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GHANA-POLITICS/PRESIDENT
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January 07, 2017
Ghana's former President Jerry Rawlings arrives for the the swearing-in of Ghana's new President Nana...
Accra, Ghana
Ghana's former President Jerry Rawlings arrives for the the swearing-in of Ghana's new President Nana...
Ghana's former President Jerry Rawlings arrives for the the swearing-in of Ghana's new President Nana Akufo-Addo in Accra, Ghana January 7, 2017. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
GHANA-ELECTION/
RTSUHIN
December 03, 2016
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings and member of the list...
Accra, Ghana
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings parades through a street...
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings and member of the list of John Dramani Mahama, Ghana's president and National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential candidate parades through a street during a presidential campaign rally in Accra, Ghana December 3, 2016. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
GHANA-ELECTION/
RTSUHIL
December 03, 2016
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings and member of the list...
Accra, Ghana
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings parades through a street...
Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, daughter of Ghana's former president Jerry Rawlings and member of the list of John Dramani Mahama, Ghana's president and National Democratic Congress (NDC) presidential candidate parades through a street during a presidential campaign rally in Accra, Ghana December 3, 2016. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
GHANA/
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August 08, 2012
Ghana's former President and founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Jerry John Rawlings and...
Accra, Ghana
Ghana's former President and founder of the NDC Rawlings and his wife arrive at the funeral of late President...
Ghana's former President and founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Jerry John Rawlings and his wife arrive at the funeral of late President John Atta Mills at the parliament in Accra August 8, 2012. Ghana on Wednesday began three days of funeral rites for Mills, with his body to lie in state ahead of his August 10 burial. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
NIGERIA/
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March 01, 2012
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings attends the national funeral ceremony for Biafran ex-warlord...
Enugu, Nigeria
Former Ghana President Rawlings attends the national funeral ceremony for Biafran ex-warlord Lieutenant...
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings attends the national funeral ceremony for Biafran ex-warlord Lieutenant Colonel Odumegwu Ojukwu in Nigeria's southeastern city of Enugu March 1, 2012. Ojukwu, who led a bitter secessionist war in the 60s for a separate Republic of Biafra from Nigeria, died last year in a London hospital after a bout of illness. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye(NIGERIA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS)
NIGERIA/
RTR2YNO5
February 29, 2012
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings (L) sits with Nigeria's former ambassador to France Ralph...
Enugu, Nigeria
Former Ghana President Rawlings sits with Nigeria's former ambassador to France Uwechue and special adviser...
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings (L) sits with Nigeria's former ambassador to France Ralph Uwechue (C) and special adviser to Nigeria's President Ben Obi during a funeral tribute ceremony in honour of Biafra ex-warlord Odumegwu Ojukwu in Nigeria's southeastern city of Enugu February 29, 2012. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
NIGERIA/
RTR2YNNY
February 29, 2012
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings signs a condolence register during a funeral tribute ceremony...
Enugu, Nigeria
Former Ghana President Rawlings signs a condolence register during a funeral tribute ceremony in honour...
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings signs a condolence register during a funeral tribute ceremony in honour of Biafra ex-warlord Chukwemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu in Nigeria's southeastern city of Enugu February 29, 2012. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
NIGERIA/
RTR2YNNV
February 29, 2012
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings attends a funeral tribute ceremony in honour of Biafra ex-warlord...
Enugu, Nigeria
Former Ghana President Rawlings attends a funeral tribute ceremony in honour of Biafra ex-warlord Ojukwu...
Former Ghana President Jerry John Rawlings attends a funeral tribute ceremony in honour of Biafra ex-warlord Chukwemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu in Nigeria's southeastern city of Enugu February 29, 2012. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY HEADSHOT)
SAFRICA-ANC/PROFILE
RTR2VZSJ
January 07, 2012
Former President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings, arrives for a gala dinner ahead of the upcoming African National...
Bloemfontein, South Africa
Former President of Ghana, Rawlings, arrives for a gala dinner ahead of the upcoming ANC centenary celebration...
Former President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings, arrives for a gala dinner ahead of the upcoming African National Congress (ANC) centenary celebration in Bloemfontein January 7, 2012. South Africa's ruling ANC celebrates its 100th birthday on Sunday. The long-banned liberation movement took power in 1994 after Mandela negotiated an end to apartheid with the white-minority government. Capitalising on its role as the standard bearer in the fight against apartheid, the party has dominated politics since then, but bitter faction-fighting and accusations of rampant corruption have raised questions about how long it will continue to lead Africa's biggest economy. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
KENYA-SOMALIA/
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November 23, 2011
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Jerry Rawlings addresses a news...
Nairobi, Kenya
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Rawlings addresses a news conference...
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Jerry Rawlings addresses a news conference at the Department of Defense (DOD) in Nairobi November 23, 2011. Rawlings on Wednesday urged countries waging war on al Shabaab to keep an open door to negotiations with militants who are willing to lay down their weapons. Neighbouring Kenya sent hundreds of troops into southern Somalia in mid-October to crush the Islamist insurgents it blames for a series of kidnappings on its soil and regular cross-border attacks. Its air force has launched sporadic strikes on what it says are rebel targets. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
KENYA-SOMALIA/
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November 23, 2011
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Jerry Rawlings (R) and Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Rawlings and Kenya's Defense Minister...
Former President of Ghana and African Union special envoy for Somalia, Jerry Rawlings (R) and Kenya's Defense Minister Yusuf Haji address a news conference at the Department of Defense (DOD) in Nairobi November 23, 2011. Rawlings on Wednesday urged countries waging war on al Shabaab to keep an open door to negotiations with militants who are willing to lay down their weapons. Neighbouring Kenya sent hundreds of troops into southern Somalia in mid-October to crush the Islamist insurgents it blames for a series of kidnappings on its soil and regular cross-border attacks. Its air force has launched sporadic strikes on what it says are rebel targets. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
GHANA/
RTR2A8T0
February 14, 2010
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings (C) looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra,...
Accra, Ghana
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings (C) looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra, February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
GHANA/
RTR2A8SW
February 14, 2010
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings in...
Accra, Ghana
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Rawlings in the capital...
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings in the capital Accra, February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
GHANA-FIRE/
RTR2A8SE
February 14, 2010
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra...
Accra, Ghana
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GHANA
RTR25HQP
July 09, 2009
Members of a group called Friends of Obama shout while they light a peace flame for the U.S. President...
Accra, multiple countries
Members of a group called Friends of Obama shout while they light a peace flame for the U.S. President...
Members of a group called Friends of Obama shout while they light a peace flame for the U.S. President at independence square in Accra July 9, 2009.The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA SOCIETY POLITICS)
GHANA
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July 09, 2009
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States...
Accra, Ghana
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections.
REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
GHANA
RTR25HPV
July 09, 2009
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States...
Accra, Ghana
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections.
REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
GHANA
RTR25HPR
July 09, 2009
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States...
Accra, Ghana
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra
Members of a group called Friends of Obama parade in the streets of Accra July 9,2009. The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections.
REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
GHANA/
RTR25GSA
July 08, 2009
A street vendor holds up an American flag he is selling along a street in Accra July 8, 2009. The United...
Accra, Ghana
A street vendor holds up an American flag he is selling along a street in Accra
A street vendor holds up an American flag he is selling along a street in Accra July 8, 2009. The United States hopes President Barack Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
OBAMA-AFRICA/
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July 08, 2009
A man cycles past an American flag with a photograph of U.S. President Barack Obama in Accra July 8,...
Accra, Ghana
A man cycles past an American flag with a photograph of U.S. President Barack Obama in Accra
A man cycles past an American flag with a photograph of U.S. President Barack Obama in Accra July 8, 2009. The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
OBAMA-AFRICA/
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July 08, 2009
A vendor sits in his street kiosk selling U.S President Barack Obama memorabilia in Ghana's capital Accra...
Accra, Ghana
A vendor sits in his street kiosk selling U.S President Barack Obama memorabilia in Ghana's capital Accra...
A vendor sits in his street kiosk selling U.S President Barack Obama memorabilia in Ghana's capital Accra July 8, 2009. The United States hopes Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA)
OBAMA-AFRICA/
RTR25GRP
July 08, 2009
A street vendor sells American and Ghanaian flags along a street in Accra July 8, 2009. The United States...
Accra, Ghana
A street vendor sells American and Ghanaian flags along a street in Accra
A street vendor sells American and Ghanaian flags along a street in Accra July 8, 2009. The United States hopes President Barack Obama's decision to visit Ghana this week will spur other African governments to try and emulate the West African country's democratic record. Ghana won independence from colonial rule in 1957. A bloody chapter of military coups followed, but since Jerry Rawlings introduced multi-party democracy in the 1990s, opposition parties have twice won power through successful elections. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA POLITICS SOCIETY)
GHANA/
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January 07, 2009
Ghana's former President Jerry John Rawlings shakes hands with an unidentified man during the inauguration...
Accra, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Ghana's former President Rawlings shakes hands with unidentified man during inauguration ceremony of...
Ghana's former President Jerry John Rawlings shakes hands with an unidentified man during the inauguration ceremony of President John Atta Mills at the independence square in Accra January 7, 2009. Ghana swore in opposition leader Mills as president on Wednesday in a democratic transfer of power that won plaudits from around the world for one of Africa's most attractive investment. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA)
GHANA/
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January 07, 2009
Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings attends the inauguration ceremony of John Atta Mills at...
Accra, Ghana
Ghana's former president Rawlings attends inauguration ceremony of Mills in Accra
Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings attends the inauguration ceremony of John Atta Mills at the independence square in Accra January 7, 2009. Ghana swore in opposition leader Mills as president on Wednesday in a democratic transfer of power that won plaudits from around the world for one of Africa's most attractive investment. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GHANA)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC RESULTS
RTR1J1JC
November 05, 2006
Former President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings gestures during a news conference in Kinshasa November 5, 2006....
Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Former President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings gestures during a news conference in Kinshasa
Former President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings gestures during a news conference in Kinshasa November 5, 2006. Four former African heads of state separately met with the Democratic Republic of Congo's two presidential candidates, and said both appeared ready to accept the outcome of the election without fighting. The group also included Abdulsalami Abubakar of Nigeria, Pierre Buyoya of Burundi and Sam Nujoma of Namibia.Congo's election commission began releasing partial results on Sunday from last week's presidential run-off to try to stem the flow of rumours and unofficial results circulating in the tense capital.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC RESULTS
RTR1J1JA
November 05, 2006
Former President of Nigeria Abdulsalami Abubakar (L) speaks next to former President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings...
Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Former President of Nigeria Abubakar speaks next to former President of Ghana Rawlings during news conference...
Former President of Nigeria Abdulsalami Abubakar (L) speaks next to former President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings (R) during a news conference in Kinshasa November 5, 2006. Four former African heads of state separately met with the Democratic Republic of Congo's two presidential candidates, and said both appeared ready to accept the outcome of the election without fighting. The group also included Pierre Buyoya of Burundi and Sam Nujoma of Namibia. Congo's election commission began releasing partial results on Sunday from last week's presidential run-off to try to stem the flow of rumours and unofficial results circulating in the tense capital. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO DEMOCRATIC RESULTS
RTR1J1J7
November 05, 2006
Former President of Nigeria Abdulsalami Abubakar speaks during a news conference in Kinshasa November...
Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Former President of Nigeria Abdulsalami Abubakar speaks during a news conference in Kinshasa
Former President of Nigeria Abdulsalami Abubakar speaks during a news conference in Kinshasa November 5, 2006. Four former African heads of state separately met with the Democratic Republic of Congo's two presidential candidates, and said both appeared ready to accept the outcome of the election without fighting. The group also included Jerry Rawlings of Ghana, Pierre Buyoya of Burundi and Sam Nujoma of Namibia. Congo's election commission began releasing partial results on Sunday from last week's presidential run-off to try to stem the flow of rumours and unofficial results circulating in the tense capital.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRSZJU
June 29, 2004
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson (R) admires a custom made Fender Stratocaster with Rawlings...
Phoenix
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS RANDY JOHNSON RECEIVES GUITAR DURING PRE-GAME CEREMONY.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson (R) admires a custom made Fender Stratocaster with Rawlings leather stitched around the body, presented to him by Diamondbacks General Manager Partner Jerry Colangelo in a pre-game ceremony in Phoenix, Arizona, June 30. 2004. Johnson became the fourth major league pitcher to reach 4,000 career strikeouts against the San Diego Padres June 29, 2004. REUTERS/Jeff Topping JT/SV
RAWLINGS KENYA
RTRNGOF
September 29, 2001
An orphan living with HIV/AIDS, reads a leaflet at Nyumbani children's
home in Nairobi September 29,...
Nairobi, Kenya
AN ORPHAN CHILD LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS READS AT HIS CHILDRENS HOME IN
KENYA.
An orphan living with HIV/AIDS, reads a leaflet at Nyumbani children's
home in Nairobi September 29, 2001. Former Ghanaian president Jerry
Rawlings, who is visiting Kenya on behalf of the United Nations, flew
in from the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa for a three-day visit to
discuss combating the spread of HIV/AIDS with the Kenyan government.
REUTERS/Antony Njugubna

AN/AA
RAWLINGS KENYA
RTRNGNY
September 29, 2001
Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings gives a rose to HIV-positive
orphan at Nyumbani children's...
Nairobi, Kenya
JERRY RAWLINGS HANDS A ROSE TO CHILD DURING VIIST TO HIV/AIDS CHILDREN
IN NAIROBI.
Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings gives a rose to HIV-positive
orphan at Nyumbani children's home in Nairobi September 29, 2001.
Rawlings, who is visiting Kenya on behalf of the United Nations, flew
in from the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa for a three-day visit to
discuss combating the spread of HIV/AIDS with the Kenyan government.
REUTERS/Antony Njuguna

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RAWLINGS KENYA
RTRNGNS
September 29, 2001
Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings talks to HIV-positive orphans
at Nyumbani children's home in...
Nairobi, Kenya
FORMER GHANAIAN PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS TALKS TO HIV/AIDS CHILDERN.
Former Ghanaian president Jerry Rawlings talks to HIV-positive orphans
at Nyumbani children's home in Nairobi September 29, 2001. Rawlings,
visiting Kenya on behalf of the United Nations, flew in from the
Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa for a three-day visit to discuss
combating the spread of HIV/AIDS with the Kenyan government.
REUTERS/Antony Njugubna

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HEALTH AIDS ANNAN
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April 26, 2001
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) United Nations Secretary General Koffi Annan (C) and former Ghanaian...
Abuja, Nigeria
CLINTON ANNAN AND RAWLINGS ARRIVE FOR AFRICAN SUMMIT ON HIV/AIDS IN ABUJA.
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) United Nations Secretary General Koffi Annan (C) and former Ghanaian leader Jerry Rawlings (R) arrive at the International Conference centre in Abuja 26 April 2001, for the African summit on HIV/AIDS tuberculosis and other related infections. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan proposed on Thursday a global super-fund to halt the spread of AIDS as Africa rallied political support to combat its worst scourge.

GE/AA
HEALTH AIDS ANNAN
RTRHGY0
April 26, 2001
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) United Nations Secretary General Koffi Annan (C) and former Ghanaian...
Abuja, Nigeria
CLINTON ANNAN AND RAWLINGS ARRIVE FOR AFRICAN SUMMIT ON HIV/AIDS IN ABUJA.
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (L) United Nations Secretary General Koffi Annan (C) and former Ghanaian leader Jerry Rawlings (R) arrive at the International Conference centre in Abuja 26 April 2001, for the African summit on HIV/AIDS tuberculosis and other related infections. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan proposed on Thursday a global super-fund to halt the spread of AIDS as Africa rallied political support to combat its worst scourge.

GE/AA
GHANA PRESIDENT
RTRCNSD
January 07, 2001
Ghana's outgoing President Jerry Rawlings (R), relinquishing power after over 19 years rule, leans over...
Accra, UK
GHANA'S OUTGOING PRESIDENT RAWLINGS ATTENDS SWEARING-IN OF JOHN KUFUOR IN ACCRA.
Ghana's outgoing President Jerry Rawlings (R), relinquishing power after over 19 years rule, leans over to talk to his wife Nana Konadu (C), watched by his former Vice-President John Atta Mills (L), after the swearing-in of former opposition leader John Kufuor in the capital Accra, January 7, 2001. Kufuor beat Mills in a December run-off election. Rawlings, a former military ruler who was subsequently elected president twice, was ineligible to stand for a third elected term.

KS/AA
GHANA PRESIDENT
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January 07, 2001
Ghana's outgoing President Jerry Rawlings waves a final goodbye after over 19 years in power in the capital...
Accra, Ghana
GHANA'S OUTGOING PRESIDENT WAVES A FINAL GOODBYE IN ACCRA.
Ghana's outgoing President Jerry Rawlings waves a final goodbye after over 19 years in power in the capital Accra, January 7, 2001, after former opposition leader John Kufuor was sworn in as president. Kufuor beat Rawlings' vice-president, John Atta Mills, in a December run-off election.

CRB
GHANA
RTRCG31
December 30, 2000
Supporters of Ghanaian opposition leader John Kufuor gather at his home on December 30, 2000, celebrating...
Accra, Ghana
SUPPORTERS OF GHANAIN OPPOSITION LEADER KUFUOR GATHER.
Supporters of Ghanaian opposition leader John Kufuor gather at his home on December 30, 2000, celebrating his victory in a presidential election. His victory brings to an end the 19-year rule of charismatic Jerry

Rawlings.
GHANA ELECTIONS
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December 27, 2000
A man stands in front of a billboard of the opposition leader John Kufuor, favourite to win the December...
Abidjan, Ghana
A MAN STANDS IN FRONT OF A BILLBOARD FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE JOHN KUFUOR.
A man stands in front of a billboard of the opposition leader John Kufuor, favourite to win the December 28th presidential run-off in Ghana and succeed the charismatic President Jerry Rawlings, in Accra December 27, 2000. Lawyer Kufuor, 63, just fell short of an outright majority in the December 7 first round.

CRB
GHANA ELECTIONS
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December 07, 2000
Mary Baddoo, 84, casts her ballot at a polling station in central Accra, Ghana, December 7, 2000. Thursday's...
Accra, Ghana
WOMAN CASTS HER BALLOT AT POLLING STATION IN ACCRA DURING GHANAIAN ELECTIONS.
Mary Baddoo, 84, casts her ballot at a polling station in central Accra, Ghana, December 7, 2000. Thursday's presidential and parliamentary elections herald the end of 19 years in power for President Jerry Rawlings, the West African country's longest serving head of state since independence from Britain in 1957.

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GHANA ELECTION
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December 07, 2000
Ghanaians voting in presidential and parliamentary elections form long, orderly queues outside polling...
Accra, UK
GHANAIANS QUEUE OUTSIDE POLLING STATION IN ACCRA.
Ghanaians voting in presidential and parliamentary elections form long, orderly queues outside polling stations in the capital Accra since the early hours of the morning, December 7, 2000. The elections herald the end of 19 years in power for President Jerry Rawlings, the West African country's longest serving head of state since independence from Britain in 1957.

CRB
GHANA ELECTIONS
RTRBR9J
December 07, 2000
Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings (L) talks to reporters after voting in central Accra for the West African...
Accra, Ghana
PRESIDENT RAWLINGS OF GHANA SPEAKS TO REPORTERS AFTER VOTING IN ACCRA.
Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings (L) talks to reporters after voting in central Accra for the West African country's presidential and parliamentary elections, December 7, 2000. Rawlings, a charismatic former air-force flight lieutenant who seized power twice through the barrel of a gun but won multi-party elections in 1992 and 1996, cannot run for a third

mandate because of a constitutional two-term limit.
RAWLINGS
RTXJYXI
September 07, 2000
The President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, addresses the United Nations General Assembly during the...
New York, USA
The President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, addresses the United Nations General Assembly during th.....
The President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, addresses the United Nations General Assembly during the U.N. Millennium Summit, September 7, 2000 in New York.
UNITED NATIONS
RTR7YUP
September 07, 2000
The President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, addresses the United Nations General Assembly during the...
New York, USA
PRESIDENT OF GHANA ADDRESSES THE UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
The President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, addresses the United Nations General Assembly during the U.N. Millennium Summit, September 7, 2000 in New York.

JC/RCS
GHANA
RTR134QE
November 09, 1999
The Queen chats with Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings, November 8 during the second...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
THE QUEEN CHATS WITH GHANA'S PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS.
The Queen chats with Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings, November 8 during the second day of her official state visit to the country. Earlier in the day the Queen had stepped into controversy when she praised Jerry Rawlings in a speech to parliament.

HP/ME
GHANA
RTR134QA
November 09, 1999
The Queen is accompanied around La Wireless school, Accra by teacher Jane Acquah (R) with British Foreign...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
THE QUEEN IS VISITS SCHOOL WITH TEACHER JANE ACQUAH.
The Queen is accompanied around La Wireless school, Accra by teacher Jane Acquah (R) with British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook and his wife Gaynor following, on the second day of her state visit to Ghana, November 8. The Queen was jeered in Ghana's parliament when she made a speech praising th country's president Jerry Rawlings.

HP/CLH/
GHANA QUEEN
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November 09, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (2nd L) shakes hands with Ghana's Vice-President John Atta Mills (R), likely...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
QUEEN ELIZABETH SHAKES HANDS WITH GHANA'S VICE PRESIDENT MILLS.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (2nd L) shakes hands with Ghana's Vice-President John Atta Mills (R), likely successor of President Jerry Rawlings (L) after elections in 2000 as she prepares to leave Ghana November 9.

JDP/CLH/
GHANA QUEEN
RTRS6Q7
November 09, 1999
The Duke of Edinburgh sits with Nana Rawlings, wife of Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings...
Accra, United Kingdom of Great Britain
THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH SITS WITH NANA RAWLINGS.
The Duke of Edinburgh sits with Nana Rawlings, wife of Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings November 8 as they listen to Britain's Queen Elizabeth's address to Ghana's Parliament. The Queen underlined the importance of safeguarding multi-party democracy in the former West African British colony.

PS/ME
GHANA
RTRS6Q0
November 09, 1999
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are sheltered by giant umbrella's as they meet members of Ghana's...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
THE QUEEN IS SHELTERED BY GIANT UNBRELLAS AS SHE MEETS MEMBERS OF GHANA'S PARLIAMENT.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are sheltered by giant umbrella's as they meet members of Ghana's Parliament with Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings (R), November 8. Earlier in the day the Queen had stepped into controversy when she praised Jerry Rawlings in a speech to parliament.

HP/ME
GHANA
RTRS6PU
November 09, 1999
The Queen arrives as royal guest of honour at a state banquet, November 8, with Ghana's President Flight...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
THE QUEEN ARRIVES FOR STATE BANQUET WITH GHANA PRESIDENT.
The Queen arrives as royal guest of honour at a state banquet, November 8, with Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings (L), his wife Nana Rawlings (C) and the Duke of Edinburgh (R ) held at the Parliament Buildings in Accra. Earlier in the day the Queen had stepped into controversy when she praised Jerry Rawlings in a speech to parliament.

HP/ME
GHANA QUEEN
RTRS6DH
November 08, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) talks to Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings (2nd-L) as Prince Philip and...
Ghana - Republic of
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH TALKS WITH GHANA'S PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) talks to Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings (2nd-L) as Prince Philip and Ghana's First Lady Nana Onadu Agyemang Rawlings (R) watch a colourful Durbah meeting of traditional chiefs November 8. Queen Elizabeth, on the first leg of a three-nation African tour, praised Ghana on Monday as a country at the forefront of a democratic renaissance in the continent.

WS
GHANA-QUEEN
RTRS6DB
November 08, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (2nd R) and Ghana's President Rawlings (R) meeting traditional Chiefs at the...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
QUEEN ELIZABETH AND GHANA'S PRESIDENT RAWLING GREET CHIEFS.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (2nd R) and Ghana's President Rawlings (R) meeting traditional Chiefs at the Durbar in Accra November 8. Britain's Queen Elizabeth began a three-nation African tour on Sunday with a state visit to Ghana, her first visit to the former British colony since 1961. The Queen, who was accompanied by her husband Prince Philip (3rd R), will also visit South Africa, where she will open the annual Commonwealth heads of government summit, and Mozambique. President Jerry Rawlings welcomed the royal couple at the airport. Thousands of cheering Ghanaians turned out with Union Jack flags. During her visit, the Queen will hold talks with Rawlings, address Ghana's parliament and attend a colourful Durbar meeting of traditional tribal chiefs. She leaves for South Africa on Tuesday.

RS/JDP
GHANA QUEEN
RTRS66U
November 08, 1999
Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings gestures to Queen Elizabeth during her visit to parliament November...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
QUEEN ELIZABETH II CHATS WITH GHANA'S PRESIDENT RAWLINGS.
Ghana's President Jerry Rawlings gestures to Queen Elizabeth during her visit to parliament November 8. The Queen, on the first leg of a three-nation African tour, addressed parliament and praised Ghana as a country at the forefront of a democratic renaissance in the continent.

JDP/CLH/
GHANA QUEEN
RTRS66P
November 08, 1999
Queen Elizabeth and Ghanaian President Jerry Rawlings (R) leave Ghana's Parliament waving at a cheering...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
QUEEN ELIZABETH II WALKS WITH GHANA'S PRESIDENT RAWLINGS.
Queen Elizabeth and Ghanaian President Jerry Rawlings (R) leave Ghana's Parliament waving at a cheering and drumming crowd. The Queen, on the first leg of a three-nation African tour, addressed parliament and praised Ghana as a country at the forefront of a democratic renaissance in the continent.

JDP/CLH/
BRITAIN
RTRS5ON
November 08, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is greeted by Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings on her arrival...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH IS GREETED BY GHANA'S PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is greeted by Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings on her arrival at the start of her state visit to the West African former British colony, November 7. The Queen's position as head of the Commonwealth received a boost over the weekend as Australia voted to remain a monarchy in a referendum.

HP/ME
BRITAIN
RTRS5OF
November 08, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings sit together during...
Accra, Ghana - Republic of
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH IS GREETED BY GHANA'S PRESIDENT JERRY RAWLINGS.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Ghana's President Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings sit together during a reception in the Accra Conference Centre following her arrival at the start of her state visit to the West African former British colony, November 7. The Queen's position as head of the Commonwealth received a boost over the weekend as Australia voted to remain a monarchy in a referendum.

HP/ME
RTRM8D7
February 25, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) greets his personal secretary Betty Currie in the guest greeting line...
UNITED STATES
PRESIDENT CLINTON SHAKES HANDS WITH BETTY CURRIE.
U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) greets his personal secretary Betty Currie in the guest greeting line during the state dinner in honor of President Jerry John Rawlings from the Republic of Ghana at The White House, February 24. Currie was involved as a key figure in the relationship between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.

LSD/ME
RTRM8CT
February 25, 1999
President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton welcome Ghanaian President Jerry John Rawlings...
UNITED STATES
CLINTON AND RAWLINGS AT STATE DINNER.
President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton welcome Ghanaian President Jerry John Rawlings (L) and his wife Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings (R) to the White House for a State Dinner February 24. Rawlings is on an offical two-day state visit to the United States.

TB/ME
CLINTON GHANA
RTRM8CM
February 25, 1999
President Bill Clinton (R) chats with Ghana's President Jerry John Rawlings as they greet guests during...
Washington
PRESIDENT CLINTON CHATS WITH PRESIDENT RAWLINGS AT STATE DINNER.
President Bill Clinton (R) chats with Ghana's President Jerry John Rawlings as they greet guests during a State Dinner in Rawlings honor at the White House February 24. Rawlings is on an official two-day state visit of the United States.

TB/ME
CLINTON
RTRUAMH
February 24, 1999
President Clinton stands with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton outside the White House as they await...
Wasington, USA
CLINTON AND FIRST LADY ON WHITE HOUSE SOUTH LAWN.
President Clinton stands with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton outside the White House as they await the arrival of President Jerry John Rawlings of the Republic of Ghana for welcoming ceremonies February 24.

BPS/RC
CLINTON
RTRM83M
February 24, 1999
President Clinton and President Jerry John Rawlings of the Republic of Ghana share a laugh at the end...
Wasington, USA
CLINTON AND GHANA PRESIDENT RAWLINGS SHARE LIGHT MOMENT.
President Clinton and President Jerry John Rawlings of the Republic of Ghana share a laugh at the end of their joint press conference in the Old Executive Office Building beside the White House February 24. The two leaders discussed aid to Africa and a resolution in Ghana to allow African Americans to obtain joint citizenship.

BPS/SV/AA
CLINTON GHANA
RTRM82P
February 24, 1999
U.S. President Bill Clinton stands behind Ghana's President Jerry John Rawlings (R) as they take questions...
Wasington, USA
U.S. PRESIDENT CLINTON AND GHANA'S PRESIDENT RAWLINGS AT PRESSER IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. President Bill Clinton stands behind Ghana's President Jerry John Rawlings (R) as they take questions during a press conference at the Old Executive Office Building in Washington February 24. The two leaders discussed aid to Africa and a resolution in Ghana to allow African Americans to obtain joint citizenship.

BPS/JP/AA
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