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: SHORT-Clare-

BRITAIN/
RTR29QYC
February 02, 2010
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (R), arrives to give evidence to the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (R), arrives to give evidence to the Iraq War inquiry in London February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR29QYB
February 02, 2010
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq War inquiry in London February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR29QY9
February 02, 2010
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (L), arrives to give evidence to the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (L), arrives to give evidence to the Iraq War inquiry in London February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR29QY1
February 02, 2010
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short arrives to give evidence to the Iraq War inquiry in London February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
BRITAIN/
RTR29QXV
February 02, 2010
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (C), arrives to give evidence to the...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short, arrives to give evidence to the Iraq...
Britain's former International Development Secretary Clare Short (C), arrives to give evidence to the Iraq War inquiry in London February 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA/
RTXCRZD
March 14, 2009
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal (R) meets British member of parliament Clare Short (2nd R), British Baroness...
Damascus, Syria
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal meets British MP Clare Short, British Baroness Jenny Tonge and Baroness Lindsay...
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal (R) meets British member of parliament Clare Short (2nd R), British Baroness Jenny Tonge (3rd L) and Baroness Lindsay Northover (L) in Damascus March 14, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS)
SYRIA/
RTXCRZ3
March 14, 2009
Irish member of parliament Chris Andrews (C) speaks as Scottish member of parliament Sandra White (R),...
Damascus, Syria
Irish member of parliament Chris Andrews speaks during a news conference after the group meeting with...
Irish member of parliament Chris Andrews (C) speaks as Scottish member of parliament Sandra White (R), British member of parliament Clare Short (2nd R), British member of parliament Lynne Jones (2nd L) and British Baroness Lindsay Northover (3nd L) look on during a news conference after the group meeting with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal,in Damascus March 14, 2009. Osama Hamdan, representative of Hamas movement in Lebanon is also pictured at left. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS)
SYRIA/
RTXCRYJ
March 14, 2009
Osama Hamdan (L), representative of Hamas movement in Lebanon and British member of parliament Clare...
Damascus, Syria
Osama Hamdan, representative of Hamas movement in Lebanon and British member of parliament Clare Short,...
Osama Hamdan (L), representative of Hamas movement in Lebanon and British member of parliament Clare Short, attend a news conference after Short's meeting with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Damascus March 14, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS)
SYRIA/
RTXCRYF
March 14, 2009
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal (R) meets British member of parliament Clare Short (2nd R), British Baroness...
Damascus, Syria
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal meets British MP Clare Short, British Baroness Jenny Tonge and Baroness Lindsay...
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal (R) meets British member of parliament Clare Short (2nd R), British Baroness Jenny Tonge (3rd L) and Baroness Lindsay Northover (L) in Damascus March 14, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS)
BRITAIN
RTR1A5WQ
August 06, 2005
Britain's Clare Short arrives for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Britain's former...
London, UK
Britain's Clare Short arrives for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Robin Cook in...
Britain's Clare Short arrives for the Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Britain's former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey, London December 5, 2005. Cook, died on August 6, 2005 at Raigmore Hospital after collapsing whilst walking on Ben Stack mountain in northwest Scotland. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
SHORT
RTXMGHU
March 03, 2004
Labour MP Clare Short addresses a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical...
London, UK
Labour MP Clare Short addresses a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Ge.....
Labour MP Clare Short addresses a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. [Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law.]
SHORT
RTXMGHT
March 03, 2004
Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the best way to help Africa at the...
London, UK
Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the best way to help Africa at the.....
Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. [Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war.]
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRDT0Y
February 27, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) shakes hands with Costa Rican President Abel Pacheco...
New York
SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN WALKS WITH COSTA RICAN PRESIDENT AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) shakes hands with Costa Rican President Abel Pacheco after a meeting in New York, February 27, 2004. Former British government minister Clare Short, who was in government when London and Washington were seeking U.N. backing to attack Iraq, kicked up a diplomatic storm with her claim Thursday that Britain bugged the offices of Annan in the run-up to the war. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRDT0F
February 27, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) speaks in his office with French Ambassador to the United...
New York
SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN SPEAKS WITH FRENCH AMBASSADOR AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) speaks in his office with French Ambassador to the United Nations Jean-Manc de la Sabliere, in New York, February 27, 2004. The French ambassador will assume the rotating ruling presidency of the U.N. Security Council next month. Former British government minister Clare Short, who was in government when London and Washington were seeking U.N. backing to attack Iraq, kicked up a diplomatic storm with her claim Thursday that Britain bugged the offices of Annan in the run-up to the war. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRDSZO
February 27, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) walks with Costa Rican President Abel Pacheco after a...
New York
SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN WALKS WITH COSTA RICAN PRESIDENT AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) walks with Costa Rican President Abel Pacheco after a meeting in New York, February 27, 2004. Former British government minister Clare Short, who was in government when London and Washington were seeking U.N. backing to attack Iraq, kicked up a diplomatic storm with her claim Thursday that Britain bugged the offices of Annan in the run-up to the war. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDSY1
February 27, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan stands in his office prior to a meeting with French Ambassador...
New York
UN SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN IN HIS OFFICE AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan stands in his office prior to a meeting with French Ambassador to the United Nations Jean-Manc de la Sabliere, in New York, February 27, 2004. Former British government minister Clare Short, who was in government when London and Washington were seeking U.N. backing to attack Iraq, kicked up a diplomatic storm with her claim Thursday that Britain bugged the offices of Annan in the run-up to the war. REUTERS/Chip East CME/GN
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDSXR
February 27, 2004
The desk and office of United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in New York on February 27, 2004....
New York
OFFICE OF SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
The desk and office of United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in New York on February 27, 2004. Former government minister Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDSIU
February 27, 2004
Secretary General Kofi Annan addresses the United Nations Security Council in New York on February 27,...
New York
SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
Secretary General Kofi Annan addresses the United Nations Security Council in New York on February 27, 2004. Former government minister Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME
USA
RTXMG50
February 26, 2004
-FILE PHOTO 19MAR03- A file photograph shows the then International Development Secretary Clare Short...
New York, USA
-FILE PHOTO 19MAR03- A file photograph shows the then International Development Secretary Clare Shor.....
-FILE PHOTO 19MAR03- A file photograph shows the then International Development Secretary Clare Short (L) being greeted by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan as they meet at the United Nations in New York on March 19, 2003. [Former government minister Clare Short said on Thursday that Britain conducted spying operations on United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan in the run-up to
last year's war on Iraq.]
SHORT
RTXMG3C
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, UK
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, Februar.....
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. [Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him.]
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRTE93
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair holds his hand to his face during a visit to the Merkinch Community...
Inverness, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS A COMMUNITY CENTRE IN INVERNESS SCOTLAND.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair holds his hand to his face during a visit to the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Cheskin MD/FMS
BRITAIN
RTREBZJ
February 26, 2004
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL...
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY LONDON. Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/David Bebber
BRITAIN
RTREBYJ
February 26, 2004
LABOUR MP SHORT ADDRESSES A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
LABOUR MP SHORT ADDRESSES A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL...
LABOUR MP SHORT ADDRESSES A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY LONDON. Labour MP Clare Short addresses a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/David Bebber
BRITAIN
RTREBXQ
February 26, 2004
Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the best way to help Africa at the...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY IN LONDON.
Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war. REUTERS/David Bebber BEB/MD/JV
BRITAIN
RTREBXD
February 26, 2004
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL...
LABOUR MP SHORT LISTENS TO SPEAKERS AT A SEMINAR CONCERNING THE THE BEST WAY TO HELP AFRICA AT THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY LONDON. Labour MP Clare Short listens to speakers at a seminar concerning the the best way to help Africa at the Royal Geographical Society, London, March 3, 2004. Short, a former member of Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair's cabinet, said on February 26, 2004 that Britain had spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/David Bebber
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDQ6Y
February 26, 2004
British Deputy Ambassador to the U.N. Adam Thomson addresses the United Nations Security Council in New...
New York
BRITISH SENIOR DIPLOMAT AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
British Deputy Ambassador to the U.N. Adam Thomson addresses the United Nations Security Council in New York February 26, 2004, which was discussing the situation in Haiti. Former International Development Secretary Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDQ5J
February 26, 2004
Secretary General Kofi Annan sits at his position at the United Nations Security Council in New York...
New York
SECRETARY GENERAL KOFI ANNAN AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
Secretary General Kofi Annan sits at his position at the United Nations Security Council in New York February 26, 2004. Former International Development Secretary Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDQ4Q
February 26, 2004
United States Ambassador to the UN John Negroponte (R) speaks with British senior diplomat Julian King...
New York
US AND UK DIPLOMATS SPEAK AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United States Ambassador to the UN John Negroponte (R) speaks with British senior diplomat Julian King (L) in the Security Council chambers of the United Nations in New York February 26, 2004. Former International Development Secretary Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPZM
February 26, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) meets with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili at...
New York
KOFI ANNAN MEETS GEORGIAN PRESIDENT AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan (R) meets with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili at UN headquarters in New York February 26, 2004. Former British International Develeopment Secretary Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPY4
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February...
Inverness, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS A COMMUNITY CENTRE IN INVERNESS SCOTLAND.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Cheskin MD/FMS
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPX0
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February...
Inverness, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS A COMMUNITY CENTRE IN INVERNESS SCOTLAND.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Cheskin MD/FMS
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPVQ
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February...
Inverness, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR VISITS A COMMUNITY CENTRE IN INVERNESS SCOTLAND.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Merkinch Community Centre in Inverness, Scotland, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Cheskin MD/FMS
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPD6
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GIVES HIS MONTHLY NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Sandison MD/ACM
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPCQ
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GIVES HIS MONTHLY NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/David Sandison MD/ACM
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPA8
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) takes questions from journalists during his monthly news conference...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GIVES HIS MONTHLY NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) takes questions from journalists during his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/Johnny Green MD/ACM
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDP3Q
February 26, 2004
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GIVES HIS MONTHLY NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gives his monthly news conference at 10 Downing Street, London, February 26, 2004. Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan before the Iraq war, former minister Clare Short said on Thursday, threatening a fresh crisis for Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. Blair declined to address the claim beyond saying British security services acted within domestic and international law. REUTERS/POOL/Johnny Green MD/JSG/ACM
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDOI8
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE SHORT AVOIDS REPORTERS' QUESTIONS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree MC/ASA/JB
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDOHL
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE SHORT AVOIDS REPORTERS' QUESTIONS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree MC/ASA/JB
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDOH6
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE SHORT AVOIDS REPORTERS' QUESTIONS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree MC/ASA/JB
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDOFW
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE AVOIDS REPORTERS' QUESTIONS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree MC/ASA/JB
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDOF7
February 26, 2004
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE AVOIDS REPORTERS' QUESTIONS IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Former cabinet minister Britain's Clare Short avoids reporters' questions in central London, February 26, 2004. Short on Thursday said Britain spied on U.N. chief Kofi Annan in the run-up to the Iraq war, threatening a fresh crisis for Prime Minister Tony Blair as he tries to put the conflict behind him. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree MC/ASA/JB
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPZS
February 25, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is seen in his conference room during a meeting with Georgian...
New York
KOFI ANNAN IN CONFERENCE WITH UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is seen in his conference room during a meeting with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili (not pictured) in New York on February 25, 2004. Former British International Develeopment Secretary Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
IRAQ BRITAIN SPIES
RTRDPZE
February 25, 2004
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is seen in his conference room during a meeting with Georgian...
New York
KOFI ANNAN AT UNITED NATIONS IN NEW YORK.
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is seen in his conference room during a meeting with Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili (not pictured) in New York on February 25, 2004. Former British aid minister Clare Short said Annan's office had been specifically targeted along with the offices of Security Council members Chile, Mexico, Cameroon, Angola, Guinea and Pakistan for the installation of listening devices used by the British and American governments during the debate at the UN prior to the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
BRITAIN BLAIR
RTR3W3W
September 29, 2003
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLARE
SHORT AND SECRETARY OF STATE...
Bournemouth, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLARE
SHORT AND SECRETARY OF STATE...
BRITAIN'S FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLARE
SHORT AND SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HEALTH DR JOHN REID LISTEN TO A FRINGE
MEETING DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE IN
BOURNEMOUTH.
AMOS
RTXLYGE
May 14, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development Baroness Valerie Amos smiles as she...
London, UK
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development Baroness Valerie Amos smiles as sh.....
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development Baroness Valerie Amos smiles as she leaves Downing Street in London, May 14, 2003. [Amos visited Downing Street on Wednesday for the first time since her appointment following the resignation of Clare Short on May 13.]
BRITAIN
RTRNIJI
May 14, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development
Baroness Valerie Amos (L), President...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S BARONESS VALERIE AMOS, PRESIDENT MKAPA OF TANZANIA AND PRIME
MINISTER TONY BLAIR IN LONDON....
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development
Baroness Valerie Amos (L), President of Tanzania Benjamin Mkapa (C) and
Prime Minister Tony Blair face the media from the steps of Downing
Street, London, May 14, 2003. Amos visited Downing Street on Wednesday
for the first time since her appointment following the resignation of
Clare Short on May 13. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRNIIP
May 14, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development
Baroness Valerie Amos smiles as she...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S BARONESS VALERIE AMOS SMILES AS SHE LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN
LONDON.
Britain's newly appointed Secretary for International Development
Baroness Valerie Amos smiles as she leaves Downing Street in London,
May 14, 2003. Amos visited Downing Street on Wednesday for the first
time since her appointment following the resignation of Clare Short on
May 13. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/NMB
IRAQ BRITAIN BLAIR
RTR156EC
May 13, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) says goodbye to the Emir of
Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa (R) and...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO THE EMIR OF QATAR AND
HIS ENTOURAGE IN DOWNING STREET...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) says goodbye to the Emir of
Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa (R) and his entourage outside number 10 Downing
Street, London, May 13, 2003. Blair brushed aside calls on Tuesday to
publish the legal advice he was given over Iraq, after the former
International Development Secretary Clare Short resigned on Monday and
accused him of ignoring that counsel. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/JV
IRAQ BRITAIN BLAIR
RTRNFMN
May 13, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) says goodbye to the Emir of
Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa outside...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO EMIR OF QATAR IN DOWNING
STREET LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) says goodbye to the Emir of
Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa outside number 10 Downing Street, London, May
13, 2003. Blair brushed aside calls on Tuesday to publish the legal
advice he was given over Iraq, after the former International
Development Secretary Clare Short resigned on Monday and accused him of
ignoring that counsel. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/JV
IRAQ BRITAIN BLAIR
RTRNFM8
May 13, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair waves goodbye to the Emir of Qatar
Hamad bin Khalifa and his entourage...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO THE EMIR OF QATAR AND
HIS ENTOURAGE IN DOWNING STREET...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair waves goodbye to the Emir of Qatar
Hamad bin Khalifa and his entourage outside number 10 Downing Street,
London, May 13, 2003. Blair brushed aside calls on Tuesday to publish
the legal advice he was given over Iraq, after the former International
Development Secretary Clare Short resigned on Monday and accused him of
ignoring that counsel. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/JV
IRAQ BRITAIN BLAIR
RTRNFLK
May 13, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair stands outside number 10 Downing
Street, London, after waving goodbye...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO THE EMIR OF QATAR AND
HIS ENTOURAGE IN DOWNING STREET...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair stands outside number 10 Downing
Street, London, after waving goodbye to the Emir of Qatar Hamad bin
Khalifa and his entourage, May 13, 2003. Blair brushed aside calls on
Tuesday to publish the legal advice he was given over Iraq, after the
former International Development Secretary Clare Short resigned on
Monday and accused him of ignoring that counsel. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH/MD/JV
SHORT
RTXLY36
May 12, 2003
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Millbank television studios after announcing her resignation as Secretary...
London, UK
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Millbank television studios after announcing her resignation as Sec.....
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Millbank television studios after announcing her resignation as Secretary of State for International Development in London, May 12, 2003. [Short, who fiercely criticised Prime Minister Tony Blair over war in Iraq, quit the government on Monday. Junior Foreign Office minister Baroness Amos was announced as her replacement.]
AMOS
RTXLY34
May 12, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for photos...
London, UK
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for p.....
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for photos in her office in London, May 12, 2003. Former Secretary of State for International Development [Clare Short resigned on Monday accusing Prime Minister Tony Blair of breaking promises over the future of Iraq.]
AMOS
RTXLY33
May 12, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for photos...
London, UK
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for p.....
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International Development Baroness Amos poses for photos in her office in London, May 12, 2003. Former Secretary of State for International Development [Clare Short resigned on Monday accusing Prime Minister Tony Blair of breaking promises over the future of Iraq.]
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRNDM0
May 12, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S NEWLY APPOINTED BARONESS AMOS POSES FOR PHOTOS IN HER OFFICE
IN LONDON.
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos in her office in London, May
12, 2003. Former Secretary of State for International Development Clare
Short resigned on Monday accusing Prime Minister Tony Blair of breaking
promises over the future of Iraq. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/NMB
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRNDL8
May 12, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S NEWLY APPOINTED BARONESS AMOS POSES FOR PHOTOS IN HER OFFICE
IN LONDON.
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos in her office in London, May
12, 2003. Former Scetretary of State for International Development
Clare Short resigned on Monday accusing Prime Minister Tony Blair of
breaking promises over the future of Iraq. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/NMB
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRNDKV
May 12, 2003
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S NEWLY APPOINTED BARONESS AMOS POSES FOR PHOTOS IN HER OFFICE
IN LONDON.
Britain's newly appointed Secretary of State for International
Development Baroness Amos poses for photos in her office in London, May
12, 2003. Former Secretary of State for International Development Clare
Short resigned on Monday accusing Prime Minister Tony Blair of breaking
promises over the future of Iraq. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/NMB
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRNDB5
May 12, 2003
Britain's Clare Short smiles through a rain-covered car window as she
leaves Millbank television studios...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S CLARE SHORT SMILES AFTER ANNOUNCING RESIGNATION IN LONDON.
Britain's Clare Short smiles through a rain-covered car window as she
leaves Millbank television studios after announcing her resignation as
Secretary of State for International Development in London, May 12,
2003. Short, who fiercely criticised Prime Minister Tony Blair over war
in Iraq, quit the government on Monday. Junior Foreign Office minister
Baroness Amos was announced as her replacement. REUTERS/Peter
Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/AA
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRNDAE
May 12, 2003
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Millbank television studios after
announcing her resignation as Secretary...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S SHORT LEAVES MILLBANK AFTER ANNOUNCING RESIGNATION AS
DEVELOPMENT SECRETARY IN LONDON.
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Millbank television studios after
announcing her resignation as Secretary of State for International
Development in London, May 12, 2003. Short, who fiercely criticised
Prime Minister Tony Blair over war in Iraq, quit the government on
Monday. Junior Foreign Office minister Baroness Amos was announced as
her replacement. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

ASA/AA
BRITAIN SHORT
RTRND6A
May 12, 2003
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Department for International
Development after announcing her resignation...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S SHORT LEAVES THE DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
AFTER ANNOUNCING RESIGNATION IN...
Britain's Clare Short leaves the Department for International
Development after announcing her resignation as Secretary of State for
International Development in London, May 12, 2003. Short, who fiercely
criticised Prime Minister Tony Blair over war in Iraq, quit the
government on Monday. Junior Foreign Office minister Baroness Amos was
announced as her replacement. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 3