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FRANCE-OBITUARY/MORGAN
RTX2VX3V
December 20, 2016
FILE PHOTO French actress Michele Morgan arrives at the festival palace in Cannes, France, May 14, 2001....
Cannes, France
FILE PHOTO French actress Michele Morgan arrives at the festival palace in Cannes
FILE PHOTO French actress Michele Morgan arrives at the festival palace in Cannes, France, May 14, 2001. French actress Michele Morgan has died, aged 96. REUTERS/John Schults/File Photo
FRANCE-OBITUARY/MORGAN
RTX2VWKE
December 20, 2016
FILE PHOTO French director Gerard Oury and his wife Michele Morgan (L) arrive at the festival palace...
Cannes, France
FILE PHOTO French director Gerard Oury and his wife Michele Morgan arrive at the festival palace in Cannes...
FILE PHOTO French director Gerard Oury and his wife Michele Morgan (L) arrive at the festival palace in Cannes, France, May 14, 2001. French actress Michele Morgan has died, aged 96. REUTERS/John Schults/FIle Photo
RUSSIA-ECONOMY/PUTIN
RTS48B0
October 13, 2015
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) speaks as Fraport AG's executive board chairman Stefan Schulte listens...
Moscow, Russia
Putin attends the VTB Capital "Russia Calling!" Investment Forum in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) speaks as Fraport AG's executive board chairman Stefan Schulte listens to him during the 7th annual VTB Capital "Russia Calling!" Investment Forum in Moscow, Russia, October 13, 2015. Putin said on Tuesday the economic crisis in Russia has reached its highest point. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y919
May 31, 2015
A sign indicates the closure to remove "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris,...
Paris, France
A sign indicates the closure to remove "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris...
A sign indicates the closure to remove "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8ZX
May 31, 2015
A young tourist touches "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on a path leading to the Pont...
Paris, France
A young tourist touches "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on a path leading to the Pont...
A young tourist touches "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on a path leading to the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY/
RTR4Y8Z6
May 31, 2015
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the...
Paris, France
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the...
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY/
RTR4Y8Z5
May 31, 2015
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the...
Paris, France
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the...
A close-up picture shows "love locks" which are attached to an iron grill on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8XJ
May 31, 2015
City municipal employees secure barriers May 31, 2015 which will be used from Monday for the closure...
Paris, France
City municipal employees secure barriers which will be used for the closure of the Pont des Arts over...
City municipal employees secure barriers May 31, 2015 which will be used from Monday for the closure of the Pont des Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8XA
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss for their photographer as...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss as they sit in front of...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss for their photographer as they sit in front of an iron grill covered with "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8VM
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace for their photographer...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace for their photographer...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace for their photographer in front of a grafitti-covered panel which hides an iron grill covered with "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8V2
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit in front of an iron grill...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit near in front of "love locks"...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit in front of an iron grill covered with "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8US
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss as they pose for their own...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss as they sit in front of...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, kiss as they pose for their own photographer in front of an iron grill covered with "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8TP
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near grills covered with...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near "love locks" on...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near grills covered with "love locks" on a walkway which leads to the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. The bridge will be closed from June 1 to June 8 and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY
RTR4Y8T7
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit near an iron grill coered...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit near near "love locks" on...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, sit near an iron grill coered with "love locks" on the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. On June 1, the bridge will be closed for a week and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults
FRANCE-ODDLY/
RTR4Y8T5
May 31, 2015
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near grills covered with...
Paris, France
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near "love locks" on...
A recently-married couple from Poland, Dominika and Bartek Mieczkowski, embrace near grills covered with "love locks" on a walkway which leads to the Pont de Arts over the River Seine in Paris, France, May 31, 2015. On June 1, the bridge will be closed for a week and the padlocks which hang on the bridge will be removed by city municipal employees. A city hall campaign to save the bridges of Paris from the weight of hundreds of thousands of brass "love locks" has not checked the ardour of droves of tourists, who continue to view the City of Light as the City of Love. Iron grills lining the bridges have since 2008 been increasingly covered by brass locks purporting to symbolize the unending love of visiting tourists. REUTERS/John Schults TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-NEWYORK/WTC
RTR4DNAI
November 11, 2014
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014....
New York, UNITED STATES
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014. The 104-story skyscraper built after 9/11 as the Freedom Tower but now simply called One World Trade Center has welcomed publishing giant Conde Nast as its first tenant. REUTERS/John Schults (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-NEWYORK/WTC
RTR4DNAG
November 11, 2014
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014....
New York, UNITED STATES
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014. The 104-story skyscraper built after 9/11 as the Freedom Tower but now simply called One World Trade Center has welcomed publishing giant Conde Nast as its first tenant. REUTERS/John Schults (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-NEWYORK/WTC
RTR4DNAC
November 11, 2014
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014....
New York, UNITED STATES
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York
Workmen clean windows from a suspended platform on One World Trade Center in New York November 10, 2014. The 104-story skyscraper built after 9/11 as the Freedom Tower but now simply called One World Trade Center has welcomed publishing giant Conde Nast as its first tenant. REUTERS/John Schults (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VPV2
June 25, 2014
Marie-Genevieve Lambert, the half sister of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial...
Paris, France
Marie-Genevieve Lambert, the half sister of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial...
Marie-Genevieve Lambert, the half sister of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, leaves the court after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VPUX
June 25, 2014
Marie-Genevieve Lambert (L), the half sister, and Francois Lambert (R), the nephew of Vincent Lambert,...
Paris, France
Marie-Genevieve Lambert, the half sister, and Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is...
Marie-Genevieve Lambert (L), the half sister, and Francois Lambert (R), the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, leaves the court after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VI1L
June 24, 2014
Doctor Eric Kariger (C), Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists...
Paris, France
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Doctor Eric Kariger (C), Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHYM
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, arrives for the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHYE
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, waits for an interview before the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHWQ
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert (L), the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert (L), the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, waits for an interview before the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHV0
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, leaves the court after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHTV
June 24, 2014
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Paris, France
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHTS
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, speaks to journalists after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHSO
June 24, 2014
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Paris, France
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA HEADSHOT)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHS4
June 24, 2014
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Paris, France
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after...
Doctor Eric Kariger, Chief of Palliative Medicine at the Reims CHU hospital, speaks to journalists after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHQU
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, speaks to the media after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA)
FRANCE-EUTHANASIA/
RTR3VHQJ
June 24, 2014
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Paris, France
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life...
Francois Lambert, the nephew of Vincent Lambert, who is tetraplegic and currently on artificial life support, speaks to the media after the verdict in a judicial case at the Council of State (Conseil d'Etat) in Paris, June 24, 2014. France's top administrative court ruled on Tuesday that doctors should be allowed to take a tetraplegic man off life support after nearly six years in a coma, siding with his wife in a case that has revived a debate about euthanasia. The Council of State ruled that doctors had the right to end the medical support that has kept Vincent Lambert, brain-damaged and in vegetative state, artificially alive since a motorbike accident on the way to work plunged him into a coma in September 2008. The verdict follows a heart-rending battle between Lambert's wife Rachel, seeking to let the former psychiatric nurse die, and his parents, who took legal action last year to halt plans by his doctors to do that. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH MEDIA)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U8UZ
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers descend into the Metro as they demonstrate against a planned reform of the...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers descend into the Metro as they demonstrate against a planned reform of the...
French SNCF railway workers descend into the Metro as they demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U89M
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris
French SNCF railway workers gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U891
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers wear safety vests as they gather to demonstrate against a planned reform...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris
French SNCF railway workers wear safety vests as they gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U85T
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers wave labour union flags as they gather to demonstrate against a planned reform...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris
French SNCF railway workers wave labour union flags as they gather to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U85S
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers walk with a banner, "Paris-East On Strike Against the Reform" as they demonstrate...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers walk with a banner as they demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector...
French SNCF railway workers walk with a banner, "Paris-East On Strike Against the Reform" as they demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE-STRIKE/
RTR3U83S
June 17, 2014
French SNCF railway workers gather in front the Invalides to demonstrate against a planned reform of...
Paris, France
French SNCF railway workers gather in front the Invalides to demonstrate against a planned reform of...
French SNCF railway workers gather in front the Invalides to demonstrate against a planned reform of the sector in Paris, June 17, 2014. Workers at the SNCF train operator continue their strike which is in it's seventh day over a rail reform bill due to go to parliament today. The strike, which continues on Tuesday, is one of the longest France has seen in years and has disrupted services since it began on June 10. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL/
RTR3JMCM
April 02, 2014
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel Sharon Park near Tel Aviv April 2, 2014. Schult's "Trash People" exhibition, featuring 500 human-sized figures made from recycled materials, has been travelling worldwide for 18 years and opens this weekend near Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3JMBX
April 02, 2014
Boys look at statues by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Boys look at statues by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Boys look at statues by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel Sharon Park near Tel Aviv April 2, 2014. Schult's "Trash People" exhibition, featuring 500 human-sized figures made from recycled materials, has been travelling worldwide for 18 years and opens this weekend near Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3JMBW
April 02, 2014
German artist HA Schult walks amongst his sculptures during a preview of his exhibition at the Ariel...
Tel Aviv, Israel
German artist HA Schult walks amongst his sculptures during a preview of his exhibition at the Ariel...
German artist HA Schult walks amongst his sculptures during a preview of his exhibition at the Ariel Sharon Park near Tel Aviv April 2, 2014. Schult's "Trash People" exhibition, featuring 500 human-sized figures made from recycled materials, has been travelling worldwide for 18 years and opens this weekend near Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3JMB7
April 02, 2014
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel...
Statues by German artist HA Schult are seen during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel Sharon Park near Tel Aviv April 2, 2014. Schult's "Trash People" exhibition, featuring 500 human-sized figures made from recycled materials, has been travelling worldwide for 18 years and opens this weekend near Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3JMAV
April 02, 2014
A boy looks at a statue by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A boy looks at a statue by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the...
A boy looks at a statue by German artist HA Schult during a preview of the artist's exhibition at the Ariel Sharon Park near Tel Aviv April 2, 2014. Schult's "Trash People" exhibition, featuring 500 human-sized figures made from recycled materials, has been travelling worldwide for 18 years and opens this weekend near Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AIRBUS-VIETJET/DEAL
RTX13Z4U
September 25, 2013
France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R Rear) and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (L Rear)...
Paris, France
France's Prime Minister Ayrault and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung attend a protocol agreement...
France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R Rear) and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (L Rear) attend a protocol agreement signing ceremony, with VietJetAir Managing Director Luu Duc Khan (2ndL) and Christophe Mourey (2ndR), Airbus Head of Contracts and Negotiation, at his Hotel Matignon offices in Paris September 25, 2013. Vietnamese low-cost airline VietJet has agreed to buy 92 jets worth up to $8.6 billion from France's Airbus between 2014 and 2022, its managing director said on Wednesday. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AIRBUS-VIETJET/DEAL
RTX13Z1C
September 25, 2013
Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (L) waves as he leaves with France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc...
Paris, France
Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung waves as he leaves with France's Prime Minister Ayrault after...
Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (L) waves as he leaves with France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault after a protocol agreement signing ceremony, where nine contracts were signed, at his Hotel Matignon offices in Paris September 25, 2013. Vietnamese low-cost airline VietJet has agreed to buy 92 jets worth up to $8.6 billion from France's Airbus between 2014 and 2022, its managing director said on Wednesday. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AIRBUS-VIETJET/DEAL
RTX13Z0Y
September 25, 2013
France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R) shows Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung where to...
Paris, France
France's Prime Minister Ayrault shows Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung where to place his signature...
France's Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R) shows Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung where to place his signature during a protocol contract signing ceremony, where eight contracts were signed, at his Hotel Matignon offices in Paris September 25, 2013. Vietnamese low-cost airline VietJet has agreed to buy 92 jets worth up to $8.6 billion from France's Airbus between 2014 and 2022, its managing director said on Wednesday. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX12A9G
August 04, 2013
Ground crew members work as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT prepares to take off from a field...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
Ground crew members work as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT prepares to take off from a field...
Ground crew members work as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT prepares to take off from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pointoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A8Z
August 04, 2013
British pilot Kate Bord speaks while sitting at the controls aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
British pilot Bord speaks while sitting at the controls aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin...
British pilot Kate Bord speaks while sitting at the controls aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT as it flies above the countryside near Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A82
August 04, 2013
A ground crew member waves as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT departs from a field at an airport...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
A ground crew member waves as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT departs from a field at an airport...
A ground crew member waves as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT departs from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE/
RTX12A7Y
August 04, 2013
Gauges in the pilot's cockpit are pictured during a media visit aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
Gauges in the pilot's cockpit are pictured during a media visit aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled...
Gauges in the pilot's cockpit are pictured during a media visit aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A7I
August 04, 2013
A ground crew member maintains a safety perimeter as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT lands...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
A ground crew member maintains a safety perimeter as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT lands...
A ground crew member maintains a safety perimeter as a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT lands in a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL MEDIA)
FRANCE/
RTX12A7F
August 04, 2013
A semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT takes off from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise,...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
A semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT takes off from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise...
A semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT takes off from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A7D
August 04, 2013
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT is cast on a field as it approaches an airport...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT is cast on a field as it approaches an airport...
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled Zeppelin NT is cast on a field as it approaches an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL AGRICULTURE)
FRANCE/
RTX12A6X
August 04, 2013
Passengers sit in the cabin of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT during a media trip from an airport outside...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
Passengers sit in the cabin of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT during a media trip from an airport outside...
Passengers sit in the cabin of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT during a media trip from an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL MEDIA)
FRANCE/
RTX12A6V
August 04, 2013
A farm is seen during a media trip aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, after...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
A farm is seen during a media trip aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, after...
A farm is seen during a media trip aboard a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, after it departs from an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris (seen on the horizon), August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL AGRICULTURE)
FRANCE/
RTX12A6T
August 04, 2013
Pilots Kate Bord (L) and Lars Pentzec sit at the controls of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT as it approaches...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
Pilots Bord and Pentzec sit at the controls of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT as it approaches an airport...
Pilots Kate Bord (L) and Lars Pentzec sit at the controls of a helium-filled Zeppelin NT as it approaches an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A6R
August 04, 2013
A ground crew member signals as a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, prepares to...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
A ground crew member signals as a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, prepares to...
A ground crew member signals as a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, prepares to take off from a field at an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE/
RTX12A6Q
August 04, 2013
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, is cast on a harvested wheat field...
CERGY-POINTOISE, France
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, is cast on a harvested wheat field...
The shadow of a semi-rigid and helium-filled airship, the Zeppelin NT, is cast on a harvested wheat field as it approaches an airport outside Cergy-Pontoise, near Paris, August 4, 2013. The Zeppelin NT is powered by three pivoting motors and measures 75.1 meters (246 ft) long, (as long as an Airbus 380), 17.4 meters (57 feet) high, and 19.5 (64 feet) meters wide. It also has a cabin that fits 12 passengers and will fly tourists at an altitude of 300 meters (984 feet) over the countryside. According to the company's media release, Airship Paris, which runs the Zeppelin NT, will propose three different flights for tourists in the Paris region, including the Chateau of Versailles, Giverny, and Chantilly and the valley of the Impressionists. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY TRAVEL AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTXY7XH
April 04, 2013
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
Cologne, Germany
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's historic armoury April 4, 2013. The Fluegelauto, a 1989 Ford Fiesta, returned to the roof of Cologne's city museum on Thursday in front of the famous Cologne cathedral after it has been renovated by the trainees of car maker Ford at its Cologne car plant. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXY7XF
April 04, 2013
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
Cologne, Germany
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's historic armoury April 4, 2013. The Fluegelauto, a 1989 Ford Fiesta, returned to the roof of Cologne's city museum on Thursday in front of the famous Cologne cathedral after it has been renovated by the trainees of car maker Ford at its Cologne car plant. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXY7WR
April 04, 2013
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
Cologne, Germany
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's...
The 'Fluegelauto' (winged car) by German artist HA Schult is lowered by a crane to the top of Cologne's historic armoury April 4, 2013. The Fluegelauto, a 1989 Ford Fiesta, returned to the roof of Cologne's city museum on Thursday in front of the famous Cologne cathedral after it has been renovated by the trainees of car maker Ford at its Cologne car plant. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT ENTERTAINMENT)
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