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RUGBY-UNION-SCO-NZL/
RTS1KILY
November 18, 2017
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain - November 18, 2017 Ex player Doddie Weir delivers the matchball raising awareness for Motor Neurone Disease Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
RUGBY-UNION-SCO-NZL/
RTS1KILP
November 18, 2017
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain - November 18, 2017 Ex player Doddie Weir delivers the matchball to raise awareness for Motor Neurone Disease Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith
RUGBY-UNION-SCO-NZL/
RTS1KIG0
November 18, 2017
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain - November 18, 2017 Ex player Doddie Weir delivers the matchball to raise awareness for Motor Neurone Disease REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
RUGBY-UNION-SCO-NZL/
RTS1KIFZ
November 18, 2017
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand
Rugby Union - Autumn Internationals - Scotland vs New Zealand - BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, Britain - November 18, 2017 Ex player Doddie Weir delivers the matchball to raise awareness for Motor Neurone Disease REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
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March 07, 2015
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband (R) and Scottish Labour Party leader Jim Murphy react...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Miliband and Scottish Labour Party leader Murphy react after a speech...
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband (R) and Scottish Labour Party leader Jim Murphy react after a speech by Gordon Aikman, who is diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and campaigns for increased research funding for the disease, at the Scottish Labour Party Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, March 7, 2015.REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4SF79
March 07, 2015
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband shows his support for Gordon Aikman (R), who is diagnosed...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband shows his support for Gordon Aikman before his speech...
Britain's leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband shows his support for Gordon Aikman (R), who is diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and campaigns for increased research funding for the disease, before his speech at the Scottish Labour Party Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, March 7, 2015. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN-SUICIDE/
RTX94T0
October 02, 2008
Multiple sclerosis sufferer, Debbie Purdy (L), holds her husband Omar outside the High Court, in central...
London, United Kingdom
Multiple sclerosis sufferer Debbie Purdy holds her husband outside High Court in central London
Multiple sclerosis sufferer, Debbie Purdy (L), holds her husband Omar outside the High Court, in central London on October 2, 2008. Purdy is mounting a challenge in London's High Court on Thursday to force the country's top prosecutor to clarify the law on assisted suicide. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
Entertainment
Entertainment
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Entertainment
Entertainment
Annual Race to Erase MS Gala in California - 14 Apr 2007
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USA-HAWKING-UNIVERSE
RTR1NFXK
March 14, 2007
Professor of mathematics at Cambridge University Stephen W. Hawking discusses theories on the origin...
Berkeley, UNITED STATES
Professor of mathematics at Cambridge University Stephen W. Hawking discusses theories on the origin...
Professor of mathematics at Cambridge University Stephen W. Hawking discusses theories on the origin of the universe in a talk in Berkeley, California, March 13, 2007. REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN
RTR17CRH
March 18, 2006
A priest holds a service program of the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
A priest holds service program of Johnstone's funeral at St John The Baptsist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow...
A priest holds a service program of the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St. John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. Picture taken March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17B0W
March 17, 2006
Singer Rod Stewart (R) and his partner Penny Lancaster arrive at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Singer Stewart and partner Lancaster arrive at funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church in...
Singer Rod Stewart (R) and his partner Penny Lancaster arrive at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AYZ
March 17, 2006
Glasgow Rangers manager Alex McLeish arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Glasgow Rangers manager McLeish arrives at funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church Uddingston...
Glasgow Rangers manager Alex McLeish arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AYK
March 17, 2006
Scotland's Denis Law leaves the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Scotland's Law leaves funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church at Uddingston near Glasgow,...
Scotland's Denis Law leaves the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AXZ
March 17, 2006
Former Celtic manager Martin O'Neill leaves the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
O'Neill leaves funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church at Uddingston near Glasgow Scotland...
Former Celtic manager Martin O'Neill leaves the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AVL
March 17, 2006
Manchester United's manager Alex Ferguson (C) applauds as the cortege leaves after the funeral of the...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Manchester United's Ferguson applauds as cortege leaves funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church...
Manchester United's manager Alex Ferguson (C) applauds as the cortege leaves after the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AV5
March 17, 2006
Celtic's Roy Keane arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Keane arrives at funeral of Scotland and Celtic soccer player Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church...
Celtic's Roy Keane arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AUY
March 17, 2006
Jimmy Johnstone's son James Johnstone (R) and former Celtic players Bertie Auld (C) and Tommy Gemmell...
Glasgow, multiple countries
James Johnstone, Auld and Gemmell carry coffin from church after funeral of Jimmy Johnstone at Uddingston...
Jimmy Johnstone's son James Johnstone (R) and former Celtic players Bertie Auld (C) and Tommy Gemmell (L) carry the coffin from the church after the funeral of Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Scotland and Celtic soccer player Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
SPORT SOCCER JOHNSTONE
RTR17ATR
March 17, 2006
Jimmy Johnstone's son, James Johnstone (C) and former Celtic player Bertie Auld (L) carry the coffin...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
James Johnstone and Bertie Auld carry coffin after funeral of Jimmy Johnstone at Uddingston
Jimmy Johnstone's son, James Johnstone (C) and former Celtic player Bertie Auld (L) carry the coffin from the church after the funeral of Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland on March 17, 2006. Scotland and Celtic soccer player Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17ATC
March 17, 2006
Singer Rod Stewart (R) and his partner Penny Lancaster (L) leave the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Singer Stewart and Lancaster leave funeral of Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church at Uddingston near...
Singer Rod Stewart (R) and his partner Penny Lancaster (L) leave the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AOI
March 17, 2006
Scotland soccer team coach Walter Smith arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Scotland's Smith arrives at funeral of Scotland and Celtic soccer player Johnstone at St John The Baptist...
Scotland soccer team coach Walter Smith arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17AO6
March 17, 2006
Celtic player Stan Varga arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Celtic player Varga arrives at funeral of Scotland and Celtic soccer player Johnstone at St John The...
Celtic player Stan Varga arrives at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
BRITAIN
RTR17ANQ
March 17, 2006
Singer Frankie Miller arrives to pay his respects at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Singer Miller arrives to pay respects to Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church Uddingston, Glasgow,...
Singer Frankie Miller arrives to pay his respects at the funeral of the Scotland and Celtic soccer player Jimmy Johnstone at St John The Baptist Church, Uddingston, Glasgow, Scotland March 17, 2006. Johnstone died on Monday after a long battle with motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
SPORT SOCCER JOHNSTONE
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March 13, 2006
Members of the public view floral tributes for former Celtic and Scotland soccer player Jimmy Johnstone...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Members of the public view floral tributes for former Celtic soccer player Johnstone in Scotland
Members of the public view floral tributes for former Celtic and Scotland soccer player Jimmy Johnstone outside Celtic Football Club at Parkhead in Glasgow, Scotland March 13, 2006. Johnstone, who scored over 100 goals for Celtic, died on Monday aged 61 years after losing his battle against motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Tony Marsh
WILMUT
RTXN854
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who crea.....
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines.
WILMUT
RTXN853
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in.....
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines.
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMPC1
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh.
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell JJM/MD
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP8O
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP7C
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP4F
February 08, 2005
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Edinburgh, UK
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference...
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. Pictures of the month February 2005 REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
WILMUT
RTXMY1Q
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28,...
London, UK
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28.....
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. [If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo.]
WILMUT
RTXMY1P
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who...
London, UK
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, wh.....
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo.
BRITAIN
RTRBYDY
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who...
London, UK
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London....
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
RTRBYDR
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who...
London, UK
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London....
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
RTRBYDI
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who...
London, UK
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London....
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
RTRBYD9
September 28, 2004
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28,...
London, UK
Britain's Professor Wilmut poses for photographs after news conference in London.
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
RTRBYD2
September 28, 2004
The shadows of journalists are cast on a projector screen as they speak to Professor Ian Wilmut after...
London, UK
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London....
The shadows of journalists are cast on a projector screen as they speak to Professor Ian Wilmut after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS
DIGNITIS
RTRGVJG
January 20, 2003
Zurich city funeral services employees carry a casket from an assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally...
Zuerich, Switzerland
ZURICH CITY FUNERAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES TRANSPORT CASKET FROM ASSISTED
SUICIDE CLINIC.
Zurich city funeral services employees carry a casket from an assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally ill British man died January 20,
2003. Reginald Crew, 74, from Liverpool who suffered from the
debilitating motor neurone disease had travelled to Switzerland to end
his life at the Zurich-based Dignitas clinic. REUTERS/Sebastian
Derungs

STD/MR/
HEALTH BRITAIN SUICIDE
RTRGVID
January 20, 2003
View of the exterior of a building in Zurich which houses the assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally...
Zurich, Switzerland
VIEW OF THE DIGNITAS CLINIC WHERE BRITISH MAN CREW DIED IN ZURICH.
View of the exterior of a building in Zurich which houses the assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally ill British man died January 20,
2003. Reginal Crew from Liverpool who suffered from the debilitating
motor neurone disease had travelled to Switzerland to end his life at
the Zurich-based Dignitas clinic. REUTERS SCHWEIZ/Sebastian Derungs

STD/MR/JV
DIGNITIS
RTRGVHR
January 20, 2003
Zurich city funeral services employees carry a casket from an assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally...
Zuerich, Switzerland
ZURICH CITY FUNERAL SERVICES EMPLOYEES TRANSPORT CASKET FROM ASSISTED
SUICIDE CLINIC.
Zurich city funeral services employees carry a casket from an assisted
suicide clinic where a terminally ill British man died January 20,
2003. Reginald Crew, 74, from Liverpool who suffered from the
debilitating motor neurone disease had travelled to Switzerland to end
his life at the Zurich-based Dignitas clinic. REUTERS/Sebastian
Derungs

STD/MR/
HEALTH BRITAIN SUICIDE
RTRGVH4
January 20, 2003
Employees of the Zurich city funeral services carry a casket from an
assisted suicide clinic where a...
Zurich, Switzerland
EMPLOYEES OF ZURICH CITY FUNERAL SERVICES TRANSPORT CASKET FROM
ASSISTED SUICIDE CLINIC.
Employees of the Zurich city funeral services carry a casket from an
assisted suicide clinic where a terminally ill British man died January
20, 2003. Reginal Crew from Liverpool who suffered from the
debilitating motor neurone disease had travelled to Switzerland to end
his life at the Zurich-based Dignitas clinic. REUTERS SCHWEIZ/Sebastian
Derungs

STD/MR/JV
BRITAIN US GULFWAR
RTRWXLY
June 18, 2002
Hanna Thompson, 7, of Yeovil sucks her thumb as her mother Samantha
gives evidence to American congressmen...
London, UK
BRITISH GULF WAR VETERAN'S DAUGHTER ATTENDS HEARING WITH AMERICAN
CONGRESSMEN IN LONDON.
Hanna Thompson, 7, of Yeovil sucks her thumb as her mother Samantha
gives evidence to American congressmen investigating Gulf War Syndrome,
during an unprecedented parliamentary hearing in London, June 18, 2002.
Hanna's father Nigel, a British veteran of the Gulf War, died in
January 2002 of motor neurone disease. The evidence from the hearing is
being used as part of an investigation into undiagnosed illnesses which
affected 5,000 of 52,000 British troops sent to the Gulf in 1990.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/ASA/CMC
BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR152XY
April 29, 2002
Diane Pretty listens during a news conference in London after hearing
the verdict of the European Court...
London, UK
DIANNE PRETTY LEAVES A NEWS CONFERENCE.
Diane Pretty listens during a news conference in London after hearing
the verdict of the European Court of Human Rights on "right to die"
verdict April 29, 2002. Pretty who is terminally-ill with the
degenerative condition motor neurone disease and wants to die with her
husband's help has lost the final round of her legal fight in a
landmark decision at the European Court of Human Rights on Monday.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

RUS
BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR4FF9
April 29, 2002
Brian Pretty wipes the face of his wife, Dianne during a news
conference in London after hearing the...
London, UK
DIANNE PRETTY'S HUSBAND BRIAN WIPES HER FACE DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE.
Brian Pretty wipes the face of his wife, Dianne during a news
conference in London after hearing the verdict of the European Court of
Human Rights on "right to die" verdict April 29, 2002. Pretty, who is
terminally-ill with the degenerative condition motor neurone disease
and wants to die with her husband's help, has lost the final round of
her legal fight in a landmark decision at the European Court of Human
Rights on Monday. REUTERS/Dan Chung

RUS/CRB
BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR4FEM
April 29, 2002
DIANE PRETTY LISTENS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER HEARING THE
VERDICT OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY LISTENS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER HEARING THE
VERDICT OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN...
DIANE PRETTY LISTENS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER HEARING THE
VERDICT OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS.


Diane Pretty listens to a news conference in London after hearing the
verdict of the European Court of Human Rights on "right to die" verdict
April 29, 2002. Pretty, who is terminally-ill with the degenerative
condition motor neurone disease and wants to die with her husband's
help, has lost the final round of her legal fight in a landmark
decision at the European Court of Human Rights on Monday. REUTERS/Dan
Chung
BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR4FCG
April 29, 2002
Diane Pretty (L) and her husband Brian pose for pictures after a news
conference in London after hearing...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY POSES FOR PICTURES WITH HER HUSBAND BRIAN AFTER A PRESS
CONFERENCE.
Diane Pretty (L) and her husband Brian pose for pictures after a news
conference in London after hearing the verdict of the European Court of
Human Rights on "right to die" verdict April 29, 2002. Pretty who is
terminally-ill with the degenerative condition motor neurone disease
and wants to die with her husband's help has lost the final round of
her legal fight in a landmark decision at the European Court of Human
Rights on Monday. REUTERS/Dan Chung

RUS/AA
BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR4EYV
April 29, 2002
Diane Pretty (R) and her husband Brian speak to journalists during a
news conference in London after...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY AND HER HUSBAND GIVE THEIR REACTION TO THE VERDICT OF THE
EUROPEAN COURT.
Diane Pretty (R) and her husband Brian speak to journalists during a
news conference in London after hearing the verdict of the European
Court of Human Rights on "right to die" verdict April 29, 2002. Pretty
who is terminally-ill with the degenerative condition motor neurone
disease and wants to die with her husband's help has lost the final
round of her legal fight in a landmark decision at the European Court
of Human Rights on Monday. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC/PS
LIFE BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR2Q1D
March 19, 2002
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help,...
Paris, France (French Republic)
BRITISH TERMINALLY ILL WOMAN DIANE PRETTY IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS
COURT OVER RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help, arrives at the European Court of Human
Rights in Strasbourg, March 19, 2002, where she took her case in a last
attempt to "die with dignity". Pretty, seen with her husband Brian, is
paralysed from the neck downwards with motor neurone disease.
REUTERS/Jean-Marc Loos

MAL/AA
LIFE BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR2P7Y
March 19, 2002
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help,...
Paris, France
BRITISH TERMINALLY ILL WOMAN DIANE PRETTY IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS
COURT OVER RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help, arrives in the European Court of Human
Rights in Strasbourg, March 19, 2002, where she took her case in a last
attempt to "die with dignity". Pretty, seen with her husband Brian (C),
is paralysed from the neck downwards with motor neurone disease.
REUTERS/Jean-Marc Loos

MAL/WS
LIFE BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR2P7T
March 19, 2002
Diane Pretty,43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help,...
Paris, France
BRITISH TERMINALLY ILL WOMAN DIANE PRETTY IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS
COURT OVER RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty,43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help, arrives in the European Court of Human
Rights in Strasbourg, March 19, 2002, where she took her case in a last
attempt to "die with dignity". Pretty, seen with her husband Brian, is
paralysed from the neck downwards with motor neurone disease.
REUTERS/Jean-Marc Loos

MAL/
LIFE BRITAIN PRETTY
RTR2P7P
March 19, 2002
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help,...
Paris, France
BRITISH TERMINALLY ILL WOMAN DIANE PRETTY IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS
COURT OVER RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty, 43, a terminally-ill British woman who wants to commit
suicide with her husband's help, arrives in the European Court of Human
Rights in Strasbourg, March 19, 2002, where she took her case in a last
attempt to "die with dignity". Pretty, seen with her husband Brian, is
paralysed from the neck downwards with motor neurone disease.
REUTERS/Jean-Marc Loos

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BRITAIN EUTHANASIA
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November 29, 2001
Diane Pretty leaves the House of Lords in London November 29, 2001.
Wheelchair-bound Diane Pretty, a...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY LEAVES THE HOUSE OF LORDS IN LONDON.
Diane Pretty leaves the House of Lords in London November 29, 2001.
Wheelchair-bound Diane Pretty, a 43-year-old mother of two who suffers
with an advanced form of motor neurone disease, lost a lengthy court
battle to allow her husband to help her 'die with dignity' on Thursday
in a test case for British euthanasia laws. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN EUTHANASIA
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November 29, 2001
Diane Pretty and her husband Brian leave the House of Lords in London
November 29, 2001. Wheelchair-bound...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY AND HER HUSBAND BRIAN AT THE HOUSE OF LORDS IN LONDON.
Diane Pretty and her husband Brian leave the House of Lords in London
November 29, 2001. Wheelchair-bound Diane Pretty, a 43-year-old mother
of two who suffers with an advanced form of motor neurone disease, lost
a lengthy court battle to allow her husband to help her 'die with
dignity' on Thursday in a test case for British euthanasia laws.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN EUTHANASIA
RTRPXQT
November 29, 2001
Diane Pretty's husband Brian addresses the media as he and his wife
leave the House of Lords November...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY'S HUSBAND BRIAN AT THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
Diane Pretty's husband Brian addresses the media as he and his wife
leave the House of Lords November 29, 2001. Wheelchair-bound Diane
Pretty, 43-year-old mother of two who suffers with an advanced form of
motor neurone disease, lost a lengthy court battle to allow her husband
to help her 'die with dignity' on Thursday in a test case for British
euthanasia laws. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN EUTHANASIA
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November 01, 2001
Diane Pretty (R) and her husband Brian leave the House of Lords in
central London Novermber 1, 2001....
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY AND HER HUSBAND BRIAN LEAVE THE HOUSE OF LORDS IN CENTRAL
LONDON.
Diane Pretty (R) and her husband Brian leave the House of Lords in
central London Novermber 1, 2001. Pretty, terminally ill with motor
neurone disease, who wants her husband to be allowed to help her commit
suicide without prosecution, got the permission today to take her case
to Britain's highest court. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN
RTRPSOA
October 18, 2001
Diane Pretty leaves the High Court in London, October 18, 2001. The High
Court ruled that her husband...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY LEAVES THE THE HIGH COURT AFTER LOSING HER COURT BATTLE FOR
THE RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty leaves the High Court in London, October 18, 2001. The High
Court ruled that her husband Brian Pretty was not allowed to legally end the
life of his wife, who suffers from a motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

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BRITAIN
RTROAFQ
October 18, 2001
Diane Pretty is hugged by her daughter Clara as they leave at the High
Court in London October 18 2001....
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY AND HER DAUGHTER CLARA AT THE HIGH COURT.
Diane Pretty is hugged by her daughter Clara as they leave at the High
Court in London October 18 2001. A High Court ruling said that Brian
Pretty was not allowed to legally end the life of his wife, who suffers
from a motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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BRITAIN
RTROAFD
October 18, 2001
Diane Pretty (C) is hugged by her daughter Clara (L) and husband Brian
as they leave at the High Court...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY WITH HER DAUGHTER CLARA AND HUSBAND BRIAN AT THE HIGH
COURT.
Diane Pretty (C) is hugged by her daughter Clara (L) and husband Brian
as they leave at the High Court in London October 18, 2001. A High
Court ruling said that Brian Pretty was not allowed to legally end the
life of his wife, who suffers from a motor neurone disease.
REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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BRITAIN
RTROAC8
October 18, 2001
Diane Pretty closes her eyes as she is kissed by her husband Brian as
they leave at the High Court in...
London, UK
DIANE AND BRIAN PRETTY KISS AT THE HIGH COURT AFTER LOOSING THEIR HIGH
COURT RULING.
Diane Pretty closes her eyes as she is kissed by her husband Brian as
they leave at the High Court in London October 18 2001. A High Court
ruling said that Brian Pretty was not allowed to legally end the life
of his wife, who suffers from a motor neurone disease. REUTERS/Kieran
Doherty

KD
BRITAIN
RTROA7F
October 18, 2001
Diane Pretty leaves the High Court in London, October 18, 2001. The
High Court ruled that her husband...
London, UK
DIANE PRETTY LEAVES THE THE HIGH COURT AFTER LOSING HER COURT BATTLE
FOR THE RIGHT TO DIE.
Diane Pretty leaves the High Court in London, October 18, 2001. The
High Court ruled that her husband Brian Pretty was not allowed to
legally end the life of his wife, who suffers from a motor neurone
disease. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty

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