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USA-FED/
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March 18, 2015
Marrel Blehm (L to R), Loren Blehm from Muskugee, Oklahoma and salesman Chris and wife Monica Morris...
Berlin, Germany
Marrel Blehm, Loren Blehm from Muskugee, Oklahoma and salesman Chris and wife Monica Morris from Jacksonville,...
Marrel Blehm (L to R), Loren Blehm from Muskugee, Oklahoma and salesman Chris and wife Monica Morris from Jacksonville, Florida, who are on a joint business and tourist trip to Germany, pose for pictures at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin March 15, 2015. When asked if the strength of the US dollar had made a difference to their trip, Loren said: "We were here last year when the euro was up, and there's a big difference. It makes a big difference in what you do. There's more money to spend". Chris added: "The price of the euro going down will help me for sure to sell more stuff into Europe". The euro's exchange rate against the U.S. dollar has fallen about 25 percent since the middle of 2014 to within a few cents of a 1:1 parity rate not seen since 2002. The steep slide in one of the world's pivotal currency pairs comes as interest rate policy either side of the Atlantic diverges. The U.S. Federal Reserve (FED) is preparing for its first official rate rise in nine years just as the European Central Bank (ECB) is driving down long-term euro borrowing costs through its launch this month of a bond-buying, or "quantitative easing", policy. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-FED/
RTR4TW17
March 18, 2015
Oskar Debernardini, engineer from Wisconsin on business trip, poses for a picture at the Brandenburg...
Berlin, Germany
Oskar Debernardini, engineer from Wisconsin on a business trip, poses for a picture at the Brandenburg...
Oskar Debernardini, engineer from Wisconsin on business trip, poses for a picture at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin March 15, 2015. When asked if the strength of the US dollar had made a difference to his trip, Debernardini said: "The near parity of the euro with the dollar has obviously helped us, because for us things are cheaper than before". The euro's exchange rate against the U.S. dollar has fallen about 25 percent since the middle of 2014 to within a few cents of a 1:1 parity rate not seen since 2002. The steep slide in one of the world's pivotal currency pairs comes as interest rate policy either side of the Atlantic diverges. The U.S. Federal Reserve (FED) is preparing for its first official rate rise in nine years just as the European Central Bank (ECB) is driving down long-term euro borrowing costs through its launch this month of a bond-buying, or "quantitative easing", policy. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/ELECTION
RTR4DTC9
November 12, 2014
Visitor are seen through a metal gate as they have their pictures taken in front of the parliament building...
Tokyo, Japan
Visitors have their pictures taken front of parliament building in Tokyo
Visitor are seen through a metal gate as they have their pictures taken in front of the parliament building in Tokyo November 12, 2014. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will postpone a planned tax increase and call a general election for December, a newspaper said on Wednesday, in an effort to lock in his grip on power before his voter ratings suffer a slide. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR2VPJU
December 29, 2011
A disabled Israeli soldier, Ben Naim, 21, slides down a zip line at the Tower of David Museum, near Jaffa...
Jerusalem, Israel
A disabled Israeli soldier, Naim, slides down a zip line at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem's...
A disabled Israeli soldier, Ben Naim, 21, slides down a zip line at the Tower of David Museum, near Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem's Old City December 29, 2011. In light of International Day of Persons with Disabilities marked earlier this month, a local non-profit organization funded by Israel's national insurance institute held the event in which physically challenged youths from the organisation had a chance to abseil and ride zip lines near the walls of the Old City. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: SOCIETY MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXAWEF
November 24, 2008
Sluice gates, which are parts of a 33 km-long sea dyke and shut out ocean waters, are seen at the Saemangeum...
GUNSAN, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-ENVIRONMENT/
Sluice gates, which are parts of a 33 km-long sea dyke and shut out ocean waters, are seen at the Saemangeum land reclamation project area in Gunsan, about 200 km (124 miles) south of Seoul, November 12, 2008. South Korea is betting a multi-billion dollar land reclamation project about seven times the size of Manhattan will lift the economy but environmentalists say it could be one of the country's biggest ecological blunders. The Saemangeum land reclamation project uses a 33 km (20.5 mile) sea dyke to reclaim an area of 400 square kms (155 sq miles), turning coastal tidelands that are key feeding areas for globally threatened birds into land for factories, golf courses and water treatment plants. To match feature KOREA-ENVIRONMENT/ REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz (SOUTH KOREA)
ALPINE-SKIING-WOMEN/
RTR22N6Y
February 23, 2008
Marc Berthod of Switzerland slides on his back between gates after crashing in the men's giant slalom...
Whistler, Canada
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Berthod of Switzerland slides between gates after crashing in the giant slalom...
Marc Berthod of Switzerland slides on his back between gates after crashing in the men's giant slalom Alpine Skiing World Cup race in Whistler, British Columbia, February 23, 2008. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CANADA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
ALPINE-SKIING-MEN/
RTR1XHA4
February 23, 2008
Marc Berthod of Switzerland slides on his back between gates after crashing in the men's giant slalom...
Whistler, Canada
Berthod of Switzerland slides between gates after crashing in the giant slalom of the men's Alpine Skiing...
Marc Berthod of Switzerland slides on his back between gates after crashing in the men's giant slalom Alpine Skiing World Cup race in Whistler, British Columbia, February 23, 2008. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CANADA) FOR BEST QUALITY ALSO SEE: GF2E4CH0C9V01
SPORT ALPINE SKIING
RTR1JP5E
November 25, 2006
Sweden's Anja Paerson slides down the side of the course carrying her skis after missing a gate and not...
Aspen, UNITED STATES
Sweden's Anja Paerson slides down the side of the course carrying her skis after missing a gate and not...
Sweden's Anja Paerson slides down the side of the course carrying her skis after missing a gate and not finishing the 1st run of the Women's World Cup giant slalom in Aspen, Colorado November 25, 2006. REUTERS/Mark Leffingwell (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY MERKEL EAST
RTR19NGO
June 03, 2005
A man cycles through the medieval 'Berliner Tor' city gate in Templin, the hometown of Angela Merkel,...
Templin, Germany
To accompany feature story Germany-Merkel-East
A man cycles through the medieval 'Berliner Tor' city gate in Templin, the hometown of Angela Merkel, German opposition leader and top candidate of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) for Germany's upcoming general election, some 80 kilometres (50 miles) north of Berlin, June 3, 2005. Merkel's eastern roots are unlikely to win her many votes in the pleasant but eerily quiet east German town of Templin or in the severely depressed regions that surround it. Residents here, struggling with depopulation and unemployment arround 25 percent, are sceptical Merkel can reverse an economic slide that German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder has been powerless to halt during his seven years in office. Picture taken June 3, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY GERMANY-MERKEL-EAST REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR12LEW
September 21, 1999
Minnesota Twins' Brent Gates (R) scores ahead of the tag made by Oakland Athletics catcher Mike MacFarlane...
Oakland, USA
TWINS GATES SLIDES SAFELY UNDER TAG BY ATHLETICS MACFARLANE.
Minnesota Twins' Brent Gates (R) scores ahead of the tag made by Oakland Athletics catcher Mike MacFarlane during the first inning at the Oakland Coliseum, September 20. Twins' Ron Coomer hit a sacrifice fly to Athletics Matt Stairs on the play.

CBM/SV
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR126GJ
August 18, 1999
Minnesota Twins' Brent Gates slides in vain into third base attempting to reach on a base hit by Todd...
Baltimore, USA
TWINS GATES OUT AT THIRD AGAINST THE ORIOLES.
Minnesota Twins' Brent Gates slides in vain into third base attempting to reach on a base hit by Todd Walker as Baltimore Orioles' Ryan Minor (L) makes the tag, August 17 in Camden Yards. Gates was thrown out by rightfielder Albert Belle.

JG/HB
RTR57H
February 25, 1996
France's Ives Dimier slides down towards the finish line after crashing through the last gate of the...
Spain
FRANCE'S IVES DIMIER SLIDES TOWARDS FINISH LINE
France's Ives Dimier slides down towards the finish line after crashing through the last gate of the Neveros course during the first run of the men's slalom race in the Alpine skiing world championships on February 25. Dimier was disqualified.

ALPINE SKIING
ROYALS
RTXH152
January 08, 1996
Prince Harry passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss and British...
Prince Harry passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss and Bri.....
Prince Harry passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss and British members of parliament on Mount Pischa in Davos, January 8. The Prince-of-Wales and his sons Harry and William spent their winter holidays in the Swiss resort of Klosters and were now joining politicians for this traditional event
ROYALS
RTXH14U
January 08, 1996
The Prince of Wales passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss and...
The Prince of Wales passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss .....
The Prince of Wales passes a gate as he slides down a hill during the annual ski race between Swiss and British members of parliament in Davos, January 8. Prince Charles spent his winter holidays in the Swiss resort of Klosters and was now joining politicians for this traditional event
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