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POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN6I
May 15, 2013
Priest Cezary Korzec stands in front of his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the...
ROSOW, Germany
Priest Cezary Korzec stands in front of his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the...
Priest Cezary Korzec stands in front of his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Korzec, a Polish Catholic priest who lives in Rosow, said that in the parish to which the village belongs, the number of practising Catholics had gone from 1,200 to 1,800 in the past few years because of the influx of Poles. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN6H
May 15, 2013
Gabriela Karp picks up firewood in the courtyard of her house which is under renovation in the village...
ROSOW, Germany
Gabriela Karp picks up firewood outside her house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the...
Gabriela Karp picks up firewood in the courtyard of her house which is under renovation in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN6F
May 15, 2013
Jozef Walukiewicz, his wife Anna and daughter Katarzyna stand inside their renovated house in the village...
ROSOW, Germany
Jozef Walukiewicz and his family members stand inside their renovated house in the village of Rosow,...
Jozef Walukiewicz, his wife Anna and daughter Katarzyna stand inside their renovated house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN6E
May 15, 2013
Jozef Walukiewicz, his wife Anna and daughter Katarzyna stand in front of their house in the village...
ROSOW, Germany
Jozef Walukiewicz, and his family stand in front of their house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located...
Jozef Walukiewicz, his wife Anna and daughter Katarzyna stand in front of their house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN6B
May 15, 2013
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands inside her house under renovation in the village of Rosow, Germany,...
ROSOW, Germany
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands inside her house under renovation in the village of Rosow, Germany,...
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands inside her house under renovation in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN67
May 15, 2013
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands in front of her house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located...
ROSOW, Germany
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands in front of her house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located...
Gabriela Karp, a businesswoman, stands in front of her house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN64
May 15, 2013
Priest Cezary Korzec conducts a Holy Mass in a chapel in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany,...
ROSOW, Germany
Priest Cezary Korzec conducts a Holy Mass in a chapel in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany,...
Priest Cezary Korzec conducts a Holy Mass in a chapel in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 7, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Korzec, a Polish Catholic priest who lives in Rosow, said that in the parish to which the village belongs, the number of practising Catholics had gone from 1,200 to 1,800 in the past few years because of the influx of Poles. Picture taken April 7, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN5X
May 15, 2013
Anna Pilsniak and her sons Micheasz and Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu...
NEU ROSOW, Germany
Anna Pilsniak and her sons Micheasz and Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu...
Anna Pilsniak and her sons Micheasz and Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 6, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 6, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN5N
May 15, 2013
Anna Pilsniak and her son Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu Rosow, Germany,...
NEU ROSOW, Germany
Anna Pilsniak and her son Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu Rosow
Anna Pilsniak and her son Nathan are photographed in their house in the village of Neu Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 6, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 6, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN5J
May 15, 2013
Priest Cezary Korzec climbs a ladder in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the...
ROSOW, Germany
Priest Cezary Korzec climbs a ladder in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the...
Priest Cezary Korzec climbs a ladder in his house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 5, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 5, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN5A
May 15, 2013
Real estate agent Radoslaw Popiela poses for a photograph together with his wife Dominika, daughter Konstancja...
ROSOW, Germany
Real estate agent Radoslaw Popiela and his family pose for a photograph outside their house in the village...
Real estate agent Radoslaw Popiela poses for a photograph together with his wife Dominika, daughter Konstancja and two sons, Kajetan and Franciszek outside their house in the village of Rosow, Germany, located near the Polish border April 5, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 5, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN56
May 15, 2013
Dominika Popiela holds her daughter Konstancja in their house in the village of Rosow, Germany located...
ROSOW, Germany
Dominika Popiela holds her daughter Konstancja in their house in the village of Rosow, Germany located...
Dominika Popiela holds her daughter Konstancja in their house in the village of Rosow, Germany located near the Polish border April 5, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 5, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN52
May 15, 2013
A border crossing between Poland and Germany near the village of Rosow April 6, 2013. When Poland joined...
ROSOW, Poland
Border crossing between Poland and Germany near the village of Rosow
A border crossing between Poland and Germany near the village of Rosow April 6, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 6, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN4X
May 15, 2013
Pawel Pilsniak, his wife Anna and two children Micheasz and Nathan pose for a photograph by the entrance...
ROSOW, Germany
Pawel Pilsniak, his wife Anna and two children Micheasz and Nathan pose for a photograph by the entrance...
Pawel Pilsniak, his wife Anna and two children Micheasz and Nathan pose for a photograph by the entrance to the village of Neu Rosow, Germany located near the Polish border April 6, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 6, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
POLAND-GERMANY/SZCZECIN
RTXZN4W
May 15, 2013
The general view of the village of Rosow, Germany located near the Polish border April 5, 2013. When...
ROSOW, Germany
The general view of the village of Rosow, Germany located near the Polish border
The general view of the village of Rosow, Germany located near the Polish border April 5, 2013. When Poland joined the European Union a decade ago, people in the Polish border city of Szczecin expected their neighbours in Germany to move in with their bulging wallets and buy up Polish houses and businesses. But events took an unexpected turn. Large numbers of well-to-do Poles from Szceczin are moving into Germany and buying properties on such a scale that sleepy Prussian villages are taking on a Polish air. Picture taken April 5, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW0J
December 05, 2011
A sniper of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) takes part in a joint training with Poland's Antiterrorist...
Szczecin, Poland
A sniper of Poland's GROM takes part in a joint training with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and...
A sniper of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) takes part in a joint training with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW0F
December 05, 2011
A trooper of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) secures a train cabin during a joint training...
Szczecin, Poland
A trooper of Poland's GROM secures a train cabin during a joint training with Poland's Antiterrorist...
A trooper of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) secures a train cabin during a joint training with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW0B
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW09
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's GROM in conjunction with Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW05
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's GROM in conjunction with Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UW00
December 05, 2011
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during a joint training with the Elite Special...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during training at an undisclosed location...
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during a joint training with the Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard involving a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland ahead of the Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVZY
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's GROM in conjunction with Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVZS
December 05, 2011
A trooper of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during a joint training with the...
Szczecin, Poland
Trooper of Poland Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during joint training with GROM and...
A trooper of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during a joint training with the Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard involving a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland ahead of the Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVZL
December 05, 2011
A trooper of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during a joint training with the...
Szczecin, Poland
Trooper of Poland Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during joint training with GROM and...
A trooper of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force storms a train cabin during a joint training with the Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard involving a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland ahead of the Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVZ9
December 05, 2011
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during a joint training with the Elite Special...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during training at an undisclosed location...
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force troopers storm a train during a joint training with the Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard involving a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland ahead of the Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVYL
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad...
Szczecin, Poland
Elite Special Forces Unit, Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVYI
December 05, 2011
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVYG
December 05, 2011
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVYA
December 05, 2011
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVY8
December 05, 2011
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVY2
December 05, 2011
An Antiterrorist Police Force trooper storms a train cabin during a joint training with Poland's Elite...
Szczecin, Poland
An Antiterrorist Police Force trooper storms a train cabin during training ahead of Euro 2012 soccer...
An Antiterrorist Police Force trooper storms a train cabin during a joint training with Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard in a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVY0
December 05, 2011
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Members of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVXU
December 05, 2011
A member of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
Szczecin, Poland
A member of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM...
A member of Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force, in conjunction with the Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM and Railroad Defence Guard, takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
UK-SOCCER-EURO-POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVXT
December 05, 2011
A member of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM, in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police...
Szczecin, Poland
A member of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM, in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police...
A member of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM, in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard, takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train, in Northern Poland December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVXM
December 05, 2011
Troopers from Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force gather for a briefing during a joint training with...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from Antiterrorist Police Force gather for briefing in train hostage rescue training ahead of...
Troopers from Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force gather for a briefing during a joint training with the Elite Special Forces Unit GROM and the Railroad Defence Guard involving a train hostage rescue situation at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: MILITARY SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVWT
December 05, 2011
A member of the Railroad Defence Guard takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation...
Szczecin, Poland
Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force trooper takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation...
A member of the Railroad Defence Guard takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train with the Polish Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) and the Antiterrorist Police Force at an undisclosed location in Northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships December 2, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 2, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVWK
December 05, 2011
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM), Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from GROM, Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard storm a train during training...
Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM), Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVWH
December 05, 2011
Troopers storm a train as Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM), Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from GROM, Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard storm a train during training...
Troopers storm a train as Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM), Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVW4
December 05, 2011
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from GROM, Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard storm a train during training...
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVVS
December 05, 2011
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from GROM, Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard storm a train during training...
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVVO
December 05, 2011
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist...
Szczecin, Poland
Troopers from GROM, Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard storm a train during training...
Troopers from the Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit (GROM) in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard take part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in northern Poland prior to the Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
SOCCER-EURO/POLAND-SECURITY
RTR2UVVF
December 05, 2011
A member of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM, in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police...
Szczecin, Poland
A GROM trooper storms a train cabin during hostage rescue exercise ahead of Euro 2012 soccer championships...
A member of Poland's Elite Special Forces Unit, GROM, in conjunction with Poland's Antiterrorist Police Force and Railroad Defence Guard takes part in an exercise involving a hostage rescue situation on a train at an undisclosed location in Northern Poland prior to Euro 2012 soccer championships, December 1, 2011. Poland is investing heavily in security for next year's European football championship despite downgrading the number of visitors it expects. Commandoes have been simulating a multiple hostage situation in case criminals target the world's second largest football tournament, which is being co-hosted with Ukraine next June. Picture taken December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) (EURO 2012-SECURITY)
POLAND/
RTR1SKY4
August 07, 2007
Sailing ship 'Frederik Chopin' leaves the harbour during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the harbour of...
Szczecin, Poland
Sailing ship 'Frederik Chopin' leaves the harbour during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the western Polish...
Sailing ship 'Frederik Chopin' leaves the harbour during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the harbour of the western Polish city of Szczecin August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (POLAND)
GERMANY
RTR1SKY3
August 07, 2007
People stand on pier to watch sailing ships during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the harbour of the western...
Szczecin, Poland
People stand on pier to watch sailing ships during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the western Polish...
People stand on pier to watch sailing ships during the Tall Ships? Races 2007 in the harbour of the western Polish city of Szczecin August 7, 2007. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (POLAND)
POLAND
RTR1CATV
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn,...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CATU
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commandos take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base...
Polish special police commandos take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CATI
April 07, 2006
Members of German special police commando attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Members of German special police commando attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in...
Members of German special police commando attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CATB
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn,...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CASJ
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn,...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commandosattend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CASI
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn,...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commandosattend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn
Polish special police commandos attend a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CASE
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos from Wroclaw take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commando take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base...
Polish special police commandos from Wroclaw take position during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CASB
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commandos from Wroclaw prepare for a combined anti-terror exercise at a military...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commando preapre for a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn...
Polish special police commandos from Wroclaw prepare for a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are participating in joint exercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAS6
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commandos gather after a combined anti-terror exercise at a military...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commandos gather after a combined anti-terror exercise at a military...
German and Polish special police commandos gather after a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police comandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are particiapting in joint excercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CARG
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commando arrest a 'terrorist' as they storm a building during a combined anti-terror...
WEDRZYN, Poland
Polish special police commando arrest a 'terrorist' during a combined anti-terror joint exercise at...
Polish special police commando arrest a 'terrorist' as they storm a building during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CARD
April 07, 2006
Polish special police commando stop a car during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in...
WEDRZYN, Germany
Polish special police commando stop a car during a combined anti-terror joint exercise at a military...
Polish special police commando stop a car during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAR6
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commandos take up position before storming a building during a combined...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commandos conduct combined anti-terror joint exercise at a military...
German and Polish special police commandos take up position before storming a building during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres (30 miles) east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police comandos from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are particiapting in joint excercises ahead of the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAR2
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commando hang on ropes from a helicopter during a combined anti-terror...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commando hang on a ropes from a helicopter during a combined anti-terror...
German and Polish special police commando hang on ropes from a helicopter during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAQV
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commando storm a building during a combined anti-terror exercise at...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commando storm a building during a combined anti-terror joint exercise...
German and Polish special police commando storm a building during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAQO
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commando take position behind an APC during a combined anti-terror exercise...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commando take position behin an APC during a combined anti-terror joint...
German and Polish special police commando take position behind an APC during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
POLAND
RTR1CAQM
April 07, 2006
German and Polish special police commando take position behind an APC during a combined anti-terror exercise...
WEDRZYN, Germany
German and Polish special police commando take position behind an APC during a combined anti-terror joint...
German and Polish special police commando take position behind an APC during a combined anti-terror exercise at a military base in Wedrzyn, about 50 kilometres east of the German-Polish border April 7, 2006. Special police commando from the Polish city of Szczecin and Germany's states Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern participate in a joint exercise with different scenarios before the FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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