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G7-SUMMIT/
RTS2NNHQ
August 24, 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron (C), flanked by President of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region Alain Rousset...
Anglet, France
French President Macron tours the exhibition hall above the international press center on the opening...
French President Emmanuel Macron (C), flanked by President of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region Alain Rousset (L), is presented a Chistera, a wicker glove used in the traditional Basque pelota game, as he tours the exhibition hall above the international press center on the opening day of the G7 summit, in Anglet, France August 24, 2019. Ian Langsdon/Pool via REUTERS
G7-SUMMIT/
RTS2NNHN
August 24, 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron (C), flanked by President of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region Alain Rousset...
Anglet, France
French President Macron tours the exhibition hall above the international press center on the opening...
French President Emmanuel Macron (C), flanked by President of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region Alain Rousset (L), is presented a Chistera, a wicker glove used in the traditional Basque pelota game, as he tours the exhibition hall above the international press center on the opening day of the G7 summit, in Anglet, France August 24, 2019. Ian Langsdon/Pool via REUTERS
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBJG
February 05, 2019
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHN
February 05, 2019
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet,...
Anglet, France
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet,...
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet, in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHL
February 05, 2019
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet,...
Anglet, France
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet,...
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet, in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHK
February 05, 2019
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHJ
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player holds a pelota, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France,...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player holds a pelota, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France
A Jai Alai player holds a pelota, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHF
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHD
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match...
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBHC
February 05, 2019
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez,...
Anglet, France
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez,...
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBH2
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBH1
February 05, 2019
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player (C), crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker...
Anglet, France
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker...
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player (C), crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play Cesta Punta, with his father Pierre (R) and his uncle Jean Louis (L) in their workshop in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGZ
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGY
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the...
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGW
February 05, 2019
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker...
Anglet, France
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker...
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play Cesta Punta, in his workshop in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGU
February 05, 2019
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, holds a piece of chestnut wood as he crafts...
Anglet, France
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, holds a piece of chestnut wood as he crafts...
Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, holds a piece of chestnut wood as he crafts by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play Cesta Punta, in his workshop in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGQ
February 05, 2019
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Jai Alai players play with their chisteras, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGM
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGF
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet...
A Jai Alai player plays with his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGC
February 05, 2019
Jean Louis Gonzalez (L) and his brother Pierre (R) craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used...
Anglet, France
Jean Louis Gonzalez and his brother Pierre craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play...
Jean Louis Gonzalez (L) and his brother Pierre (R) craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play Cesta Punta, in their workshop in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBGB
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the...
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBG9
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta...
A Jai Alai player jumps high with his chistera, a large wicker glove, for the pelota during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBG7
February 05, 2019
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez,...
Anglet, France
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez,...
Chisteras, the large wicker gloves used to play Cesta Punta, are seen in the workshop of Peyo Gonzalez, a former professional Basque pelota player, in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBG3
February 05, 2019
Jean Louis Gonzalez (L) and his brother Pierre (R) craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used...
Anglet, France
Jean Louis Gonzalez and his brother Pierre craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play...
Jean Louis Gonzalez (L) and his brother Pierre (R) craft by hand a chistera, the large wicker glove used to play Cesta Punta, in their workshop in Anglet, France, February 1, 2019. The Gonzalez family make the wicker and chestnut chistera gloves that are used to play Basque pelota, one of the oldest and traditional sports in the Basque Country. Picture taken February 1, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPORT-PELOTA/
RTX6LBG1
February 05, 2019
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match...
Anglet, France
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match...
A Jai Alai player holds his chistera, a large wicker glove, with a pelota during a Cesta Punta match in Anglet in the Basque country, France, January 30, 2019. Picture taken January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/BALLS
RTX66VRE
May 30, 2018
Un vistazo a las pelotas oficiales desde la Copa del Mundo de 1970 embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2IhAzIk...
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Balones de las Copas Mundiales
Un vistazo a las pelotas oficiales desde la Copa del Mundo de 1970 embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2IhAzIk
SPAIN/
RTR3ARC8
November 22, 2012
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up signs which read, "Together...
Barcelona, Spain
Members of Stop Pelotas De Goma association hold up signs during a protest in central Barcelona
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up signs which read, "Together we are against rubber balls" during a protest in central Barcelona November 22, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demonstrating in solidarity with 42-year-old Esther, who was blinded in one eye due to a rubber ball, which are fired from anti-riot guns, on the day of the general strike on November 14. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR3ARBM
November 22, 2012
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up signs which read, "Together...
Barcelona, Spain
Members of Stop Pelotas De Goma association hold up signs during a protest in central Barcelona
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up signs which read, "Together we are against rubber balls" during a protest in central Barcelona November 22, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demonstrating in solidarity with 42-year-old Esther, who was blinded in one eye due to a rubber ball, which are fired from anti-riot guns, on the day of the general strike on November 14. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR3ARBB
November 22, 2012
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up a sign which reads, "Together...
Barcelona, Spain
Members of Stop Pelotas De Goma association hold up sign during a protest in central Barcelona
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) association hold up a sign which reads, "Together we are against rubber balls" during a protest in central Barcelona November 22, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demonstrating in solidarity with 42-year-old Esther, who was blinded in one eye due to a rubber ball, which are fired from anti-riot guns, on the day of the general strike on November 14. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR3ARA4
November 22, 2012
Members of the association Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) hold up a sign which reads, "Together...
Barcelona, Spain
Members of the Stop Pelotas De Goma association hold up sign during a protest in central Barcelona
Members of the association Stop Pelotas De Goma (Stop Rubber Balls) hold up a sign which reads, "Together we are against rubber balls" during a protest in central Barcelona November 22, 2012. According to the protesters, they are demonstrating in solidarity with 42-year-old Esther, who was blinded in one eye due to a rubber ball, which are fired from anti-riot guns, on the day of the general strike on November 14. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR2TS23
November 09, 2011
A man hits a ball on a pelota court in front of a mural that reads "Basque prisoners and refugees-Home....
IZURTZA, Spain
A man hits a ball on a pelota court in front of a mural that reads "Basque prisoners and refugees-Home....
A man hits a ball on a pelota court in front of a mural that reads "Basque prisoners and refugees-Home. Political status now" in Izurtza November 9, 2011. Hundreds of ETA prisoners are currently dispersed throughout Spain's jails to prevent them from grouping together in the Basque Country. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SPORT)
SPAIN/
RTR2HTUV
September 02, 2010
Francisco Camps (L), president of Valencia's regional government and Popular Party's regional president,...
Valencia, Spain
Camps, president of Valencia's regional government and Popular Party's regional president, holds a shirt...
Francisco Camps (L), president of Valencia's regional government and Popular Party's regional president, holds a shirt next to Ramon Sedeno, president of the Federation of Pelota Valenciana, in Valencia September 2, 2010. Spanish media published on Thursday new information regarding alleged bribery charges and illegal Popular Party funding. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
SPAIN/
RTR29RM5
February 02, 2010
Villagers stand and talk on the local pelota vasca court during carnival celebrations in the Navarran...
Zubieta, Spain
Villagers stand and talk on the local pelota vasca court during carnival celebrations in the Navarran...
Villagers stand and talk on the local pelota vasca court during carnival celebrations in the Navarran village of Zubieta February 2, 2010. Villagers from Zubieta and neighbouring Ituren perform the ceremonial pre-spring dance carrying polunpak (heavy bells) believed to ward off evil spirits and awaken the coming season. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN
RTR24NGA
June 14, 2009
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles...
MANARIA, Spain
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles...
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles Home, Political status Now" in Manaria June 14, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN POLITICS)
SPAIN
RTR24NG9
June 14, 2009
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles...
MANARIA, Spain
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles...
People practise Pelota Vasca (Basque ball) at a court that reads "Basque political prisoners and exiles Home, Political status Now" in Manaria June 14, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1QXLI
June 19, 2007
A silicon and leather artwork by Argentine artist Nicola Constantino called "Pelota de futbol" is covered...
Sydney, Australia
Artwork by Argentine artist Constantino covered with human-shaped nipples in the Museum of Contemporary...
A silicon and leather artwork by Argentine artist Nicola Constantino called "Pelota de futbol" is covered with human-shaped nipples is displayed in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney June 19, 2007. Constantino's work is part of an exhibition titled "Las Horas" which includes over 120 works by 21 leading Latin American artists displayed inside the MCA and in Sydney metropolitan train stations. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
SPAIN/
RTR1NUGJ
March 24, 2007
Children play "Pelota a mano", in the Basque town of Guernica, March 19, 2007. April 26 will mark the...
Gernika, Spain
Children play "Pelota a mano", in the Basque town of Guernica,
Children play "Pelota a mano", in the Basque town of Guernica, March 19, 2007. April 26 will mark the 70th anniversary of the aerial bombardment of the town during the Spanish Civil war. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZDF
February 04, 2007
A crowd faces a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao, February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted...
Bilbao, Spain
A crowd faces a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao
A crowd faces a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao, February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police for membership of outlawed Basque youth organizations Jarrai-Haika-Segi were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZDA
February 04, 2007
Batasuna leaders Arnaldo Otegi (C) and Joseba Permach (L) stand in front of a police cordon next to a...
Bilbao, Spain
Batasuna leaders Otegi and Permach stand in front of a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao...
Batasuna leaders Arnaldo Otegi (C) and Joseba Permach (L) stand in front of a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao, February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police for membership of outlawed Basque youth organizations Jarrai-Haika-Segi were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZCK
February 04, 2007
Batasuna lawyer Jone Goirizelaia walks past a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao February...
Bilbao, Spain
Batasuna lawyer Jone Goirizelaia walks past a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao
Batasuna lawyer Jone Goirizelaia walks past a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police for membership of outlawed Basque youth organizations Jarrai-Haika-Segi were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZC8
February 04, 2007
Batasuna leaders Arnaldo Otegi (2nd L), Joseba Permach (C), and Jone Goirizelaia (2nd R) stand in front...
Bilbao, Spain
Batasuna leaders stand in front of a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao
Batasuna leaders Arnaldo Otegi (2nd L), Joseba Permach (C), and Jone Goirizelaia (2nd R) stand in front of a police cordon next to a pelota court in Bilbao February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police for membership of outlawed Basque youth organizations Jarrai-Haika-Segi were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZBI
February 04, 2007
Batasuna spokesman Joseba Permach raises his fist towards supporters next to a pelota court in Bilbao...
Bilbao, Spain
Batasuna spokesman Joseba Permach raises his fist towards supporters next to a pelota court in Bilbao...
Batasuna spokesman Joseba Permach raises his fist towards supporters next to a pelota court in Bilbao February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police for membership of outlawed Basque youth organizations Jarrai-Haika-Segi were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZBC
February 04, 2007
Ibon Menika (L), the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, shouts in the direction of...
Bilbao, Spain
Ibon Menika, the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, shouts as he is led away by police...
Ibon Menika (L), the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, shouts in the direction of supporters as he is led away by police in Bilbao February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1LZAS
February 04, 2007
Ibon Menika (L), the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, gestures at supporters as he...
Bilbao, Spain
Ibon Menika, the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, gestures at supporters as he is...
Ibon Menika (L), the leader of outlawed Basque youth organization Jarrai, gestures at supporters as he is led away by police in Bilbao February 4, 2007. Nineteen people wanted by police were arrested when they appeared in a pelota court following a demonstration in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
MEXICO
RTXNW1S
October 18, 2005
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,.....
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old, during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. [The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year.]
MEXICO
RTXNW1R
October 18, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration mat.....
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. [The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year.]
MEXICO
RTXNW1Q
October 18, 2005
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration .....
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. [The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year.]
MEXICO
RTXNW1P
October 18, 2005
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,.....
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old, during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. [The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year.]
MEXICO
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October 18, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration mat.....
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. [The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year.]
SPORT SOCCER
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October 17, 2005
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old, during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero ODLY
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October 17, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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October 17, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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October 17, 2005
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City...
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero ODLY
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October 17, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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October 17, 2005
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero ODLY PP05100223
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October 17, 2005
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men play the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
A Mexican man plays the 3,400-year-old ball game "pelota" (Spanish for ball) during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero ODLY
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RTR19MBY
October 17, 2005
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" during a demonstration match in Mexico's City
Mexican men prepare for a game of "pelota" (Spanish for ball), a game that is about 3,400 years old, during a demonstration match at Mexico's City Museum of Anthropology October 17, 2005. The rubber ball, often set alight to add more intensity to the game, is propeled by stocks not unlike in the modern-day game of hockey. In other variations of the pre-Hispanic game, the ball is moved around by players using their forearms. The organisers behind the demonstration hope to be allowed to play an exhibition game of pelota at the World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year. REUTERS/Henry Romero ODLY
OLYMPICS BASEBALL
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August 25, 2004
A Cuban man discusses at the Central Park in Havana Cuba's baseball team's win over Australia during...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban men discuss baseball after Cuban win over Australia.
A Cuban man discusses at the Central Park in Havana Cuba's baseball team's win over Australia during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 25, 2004. All year round a shaded corner of the park, attracts dozens of baseball enthusiasts who passionately discuss for hours over the "juego de pelota" (baseball). Most Cubans, including President Fidel Castro, are avid baseball fans. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
OLYMPICS BASEBALL
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August 25, 2004
Cuban men discuss at the Central Park in Havana Cuba's baseball team's win over Australia during the...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban men discuss baseball after Cuba's win over Australia.
Cuban men discuss at the Central Park in Havana Cuba's baseball team's win over Australia during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 25, 2004. All year round a shaded corner of the park, attracts dozens of baseball enthusiasts who passionately discuss for hours over the "juego de pelota" (baseball). Most Cubans, including President Fidel Castro, are avid baseball fans. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD
MEDEM
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October 01, 2003
- PHOTO TAKEN 29SEP03 - Spanish film director Julio Medem stands beside a poster of his lastest film...
Madrid, Spain
- PHOTO TAKEN 29SEP03 - Spanish film director Julio Medem stands beside a poster of his lastest film.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 29SEP03 - Spanish film director Julio Medem stands beside a poster of his lastest film "La Pelota Vasca" ("The Basque Ball") during a photocall in Madrid. Even if there no such thing as bad publicity, acclaimed director Medem didn't expect quite the maelstrom his documentary about Spain's Basque region would stir up. Medem says his documentary, which includes 70 interviewees talking about the status of the Basque region is simply a call for dialogue. Picture taken on September 29, 2003.
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