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UKRAINE/
RTR2Y5CI
February 20, 2012
Students take part in a rally near the parliament building in Kiev February 20, 2012. Protesters demanded...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students take part in a rally near the parliament building in Kiev
Students take part in a rally near the parliament building in Kiev February 20, 2012. Protesters demanded for the resignation of Ukraine's Education, Science, Youth and Sports Minister Dmytro Tabachnyk. According to protestors, Tabachnyk was willing to change the law on education, reducing class time allocated for the study of the Ukrainian language and history courses. The banner with Tabachnyk's portrait reads "Jail for Tabachnik and we will go to study!" REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS EDUCATION)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRRT
October 18, 2011
Pablo Tabachnik of Argentina reacts during a game against Thiago Monteiro of Brazil during the men's...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Pablo Tabachnik of Argentina reacts during a game against Thiago Monteiro of Brazil during the men's...
Pablo Tabachnik of Argentina reacts during a game against Thiago Monteiro of Brazil during the men's table tennis at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRQF
October 18, 2011
Song Liu, Pablo Tabachnik and Gaston Alto (L-R) celebrate their silver medals at the men's table tennis...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Song Liu, Pablo Tabachnik and Gaston Alto celebrate their silver medals at the men's table tennis team...
Song Liu, Pablo Tabachnik and Gaston Alto (L-R) celebrate their silver medals at the men's table tennis team competition at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRQC
October 18, 2011
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama serves to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik during the men's table tennis team gold medal...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama serves to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik in Guadalajara
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama serves to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik during the men's table tennis team gold medal match at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRPM
October 18, 2011
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama celebrates after scoring a point against Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama celebrates after scoring a point against Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's...
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama celebrates after scoring a point against Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold medal match at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRPF
October 18, 2011
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold...
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold medal match at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRPE
October 18, 2011
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold...
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama returns the ball to Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik at the men's table tennis team gold medal match at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
GAMES-PANAM/
RTR2SRL1
October 17, 2011
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama celebrates after defeating Pablo Tabachnik of Argentina at the men's table tennis...
Guadalajara, Mexico
Brazil's Hoyama celebrates after defeating Tabachnik of Argentina at the men's table tennis team gold...
Brazil's Hugo Hoyama celebrates after defeating Pablo Tabachnik of Argentina at the men's table tennis team gold medal match at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara October 17, 2011. The Games run through October 30. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J97W
February 28, 2011
Riot police stand guard as a student takes part in a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in...
Kiev, Ukraine
Riot police stand guard as a student takes part in a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in...
Riot police stand guard as a student takes part in a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011. Student protesters also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J94A
February 28, 2011
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J940
February 28, 2011
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J93S
February 28, 2011
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J93I
February 28, 2011
Students hold pencils during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students hold pencils during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students hold pencils during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J93E
February 28, 2011
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students light flares during a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev, protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UKRAINE/
RTR2J937
February 28, 2011
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev protesting against the Ministry...
Kiev, Ukraine
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev
Students hold a rally near the Ukrainian parliament building in Kiev protesting against the Ministry of Education for its initiative to reduce the number of educational institutions and change the tuition fee payment system, February 28, 2011.They also demanded for the resignation of Education Minister Dmitry Tabachnik, according to local media. The placards read, "Don't tease the student" (L) and "Rebel! Love! Don't give up your rights! " (R). REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
ISRAEL-COFFEE/
RTXQ2EE
October 27, 2009
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads the coffee grounds of customer at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli waitress reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads the coffee grounds of customer at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October 27, 2009. The recently launched service, provided free of charge with a cup of coffee, is part of a campaign to boost the coffee chain's sales in the highly competitive Israeli market. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-COFFEE/
RTXQ2E7
October 27, 2009
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik (L) reads the coffee grounds of customer Asaf Mor at a coffee shop in...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli waitress reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik (L) reads the coffee grounds of customer Asaf Mor at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October 27, 2009. The recently launched service, provided free of charge with a cup of coffee, is part of a campaign to boost the coffee chain's sales in the highly competitive Israeli market. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-COFFEE/
RTXQ2E5
October 27, 2009
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik (L) reads the coffee grounds of customer Asaf Mor at a coffee shop in...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli waitress reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik (L) reads the coffee grounds of customer Asaf Mor at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October 27, 2009. The recently launched service, provided free of charge with a cup of coffee, is part of a campaign to boost the coffee chain's sales in the highly competitive Israeli market. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-COFFEE/
RTXQ2E4
October 27, 2009
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli waitress reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv
Israeli waitress Lin Tabachnik reads a customer's coffee grounds at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv October 27, 2009. The recently launched service, provided free of charge with a cup of coffee, is part of a campaign to boost the coffee chain's sales in the highly competitive Israeli market. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL SOCIETY BUSINESS)
PANAM-TABLE TENNIS
RTR1S7EU
July 24, 2007
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Eric Owens of the U.S. during their semi-final table tennis match...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Eric Owens of the U.S. during their semi-final table tennis match...
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Eric Owens of the U.S. during their semi-final table tennis match at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro July 24, 2007. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (BRAZIL)
PANAM-TABLETENNIS/
RTR1S6I7
July 23, 2007
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Cuba's Dimey Gongora during their quarterfinal table tennis match...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Cuba's Dimey Gongora during their quarterfinal table tennis match...
Argentina's Pablo Tabachnik serves to Cuba's Dimey Gongora during their quarterfinal table tennis match at the Pan American games in Rio de Janeiro July 23, 2007. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (BRAZIL)
FRANCE
RTR3DTM
June 14, 2004
Franco-Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) talks with a policeman as
he arrives at Grenoble's Courtroom...
Lyon, France (French Republic)
FRANCO-SWISS CONDUCTOR MICHEL TABACHNIK ARRIVES AT HIS TRIAL IN
GRENOBLE COURTHOUSE.
Franco-Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) talks with a policeman as
he arrives at Grenoble's Courtroom September 22, 2003. Tabachnik stands
for suspicion of conspiracy linked to the 1995 deaths of 16 members of
the Solar Temple order. The trial on appeal was posponed to June 14,
2004. REUTERS/Robert Pratta

RP/
TABACHNIK
RTXM73Y
September 22, 2003
Franco-Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik (L), accompanied by his lawyer Caroline Toby, arrives at Grenoble's...
Lyon, France
Franco-Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik (L), accompanied by his lawyer Caroline Toby, arrives at Gre.....
Franco-Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik (L), accompanied by his lawyer Caroline Toby, arrives at Grenoble's Courtroom September 22, 2003. Tabachnik stands for suspicion of conspiracy linked to the 1995 deaths of 16 members of the Solar Temple order. The trial on appeal was posponed to June 14th 2004.
FRANCE
RTR3DVW
September 22, 2003
French businesman Alain Vuarnet arrives at Grenoble Courthouse for the
trial on appeal of the Solar...
Lyon, France (French Republic)
FRENCH BUSINESMAN ALAIN VUARNET ARRIVES AT THE TABACHNIK TRIAL IN
GRENOBLE COURTHOUSE.
French businesman Alain Vuarnet arrives at Grenoble Courthouse for the
trial on appeal of the Solar Temple's order September 22, 2003. The
mother of Alain Vuarnet, Edith, and his brother Patrick, were among the
sixteen victims found burned in December 1995.The trial on appeal was
posponed to June 14th 2004. REUTERS/Robert Pratta

RP/
FRANCE
RTR3DVP
September 22, 2003
French businesman Alain Vuarnet (R) and his lawyer Alain Leclerc answer
newsmen at Grenoble Courthouse...
Lyon, France (French Republic)
FRENCH BUSINESMAN ALAIN VUARNET ANSWERS NEWSMEN AT THE TABACHNIK
TRIAL IN GRENOBLE COURTHOUSE.
French businesman Alain Vuarnet (R) and his lawyer Alain Leclerc answer
newsmen at Grenoble Courthouse for the trial on appeal of the Solar Temple's
order September 22, 2003. The mother of Alain Vuarnet, Edith, and his
brother Patrick, were among the sixteen victims found burned in December
1995.The trial on appeal was posponed to June 14th 2004. REUTERS/Robert
Pratta

RP/
FRANCE
RTR3DTU
September 22, 2003
FRANCO-SWISS CONDUCTOR MICHEL TABACHNIK AND HIS LAWYER CAROLINE TOBY
ARRIVES AT HIS TRIAL IN GRENOBLE...
Lyon, France (French Republic)
FRANCO-SWISS CONDUCTOR MICHEL TABACHNIK AND HIS LAWYER CAROLINE TOBY
ARRIVES AT HIS TRIAL IN ...
FRANCO-SWISS CONDUCTOR MICHEL TABACHNIK AND HIS LAWYER CAROLINE TOBY
ARRIVES AT HIS TRIAL IN GRENOBLE COURTHOUSE.
TABACHNICK
RTXKGUP
April 23, 2001
Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik leaves the courtroom during a recess in the trial of the Solar Temple...
Lyon, France
Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik leaves the courtroom during a recess in the trial of the Solar Tem.....
Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik leaves the courtroom during a recess in the trial of the Solar Temple sect in Grenoble, April 23, 2001. Tabachnik stands trial for suspicion of conspiracy linked to the 1995 deaths of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday sect. Between 1994 and 1997, a total of 74 members of the sect died in Canada, Switzerland and France.
FRANCE
RTRHB69
April 23, 2001
Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik leaves the courtroom during a recess in the trial of the Solar Temple...
Lyon, France
SWISS CONDUCTOR MICHEL TABACHNIK AT SOLAR TEMPLE SECT TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss conductor Michel Tabachnik leaves the courtroom during a recess in the trial of the Solar Temple sect in Grenoble, April 23, 2001. Tabachnik stands trial for suspicion of conspiracy linked to the 1995 deaths of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday sect. Between 1994 and 1997, a total of 74 members of the sect died in Canada, Switzerland and France.

RP/JES/
TABACHNIK
RTXKFP5
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) surrounded by policemen arrives for the opening of his trial...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) surrounded by policemen arrives for the opening of his tr.....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) surrounded by policemen arrives for the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.
FRANCE
RTXKFP4
April 17, 2001
French lawyers for some victims'families Jacques Barillon (C) and Gilbert Collard (R) are seen at the...
Grenoble, France
French lawyers for some victims'families Jacques Barillon (C) and Gilbert Collard (R) are seen at th.....
French lawyers for some victims'families Jacques Barillon (C) and Gilbert Collard (R) are seen at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. [Tabachnik] goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.
DUBOIS
RTXKFP3
April 17, 2001
French magistrate Gerard Dubois conducts the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial...
Grenoble, France
French magistrate Gerard Dubois conducts the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] t.....
French magistrate Gerard Dubois conducts the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. [Tabachnik] goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.
TABACHNIK
RTXKFP2
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) and his lawyer Caroline Toby (L) arrive at the opening of...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) and his lawyer Caroline Toby (L) arrive at the opening of.....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) and his lawyer Caroline Toby (L) arrive at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.
FRANCE
RTXKFP1
April 17, 2001
General view at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
General view at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court ho.....
General view at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. [Tabachnik] goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.
FRANCE
RTXKFP0
April 17, 2001
Documents are put on display at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble...
Grenoble, France
Documents are put on display at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at G.....
Documents are put on display at the opening of [Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's] trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.
TABACHNIK
RTXKFOX
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court hou.....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.
TABACHNIK
RTXKFOW
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, .....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.
TABACHNIK
RTXKFOV
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) arrives at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) arrives at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court hou.....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) arrives at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.
TABACHNIK
RTXKFOU
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern...
Grenoble, France
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, .....
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult. At rear is Tabachnik's lawyer Francis Szpiner.
FRANCE TRIAL CULT
RTR13SUM
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult. At rear is Tabachnik's lawyer Francis Szpiner.

RP/CLH/
FRANCE
RTR13SUK
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) arrives at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) arrives at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, south eastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.

RP/
FRANCE
RTR13SUI
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.

RP/
FRANCE CULT
RTRH256
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) surrounded by policemen arrives for the opening of his trial...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) surrounded by policemen arrives for the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.

RP/JDP
FRANCE CULT
RTRH23E
April 17, 2001
French magistrate Gerard Dubois conducts the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial...
Grenoble, France
FRENCH MAGISTRATE GERARD DUBOIS AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
French magistrate Gerard Dubois conducts the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.

RP/
FRANCE CULT
RTRH22Z
April 17, 2001
French lawyers for some victims'families Jacques Barillon (C) and Gilbert Collard (R) are seen at the...
Grenoble, France
GENERAL VIEW AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
French lawyers for some victims'families Jacques Barillon (C) and Gilbert Collard (R) are seen at the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.

RP/
FRANCE
RTRH22M
April 17, 2001
Documents are put on display at the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble...
Grenoble, France
DOCUMENTS AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Documents are put on display at the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.

RP/
FRANCE
RTRH22F
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) and his lawyer Caroline Toby (L) arrive at the opening of...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (R) and his lawyer Caroline Toby (L) arrive at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.

RP/
FRANCE
RTRH22A
April 17, 2001
General view at the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
GENERAL VIEW AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
General view at the opening of Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik's trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik goes on trial for conspiracy to murder stemming from his involvement in the Order of the Solar Temple dooms day sect thought to be responsible for 74 deaths.

RP/
FRANCE TRAIL CULT
RTRH1ZV
April 17, 2001
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house,...
Grenoble, France
MICHEL TABACHNIK SEEN AT THE OPENING OF THE SOLAR TEMPLE TRIAL IN GRENOBLE.
Swiss music conductor Michel Tabachnik (L) is seen at the opening of his trial at Grenoble court house, southeastern France, April 17, 2001. Tabachnik is on suspicion of conspiracy linked to deaths in 1995 of 16 members of the Order of the Solar Temple doomsday cult.

RP/
BRITAIN
RTXH24L
December 23, 1997
Prime Minister Tony Blair is joined by leaders of the Jewish community as he lights the the first Chanukah...
Trimdon, United Kingdom
Prime Minister Tony Blair is joined by leaders of the Jewish community as he lights the the first Ch.....
Prime Minister Tony Blair is joined by leaders of the Jewish community as he lights the the first Chanukah candle to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Israel and to start the first day of the ancient Jewish festival at his Trimdon home December 23. Blair is joined by 29 other leaders around the world performing similar ceremonies. L-R, Lord Janner, UK President of Israel 50,Tony Blair, Eldred Tabachnik, President Of The Board of Deputies of British Jews.
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