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AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MZ
May 03, 2013
A coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2,...
Vienna, Austria
Coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A coat of arms is pictured above the main entrance of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MU
May 03, 2013
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that...
Vienna, Austria
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A view of a room inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MT
May 03, 2013
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein...
Vienna, Austria
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein...
The gold plated chandelier of the great dancing hall is pictured inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MS
May 03, 2013
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely...
Vienna, Austria
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A view of the great dancing hall inside the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8MO
May 03, 2013
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched...
Vienna, Austria
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
An inside view of the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA-LIECHTENSTEIN/PALACE
RTXZ8ML
May 03, 2013
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely...
Vienna, Austria
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna
A traditional Fiaker horsecarriage passes the Stadtpalais Liechtenstein in Vienna May 2, 2013. The princely palace that launched a revival of Rococo in the mid 19th century, will offer public tours for the first time on Friday after an extensive face-lift. The city palace was once the main residence of the princely family of Liechtenstein, at the time one of Vienna's richest families considered to be at the cutting edge of art and architecture, before their relocation to the tiny Alpine principality. Its four-year, 100 million euro ($130 million) revamp returns the private structure to its prewar glory and opulence, with plastered ceilings, extensive gold leafing, and the original Thonet wood floors. Picture taken May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ROYALS BUSINESS)
HUSSEIN
RTXO3I2
December 22, 2005
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused...
Baghdad, Iraq
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accus.....
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused the White House on Thursday of lying, citing its prewar assertions that Iraq had chemical weapons and its denial of his statement that he had been tortured in American custody.
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1BGWK
December 22, 2005
An Iraqi prosecutor responds to "insults" from a defendant during the trial of Saddam Hussein and his...
Baghdad
An Iraqi prosecutor responds to "insults" from a defendant during the trial of Saddam in Baghdad
An Iraqi prosecutor responds to "insults" from a defendant during the trial of Saddam Hussein and his co-defendants in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused the White House on Thursday of lying, citing its prewar assertions that Iraq had chemical weapons and its denial of his statement that he had been tortured in American custody. REUTERS/John Moore/Pool
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1BGWF
December 22, 2005
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam speaks at trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused the White House on Thursday of lying, citing its prewar assertions that Iraq had chemical weapons and its denial of his statement that he had been tortured in American custody. REUTERS/Bob Strong
IRAQ SADDAM
RTR1BGWD
December 22, 2005
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused...
Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam speaks at trial in Baghdad
Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein speaks at his trial in Baghdad December 22, 2005. Saddam accused the White House on Thursday of lying, citing its prewar assertions that Iraq had chemical weapons and its denial of his statement that he had been tortured in American custody. REUTERS/Bob Strong
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO6V
November 09, 2005
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protestor wearing US Vice President Cheney mask demonstrates against visit of Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi...
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington, November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO2F
November 09, 2005
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protestor wearing US Vice President Cheney mask demonstrates against visit of Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi...
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1ANQ1
November 09, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi delivers a speech to the American Enterprise Institute for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi delivers speech in Washington
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi delivers a speech to the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) in Washington November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AMY2
November 09, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi delivers a speech to the American Enterprise Institute for...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi delivers speech in Washington
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi delivers a speech to the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) in Washington, November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A28B
November 03, 2005
Lewis Libby (C) listens to his lawyer Theodore Wells speak to reporters gathered outside the federal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Lewis Libby listens to his lawyer speak outside court in Washington
Lewis Libby (C) listens to his lawyer Theodore Wells speak to reporters gathered outside the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Pictured from left are lawyer William Jeffress, Wells, Libby, Libby's wife Harriet and lawyer Joseph Tate. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A284
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (L), departs the federal court with his wife...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court with his wife Harriet...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (L), departs the federal court with his wife Harriet after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A27J
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court with his wife...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court with his wife Harriet...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court with his wife Harriet (R) after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A26M
November 03, 2005
Judge Reggie Walton leaves the federal courthouse after the arraignment hearing for Vice President Dick...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Judge Walton leaves the federal courthouse after the arraignment hearing for Lewis Libby in Washington...
Judge Reggie Walton leaves the federal courthouse after the arraignment hearing for Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Walton, who did not schedule a trial date, set the next hearing in the case for February 3. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A246
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. At left is Libby's lawyer William Jeffress. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A23S
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1YI
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (2nd R), looks up as departs the federal court...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Lewis Libby looks up as departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (2nd R), looks up as departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1XB
November 03, 2005
Theodore Wells, lawyer for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby, walks from...
Washington, USA
Wells, lawyer for US Vice President Cheney's former top aide Libby, walks from federal court after arraignment...
Theodore Wells, lawyer for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby, walks from the federal court after Libby's arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby today pleaded innocent to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1VW
November 03, 2005
Surrounded by cameras as he steps into his car, Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Washington, USA
Lewis Libby departs federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington
Surrounded by cameras as he steps into his car, Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby today pleaded innocent to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1VC
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Washington, USA
US Vice President Cheney's former top aide Libby departs federal court after his arraignment hearing...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. At left is Libby's lawyer Theodore Wells. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1U2
November 03, 2005
Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) (L) and Harry Reid (D-NV) speak during a news conference on Capitol Hill...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US Senators Schumer and Durbin announced their letter to Vice President Dick Cheney to make significant...
Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) (L) and Harry Reid (D-NV) speak during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to announce their release of a letter to U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney calling for him to make significant staff changes, November 3, 2005. Cheney's former aide, Lewis Libby, pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1JJ
November 03, 2005
Special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald leaves the courthouse after the arraignment hearing for U.S. Vice...
Washington, USA
Special counsel Fitzgerald leaves after arraignment hearing for US Vice President Cheney's former top...
Special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald leaves the courthouse after the arraignment hearing for U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby today pleaded innocent to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1IZ
November 03, 2005
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court after his...
Washington, USA
US Vice President Cheney's former top aide Libby departs federal court after his arraignment hearing...
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby (C), departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. At left is Libby's lawyer William Jeffress. Libby today pleaded innocent to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1IC
November 03, 2005
Lewis Libby (C) listens to his lawyer Theodore Wells (L) speak to reporters gathered outside the federal...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Lewis Libby listens to his lawyer speak outside court in Washington DC
Lewis Libby (C) listens to his lawyer Theodore Wells (L) speak to reporters gathered outside the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Also pictured are Libby's wife Harriet and lawyer Joseph Tate (R). Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1FP
November 03, 2005
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby, departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide Lewis Libby departs the federal court after his arraignment...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide, Lewis Libby, departs the federal court after his arraignment hearing in Washington, D.C., November 3, 2005. Libby pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
BUSH LEAK
RTR1A1F2
November 03, 2005
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) (L), Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) and Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) (R)...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US Senators Schumer Reid Schumer and Durbin announced their letters to US Vice President Cheney to make...
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) (L), Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) and Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) (R) hold a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to announce their release of a letter to Vice President Dick Cheney calling for him to make significant staff changes, November 3, 2005. Vice President Dick Cheney's former aide, Lewis Libby, pleaded innocent on Thursday to charges stemming from the CIA leak probe, setting the stage for a politically damaging trial that could put a spotlight on the White House's use of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
BUSH IRAQ
RTRG026
June 30, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush waves before talking about the upcoming G8 Summit in Scotland while at...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Bush waves before talking about upcoming G8 Summit while in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush waves before talking about the upcoming G8 Summit in Scotland while at the Freer Gallery in Washington, DC June 30, 2005. Both Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are being criticized because of the so-called Downing Street memo, a prewar document leaked from inside the British government, recounts a meeting of the Prime Minister's national security team. The memo says the Bush administration believed that war was inevitable and was determined to use intelligence about weapons of mass destruction to justify the ouster of Saddam. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/CN
BUSH IRAQ
RTRG01Y
June 30, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush talks about the upcoming G8 Summit in Scotland while at the Freer Gallery...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Bush talks about upcoming G8 Summit while in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush talks about the upcoming G8 Summit in Scotland while at the Freer Gallery in Washington, DC June 30, 2005. Both Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are being criticized because of the so-called Downing Street memo, a prewar document leaked from inside the British government, recounts a meeting of the Prime Minister's national security team. The memo says the Bush administration believed that war was inevitable and was determined to use intelligence about weapons of mass destruction to justify the ouster of Saddam. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/CN
IRAQ BUSH
RTR472V
October 03, 2003
Karl Rove, senior advisor to U.S. President George W. Bush, walks to
his motorcade vehicle upon the...
Milwaukee, United States of America
KARL ROVE ARRIVES IN MILWAUKEE FOR BUSH EVENTS.
Karl Rove, senior advisor to U.S. President George W. Bush, walks to
his motorcade vehicle upon the arrival of Air Force One in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, October 3, 2003. The White House has denied that Rove was
behind a leak of secret information apparently aimed at discrediting a
vocal critic of prewar intelligence on Iraq. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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IRAQ BUSH INQUIRY
RTR3Y1R
September 30, 2003
President George W. Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove (R) and
White House Spokesman Scott McClellan...
Washington, United States of America
BUSH ADVISOR ROVE AND SPOKESMAN MCCLELLAN WALK TOGETHER.
President George W. Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove (R) and
White House Spokesman Scott McClellan walk toward Marine One to join
the president on his trip to Illinois and Ohio September 30, 2003.
McClellan yesterday denied that Rove was behind a leak of secret
information apparently aimed at discrediting a vocal critic of prewar
intelligence on Iraq. The Justice Department has opened an
investigation into the leak and the White House has ordered staff to
preserve all relevant materials, McClellan said today. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

KL/SV
IRAQ BUSH INQUIRY
RTR3XYB
September 30, 2003
President George W. Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove (R) and
White House Spokesman Scott McClellan...
Washington, United States of America
BUSH ADVISOR ROVE AND SPOKESMAN MCCLELLAN WALK TOGETHER.
President George W. Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove (R) and
White House Spokesman Scott McClellan walk toward Marine One to join
the President on his trip to Illinois and Ohio September 30, 2003.
McClellan yesterday denied that Rove was behind a leak of secret
information apparently aimed at discrediting a vocal critic of prewar
intelligence on Iraq. The Justice Department has opened an
investigation into the leak and the White House has ordered staff to
preserve all relevant materials, McClellan said today. REUTERS/Kevin
Lamarque

KL/SV
IRAQ INTELLIGENCE
RTR5N9U
March 20, 2003
CIA Director George Tenet (L) meets with U.S. President George W. Bush
and Vice President Dick Cheney...
Washington, United States of America
PRESIDENT BUSH AND CIA DIRECTOR TENET IN FILE PHOTO.
CIA Director George Tenet (L) meets with U.S. President George W. Bush
and Vice President Dick Cheney (foreground) in the Oval Office in this
March 20, 2003 file photo. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
is preparing a highly critical report faulting CIA Director Tenet,
among others, for overstating the prewar weapons and terrorism evidence
against Iraq, the Washington Post said October 24, 2003. REUTERS/White
House/Eric Draper

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FEATURE
RTR2ZT0
April 10, 2000
TO GO WITH STORY BC LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY - The busy enterance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol...
Beirut, Lebanon
TO MATCH BC-LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY.
TO GO WITH STORY BC LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY - The busy enterance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East. The hotel reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping. Picture taken 7APR00.

JS/FMS
FEATURE
RTR2ZSJ
April 10, 2000
TO GO WITH STORY BC LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY - 1976 FILEPHOTO - The destroyed enterance of Beirut's...
Beirut, Lebanon
TO MATCH BC-LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY.
TO GO WITH STORY BC LEBANON-ANNIVERSARY-ECONOMY - 1976 FILEPHOTO - The destroyed enterance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East, the Phoenicia reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping.

JS/FMS
LEBANON
RTXJR0E
April 08, 2000
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground...
Beirut, Lebanon
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent pla.....
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East. The hotel reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism [industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping.] Picture taken 7APR00.
LEBANON
RTXJR0D
April 08, 2000
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Symbol...
Beirut, Lebanon
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Sym.....
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East, the Phoenicia reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism [industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping.]
LEBANON
RTXJQX1
April 08, 2000
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground...
Beirut, Lebanon
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent pla.....
The busy entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel, symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East. The hotel reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism [industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping.] Picture taken 7APR00.
LEBANON
RTXJQWX
April 08, 2000
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Symbol...
Beirut, Lebanon
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Sym.....
- 1976 FILE PHOTO - The destroyed entrance of Beirut's Phoenicia hotel in this 1976 file photo. Symbol of Lebanon's prewar status as the oppulent playground of the Middle East, the Phoenicia reopened last month, complete with a full floor-suite priced at nearly $5,000 a night. Lebanon is trying to rebuild a tourism [industry - one evoking a romantic era replete with money, spies and sex; the other Beirut's subsequent reputation for war, murder and kidnapping.]
BOSNIA GOVERNMENT
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February 11, 2000
The Moslem co-chairman of Bosnia's Council of Ministers Haris Silajdzic said on February 11 that he would...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of
BOSNIA'S GOVERNMENT CO-CHAIRMAN SILAJDZIC RESIGNS.
The Moslem co-chairman of Bosnia's Council of Ministers Haris Silajdzic said on February 11 that he would leave his post in the government after the Constitutional Court ruled last week on the restructuring of the cabinet, Bosnian television reported. Silajdzic said that his decision was influenced by the failure of the cabinet to promote returns of estimated 1.2 million Bosnian refugees to their prewar homes.

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BOSNIA GOVERNMENT
RTR168L
February 11, 2000
The Moslem co-chairman of Bosnia's Council of Ministers Haris Silajdzic said on February 11 that he would...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Republics of
BOSNIA'S GOVERNMENT CO-CHAIRMAN SILAJDZIC RESIGNS.
The Moslem co-chairman of Bosnia's Council of Ministers Haris Silajdzic said on February 11 that he would leave his post in the government after the Constitutional Court ruled last week on the restructuring of the cabinet, Bosnian television reported. Silajdzic said that his decision was influenced by the failure of the cabinet to promote returns of estimated 1.2 million Bosnian refugees to their prewar homes.

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