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PALESTINIANS/
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October 29, 2008
Denmark's Foreign Minister Per Stig Moller (L) shakes hands with chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Denmark's Foreign Minister Moller shakes hands with chief Palestinian negotiator Qurie during their meeting...
Denmark's Foreign Minister Per Stig Moller (L) shakes hands with chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie during their meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah October 29, 2008.
REUTERS/Fadi Arouri (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX67QQ
May 27, 2008
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) sits across from Ahmed Qurie, a former Palestinian prime minister...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni sits across from Qurie in Jerusalem
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (L) sits across from Ahmed Qurie, a former Palestinian prime minister who now leads peace talks, during their meeting in Jerusalem May 27, 2008. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1Y5GX
March 11, 2008
Former British Prime Minister and Middle East peace envoy Tony Blair (L) arrives for a meeting with Chief...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Former British PM and Middle East peace envoy Blair arrives for a meeting in Ramallah
Former British Prime Minister and Middle East peace envoy Tony Blair (L) arrives for a meeting with Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie, not pictured, in the West Bank city of Ramallah March 11, 2008. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1WWK3
February 10, 2008
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie addresses the media during a news conference in Abu Dis, on...
Abu Dis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian negotiator Qurie addresses the media in Abu Dis
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie addresses the media during a news conference in Abu Dis, on the edge of Jerusalem, February 10, 2008. REUTERS/Mahfouz Abu Turk (JERUSALEM)
BUSH-MIDEAST/
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January 10, 2008
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) listens to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Chief Palestinian negotiator Qurie listens to U.S. Secretary of State Rice in Ramallah
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) listens to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a joint news conference held by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and U.S. President George W. Bush in the West Bank city of Ramallah January 10, 2008. Bush told Palestinians on Thursday he believed they would sign a peace treaty with Israel within a year that would give them their own state. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (WEST BANK)
BUSH-MIDEAST/
RTX5EN2
January 10, 2008
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) speaks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Chief Palestinian negotiator Qurie speaks with U.S. Secretary of State Rice in Ramallah
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) speaks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a joint news conference held by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and U.S. President George W. Bush in the West Bank city of Ramallah January 10, 2008. Bush told Palestinians on Thursday he believed they would sign a peace treaty with Israel within a year that would give them their own state. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX45YF
November 28, 2007
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (C) and Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) leave the White...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie leave the White House...
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (C) and Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) leave the White House in Washington November 28, 2007. Bush met with Olmert and Abbas one day after a 44-nation conference where both pledged to try to forge a peace treaty by the end of 2008 that would create a Palestinian state. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (UNITED STATES)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX4448
November 27, 2007
U.S. President George W. Bush sits at a table with officials as he hosts a meeting during the Middle...
Annapolis, UNITED STATES
US President Bush hosts meeting with Israel's PM Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Abbas in...
U.S. President George W. Bush sits at a table with officials as he hosts a meeting during the Middle East peace conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, November 27, 2007. At the table are (clockwise from extreme L) Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Senior Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, U.S. National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Bush, and former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (UNITED STATES)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX443Q
November 27, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) shakes hands with Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R)...
Annapolis, UNITED STATES
Israel's PM Olmert shakes hands with Chief Palestinian Negotiator Qurie as Senior Palestinian negotiator...
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L) shakes hands with Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie (R) as Senior Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat watches during the Middle East peace conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, November 27, 2007. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (UNITED STATES)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX443L
November 27, 2007
U.S. President George W. Bush sits at a table with officials as he hosts a meeting during the Middle...
Annapolis, UNITED STATES
US President Bush hosts meeting with Israel's PM Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Abbas in...
U.S. President George W. Bush sits at a table with officials as he hosts a meeting during the Middle East peace conference at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, November 27, 2007. At the table are (clockwise from bottom L) U.S. National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Bush, former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak, Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Senior Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, Chief Palestinian Negotiator Ahmed Qurie and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (UNITED STATES)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/RICE
RTR1VO9E
November 05, 2007
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) shakes hands with Ahmed Qurie, chief Palestinian negotiator...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
U.S. Secretary of State Rice shakes hands with Qurie in Ramallah
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) shakes hands with Ahmed Qurie, chief Palestinian negotiator and former prime minister, during their meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah November 5, 2007. Rice took her diplomatic mission to the occupied West Bank on Monday for talks with Palestinian leaders seeking deadlines for future statehood negotiations with Israel.
REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/RICE
RTR1VO9C
November 05, 2007
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) meets Ahmed Qurie, chief Palestinian negotiator and former...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
U.S. Secretary of State Rice meets Qurie in Ramallah
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) meets Ahmed Qurie, chief Palestinian negotiator and former prime minister, in the West Bank city of Ramallah November 5, 2007. Rice took her diplomatic mission to the occupied West Bank on Monday for talks with Palestinian leaders seeking deadlines for future statehood negotiations with Israel.
REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (WEST BANK)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR1ST1K
August 15, 2007
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (L), and Rawhi Fattouh, special representative of Palestinian...
Amman, Jordan
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie and Rawhi Fattouh attend a meeting in Amman
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (L), and Rawhi Fattouh, special representative of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, attend the Palestinian labor union meeting in Amman August 15, 2007. Reuters/ Muhammad Hamed(JORDAN)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR1ST1C
August 15, 2007
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (L) and Rawhi Fattouh, special representative of Palestinian...
Amman, Jordan
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie and Rawhi Fattouh attend a meeting in Amman
Palestinian former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (L) and Rawhi Fattouh, special representative of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, attend the Palestinian labor union meeting in Amman August 15, 2007. Reuters/ Muhammad Hamed(JORDAN)
MIDEAST
RTR1JAPX
November 13, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (L) and former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attend a news conference...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian PM Haniyeh and former PM Qurie attend a news conference in Gaza
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (L) and former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attend a news conference after meeting with rival Palestinian factions in Gaza November 13, 2006. Rival Palestinian factions were close to agreeing on Monday on a new prime minister to replace Ismail Haniyeh, but the candidate required the endorsement of President Mahmoud Abbas to be made final, officials said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
MIDEAST
RTR1JAPW
November 13, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (L) leaves with former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie after meeting...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian PM Haniyeh leaves with former PM Qurie after a meeting with rival Palestinian factions in...
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (L) leaves with former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie after meeting with rival Palestinian factions in Gaza November 13, 2006. Rival Palestinian factions were close to agreeing on Monday on a new prime minister to replace Ismail Haniyeh, but the candidate required the endorsement of President Mahmoud Abbas to be made final, officials said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
MIDEAST
RTR1JA0I
November 12, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (R) meets former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie at his office in...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh meets former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie at his office in Gaza...
Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh (R) meets former Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie at his office in Gaza November 12, 2006. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)
MIDEAST
RTR1E518
June 06, 2006
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) and former prime minister Ahmed Qurie (C) attend the Palestinian...
Ramallah
Palestinian President Abbas and former prime minister Qurie attend meeting in Ramallah
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) and former prime minister Ahmed Qurie (C) attend the Palestinian executive committee meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah June 6, 2006. Abbas on Tuesday gave the Hamas government until the end of the week to accept a manifesto implicitly recognising Israel or face a referendum on the issue. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)
MIDEAST INAUGURATION
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March 25, 2006
Hamas prime minister-designate Ismail Haniyeh (C) and Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) wave...
Gaza
Hamas prime minister-designate Haniyeh and Palestinian Prime Minister Qurie wave after their meeting...
Hamas prime minister-designate Ismail Haniyeh (C) and Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) wave after their meeting in Gaza March 25, 2006. The new Palestinian government under Islamic militant group Hamas will be sworn in on Wednesday following its ratification, Haniyeh said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST INAUGURATION
RTR17M4E
March 25, 2006
Hamas prime minister-designate Ismail Haniyeh (C), senior Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar (R) and Palestinian...
Gaza
Hamas prime minister-designate Haniyeh, senior Hamas leader al-Zahar and Palestinian Prime Minister Qurie...
Hamas prime minister-designate Ismail Haniyeh (C), senior Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar (R) and Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (L) attend a news conference in Gaza March 25, 2006. The new Palestinian government under Islamic militant group Hamas will be sworn in on Wednesday following its ratification, Haniyeh said on Saturday.
REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR17M43
March 25, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a news conference in Gaza March 25, 2006. The new Palestinian...
Gaza
Palestinian PM Qurie attends news conference in Gaza
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a news conference in Gaza March 25, 2006. The new Palestinian government under Islamic militant group Hamas will be sworn in on Wednesday following its ratification, Prime Minister-designate Ismail Haniyeh said on Saturday. The Palestinian Legislative Council is to convene on Monday for a confidence vote on the 24-member cabinet. Approval is seen as a certainty given that Hamas has a majority in parliament after a crushing election victory in January. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR1BJCQ
February 23, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in the West...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Ahmed Qurie meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 23, 2006. Fatah agreed at initial talks with Hamas on Wednesday to try to find common ground for a governing partnership between the long-dominant Palestinian faction and the militant group that crushed it at the polls. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR1BIY3
February 23, 2006
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik (C) leaves following a meeting with Palestinian outgoing Prime...
Ramallah
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in Ramallah
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik (C) leaves following a meeting with Palestinian outgoing Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 23, 2006. Fatah agreed at initial talks with Hamas on Wednesday to try to find common ground for a governing partnership between the long-dominant Palestinian faction and the militant group that crushed it at the polls. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR16JLW
February 23, 2006
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik (C) leaves following a meeting with Palestinian outgoing Prime...
Ramallah
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in Ramallah
Palestinian Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik (C) leaves following a meeting with Palestinian outgoing Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 23, 2006. Fatah agreed at initial talks with Hamas on Wednesday to try to find common ground for a governing partnership between the long-dominant Palestinian faction and the militant group that crushed it at the polls. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR16JLU
February 23, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in the West...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Ahmed Qurie meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie (R) meets with Parliament Speaker Aziz Dweik in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 23, 2006. Fatah agreed at initial talks with Hamas on Wednesday to try to find common ground for a governing partnership between the long-dominant Palestinian faction and the militant group that crushed it at the polls. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
QURIE
RTXO92V
February 16, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with [European Union's foreign policy chief Javier...
Ramallah, WEST BANK
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with [European Union's foreign policy chief Ja.....
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with [European Union's foreign policy chief Javier Solana] (not pictured) in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 16, 2006.
MIDEAST
RTR1B27P
February 16, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with European Union's foreign policy chief Javier...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie meets with EU foreign policy chief Solana in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with European Union's foreign policy chief Javier Solana (not pictured) in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 16, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR169FZ
February 16, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with European Union's foreign policy chief Javier...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie meets with EU foreign policy chief Solana in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie meets with European Union's foreign policy chief Javier Solana (not pictured) in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 16, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR19ISB
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons...
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons offensive to the Muslim world during a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. Newspapers in France and Germany reprinted Danish caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad on Wednesday, saying press freedom was more important than the protests and boycotts the cartoons have sparked across the Muslim world. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR19IGT
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie attends cabinet meeting in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR19IGG
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie attends cabinet meeting in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR15SF7
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie attends cabinet meeting in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR15SF3
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons...
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie displays a printout from a website as an example of cartoons offensive to the Muslim world during a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. Newspapers in France and Germany reprinted Danish caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad on Wednesday, saying press freedom was more important than the protests and boycotts the cartoons have sparked across the Muslim world. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
MIDEAST
RTR15SEX
February 02, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian PM Qurie attends cabinet meeting in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie attends a cabinet meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 2, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
QUERIE
RTXO6F5
February 01, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie enters his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah February...
Ramallah, WEST BANK
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie enters his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah .....
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie enters his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 1, 2006.
MIDEAST
RTR15R6S
February 01, 2006
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie enters his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah February...
Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Qurie enters his office in Ramallah
Outgoing Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie enters his office in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 1, 2006. REUTERS/Loay Abu Haykel
QURIE
RTXO6XR
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office...
Ramallah, WEST BANK
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office.....
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office in Ramallah January 26, 2006. [The Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over the long-dominant Fatah party on Thursday in Palestinian parliamentary polls, a political earthquake that could bury any hope for reviving peace talks with Israel soon. Qurie and his cabinet quit in the face of the Hamas victory.]
ABU RDENEH
RTXO6HU
January 26, 2006
Palestinian president media adviser, Nabil Abu Rdeneh speaks to the media at the Palestinian Authority...
Ramallah, Israel
Palestinian president media adviser, Nabil Abu Rdeneh speaks to the media at the Palestinian Authori.....
Palestinian president media adviser, Nabil Abu Rdeneh speaks to the media at the Palestinian Authority headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah January 26, 2006. [Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned after the Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over his ruling Fatah party in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, a senior official said.]
HANIYEH
RTXO6H7
January 26, 2006
A senior leader and the head of Hamas list Ismail Haniyeh waves as he receives congratulations in Gaza...
Gaza, GAZA STRIP
A senior leader and the head of Hamas list Ismail Haniyeh waves as he receives congratulations in Ga.....
A senior leader and the head of Hamas list Ismail Haniyeh waves as he receives congratulations in Gaza City January 26, 2006. [Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said.]
MIDEAST
RTR192EK
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR1929L
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR1922H
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR1921V
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR1921D
January 26, 2006
Palestinian boys, supporters of Hamas, celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Gaza
Palestinian boys, supporters of Hamas, celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Palestinian boys, supporters of Hamas, celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR19219
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Gaza
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR19215
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Gaza
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR1920T
January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters hand out sweets celebrating the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Hamas supporters hand out sweets celebrating the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip
Hamas supporters hand out sweets celebrating the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR191VA
January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election...
Gaza
Hamas supporters march with green flags as they celebrate results of Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR191PR
January 26, 2006
Palestinians from the military wing of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Gaza
Palestinians from the military wing of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Palestinians from the military wing of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
MIDEAST
RTR191O7
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR191NZ
January 26, 2006
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January...
Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza
Palestinian supporters of Hamas celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR191NR
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Gaza
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza...
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres while protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR191NN
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Gaza
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Palestinian Fatah supporters burn tyres protesting the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST ELECTIONS
RTR191NA
January 26, 2006
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian PM Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office in Ramallah
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie is seen through the window of his car as he leaves the office in Ramallah January 26, 2006. The Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over the long-dominant Fatah party on Thursday in Palestinian parliamentary polls, a political earthquake that could bury any hope for reviving peace talks with Israel soon. Qurie and his cabinet quit in the face of the Hamas victory REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the month January 2006
MIDEAST
RTR191E3
January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election...
Gaza
Hamas supporters march with green flags as they celebrate results of Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR1919L
January 26, 2006
Palestinian chief negotatior Saeb Erekat speaks to the media at the Palestinian Authority headquarters...
Ramallah
Palestinian chief negotatior Erekat speaks to media at Palestinian Authority headquarters in Ramallah...
Palestinian chief negotatior Saeb Erekat speaks to the media at the Palestinian Authority headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned after the Islamic militant group Hamas sweeps to victory over his ruling Fatah party in Palestinian parliamentary elections, a senior official said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
MIDEAST
RTR1913B
January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election...
Gaza
Hamas supporters march with green flags as they celebrate results of Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTR19133
January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election...
Gaza
Hamas supporters march with green flags as they celebrate results of Palestinian election in Gaza Strip...
Hamas supporters march with their green flags as they celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
MIDEAST
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January 26, 2006
Victorious Hamas parliamentary candidate Sheikh Hamed Albetawi watches Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed...
Nablus
Victorious Hamas parliamentary candidate Sheikh Albetawi watches Palestinian PM Qurie on television in...
Victorious Hamas parliamentary candidate Sheikh Hamed Albetawi watches Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie on television in the West Bank city of Nablus January 26, 2006. Prime Minister Qurie resigned after the Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over his ruling Fatah party in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, a senior official said. REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini
MIDEAST HAMAS
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January 26, 2006
Hamas supporters celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip...
Gaza
Hamas supporters celebrate results of Palestinian election in Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip
Hamas supporters celebrate the results of the Palestinian election in Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip January 26, 2006. Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie resigned on Thursday after the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed victory over his ruling Fatah party in a parliamentary election, a senior official said. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
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