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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE
RTX7JSHX
May 20, 2020
President of the French right-wing Debout la France (DLF) party Nicolas Dupont-Aignan arrives to attend...
Paris, France
Political party leaders meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris
President of the French right-wing Debout la France (DLF) party Nicolas Dupont-Aignan arrives to attend a meeting with all the political party leaders as the country began a gradual end to the nationwide lockdown following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France May 20, 2020. Thomas Coex/Pool via REUTERS
DENMARK-IMMIGRATION/
RTX6X4J5
May 30, 2019
When Ali Adnan, 27, fled his home in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad in 2015 and arrived in Denmark, a local...
KAERSHOVEDGAARD, Denmark
The Wider Image: Failed asylum seekers wait in rural Danish departure centre
When Ali Adnan, 27, fled his home in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad in 2015 and arrived in Denmark, a local Danish family took him in and helped him gain his footing in a country he knew very little about. Now, stuck behind iron gates in one of two departure centres for rejected asylum seekers in Denmark, he feels the reality of political changes sweeping through the Nordic country, and feels his chances of a successful appeal are slim. Ahead of a general election on June 5, both major parties - the left wing Social Democrats and the centre-right Liberal Party, currently in coalition with the Conservatives and the Liberal Alliance, have pledged to continue Denmark's tough stance on immigration. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly SEARCH "KELLY KAERSHOVEDGAARD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: DENMARK-IMMIGRATION/
EU-ELECTION/FRANCE
RTX6W8Y8
May 23, 2019
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots)...
LA PLAINE-SAINT-DENIS, France
French candidates pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots) nationalist party Florian Philippot, Ecologist Party EELV Yannick Jadot, PS/Place Publique Raphael Glucksmann, French Communist Party's (PCF) party Ian Brossat, UDI political party Jean-Christophe Lagarde, La Republique En Marche (LREM) party Nathalie Loiseau, leftist party Generation.s Benoit Hamon, right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party Francois-Xavier Bellamy, right-wing Debout la France (DLF) party Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Rassemblement National (RN) party Jordan Bardella pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections, on the set of the French TV channel BFM, in La Plaine-Saint-Denis, outside Paris, France May 23, 2019. Stephane De Sakutin/Pool via REUTERS
EU-ELECTION/FRANCE
RTX6W8Y6
May 23, 2019
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots)...
LA PLAINE-SAINT-DENIS, France
French candidates pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots) nationalist party Florian Philippot, Ecologist Party EELV Yannick Jadot, PS/Place Publique Raphael Glucksmann, French Communist Party's (PCF) party Ian Brossat, UDI political party Jean-Christophe Lagarde, La Republique En Marche (LREM) party Nathalie Loiseau, leftist party Generation.s Benoit Hamon, right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party Francois-Xavier Bellamy, right-wing Debout la France (DLF) party Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Rassemblement National (RN) party Jordan Bardella pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections, on the set of the French TV channel BFM, in La Plaine-Saint-Denis, outside Paris, France May 23, 2019. Stephane De Sakutin/Pool via REUTERS
EU-ELECTION/FRANCE
RTX6W8Y4
May 23, 2019
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots)...
LA PLAINE-SAINT-DENIS, France
French candidates pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections
Front-runner candidates La France Insoumise left wing party Manon Aubry, Les Patriotes (The Patriots) nationalist party Florian Philippot, Ecologist Party EELV Yannick Jadot, PS/Place Publique Raphael Glucksmann, French Communist Party's (PCF) party Ian Brossat, UDI political party Jean-Christophe Lagarde, La Republique En Marche (LREM) party Nathalie Loiseau, leftist party Generation.s Benoit Hamon, right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party Francois-Xavier Bellamy, right-wing Debout la France (DLF) party Nicolas Dupont-Aignan and Rassemblement National (RN) party Jordan Bardella pose before a TV debate as part of the campaign for the European elections, on the set of the French TV channel BFM, in La Plaine-Saint-Denis, outside Paris, France May 23, 2019. Stephane De Sakutin/Pool via REUTERS
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX6J6K7
December 19, 2018
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes N-VA President De Wever at the Royal Palace in Brussels
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of political talks at the Royal Palace in Brussels, Belgium December 19, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX6J6K3
December 19, 2018
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes N-VA President De Wever at the Royal Palace in Brussels
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of political talks at the Royal Palace in Brussels, Belgium December 19, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX6J6J7
December 19, 2018
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes N-VA President De Wever at the Royal Palace in Brussels
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of political talks at the Royal Palace in Brussels, Belgium December 19, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX6J6IS
December 19, 2018
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes N-VA President De Wever at the Royal Palace in Brussels
Belgium's King Philippe welcomes Bart De Wever, President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, ahead of political talks at the Royal Palace in Brussels, Belgium December 19, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GERMANY-BOOKFAIR/
RTX6EW4F
October 12, 2018
A sign at the booth of right-wing German weekly newspaper "Junge Freiheit" ("Young Freedom" reads "You...
Frankfurt, Germany
A sign at the Frankfurt Book Fair reads "You are leaving the politically correct sector" in Frankfurt...
A sign at the booth of right-wing German weekly newspaper "Junge Freiheit" ("Young Freedom" reads "You are leaving the politically correct sector" at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, October 12, 2018. REUTERS/Thorsten Wagner
AUSTRIA-PROTEST/
RTX69CJT
June 15, 2018
Women attend the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally againts right-wing politics in Vienna,...
Vienna, Austria
Women attend a rally of grannies against right in Vienna
Women attend the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally againts right-wing politics in Vienna, Austria, June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRIA-PROTEST/
RTX69BHF
June 15, 2018
Susanne Scholl, 68, and Monika Salzer, 70, founders of Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right), pose...
Vienna, Austria
Susanne Scholl and Monika Salzer, founders of grannies against right, pose during a rally in Vienna
Susanne Scholl, 68, and Monika Salzer, 70, founders of Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right), pose during a rally against the right-wing politics in Vienna, Austria June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-PROTEST/
RTX69BHE
June 15, 2018
A woman adjusts a button during the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally against the right-wing...
Vienna, Austria
A woman adjusts a button during a rally of grannies against right in Vienna
A woman adjusts a button during the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally against the right-wing politics in Vienna, Austria June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
AUSTRIA-PROTEST/
RTX69BHC
June 15, 2018
Women attend the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally againts right-wing politics in Vienna,...
Vienna, Austria
Women attend a rally of grannies against right in Vienna
Women attend the Omas gegen Rechts (grannies against right) rally againts right-wing politics in Vienna, Austria, June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
COLOMBIA-ELECTION/
RTX66HA5
May 27, 2018
A woman sports a hat reading "Duque for president" and "You have the best political party," as supporters...
Bogota, Colombia
Followers of candidate Ivan Duque celebrate as Colombians vote for a new president in Bogota
A woman sports a hat reading "Duque for president" and "You have the best political party," as supporters of Colombian right-wing presidential candidate Ivan Duque celebrate after he won a spot in a June runoff with leftist Gustavo Petro after Colombians voted for president in Sunday's first round presidential election, in Bogota, Colombia, May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
COLOMBIA-ELECTION/
RTX66HA4
May 27, 2018
A woman sports a hat reading "Duque for president" and "You have the best political party," as supporters...
Bogota, Colombia
Followers of candidate Ivan Duque celebrate as Colombians vote for a new president in Bogota
A woman sports a hat reading "Duque for president" and "You have the best political party," as supporters of Colombian right-wing presidential candidate Ivan Duque celebrate after he won a spot in a June runoff with leftist Gustavo Petro after Colombians voted for president in Sunday's first round presidential election, in Bogota, Colombia, May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG86
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG84
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG81
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG7Z
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, waves after speaking...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, waves after speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG6Z
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-POLITICS/CONSERVATIVES
RTX4YG6P
February 22, 2018
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Marion Marechal-Le Pen speaks at the CPAC conference held in National Harbor, Maryland
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of right-wing populist French politician Marine Le Pen, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX3B3DU
July 12, 2017
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Anne Levade arrives at France's conservative Les...
Paris, France
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Anne Levade arrives at France's conservative Les...
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Anne Levade arrives at France's conservative Les Republicains political party headquarters in Paris, France, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX3B3DS
July 12, 2017
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Laure de La Raudiere arrives at France's conservative...
Paris, France
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Laure de La Raudiere arrives at France's conservative...
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Laure de La Raudiere arrives at France's conservative Les Republicains political party headquarters in Paris, France, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX3B157
July 11, 2017
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Guillaume Peltier (R) arrives at their political...
Paris, France
French conservative Les Republicains (LR) party member Guillaume Peltier arrives at their political party...
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Guillaume Peltier (R) arrives at their political party headquarters in Paris, France, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX3B13B
July 11, 2017
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Henri Guaino arrives at their political party headquarters...
Paris, France
French conservative Les Republicains (LR) party member Henri Guaino arrives at their political party...
French right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party member Henri Guaino arrives at their political party headquarters in Paris, France, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M15
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M14
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, stands next to Said Bouarram (L), son of Brahim Bouarram, as he pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M13
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M12
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, stands next to Said Bouarram (L), son of Brahim Bouarram, as he pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M11
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron , head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-ELECTION/MACRON
RTS14M10
May 01, 2017
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the...
Paris, France
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017...
Emmanuel Macron (2ndL), head of the political movement En Marche !, or Onwards !, and candidate for the 2017 presidential election, stands next to Said Bouarram (L), son of Brahim Bouarram, as he pays hommage to Brahim Bouarram, a Moroccan who drowned in 1995 when right-wing extremists threw him from a bridge after a National Front rally, during a ceremony on the banks of the Seine River in Paris, France, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA86
October 18, 2016
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee...
New Delhi, India
Members of Hindu Sena burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Clinton during a protest against...
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during a protest against what they say is Clinton sabotaging Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump's election campaign, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA7Q
October 18, 2016
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S....
New Delhi, India
Members of Hindu Sena shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Trump...
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump during a protest against what they say is a sabotage of his election campaign by U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA6X
October 18, 2016
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee...
New Delhi, India
Members of Hindu Sena burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Clinton during a protest against...
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during a protest against what they say is Clinton sabotaging Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump's election campaign, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA6W
October 18, 2016
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee...
New Delhi, India
Members of Hindu Sena burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Clinton during a protest against...
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, burn posters of U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during a protest against what they say is Clinton sabotaging Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump's election campaign, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA5R
October 18, 2016
A member of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, holds a placard of Republican U.S. presidential nominee...
New Delhi, India
A member of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, holds a placard of Republican U.S. presidential nominee...
A member of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, holds a placard of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump during a protest against what they say is a sabotage of his election campaign by U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-INDIA
RTX2PA5P
October 18, 2016
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S....
New Delhi, India
Members of Hindu Sena, shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Trump...
Members of Hindu Sena, a right wing Hindu group, shout slogans as they hold placards of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump during a protest against what they say is a sabotage of his election campaign by U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, in New Delhi, India, October 18, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
EUROZONE-GREECE/STRIKE
RTX25DVC
February 04, 2016
Protesters from the Communist-affiliated trade union PAME march during a 24-hour general strike against...
Athens, Greece
Protesters from the Communist-affiliated trade union PAME march during a 24-hour general strike against...
Protesters from the Communist-affiliated trade union PAME march during a 24-hour general strike against planned pension reforms in central Athens, Greece, February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/STRIKE
RTX25DVA
February 04, 2016
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned...
Athens, Greece
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned...
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned pension reforms in Athens, Greece, February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROZONE-GREECE/STRIKE
RTX25DV4
February 04, 2016
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned...
Athens, Greece
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned...
Members of the communist-affiliated PAME union march during a 24-hour general strike against planned pension reforms in Athens, Greece, February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
ITALY-POLITICS/
RTX24GEH
January 28, 2016
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's (Party for Freedom) Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe...
Milan, Italy
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe of Nations and...
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's (Party for Freedom) Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe of Nations and Freedom" meeting in Milan, January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
ITALY-POLITICS/
RTX24GEF
January 28, 2016
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's (Party for Freedom) Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe...
Milan, Italy
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe of Nations and...
Dutch right-wing populist political party PVV's (Party for Freedom) Marcel de Graaf gestures at the "Europe of Nations and Freedom" meeting in Milan, January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX21BLF
January 06, 2016
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R),...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever and former French president Sarkozy receive flowers after delivering a speech...
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R), former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, receive flowers after delivering a speech on the future of Europe during an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX21BL9
January 06, 2016
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R),...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever and former French president Sarkozy attend an event in Antwerp
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R), former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, attend an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX21B0F
January 06, 2016
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R),...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever and former French president Sarkozy attend an event in Antwerp
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R), former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, attend an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX21B0E
January 06, 2016
(L-R) Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, Antwerp's Region...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever, Antwerp's Region Governor Berx and Belgian Foreign Minister Reynders welcome...
(L-R) Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, Antwerp's Region Governor Cathy Berx and Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders welcome Nicolas Sarkozy, former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, during an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTX21AZ7
January 06, 2016
(L-R) Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, Antwerp's Region...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever, Antwerp's Region Governor Berx and Belgian Foreign Minister Reynders welcome...
(L-R) Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA, Antwerp's Region Governor Cathy Berx and Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders welcome Nicolas Sarkozy, former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, during an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-POLITICS/SARKOZY
RTX21AW7
January 06, 2016
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R),...
Antwerp, Belgium
Antwerp's mayor De Wever and former French president Sarkozy pose with flowers after delivering a speech...
Bart De Wever, mayor of Antwerp and President of Flemish right-wing party N-VA and Nicolas Sarkozy (R), former French president and current head of the Les Republicains political party, pose with flowers after delivering a speech on the future of Europe during an event held by Flanders' Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Stadsschouwburg in Antwerp, Belgium, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XV0E
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive for the continuation of their trial...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe and co-defendant Wohlleben arrive for continuation of thier trial at courtroom in...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive for the continuation of their trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XV09
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe talks with her lawyer Mathias Grasel (R) as she arrives for the continuation...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe talks with her lawyer Grasel arrives for the continuation of her trial at courtroom...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe talks with her lawyer Mathias Grasel (R) as she arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUYJ
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at courtroom in Munich
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUYG
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at courtroom in Munich
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUXU
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Hermann Borchert (L) and Mathias Grasel (2nd R) prior...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Borchert and Grasel prior to continuation of her trial at courtroom...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Hermann Borchert (L) and Mathias Grasel (2nd R) prior to the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUX8
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Hermann Borchert (L) and Mathias Grasel (2nd R) prior...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Borchert and Grasel prior to continuation of her trial at courtroom...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe sits with her lawyers Hermann Borchert (L) and Mathias Grasel (2nd R) prior to the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUU4
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive next to their lawyers Hermann Borchert...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe and co-defendant Wohlleben arrive for continuation of thier trial at courtroom in...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive next to their lawyers Hermann Borchert (2nd L) and Mathias Grasel (R) for the continuation of their trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUU3
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive next to their lawyers Hermann Borchert...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe and co-defendant Wohlleben arrive for continuation of thier trial at courtroom in...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive next to their lawyers Hermann Borchert (2nd L) and Mathias Grasel (R) for the continuation of their trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUTP
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe is greeted by her lawyer Hermann Borchert (L) as she arrives for the continuation...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe is greeted by her lawyer Borchert arrives for the continuation of her trial at courtroom...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe is greeted by her lawyer Hermann Borchert (L) as she arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUTB
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at courtroom in Munich
Defendant Beate Zschaepe arrives for the continuation of her trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
GERMANY-TRIAL/NEONAZI
RTX1XUTA
December 09, 2015
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive for the continuation of their trial...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Zschaepe and co-defendant Wohlleben arrive for continuation of thier trial at courtroom in...
Defendant Beate Zschaepe and co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben (L) arrive for the continuation of their trial at a courtroom in Munich, southern Germany, December 9, 2015. The lone surviving suspect in a neo-Nazi murder case that shocked Germany plans to break her two-and-a-half-year silence and address all the allegations in court, her lawyer said in a German media interview on Monday. Zschaepe, 40, is accused of helping found a neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU), and of complicity in the murders of eight Turks, a Greek and a German police woman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne and 15 bank robberies. REUTERS/Michael Dalder
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