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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/UN-COMPANIES
RTS31X3U
February 13, 2020
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February...
In the air, Undefined
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February 13, 2020. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/UN-COMPANIES
RTS31X3T
February 13, 2020
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February...
In the air, Undefined
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February 13, 2020. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/UN-COMPANIES
RTS31X3Q
February 13, 2020
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February...
In the air, Undefined
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes questions from the press during a flight to Germany, February 13, 2020. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS6I
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis listens to interim director of Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti as he addresses...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis listens to interim director of Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti as he addresses...
Pope Francis listens to interim director of Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti as he addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS6E
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS6C
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS6A
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS64
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis looks on as he addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
Pope Francis looks on as he addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS61
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS5Z
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis hands a cake to two reporters who both celebrated their birthdays while covering the Pope's...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis hands a cake to two reporters who both celebrated their birthdays while covering the Pope's...
Pope Francis hands a cake to two reporters who both celebrated their birthdays while covering the Pope's trip, within addressing reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco on March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS5S
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco,...
In Flight, Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco,...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco, as interim director of the Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti looks on March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
POPE-MOROCCO/
RTS2FS5K
March 31, 2019
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco,...
Undefined
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco,...
Pope Francis addresses reporters aboard the plane bringing him back following a two-day trip to Morocco, as interim director of the Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti looks on March 31, 2019. Alberto Pizzoli/Pool via REUTERS
RUSSIA-MILITANTS/
RTX2E6U8
May 13, 2016
Saadu Sharapudinov poses for a picture during an interview at an undisclosed location outside Russia,...
Undisclosed Location, Undisclosed location
Saadu Sharapudinov poses for a picture during an interview at an undisclosed location outside Russia
Saadu Sharapudinov poses for a picture during an interview at an undisclosed location outside Russia, late December 2015. To match Special Report RUSSIA-MILITANTS/ REUTERS/Maria Tsvetkova
BOXING/
RTR3BRBK
December 19, 2012
Boxer Martin Murray of Britain is silhouetted as he walks past a large picture of himself during a news...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boxer Murray of Britain is silhouetted as he walks past a large picture of himself during a news conference...
Boxer Martin Murray of Britain is silhouetted as he walks past a large picture of himself during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina Martinez will defend his title against Martin Murray of Britain in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BRAK
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (R) of Argentina holds his Golden Olimpia statue, awarded him...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina holds his Golden Olimpia statue, awarded him by the Sports...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (R) of Argentina holds his Golden Olimpia statue, awarded him by the Sports Journalists' Association, next to his coach Pablo Sarmiento during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Martin Murray of Britain in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BRA6
December 19, 2012
Boxer Martin Murray of Britain speaks next to former boxer Ricky Hatton (R) during a news conference...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boxer Murray of Britain speaks next to former boxer Hatton during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Boxer Martin Murray of Britain speaks next to former boxer Ricky Hatton (R) during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Murray will challenge the title of WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BRA4
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose wearing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain pose wearing jerseys of the national...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose wearing jerseys of the national soccer teams of Argentina and England respectively, during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR9Q
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (C) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (C) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR9C
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (2nd R) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (2nd R) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR98
December 19, 2012
Boxer Martin Murray (C) of Britain sits between members of his coaching staff former boxer Ricky Hatton...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boxer Murray of Britain sits between members of his coaching staff former boxer Hatton and Marsh during...
Boxer Martin Murray (C) of Britain sits between members of his coaching staff former boxer Ricky Hatton (L) and Neil Marsh during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Murray will challenge the title of WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR8S
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina sticks his tongue out as he poses with an Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina sticks his tongue out as he poses with an Argentine...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez of Argentina sticks his tongue out as he poses with an Argentine soccer team jersey next to his Golden Olimpia statue, awarded by the Sports Journalists' Association, during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Martin Murray of Britain in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR8K
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR3BR8I
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (C) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose wearing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain pose wearing jerseys of the national...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (C) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain pose wearing jerseys of the national soccer teams of Argentina and England during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
ARGENTINA-BRITAIN/
RTR3BR8G
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain talk during a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain talk during a news conference in...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain talk during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
ARGENTINA-BRITAIN/
RTR3BR8D
December 19, 2012
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain shake hands during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
WBC middleweight champion Martinez of Argentina and Murray of Britain shake hands during a news conference...
WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (L) of Argentina and Martin Murray of Britain shake hands during a news conference in Buenos Aires December 19, 2012. Martinez will defend his title against Murray in an undefined location in Argentina on April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
SPAIN-STRIKE/
RTR3AGDM
November 15, 2012
A demonstrator shouts slogans as he takes part in a march against austerity measures of the Spanish government...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator shouts slogans as he takes part in a march against austerity measures of Spanish government...
A demonstrator shouts slogans as he takes part in a march against austerity measures of the Spanish government in Madrid November 15, 2012. The banner reads " Undefined general strike". REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BULGARIA/
RTR2BGIE
March 10, 2010
Demonstrators take part in a rally in Sofia March 10, 2010. The protesters gathered in front of the State...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Demonstrators take part in a rally in Sofia
Demonstrators take part in a rally in Sofia March 10, 2010. The protesters gathered in front of the State Anti-Discrimination Commission on Wednesday to demonstrate mainly against the use of the term "sexual and other orientation" in a recently-introduced ban by local authorities in the southern town of Pazardzhik. The protesters claim that legally undefined terms like "other orientation" could lead to a violation of the fundamental constitutional and human rights of the citizens of the town. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BULGARIA/
RTR2BGI7
March 10, 2010
A demonstrator holds a poster during a rally in Sofia March 10, 2010. The protesters gathered in front...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Demonstrator holds poster during rally in Sofia
A demonstrator holds a poster during a rally in Sofia March 10, 2010. The protesters gathered in front of the State Anti-Discrimination Commission on Wednesday to demonstrate mainly against the use of the term "sexual and other orientation" in a recently-introduced ban by local authorities in the southern town of Pazardzhik. The protesters claim that legally undefined terms like "other orientation" could lead to a violation of the fundamental constitutional and human rights of the citizens of the town. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SUDAN-ABYEI/SCENE
RTR25WBG
July 21, 2009
A man squats on the foundation of a house destroyed during fighting in Abyei town, central Sudan, July...
ABYEI, Sudan
A man squats on the foundation of a house destroyed during fighting in Abyei town
A man squats on the foundation of a house destroyed during fighting in Abyei town, central Sudan, July 8, 2009. Abyei lies at the heart of an oil-producing, pastoral district at the heart of Africa's largest country, straddling its undefined north-south border. Picture taken July 8, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens (SUDAN CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SUDAN-ABYEI/SCENE
RTR25W9R
July 21, 2009
A man sits next to his sick son at the Abyei hospital, which was looted, in Abyei town in central Sudan...
ABYEI, Sudan
A man sits next to his sick son at the Abyei hospital in Abyei town
A man sits next to his sick son at the Abyei hospital, which was looted, in Abyei town in central Sudan July 8, 2009. Abyei lies at the heart of an oil-producing, pastoral district at the heart of Africa's largest country, straddling its undefined north-south border. Picture taken July 8, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens (SUDAN POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SUDAN-ABYEI/SCENE
RTR25W9E
July 21, 2009
An aerial view shows Abyei town after rainfall in central Sudan July 21, 2009. Abyei lies at the heart...
ABYEI, Sudan
An aerial view shows Abyei town after rainfall in central Sudan
An aerial view shows Abyei town after rainfall in central Sudan July 21, 2009. Abyei lies at the heart of an oil-producing, pastoral district at the heart of Africa's largest country, straddling its undefined north-south border. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens (SUDAN ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
SUDAN-ABYEI/SCENE
RTR25W9X
July 20, 2009
Graffiti on a rusted iron sheet of a wrecked building depicts fighting in Abyei town in central Sudan...
ABYEI, Sudan
Graffiti on a rusted iron sheet of a wrecked building shows fighting in Abyei town in central Sudan
Graffiti on a rusted iron sheet of a wrecked building depicts fighting in Abyei town in central Sudan July 7, 2009. Abyei lies at the heart of an oil-producing, pastoral district at the heart of Africa's largest country, straddling its undefined north-south border. Picture taken July 7, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Heavens (SUDAN CONFLICT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETM
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETG
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETF
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETE
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb hides his face behind papers as he waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETC
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETB
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ETA
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb waits for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
GERMANY-PLOT/
RTR22ET0
December 09, 2008
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb gestures as he arrives for the verdict in his trial at the regional...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb gestures as he arrives for the verdict in his trial at the regional...
Lebanese Youssef Mohamad al-Haj Deeb gestures as he arrives for the verdict in his trial at the regional court in Duesseldorf December 9, 2008. Haj Deeb was handed a life sentence on Tuesday for trying to set off bombs on German trains two years ago. The court convicted Haj Deeb of attempted murder of an undefined number of people. Prosecutors said Haj Deeb and an accomplice boarded two trains in Cologne, one headed for Koblenz, one for Dortmund, in July 2006 with suitcases containing tanks of propane gas and crude detonators. Both men were filmed by video cameras at the station. The bombs failed to go off due to a technical fault. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
CAMPAIGN BUSH
RTR6H8J
July 13, 2004
A U.S. Air Force mechanic stands next to one of the jet engines of Air Force One while U.S. President...
Marquette, UNITED STATES
US AIR FORCE JET MECHANIC STANDS NEXT TO AIR FORCE ONE IN MICHIGAN.
A U.S. Air Force mechanic stands next to one of the jet engines of Air Force One while U.S. President George W. Bush waves at the top of the ramp after arriving at Sawyer International Airport in Michigan, July 13, 2004. Bush was forced to switch planes on July 12 when a mechanical problem was found on his regular Air Force One 747 jet. A White House official said the undefined mechanical issue was noticed while the plane was on the ground at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base in Knoxville after carrying the president and his entourage to eastern Tennessee. REUTERS/Larry Downing US ELECTION LSD/SV
IRAQ USA POWELL
RTRI8PP
April 26, 2004
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department...
Washington, USA
US SECRETARY OF STATE POWELL ANSWERS A QUESTION DURING AN INTERVIEW.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department in Washington, April 26, 2004. Powell said Monday the United States will take a little time to see if joint U.S.-Iraqi patrols can work in Falluja before deciding whether to take military action there. Powell also told Reuters the still undefined interim government expected to take over in Iraq on July 1 would have to give back some of its sovereignty to U.S.-led military forces for some time. REUTERS/Molly Riley MR/HB
IRAQ USA POWELL
RTRI8PI
April 26, 2004
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department...
Washington, USA
US SECRETARY OF STATE POWELL ANSWERS A QUESTION DURING AN INTERVIEW.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department in Washington, April 26, 2004. Powell said Monday the United States will take a little time to see if joint U.S.-Iraqi patrols can work in Falluja before deciding whether to take military action there. Powell also told Reuters the still undefined interim government expected to take over in Iraq on July 1 would have to give back some of its sovereignty to U.S.-led military forces for some time. REUTERS/Molly Riley MR/HB
IRAQ USA POWELL
RTRI8P0
April 26, 2004
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell ponders a question during an interview with Reuters at the State...
Washington, USA
SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL DURING AN INTERVIEW AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell ponders a question during an interview with Reuters at the State Department in Washington April 26, 2004. Powell said Monday the United States will take a little time to see if joint U.S.-Iraq patrols can work in Falluja before deciding whether to take military action there. Powell also told Reuters the still undefined interim government expected to take over in Iraq on July 1 would have to give back some of its sovereignty to U.S.-led military forces for some time. REUTERS/Molly Riley MOLLY RILEY
IRAQ USA POWELL
RTRI8OL
April 26, 2004
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department...
Washington, USA
US SECRETARY OF STATE POWELL ANSWERS A QUESTION DURING AN INTERVIEW.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department in Washington, April 26, 2004. Powell said Monday the United States will take a little time to see if joint U.S.-Iraqi patrols can work in Falluja before deciding whether to take military action there. Powell also told Reuters the still undefined interim government expected to take over in Iraq on July 1 would have to give back some of its sovereignty to U.S.-led military forces for some time. REUTERS/Molly Riley MR/HB
IRAQ USA POWELL
RTRI8OD
April 26, 2004
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department...
Washington, USA
US SECRETARY OF STATE POWELL ANSWERS A QUESTION DURING AN INTERVIEW.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks during an interview with Reuters at the State Department in Washington, April 26, 2004. Powell said Monday the United States will take a little time to see if joint U.S.-Iraqi patrols can work in Falluja before deciding whether to take military action there. Powell also told Reuters the still undefined interim government expected to take over in Iraq on July 1 would have to give back some of its sovereignty to U.S.-led military forces for some time. REUTERS/Molly Riley MR/HB
COLOMBIA
RTXLRNL
January 24, 2003
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and Britain Ruth Morris during a protest...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and Britain Ruth Morris during a prot.....
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and Britain Ruth Morris during a protest in Bolivar Square in Bogota, January 24, 2003. Marxist rebels have kidnapped British reporter Morris, 30, and American photojournalist Dalton, 34, in a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. [The rebel group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and said their release would depend on undefined "political and military conditions."]
MORRIS
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January 24, 2003
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2000 - British reporter Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file photo....
Bogota, Colombia
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2000 - British reporter Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file pho.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2000 - British reporter Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file photo. Marxist rebels have kidnapped reporter Ruth Morris, and [photojournalist Scott Dalton] in a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and said their release would depend on undefined "political and military conditions."
COLOMBIA KIDNAP
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January 24, 2003
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and
Britain Ruth Morris during a protest...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS HOLD PICTURES DURING PROTEST IN BOGOTA.
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and
Britain Ruth Morris during a protest in Bolivar Square in Bogota,
January 24, 2003. Marxist rebels have kidnapped British reporter
Morris, 30, and American photojournalist Dalton, 34, in a war-torn
stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a
freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the
National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of
Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and
said their release would depend on undefined "political and military
conditions." REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA KIDNAP
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January 24, 2003
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and
British Ruth Morris during protest...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS HOLD PICTURES DURING PROTEST IN BOGOTA.
Colombian photographers hold pictures of American Scott Dalton and
British Ruth Morris during protest in Bolivar Square in Bogota, January
24, 2003. Marxist rebels have kidnapped British reporter Morris, 30,
and American photojournalist Dalton, 34, in a war-torn stretch of
eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance
assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National
Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where
U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and said their
release would depend on undefined "political and military conditions."
REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA KIDNAP
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January 24, 2003
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING NATIONALITY

British reporter Ruth Morris poses during a party in this...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF BRITISH REPORTER RUTH MORRIS.
CAPTION CORRECTION - CHANGING NATIONALITY

British reporter Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file
photo. Marxist rebels have kidnapped reporter Ruth Morris, and
photojournalist Scott Dalton in a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia
where the two were working together on a freelance assignment for the
Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National Liberation Army (ELN),
detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are
training government troops, and said their release would depend on
undefined "political and military conditions." REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
DALTON
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January 23, 2003
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El...
El Salvador, Colombia
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El Salvador, in this 1998 file photo. Marxist rebels have kidnapped Dalton and [reporter Ruth Morris], of dual British and American nationality, in a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and said their release would depend on undefined "political and military conditions."
COLOMBIA KIDNAP
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January 23, 2003
American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El
Salvador, in this 1998 file...
El Salvador, Colombia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF SCOTT DALTON.
American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El
Salvador, in this 1998 file photo. Marxist rebels have kidnapped Dalton
and reporter Ruth Morris, of dual British and American nationality, in
a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working
together on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel
group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the
province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government
troops, and said their release would depend on undefined "political and
military conditions." REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

EA
COLOMBIA KIDNAP
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January 23, 2003
American Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file photo.
Marxist rebels have kidnapped reporter...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF AMERICAN RUTH MORRIS.
American Ruth Morris poses during a party in this 2000 file photo.
Marxist rebels have kidnapped reporter Ruth Morris, of dual British and
American nationality and Scott Dalton in a war-torn stretch of eastern
Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance assignment
for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National Liberation
Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special
Forces are training government troops, and said their release would
depend on undefined "political and military conditions." REUTERS/Eliana
Aponte

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ECUADOR STRIKE
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June 21, 2000
Riot police officers arrest a demonstrator during clashes in Quito, June 21. Ecuadorean teachers are...
Quito, Ecuador
ECUADOREAN RIOT POLICE OFFICER ARRESTS A DEMONSTRATOR.
Riot police officers arrest a demonstrator during clashes in Quito, June 21. Ecuadorean teachers are in their sixth week of an undefined strike staged by the National Teachers Union. They are demanding for the government to increase their salaries to $100 USD from $86 USD.

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INDONESIA
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March 06, 1998
Legislators from the ruling Golkar party, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (R) and Din Syamsudin, speak to journalists...
Legislators from the ruling Golkar party, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (R) and Din Syamsudin, speak to journa.....
Legislators from the ruling Golkar party, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (R) and Din Syamsudin, speak to journalists in Jakarta March 6. Party leaders said plans by the country's highest body, the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR), to give[ President Suharto undefined "special powers" in a new sweeping security law would only be used in an emergency threatening national unity. The assembly is gathering in Jakarta to elect a new president, with Suharto expected to be re-elected for a seventh five-year term].
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March 06, 1998
Legislators from the ruling Golkar party, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (R) and Din Syamsudin, speak to journalists...
Indonesia
LEGISLATORS FROM THE RULING GOLKAR PARTY SPEAK TO REPORTERS IN JAKARTA
Legislators from the ruling Golkar party, Marwah Daud Ibrahim (R) and Din Syamsudin, speak to journalists in Jakarta March 6. Party leaders said plans by the country's highest body, the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR), to give President Suharto undefined "special powers" in a new sweeping security law would only be used in an emergency threatening national unity. The assembly is gathering in Jakarta to elect a new president, with Suharto expected to be re-elected for a seventh five-year term.

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