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SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CHDC 
April 06, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) holds the party's flag outside a South African... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporter of the AWB holds the party's flag outside a South African court in Ventersdorp, in the North... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) holds the party's flag outside a South African court before the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist and AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CHCX 
April 06, 2010 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) stand outside a South African court before the... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporters of the AWB stand outside a South African court in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) stand outside a South African court before the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist and AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CHCW 
April 06, 2010 
The apartheid-era South African national flag is flown by a supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Apartheid-era South African national flag is flown by a supporter of the AWB as police look on outside... 
The apartheid-era South African national flag is flown by a supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) as police look on before tempers flared outside a South African court after the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist and AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CHCV 
April 06, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) looks on as a boy waves an apartheid-era flag... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporter of the AWB looks on as a boy waves an apartheid-era outside a South African court in Ventersdorp,... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) looks on as a boy waves an apartheid-era flag before tempers flared outside a South African court after the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist and AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CHC2 
April 06, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) is restrained by police as tempers flared outside... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporter of the AWB is restrained by police outside a South African court in Ventersdorp, in the North... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) is restrained by police as tempers flared outside a South African court after the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist and AWB leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of approximately 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CHC0 
April 06, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) raises an apartheid-era flag infront police as... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the AWB raises an apartheid-era flag infront police outside a South African court in Ventersdorp,... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) raises an apartheid-era flag infront police as tempers flared outside a South African court after the appearance of two black farm workers accused of killing white supremacist leader Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the North West Province April 6, 2010. Police erected a barbed wire barricade to separate a crowd of 200 Terre'blanche supporters from black spectators. The AWB promised on Monday not to seek violent revenge, easing fears that his death might provoke racial unrest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CGEZ 
April 05, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) looks at the flowers at the entrance of Eugene... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) looks at the flowers at the entrance of Eugene... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) looks at the flowers at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 5, 2010.The party of murdered South African white supremacist Terre'blanche has said it will not take violent action to avenge the death of its leader after his brutal killing on Saturday sparked fears of racial unrest. Opponents of the ANC accuse its youth leader Julius Malema of stoking a racial divide through rhetoric and his singing of an apartheid-era song containing the words "Kill the Boer" -- now banned by the courts as hate speech. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CGEU 
April 05, 2010 
A placard is seen at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the North West province... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A placard is seen at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp 
A placard is seen at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the North West province April 5, 2010. The party of murdered South African white supremacist Terre'blanche has said it will not take violent action to avenge the death of its leader after his brutal killing on Saturday sparked fears of racial unrest. Opponents of the ANC accuse its youth leader Julius Malema of stoking a racial divide through rhetoric and his singing of an apartheid-era song containing the words "Kill the Boer" -- now banned by the courts as hate speech. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CGEM 
April 05, 2010 
A newspaper clipping referring to ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is seen with a bunch of flowers... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A newspaper clipping and a bunch of flowers are seen at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in... 
A newspaper clipping referring to ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is seen with a bunch of flowers at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the North West province April 5, 2010. The party of murdered South African white supremacist Terre'blanche has said it will not take violent action to avenge the death of its leader after his brutal killing on Saturday sparked fears of racial unrest. Opponents of the ANC accuse its youth leader Julius Malema of stoking a racial divide through rhetoric and his singing of an apartheid-era song containing the words "Kill the Boer" -- now banned by the courts as hate speech. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CG6D 
April 05, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) shows off a gun and a belt with the AWB's emblem... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) shows off a gun and a belt with the AWB's emblem... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) shows off a gun and a belt with the AWB's emblem at Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CG6C 
April 05, 2010 
Andries Terreblanche, brother of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader, Eugene Terre'blanche... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Andries Terreblanche, brother of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre'blanche,... 
Andries Terreblanche, brother of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader, Eugene Terre'blanche sits on his son's grave at his brothers farm in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Eugene Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CG6B 
April 05, 2010 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gather at the farm of Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp,... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gather at the farm of Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp,... 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gather at the farm of Eugene Terre'blanche in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. The shirt reads "stand together or die alone". REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CG5O 
April 05, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gestures at a photographer at the entrance of... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the AWB gestures at a photographer at the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gestures at a photographer at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the North West province April 5, 2010. Supporters of murdered South African white supremacist Terre'blanche streamed to his farm on Monday to mourn his death in a killing that has raised fears of racial violence. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CG4X 
April 05, 2010 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB),gather outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) gather outside the entrance of Terre'blanche's... 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB),gather outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the killing of white far-right leader Terre'blanche in a suspected pay dispute with black workers fanned fears of racial strains. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CG4T 
April 05, 2010 
A young girl looks on as Eugene Terre'blanche's grave is dug on his farm by an excavator in Ventersdorp,... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A young girl looks on as Terre'blanche's grave is dug on his farm by an excavator in Ventersdorp, in... 
A young girl looks on as Eugene Terre'blanche's grave is dug on his farm by an excavator in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the killing of white far-right leader Terre'blanche in a suspected pay dispute with black workers fanned fears of racial strains. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CG4S 
April 05, 2010 
A photographer takes pictures at the scene where Eugene Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp,... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A photographer takes pictures at the scene where Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp,... 
A photographer takes pictures at the scene where Eugene Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the killing of white far-right leader Terre'blanche in a suspected pay dispute with black workers fanned fears of racial strains. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CG4R 
April 05, 2010 
Blood stains are seen on a bed where Eugene Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp, in... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Blood stains are seen on a bed where Eugene Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp, in... 
Blood stains are seen on a bed where Eugene Terre'blanche was murdered on his farm in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 5, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the killing of white far-right leader Terre'blanche in a suspected pay dispute with black workers fanned fears of racial strains. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CFM0 
April 04, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), places flowers outside the entrance of Eugene... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), places flowers outside the entrance of Eugene... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), places flowers outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CFK6 
April 04, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), stands next to his car with a sign painted on... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement, stands next to his car at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), stands next to his car with a sign painted on it at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE
RTR2CFJU 
April 04, 2010 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), gather outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), gather outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's... 
Supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), gather outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CFJQ 
April 04, 2010 
A police vehicle drives past flowers placed at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A police vehicle drives past flowers placed at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp... 
A police vehicle drives past flowers placed at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CFJP 
April 04, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), stands in front of a flag outside the entrance... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement,stands in front of a flag outside the entrance of Eugene... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), stands in front of a flag outside the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm in Ventersdorp April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF7V 
April 04, 2010 
A man looks on after laying flowers as photographers take pictures of him at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A man looks on after laying flowers as photographers take pictures of him at the entrance of Terre'blanche's... 
A man looks on after laying flowers as photographers take pictures of him at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF7D 
April 04, 2010 
A traffic official walks past supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) as they gather outside... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Supporters of the AWB gather outside Eugene Terre'blanche's guest house in Ventersdorp 
A traffic official walks past supporters of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) as they gather outside Eugene Terre'blanche's guest house in Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF7A 
April 04, 2010 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) arrives to lay flowers at the entrance of Eugene... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A supporter of the AWB arrives to lay flowers at the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp... 
A supporter of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) arrives to lay flowers at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF78 
April 04, 2010 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Policemen guard the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF76 
April 04, 2010 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Policemen guard the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF72 
April 04, 2010 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Policemen guard the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp 
Policemen guard the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF6T 
April 04, 2010 
A policeman (R) looks on as members of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) hang the "Vierkleur",... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A policeman looks on as members of the AWB hang the "Vierkleur" at the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm... 
A policeman (R) looks on as members of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) hang the "Vierkleur", flag of Transvaal at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF6F 
April 04, 2010 
Policemen arrive at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
Policemen arrive at the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp 
Policemen arrive at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF67 
April 04, 2010 
A policeman guards the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest... 
VENTERSDORP, South Africa 
A policeman guards the entrance of Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp 
A policeman guards the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4,2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA-TERREBLANCHE/
RTR2CF5Z 
April 04, 2010 
A policeman (L) looks on as members of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) hang the "Vierkleur",... 
RUSTERNBURG, South Africa 
A policeman looks on as members of the AWB hang the flag of Transvaal at the entrance of Terre'blanche's... 
A policeman (L) looks on as members of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) hang the "Vierkleur", flag of Transvaal at the entrance of Eugene Terre'blanche's farm outside Ventersdorp, in the northwest province April 4, 2010. South African President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of white far-right leader Terre'blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension. Police have detained two black farm workers and suspect Terre'blanche was killed in a dispute over unpaid wages, but AWB says he was battered and hacked to death in an attack with political overtones. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SAFRICA EUGENE
RTRFIQI 
March 12, 2001 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche shakes hands with a black man as he arrives... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
NEO-NAZI LEADER EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE ARRIVES AT COURT. 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche shakes hands with a black man as he arrives at the Magistrate's Court March 12, 2001. Terre Blanche prepared to go to prison on Monday for six years after a court upheld his conviction for attempting to kill a black security guard in 1997.

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA EUGENE
RTRFIPS 
March 12, 2001 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche arrives at the Magistrate's Court March... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
SOUTH AFRICAN NEO-NAZI LEADER EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE ARRIVES AT COURT. 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche arrives at the Magistrate's Court March 12, 2001. Terre Blanche prepared to go to prison on Monday for six years after a court upheld his conviction for attempting to kill a black security guard in 1997.

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA EUGENE
RTRFIO4 
March 12, 2001 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche arrives at the Magistrate's Court March... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
SOUTH AFRICAN NEO-NAZI LEADER EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE ARRIVES AT COURT. 
Hard-line South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche arrives at the Magistrate's Court March 12, 2001. Terre Blanche prepared to go to prison on Monday for six years after a court upheld his conviction for attempting to kill a black security guard in 1997.

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SAFRICA
RTR7KJ2 
August 24, 2000 
Correctional Services Commisioner Lulamele Mbethe speaks during a news conference in Pretoria August... 
Pretoria, South Africa 
CORRECTIONAL SERVICES COMMISSIONER MBETHE ADDRESSES NEWS CONFERENCE IN PRETORIA. 
Correctional Services Commisioner Lulamele Mbethe speaks during a news conference in Pretoria August 24, 2000. Mbethe said South African AWB leader Eugene Terreblanche will be released from prison on parole today, six months before his one-year term is due to end for assaulting a black petrol attendent.

JN/AA 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXJQUK 
March 31, 2000 
Ultra-rightwing Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche, who took South Africa... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
Ultra-rightwing Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche, who took South Afri..... 
Ultra-rightwing Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche, who took South Africa to the brink of civil war in 1994, addresses his supporters at Potchefstroom court on horseback March 30 . Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996. 
SAFRICA CRIME NAZI
RTR2QPZ 
March 31, 2000 
Ultra-rightwing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, who took South Africa to the brink of civil war in 1994,... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE TALK TO SUPPORTERS AT THE COURT TO RECEIVED A ONE PRISON SENTENCE. 
Ultra-rightwing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, who took South Africa to the brink of civil war in 1994, addresses his supporters at Potchefstroom court on horseback March 30. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

JN/GB 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXJQQP 
March 30, 2000 
South African far-right leader Eugene Terre Blanche of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) dismounts... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
South African far-right leader Eugene Terre Blanche of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) dismo..... 
South African far-right leader Eugene Terre Blanche of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) dismounts from his horse at Potchefstroom court March 30. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence on Thursday for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996. 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXJQQN 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives at... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives ..... 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996. 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXJQQM 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), arrives at... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), arrives a..... 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996. 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXJQQL 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives at... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives ..... 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) , arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996. 
SAFRICA CRIME NAZI
RTR2Q1L 
March 30, 2000 
SAFRICA-CRIME-NAZI:POTCHEFSTROOM,SOUTH AFRICA,30MAR00-Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's... 
Potchefstroom, South Africa 
SAFRICA'S AWB LEADER ARRIVES AT COURT FOR ONE YEAR PRISON SENTENCE. 
SAFRICA-CRIME-NAZI:POTCHEFSTROOM,SOUTH AFRICA,30MAR00-Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA CRIME
RTR2Q0I 
March 30, 2000 
South African far-right leader Eugene Terre Blanche of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) dismounts... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
TERRE BLANCHE ARRIVES AT THE COURT TO RECEIVE PRISON SENTENCE. 
South African far-right leader Eugene Terre Blanche of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) dismounts from his horse at Potchefstroom court March 30. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence on Thursday for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

JN/ 
SAFRICA CRIME NAZI
RTR2Q03 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
SAFRICA'S AWB LEADER ARRIVES AT COURT FOR ONE YEAR PRISON SENTENCE. 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA CRIME NAZI
RTR2PWQ 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
SAFRICA'S AWB LEADER ARRIVES AT COURT FOR ONE YEAR PRISON SENTENCE. 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

JN/FMS 
SAFRICA CRIME NAZI
RTR2PWG 
March 30, 2000 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom... 
Potchestroom, South Africa 
SAFRICA'S AWB LEADER ARRIVES AT COURT TO RECEIVE ONE YEAR SENTENCE. 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of South Africa's racist Afrikaner Resistance Movement, arrives at Potchefstroom court on horseback 30 March. Terre Blanche was summoned to receive his one-year jail sentence for assaulting a black petrol pump attendant in 1996.

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TERREBLANCHE
RTXHSNG 
December 16, 1998 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent... 
Klerksdorp, South Africa 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspond..... 
Former Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent December 15. Black and white South Africans gathered together simultaneously for the first time on Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the watershed battle of Blood River 160 years ago, which Afrikaners claim as a holy day. 
SAFRICA AFRIKANER
RTRKEKF 
December 16, 1998 
Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent December 15. Black and white South Africans gathered... 
Klerksdorp, South Africa 
EUGENE TERREBLANCHE MARKS ANNIVERSARY OF BATTLE OF BLOOD RIVER. 
Eugene Terreblanche talks to a Reuters correspondent December 15. Black and white South Africans gathered together simultaneously for the first time on Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the watershed battle of Blood River 160 years ago, which Afrikaners claim as a holy day.

JN/FMS 
RTR4HHR 
June 17, 1997 
A supporter of Eugene Terre Blanche, the leader of the neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB),... 
South Africa 
AWB SUPPORTER CARRIES BAGS OF COINS TO PAY BAIL 
A supporter of Eugene Terre Blanche, the leader of the neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), brings bags with bail payment in coins to the court house at Potchefstroom June 17. Eugene Terre Blanche was sentenced to a six year jail term for trying to murder one black man and assaulting another.

SAFRICA TERRE BLANCHE 
RTR4HEM 
June 17, 1997 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of the neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) arrives at the court... 
South Africa 
EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE ARRIVES AT THE COURT HOUSE 
Eugene Terre Blanche, leader of the neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) arrives at the court house at Potchefstroom June 17. Terre Blanche was sentenced to six years in jail for trying to murder one black man and assaulting another.

SAFRICA 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXGSVC 
April 03, 1996 
Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche (2ndL), protected by bodyguards, leaves... 
Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche (2ndL), protected by bodyguards, lea..... 
Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre Blanche (2ndL), protected by bodyguards, leaves the Supreme Court April 3 after neo-nazis were sentenced for the bombing blitz aimed at disrupting South Africa's first democratic elections in 1994. Five right-wingers were each jailed for 26 years after being convicted of murdering 20 people in the bombing campaign 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXGX1X 
March 09, 1996 
Far right wing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, riding a black horse, leads about 150 kahki-clad supporters... 
Far right wing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, riding a black horse, leads about 150 kahki-clad sup..... 
Far right wing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, riding a black horse, leads about 150 kahki-clad supporters through this eastern suburg of Johannesburg March 9. Terre Blanche, during a rally, said right-wing South Africans would never accept the post-apartheid government of President Nelson-Mandela and were planning a strategy of resistance 
RTR7A4 
March 09, 1996 
Far right-wing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, riding a black horse, leads about 150 kahki-clad supporters... 
South Africa 
AWB LEADER EUGENE TERRE BLANCHE, RIDING A HORSE LEADS 150 OF HIS SUPPORTERS 
Far right-wing AWB leader Eugene Terre Blanche, riding a black horse, leads about 150 kahki-clad supporters through this eastern suburg of Johannesburg March 9. Terre Blanche, during a rally, said right-wing South Africans would never accept the post-apartheid government of President Nelson Mandela and were planning a strategy of resistance.

SAFRICA RIGHT 
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXF3ZN 
December 16, 1994 
South African rightwing leader Eugene Terre Blanche leads a procession commemorating the holiest day... 
South African rightwing leader Eugene Terre Blanche leads a procession commemorating the holiest day..... 
South African rightwing leader Eugene Terre Blanche leads a procession commemorating the holiest day on the Afrikaner calendar, "the Day of the Vow", December 16 in this town 350 km south of Johannesburg 
Blanche
RTXF9CZ 
September 03, 1994 
South African Neo Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing meeting celebrating the... 
South African Neo Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing meeting celebrating ..... 
South African Neo Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing meeting celebrating the 21st anniversary of his Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) in this city 50km south of Johannesburg September 3 
BLANCHE
RTXFBE6 
June 18, 1994 
South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing march demanding amnesty... 
South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing march demanding amne..... 
South African Neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche gestures during a right-wing march demanding amnesty for all rightists and security force political prisoners in this capital city June 18 
TERRE BLANCHE
RTXFE8Q 
April 23, 1994 
White neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche April 23rd 
White neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche April 23rd.. 
White neo-Nazi leader Eugene Terre Blanche April 23rd 
RTR4H3T 
January 29, 1994 
FILE PHOTO OF 29JAN94 - Afrikaner Resistance Movement leader (AWB) Eugene Terre Blanche addresses white... 
South Africa 
FILE PHOTO OF RIGHTWING SOUTH AFRICAN LEADER TERRE BLANCHE 
FILE PHOTO OF 29JAN94 - Afrikaner Resistance Movement leader (AWB) Eugene Terre Blanche addresses white rightwingers in this January 29, 1994 file photo. A South African magistrate, Chris Eksteen, sentenced the white supremacist leader, Eugene Terre Blanche, to six years in jail June 17 for trying to murder one black man and assaulting another.

SOUTH AFRICA RIGHTIST SENTENCE 
TERREBLANCHE
RTXEVN7 
December 15, 1993 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-wingers... 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-winge..... 
Afrikaaner Weerstands Beweging (AWB) leader Eugene Terreblanche addresses a gathering of right-wingers at the Voortrekker Monument near Pretoria on the eve of the holiest day on their calendar December 15 
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