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SARS CHINA
RTRMXRA
May 05, 2003
A security officerguards a closed school in Beijing May 5, 2003. China
ordered schools in Beijing to...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
SECURITY OFFICER GUARDS A CLOSED SCHOOL IN BEIJING.
A security officerguards a closed school in Beijing May 5, 2003. China
ordered schools in Beijing to stay closed for two more weeks to stem
the spread of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which has
killed at least 100 people in Beijing. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

ASW/RCS
CANADA POLITICS
RTRGE0T
March 30, 2001
Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray stands to answers questions on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March...
Ottawa, Canada
CANADIAN DEPUTY PM GRAY STANDS TO ANSWERS QUESTION IN HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Canadian Deputy Prime Minister Herb Gray stands to answers questions on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 30, 2001. An abnormally high number of Liberals attended the Friday session of parliament after being caught offguard by opposition members in an adjournment vote yesterday. For the first time since the Liberals took power in 1993, the government lost a vote in the Commons by a count of 98-95 when the four opposition parties joined forces to protest government stonewalling and arrogance over repeated questions about Prime Minister Jean Chretien's personal financial dealings.

JY/JP
WEATHER FLOYD
RTRR2MY
September 14, 1999
Steve Melton of Hollywood gets caught off-guard by the heavy surf brought by the outer bands of hurricane...
Miami, USA
SUNBATHER GETS CAUGHT OFFGUARD BY HEAVY SURF FROM FLOYD.
Steve Melton of Hollywood gets caught off-guard by the heavy surf brought by the outer bands of hurricane Floyd September 14. It is expected the Miami and Fort Lauderdale metropolitan areas will be spared the wrath of Floyd's category 4 winds as the storm made a more northerly turn early today.

CB/BM
BELGIUM
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June 13, 1997
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) gestures as he talks to his Hungarian counterpart Gyorgy...
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) gestures as he talks to his Hungarian counterpart Gyo.....
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) gestures as he talks to his Hungarian counterpart Gyorgy Keleti (R) prior to a Euro-Atlantic Partnership council Defence Ministers meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels June 13. Washington caught its NATO allies offguard yesterday with its announcement that only Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic should be in NATO's first expansion.
BELGIUM
RTXHGMM
June 13, 1997
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) talks with his Polish and Hungarian counterparts Stanislaw...
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) talks with his Polish and Hungarian counterparts Stan.....
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) talks with his Polish and Hungarian counterparts Stanislaw Dobrzanski (C) and Gyorgy Keleti (R) prior to a Euro-Atlantic Partnership council Defence Ministers meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels June 13. Washington caught its NATO allies offguard yesterday with its announcement that only Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic should be in NATO's first expansion.
RTR4ESU
June 13, 1997
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) talks with his Polish and Hungarian counterparts Stanislaw...
Belgium
GREEK DEFENCE MINISTER AKIS TSOHATZOPOULOS AT NATO
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) talks with his Polish and Hungarian counterparts Stanislaw Dobrzanski (C) and Gyorgy Keleti (R) prior to a Euro-Atlantic Partnership council Defence Ministers meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels June 13. Washington caught its NATO allies offguard yesterday with its announcement that only Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic should be in NATO's first expansion.

NATO DEFENCE
RTR4ESD
June 13, 1997
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) gestures as he talks to his Hungarian counterpart Gyorgy...
Belgium
GREEK AND HUNGARIAN DEFENCE MINISTERS TALK IN BRUSSELS
Greek Defence Minister Akis Tsohatzopoulos (L) gestures as he talks to his Hungarian counterpart Gyorgy Keleti (R) prior to a Euro-Atlantic Partnership council Defence Ministers meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels June 13. Washington caught its NATO allies offguard yesterday with its announcement that only Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic should be in NATO's first expansion. In the background is an unidentified member of the Hungarian delegation.

NATO DEFENCE
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