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CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7VOV7
September 15, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 16 - La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans - France - September 15, 2020....
Villard-De-Lans, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 16 - La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans - France - September 15, 2020. Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7V1TV
September 12, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ...
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ rider Stefan Kueng of Switzerland and Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7V1TO
September 12, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ...
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ rider Stefan Kueng of Switzerland and Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7V1QD
September 12, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ...
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ rider Stefan Kueng of Switzerland, Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium and Team Sunweb rider Cees Bol of the Netherlands in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7V1Q6
September 12, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ...
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ rider Stefan Kueng of Switzerland, Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium and Team Sunweb rider Cees Bol of the Netherlands in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7V1PW
September 12, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ...
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon - France - September 12, 2020. Groupama-FDJ rider Stefan Kueng of Switzerland, Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium and Team Sunweb rider Cees Bol of the Netherlands in action. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX7SJ7W
August 30, 2020
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 2 - Nice Haut Pays to Nice - France - August 30, 2020. Trek-Segafredo...
Nice, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 2 - Nice Haut Pays to Nice - France - August 30, 2020. Trek-Segafredo rider Edward Theuns of Belgium before the start. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTX6C9T7
July 21, 2018
Cycling - Tour de France - The 188-km Stage 14 from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Mende - July 21, 2018...
Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - The 188-km Stage 14 from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Mende - July 21, 2018 - Team Sunweb rider Edward Theuns of Belgium before the start. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
CYCLING-FRANCE/
RTS1VEIZ
July 05, 2018
Cycling - Tour de France - Teams Presentation - La Roche-sur-Yon, France - July 5, 2018 - Team Sunweb...
LA ROCHE-SUR-YON, France
Tour de France
Cycling - Tour de France - Teams Presentation - La Roche-sur-Yon, France - July 5, 2018 - Team Sunweb riders Nikias Arndt of Germany and Edward Theuns of Belgium arrive at the teams presentation, in front of a mural of five-times Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
RUGU/
RTS3H40
October 07, 2015
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's...
United Kingdom
Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's Theuns Kotze looks dejected at the end of the match
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra
Livepic
RUGU/
RTS3H1V
October 07, 2015
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Theuns...
United Kingdom
Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Theuns Kotze scores the first try for Namibia
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra
Livepic
RUGU/
RTS3H1T
October 07, 2015
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Theuns...
United Kingdom
Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Theuns Kotze scores the first try for Namibia
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra
Livepic
RUGU/
RTS3GQC
October 07, 2015
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's...
United Kingdom
Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's Theuns Kotze kicks a penalty
Action Images via Reuters / Henry Browne
Livepic
RUGU/
RTS3GNK
October 07, 2015
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's...
United Kingdom
Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Namibia v Georgia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 7/10/15
Namibia's Theuns Kotze kicks a penalty
Action Images via Reuters / Henry Browne
Livepic
RUGU/
RTS2AJC
September 29, 2015
Rugby Union - Tonga v Namibia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 29/9/15
Tonga's...
United Kingdom
Tonga v Namibia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C
Rugby Union - Tonga v Namibia - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool C - Sandy Park, Exeter, England - 29/9/15
Tonga's PJ van Lill in action with Namibia's Johan Deysel Jnr and Theuns Kotze
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra
Livepic
BELGIUM-CYCLING/
RTR4UUE6
March 25, 2015
Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise's Jelle Wallays of Belgium sprays champagne on the podium after winning the...
Waregem, Belgium
Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise's Wallays wins the 70th Dwars door Vlaanderen cycling race in Waregem
Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise's Jelle Wallays of Belgium sprays champagne on the podium after winning the 70th Dwars door Vlaanderen cycling race in Waregem March 25, 2015. Wallays won the race ahead of team mate Edward Theuns (L) of Belgium and Cannondale-Garmin's Dylan Van Baarle (R) of the Netherlands, who finished third. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
LAOS-ECONOMY/
RTX16SOQ
December 23, 2013
A farmer works in a paddy field under the power lines near Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province October...
Khammouane, Laos
A farmer works in a paddy field under the power lines near Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province
A farmer works in a paddy field under the power lines near Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province October 28, 2013. The government is staking much of its future on large-scale infrastructure projects, including multi-billion dollar road and high-speed rail links intended to turn Laos into a crossroads of China, Thailand and Vietnam.The boom in Laos, one of Asia's poorest countries, is not over, but serious cracks are starting to show. Economists warn the country of 6.7 million is facing the downside of a development model based on easy credit, resource exploitation and infrastructure mega projects. Picture taken October 28, 2013. To match Feature LAOS-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Aubrey Belford (LAOS - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE ENERGY)
LAOS-ECONOMY/
RTX16SOI
December 23, 2013
Children swim in an artificial reservoir created for the Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province October...
Khammouane, Laos
Children swim in an artificial reservoir created for the Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province
Children swim in an artificial reservoir created for the Nam Theun 2 dam in Khammouane province October 28, 2013. Where villages once stood there is now a reservoir peppered with dead trees and stagnant water the colour of weak coffee. A narrow artificial peninsula hosts settlements for relocated locals. Picture taken October 28, 2013. To match Feature LAOS-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Aubrey Belford (LAOS - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10J6Q
June 11, 2013
Fariza Taleb, occupant of the Number 2 rue de Valenciennes builidng, and members of France's Right of...
Paris, France
Fariza Taleb, occupant of the Number 2 rue de Valenciennes builidng, and members of France's Right of...
Fariza Taleb, occupant of the Number 2 rue de Valenciennes builidng, and members of France's Right of Housing group DAL (Droit au Logement) arrive to attend a hearing at the "Tribunal d'Instance de Paris" in Paris May 15, 2013. As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken May 15, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR2RUT1
September 26, 2011
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (R) attempts to tackle Wales' Gethin Jenkins during their Rugby World Cup Pool...
New Plymouth, New Zealand
Namibia's Theuns Kotze attempts to tackle Wales' Gethin Jenkins during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match...
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (R) attempts to tackle Wales' Gethin Jenkins during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match at Stadium Taranaki in New Plymouth September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR2RURV
September 26, 2011
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Wales' Scott Williams from scoring during their Rugby World...
New Plymouth, New Zealand
Namibia's Theuns Kotze fails to prevent Wales' Scott Williams from scoring during their Rugby World Cup...
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Wales' Scott Williams from scoring during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match at Stadium Taranaki in New Plymouth September 26, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR2R9SS
September 14, 2011
Samoa's Eliota Sapolu Fuimaono (C) tackles Namibia's Theuns Kotze during their Rugby World Cup Pool D...
Rotorua, New Zealand
Samoa's Eliota Sapolu Fuimaono tackles Namibia's Theuns Kotze during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match...
Samoa's Eliota Sapolu Fuimaono (C) tackles Namibia's Theuns Kotze during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match at Rotorua international Stadium in Rotorua September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR2R9Q5
September 14, 2011
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby...
Rotorua, New Zealand
Namibia's Theuns Kotze fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby...
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match at Rotorua international Stadium in Rotorua September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY-WORLD/
RTR2R9Q4
September 14, 2011
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby...
Rotorua, New Zealand
Namibia's Theuns Kotze fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby...
Namibia's Theuns Kotze (L) fails to prevent Samoa's Alesana Tuilagi from scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup Pool D match at Rotorua international Stadium in Rotorua September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
RUGBY
RTR2NJKI
June 10, 2011
Romania's Valentin Ursache (C) tries to stop Namibia's Kotze Theuns (R) during their IRB Nations Cup...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Ursache tries to stop Namibia's Theuns during their IRB Nations Cup rugby match in Bucharest...
Romania's Valentin Ursache (C) tries to stop Namibia's Kotze Theuns (R) during their IRB Nations Cup rugby match in Bucharest June 10, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY
RTR2NJJX
June 10, 2011
Romania's Danut Dumbrava (R) tries to stop Namibia's Kotze Theuns during their IRB Nations Cup rugby...
Bucharest, Romania
Romania's Dumbrava tries to stop Namibia's Theuns during their IRB Nations Cup rugby match in Bucharest...
Romania's Danut Dumbrava (R) tries to stop Namibia's Kotze Theuns during their IRB Nations Cup rugby match in Bucharest June 10, 2011. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
GERMANY/
RTXAIDI
November 12, 2008
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich of Germany (L) and his lawyer Ulrich Theune await the start...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Former Tour de France winner Ullrich of Germany and his lawyer Theune await the start of a hearing in...
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich of Germany (L) and his lawyer Ulrich Theune await the start of a hearing in a courtroom in the western German city of Duesseldorf November 12, 2008. The German court may order the former owner of the defunct Team Coast, Guenther Dahms, to pay the retired rider up to 500,000 Euro in unpaid salary from a three-year contract with Ullrich in 2003 which Dahm is not willing to pay because Ullrich had doped at the time. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXAIDD
November 12, 2008
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich of Germany (R) and his lawyer Ulrich Theune await the start...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Former Tour de France winner Ullrich of Germany and his lawyer Theune await the start of a hearing in...
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich of Germany (R) and his lawyer Ulrich Theune await the start of a hearing in a courtroom in the western German city of Duesseldorf November 12, 2008. The German court may order the former owner of the defunct Team Coast, Guenther Dahms, to pay the retired rider up to 500,000 Euro in unpaid salary from a three-year contract with Ullrich in 2003 which Dahm is not willing to pay because Ullrich had doped at the time. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
LAOS/DAM
RTR1RD22
July 01, 2007
Construction workers build the regulating dam, part of the Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric project, near the...
GNOMMALATH, Laos
To match feature LAOS/DAM
Construction workers build the regulating dam, part of the Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric project, near the town of Gnommalath (Yommalat) in southern Laos June 28, 2007. Two years from completion, the Nam Theun 2 dam being carved out of a jungle-clad corner of Laos has already set a high standard for future hydroelectric projects in the power-hungry region. To match feature LAOS/DAM REUTERS/Darren Schuettler (LAOS)
MEDIA TRIBUNE
RTR1I1QG
October 06, 2006
The exterior of the Los Angeles Times is shown October 5, 2006. Parent company theTribune Company announced...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Exterior of the Los Angeles Times building in Los Angeles
The exterior of the Los Angeles Times is shown October 5, 2006. Parent company theTribune Company announced that Times publisher Jeffrey Johnson resigned Thursday, several weeks after he and editor Dean Baquet vowed to resist attempts to cut more staff at the newspaper. REUTERS/Gene Blevins (UNITED STATES)
MEDIA TRIBUNE
RTR1I1QF
October 06, 2006
The exterior of the Los Angeles Times is shown October 5, 2006. Parent company theTribune Company announced...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Exterior of the Los Angeles Times building in Los Angeles
The exterior of the Los Angeles Times is shown October 5, 2006. Parent company theTribune Company announced that Times publisher Jeffrey Johnson resigned Thursday, several weeks after he and editor Dean Baquet vowed to resist attempts to cut more staff at the newspaper. REUTERS/Gene Blevins (UNITED STATES)
LAOS
RTXOOYS
June 08, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Western construction worker surveys ongoing work to build a power plant for...
NAM THEUN, Laos
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Western construction worker surveys ongoing work to build a power plant f.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Western construction worker surveys ongoing work to build a power plant for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of [Vientiane] in this May 18, 2006 file photo. [Government statistics list 23 electricity generation projects accounting for some $1.5 billion of the country's $4.3 billion total foreign investment since 2001. More than 91 mining projects over the same period have brought in investment of $436 million. A lot of the profits will go to outsiders. At least 10 dams built by Russian and Chinese companies have recently won approval to export electricity. Among the more controversial developments is the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project, costing around $1.4 billion -- half of annual GDP. The dam, opposed by environmental groups citing threats to endangered species and villagers' livelihoods, is due to be finished by 2009.]
LAOS
RTXOOYR
June 08, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
Laotian electricity workers maintain power lines in Thakhek, nearly 500 km south...
Thakhek, Laos
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
Laotian electricity workers maintain power lines in Thakhek, nearly 500 km s.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
Laotian electricity workers maintain power lines in Thakhek, nearly 500 km south of the Lao capital [Vientiane] in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Growing demand for electricity in the region is spurring Laos to build more dams to generate electricity, including the $1.3 billion Nam Theun 2 dam, the largest foreign investment in the [poverty]-stricken country.
LAOS
RTXOOYQ
June 08, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian teenager rides a bicycle outside of her new home close to the site...
NAM THEUN, Laos
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian teenager rides a bicycle outside of her new home close to the site.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian teenager rides a bicycle outside of her new home close to the site of the Nam Theun 2 dam, [500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane] in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Villagers who have been relocated due to the construction of the $1.3 billion dam, the largest foreign investment ever attempted in Laos, now enjoy electricity and running water in new pilot villages set up by dam officials. Picture taken May 18, 2006.
LAOS
RTXOOYP
June 08, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian worker scans the ground for unexploded mines near the construction...
NAM THEUN, Laos
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian worker scans the ground for unexploded mines near the construction.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 18MAY06 -
A Laotian worker scans the ground for unexploded mines near the construction site of Nam Theun 2 dam, about 500 km (311 miles) south of [Vientiane] in this May 18, 2006 file photo. [The clearance of unexploded mines, legacies of the Vietnam War, will cost $8 million and pose a problem to the construction of a dam that is hoped to bring more development to poverty-stricken Laos.]
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6QD
June 08, 2006
Women practice aerobics in front of an electricity tower in Nakhon Phanom province across the river from...
Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
Women practice aerobics in front of an electricity tower in Nakhon Phanom province across the river from Laos where workers are constructing Nam Theun 2 dam in this May 18, 2006 file photo. The $1.3 billion dam, the largest foreign investment ever attempted in Laos, is expected to help feed growing energy demand from neighbouring Thailand from 2009 onwards. Picture taken on May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6P4
June 08, 2006
A Laotian worker scans the ground for unexploded mines near the construction site of Nam Theun 2 dam,...
Lao
To match ECONOMY LAOS
A Laotian worker scans the ground for unexploded mines near the construction site of Nam Theun 2 dam, about 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. The clearance of unexploded mines, legacies of the Vietnam War, will cost $8 million and pose a problem to the construction of a dam that is hoped to bring more development to poverty-stricken Laos. Picture taken on May 18, 2006. To match ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang








REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6P0
June 08, 2006
Construction workers are seen at the site where work is ongoing to build a power plant for the Nam Theun...
Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
Construction workers are seen at the site where work is ongoing to build a power plant for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Construction workers build a water channel for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Government statistics list 23 electricity generation projects accounting for some $1.5 billion of the country's $4.3 billion total foreign investment since 2001. More than 91 mining projects over the same period have brought in investment of $436 million. A lot of the profits will go to outsiders. At least 10 dams built by Russian and Chinese companies have recently won approval to export electricity. Among the more controversial developments is the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project, costing around $1.4 billion -- half of annual GDP. The dam, opposed by environmental groups citing threats to endangered species and villagers' livelihoods, is due to be finished by 2009. Picture taken May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6OZ
June 08, 2006
A Laotian teenager rides a bicycle outside of her new home close to the site of the Nam Theun 2 dam,...
Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
A Laotian teenager rides a bicycle outside of her new home close to the site of the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Villagers who have been relocated due to the construction of the $1.3 billion dam, the largest foreign investment ever attempted in Laos, now enjoy electricity and running water in new pilot villages set up by dam officials. Picture taken May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6OY
June 08, 2006
A teenager plays basketball in front of an electricity tower in Nakhon Phanom province across the river...
Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
A teenager plays basketball in front of an electricity tower in Nakhon Phanom province across the river from Laos in this May 18, 2006 file photo, where workers are constructing Nam Theun 2 dam. The $1.3 billion dam, the largest foreign investment ever attempted in Laos, is expected to help feed growing energy demand from neighbouring Thailand from 2009 onwards. Picture taken on May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6OX
June 08, 2006
Laotian electricity workers maintain power lines in Thakhek, nearly 500 km south of the Lao capital Vientiane...
Thakhek, Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
Laotian electricity workers maintain power lines in Thakhek, nearly 500 km south of the Lao capital Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Growing demand for electricity in the region is spurring Laos to build more dams to generate electricity, including the $1.3 billion Nam Theun 2 dam, the largest foreign investment in the poverty-stricken country. Picture taken May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6OW
June 08, 2006
Construction workers build a water channel for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane...
Lao
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
Construction workers build a water channel for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Government statistics list 23 electricity generation projects accounting for some $1.5 billion of the country's $4.3 billion total foreign investment since 2001. More than 91 mining projects over the same period have brought in investment of $436 million. A lot of the profits will go to outsiders. At least 10 dams built by Russian and Chinese companies have recently won approval to export electricity. Among the more controversial developments is the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project, costing around $1.4 billion -- half of annual GDP. The dam, opposed by environmental groups citing threats to endangered species and villagers' livelihoods, is due to be finished by 2009. Picture taken May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)








REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
ECONOMY LAOS
RTR1E6OU
June 08, 2006
A Western construction worker surveys ongoing work to build a power plant for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500...
Bangkok, multiple countries
To match feature ECONOMY LAOS
A Western construction worker surveys ongoing work to build a power plant for the Nam Theun 2 dam, 500 km (311 miles) south of Vientiane in this May 18, 2006 file photo. Government statistics list 23 electricity generation projects accounting for some $1.5 billion of the country's $4.3 billion total foreign investment since 2001. More than 91 mining projects over the same period have brought in investment of $436 million. A lot of the profits will go to outsiders. At least 10 dams built by Russian and Chinese companies have recently won approval to export electricity. Among the more controversial developments is the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project, costing around $1.4 billion -- half of annual GDP. The dam, opposed by environmental groups citing threats to endangered species and villagers' livelihoods, is due to be finished by 2009. Picture taken on May 18, 2006. To match feature ECONOMY LAOS. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (LAOS)
THEUNE MEYER
RTXNK49
June 20, 2005
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after...
Frankfurt, Germany
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after.....
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the teams arrival in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. [Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday.]
THEUNE MEYER
RTXNK47
June 20, 2005
Tina Theune-Meyer (C) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, holds the teams winning...
Frankfurt, Germany
Tina Theune-Meyer (C) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, holds the teams winning.....
Tina Theune-Meyer (C) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, holds the teams winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. [Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday.]
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWLUW
June 20, 2005
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold European Championship trophy on arrival in Frankfurt....
Frankfurt, Germany
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold European Championship trophy on arrival in ......
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold European Championship trophy on arrival in Frankfurt. Tina Theune-Meyer (L) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, and Silvia Neid, assistant coach and Theune-Meyer's successor as head coach, hold the teams winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
GERMANY
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June 20, 2005
Head coach of the German women's national soccer team Theune-Meyer and German striker Prinz hold the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Head coach of the German women's national soccer team Theune-Meyer and German striker Prinz hold ...
Head coach of the German women's national soccer team Theune-Meyer and German striker Prinz hold the winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt. Tina Theune-Meyer (L) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, and German striker Birgit Prinz hold the winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWLTV
June 20, 2005
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after ......
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the teams arrival in Frankfurt. Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the teams arrival in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWLTE
June 20, 2005
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after ......
Tina Theune-Meyer head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the teams arrival in Frankfurt. Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women's national soccer team signs the Golden Book after the teams arrival in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
SPORT SOCCER
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June 20, 2005
Tina Theune-Meyer (C) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, holds the teams winning...
Frankfurt, Germany
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer holds European Championship trophy on arrival in Frankfurt.
Tina Theune-Meyer (C) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, holds the teams winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm GRI/AA
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWLSP
June 20, 2005
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold up European Championship trophy on arrival in...
Frankfurt, Germany
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold up European Championship trophy on arrival ......
German women's soccer coach Theune-Meyer and team hold up European Championship trophy on arrival in Frankfurt. Tina Theune-Meyer (L) head coach of the German women's national soccer team, and Silvia Neid, assistant coach and Theune-Meyer's successor as head coach, hold up the teams winning trophy after arriving at the airport in Frankfurt June 20, 2005. Germany defeated Norway 3-1 in the Women's European Championships soccer final yesterday. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
THAILAND
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March 14, 2005
A Thai activist burns a sign of President of the World Bank James D. Wolfensohn during a protest in Bangkok....
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai activist burns a sign of President of the World Bank James D. Wolfensohn during a protest ...
A Thai activist burns a sign of President of the World Bank James D. Wolfensohn during a protest in Bangkok. A Thai activist burns a placard and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest against the World Bank's support of the Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos in front of the World Bank in Bangkok March 14, 2005. After nearly a decade of discussions, the World Bank confirmed on January 28 it will begin financial and environmental appraisals of the $1.3 billion Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND
RTR4XFV
March 14, 2005
A Thai activist burns a placard and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai activist burns a placard and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a ...
A Thai activist burns a placard and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest in Bangkok. A Thai activist burns a sign of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest against the World Bank's support of the Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in front of the World Bank building in Bangkok March 14,2005. After nearly a decade of discussions, the World Bank confirmed on January 28 it will begin financial and environmental appraisals of the $1.3 billion Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
THAILAND
RTR4XFO
March 14, 2005
A Thai activist holds a sign and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest against...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai activist holds a sign during a protest against World Bank in Bangkok.
A Thai activist holds a sign and photo of World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn during a protest against the World Bank's support of the Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos in front of the World Bank building in Bangkok March 14, 2005. After nearly a decade of discussions, the World Bank confirmed on January 28 it will begin financial and environmental appraisals of the $1.3 billion Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/AT
BADEN BADEN
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December 21, 2003
GERMAN BECKENBAUER CONGRATULATES GERMAN NATIONAL WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM COACH THEUNE-MEIER AT SPORTS GALA...
Baden Baden, Germany - FDR
GERMAN BECKENBAUER CONGRATULATES GERMAN NATIONAL WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM COACH THEUNE-MEIER AT SPORTS ......
GERMAN BECKENBAUER CONGRATULATES GERMAN NATIONAL WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM COACH THEUNE-MEIER AT SPORTS GALA IN BADEN BADEN. German Franz Beckenbauer, President of German soccer club FC Bayern Munich (R) congratulates German national women's soccer team coach Tina Theune-Meier during the Sports Gala "Athlete of the Year 2003" December 21, 2003 in Baden Baden, Germany. German sport journalists elected the sportsman, sportswoman and sports team of 2003 which were presented at the event. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
SPORT SOCCER GERMANY WOMAN
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October 14, 2003
(L-R) Germany's soccer player Sandra Minnert, scorer of the match
winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer and...
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S WOMENS SOCCER PLAYER KUENZER, MINERT AND COACH THEUNE-MEIER
CELEBRATE IN FRANKFURT.
(L-R) Germany's soccer player Sandra Minnert, scorer of the match
winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer and team coach Tina Theune-Meier
celebrate during a reception for the FIFA Womens World Cup 2003 winners
in Frankfurt October 14, 2003. Germany lifted the Women's World Cup for
the first time on Sunday after a golden goal from substitute Kuenzer
gave them a 2-1 victory over Sweden. The match had gone into extra time
when Kuenzer rose to meet a controversially awarded free kick from
midfielder Renate Lingor in the 98th minute and headed home from 12
yards out. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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SPORT SOCCER GERMANY WOMAN
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October 14, 2003
Germany's scorer of the game winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer (L) points
as she and team coach Tina Theune-Meier...
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S GOLDEN GOAL SCORER NIA KUENZER POINTS DURING RECEPTION IN
FRANKFURT.
Germany's scorer of the game winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer (L) points
as she and team coach Tina Theune-Meier celebrate during a reception
for the FIFA World Cup 2003 winners in Frankfurt October 14, 2003.
REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

WR/JOH
SPORT SOCCER GERMANY WOMAN
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October 14, 2003
Germany's scorer of the game winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer displays
her gold medal with team coach...
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR
GERMANY'S GOLDEN GOAL SCORER NIA KUENZER DISPLAYS HER GOLD MEDAL DURING
RECEPTION IN FRANKFURT.
Germany's scorer of the game winning golden goal Nia Kuenzer displays
her gold medal with team coach Tina Theune-Meier (R) and player Renate
Lingor (L) during a reception for the FIFA World Cup 2003 winners in
Frankfurt October 14, 2003. Germany lifted the Women's World Cup for
the first time on Sunday after a golden goal from substitute Kuenzer
gave them a 2-1 victory over Sweden. The match had gone into extra time
when Kuenzer rose to meet a controversially awarded free kick from
midfielder Renate Lingor in the 98th minute and headed home from 12
yards out. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

WR/JOH
SPORT SOCCER
RTRPL8D
October 10, 2003
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German national soccer team
(left), and Brigit Prinz, the team's...
Carson, USA
GERMAN COACH AND TOP SCORER WATCH PRACTICE FOR WORLD CUP FINAL.
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German national soccer team
(left), and Brigit Prinz, the team's top scorer, watch as Germany
practices for their FIFA Women's World Cup soccer final match in
Carson, California, October 10, 2003. Germany will face Sweden in the
final on October 12. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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SPORT SOCCER
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October 10, 2003
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women national soccer team
(center), watches as her players...
Carson, USA
GERMAN COACH WATCHES PRACTICE FOR WORLD CUP FINAL.
Tina Theune-Meyer, head coach of the German women national soccer team
(center), watches as her players practice for their FIFA Women's World
Cup soccer final match in Carson, California, October 10, 2003. Germany
will face Sweden in the final on October 12. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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