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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LQB
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), before transporting it to the mortuary in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LQA
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), before transporting it to the mortuary in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LPA
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), transports the body of a...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), transports the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LP9
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), before transporting it to the mortuary in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LP7
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee dresses up with personal protective equipement (PPE) before transporting...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee dresses up with personal protective equipement (PPE) before transporting the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LP5
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee dresses up with personal protective equipement (PPE) before transporting...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee dresses up with personal protective equipement (PPE) before transporting the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LP2
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares before transporting...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares before transporting the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to a mortuary in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-DEATH
RTX88LP0
November 10, 2020
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares before transporting...
La Louviere, Belgium
Funeral during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Belgium
A SOS DECES mortuary employee, wearing personal protective equipement (PPE), prepares before transporting the body of a person who died of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to a mortuary in La Louviere, Belgium November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BELGIUM/
RTX12EQM
August 09, 2013
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice...
La Louviere, Belgium
Stacy poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Van Landeghem's workshop,...
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EQ0
August 09, 2013
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice...
La Louviere, Belgium
Stacy poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Van Landeghem's workshop,...
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPX
August 09, 2013
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice...
La Louviere, Belgium
Stacy, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Van Landeghem's workshop,...
Stacy, 19, from Belgium, poses with Stefy, her life-like "Reborn Baby" doll, outside Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPP
August 09, 2013
Clothes made for life-like dolls known as "Reborn Babies" are seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's...
La Louviere, Belgium
Clothes made for life-like dolls known as "Reborn Babies" are seen at Belgian artist Van Landeghem's...
Clothes made for life-like dolls known as "Reborn Babies" are seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPL
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the nails on Loan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls,...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the nails on Loan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at her...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the nails on Loan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPG
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, named Sofia...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, named Sofia and Loan (R), at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPC
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem dresses up Nathan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem dresses up Nathan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem dresses up Nathan, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EPA
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem adjusts the hair of Sofia, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls,...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem adjusts the hair of Sofia, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem adjusts the hair of Sofia, one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EP6
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EP2
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOW
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOV
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOS
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOR
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints an arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints an arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints an arm of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOQ
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem looks at the back of the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby"...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem looks at the back of the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem looks at the back of the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOJ
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem uses a needle to attach hair to the head of one of her life-like...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem uses a needle to attach hair to the head of one of her life-like "Reborn...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem uses a needle to attach hair to the head of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOI
August 09, 2013
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Loan, is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called...
La Louviere, Belgium
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Loan, is seen at Belgian artist Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie...
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Loan, is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOE
August 09, 2013
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Mathilda, is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called...
La Louviere, Belgium
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Mathilda, is seen at Belgian artist Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie...
A "Reborn Baby" doll named Mathilda, is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOD
August 09, 2013
Tyssia, 6, daughter of Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem, poses with her "Reborn Baby" doll named...
La Louviere, Belgium
Tyssia, daughter of Belgian artist Van Landeghem, poses with her "Reborn Baby" doll named Betty Lou at...
Tyssia, 6, daughter of Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem, poses with her "Reborn Baby" doll named Betty Lou at her mother's workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. ""Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOC
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem brushes the hair of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem brushes the hair of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem brushes the hair of one of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EOB
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, named Sofia...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls at her workshop called...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem poses with two of her life-like "Reborn Baby" dolls, named Sofia and Loan (R), at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EO9
August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn Babies",...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the head of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn Babies", at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem prepares to insert eyes onto one of her life-like dolls, known...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem prepares to insert eyes onto one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem prepares to insert eyes onto one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn Babies", at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
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August 09, 2013
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the hand of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian artist Van Landeghem paints the hand of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn Babies",...
Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem paints the hand of one of her life-like dolls, known as "Reborn Babies", at her workshop called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea" in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX12EO6
August 09, 2013
A "Reborn Baby" kit is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie...
La Louviere, Belgium
A "Reborn Baby" kit is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie...
A "Reborn Baby" kit is seen at Belgian artist Beatrice Van Landeghem's workshop, called "La nurserie des Tis Lous De Bea", in La Louviere, southern Belgium August 8, 2013. "Reborn Babies" are disturbingly life-like baby dolls carefully crafted in vinyl, which have become swiftly popular mainly with collectors, but also with grieving parents and nostalgic grandparents. The dolls are created from a kit composed with the limbs and head made from vinyl and a trunk made from fabric which are painted several times to create the skin tone of newborn babies, their natural-looking hair and eyelashes, and are weighed to make them feel as heavy as human babies when carried. The cost of a "Reborn Baby" varies between hundreds to thousands of euros and takes around 25 hours to be assembled together depending on the level of precision requested by people who "adopt" the dolls. Picture taken August 8, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 14, 2012
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012....
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012. Police and protesters clashed in Spain on Wednesday as millions of workers went on strike across Europe to protest spending cuts they say have made the economic crisis worse. REUTERS/Eric Vidal (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
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November 14, 2012
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012....
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012. Millions of workers joined strikes across southern Europe on Wednesday to protest against spending cuts and tax hikes that trade unions say have brought misery and deepened the region's economic crisis. REUTERS/Eric Vidal (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
EUROZONE/
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November 14, 2012
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012....
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere
Belgian workers take part in a demonstration during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012. Millions of workers joined strikes across southern Europe on Wednesday to protest against spending cuts and tax hikes that trade unions say have brought misery and deepened the region's economic crisis. REUTERS/Eric Vidal (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
EUROZONE/
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November 14, 2012
Belgian workers wearing guy fawkes masks march with a banner during an European strike in La Louviere...
La Louviere, Belgium
Belgian workers wearing guy fawkes masks march with a banner during an European strike in La Louviere...
Belgian workers wearing guy fawkes masks march with a banner during an European strike in La Louviere November 14, 2012. Millions of workers joined strikes across southern Europe on Wednesday to protest against spending cuts and tax hikes that trade unions say have brought misery and deepened the region's economic crisis. The banner reads, "Who sows misery reaps anger". REUTERS/Eric Vidal (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
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March 18, 2006
La Louviere's supporters sing during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's supporters sing during Belgium first league match against Roeselare in La Louviere
La Louviere's supporters sing during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D3Q
March 18, 2006
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of...
La Louviere, Belgium
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone arrives at the Tivoli stadium in La Louviere...
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of a First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D3O
March 18, 2006
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of...
La Louviere, Belgium
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone arrives at the Tivoli stadium in La Louviere...
The chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of a First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D3L
March 18, 2006
La Louviere's Alexandre Teklak reacts during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's Teklak reacts in Belgium first league match against Roeselare in La Louviere
La Louviere's Alexandre Teklak reacts during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D3I
March 18, 2006
La Louviere's Nordin Jbari reacts during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's Nordin Jbari reacts in Belgium first league match against Roeselare in La Louviere
La Louviere's Nordin Jbari reacts during a Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D23
March 18, 2006
La Louviere's Teklak talks with his team mate Nordin Jbari (R) during their Belgium's First League match...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's Teklak talks with Jbari in Belgium first league match in La Louviere
La Louviere's Teklak talks with his team mate Nordin Jbari (R) during their Belgium's First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D1X
March 18, 2006
La Louviere's Eguthu Oliseh (L) is challanged by Roeselare's Martijn Monteyne (R) during their Belgium's...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's Oliseh is challanged by Roeselare's Monteyne in Belgium first league match in La Louviere...
La Louviere's Eguthu Oliseh (L) is challanged by Roeselare's Martijn Monteyne (R) during their Belgium's First League soccer match in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D1Q
March 18, 2006
La Louviere's Nordin Jbari (L) chases Roeselare's James Lahousse (R) during their Belgium's First League...
La Louviere, Belgium
La Louviere's Jbari chases Roeselare's Lahousse in Belgium first league match in La Louviere
La Louviere's Nordin Jbari (L) chases Roeselare's James Lahousse (R) during their Belgium's First League soccer match in La Louviere March 18, 2006. The chairman of Belgium first division club La Louviere, Filippo Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D0U
March 18, 2006
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of...
La Louviere, Belgium
Cairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere arrives at Tivoli stadium in La Louviere
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of a First League soccer match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D0R
March 18, 2006
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of...
La Louviere, Belgium
Chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere arrives at Tivoli stadium in La Louviere
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of a First League soccer match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPORT SOCCER BELGIUM MATCHFIXING
RTR17D0M
March 18, 2006
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of...
La Louviere, Belgium
Chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere arrives at Tivoli stadium in La Louviere
Filippo Gaone, the chairman of Belgium soccer club La Louviere, arrives at the Tivoli stadium ahead of a First League match against Roeselare in La Louviere March 18, 2006. Gaone, and the club's lawyer, Laurent Denis, have been charged in connection with allegations of match-fixing, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said on Friday. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
BELGIUM DION
RTRZMPZ
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses with a group of dancers during a
photocall ahead of a news conference...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION POSES WITH A GROUP OF DANCERS IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses with a group of dancers during a
photocall ahead of a news conference in La Louviere on October 21,
2002. Dion has moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse
for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director
Franco Dragone for her. The shows start next year. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
REUTERS

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BELGIUM DION
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October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion wipes a tear after being touched by the
performance of her dancers in La...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION WIPES A TEAR IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion wipes a tear after being touched by the
performance of her dancers in La Louviere on October 21, 2002. Dion has
moved to Belgium for three months to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas
shows being produced by Belgian show director Franco Dragone. The show
begins next year. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

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BELGIUM DION
RTRCH07
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses before a poster of her new show "A
new day" in La Louviere October...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION POSES BEFORE A POSTER OF HER NEW SHOW "A NEW DAY"
IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses before a poster of her new show "A
new day" in La Louviere October 21, 2002. Dion has moved to Belgium for
three months to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced
by Belgian show director Franco Dragone. The show begins next year.
REUTERS/Thierry Roge

HRM/WS
BELGIUM DION
RTRCGZZ
October 21, 2002
CANADIAN SINGER DION TALKS TO PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING A PHOTOCALL WITH
BELGIAN SHOW DIRECTOR DRAGONE IN...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION TALKS TO PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING A PHOTOCALL WITH
BELGIAN SHOW DIRECTOR DRAGONE ......
CANADIAN SINGER DION TALKS TO PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING A PHOTOCALL WITH
BELGIAN SHOW DIRECTOR DRAGONE IN LA LOUVIERE.
BELGIUM DION
RTRCGYU
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) poses with a group of dancers during a
photocall ahead of a news conference...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION POSES WITH A GROUP OF DANCERS IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) poses with a group of dancers during a
photocall ahead of a news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002.
Dion has moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a
series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director
Franco Dragone for her. The show begins next year. REUTERS/Thierry
Roge

HRM/CRB
BELGIUM DION
RTRCGYA
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion talks to photographers during a photocall
ahead of a news conference in...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION TALKS TO PHOTOGRAPHERS DURING A PHOTOCALL IN LA
LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion talks to photographers during a photocall
ahead of a news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002. Dion has
moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of
Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director Franco Dragone
for her. The show begins next year. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

HRM/WS
BELGIUM DION
RTRCGXP
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion (R) talks to photographers as she poses
with Belgian show director Franco...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION AND BELGIAN SHOW DIRECTOR DRAGONE POSE WITH A
GROUP OF DANCERS IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion (R) talks to photographers as she poses
with Belgian show director Franco Dragone (L) and a group of dancers
before a news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002. Dion has
moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of
Las Vegas shows being produced by Dragone for her. The show begins next
year. REUTERS/Thierry Roge

HRM/CRB
BELGIUM DION
RTRCGWO
October 21, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) and Belgian show director Franco
Dragone (4-R), pose with a group of...
La Louviere, Belgium
CANADIAN SINGER DION AND BELGIAN SHOW DIRECTOR DRAGONE POSE WITH A
GROUP OF DANCERS IN LA LOUVIERE.
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) and Belgian show director Franco
Dragone (4-R), pose with a group of dancers for photographers before a
news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002. Dion has moved to
Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas
shows being produced by Dragone for her. The show begins next year.
REUTERS/Thierry Roge

HRM/WS
DION
RTXLLK6
October 18, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion wipes a tear after being touched by the performance of her dancers in La...
La Louviere, Belgium
Canadian singer Celine Dion wipes a tear after being touched by the performance of her dancers in La.....
Canadian singer Celine Dion wipes a tear after being touched by the performance of her dancers in La Louviere on October 21, 2002. [Dion has moved to Belgium for three months to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director Franco Dragone. The show begins next year.]
DION
RTXLLK5
October 18, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news conference...
La Louviere, Belgium
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news confere.....
Canadian singer Celine Dion poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news conference in La Louviere on October 21, 2002. Dion has moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director [Franco Dragone] for her. The shows start next year.
SHOWBIZ
RTXLLK4
October 18, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion (L) talks to photographers during a photocall with Belgian show director...
La Louviere, Belgium
Canadian singer Celine Dion (L) talks to photographers during a photocall with Belgian show director.....
Canadian singer Celine Dion (L) talks to photographers during a photocall with Belgian show director Franco Dragone (R) ahead of a news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002. Dion has moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Dragone for her. The show begins next year.
DION
RTXLLK3
October 18, 2002
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news conference...
La Louviere, Belgium
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news co.....
Canadian singer Celine Dion (C) poses with a group of dancers during a photocall ahead of a news conference in La Louviere October 21, 2002. [Dion has moved to Belgium for three months in order to rehearse for a series of Las Vegas shows being produced by Belgian show director Franco Dragone for her. The show begins next year.]
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