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MARKETS-FOREX/BIS C
RTX2NUXW 
September 02, 2016 
MARKETS-FOREX/BIS - The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released on Sept. 1 its triennial survey... 
Global foreign-exchange turnover EPS C 
MARKETS-FOREX/BIS - The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released on Sept. 1 its triennial survey of the global FX market. 
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR44Y70 
September 04, 2014 
People dig for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014.... 
FOKESTONE, United Kingdom 
People dig for buried gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England 
People dig for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014. German artist Michael Sailstorfer has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold as part of a conceptual piece of art "Folkestone Digs", for the Folkestone Triennial 2015 art festival. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR44Y3O 
September 04, 2014 
Nine-year old-Lucie Bach uses a metal detector to look for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone... 
FOKESTONE, United Kingdom 
A girl uses a metal detector to look for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England... 
Nine-year old-Lucie Bach uses a metal detector to look for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014. German artist Michael Sailstorfer has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold as part of a conceptual piece of art "Folkestone Digs", for the Folkestone Triennial 2015 art festival. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR44Y1K 
September 04, 2014 
A woman digs for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014.... 
FOKESTONE, United Kingdom 
A woman digs for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England 
A woman digs for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014. German artist Michael Sailstorfer has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold as part of a conceptual piece of art "Folkestone Digs", for the Folkestone Triennial 2015 art festival. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR44Y0O 
September 04, 2014 
A man uses a metal detector to look for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England... 
FOKESTONE, United Kingdom 
A man uses a metal detector to look for buried gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast... 
A man uses a metal detector to look for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014. German artist Michael Sailstorfer has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold as part of a conceptual piece of art "Folkestone Digs", for the Folkestone Triennial 2015 art festival. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR44XZW 
September 04, 2014 
People dig for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014.... 
FOKESTONE, United Kingdom 
People dig for buried gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England 
People dig for gold on the outer harbour beach at Folkestone in southeast England September 4, 2014. German artist Michael Sailstorfer has buried 30 pieces of 24-carat gold as part of a conceptual piece of art "Folkestone Digs", for the Folkestone Triennial 2015 art festival. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1X 
October 20, 2009 
A man takes pictures at a creation titled "Mecanica de suelos" (Grounds Mechanics), made from handicrafts... 
Santiago, Chile 
A man takes pictures at a creation titled "Mecanica de suelos" (Grounds Mechanics), made from handicrafts... 
A man takes pictures at a creation titled "Mecanica de suelos" (Grounds Mechanics), made from handicrafts on a light box, during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1U 
October 20, 2009 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during... 
Santiago, Chile 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during... 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1S 
October 20, 2009 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during... 
Santiago, Chile 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during... 
A creation titled "La vida es sueño" (The life is dream), made from 45 bedside tables, is displayed during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1P 
October 20, 2009 
People look at a creation titled "El pensamiento del pensamiento" (the thought of thought ) during the... 
Santiago, Chile 
People look at a creation titled "El pensamiento del pensamiento" (the thought of thought ) during the... 
People look at a creation titled "El pensamiento del pensamiento" (the thought of thought ) during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1N 
October 20, 2009 
A man looks at a creation titled "Tiger heart" during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago... 
Santiago, Chile 
A man looks at a creation titled "Tiger heart" during the Santiago art triennial exhibition 
A man looks at a creation titled "Tiger heart" during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU1J 
October 20, 2009 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular",... 
Santiago, Chile 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular",... 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular", made from tinted thistle flowers, during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/
RTXPU0O 
October 20, 2009 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular",... 
Santiago, Chile 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular",... 
A man walks past a creation titled "Some aspects of color in general and red and black in particular", made from tinted thistle flowers, during the Santiago art triennial exhibition, Santiago October 20, 2009. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CHILE-ART/TRIENNIAL
RTXPEMS 
October 07, 2009 
A man walks past a painting titled "grito#32" (yell#32) during an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo... 
Santiago, Chile 
A man walks past a painting titled "grito#32" (yell#32) during an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo... 
A man walks past a painting titled "grito#32" (yell#32) during an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay" (Paraguayan Clay Museum collection) in Santiago October 7, 2009. The exhibition of works showcases indigenous, pre-Columbian and colonial art to popular and contemporary art of Paraguay and South America. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY) 
CHILE-ART/TRIENNIAL
RTXPEMJ 
October 07, 2009 
Boys look at clay masks displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay"... 
Santiago, Chile 
Boys look at clay masks displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay"... 
Boys look at clay masks displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay" (Paraguayan Clay Museum collection) in Santiago October 7, 2009. The exhibition of works showcases indigenous, pre-Columbian and colonial art to popular and contemporary art of Paraguay and South America. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY) 
CHILE-ART/TRIENNIAL
RTXPEM8 
October 07, 2009 
A clay figure of a crocodile is displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay"... 
Santiago, Chile 
A clay figure of a crocodile is displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay"... 
A clay figure of a crocodile is displayed at an exhibition in the Coleccion del Museo del Barro de Paraguay" (Paraguayan Clay Museum collection) in Santiago October 7, 2009. The exhibition of works showcases indigenous, pre-Columbian and colonial art to popular and contemporary art of Paraguay and South America. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
YEMEN/
RTXER3F 
May 05, 2009 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
RTXER12 
May 05, 2009 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
RTXER0Z 
May 05, 2009 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
RTXER0A 
May 05, 2009 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa 
Members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
RTXER08 
May 05, 2009 
Guests and members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5,... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Guests and members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa 
Guests and members of Yemen's ruling GPC party attend the party's triennial congress in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
RTXEQY8 
May 05, 2009 
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress... 
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress party in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
YEMEN/
RTXEQY6 
May 05, 2009 
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress... 
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh addresses a triennial congress of the ruling General People's Congress party in Sanaa May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN POLITICS) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A9M 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex &... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex &... 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A9G 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "Colonne sans fin" by Reto Emch is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "Colonne sans fin" by Reto Emch is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex... 
The installation "Colonne sans fin" by Reto Emch is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A9C 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "CHASM" by Gillian White is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts"... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "CHASM" by Gillian White is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts"... 
The installation "CHASM" by Gillian White is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A96 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "Des Loups qui Traversent la Nuit" by Olivier Estoppey is pictured during a media preview... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "Des Loups qui Traversent la Nuit" by Olivier Estoppey is pictured during a media preview... 
The installation "Des Loups qui Traversent la Nuit" by Olivier Estoppey is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A92 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "Etat de sieste" by Aliska Lahusen is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "Etat de sieste" by Aliska Lahusen is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex... 
The installation "Etat de sieste" by Aliska Lahusen is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A8Y 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "cervelas" by Vincent Kohler is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts"... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "cervelas" by Vincent Kohler is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts"... 
The installation "cervelas" by Vincent Kohler is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A8V 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex &... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex &... 
The installation "(dis)appear" by Paul Le Grand is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX6A8Q 
May 29, 2008 
The installation "gratte-ciel" (skyscraper) by Gilles Porret is pictured during a media preview of the... 
BEX, Switzerland 
The installation "gratte-ciel" by Gilles Porret is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex &... 
The installation "gratte-ciel" (skyscraper) by Gilles Porret is pictured during a media preview of the 10th "Bex & Arts" contemporary sculpture exhibition in Bex May 29, 2008. The triennial exhibition presents eighty-two sculptures from Swiss artists and will be open from June 1 to September 28 at the Szilassy Estate. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
KAZAKHSTAN
RTR1GWLR 
September 01, 2006 
Fireworks illuminate the sky over the Palace of Peace and Harmony, designed by British architect Norman... 
Astana, Kazakhstan 
Fireworks illuminate the sky over the Palace of Peace and Harmony, designed by British architect Norman... 
Fireworks illuminate the sky over the Palace of Peace and Harmony, designed by British architect Norman Foster, during its official opening in Astana September 1, 2006. With a stained glass apex, Foster's 62 meters (203 feet) high pyramid constructed in Kazakhstan's capital will be a permanent venue for the triennial congress of world religious leaders. REUTERS/Talgat Galimov (KAZAKHSTAN) 
KAZAKHSTAN
RTR1GWLP 
September 01, 2006 
British architect Norman Foster stands in front of his new creation, Palace of Peace and Harmony, before... 
Astana, Kazakhstan 
British architect Norman Foster stands in front of his new creation, Palace of Peace and Harmony, before... 
British architect Norman Foster stands in front of his new creation, Palace of Peace and Harmony, before its official opening in Astana September 1, 2006. With a stained glass apex, Foster's 62 meters (203 feet) high pyramid constructed in Kazakhstan's capital will be a permanent venue for the triennial congress of world religious leaders. REUTERS/Talgat Galimov (KAZAKHSTAN) 
ENERGY AFRICA
RTRPF8R 
September 26, 2005 
Funsho Kupolokun, Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), speaks during... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Group Managing Director of NNPC speaks during the first plenary session of the World Petroleum Conference... 
Funsho Kupolokun, Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), speaks during the first plenary session of the World Petroleum Conference in Johannesburg September 26, 2005. The triennial Congress, which runs until September 29, is the world's largest gathering of oil producers, executives, governments and other groups. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
ARTS TATE
RTRIY92 
May 26, 2003 
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French
artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss'... 
London, UK 
CORNELIA PARKER'S VARIATION OF RODIN'S 'THE KISS' IN NEW EXHIBITION
'DAYS LIKE THESE' AT THE TATE BRITAIN.... 
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French
artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by Cornelia Parker in a new
exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the Tate Britain, in London, February
25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of
contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists,
encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound
works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003.
REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/MD 
DAVENPORT
RTXLTEQ 
February 25, 2003 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition called 'Days Like These'... 
London, UK 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition called 'Days Like The..... 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition called 'Days Like These' at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. 'Days Like These' is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003. 
DAVENPORT
RTXLTEP 
February 25, 2003 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition, "Days Like These", at... 
London, UK 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition, "Days Like These", a..... 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new exhibition, "Days Like These", at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003. 
PARKER
RTXLTEO 
February 25, 2003 
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by... 
London, UK 
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' ..... 
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by Cornelia Parker in a new exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003. 
WHITEREAD
RTXLTEN 
February 25, 2003 
A visitor walks past Rachel Whiteread's untitled stairs in a new exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the... 
London, UK 
A visitor walks past Rachel Whiteread's untitled stairs in a new exhibition, 'Days Like These', at t..... 
A visitor walks past Rachel Whiteread's untitled stairs in a new exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. 'Days Like These' is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003. 
LAMBIE
RTXLTEM 
February 25, 2003 
A young visitor walks across a striped floor by British artist Jim Lambie featured in a new exhibition... 
London, UK 
A young visitor walks across a striped floor by British artist Jim Lambie featured in a new exhibiti..... 
A young visitor walks across a striped floor by British artist Jim Lambie featured in a new exhibition called "Days Like These", at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003. 
ARTS BRITAIN
RTRIY9F 
February 25, 2003 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new
exhibition called 'Days Like These'... 
London, UK 
A VISITOR LOOKS AT IAN DAVENPORT'S "UNTITLED POURED LINES" IN A NEW
EXHIBITION AT THE TATE BRITAIN. 
A visitor looks at Ian Davenport's "Untitled Poured Lines" in a new
exhibition called 'Days Like These' at the Tate Britain, in London,
February 25, 2003. 'Days Like These' is the second Tate triennial
exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of
twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video,
photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until
May 26, 2003. REUTERS/Toby Melville

TM/MD 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTR531J 
June 08, 2000 
Two members of the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) enjoy a packed lunch during a break... 
London, UK 
MEMBERS OF THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE ENJOY A PACKED LUNCH. 
Two members of the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) enjoy a packed lunch during a break at their Triennial general meeting at the Wembley Arena June 7. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTR15IOA 
June 07, 2000 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures as he addresses the National Federation of Women's Institute... 
London, UK 
PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ADDRESSES THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures as he addresses the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) at their Triennial general meeting at the Wembley Arena June 7. Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS/CLH/ 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTRV5MD 
June 07, 2000 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair bites his lip after addressing the National Federation of Women's... 
London, UK 
PRIME MINISTER BLAIR BITS HIS LIP AFTER ADDRESSING THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair bites his lip after addressing the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) at their Triennial general meeting at the wembley Arena June 7. Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTR51ZZ 
June 07, 2000 
Members of the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) enjoy a packed lunch in the midday sun... 
London, UK 
MEMBERS OF THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE ENJOY A PACKED LUNCH. 
Members of the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) enjoy a packed lunch in the midday sun during a break at their Triennial general meeting at the Wembley Arena June 7. Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTR51ZA 
June 07, 2000 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair bites his lip after addressing the National Federation of Women's... 
London, UK 
PRIME MINISTER BLAIR GRIMACES AFTER HE ADDRESSED THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair bites his lip after addressing the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) at their Triennial general meeting at the Wembley Arena June 7. Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS 
BRITIAN BLAIR
RTR51Z3 
June 07, 2000 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures as he addresses the National Federation of Women's Institute... 
London, UK 
PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ADDRESSES THE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. 
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair gestures as he addresses the National Federation of Women's Institute (W.I) at their Triennial general meeting at the Wembley Arena June 7. Blair, in his first speech since a two-week break with his fourth child, was heckled by some members of the audience as he harked back to traditional British values while tempering Labour attacks on elitism.

DJM/PS 
AUTOS LABOR
RTRQ1CL 
June 14, 1999 
Ford Motor Company Executive Director for Labor Affairs Robert H. Marcin responds to a reporter's question... 
Dearborn, USA 
FORD DIRECTOR FOR LABOR AFFAIRS RESPONDS TO QUESTIONS. 
Ford Motor Company Executive Director for Labor Affairs Robert H. Marcin responds to a reporter's question June 14 during a news briefing at Ford World Headquarters following the formal opening of labor contract talks, where auto worker safety emerged as a top concern for this year's triennial labor contract talks. The banner behind Marcin was presented to Ford and signed by members of the UAW Ford bargaining committee. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/JP/JRE 
AUTOS LABOR
RTRQ1CH 
June 14, 1999 
United Auto Workers Union President Stephen P. Yokich responds to a reporter's question June 14 during... 
Dearborn, USA 
UAW PRESIDENT YOKICH RESPONDS TO QUESTIONS AT BRIEFING. 
United Auto Workers Union President Stephen P. Yokich responds to a reporter's question June 14 during a news briefing at Ford World Headquarters following the formal opening of labor contract talks, where auto worker safety emerged as a top concern for this year's triennial labor contract talks. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/JP/JRE 
AUTOS FORD
RTRQ1C5 
June 14, 1999 
United Auto Workers Union President Stephen P. Yokich listens June 14 as reporters direct questions to... 
Dearborn, USA 
UAW PRESIDENT YOKICH LISTENS TO QUESTIONS. 
United Auto Workers Union President Stephen P. Yokich listens June 14 as reporters direct questions to other UAW officials during a news briefing at Ford World Headquarters following the formal opening of labor contract talks where auto worker safety emerged as a top concern for this year's triennial labor contract talks. jch/Photo by John C.

JCH/JP/JRE 
RTRVG6 
October 13, 1996 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad... 
Malaysia 
MALAYSIA MAHATHIR TALKS TO ANWAR DURING UMNO ASSEMBLY 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad (R) talks to his deputy Anwar Ibrahim who is also Deputy Prime Minister, October 12, during the 2-day 1996 UMNO general assembly which was held in Kuala Lumpur. Mahathir, who won the presidential seat uncontested, showed he is still very much in charge of his political party at the end of the three-day triennial elections assembly.

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October 10, 1996 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad... 
Malaysia 
MALAYSIA MAHATHIR'S MAN WINS KEY MALAYSIAN PARTY POST 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad (C) grins widely as his ally, Foreign Minister Abdullah Badawi (R) wins one of the three vice presidential seats in the triennial elections of UMNO in Kuala Lumpur October 10. The other two seats was won by Chief Minister of Selangor state Muhammad Muhammad Taib (L) and Education Minister Najib Tun Razak (2nd-L). Deputy Prime Minister and vice president of UMNO Anwar Ibrahim (2nd-R) celebrates with the winners.

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October 10, 1996 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad... 
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MALAYSIA PRIME MINISTER MAHATHIR MOHAMAD SPEAKS 
Malaysian Prime Minister and president of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) Mahathir Mohamad appears on a large screen as he addresses the opening of the UMNO triennial election assembly in Kuala Lumpur, October 10. Mahathir, who has lost two key allies in party polls, warns corruption and ruthless campaigning will destroy the 50-year old UMNO.

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