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FILMFESTIVAL-CANNES/
RTX1DDDS
May 17, 2015
Director Maiwenn (4thR), scriptwriter Etienne Comar (L), cast members Norman Thavaud (2ndL), Amanda Added...
Cannes, France
Director Maiwenn and cast members pose on the red carpet as they arrive for the screening of the film...
Director Maiwenn (4thR), scriptwriter Etienne Comar (L), cast members Norman Thavaud (2ndL), Amanda Added (3rdL), Louis Garrel (4thL), Vincent Cassel (5thL), Chrystele Saint Louis Augustin (5thR), Nabil Kechouhen (3rdR), Emmanuelle Bercot (2ndR) and Abdel Addala (R), pose on the red carpet as they arrive for the screening of the film "Mon roi" in competition at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, May 17, 2015. REUTERS/Jean-Pierre Amet
FILMFESTIVAL-CANNES/
RTX1DDCR
May 17, 2015
Director Maiwenn poses on the red carpet as she arrives for the screening of the film "Mon roi" in competition...
Cannes, France
Director Maiwenn poses on the red carpet as she arrives for the screening of the film "Mon roi" in competition...
Director Maiwenn poses on the red carpet as she arrives for the screening of the film "Mon roi" in competition at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, May 17, 2015. REUTERS/Jean-Pierre Amet
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQX2
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (C) skis among tourists during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy skis among tourists during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (C) skis among tourists during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQVD
February 11, 2011
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during...
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQV9
February 11, 2011
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during...
The emblem of the Haitian skiing federation is seen on the jacket of Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQV5
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) skis next to his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy skis next to his French coach Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) skis next to his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQV3
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) jumps past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy jumps past his French coach Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) jumps past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQV0
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (L) skis past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy skis past his French coach Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (L) skis past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQUM
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy sits in a gondola during a training session at the World Alpine skiing...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy sits in a gondola during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy sits in a gondola during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. . REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQUC
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (top) skis past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy skis past his French coach Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (top) skis past his French coach Thierry Montillet during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQU6
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy smiles as he poses during a training session at the World Alpine skiing...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy smiles as he poses during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy smiles as he poses during a training session at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQU2
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy smiles as he poses during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy smiles as he poses during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy smiles as he poses during a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE SKIING/HAITI
RTXXQTZ
February 11, 2011
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) and his French coach Thierry Montillet pack up their skis after a training...
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Haitian skier Roy and his French coach Montillet pack up their skis after a training at the World Alpine...
Haitian skier Jean-Pierre Roy (R) and his French coach Thierry Montillet pack up their skis after a training at the World Alpine skiing Championships in Garmisch Partenkirchen February 11, 2011. Roy, 47, will become his country's first representative in Alpine skiing World Championships. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
Sport
Sport
Haiti's First Alpine Skier - 04 Feb 2011
19 PICTURES
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZY
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING HEADSHOT)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZX
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZW
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates waxing of his skis for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZV
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZU
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZT
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZS
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates a training session for Reuters...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates a training session for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZP
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZO
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZN
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZL
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates waxing of his skis for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ8
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ7
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, simulates a race start for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ4
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ3
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ2
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ1
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGZ0
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates a training session for Reuters...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, demonstrates a training session for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
ALPINE-SKIING/HAITI
RTXXGYY
February 04, 2011
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses...
ORGERUS, France
Jean-Pierre Roy, President of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus,...
Jean-Pierre Roy, an IT specialist and President and only member of the Haitian Ski Federation, poses with his official ski suit for Reuters in his garden in Orgerus, near Paris, February 4, 2011. Roy, a 47-year-old Haitian who is nicknamed "Rasta Piquet", will become his country's first representative in the Alpine skiing world championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen which starts February 7th. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT SKIING)
BELGIUM-BEER/
RTXQK9L
November 10, 2009
Belgian Jean-Pierre Van Roy, a 68-year-old master-brewer at a traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels,...
Brussels, Belgium
To match Reuters Life! story BELGIUM-BEER/LAMBIC
Belgian Jean-Pierre Van Roy, a 68-year-old master-brewer at a traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, tests the temperature in a brew kettle November 3, 2009. Lambic beer risked dying out a decade ago, but its survival and growth now seem assured despite being among the most awkward beers to make, store and market. Picture taken November 3, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story BELGIUM-BEER/LAMBIC REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM BUSINESS)
CANTILLON
RTXM2WH
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker inspects a barrel for cleanness before filling it at the traditional Cantillon...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker inspects a barrel for cleanness before filling it at the traditional .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker inspects a barrel for cleanness before filling it at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer [Jean-Pierre Van Roy] says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2WG
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour.
He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2WF
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle of beer at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour.
He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2WE
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02-Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02-Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettl.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02-Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
CANTILLON
RTXM2W5
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker rolls a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker rolls a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in t.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- A worker rolls a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer [Jean-Pierre Van Roy] says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2W4
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks the quality of beer...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks the quality of be.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks the quality of beer in a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2W3
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kett.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2W2
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks beer quality at the traditional...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks beer quality at the tradition.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks beer quality at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
VAN ROY
RTXM2W1
July 11, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle...
Brussels, Belgium
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kett.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 11NOV02- Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
RTRDPKG
November 11, 2002
A worker inspects a barrel for cleanness before filling it at the
traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels,...
Belgium
A WORKER INSPECTS A BARREL AT THE CANTILLON BREWERY IN BRUSSELS.
A worker inspects a barrel for cleanness before filling it at the
traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on
November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400
different kinds of beer, Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre
Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon.
He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts
sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer
ferment in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the
modern method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced
forms the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR
BELGIUM BREWERS
RTRDPKB
November 11, 2002
Belgian master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks beer quality at the
traditional Cantillon brewery in...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY CHECKS BEER QUALITY AT CANTILLON
BREWERY IN BRUSSELS.
Belgian master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks beer quality at the
traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this picture taken on
November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing around 400
different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer the way they
did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer
whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey colour. He uses
no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to
bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure
to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such
renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR
BELGIUM BREWERS
RTRDPK2
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY ADDS HOPS TO A BREW KETTLE IN
BRUSSELS.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this
picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing
around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats
exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that
bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for
making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois
Lenoir

FLR
RTRDPJW
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle
of beer at the traditional Cantillon...
Belgium
TO MATCH WITH FEATURE BELGIUM BREWERS - TIME STANDS STILL AT BRUSSELS
BREWER.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle
of beer at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this
picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing
around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour.

He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to
bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure
to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such
renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
RTRDPJS
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional...
Belgium
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY ADDS HOPS TO A BREW KETTLE IN
BRUSSELS.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this
picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing
around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats
exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that
bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for
making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois
Lenoir

FLR
RTRDPJL
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle
of beer at the traditional Cantillon...
Belgium
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY UNCORKS A BOTTLE OF BEER AT THE
CANTILLON BREWERY INI BRUSSELS.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy uncorks a bottle
of beer at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this
picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing
around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour.

He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats exposing it to
bacteria, quite different from the modern method that bans any exposure
to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for making such
renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM BREWERS
RTRDPJF
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY ADDS HOPS TO A BREW KETTLE IN
BRUSSELS.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy adds hops to a
brew kettle at the traditional Cantillon brewery in Brussels, in this
picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country famous for producing
around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats
exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that
bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for
making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois
Lenoir

FLR
BELGIUM BREWERS
RTRDPJA
November 11, 2002
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks the
quality of beer in a barrel at the...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
BELGIAN BREWER JEAN-PIERRE VAN ROY CHECKS THE QUALITY OF BEER IN
BRUSSELS.
Belgian 61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy checks the
quality of beer in a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in
Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country
famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Van Roy says
he still brews beer the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses
mash-tuns from 1900 to make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply
with its deep honey colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment
in open vats exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern
method that bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms
the basis for making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek.
REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

FLR/WS
BELGIUM BREWERS
RTRDPJ4
November 11, 2002
A worker rolls a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in
Brussels, in this picture taken on November...
Brussels, Belgium - Kingdom of
A WORKER ROLLS A BARREL AT THE CANTILLON BREWERY IN BRUSSELS.
A worker rolls a barrel at the traditional Cantillon brewery in
Brussels, in this picture taken on November 11, 2002. In a country
famous for producing around 400 different kinds of beer, Belgian
61-year-old master-brewer Jean-Pierre Van Roy says he still brews beer
the way they did in ancient Babylon. He uses mash-tuns from 1900 to
make the beer whose sour taste contrasts sharply with its deep honey
colour. He uses no yeast and lets the beer ferment in open vats
exposing it to bacteria, quite different from the modern method that
bans any exposure to the air. The "Lambic" produced forms the basis for
making such renowned beers as Gueuze and Kriek. REUTERS/Francois
Lenoir

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CRIME TECH ARREST
RTR3B38
April 19, 2000
RCMP Inspector Yves Roussel, flanked by colleauge Staff Sergeant Jean-Pierre Roy (L) and FBI agent William...
Montreal, Canada
RCMP AND FBI INVESTIGATORS ADDRESS PRESS CONFERENCE IN MONTREAL.
RCMP Inspector Yves Roussel, flanked by colleauge Staff Sergeant Jean-Pierre Roy (L) and FBI agent William Lyn, assistant legal attache to Canada, addresses reporters at a Montreal press conference to announce that charges against a 15-year-old hacker, known online as "Mafiaboy," who is credited with one of the biggest cyber attacks in history, April 19. The charges relate to the jamming of the CNN.com Web site and up to 1,200 CNN-hosted sites for four hours on February 8.

PC/SV
RCMP-FBI-COMPUTER
RTR3AZS
April 19, 2000
Royal Canadian Mounted Police investigator Yves Roussel (C) answers reporters questons while FBI agent...
Montreal, Canada
RCMP INVESTIGATOR YVES ROUSELL AND FBI AGENT BILL LYNN SPEAK TO REPORTERS DURING PRESS CONFERENCE.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police investigator Yves Roussel (C) answers reporters questons while FBI agent Bill Lynn(L), and RCMP staff sargeant Jean-Pierre Roy (R) listen at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police headquarters in Montreal, April 19, about charges laid against a 15 year-old Montreal boy by the name of "Mafia Boy", stemming from cyber-attacks that were launched in the beginning of the month of February 2000 in the United States against many internet electronic commerce sites, namely CNN, Yahoo, Ebay, Amozon.com, Excite and Etrade..

AF/BM
RTR203F
February 22, 1997
Eric Roy of Marseille (C) talks with Jean-Pierre Papin following Papin's clash with Xavier Gravelaine...
France
ERIC ROY TALKS WITH JEAN PIERRE PAPIN IN BORDEAUX
Eric Roy of Marseille (C) talks with Jean-Pierre Papin following Papin's clash with Xavier Gravelaine of Marseille during their French soccer league match February 22. Bordeaux won the match 4-0. Gravelaine was expelled from the game.

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