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TURKEY-GERMANY/
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October 21, 2010
Bettina Wulff (C), wife of German President Christian Wulff, poses for a picture with German citizens...
Tarsus, Turkey
Bettina, wife of German President Christian Wulff, poses for a picture with German citizens living in...
Bettina Wulff (C), wife of German President Christian Wulff, poses for a picture with German citizens living in Turkey in the town of Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO9Y
October 21, 2010
Germany's President Christian Wulff (2nd R), accompanied by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R)...
Tarsus, Turkey
Germany's President Wulff speaks to media after an ecumenical service at the church of St. Paul in Tarsus...
Germany's President Christian Wulff (2nd R), accompanied by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and President of the Religious Council of the Armenian Patriarchate of Istanbul Aram Atesyan (L), speaks to media after an ecumenical service at the church of St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas(TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO9E
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff, his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Beyer attend an ecumenical service...
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO84
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul...
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Steffen Kugler/Bundesregierung/Pool (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO7L
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (R, both standing) attend an ecumenical service...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in...
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (R, both standing) attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Steffen Kugler/Bundesregierung/Pool (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO7K
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (R) attend an ecumenical service at the church...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in...
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (R) attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Steffen Kugler/Bundesregierung/Pool (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO7C
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul...
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Steffen Kugler/Bundesregierung/Pool (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO75
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (both standing) attend an ecumenical service at...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in...
German President Christian Wulff and his wife Bettina (both standing) attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Bundesregierung/Steffen Kugler/Pool (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO72
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (L) is welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and the...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff is welcomed as he arrives for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul...
German President Christian Wulff (L) is welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and the other priests as he arrives for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas(TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6V
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (L) is welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff is welcomed as he arrives for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul...
German President Christian Wulff (L) is welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and the other priests as he arrives for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas(TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6T
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (2nd L) and his wife Bettina (L) are welcomed by priests as they arrive...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina are welcomed by priests as they arrive for an ecumenical...
German President Christian Wulff (2nd L) and his wife Bettina (L) are welcomed by priests as they arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6Q
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (2nd L) and his wife Bettina (L) are welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff and his wife Bettina are welcomed as they arrive for an ecumenical service at...
German President Christian Wulff (2nd L) and his wife Bettina (L) are welcomed by Bishop Grigorios Melki Urek of Adiyaman (R) and the other priests as they arrive for an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas(TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6L
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff, his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Beyer attend an ecumenical service...
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6G
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff, his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Beyer attend an ecumenical service...
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY-GERMANY/
RTXTO6D
October 21, 2010
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer...
Tarsus, Turkey
German President Wulff, his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Beyer attend an ecumenical service...
German President Christian Wulff (3rd R-R), his wife Bettina and German member of parliament Peter Beyer attend an ecumenical service at the church for St. Paul in Tarsus, southern Turkey, October 21, 2010. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TURKEY ISLAMISTS
RTRJRL
January 23, 2000
Turkish police forensic experts hold a body bag after they had discovered more bodies during their search...
Istanbul, Turkey - Republic of Turkey
TURKISH POLICE FORENSIC EXPERTS FIND MORE BODIES.
Turkish police forensic experts hold a body bag after they had discovered more bodies during their search for radical Islamist guerrillas in the southern Turkish city of Tarsus January 23. Police unearthed six bodies in fields near Turkey's Mediterranean coast on Sunday, underlining the prime minister's warning that a probe into radical Islamic guerillas would uncover grisly sights. The discovery brought the number of killings blamed on the Hizbollah organisation to 31.

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