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CHINA-HEALTH/NETHERLANDS
RTS340GS
February 28, 2020
The entrance of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital is seen following a new case of coronavirus confirmed...
Tilburg, Netherlands
The entrance of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital is seen following a new case of coronavirus confirmed...
The entrance of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital is seen following a new case of coronavirus confirmed in the country, in Tilburg, Netherlands February 28, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier
CHINA-HEALTH/NETHERLANDS
RTS340GN
February 28, 2020
A woman pushes a wheelchair in front of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new...
Tilburg, Netherlands
A woman pushes a wheelchair in front of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new...
A woman pushes a wheelchair in front of the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new case of coronavirus confirmed in the country, in Tilburg, Netherlands February 28, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier
CHINA-HEALTH/NETHERLANDS
RTS340GF
February 28, 2020
People leave the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new case of coronavirus confirmed...
Tilburg, Netherlands
People leave the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new case of coronavirus confirmed...
People leave the Elisabeth-TweeSteden Hospital in Tilburg following a new case of coronavirus confirmed in the country, in Tilburg, Netherlands February 28, 2020. REUTERS/Eva Plevier
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31GR3
May 01, 2012
A poster which reads, "Weed ID? We will not participate" is seen in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg...
Tilburg, Netherlands
A poster which reads, "Weed ID? We will not participate" is seen in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg...
A poster which reads, "Weed ID? We will not participate" is seen in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. Tourists puffed on spliffs in the streets of southern Dutch cities and defiant coffee-shops sold joints to visitors in protest against a ban on selling cannabis to foreigners which took effect on May 1. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
DUTCH/
RTR31GQY
May 01, 2012
Wesley from Antwerp, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Wesley from Antwerp smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Wesley from Antwerp, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. Tourists puffed on spliffs in the streets of southern Dutch cities and defiant coffee-shops sold joints to visitors in protest against a ban on selling cannabis to foreigners which took effect on May 1. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31GQN
May 01, 2012
Wesley from Antwerp, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Wesley from Antwerp smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Wesley from Antwerp, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. Tourists puffed on spliffs in the streets of southern Dutch cities and defiant coffee-shops sold joints to visitors in protest against a ban on selling cannabis to foreigners which took effect on May 1. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31GQE
May 01, 2012
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Heidi from Limburg prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. Tourists puffed on spliffs in the streets of southern Dutch cities and defiant coffee-shops sold joints to visitors in protest against a ban on selling cannabis to foreigners which took effect on May 1. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31GQ9
May 01, 2012
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Heidi from Limburg prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. Tourists puffed on spliffs in the streets of southern Dutch cities and defiant coffee-shops sold joints to visitors in protest against a ban on selling cannabis to foreigners which took effect on May 1. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31G5E
May 01, 2012
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Heidi from Limburg prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, prepares a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. A controversial law that will make it harder for foreign tourists to buy cannabis at the Netherlands' famous coffee shops has been upheld by a Dutch court. The law, which goes into force in three southern provinces on May 1 before going nationwide next year, means coffee shops can only sell cannabis to registered members. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren(NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL POLITICS)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31G58
May 01, 2012
A bouncer checks the IDs of potential customers of the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
A bouncer checks the IDs of potential customers of the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
A bouncer checks the IDs of potential customers of the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. A controversial law that will make it harder for foreign tourists to buy cannabis at the Netherlands' famous coffee shops has been upheld by a Dutch court. The law, which goes into force in three southern provinces on May 1 before going nationwide next year, means coffee shops can only sell cannabis to registered members. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL POLITICS)
DUTCH-CANNABIS/
RTR31G54
May 01, 2012
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Heidi from Limburg smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg
Heidi from Limburg, Belgium, smokes a joint in the Toermalijn coffee shop in Tilburg April 29, 2012. A controversial law that will make it harder for foreign tourists to buy cannabis at the Netherlands' famous coffee shops has been upheld by a Dutch court. The law, which goes into force in three southern provinces on May 1 before going nationwide next year, means coffee shops can only sell cannabis to registered members. Picture taken April 29, 2012. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS DRUGS TRAVEL)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V6B
February 05, 2010
Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L), Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (C) and his...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Dutch Deputy Minister Albayrak, Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck and his Dutch counterpart Hirsch...
Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L), Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (C) and his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (R) look at each other's presents at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5Y
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (C) and Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5X
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (C) and Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5W
February 05, 2010
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the...
Tilburg, Netherlands
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5V
February 05, 2010
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the...
Tilburg, Netherlands
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg
A view of the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5O
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) receives a symbolic key to the prison from his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (C) and Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V5N
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck speaks at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5,...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck speaks at at the prison facility in Tilburg
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck speaks at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V59
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Albayrak at the prison...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V54
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Albayrak at the prison...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) shares a joke with Dutch Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V50
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (L) speaks to his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (R)...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck speaks to his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin at the prison facility...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (L) speaks to his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (R) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V4V
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin and Deputy...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (C) and Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS/PRISON
RTR29V4P
February 05, 2010
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Belgium's Minister of Justice De Clerck is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin and Deputy...
Belgium's Minister of Justice Stefaan de Clerck (R) is welcomed by his Dutch counterpart Hirsch Ballin (C) and Deputy Minister Nebahat Albayrak (L) at the prison facility in Tilburg February 5, 2010. With plenty of prison cells to spare, the Netherlands has agreed to admit 500 Belgian inmates in its prison in the Southern Dutch city of Tilburg. Belgium will pay the Dutch 30 million euros a year for the favour under a three-year deal. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
NETHERLANDS
RTR1QMN0
June 09, 2007
Sonia Gandhi (C), widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party,...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Sonia Gandhi attends the Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University.
Sonia Gandhi (C), widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party, attends the Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University next to Queen Beatrix (L) in Tilburg June 9, 2007. REUTERS/POOL/Ed Oudenaarden (NETHERLANDS)
NETHERLANDS
RTR1QMMW
June 09, 2007
Sonia Gandhi, widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party,...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Sonia Gandhi speaks during Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University
Sonia Gandhi, widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party, speaks during Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University in Tilburg June 9, 2007. REUTERS/POOL/Ed Oudenaarden (NETHERLANDS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR1QMMD
June 09, 2007
Sonia Gandhi, widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party,...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Sonia Gandhi speaks during Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University
Sonia Gandhi, widow of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and head of India's ruling congress party, speaks during Nexus-lecture at Tilburg University in Tilburg June 9, 2007. REUTERS/POOL/Ed Oudenaarden (NETHERLANDS)
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11IB0
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Kenny Agustien (R) jumps for the ball with Monaco's Eric Cubilier during their UEFA...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Agustien fights for the ball with Monaco's Cubilier during their UEFA Cup soccer...
Willem II Tilburg's Kenny Agustien (R) jumps for the ball with Monaco's Eric Cubilier during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTR11HXU
September 29, 2005
Monaco's goalie Guillaume Warmuz makes a save during a UEFA Cup first round, second leg soccer match...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Monaco's goalie Warmuz makes a save during UEFA Cup match against Willem II Tilburg in Tilburg
Monaco's goalie Guillaume Warmuz makes a save during a UEFA Cup first round, second leg soccer match against Willem II Tilburg at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11HGE
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Martijn Reuser (R) fights for the ball with Monaco's Olivier Kapo during their UEFA...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Reuser fights for ball with Monaco's Kapo during UEFA Cup match in Tilburg
Willem II Tilburg's Martijn Reuser (R) fights for the ball with Monaco's Olivier Kapo during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11HG2
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Arvid Smit (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Diego Perez during their UEFA Cup...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Smit fights for ball with Monaco's Perez during UEFA Cup match in Tilburg
Willem II Tilburg's Arvid Smit (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Diego Perez during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11HFX
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Kenny Agustien (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Lucas Bernardi during their...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Agustien fights for the ball with Monaco's Bernardi during their UEFA Cup soccer...
Willem II Tilburg's Kenny Agustien (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Lucas Bernardi during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11HFS
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Kemy Agustien (R) fights for the ball with Monaco's Toifilou Maoulida during their...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Agustien fights for ball with Monaco's Maoulida during UEFA Cup match in Tilburg
Willem II Tilburg's Kemy Agustien (R) fights for the ball with Monaco's Toifilou Maoulida during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTR11HEW
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Nuelson Wau (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Emmanuel Adebayor during their...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Wau fights for ball with Monaco's Adebayor during UEFA Cup match in Tilburg
Willem II Tilburg's Nuelson Wau (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Emmanuel Adebayor during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER UEFA
RTR11H95
September 29, 2005
Willem II Tilburg's Nuelson Wau (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Emmanuel Adebayor during their...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Willem II Tilburg's Wau fights for ball with Monaco's Adebayor during UEFA Cup match in Tilburg
Willem II Tilburg's Nuelson Wau (L) fights for the ball with Monaco's Emmanuel Adebayor during their UEFA Cup first round second leg soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg September 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU7H
June 24, 2005
Germany's goalkeeper Adler comforts team mate Jansen after their FIFA World Youth Championships match...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Germany's goalkeeper Adler comforts team mate Jansen after their FIFA World Youth Championships ...
Germany's goalkeeper Adler comforts team mate Jansen after their FIFA World Youth Championships match against Brazil in Tilburg, the Netherlands. Germany's goalkeeper Rene Adler (R) comforts his team mate Marcell Jansen after their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships match against Brazil at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands June 24, 2005. Brazil won 2-1. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU7C
June 24, 2005
Germany's Broeker challenges Brazil's Quirino during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Germany's Broeker challenges Brazil's Quirino during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth ...
Germany's Broeker challenges Brazil's Quirino during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships match in Tilburg, the Netherlands. Germany's Thomas Broeker (R) challenges Brazil's Thiago Quirino of Brazil (L) during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands June 24, 2005. Brazil won 2-1. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU5K
June 24, 2005
Matip of Germany challenges Quirino of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Matip of Germany challenges Quirino of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth ...
Matip of Germany challenges Quirino of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match in Tilburg. Marvin Matip of Germany (R) challenges Thiago Quirino of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU5G
June 24, 2005
Tardelli of Brazil celebrates his goal against Germany during the quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Tardelli of Brazil celebrates his goal against Germany during the quarter-final FIFA World ...
Tardelli of Brazil celebrates his goal against Germany during the quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match in Tilburg. Diego Tardelli of Brazil celebrates his goal against Germany during the quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU56
June 24, 2005
Thomik of Germany challenges Arouca of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Thomik of Germany challenges Arouca of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth ...
Thomik of Germany challenges Arouca of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match in Tilburg. Paul Thomik of Germany (C) challenges Arouca of Brazil (L) during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU4U
June 24, 2005
Delura of Germany challenges Fabio Santos of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Delura of Germany challenges Fabio Santos of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth ...
Delura of Germany challenges Fabio Santos of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match in Tilburg. Michael Delura of Germany (L) challenges Fabio Santos of Brazil during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships soccer match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, Netherlands June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWU3Y
June 24, 2005
Nicky Adler of Germany challenges Leonardo of Brazil for the ball during FIFA World Youth Championships...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Nicky Adler of Germany challenges Leonardo of Brazil for the ball during FIFA World Youth ...
Nicky Adler of Germany challenges Leonardo of Brazil for the ball during FIFA World Youth Championships in Tilburg, the Netherlands. Nicky Adler of Germany (R) challenges Leonardo of Brazil for the ball during their quarter-final FIFA World Youth Championships match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands June 24, 2005. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWOG1
June 21, 2005
Syria's AL Abdi challenges Brazil's Leonardo during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's AL Abdi challenges Brazil's Leonardo during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Syria's AL Abdi challenges Brazil's Leonardo during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazil in Tilburg. Syria's Jalal AL Abdi (R) challenges Brazil's Joao Leonardo during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Brazil won the match 1-0. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWOFR
June 21, 2005
Syria's AL Abdi and captain Al Haj react after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's AL Abdi and captain Al Haj react after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship ...
Syria's AL Abdi and captain Al Haj react after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazi in Tilburg. Syria's Jalal Al Abdi (L) and captain Majed Al Haj react after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazil at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Brazil won the match 1 - 0. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWOFL
June 21, 2005
Syria's Jenyat misses an opportunity to score past Brazilian goalkeeper Renan during the round of 16...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's Jenyat misses an opportunity to score past Brazilian goalkeeper Renan during the round ...
Syria's Jenyat misses an opportunity to score past Brazilian goalkeeper Renan during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Syria's Aatef Jenyat (C) misses an opportunity to score past Brazilian goalkeeper Renan with Diego looking on during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Brazil won the match by 1-0. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWOFG
June 21, 2005
Syria's Dakka and Al Haj react after losing to Brazil in the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's Dakka and Al Haj react after losing to Brazil in the round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Syria's Dakka and Al Haj react after losing to Brazil in the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Syria's Abd Dakka (L) and Majed Al Haj react after losing to Brazil in the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship soccer match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Brazil won the match by 1-0. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWOE6
June 21, 2005
Syria's Kailouni reacts after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazi in Tilburg....
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's Kailouni reacts after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazi ...
Syria's Kailouni reacts after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazi in Tilburg. Syria's Meaataz Kailouni reacts after the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Brazil at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Brazil won the match 1-0. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWO5V
June 21, 2005
Syrian supporters watch their team plays against Brazil during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syrian supporters watch their team plays against Brazil during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Syrian supporters watch their team plays against Brazil during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship soccer match in Tilburg. Syrian supporters watch their team plays against Brazil during the round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship soccer match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Brazil's goalkeeper Renan celebrates Brazil's first goal against Syria during their round of 16 FIFA...
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Brazil's goalkeeper Renan celebrates Brazil's first goal against Syria during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's goalkeeper Renan celebrates Brazil's first goal against Syria during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship soccer match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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June 21, 2005
Syria's Jenyat and Dakka challenge Brazil's Bobo and Rafael their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's Jenyat and Dakka challenge Brazil's Bobo and Rafael their round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Syria's Jenyat and Dakka challenge Brazil's Bobo and Rafael their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Syria's Aatef Jenyat (L) and Abd Dakka (2nd R) challenge Brazil's Bobo (R) and Rafael during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
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Brazil's goal scorer Rafael celebrates his goal against Syria with team mates during their round of 16...
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Brazil's goal scorer Rafael celebrates his goal against Syria with team mates during their ...
Brazil's goal scorer Rafael celebrates his goal against Syria with team mates during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's goal scorer Rafael (L) celebrates his goal against Syria with team mates on the bench during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Syria's Shahrour shoots the ball past Brazil's Santos during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship...
Tilburg, Netherlands
Syria's Shahrour shoots the ball past Brazil's Santos during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Syria's Shahrour shoots the ball past Brazil's Santos during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Syria's Salah Shahrour (L) shoots the ball past Brazil's Fabio Santos (R) during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Brazil's Roberto challenges Syria's AL Haj during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match...
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Brazil's Roberto challenges Syria's AL Haj during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Brazil's Roberto challenges Syria's AL Haj during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's Roberto (R) challenges Syria's Majed AL Haj during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
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Brazil's Rafael celebrates with substitute players after converting a penalty during their round of 16...
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Brazil's Rafael celebrates with substitute players after converting a penalty during their ...
Brazil's Rafael celebrates with substitute players after converting a penalty during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's Rafael (no.2) celebrates with substitute players after converting a penalty during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Syria at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005.. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
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Brazil's Rafael celebrates with BOBO after converting a penalty during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth...
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Brazil's Rafael celebrates with BOBO after converting a penalty during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's Rafael (R) celebrates with BOBO after converting a penalty during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match against Syria at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005.. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
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Brazil's Rafael flies through the air after being fouled by Syria's Al Aitoni during their round of 16...
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Brazil's Rafael flies through the air after being fouled by Syria's Al Aitoni during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match in Tilburg. Brazil's Rafael (yellow jersey) flies through the air after being fouled by Syria's Hamzeh Al Aitoni (C) during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
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Germany's Adler and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round of 16...
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Germany's Adler and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg. Germany's Nicky Adler (L) and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Germany won the match by 3-2 and advances to the quarter-final. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Germany goalkeeper Adler and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round...
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Germany goalkeeper Adler and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg. Germany Goalkeeper Rene Adler (2nd L) and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Germany won the match by 3-2 and advances to the quarter-final. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Germany's Matip and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round of 16...
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Germany's Matip and team mates celebrate Germany's victory against China after their their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg. Marvin Matip from Germany (C) and team mates Marcel Schuon (L), Rene Adler, and Marvin Compper celebrate Germany's victory against China after their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Germany won the match by 3-2 and advances to the quarter-final. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Germany's Matip and team mate Thomik celebrate Germany's the winning goal against China during their...
Tilburg, Netherlands
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Germany's Matip and team mate Thomik celebrate Germany's the winning goal against China during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg. Marvin Matip (L) from Germany and team mate Paul Thomik (R) celebrate Germany's the winning goal against China during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Germany won the match by 3-2 and advances to the quarter-final. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Germany's Matip scores the winning goal against China during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship...
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Germany's Matip scores the winning goal against China during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth ...
Germany's Matip scores the winning goal against China during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II stadium in Tilburg. Marvin Matip from Germany (R top) scores the winning goal against China with China's Xiaoting Feng (L) and Wangsong Tan (R bottom) look on during their round of 16 FIFA World Youth Championship match at the Willem II Stadium in Tilburg, the Netherlands, June 21, 2005. Germany won the match by 3-2 and advances to the quarter-final. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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