family photo at a extraordinary meeting in Genval Septemb..... 
European Union Foreign Minister pose for a family photo at a extraordinary meeting in Genval September 8, 2001. (L-R, first row) Luxembourg's Lydie Polfer, Germany's Joschka Fischer, Sweden's Anna Lindh, Greece's George Papandreou, EC President Romano Prodi, Belgian State Secretary for foreign affairs Annemie Neyts, Spain's Josep Pique I Camps, Britain's Jack Straw, Ireland's Brian Cowen, Austria's Benita Ferrero Waldner and France's Hubert Vedrine. (LtoR second row) Finland's Erkki Tuomioja, The Netherlands'Jozias Van Aartsen, Denmark's Mogens Lykketoft Italy's Renato Ruggiero and European Commissioner for External Relations Chris Patten. The ministers ordered their delegates at the Durban U.N. racism conference to accept no amendments from Muslim states to a key statement on the Middle East. 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRMFCP 
September 08, 2001 
European Union Foreign Minister pose for a family photo at a extraordinary meeting in Genval September... 
Brussels, Belgium 
EU FOREIGN MINISTERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PHOTO AT A EXTRAORDINARY FOREIGN MINISTERS' MEETING IN GENVAL.... 
European Union Foreign Minister pose for a family photo at a extraordinary meeting in Genval September 8, 2001. (L-R, first row) Luxembourg's Lydie Polfer, Germany's Joschka Fischer, Sweden's Anna Lindh, Greece's George Papandreou, EC President Romano Prodi, Belgian State Secretary for foreign affairs Annemie Neyts, Spain's Josep Pique I Camps, Britain's Jack Straw, Ireland's Brian Cowen, Austria's Benita Ferrero Waldner and France's Hubert Vedrine. (LtoR second row) Finland's Erkki Tuomioja, The Netherlands'Jozias Van Aartsen, Denmark's Mogens Lykketoft Italy's Renato Ruggiero and European Commissioner for External Relations Chris Patten. The ministers ordered their delegates at the Durban U.N. racism conference to accept no amendments from Muslim states to a key statement on the Middle East. REUTERS/Yves Herman

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EUROPE EGYPT
RTRJZM1 
June 25, 2001 
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher El Sayed (L), Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
EGYPTIAN FOREIGN MINISTER AHMED MAHER EL SAYED TOAST WITH EU OFFICIALS IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher El Sayed (L), Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh (C) and European Union Commissioner for external relations Chris Patten (R) toast with orange juice after signing an Association Agreement in Luxembourg, June 25, 2001. The agreement needs to be ratified by Egypt and all 15 EU member states before coming into force.

FLR 
EUROPE EGYPT
RTRJZL5 
June 25, 2001 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH AND EGYPTIAN FOREIGN MINISTER AHMED MAHER EL SAYED SIGN AN ASSOCIATION... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH AND EGYPTIAN FOREIGN MINISTER AHMED MAHER EL SAYED SIGN AN ... 
SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH AND EGYPTIAN FOREIGN MINISTER AHMED MAHER EL SAYED SIGN AN ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT IN LUXEMBOURG.


Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh (R) and Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher El Sayed (L) smile as an unidentified man (C) brings the Association Agreement for Lindh and El Sayed to sign in Luxembourg, June 25, 2001. The agreement needs to be ratified by Egypt and all 15 EU member states before coming into force. 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRJZ5B 
June 25, 2001 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (R) listens to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
MACEDONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ILINKA MITREVA AND SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (R) listens to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh (L) during a news conference after a meeting between European Union and Macedonia, in Luxembourg, June 25, 2001. Lindh told Mitreva the European Union is disappointed by the lack of progress in peace negociations.

FLR/AA 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRJZ52 
June 25, 2001 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (L) talks to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
MACEDONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ILINKA MITREVA AND SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (L) talks to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh (R) during a news conference after a meeting between European Union and Macedonia, in Luxembourg, June 25, 2001. Lindh told Mitreva the European Union is disappointed by the lack of progress in peace negociations.

FLR 
EUROPE FOREIGN
RTRJZ3G 
June 25, 2001 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (L) smiles to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna... 
Luxembourg, Luxembourg 
MACEDONIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ILINKA MITREVA AND SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER ANNA LINDH IN LUXEMBOURG. 
Macedonian Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva (L) smiles to Swedish Foreign Minister and EU President Anna Lindh (R) during a news conference after a meeting between European Union and Macedonia, in Luxembourg, June 25, 2001. Lindh told Mitreva the European Union is disappointed by the lack of progress in peace negotiations.

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EU SUMMIT
RTXKJT3 
June 15, 2001 
French President Jacques Chirac (2R) is greeted by Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh while French Prime... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
French President Jacques Chirac (2R) is greeted by Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh while French ..... 
French President Jacques Chirac (2R) is greeted by Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh while French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (L) is greeted by his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson in Gothenburg June 15, 2001. The European Heads of State are meeting to discuss issues including admitting new members to enlarge the European Union. 
EU SUMMIT
RTRJJST 
June 15, 2001 
French President Jacques Chirac (2R) is greeted by Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh while French Prime... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC AND PRIME MINISTER JOSPIN ARE GREETED BY THEIR SWEDISH HOSTS. 
French President Jacques Chirac (2R) is greeted by Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh while French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (L) is greeted by his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson in Gothenburg June 15, 2001. The European Heads of State are meeting to discuss issues including admitting new members to enlarge the European Union.

RUS 
EU SUMMIT
RTRJJSI 
June 15, 2001 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (C) is directed into position by his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR IS GUIDED INTO POSITION. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (C) is directed into position by his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson (L) and the Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh in Gothenburg June 15, 2001. The European Heads of State are meeting to discuss issues including admitting new members to enlarge the European Union.

RUS 
SWEDEN LINDH DEAD
RTR2U3J 
June 15, 2001 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed... 
Gothenburg, Sweden - Kingdom of 
FILE PHOTO OF SWEDISH FM LINDH GREETING FRENCH PRESIDENT CHIRAC IN
GOTHENBURG. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed by an unidentified man in a Stockholm
department store on Wednesday, Prime Minister Goran Persson said. File photo
shows Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (R) greeting French President
Jacques Chirac in Gothenburg June 15, 2001. PP03090054
REUTERS/Russell Boyce/files

RUS/CRB 
EU SUMMIT
RTR2U3E 
June 15, 2001 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed... 
Gothenburg, Sweden - Kingdom of 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR IS GUIDED INTO POSITION BY ANNA
LINDH. 
Swedish Foreign Minister Anna Lindh died after prolonged surgery on
September 11, 2003 after being stabbed by an unidentified man in a Stockholm
department store on Wednesday, Prime Minister Goran Persson said. Britain's
Prime Minister Tony Blair (C) is directed into position by Swedish Foreign
Minister Lindh in Gothenburgin this June 15, 2001 file photo.
PP03090054 REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS 
EU SUMMIT
RTRJJBV 
June 14, 2001 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (C) is watched by Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) as he... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
FRENCH PRIME MINISTER LIONEL JOSPIN WITH SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER LINDH AND HIS COUNTERPART PERSSON. 
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin (C) is watched by Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh (L) as he talks to his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson as they arrive for a group photograph in Gothenburg June 14, 2001. During talks the EU and the US made no progress on differences over the Kyoto Treaty but agreed to push for new world trade talks.

ARN/CRB 
EU SUMMIT
RTRJJBJ 
June 14, 2001 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) makes a point to Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh as he talks... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR WITH SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER LINDH AND HIS COUNTERPART PERSSON. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) makes a point to Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh as he talks to his Swedish counterpart Goran Persson as they arrive for a group photograph in Gothenburg June 14, 2001. During talks the EU and the U.S. made no progress on differences over the Kyoto Treaty but agreed to push for new world trade talks.

ARN/AA 
EU SUMMIT
RTRJJB7 
June 14, 2001 
Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh smiles as she is hugged by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder as... 
Gothenburg, Sweden 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER HUGS SWEDISH FOREIGN MINISTER LINDH. 
Sweden's Foreign Minister Anna Lindh smiles as she is hugged by German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder as they arrive for a group photograph in Gothenburg June 14, 2001. During talks the EU and the U.S. made no progress on differences over the Kyoto Treaty but agreed to push for new world trade talks.

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