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SCOTLAND-HUSKIES/
RTX4HSBZ
January 22, 2018
A Husky dog is tethered before practice for the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge, Scotland, Britain...
FESHIEBRIDGE, United Kingdom
A Husky dog is tethered before practice for the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge, Scotland
A Husky dog is tethered before practice for the Aviemore Sled Dog Rally in Feshiebridge, Scotland, Britain January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
SOCCER-WORLD/
RTR2EY49
June 09, 2010
South Africa's Suprise Moriri stretches during a training session in Johannesburg, June 9, 2010. The...
Johannesburg, South Africa
South Africa's Suprise Moriri stretches during a training session in Johannesburg
South Africa's Suprise Moriri stretches during a training session in Johannesburg, June 9, 2010. The 2010 Soccer World Cup kicks off on June 11 at Soccer City stadium with the match between South Africa and Mexico. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-FRIENDLY/
RTR2CB76
April 01, 2010
Paraguay's Julio Manzur (5) fights for the ball with South Africa's Suprise Moriri (19) during their...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Paraguay's Manzur fights for the ball with South Africa's Moriri during their friendly soccer match in...
Paraguay's Julio Manzur (5) fights for the ball with South Africa's Suprise Moriri (19) during their friendly soccer match in preparation for the 2010 World Cup, in Asuncion March 31, 2010. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
BRITAIN-HBOS/
RTXBNPA
February 15, 2009
Signage for Lloyds Banking Group's banks, Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) and Lloyds TSB are pictured...
London, United Kingdom
Signage for Lloyds Banking Group's banks, Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) and Lloyds TSB are pictured...
Signage for Lloyds Banking Group's banks, Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) and Lloyds TSB are pictured in central London February 15, 2009. Massive losses revealed on Friday at the HBOS unit of Lloyds Banking Group plc were not a suprise to the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the regulator's chairman Adair Turner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
LEISURE FASHION MODEL
RTR1HGKJ
September 18, 2006
Model Kate Moss (R) takes her seat at the Unique fashion show by Topshop along with owner Philip Green...
London, United Kingdom
Kate Moss and Philip Green arrive at Topshop fashion show in London
Model Kate Moss (R) takes her seat at the Unique fashion show by Topshop along with owner Philip Green in London September 17, 2006. The girl at (L) is unidentified. Her suprise appearance at Topshop's Unique fashion show fuelled UK newspaper speculation the supermodel could be considering designing a range for the fashion chain. Moss, who has seen her career go from strength to strength since a British newspaper printed pictures of her apparently snorting cocaine, declined to comment. Picture taken September 17, 2006. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN)
USA
RTR16SZH
March 02, 2006
Parliament Funkadelic band member George Clinton (L) smiles after surprising students during an appearance...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Parliament Funkadelic member Clinton smiles after suprising students in Boston
Parliament Funkadelic band member George Clinton (L) smiles after surprising students during an appearance as a stand-in professor at Berklee College of Music's P-Funk Ensemble class in Boston, Massachusetts, March 2, 2006. Clinton's visit is part of a television segment to be aired on mtvU. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
RUSSIA
RTRCDHI
February 10, 2004
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev speaks during the 4th congress of the People's...
Moscow, Russian Federation
RODINA BLOC LEADER GLAZYEV SPEAKS AT A PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW.
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev speaks during the 4th congress of the People's Will political party in Moscow February 10, 2004. Rodina, who gained a suprising following in a recent parliamentary election, have failed to consolidate their new position after a series of internal disagreements. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin WAW/CRB
RUSSIA
RTRCD6N
February 10, 2004
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev (below) looks on as co-leader Dmitry Rogozin...
Moscow, Russian Federation
RODINA BLOC LEADERS GLAZYEV AND ROGOZIN AT A PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW.
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev (below) looks on as co-leader Dmitry Rogozin takes the podium during the 4th congress of the People's Will political party in Moscow February 10, 2004. Rodina, who gained a suprising following in a recent parliamentary election, have failed to consolidate their new position after a series of internal disagreements. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin WAW/CRB
RUSSIA
RTRCCXZ
February 10, 2004
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev (L) and co-leader Dmitry Rogozin observe...
Moscow, Russian Federation
RODINA BLOC LEADERS GLAZYEV AND ROGOZIN ATTEND PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW.
Rodina bloc leader and Presidential candidate Sergei Glazyev (L) and co-leader Dmitry Rogozin observe proceedings during the 4th congress of the People's Will political party in Moscow February 10, 2004. Rodina, who gained a suprise following in a recent parliamentary election, have failed to consolidate their new position on the Russian political scene after a series of internal disagreements. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin WAW/JV
RUSSIA
RTRCCWZ
February 10, 2004
Rodina bloc leader Dmitry Rogozin takes the podium during the 4th congress of the People's Will political...
Moscow, Russian Federation
RODINA BLOC LEADER ROGOZIN ATTENDS PARTY CONGRESS IN MOSCOW.
Rodina bloc leader Dmitry Rogozin takes the podium during the 4th congress of the People's Will political party in Moscow February 10, 2004. Rodina who gained a suprise following in recent parliamentary elections, have failed to consolidate their new position after a series of internal disagreements. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin WAW
MOSCOW
RTR9E68
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, prepares abseil into a Moscow...
Moscow, Russia
A STEEPLEJACK PREPARES TO ENTER AN APARTMENT IN MOSCOW.
A steeplejack dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, prepares abseil into a Moscow apartment from the outside, to give presents to a boy, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale the walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/ASTR
MOSCOW
RTR9E60
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment...
Moscow, Russian Federation
A STEEPLEJACK ABSEILS DOWN A MOSCOW APARTMENT DRESSED AS FATHER FROST.
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment from the outside, to give presents to a boy, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/AS
MOSCOW
RTR9E5Q
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment...
Moscow, Russian Federation
A STEEPLEJACK ABSEILS DOWN A MOSCOW APARTMENT DRESSED AS FATHER FROST.
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment from the outside, to give presents to a boy, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin REUTERS AS/AS
MOSCOW
RTR9E5A
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment...
Moscow, Russia
A STEEPLEJACK ABSEILS DOWN A MOSCOW APARTMENT DRESSED AS FATHER FROST.
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment from the outside, to give presents to a boy, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/AS
MOSCOW
RTR9E50
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack gets dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, as he prepares to get...
Moscow, Russia
A STEEPLEJACK PREPARES TO DRESS UP AS FATHER FROST ON A ROOF IN MOSCOW.
A steeplejack gets dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, as he prepares to get into a Moscow apartment from the outside, to give presents to a boy, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale the walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/ASTR
RUSSIA
RTR96V1
December 23, 2003
A STEEPLEJACK DRESSED AS 'FATHER FROST' GETS INTO A MOSCOW APARTMENT FROM THE OUTSIDE TO GIVE PRESENTS...
Moscow, Russian Federation
A STEEPLEJACK DRESSED AS 'FATHER FROST' GETS INTO A MOSCOW APARTMENT FROM THE OUTSIDE TO GIVE ...
A STEEPLEJACK DRESSED AS 'FATHER FROST' GETS INTO A MOSCOW APARTMENT FROM THE OUTSIDE TO GIVE PRESENTS TO A BOY. A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, gets into a Moscow apartment from the outside to give presents to a boy December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale the walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA
RTR96PR
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, scales the wall of a Moscow...
Moscow, Russian Federation
A STEEPLEJACK DRESSED AS SANTA CLAUS SCALES WALLS OF MOSCOW APARTMENT BUILDINGS.
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, scales the wall of a Moscow apartment building, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale the walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/THI
RUSSIA
RTR96PE
December 23, 2003
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, scales the wall of a Moscow...
Moscow, Russian Federation
A STEEPLEJACK DRESSED AS SANTA CLAUS SCALES WALLS OF MOSCOW APARTMENT BUILDINGS.
A steeplejack, dressed as Father Frost, Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus, scales the wall of a Moscow apartment building, December 23, 2003. Several steeplejacks in Moscow are paid during the Christmas period by parents to scale the walls and enter apartments to suprise the children inside. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/THI
BUSH IRAQ
RTR7SAS
November 27, 2003
U.S. President George W. Bush surprises U.S. military troops stationed
in Iraq with a secret Thanksgiving...
Baghdad, USA
US PRESIDENT BUSH SUPRISES US MILITARY IN IRAQ WITH THANKSGIVING VISIT.
U.S. President George W. Bush surprises U.S. military troops stationed
in Iraq with a secret Thanksgiving Day visit to personally honor their
service and sacrifice, at the Baghdad International Airport, November
27, 2003. President Bush stunned U.S. troops in Iraq on Thursday by
turning up at their Thanksgiving dinner after a risky 27-hour flight
saying he was "just looking for a warm meal." The highly secretive,
morale-boosting visit took place as Washington and its allies come
under intense pressure in Iraq. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH IRAQ
RTR7S87
November 27, 2003
U.S. President George W. Bush suprises U.S. troops stationed in Iraq
with a secret Thanksgiving Day...
Iraq - Republic of
US PRESIDENT BUSH ADDRESSES TROOPS IN IRAQ.
U.S. President George W. Bush suprises U.S. troops stationed in Iraq
with a secret Thanksgiving Day visit to personally honor their service
and sacrifice, at the Baghdad International Airport, November 27, 2003.
The president arrived in Iraq unannounced and spoke standing next to
U.S. Army Gen. Richard Sanchez (L) and Paul Bremer, U.S. Administrator
in Iraq (R). REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BUSH IRAQ
RTR7S79
November 27, 2003
U.S. President George W. Bush surprises U.S. military troops stationed
in Iraq with a secret Thanksgiving...
Baghdad, United States of America
US PRESIDENT BUSH SUPRISES US MILITARY IN IRAQ WITH THANKSGIVING VISIT.
U.S. President George W. Bush surprises U.S. military troops stationed
in Iraq with a secret Thanksgiving Day visit to personally honor their
service and sacrifice, at the Baghdad International Airport, November
27, 2003. President Bush stunned U.S. troops in Iraq on Thursday by
turning up at their Thanksgiving dinner after a risky 27-hour flight
saying he was "just looking for a warm meal." The highly secretive,
morale-boosting visit took place as Washington and its allies come
under intense pressure in Iraq. REUTERS/Larry Downing

LSD/HB
BRAZIL MARKET
RTRC3SX
October 14, 2002
Brazilian traders work on the floor of the BM&F futures and commodities
market in Sao Paulo, October...
Sao Paulo, Brazil -
BRAZILIAN TRADERS WORK ON FLOOR OF FUTURES AND COMMODITES MARKET IN
SAO PAULO.
Brazilian traders work on the floor of the BM&F futures and commodities
market in Sao Paulo, October 14, 2002. Brazil's currency and market slumped
on Monday in volatile trading, after the Central Bank suprised the market by
jacking up interest rates in a bid to keep a lid on inflation. REUTERS/Paulo
Whitaker

PW
BRAZIL MARKET
RTRC3SQ
October 14, 2002
A Brazilian trader reacts on the floor of the BM&F futures and commodities
market in Sao Paulo, October...
Sao Paulo, Brazil -
A BRAZILIAN TRADER REACTS ON FLOOR OF FUTURES AND COMMODITES MARKET
IN SAO PAULO.
A Brazilian trader reacts on the floor of the BM&F futures and commodities
market in Sao Paulo, October 14, 2002. Brazil's currency and market slumped
on Monday in volatile trading after the Central Bank suprised the market by
jacking up interest rates in a bid to keep a lid inflation. REUTERS/Paulo
Whitaker

PW
SPORT CROATIA SKIING
RTR14X3J
November 29, 2001
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
smiles at the press conference...
Zagreb, Croatia
PORTRAIT OF CROATIAN SLALOM SKIER IVICA KOSTELIC.
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
smiles at the press conference at Zagreb's airport after his arrival
from Aspen in U.S on November 29, 2001. The 22-year-old Ivica recorded
one of biggest shock in Alpine skiing World Cup history last Sunday,
coming from a start number of 64 to post his first career victory in
Aspen, Colorado. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/CLH/
SPORT ALPINE
RTR14X3E
November 29, 2001
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
hugs sister Janica in the press...
Zagreb, Croatia
SLALOM SKIER IVICA KOSTELIC ARRIVAL IN ZAGREB.
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
hugs sister Janica in the press room at Zagreb's airport, after his
arrival from Aspen in U.S on November 29, 2001. The 22-year-old Ivica
recorded one of biggest shock in Alpine skiing World Cup history last
Sunday, coming from a start number 0f 64 to post his first career
victory in Aspen, Colorado. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/CLH/
SPORT CROATIA SKIING
RTR14X3C
November 29, 2001
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
and his sister Janica at the press...
Zagreb, Croatia
SLALOM SKIER IVICA KOSTELIC GREETS SISTER JANICA ON ARRIVAL AT ZAGREB.
Ivica Kostelic, suprise winner of the season's opening men's slalom,
and his sister Janica at the press room at Zagreb's airport after his
arrival from Aspen in U.S., November 29, 2001. The 22-year-old Ivica
recorded one of biggest shocks in Alpine skiing World Cup history last
Sunday, coming from a start number of 64 to post his first career
victory in Aspen, Colorado. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/CRB
BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTR1484N
June 24, 2001
Britain's Conservative MP Michael Portillo answers a question during a television interview with David...
London, UK
CONSERVATIVE MICHAEL PORTILLO DENIES ANY MORE REVELATIONS ABOUT HIS PRIVATE LIFE.
Britain's Conservative MP Michael Portillo answers a question during a television interview with David Frost, June 24, 2001. Portillo, the frontrunner in a four-way race to lead britains opposition Conservative party said his supporters need not fear any more suprising revelations about his private life.

MC/CLH/
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR144CA
May 30, 2001
Philadelphia Phillies manager Larry Bowa watches the game with the New York Mets in the third inning...
New York, USA
PHILLIES MANAGER BOWA WATCHES SWEEP OF METS.
Philadelphia Phillies manager Larry Bowa watches the game with the New York Mets in the third inning May 30, 2001 at New York's Shea Stadium. New manager Bowa has the suprising Phillies leading the National League East division. They won today's matchup 6-3, sweeping the three game series with the National League champions and dropping them 12 games behind in the standings.

RFS/RCS
MARKETS AUSTRALIA STOCKS
RTRH4L7
April 19, 2001
Iinvestors watch stock prices on huge screens at the Sydney Stock Exchange April 19, 2001. Australian...
Sydney, Australia
INVESTORS WATCH STOCK MOVEMENTS AT SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE.
Iinvestors watch stock prices on huge screens at the Sydney Stock Exchange April 19, 2001. Australian shares leapt to their highest levels in over a month after a suprise rate cut in the U.S. boosted investor confidence about the outllook for the U.S. and Australian economies, which has enhanced stock yields and increased the S&P/ASX 200 index by around 1.7 percent in early trade.

DG/JD
MEXICO ELECTION
RTR9MCA
October 17, 2000
Roberto Madrazo, the governor of the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, poses in the garden of the...
Villahermosa, Mexico
ROBERTO MADRAZO GOVERNOR OF MEXICO'S TABASCO STATE POSES FOR PHOTO.
Roberto Madrazo, the governor of the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, poses in the garden of the governor's mansion "Quinta Grijalva" in the state capital of Villahermosa after an interview with Reuters on October 17,2000. Madrazo said he plans to seek the national leadership of Mexico's long-ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and attempt to rebuild the party after its suprising defeat in July presidential elections. He said that the PRI lost touch with its roots and the people roughly two decades ago, a situation he hopes to reverse as party leader.

DA/MMR
SPORT NBA
RTRU57E
April 27, 2000
Toronto Raptors' guard Muggsy Bogues (R) drives the ball around New York Knicks' guard Chris Childs in...
New York, USA
RAPTORS BOGUES DRIVES AROUND KNICKS CHILDS IN NBA GAME.
Toronto Raptors' guard Muggsy Bogues (R) drives the ball around New York Knicks' guard Chris Childs in the second quarter of their NBA Playoff game with the New York Knicks, April 26 at New York's Madison Square Garden. Bogues, the shortest player in the NBA, was a suprise starter in game two of the series.

RFS/HB
AUSTRALIA
RTR3FDH
April 25, 2000
Second World War veteran Leslie Browne (L) is suprised after an unidentified woman in the ANZAC Day march...
Sydney, Australia
WAR VETERAN LESLIE BROWNE REACTS AFTER HE WAS KISSED DURING ANZAC DAY MARCH IN SYDNEY.
Second World War veteran Leslie Browne (L) is suprised after an unidentified woman in the ANZAC Day march kissed him in Sydney April 25. Thousands of people lined the streets of Sydney to honour around 20,000 war veterans as the nation's annual ANZAC memorial parades and services were held throughout the country.

DG/TAN
RUSSIA PUTIN
RTR2UTS
April 05, 2000
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin looks in his breifcase as he tours a shipyard during his visit...
Murmansk, Russia
ACTING PRESIDENT PUTIN IN MURMANSK.
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin looks in his breifcase as he tours a shipyard during his visit to the Arctic city of Murmansk April 5. Putin lived up to his secretive KGB reputation as he made his way north on Wednesday by making a suprise stopover in his hometown of St.Petersburg that the Kremlin said was weather-induced, but may well have been a political detour.

WAW/ME
RUSSIA PUTIN
RTR2URU
April 05, 2000
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin is shown around the cabin of a nuclear icebreaker by Captain Alexander...
Murmansk, Russia
ACTING PRESIDENT PUTIN IN MURMANSK.
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin is shown around the cabin of a nuclear icebreaker by Captain Alexander Spirin (R) during his visit to the Arctic city of Murmansk April 5. Putin lived up to his secretive KGB reputation as he made his way north on Wednesday by making a suprise stopover in his hometown of St.Petersburg that the Kremlin said was weather-induced, but may well have been a political detour.

WAW/ME
RUSSIA PUTIN
RTR2UQX
April 05, 2000
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin answers a reporter during his visit to the Arctic city of Murmansk...
Mumansk, Russia
ACTING PRESIDENT PUTIN IN MURMANSK.
Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin answers a reporter during his visit to the Arctic city of Murmansk April 5. Putin lived up to his secretive KGB reputation as he made his way north on Wednesday by making a suprise stopover in his hometown of St.Petersburg that the Kremlin said was weather-induced, but may well have been a political detour.

WAW/ME
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR2E06
March 20, 2000
Chechen women watch a pre-election broadcast in their tent in the Sputnik refugee camp at Sleptsovsk...
Sleptsovsk, Russian Federation
REFUGEES WATCH ELECTION PROGRAMME ON TV IN SLEPTSOVSK.
Chechen women watch a pre-election broadcast in their tent in the Sputnik refugee camp at Sleptsovsk in Ingushetia March 20. Acting Russian President Vladimir Putin paid a suprise visit to Chechnya on Monday by arriving near the Capital Grozny in a fighter jet, six days before a presidential election he is favoured to win due to popularity fuelled by Moscow's offensive in the rebel region.

WAW/GB
KOSOVO
RTXJJPB
February 23, 2000
French soldiers check a man in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
French soldiers check a man in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska M.....
French soldiers check a man in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.
KOSOVO
RTXJJPA
February 23, 2000
Two elderly Serbs smile as they pass a roadblock set up by French peacekeepers in the northern, Serb...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
Two elderly Serbs smile as they pass a roadblock set up by French peacekeepers in the northern, Serb.....
Two elderly Serbs smile as they pass a roadblock set up by French peacekeepers in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.
KOSOVO
RTXJJP9
February 23, 2000
French soldiers block the street in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
French soldiers block the street in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosov.....
French soldiers block the street in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR1K4X
February 23, 2000
An Albanian girl plays with a British soldier on the main bridge dividing the city of Kosovska Mitrovica,...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
A GIRL PLAYS WITH BRITISH SOLDIER IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
An Albanian girl plays with a British soldier on the main bridge dividing the city of Kosovska Mitrovica, February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR1K14
February 23, 2000
French soldiers check a man in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
FRENCH SOLDIERS CHECK CIVILIANS IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
French soldiers check a man in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR1K0J
February 23, 2000
Two elderly Serbs smile as they pass a roadblock set up by French peacekeepers in the northern, Serb...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
SERBS VILLAGERS SMILE TO FRENCH SOLDIERS IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
Two elderly Serbs smile as they pass a roadblock set up by French peacekeepers in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PROOTEST
RTR1JZV
February 23, 2000
French soldiers start the construction of a third pedestrian bridge in the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
FRENCH SOLDIERS BUILD A BRIDGE IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
French soldiers start the construction of a third pedestrian bridge in the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PROOTEST
RTR1JZD
February 23, 2000
A column of U.S. soldiers in riot gear patrol in the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23....
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
U.S. SOLDIERS PATROL IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
A column of U.S. soldiers in riot gear patrol in the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S.,French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PROOTEST
RTR1JZ3
February 23, 2000
French soldiers block the street in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska...
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia
FRENCH SOLDIERS BLOCK THE STREET IN KOSOVSKA MITROVICA.
French soldiers block the street in the northern, Serb dominated sector of the devided city of Kosovska Mitrovica February 23. U.S., French and British KFOR troops launched a suprise early morning weapons search in the tense Kosovo city of Mitrovica on Wednesday.

OP/ME
SPORT NFL
RTRRENA
January 02, 2000
Philadelphia Eagles safety Tim Hauck (L) forces St Louis Rams running back Robert Holcombe (R) to fumble...
Philadelphia, USA
EAGLES HAUCK FORCES ARAMS HOLCOMBE FUMBLE DURING THIRD QUARTER.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Tim Hauck (L) forces St Louis Rams running back Robert Holcombe (R) to fumble after a one yard gain during the third quarter in Philadelphia, January 2. The Eagles suprised the playoff bound Rams beating them 38-31.

TMS
PUTIN
RTXJFLQ
January 01, 2000
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) signs autographs for Russian soldiers after an award ceremony in...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) signs autographs for Russian soldiers after an award ceremony in.....
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) signs autographs for Russian soldiers after an award ceremony in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.
PUTIN
RTXJFLP
January 01, 2000
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin leaves an award ceremony with his wife Lyudmila before departing...
Makhachkala, Russian Federation
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin leaves an award ceremony with his wife Lyudmila before depa.....
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin leaves an award ceremony with his wife Lyudmila before departing from Makhachkala, the regional capital of Dagestan, a Russian province neighboring Chechnya, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.
PUTIN
RTXJFLO
January 01, 2000
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila applaud during a concert after an award...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila applaud during a concert after an awa.....
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila applaud during a concert after an award ceremony in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.
RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR17N
January 01, 2000
A Russian soldier strokes his pet dog in front of a group of comrades at a position on the outskirts...
Grozny, Russian Federation
RUSSIAN SOLDIER STROKES A DOG NEAR GROZNY.
A Russian soldier strokes his pet dog in front of a group of comrades at a position on the outskirts of the Chechen capital Grozny December 31. Russia's acting President Vladimir Putin paid a suprise visit to Chechnya on Saturday to hand out awards to servicemen fighting Moslem rebels as the dawn of a new millennium saw no let up in the offensive.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR16I
January 01, 2000
A Russian helicopter flies over a burning oil pipeline near the Chechen capital Grozny December 31. Russia's...
Grozny, Russian Federation
RUSSIAN HELICOPTER FLIES OVER BURNING OIL PIPELINE NEAR GROZNY.
A Russian helicopter flies over a burning oil pipeline near the Chechen capital Grozny December 31. Russia's acting President Vladimir Putin paid a suprise visit to Chechnya on Saturday to hand out awards to servicemen fighting Moslem rebels as the dawn of a new millennium saw no let up in the offensive.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
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January 01, 2000
Russian actor and singer Mikhail Boyarsky performs during a concert after Acting President Vladimir Putin...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
ACTOR MIKHAIL BOYARSKY WITH SOLDIERS IN GUDERMES.
Russian actor and singer Mikhail Boyarsky performs during a concert after Acting President Vladimir Putin presented awards to servicemen in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR15H
January 01, 2000
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) signs autographs for Russian soldiers after an award ceremony in...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
PUTIN SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS IN GUDERMES.
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) signs autographs for Russian soldiers after an award ceremony in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR14N
January 01, 2000
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin leaves an award ceremony with his wife Lyudmila before departing...
Makhachkala, Russian Federation
ACTING PRESIDENT PUTIN WITH WIFE IN DAGESTAN.
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin leaves an award ceremony with his wife Lyudmila before departing from Makhachkala, the regional capital of Dagestan, a Russian province neighboring Chechnya, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR14I
January 01, 2000
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila applaud during a concert after an award...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
PUTIN VISITS RUSSIAN TROOPS IN GUDERMES.
Russia's Acting President Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila applaud during a concert after an award ceremony in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya on Saturday to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR142
January 01, 2000
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with a Russian officer as he presents an ornamental...
Gudermes, Russian Federation
PUTIN PRESENTS AN AWARD TO AN OFFICER IN GUDERMES.
Acting President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with a Russian officer as he presents an ornamental hunting knife in Gudermes, 30 km (19 miles) east of Grozny, January 1. Putin paid a suprise visit to Russian forces in Chechnya to praise them for the campaign to crush separatist rebels. The officer's name is unknown.

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RUSSIA
RTR138
January 01, 2000
Acting President Vladimir Putin holds a meeting at the Kremlin on his first day as acting president December...
Moscow, Russian Federation
ACTING PRESIDENT PUTIN CHAIRS A MEETING IN MOSCOW.
Acting President Vladimir Putin holds a meeting at the Kremlin on his first day as acting president December 31. Putin paid a suprise visit to Chechnya on Saturday to hand out awards to servicemen fighting Moslem rebels as the dawn of a new millennium saw no let up in the offensive.

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RUSSIA CHECHNYA
RTR11S
January 01, 2000
A refugee on his way back to Chechnya talks to an Interior Ministry officer at the Adler Checkpoint in...
Adler Checkpoint, Russian Federation
A CHECHEN MAN TALKS TO A SOLDIER AT THE ADLER CHECKPOINT.
A refugee on his way back to Chechnya talks to an Interior Ministry officer at the Adler Checkpoint in Ingushetia January 1. Russia's acting President Vladimir Putin paid a suprise visit to Chechnya on Saturday to hand out awards to servicemen fighting Moslem rebels as the dawn of a new millennium saw no let up in the offensive.

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RUSSIA
RTXJ5F8
August 28, 1999
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu...
Botlikh, Russian Federation
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Sergei Shoig.....
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu (2R) urge a Russian army serviceman to join them for a photo, as Dagestani leader Magomedali Magomedov (L) looks on at a Russian military base in the mountains in the Botlikhsky region of Dagestan August 27. On Friday, Putin paid a suprise visit to the region, the scene of fierce fighting until earlier this week, and reassured its mostly Muslim population that Moscow would protect them from guerrillas trying to set up an Islamic state.
RUSSIA CAUCASUS
RTRQW2U
August 28, 1999
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu...
Botlikh, Russian Federation
PRIME MINISTER PUTIN AND MINISTER FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS SHOIGU.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Sergei Shoigu (2R) urge a Russian army serviceman to join them for a photo, as Dagestani leader Magomedali Magomedov (L) looks on at a Russian military base in the mountains in the Botlikhsky region of Dagestan August 27. On Friday, Putin paid a suprise visit to the region, the scene of fierce fighting until earlier this week, and reassured its mostly Muslim population that Moscow would protect them from guerrillas trying to set up an Islamic state.

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