Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: SHAH-Mohammed-Zahir

KARZAI AFGHANISTAN
RTRHO2Q
December 07, 2004
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai walks towards the inauguration ceremony honoring him in as the officially-elected...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghanistan President Karzai walks towards inauguration ceremony in Kabul.
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai walks towards the inauguration ceremony honoring him in as the officially-elected President of Afghanistan, at Salaam Khana in Kabul, December 7, 2004. Holding Karzai's hand and saluting is the former-King of Afghanistan Zahir Shah (L). Pictures of the month December 2004 Pictures of the Year 2004 REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/HB Year End Pictures 2004
AFGHAN
RTRHMPA
December 07, 2004
Former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah, Afghan President Karzai, former Afghan President Mujadidi, US...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah, Afghan President Karzai, former Afghan President ...
Former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah, Afghan President Karzai, former Afghan President Mujadidi, US Ambassador and Special Presidential Envoy to Afghanistan Khalilzad, and US Vice-President Cheney attend swearing-in ceremony in Kabul. Former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (R), Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2R), former Afghan President, Hazrat Sebghatullah Mujadidi (3R), US Ambassador and Special Presidential Envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad (2L), and US Vice-President Dick Cheney (L) attend a swearing-in ceremony at The Presidential Palace in Kabul, December 7, 2004. Hamid Karzai was sworn in as Afghanistan's first popularly elected president on Tuesday, promising to bring peace to the war-torn nation and end the economy's dependence on narcotics. REUTERS/Shah Marai/Pool
AFGH
RTRHMN6
December 07, 2004
Afghan President Karzai and former Afghan King Mohammed Zahir Shah attend ceremony at Presidential palace...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan President Karzai and former Afghan King Mohammed Zahir Shah attend ceremony at ...
Afghan President Karzai and former Afghan King Mohammed Zahir Shah attend ceremony at Presidential palace in Kabul. Afghan President Hamid Karzai (R) and former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (L), attend a ceremony at The Presidential palace in Kabul, December 7, 2004. Hamid Karzai was sworn in as
KABUL
RTRHMHN
December 07, 2004
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd-R) walks with former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (2nd-L), during...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan President Hamid Karzai walks with former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah, in Kabul.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd-R) walks with former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (2nd-L), during a ceremony at The Presidential palace in Kabul December 7, 2004. Hamid Karzai has been sworn in as the first democratically elected president of Afghanistan. REUTERS/Shah Marai/Pool sm/CN
KABUL
RTRHMHG
December 07, 2004
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2L) and former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah and Chief Justice Fazil...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2L) and former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah and Chief ...
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2L) and former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah and Chief Justice Fazil Hadi Shinwary during a ceremony in Kabul. Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd L) and former Afghan king Mohammed Zahir Shah (L), and Chief Justice Fazil Hadi Shinwary (3rd L) during a ceremony at the Presidential palace in Kabul, December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Shah Marai/Pool
KABUL
RTRHMH7
December 07, 2004
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd-R) walks with former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (L), as they...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan President Hamid Karzai walks with former Afghan King Mohammed Zahir Shah in Kabul.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd-R) walks with former Afghan King, Mohammed Zahir Shah (L), as they proceed during a ceremony at The Presidential palace in Kabul, December 7, 2004. Hamid Karzai has been sworn in as the first democratically elected president of Afghanistan, promising to restore security to the war-shattered country exactly three years after the fall of the Taliban. REUTERS/Shah Marai/POOL sm/CN
KABUL
RTRHMDU
December 07, 2004
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd R) walks with former Afghan king Mohammed Zahir Shah (2nd L) during...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan President Hamid Karzai walks with former Afghan king Mohammed Zahir Shah in Kabul.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (2nd R) walks with former Afghan king Mohammed Zahir Shah (2nd L) during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Kabul December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Shah Marai/Pool sm/TW
ROYALS
RTXL6NO
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Prime Minister...
Rome, Italy
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Prime Minist.....
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi] at the Chigi Palace in Rome April 16, 2002. [Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai arrived earlier today in Rome to bring the former King home following a 29-year exile in the Italian capital.]
ROYALS
RTXL6NN
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Premier Silvio...
Rome, Italy
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Premier Silv.....
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on [prior to a meeting with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi] at the Chigi Palace in Rome April 16, 2002. [Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai arrived earlier today in Rome to accompany the former King home following a 29-year exile in the Italian capital.]
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SQS
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah (R) sits beside Afghan
interim leader Hamid Karzai during...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR SHAH SITS WITH AFGHAN LEADER
KARZAI.
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah (R) sits beside Afghan
interim leader Hamid Karzai during a meeting at the Chigi Palace in
Rome April 16, 2002. Karzai arrived earlier today in Rome to bring the
former King home following a 29-year exile in the Italian capital.
REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

DJM/CRB
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SQL
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Premier Silvio...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR SHAH LOOKS ON PRIOR TO A MEETING
WITH ITALIAN PREMIER BERLUSCONI....
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi at the Chigi Palace in
Rome April 16, 2002. Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai arrived earlier
today in Rome to bring the former King home following a 29-year exile
in the Italian capital. REUTERS/ Dylan Martinez

DJM/CRB
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SQE
April 16, 2002
Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai (L) smiles with Italian Premier
Silvio Berlusconi during a meeting...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN INTERIM LEADER HAMID KARZAI SMILES WITH ITALIAN PREMIER
BERLUSCONI IN ROME.
Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai (L) smiles with Italian Premier
Silvio Berlusconi during a meeting at the Chigi Palace in Rome April
16, 2002. Karzai arrived earlier today in Rome to accompany
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah home following a 29-year
exile in the Italian capital. REUTERS/ Dylan Martinez

DJM/AA
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SPT
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Prime Minister...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR SHAH LOOKS ON PRIOR TO A MEETING
WITH ITALIAN PREMIER BERLUSCONI....
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Chigi
Palace in Rome April 16, 2002. Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai
arrived earlier today in Rome to bring the former King home following a
29-year exile in the Italian capital. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

DJM
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SPD
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah (C), Afghan interim
leader Hamid Karzai (L) both look...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING SHAH SITS WITH ITALIAN PREMIER BERLUSCONI AND
AFGHAN LEADER KARZAI.
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah (C), Afghan interim
leader Hamid Karzai (L) both look on as Italian Premier Silvio
Berlusconi gestures during a meeting at the Chigi Palace in Rome April
16, 2002. Karzai arrived earlier today in Rome to accompany the former
King home following a 29-year exile in the Italian capital. REUTERS/
Dylan Martinez

DJM/AA
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SOY
April 16, 2002
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Premier Silvio...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR SHAH MEETS WITH ITALIAN PREMIER
BERLUSCONI.
Afghanistan's former King Mohammed Zahir Shah looks on prior to a
meeting with Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi at the Chigi Palace in
Rome April 16, 2002. Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai arrived earlier
today in Rome to accompany the former King home following a 29-year
exile in the Italian capital. REUTERS/ Dylan Martinez

DJM/AA
ITALY AFGHAN
RTR3SOJ
April 16, 2002
Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi (R) smiles as Afghanistan's former
King Mohammed Zahir Shah gestures...
Rome, Italy
AFGHAN'S FORMER KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR SHAH GESTURES WITH ITALIAN PREMIER
BERLUSCONI.
Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi (R) smiles as Afghanistan's former
King Mohammed Zahir Shah gestures during a meeting at the Chigi Palace
in Rome April 16, 2002. Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai arrived
earlier today in Rome to take the former King home following a 29-year
exile in the Italian capital. REUTERS/ Dylan Martinez

DJM/AA
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRO6Q8
October 15, 2001
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah is seen at his residence
on the outskirts of Rome October...
Rome, Italy
FORMER AFGHAN KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR IS SEEN AT HIS RESIDENCE ON THE
OUTSKIRTS OF ROME.
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah is seen at his residence
on the outskirts of Rome October 15, 2001. Zahir Shah, who turned 87
yesterday, met with Italy's Foreign Minister Renato Ruggiero and
France's Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine as diplomatic efforts continue
to try to find an alternative government to the Taliban.
REUTERS/Pool/Maurizio Brambatti

DJM
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRO6PU
October 15, 2001
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah (C) stands with Italian
Foreign Minister Renato Ruggiero...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN AND FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER RUGGIERO AND VEDRINE WITH THE
FORMER AFGHAN KING MOHAMMED ZAHIR....
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah (C) stands with Italian
Foreign Minister Renato Ruggiero and French Foreign Minister Hubert
Vedrine at his residence on the outskirts of Rome October 15, 2001.
Zahir Shah, who turned 87 yesterday, met with Ruggiero and Vedrine as
diplomatic efforts continue to find an alternative government to the
Taliban. REUTERS/Pool/Maurizio Brambatti

DJM/WS
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRO6PB
October 15, 2001
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah greets Italian Foreign
Minister Renato Ruggiero (L) at...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER RUGGIERO WITH THE FORMER AFGHAN KING MOHAMMED
ZAHIR.
Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah greets Italian Foreign
Minister Renato Ruggiero (L) at his residence on the outskirts of Rome
October 15, 2001. Zahir Shah, who turned 87 yesterday, met with
Ruggiero and France's Foreign Minister Hubet Vedrine as diplomatic
efforts continue to find an alternative government to the Taliban.
REUTERS/Pool/Maurizio Brambatti

DJM/WS
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRO5XT
October 15, 2001
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine (L) gestures during press
conference held at Farnesina palace...
Rome, Italy
FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER VEDRINE GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE
TOGETHER WITH HIS ITALIAN COUNTERPART....
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine (L) gestures during press
conference held at Farnesina palace together with his Italian
counterpart Renato Ruggiero (R) in Rome October 15, 2001. Vedrine and
Ruggiero met Former King of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah this
morning as diplomatic efforts continue to find an alternative
government to the Taliban. REUTERS/ Vincenzo Pinto REUTERS

VP
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRO5X4
October 15, 2001
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine smiles during a press conference
held at Farnesina palace together...
Rome, Italy
FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER VEDRINE GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE.
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine smiles during a press conference
held at Farnesina palace together with his Italian counterpart Renato
Ruggiero in Rome October 15, 2001. Vedrine and Ruggiero met Former King
of Afghanistan Mohammed Zahir Shah this morning as diplomatic efforts
continue to find an alternative government to the Taliban. REUTERS/
Vincenzo Pinto REUTERS

VP
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRNJI7
October 01, 2001
Abdul Sattar Sirat (R), senior advisor for the ex king of Afghanistan,
and Mohammed Younus Quanooni,...
Rome, Italy
ABDUL SATTAR SIRAT SENIOR ADVISOR FOR THE EX KING OF AFGHANISTAN SPEAKS
DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN...
Abdul Sattar Sirat (R), senior advisor for the ex king of Afghanistan,
and Mohammed Younus Quanooni, senior officer of the Northern alliance
and now head of the "United Front" delegation, attend a press
conference in Rome October 1, 2001. Former Afghan King Mohammad Zahir
Shah and the opposition Northern Alliance reached an agreement on
Monday aimed at ousting the Taliban rulers in Kabul, the two sides
said. Under the terms of accord, the anti-Taliban coalition called for
the convening of a traditional grand council of Afghan leaders.
REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AP/WS
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRNJBB
October 01, 2001
Mohammed Younus Quanooni, senior officer of the Northern Alliance and
now head of the "United Front"...
Rome, Italy
MOHAMMED YOUNUS QUANOONI SPEAKS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN ROME.
Mohammed Younus Quanooni, senior officer of the Northern Alliance and
now head of the "United Front" delegation, attends a press conference
in Rome October 1, 2001. Former Afghan King Mohammad Zahir Shah and the
opposition Northern Alliance reached an agreement on Monday aimed at
ousting the Taliban rulers in Kabul, the two sides said. Under the
terms of accord, the anti-Taliban coalition called for the convening of
a traditional grand council of Afghan leaders. REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico

AP/WS
AFGHANISTAN
RTXKSNJ
September 30, 2001
Afghan Commander Malik Zarin (L) flanked by U.S. House of Representatives leader Curt Weldon (C) and...
Rome, Italy
Afghan Commander Malik Zarin (L) flanked by U.S. House of Representatives leader Curt Weldon (C) and.....
Afghan Commander Malik Zarin (L) flanked by U.S. House of Representatives leader Curt Weldon (C) and by Afghan Northern Alliance member Mohammed Younus Quanooni (R), talk to reporters after meeting with the exiled king of Afghanistan [Mohammad Zahir Shah ]in his residence in Rome September 30, 2001. [The former king of Afghanistan received a firm pledge of support from senior U.S. politicians as he tries to forge a broad alliance to oust the fundamentalist Taliban regime in Kabul. ]
QUANOONI
RTXKSNI
September 30, 2001
Mohammed Younus Quanooni, member of the Northern Alliance of Afghanistan, talks to reporters after meeting...
Rome, Italy
Mohammed Younus Quanooni, member of the Northern Alliance of Afghanistan, talks to reporters after m.....
Mohammed Younus Quanooni, member of the Northern Alliance of Afghanistan, talks to reporters after meeting with members of the U.S. House of Representatives delegation and the exiled king of Afghanistan [Mohammad Zahir Shah] in his Rome's residence September 30, 2001. [The former king of Afghanistan received a firm pledge of support from senior U.S. politicians as he tries to forge a broad alliance to oust the fundamentalist Taliban regime in Kabul. ]
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRNHX1
September 30, 2001
Zia-Ahmed Massoud (first L), Mohammed Younus Quanooni, Mosthapa Zahir,
Prince Mirwais Zahir, and an...
Rome, Italy
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES DELEGATION MEETS AFGHAN NORTHERN ALLIANCE
MEMBERS IN ROME.
Zia-Ahmed Massoud (first L), Mohammed Younus Quanooni, Mosthapa Zahir,
Prince Mirwais Zahir, and an unidentified representative of Afghan
forces (first R), after meeting with members of the U.S. House of
Representatives delegation and the exiled king of Afghanistan Mohammad
Zahir Shah in his Rome's residence September 30, 2001. The former king
of Afghanistan received a firm pledge of support from senior U.S.
politicians as he tries to forge a broad alliance to oust the
fundamentalist Taliban regime in Kabul. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AP
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRNHWB
September 30, 2001
MOHAMMED YOUNUS QUANOONI TALKS TO REPORTERS AFTER MEETING WITH U.S.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES DELEGATION...
Rome, Italy
MOHAMMED YOUNUS QUANOONI TALKS TO REPORTERS AFTER MEETING WITH U.S.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES DELEGATION...
MOHAMMED YOUNUS QUANOONI TALKS TO REPORTERS AFTER MEETING WITH U.S.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES DELEGATION IN ROME.


Mohammed Younus Quanooni, member of the Northern Alliance of
Afghanistan, talks to reporters after meeting with members of the U.S.
House of Representatives delegation and the exiled king of Afghanistan
Mohammad Zahir Shah in his Rome's residence September 30, 2001. The
former king of Afghanistan received a firm pledge of support from
senior U.S. politicians as he tries to forge a broad alliance to oust
the fundamentalist Taliban regime in Kabul. REUTERS/Alessia
Pierdomenico
ATTACK AFGHAN KING
RTRNHVS
September 30, 2001
Afghan Commander Malik Zarin (L) flanked by U.S. House of
Representatives leader Curt Weldon (C) and...
Rome, Italy
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES DELEGATION MEETS AFGHAN NORTHERN ALLIANCE
MEMBERS IN ROME.
Afghan Commander Malik Zarin (L) flanked by U.S. House of
Representatives leader Curt Weldon (C) and by Afghan Northern Alliance
member Mohammed Younus Quanooni (R), talk to reporters after meeting
with the exiled king of Afghanistan Mohammad Zahir Shah in his
residence in Rome September 30, 2001. The former king of Afghanistan
received a firm pledge of support from senior U.S. politicians as he
tries to forge a broad alliance to oust the fundamentalist Taliban
regime in Kabul. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

AP
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 1