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RTX1I2MP
June 27, 2015
Football - Denmark v Sweden - UEFA European Under 21 Championship - Czech Republic 2015 - Semi Final...
Czech Republic
Denmark v Sweden - UEFA European Under 21 Championship - Czech Republic 2015 - Semi Final
Football - Denmark v Sweden - UEFA European Under 21 Championship - Czech Republic 2015 - Semi Final - Generali Arena, Prague, Czech Republic - 27/6/15
Denmark's Uffe Bech in action with Sweden's Abdul Khalili
Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine
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BRAZIL/
RTXUI6A
November 11, 2010
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI67
November 11, 2010
A man walks on Atafona beach, near debris of a destroyed house in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers)...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A man walks on Atafona beach in Atafona
A man walks on Atafona beach, near debris of a destroyed house in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI62
November 11, 2010
A boat is seen near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro,...
ATAFONA, Brazil
Sand blocked a street near Atafona beach in Atafona
A boat is seen near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI61
November 11, 2010
A man rides a horse-pulled cart on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A man rides a horse-pulled cart on Atafona beach in Atafona
A man rides a horse-pulled cart on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI5X
November 11, 2010
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de...
ATAFONA, Brazil
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI5T
November 11, 2010
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de...
ATAFONA, Brazil
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona
Sand blocks a street near Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI5R
November 11, 2010
A home is seen covered with sand on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A home is seen covered with sand on Atafona beach in Atafona
A home is seen covered with sand on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI5O
November 11, 2010
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona
A destroyed house is seen on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXUI5N
November 11, 2010
A resident looks out from his house on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north...
ATAFONA, Brazil
A resident looks out from his house on Atafona beach in Atafona
A resident looks out from his house on Atafona beach in Atafona, about 225 miles (360 kilometers) north of Rio de Janeiro, November 11, 2010. Local fishermen bet on divine fury, scientists raise theories, but the fact is that the town of Atafona is disappearing. Located in a delta in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, this small town of sand is being swallowed by the ocean as rising temperatures speed up the process of erosion. According to researchers, a total of 183 buildings have been destroyed and the Marine lighthouse moved twice in the past 30 years. Researchers from the Federal Fluminense University (UFF) created the Atafona Project in 2003 to study the causes of accelerated coastal erosion in the region. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
SOCCER-EUROPA/
RTR2IFIA
September 16, 2010
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League Group H soccer match against Getafe...
Madrid, Spain
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League soccer match against Getafe in Madrid...
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League Group H soccer match against Getafe at Colisseum Alfonso Perez stadium in Madrid September 16, 2010. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPA/
RTR2IFI6
September 16, 2010
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League Group H soccer match against Getafe...
Madrid, Spain
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League soccer match against Getafe in Madrid...
OB Odense's coach Uffe Pedersen reacts during their Europa League Group H soccer match against Getafe at Colisseum Alfonso Perez stadium in Madrid September 16, 2010. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
USA/POE
RTR23G71
January 16, 2009
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site,...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Poe re-enactor recites "The Bells" during the "Great Poe debate" in Philadelphia
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site, recites "The Bells" during the "Great Poe debate" at the Free Library of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
USA/POE
RTR23G6J
January 16, 2009
Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site Helen McKenna-Uff...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Poe re-enactor recognizes winner of "Great Poe debate" in Philadelphia
Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site Helen McKenna-Uff (L) recognizes Philadelphia writer Ed Pettit as the winner of the "Great Poe debate" at the Free Library of Philadelphia in Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
USA/POE
RTR23G6B
January 16, 2009
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site,...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Poe re-enactor stands during the "Great Poe debate" in Philadelphia
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site, stands during the "Great Poe debate" at the Free Library of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
USA/POE
RTR23G63
January 16, 2009
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site,...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Poe re-enactor turns in her seat during the "Great Poe debate" in Philadelphia
Helen McKenna-Uff, Poe re-enactor and U.S. park ranger from the Edgar Allen Poe national historic site, turns in her seat during the "Great Poe debate" at the Free Library of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
LATVIA/
RTR1UY68
October 15, 2007
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (R) speaks as Estonia's President Toomas...
Riga, Latvia
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen speaks as Estonia's President Toomas...
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (R) speaks as Estonia's President Toomas Hendrik Ilves listens during a discussion at international conference "Europe at the Crossroads: Agenda from Riga to Bucharest" in Riga October 15, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins(LATVIA)
LATVIA/
RTR1UY5V
October 15, 2007
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen gestures during a discussion at international...
Riga, Latvia
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen gestures during a discussion at international conference " "Europe at the Crossroads: Agenda from Riga to Bucharest" in Riga October 15, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins(LATVIA)
LATVIA/
RTR1UY5U
October 15, 2007
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen gestures during a discussion at international...
Riga, Latvia
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen gestures during a discussion in Riga...
Denmark's former Minister of Foreign Affairs Uffe Ellemann-Jensen gestures during a discussion at international conference "Europe at the Crossroads: Agenda from Riga to Bucharest" in Riga October 15, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins(LATVIA)
POLAND
RTR1LSYB
January 30, 2007
Minister of Sport Tomasz Lipiec speaks to the media regarding the Polish Football Association crisis...
Warsaw, Poland
Minister of Sport Tomasz Lipiec speaks to the media during news conference at the Sports Ministry in...
Minister of Sport Tomasz Lipiec speaks to the media regarding the Polish Football Association crisis during a news conference at the Sports Ministry in Warsaw January 30, 2007. Ukraine soccer federation (UFF) president Hrihory Surkis has accused Polish Sports Minister Tomasz Lipiec of undermining the two countries' chances of staging the Euro 2012 finals. Last week Lipiec suspended the Polish Football Association after a match-fixing investigation, angering the world and European governing bodies. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND)
SPORT SOCCER IRELAND
RTRNQB9
August 19, 2003
AUSTRALIA'S KON TACKLES IRELAND'S UFF DURING AN INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY
AT LANSDOWNE ROAD DUBLIN.
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
AUSTRALIA'S KON TACKLES IRELAND'S UFF DURING AN INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY
AT LANSDOWNE ...
AUSTRALIA'S KON TACKLES IRELAND'S UFF DURING AN INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY
AT LANSDOWNE ROAD DUBLIN.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMBE
July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air...
Belfast, UK
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air.....
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before his men fired shots in the air midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant marching season in Belfast, Northern Ireland, late July 11, 2001. Pro-British Protestants set traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB8
July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July",...
Belfast, UK
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of .....
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690. ]
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB6
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth...
Belfast, UK
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The .....
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.]
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXKMB5
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth...
Belfast, UK
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The .....
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July", the climax of the Protestant "marching season" in Northern Ireland, Belfast, early July 12, 2001. [Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.]
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMSI
July 12, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS CLOSE TO BONFIRE IN LOYALISTS SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) shoots in the air at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the Protestant
"marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001.
Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12,
when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange
over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

PM/JD
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMSB
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS AT MIDNIGHT IN THE LOYALISTS' SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots at midnight
to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the Protestant
"marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July 12, 2001.
Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald July 12,
when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William of Orange
over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

PM/JD
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMS3
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS IN THE AIR IN THE SHANKILL AREA OF WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the
Protestant "marching season" in Belfast, Northern Ireland, early July
12, 2001. Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald
July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William
of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in
1690.

PM/JD
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMRV
July 12, 2001
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
UFF GUNMEN FIRE SHOTS IN THE AIR IN THE SHANKILL AREA OF WEST BELFAST.
Belfast Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) fire shots in the air
at midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of July" - the climax of the
Protestant "marching season" in Northern Ireland, Belfast, early July
12, 2001. Pro-British Protestants torch traditional bonfires to herald
July 12, when they hold parades to commemorate the victory of William
of Orange over Roman Catholic King James at The Battle of the Boyne in
1690.

PM/JD
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKMT5
July 11, 2001
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before
his men fired shots in the air...
Belfast, United Kingdom of Great Britain
A UFF GUNMAN DELIVERS A STATEMENT IN THE LOYALISTS' SHANKILL AREA OF
WEST BELFAST.
A Protestant Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) delivers a statement before
his men fired shots in the air midnight to usher in "The Twelfth of
July", the climax of the Protestant marching season in Belfast,
Northern Ireland, late July 11, 2001. Pro-British Protestants set
traditional bonfires to herald July 12, when they hold parades to
commemorate the victory of William of Orange over Roman Catholic King
James at The Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

PM/JD
NORTHERN  IRELAND
RTXKLVJ
July 08, 2001
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumcree,...
Portadown, UK
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumc.....
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening protests in a field at Drumcree, Portadown, Northern Ireland, July 8, 2001. Heavy British security and a massive steel barrier blocked Northern Ireland Protestants from entering a flashpoint Catholic area in Drumcree on Sunday, but marchers heeded an appeal for calm.
BRITAIN IRELAND
RTRKI8W
July 08, 2001
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening
protests in a field at Drumcree,...
Portadown, UK
LOYALISTS CARRYING A UFF FLAG PROTEST AT DRUMCREE IN NORTHERN IRELAND.
Two loyalists hold an Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) flag during evening
protests in a field at Drumcree, Portadown, Northern Ireland, July 8,
2001. Heavy British security and a massive steel barrier blocked
Northern Ireland Protestants from entering a flashpoint Catholic area
in Drumcree on Sunday, but marchers heeded an appeal for calm.

PM/CRB
IRISH
RTR5XA4
July 03, 2000
British soldiers watch as Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) members attempt to walk down the Garvachy road...
Glasgow, UK
BRITISH SOLDIERS WATCH AS UFF MEMBERS WALK DOWN THE GARVACHY ROAD.
British soldiers watch as Ulster Freedom Fighter (UFF) members attempt to walk down the Garvachy road to show their support for the orange men at Drumcree July 3.Tensions are runnning high within the Loyalist community following the Northern Ireland's Parades Commission ruling in stopping of the Orangemen from entering the nationalists Garvaghy Road.

JJM/ME
NATO
RTXFM4J
November 25, 1999
French Foreign Minister Herve de Charette (L) extends his hand towards Denmark's former foreign minister...
French Foreign Minister Herve de Charette (L) extends his hand towards Denmark's former foreign mini.....
French Foreign Minister Herve de Charette (L) extends his hand towards Denmark's former foreign minister Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (2nd R), November 13, after a 35 minute meeting at the Quai d'Orsay. Earlier Paris had criticised Ellemann-Jensen's bid for the post of NATO secretary-general. EDITORS NOTE QUALITY DUE TO EXTREME ENLARGEMENT
ADARE
RTXHS47
December 23, 1998
Johnny Adare (C), the leader of the Loyalist terrorist group the UFF (Ulster Volunteer Force), is met...
Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND
Johnny Adare (C), the leader of the Loyalist terrorist group the UFF (Ulster Volunteer Force), is me.....
Johnny Adare (C), the leader of the Loyalist terrorist group the UFF (Ulster Volunteer Force), is met by two unidentified supporters as he leaves the Maze prison in Belfast for a 10 day parole, December 23. As part of the Good Friday Agreement 170 IRA and loyalist terrorists have been released from prison for a 10 day Christmas parole.
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BRITAIN IRISH
RTRKMDD
December 23, 1998
Johnny Adare (C), the leader of the Loyalist terrorist group the UFF (Ulster Volunteer Force), is met...
Belfast, UK
LOYALIST TERRORIST LEADER ADARE LEAVES MAZE PRISON ON CHRISTMAS PAROLE.
Johnny Adare (C), the leader of the Loyalist terrorist group the UFF (Ulster Volunteer Force), is met by two unidentified supporters as he leaves the Maze prison in Belfast for a 10 day parole, December 23. As part of the Good Friday Agreement 170 IRA and loyalist terrorists have been released from prison for a 10 day Christmas parole.

PM/JDP
EU98UFFE
RTREGQV
May 29, 1998
Danish Social Democratic Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen gestures at the Danish Parliament building...
Kobenhavn
DANISH PRIME MINISTER RASMUSSEN AFTER RESULTS OF EU REFERENDUM.
Danish Social Democratic Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen gestures at the Danish Parliament building surrounded by press lateThursday May 28after the results of the EU referendum. The Danes, in their fifth EU referendum since they voted in 1972 to join the then European Economic community from 1973, came out 55.1 percent in favour of the Amsterdam Treaty and 44.9 percent against.

AA
DANISH LIBERAL LEADER UFFE-JENSEN RESIGNING 
RTRC8WR
March 17, 1998
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (R), leader of the defeated opposition Danish Liberal Party, announces March 17...
Copenhagen
DANISH LIBERAL LEADER JENSEN RESIGNS
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (R), leader of the defeated opposition Danish Liberal Party, announces March 17 during a press conference surrounded by the press that he will resign as leader. The centre-right bloc led by his Liberal Party lost last week's general election, getting 89 seats in the 179-seat parliament against 90 for the centre-left bloc and allies led by Social Democrat Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen.

DENMARK ELLEMANN
ELLEMANN JENSEN
RTXIHMH
March 10, 1998
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen smiles as he shows his ballot papers before...
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen smiles as he shows his ballot papers be.....
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen smiles as he shows his ballot papers before he casts his vote for the Danish general elections in a polling station in Copenhagen March 11. Four million voters will elect a 179-seat parliament on Wednesday in an election which could send shockwaves far beyond the border of their small, prosperous Nordic nation and across the rest of Europe.
ELLEMANN JENSEN
RTXIHU2
March 08, 1998
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen laughs in front of a party logo during a...
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen laughs in front of a party logo during a.....
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen laughs in front of a party logo during a news conference about the approaching Danish general elections March 9. Danes will choose a new parliament on March 11 in an election which could send shockwaves far beyond the border of their small, prosperous Nordic nation and across the rest of [Europe.]
RTRC1JI
March 08, 1998
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen laughs in front of a party logo during a...
Denmark
DANISH OPPOSITION LEADER ELLEMANN-JENSEN LAUGHS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE
Danish opposition Liberal Party leader Uffe Ellemann-Jensen laughs in front of a party logo during a news conference about the approaching Danish general elections March 9. Danes will choose a new parliament on March 11 in an election which could send shockwaves far beyond the border of their small, prosperous Nordic nation and across the rest of Europe.

DENMARK ELECTION
RTR9D0I
December 05, 1997
Sweden's Uff Maard heads down the slope to set the fastest qualifying time in the men's parallel slalom...
Italy
SWEDEN'S UFF MAARD SNOWBOARDS TO FASTEST QUALIFYING TIME
Sweden's Uff Maard heads down the slope to set the fastest qualifying time in the men's parallel slalom at the fourth round FIS World Cup competition in Sestriere December 5.

SPORT SNOWBOARD
RTR1QT5
February 07, 1997
Lithuanian President Algirdas Brazauskas (L) smiles as he awards former Danish Foreign Minister Uffe...
Lithuania
LITHUANIAN PRESIDENT AWARDS FORMER DANISH FOREIGN MINISTER IN VILNIUS
Lithuanian President Algirdas Brazauskas (L) smiles as he awards former Danish Foreign Minister Uffe Ellemann-Jensen with the highest Lithuanian order of Gediminas in Vilnius, February 7. Uffe Ellemann-Jensen was awarded for helping the international community to accept Lithuanian's independance in 1991.

LITHUANIA
GERMANY
RTXFKSV
November 23, 1995
German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel (R) gestures after welcoming former Danish Foreign Minister Uffe...
German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel (R) gestures after welcoming former Danish Foreign Minister Uff.....
German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel (R) gestures after welcoming former Danish Foreign Minister Uffe Ellemann-Jensen (C) at a European meeting of Liberal party leaders in Bonn on November 23. Ellemann Jensen is a candidate to be successor to former NATO secretary general Willy-Claes. At left is Liberal party leader Wolfgang Gerhardt
SOLANA
RTXFM9S
November 14, 1995
Spain's Foreign Minister Javier Solana gestures during a press conference November 14 at the end of the...
Spain's Foreign Minister Javier Solana gestures during a press conference November 14 at the end of .....
Spain's Foreign Minister Javier Solana gestures during a press conference November 14 at the end of the Western European Union (WEU) summit. Solana emerged today as a compromise to fill NATO's vacant top job, but docked reporters questions and said Denmark's Uffe Elleman-Jensen was the only candidate for now
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXF99Y
September 01, 1994
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster...
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster.....
A young boy runs past a Union Jack bearing the names of the Protestant paramilitay groups the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) and the Ulster Defense Association (UDA) in South Belfast September 1. Sinn Fein have called upon these groups to follow in the steps of the IRA and cease their terrorist activities
NORTHERN IRELAND
RTXEXAU
October 30, 1993
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighters...
Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighter.....
Two local boys stand beside a huge mural on the Shankhill Road painted by the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) October 30
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