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NOBEL-PEACE-GREECE
RTX24YHV
February 01, 2016
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos repairs his fishing nets at the port of a fishing village in the Greek...
Lamia, Greece
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos seen in Lesbos island
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos repairs his fishing nets at the port of a fishing village in the Greek island of Lesbos October 21, 2015. Valiamos, who has rescued scores of refugees from drowning, Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon, who spent Christmas helping refugees in Greece and Emilia Kamvisi, an 85-year-old grandmother were nominated by Greek academics and the Hellenic Olympic Committee for the Nobel Peace Prize. Picture taken October 21, 2015. REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis
NOBEL-PEACE-GREECE
RTX24YHS
February 01, 2016
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos takes a break at the port of a fishing village in the Greek island of...
Lamia, Greece
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos seen in Lesbos island
Greek fisherman Stratis Valiamos takes a break at the port of a fishing village in the Greek island of Lesbos October 21, 2015. Valiamos, who has rescued scores of refugees from drowning, Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon, who spent Christmas helping refugees in Greece and Emilia Kamvisi, an 85-year-old grandmother were nominated by Greek academics and the Hellenic Olympic Committee for the Nobel Peace Prize. Picture taken October 21, 2015 REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX24LIX
January 29, 2016
Greek farmers sit by an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece at a roadblock set by...
Lamia, Greece
Greek farmers sit by an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece
Greek farmers sit by an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece at a roadblock set by farmers protesting over the government's proposal to overhaul the country's ailing pension system January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX24LIV
January 29, 2016
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece at a roadblock...
Lamia, Greece
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway next to parked tractors in central Greece at a roadblock set by farmers protesting over the government's proposal to overhaul the country's ailing pension system January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
EUROZONE-GREECE/REFORMS
RTX24LIQ
January 29, 2016
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway in central Greece near a roadblock set by farmers protesting...
Lamia, Greece
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway near a roadblock in central Greece
Greek farmers walk through an empty motorway in central Greece near a roadblock set by farmers protesting over the government's proposal to overhaul the country's ailing pension system January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
EUROZONE-GREECE/BARTER
RTX1MADS
July 29, 2015
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of...
Lamia, Greece
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are swapping goods and services in cashless transactions since the government shut down banks on June 28 for three weeks, restricted cash withdrawals and banned transfers abroad to halt a run on deposits and prevent a collapse of the banks. Among Internet-based companies that allow barter is Mermix, a website that allows farmers to share heavy machinery in return for cash or cashless barter transactions. Set up three months ago, the platform has around 100 farmers registered on it and expects to break even within two years as business grows, says Stamatis, who also heads an agricultural union in Lamia. Picture taken July 27. REUTERS/Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
GREECE-FARMERS/
RTR29J8L
January 27, 2010
A farmer walks alongside tractors blocking the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki...
Lamia, Greece
A farmer walks alongside tractors blocking the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki...
A farmer walks alongside tractors blocking the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki close to Lamia town January 27, 2010. Greek farmers who started blocking highways and border crossings eleven days ago continued their protest, piling pressure on the socialist government struggling with a financial crisis. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
GREECE/
RTXPDXK
October 07, 2009
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens October 7, 2009. Greece's Socialists...
Lamia, Greece
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens Greek PM Karamanlis addresses...
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens October 7, 2009. Greece's Socialists won Sunday's snap election with a comfortable majority, gaining 160 seats out of 300 in parliament which should make it easier for the new government to fight the economic. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS SOCIETY)
GREECE/
RTXPDXJ
October 07, 2009
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens October 7, 2009. Greece's Socialists...
Lamia, Greece
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens Greek PM Karamanlis addresses...
Newly appointed ministers are sworn at the Presidential palace in Athens October 7, 2009. Greece's Socialists won Sunday's snap election with a comfortable majority, gaining 160 seats out of 300 in parliament which should make it easier for the new government to fight the economic. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS SOCIETY)
GREECE/
RTXP8AY
October 02, 2009
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis addresses supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October...
Lamia, Greece
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis addresses supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis addresses supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October 2, 2009. Greeks voted in a national election on Sunday with the opposition socialists leading in polls but not guaranteed to gather enough support to form a government outright. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GREECE/
RTXP89D
October 02, 2009
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October...
Lamia, Greece
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October 2, 2009. Greeks vote in a national election on Sunday with the opposition socialists leading in polls but not guaranteed to gather enough support to form a government outright. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE/
RTXP88F
October 02, 2009
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October...
Lamia, Greece
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis waves to supporters during a pre-election rally in Athens October 2, 2009. Greeks vote in a national election on Sunday with the opposition socialists leading in polls but not guaranteed to gather enough support to form a government outright. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1M3
September 28, 2009
Christos Staikouras, a candidate of conservative New Democrasy party, shakes hands with locals during...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Christos Staikouras, a candidate of conservative New Democrasy party, shakes hands with locals during a pre-election campaign in the town of Lamia about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens, September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1LX
September 28, 2009
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election campaign in a coffee shop in the village of Anavra near Lamia town, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1LS
September 28, 2009
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election campaign in a coffee shop in the village of Anavra near Lamia town, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1LO
September 28, 2009
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Brochures of Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, are seen during a pre-election campaign in a coffee shop in the village of Mendenitsa near Lamia town, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1LC
September 28, 2009
Katerina Batzeli (C), candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, addresses locals during a pre-election...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Katerina Batzeli (C), candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, addresses locals during a pre-election campaign in a coffee shop in the village of Anavra near Lamia town, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1L8
September 28, 2009
A brochure of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, is seen on a table...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
A brochure of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, is seen on a table of a coffee shop in Lamia, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens, during a pre-elections campaign September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1L4
September 28, 2009
Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, is reflected on a mirror as she addresses...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Katerina Batzeli, candidate of socialist PASOK opposition party, is reflected on a mirror as she addresses locals during a pre-election campaign in a coffee shop in the village of Drimea near Lamia town, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1L1
September 28, 2009
A brochure of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, is seen on a table...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
A brochure of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, is seen on a table of a coffee shop in Lamia, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens, during a pre-election campaign September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
RTXP1KV
September 28, 2009
Women deliver brochures of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, to the...
Lamia, Greece
To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS
Women deliver brochures of Christos Staikouras, candidate of conservative New Democracy party, to the customers of a coffee shop in Lamia, about 210km (131 miles) north of Athens, during a pre-election campaign September 26, 2009. Greek politicians are fighting hard to win the key farmers' votes ahead of Greece's Oct. 4 national election. Picture taken on September 26, 2009. To match feature GREECE-ELECTION/FARMERS REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
SPORT GREECE RALLYING
RTRWYD2
June 26, 2005
France's Loeb and his co-driver Helena celebrate their victory at the Acropolis Rally in central Greek...
Lamia, Greece
France's Loeb and his co-driver Helena celebrate their victory at the Acropolis Rally in central ...
France's Loeb and his co-driver Helena celebrate their victory at the Acropolis Rally in central Greek city of Lamia. France's Sebastien Loeb (R) and his co-driver Daniel Helena celebrate their victory at the Acropolis Rally in the central Greek city of Lamia June 26, 2005. World champion Loeb became the first man to win five successive races with victory in the Acropolis Rally on Sunday. The Citroen driver, who won the day's second stage, finished one minute 36.2 seconds ahead of Finn Toni Gardemeister in his Ford. Loeb extended his lead in the drivers' championship and now has 23 points more than Norway's Petter Solberg, whose driveshaft problems on Friday meant he could manage only ninth place. REUTERS/ELPA/Handout
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXWX
June 26, 2005
World Rally Champion Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of the...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally Champion Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of ......
World Rally Champion Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. Loeb won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXWQ
June 26, 2005
Finland's Mikko Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Finland's Mikko Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the ...
Finland's Mikko Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. Finland's Mikko Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXWI
June 26, 2005
Finland's Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Finland's Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the ...
Finland's Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the Acropolis rally of Greece. Finland's Mikko Hirvonen drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage (#17) of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXW5
June 26, 2005
Norwegian Petter Solberg drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Norwegian Petter Solberg drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the ...
Norwegian Petter Solberg drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. Norwegian Petter Solberg drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXVX
June 26, 2005
Martin from Esthonia is seen through the door of a church driving his Peugeot 307 WRC at the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Martin from Esthonia is seen through the door of a church driving his Peugeot 307 WRC at the ...
Martin from Esthonia is seen through the door of a church driving his Peugeot 307 WRC at the Acropolis rally of Greece. Markko Martin from Esthonia is seen through the door of a church driving his Peugeot 307 WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXV7
June 26, 2005
Former World Rally Champion Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage...
Lamia, Greece
Former World Rally Champion Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special ...
Former World Rally Champion Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. Former World Rally Champion Carlos Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. Sainz is third and Loeb leads after the 17th stage at the third leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXV1
June 26, 2005
Finland's Toni Gardemeister drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Finland's Toni Gardemeister drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the ...
Finland's Toni Gardemeister drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. Finland's Toni Gardemeister drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. Gardemeister is second after the 17th special stage in the final leg of the race. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORTS GREECE RALLYING
RTRWXUU
June 26, 2005
World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special ......
World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Grammeni special stage ( number 17) of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 26, 2005. Loeb won all of Saturday's eight stages of the Acropolis Rally to extend his lead in the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORT RALLY
RTRWVT0
June 25, 2005
Markko Martin of Estonia drives his Peugeot 307 WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Martin of Estonia drives Peugeot 307 WRC during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
Markko Martin of Estonia drives his Peugeot 307 WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLY
RTRWVSI
June 25, 2005
A rally fan watches Britain's Kris Meeke speed during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally...
Lamia, Greece
Rally fan watches Britain's Meeke speed during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
A rally fan watches Britain's Kris Meeke speed during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. Championship leader Sebastien Loeb of France consolidated his lead in the Acropolis Rally on Saturday by winning all of Saturday's first four stages. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLY
RTRWVRH
June 25, 2005
Toni Gardemeister of Finland drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Gardemeister of Finland drives Ford Focus WRC during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
Toni Gardemeister of Finland drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWVQM
June 25, 2005
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWVQ6
June 25, 2005
Gigi Galli of Italy drives his Mitsubishi Lancer WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Galli of Italy drives his Mitsubishi Lancer WRC during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
Gigi Galli of Italy drives his Mitsubishi Lancer WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWVPR
June 25, 2005
Britain's Mark Higgins drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally...
Lamia, Greece
Britain's Higgins drives his Ford Focus WRC during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
Britain's Mark Higgins drives his Ford Focus WRC during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWVP1
June 25, 2005
World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Amfisa special stage...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally Champion Loeb drives his Citroen Xsara during Amfisa special stage of Acropolis Rally.
World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France drives his Citroen Xsara during the Amfisa special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 25, 2005. Loeb consolidated his lead in the Acropolis Rally on Saturday by winning all of Saturday's first four stages. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT
RTRWTUZ
June 24, 2005
World Rally Champion Loeb of France races with his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special stage...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally Champion Loeb of France races with his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special ...
World Rally Champion Loeb of France races with his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece. World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb of France races with his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis rally of Greece June 24, 2005. Loeb leads after the 7th stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
SPORT RALLY
RTRWTRQ
June 24, 2005
Marcus Gronholm of Finland speeds in his Peugeot 307 WRC during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the...
Lamia, Greece
Gronholm of Finland speeds in Peugeot 307 WRC during Acropolis Rally.
Marcus Gronholm of Finland speeds in his Peugeot 307 WRC during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. French driver Sebastien Loeb leads after the seventh stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWTR4
June 24, 2005
Former World Rally champion Carlos Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara through a water point during...
Lamia, Greece
Sainz of Spain drives Citroen Xsara through water point during Acropolis Rally.
Former World Rally champion Carlos Sainz of Spain drives his Citroen Xsara through a water point during the Regini special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. French driver Sebastien Loeb leads after the seventh stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWTQW
June 24, 2005
Chris Atkinson of Australia drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through a water point during the Regini special...
Lamia, Greece
Atkinson of Australia drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through water point during Acropolis Rally.
Chris Atkinson of Australia drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through a water point during the Regini special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. French driver Sebastien Loeb leads after the seventh stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWTQ7
June 24, 2005
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through a water point during the Regini special...
Lamia, Greece
Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through a water point during Acropolis Rally.
Petter Solberg of Norway drives his Subaru Impreza WRC through a water point during the Regini special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. French driver Sebastien Loeb leads after the seventh stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWTQ3
June 24, 2005
Petter Solberg of Norway lands his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis...
Lamia, Greece
Solberg of Norway lands his Subaru Impreza WRC during Acropolis Rally.
Petter Solberg of Norway lands his Subaru Impreza WRC during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. French driver Sebastien Loeb leads after the seventh stage at the end of the first leg of the race. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
SPORT RALLYING
RTRWTNZ
June 24, 2005
World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb of France speeds on his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally champion Loeb speeds on Citroen Xsara during Elatia-Zeli special stage of Acropolis Rally....
World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb of France speeds on his Citroen Xsara during the Elatia-Zeli special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. Loeb made a strong start to his bid for a record fifth win in a row on Friday by taking the overnight lead in the Acropolis Rally. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
GREECE RALLYING
RTRWTNH
June 24, 2005
World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb of France, powers his Citroen Xsara through a water point during...
Lamia, Greece
World Rally champion Loeb powers his Citroen Xsara through water point during Acropolis Rally.
World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb of France, powers his Citroen Xsara through a water point during the Regini special stage of the Acropolis Rally of Greece June 24, 2005. Loeb made a strong start to his bid for a record fifth win in a row on Friday by taking the overnight lead in the Acropolis Rally. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/KI
GREECE RALLYING
RTRWT3M
June 24, 2005
World champion Sebastien Loeb of France powers his Citroen Xsara during the Regini special stage of the...
Lamia, Greece
World champion Loeb powers his Citroen during Acropolis Rally, Greece.
World champion Sebastien Loeb of France powers his Citroen Xsara during the Regini special stage of the Acropolis Rally, Greece, June 24, 2005. Ford's Mikko Hirvonen took the early lead in the rally after the first three stages in central Greece produced three different winners on Friday. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis yb/MK
SPORT RALLYING
RTR13TZY
June 08, 2003
Norwegian rally pilot Petter Solberg (R) pours champagne on the head of
Estonian competitor Markko Martin...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
NORWEGIAN SOLBERG POURS CHAMPAGNE ON ESTONIAN MARTIN AT ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
Norwegian rally pilot Petter Solberg (R) pours champagne on the head of
Estonian competitor Markko Martin at the finish line of the 50th
Acropolis rally at Lamia town in central Greece June 8, 2003. Martin
won the rally ahead of Spain's Carlos Sainz who finished second, and
Solberg who took third place. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

YK/GB
SPORT RALLYING
RTR13TZS
June 08, 2003
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin (R) and British co-driver Michael
Park, crew of Ford Focus WRC, spray...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ESTONIAN RALLY PILOT MARTIN WITH BRITISH CO-DRIVER PARK CELEBRATE AFTER
WINNING ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin (R) and British co-driver Michael
Park, crew of Ford Focus WRC, spray champagne as they celebrate winning
the 50th Acropolis rally at Lamia town in central Greece June 8, 2003.
Martin won the rally ahead of Spain's Carlos Sainz who finished second
and Norwegian Petter Solberg who took third place. REUTERS/Yiorgos
Karahalis

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June 08, 2003
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin (R) with his British co-driver
Michael Park celebrate atop of their...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ESTONIAN RALLY PILOT MARTIN WITH BRITISH CO-DRIVER PARK CELEBRATE AFTER
WINNING ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin (R) with his British co-driver
Michael Park celebrate atop of their Ford Focus RS WRC after winning
the 50th Acropolis rally at Lamia town in central Greece June 8, 2003.
Martin won the rally ahead of Spain's Carlos Sainz who finished second
and Norwegian Petter Solberg who took the third place. REUTERS/ Yiorgos
Karahalis

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June 08, 2003
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British co-driver Michael
Park drive their Ford Focus RS...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ESTONIAN RALLY PILOT MARTIN DRIVES FORD FOCUS DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF
ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British co-driver Michael
Park drive their Ford Focus RS WRC over a bump during the 50th
Acropolis rally Agios Stefanos special stage, near Lamia town in
central Greece June 8, 2003. Martin won the rally ahead of Spain's
Carlos Sainz who finished second and Norwegian Petter Solberg who took
third place. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 08, 2003
Norwegian rally driver Petter Solberg with his British navigator Philip
Mills rise over a bump in their...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
NORWEGIAN SOLBERG DRIVES HIS SUBARU DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
Norwegian rally driver Petter Solberg with his British navigator Philip
Mills rise over a bump in their Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 during the 50th
Acropolis rally Agios Stefanos special stage, near Lamia town in
central Greece June 8, 2003. REUTERS/ Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 08, 2003
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British navigator Michael
Park drive their Ford Focus RS...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ESTONIAN RALLY PILOT MARTIN DRIVE HIS FORD FOCUS DURING SPECIAL STAGE
OF ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British navigator Michael
Park drive their Ford Focus RS WRC over a bump during the 50th
Acropolis rally Agios Stefanos special stage, near Lamia town in
central Greece June 8, 2003. Martin leads the rally after 19 stages.
REUTERS/ Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 07, 2003
British rally driver Richard Burns with his co-driver Robert Reid drive
their Peugeot 206 WRC through...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
BRITISH RALLY DRIVER BURNS DRIVES HIS PEUGEOT 206 WRC DURING SPECIAL
STAGE OF ACROPOLIS RALLY.
British rally driver Richard Burns with his co-driver Robert Reid drive
their Peugeot 206 WRC through water during the 50th Acropolis rally Regini
special stage near Lamia town in central Greece June 7, 2003. Pictures of
the month June 2003 REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 06, 2003
British rally pilot Richard Burns and his navigator Robert Reid speed their Peugeot 206 WRC during the...
Lamia, Greece
British rally pilot Richard Burns and his navigator Robert Reid speed their Peugeot 206 WRC during t.....
British rally pilot Richard Burns and his navigator Robert Reid speed their Peugeot 206 WRC during the 50th Acropolis rally Elateia special stage, near Lamia town in central Greece June 6, 2003.
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June 06, 2003
Spanish rally pilot Carlos Sainz with his navigator Marc Marti take a
bend with their Citroen Xsara...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
SPANISH RALLY PILOT SAINZ DRIVES HIS CITROEN XSARA DURING SPECIAL STAGE
OF ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Spanish rally pilot Carlos Sainz with his navigator Marc Marti take a
bend with their Citroen Xsara during the 50th Acropolis rally Elateia
special stage, some miles off Lamia town in central Greece June 6,
2003. REUTERS/ Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 06, 2003
Finish Tommi Makinen drives his Subaru Impeza WRC over a bump in Lilea
super special stage during the...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
TOMMI MAKINEN OF FINLAND SPEEDS DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
Finish Tommi Makinen drives his Subaru Impeza WRC over a bump in Lilea
super special stage during the first day of the 50th Acropolis rally in
central Greece June 6, 2003. The rally finishes on Sunday. REUTERS/
Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 06, 2003
Finish Marcus Gronholm drives his Peugeot 206 WRC over a bump in Lilea
super special stage during the...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
MARCUS GRONHOLM OF FINLAND SPEEDS DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
Finish Marcus Gronholm drives his Peugeot 206 WRC over a bump in Lilea
super special stage during the first day of the 50th Acropolis rally in
central Greece June 6, 2003. The rally finishes on Sunday. REUTERS/
Yiorgos Karahalis

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June 06, 2003
British Alistair Ginley of Great Britain drives his Ford Focus WRC
through a muddy part of Lilea super...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ALISTAIR GINLEY OF BRITAIN SPEEDS DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
British Alistair Ginley of Great Britain drives his Ford Focus WRC
through a muddy part of Lilea super special stage during the first day
of the 50th Acropolis rally in central Greece June 6, 2003. The rally
finishes on Sunday. REUTERS/ Yannis Behrakis

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June 06, 2003
Spaniard Daniel Solavila drives his Citroen Xsara through a muddy part
of Lilea super special stage...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
DANIEL SOLAVILA OF SPAIN SPEEDS DURING SPECIAL STAGE OF ACROPOLIS
RALLY.
Spaniard Daniel Solavila drives his Citroen Xsara through a muddy part
of Lilea super special stage during the first day of the 50th Acropolis
rally in central Greece June 6, 2003. The rally finishes on Sunday.
REUTERS/ Yannis Behrakis

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June 06, 2003
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British navigator Michael
Park take a bend with their Ford...
Lamia, Greece - Hellenic Republic
ESTONIAN RALLY PILOT MARTIN SPEEDS HIS FORD FOCUS DURING SPECIAL STAGE
OF ACROPOLIS RALLY.
Estonian rally pilot Markko Martin with his British navigator Michael
Park take a bend with their Ford Focus RS WRC during the 50th Acropolis
rally Elateia special stage, some miles off Lamia town in central
Greece June 6, 2003. The rally will finish on Sunday. REUTERS/ Yiorgos
Karahalis

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