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POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child at their house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. While the local laws do not allow Muslims to marry Christians, mixed-faith couples go on normally with their lives. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Religious items are seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Religious items are seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai
Religious items are seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at St. Francis of Assisi...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at St. Francis of Assisi...
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic church at Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at home in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their son at...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their son at...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their son at their home in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, prays as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, holds their child at their house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, reads the Quran as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, sits next...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, reads the Quran as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, sits next...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, reads the Quran as his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, sits next to him at their house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, holds her child at St. Francis...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, holds her child at St. Francis...
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, holds her child at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Jebel Ali in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019.Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their sons in...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their sons in...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, play with their sons in their backyard in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, stand at their backyard...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, stand at their backyard...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, stand at their backyard in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, are seen with their children...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, are seen with their children...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, are seen with their children at their home in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at her house in Jebel...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at her house in Jebel...
Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian married to local Muslim Ali al Sayed, prays at her house in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at...
Ali al Sayed, local Muslim, and his wife Mina Liccione, a Catholic Christian, have their breakfast at home in Jebel Ali, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
POPE-EMIRATES/MIXED-MARRIAGE
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January 31, 2019
A combination of religious items is seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali in Dubai,...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A combination of religious items is seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali in Dubai...
A combination of religious items is seen at Mina Liccione and Ali al Sayed's house in Jebel Ali in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, January 28, 2019. Picture taken January 28, 2019. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
BRITAIN-ROYALS/EUGENIE
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October 10, 2018
Baker Sophie Cabot mixes food colouring in the kitchen as she prepares the red velvet and chocolate wedding...
London, United Kingdom
Baker Sophie Cabot mixes food colouring in the kitchen as she prepares the red velvet and chocolate wedding...
Baker Sophie Cabot mixes food colouring in the kitchen as she prepares the red velvet and chocolate wedding cake for the marriage at Windsor Castle of Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, at Buckingham Palace in London, Britain, October 10, 2018. Picture taken October 10, 2018. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERS
USA-CAMPAIGN/OBAMA-GAYMARRIAGE
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May 09, 2012
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Barack Obama voices support to same-sex...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Obama voices support to same-sex marriage...
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Barack Obama voices support to same-sex marriage at The Mix bar in San Francisco, California May 9, 2012. Obama said on Wednesday he believes same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, taking a stand that is likely to please his political base and upset conservative voters. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
USA-CAMPAIGN/OBAMA-GAYMARRIAGE
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May 09, 2012
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Barack Obama voices support to same-sex...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Obama voices support to same-sex marriage...
Horst Linsen of Germany watches television as U.S. President Barack Obama voices support to same-sex marriage at The Mix bar in San Francisco, California May 9, 2012. Obama said on Wednesday he believes same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, taking a stand that is likely to please his political base and upset conservative voters. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
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November 25, 2009
Pupils leave their classroom after their lesson in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
Pupils leave their classroom after their lesson in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic schools that have become islands of multiculturalism in the deeply divided society of Bosnia, October 16, 2009. Many children from mixed marriages, who have become a new minority in Bosnia's largely mono-ethnic towns and schools, feel better protected in mixed Catholic schools from the stigma of ethnic identity that mark out "different" students. Photo taken Octiber 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
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November 25, 2009
Students raise their hands to answer a question during their class in a Catholic school in Sarajevo,...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
Students raise their hands to answer a question during their class in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic schools that have become islands of multiculturalism in the deeply divided society of Bosnia, October 16, 2009. Many children from mixed marriages, who have become a new minority in Bosnia's largely mono-ethnic towns and schools, feel better protected in mixed Catholic schools from the stigma of ethnic identity that mark out "different" students. Photo taken Octiber 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
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November 25, 2009
Pupils leave their classroom after their lesson in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
Pupils leave their classroom after their lesson in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic schools that have become islands of multiculturalism in the deeply divided society of Bosnia, October 16, 2009. Many children from mixed marriages, who have become a new minority in Bosnia's largely mono-ethnic towns and schools, feel better protected in mixed Catholic schools from the stigma of ethnic identity that mark out "different" students. Photo taken Octiber 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
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November 25, 2009
Fifth grade students attend their class in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic schools...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL
Fifth grade students attend their class in a Catholic school in Sarajevo, one of seven Catholic schools that have become islands of multiculturalism in the deeply divided society of Bosnia, October 16, 2009. Many children from mixed marriages, who have become a new minority in Bosnia's largely mono-ethnic towns and schools, feel better protected in mixed Catholic schools from the stigma of ethnic identity that mark out "different" students. Photo taken Octiber 16, 2009. To match Reuters Life! BOSNIA-CATHOLICS/SCHOOL REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
CHINA-GAYS
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June 13, 2009
Two gay couples kiss, as part of an unofficial marriage ceremony, during celebrations for mainland China's...
Shanghai, China
Two gay couples kiss as part of unofficial marriage ceremony during celebrations for mainland China's...
Two gay couples kiss, as part of an unofficial marriage ceremony, during celebrations for mainland China's first Gay Pride week at a bar in Shanghai June 13, 2009. The Gay Pride week celebrations continued in Shanghai despite cancellations of some of the festival's events by city authorities earlier in the week, according to media reports. A fair mix of local and foreign participants took part in the festival. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA SOCIETY)
CHINA-GAYS
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June 13, 2009
Two gay couples exchange rings, as part of an unofficial marriage ceremony, during celebrations for mainland...
Shanghai, China
Two gay couples exchange rings as part of an unofficial marriage ceremony during celebrations for mainland...
Two gay couples exchange rings, as part of an unofficial marriage ceremony, during celebrations for mainland China's first Gay Pride week at a bar in Shanghai June 13, 2009. The Gay Pride week celebrations continued in Shanghai despite cancellations of some of the festival's events by city authorities earlier in the week, according to media reports. A fair mix of local and foreign participants took part in the festival. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-ADOPTION/RACE
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June 13, 2008
Image of Reuters reporter Diane Bartz (C) with her children Lily and Rita (R) in Takoma Park, Maryland...
Takoma Park, UNITED STATES
To match witness story USA-ADOPTION/RACE
Image of Reuters reporter Diane Bartz (C) with her children Lily and Rita (R) in Takoma Park, Maryland October, 2004. When Diane Bartz's father was growing up in a Minnesota farm town during the Depression, his German Lutheran mother vehemently opposed mixed marriages. Now, her father, who is white, has two white grandchildren, two who have a black father and two adopted from Asia. To her, the fact that Armin Bartz adores his white, light brown and dark brown grandchildren is testament to how much America has changed in the past 70 years. Picture taken October, 2004. To match witness story USA-ADOPTION/RACE REUTERS/Roger Strouse (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ/MARRIAGE
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October 02, 2007
Iraq's Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi (R) distributes a cash bonus for newly married couples during...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq's Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi distributes a cash bonus for newly married couples during a ceremony...
Iraq's Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi (R) distributes a cash bonus for newly married couples during a ceremony in Baghdad October 2, 2007. Iraq is offering a cash bonus to married Iraqi couples from different sectarian groups in a drive to heal rifts between communities and foster reconciliation.
At a ceremony in Baghdad to launch the new initiative on Tuesday, 250 recently married couples from across Iraq accepted awards from Sunni Arab vice President Tareq al-Hashemi. Those in mixed marriages received $1,500. REUTERS/Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud (IRAQ)
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Israeli Druze Bride Crosses into Syria - 12 Mar 2007
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ISRAEL
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March 12, 2007
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin (2nd R), 25, is escorted by family members through the Kuneitra crossing...
KUNEITRA CROSSING, Israel
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin is escorted by family members through the Kuneitra crossing on the Israel-Syria...
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin (2nd R), 25, is escorted by family members through the Kuneitra crossing on the Israel-Syria border March 12, 2007. Shahin, from the Druze village of Buqata in the Golan Heights, passed through the Kuneitra crossing from Israel into Syria after parting permanently from her family to wed her Syrian fiance. REUTERS/Sharon Perry (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL
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March 12, 2007
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin, 25, looks at herself in the mirror after putting on her wedding dress...
MADGEL SHAMS, Israel
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin looks at herself in the mirror in Madgel Shams
Israeli Druze Arwad Abu Shahin, 25, looks at herself in the mirror after putting on her wedding dress in the northern Druze village of Madgel Shams March 12, 2007. Shahin, from the Druze village of Buqata in the Golan Heights, passed through the Kuneitra crossing from Israel into Syria after parting permanently from her family to wed her Syrian fiancé. REUTERS/Sharon Perry (ISRAEL)
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November 10, 2003
A statuette of Goddess Saraswati, the Hindu deity for knowledge, lies
among woven baskets at a stall...
Port Louis, Mauritius
STATUETTE OF HINDU GODDESS SARASWATI AT PORT LOUIS MARKET.
A statuette of Goddess Saraswati, the Hindu deity for knowledge, lies
among woven baskets at a stall at Port Louis market November 10, 2003.
The majority of the population in Mauritius are Hindus of Indian
descent, though large numbers of Muslims and Christians are also
present. Mauritius is often cited as an example of racial and religious
harmony, though racial divisions remain, with little interracial
marriage and social mixing between the communities. REUTERS/Darrin
Zammit Lupi

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CUBA WEDDINGS
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June 01, 2001
A Cuban woman and a foreign man stroll down Havana's Prado avenue June 1, 2001. Mixed nationality romances...
Havana, Cuba
FOR FEATURE STORY CUBA WEDDINGS.
A Cuban woman and a foreign man stroll down Havana's Prado avenue June 1, 2001. Mixed nationality romances and marriages are a booming business in Cuba, with Spanish men proving the most popular for Cuban women.

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CHILE REFUGEES
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June 16, 1999
Two unidentified refugees from former Yugoslavia, one holding her two-year old daughter, sit together...
Santiago, Chile
FEMALE REFUGEES FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ARRIVE IN SANTIAGO.
Two unidentified refugees from former Yugoslavia, one holding her two-year old daughter, sit together at the Santiago airport June 16. Chile received 26 Bosnians, Croats and Serbs seeking for asylum as victims of a war that engulfed the Balkans for nearly four years starting in the early '90s. The refugees, most of them mixed marriages, had been relocated originally in Kosovo but were granted asylum during the outbreak of the recent Kosovo crisis.

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CHILE REFUGEES
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June 16, 1999
An unidentified refugee from former Yugoslavia holds a Chilean flag while getting off the bus at the...
Santiago, Chile
REFUGEES FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ARRIVE IN SANTIAGO.
An unidentified refugee from former Yugoslavia holds a Chilean flag while getting off the bus at the Santiago airport, June 16. Chile received 26 Bosnians, Croats and Serbs seeking for asylum as victims of a war that engulfed the Balcan's for nearly four years starting in the early '90s. The refugees, most of them mixed marriages, had been relocated originally in Kosovo but were granted asylum during the outbreak of the recent Kosovo crisis.

CD/JP
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June 16, 1999
Two refugees from the former Yugoslavia, one holding her two-year old daughter, sit together at the Santiago...
Chile
FEMALE REFUGEES FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ARRIVE IN SANTIAGO.
Two refugees from the former Yugoslavia, one holding her two-year old daughter, sit together at the Santiago airport June 16. Chile received 26 Bosnians, Croats and Serbs seeking asylum as victims of a war that engulfed the Balkan's for nearly four years starting in the early 1990's. The refugees, most of them mixed marriages, had been relocated originally in Kosovo, but were granted asylum during the outbreak of the recent crisis.

CD/SV
CHILE REFUGEES
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June 16, 1999
An unidentified refugee from former Yugoslavia holds a Chilean flag while getting off the bus at the...
Santiago, Chile
REFUGEES FROM FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ARRIVE IN SANTIAGO.
An unidentified refugee from former Yugoslavia holds a Chilean flag while getting off the bus at the Santiago airport, June 16. Chile received 26 Bosnians, Croats and Serbs seeking asylum as victims of a war that engulfed the Balkan region for nearly four years starting in the early 1990's. The refugees, most of them from mixed marriages, had been relocated originally in Kosovo, but were granted asylum during the outbreak of the recent crisis.

CD/JRE
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April 04, 1998
TO GO WITH STORY BC-LEBANON-MARRIAGE - Rheda Hamdan (L) a Moslem Shi'ite and Sabine Sidani, a Christian...
Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE BC-LEBANON-MARRIAGE
TO GO WITH STORY BC-LEBANON-MARRIAGE - Rheda Hamdan (L) a Moslem Shi'ite and Sabine Sidani, a Christian Orthodox Greek, are moving ahead with plans for a civil marriage ceremony in Cyprus, in a country described as a "house of many mansions". The Lebanese are bitterly split over approving a civil marriage code that will allow marriage between mixed religions.

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