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SOCCER-WORLD/
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June 17, 2010 
England flags adorn a house in south west London June 17, 2010. England are due to play Algeria in their... 
London, United Kingdom 
England flags adorn a house in south west London 
England flags adorn a house in south west London June 17, 2010. England are due to play Algeria in their 2010 World Cup Group C soccer match in South Africa on Friday. REUTERS/John Voos (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
INDONESIA/
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April 09, 2010 
A man sleeps on the front porch of a house in Yogyakarta April 9, 2010. REUTERS/Tan Shung Sin (INDONESIA... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Man sleeps in front porch of a house in Yogyakarta 
A man sleeps on the front porch of a house in Yogyakarta April 9, 2010. REUTERS/Tan Shung Sin (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
OBAMA/
RTXQB78 
November 03, 2009 
U.S. President Barack Obama walks through the Colonnade to the Cabinet Room for a meeting of the U.S.-European... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama walks through the Colonnade to the Cabinet Room for a meeting of the U.S.-European... 
U.S. President Barack Obama walks through the Colonnade to the Cabinet Room for a meeting of the U.S.-European Union Summit at the White House in Washington November 3, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS) 
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9YE 
October 04, 2009 
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in... 
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS) 
BHUTAN
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July 10, 2009 
Clothes hang from the veranda railing of a building in Thimphu July 10, 2009. Five decades ago, Bhutan... 
Thimphu, Bhutan 
Clothes hang from the veranda railing of a building in Thimphu 
Clothes hang from the veranda railing of a building in Thimphu July 10, 2009. Five decades ago, Bhutan was a feudal, medieval place with no roads, proper schools or hospitals and scarcely any contact with the outside world. Today education and healthcare are free and life expectancy has risen to 66 years from less than 40. REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN SOCIETY) 
OBAMA/
RTXB647 
February 03, 2009 
A U.S. Marine stands at his post in front of the West Wing of the White House in the late afternoon February... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A Marine stands at his post outside the White House in Washington 
A U.S. Marine stands at his post in front of the West Wing of the White House in the late afternoon February 2, 2009. Inside, Obama was meeting with Democratic congressional leaders about the Economic Recovery and Reinvestment plan. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTXB27D 
November 28, 2008 
A squirrel eats a pumpkin left over from Halloween on the front porch of a home in the Kenwood neighborhood... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A squirrel eats a pumpkin left over from Halloween on the front porch of a home in the Kenwood neighborhood... 
A squirrel eats a pumpkin left over from Halloween on the front porch of a home in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, November 27, 2008. Picture taken November 27, 2008. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES) 
STORM-GUSTAV/
RTX89BW 
August 31, 2008 
People take shelter underneath a porch as Hurricane Gustav hits Los Palacios, 100 km (62 miles) west... 
LOS PALACIOS, Cuba 
People take shelter underneath porch as Hurricane Gustav hits Los Palacios 
People take shelter underneath a porch as Hurricane Gustav hits Los Palacios, 100 km (62 miles) west of Havana, August 30, 2008. The Category 4 storm swept across Cuba in a matter of hours and now poses a threat to Gulf oil fields on a projected path that could take it ashore near New Orleans, still recovering from Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
USA-FLOODING/
RTX70QU 
June 16, 2008 
A resident works to put on his waders on the porch of his home flooded home along the Mississippi River... 
Gladstone, UNITED STATES 
A resident works to put on his waders on the porch of his home flooded home along the Mississippi River... 
A resident works to put on his waders on the porch of his home flooded home along the Mississippi River near Gladstone, Illinois June 16, 2008. Flooding in the U.S. Midwest is taking a toll on freight carriers, costing barge lines about $1 million per day and likely disrupting railroads for months to come, said traders and industry executives on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES) 
SPAIN/
RTR20AID 
May 07, 2008 
A man stands in a courtyard adorned with flowers during Los Patios festival in Cordoba, southern Spain,... 
Cordoba, Spain 
A man stands in a courtyard during Los Patios festival in Cordoba 
A man stands in a courtyard adorned with flowers during Los Patios festival in Cordoba, southern Spain, May 7, 2008. During the Los Patios festival, homeowners compete to have the best decorated courtyard. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN) 
MALAYSIA-ELECTION/
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March 06, 2008 
Workers repaint a gate of Malaysia's Election Commission chairman Rashid Abdul Rahman's house in Kuala... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
Workers repaint a gate of Malaysia's Election Commission chairman Rashid Abdul Rahman's house in Kuala... 
Workers repaint a gate of Malaysia's Election Commission chairman Rashid Abdul Rahman's house in Kuala Lumpur March 6, 2008, after an unknown person threw red paint at his house last night. Malaysia will go to the polls on March 8. REUTERS/Beawiharta (MALAYSIA) 
GEORGIA/
RTR1XX1E 
March 05, 2008 
A boy jumps off the front porch of the house where Soviet dictator Josef Stalin was born as his portrait... 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
A portrait is seen on the front porch of Soviet dictator Stalin's birth place on the 55th anniversary... 
A boy jumps off the front porch of the house where Soviet dictator Josef Stalin was born as his portrait is seen on the 55th anniversary of Stalin's death in his hometown of Gori some 80 km (50 miles) from Tbilisi March 5, 2008. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA) 
OSCARS/
RTR1XAX3 
February 19, 2008 
A security guard stands on the veranda of the Kodak Theatre ahead of the 80th annual Academy Awards in... 
Hollywood, UNITED STATES 
Security guard stands on the veranda of the Kodak Theatre ahead of the 80th annual Academy Awards in... 
A security guard stands on the veranda of the Kodak Theatre ahead of the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood February 19, 2008. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES) 
SINGAPORE-KAMPONG/
RTX4X7D 
December 21, 2007 
Muhammad Izzad bin Jahaya, 11, looks out of the veranda of a house in Singapore's last kampong, or village,... 
Singapore, Singapore 
To match feature SINGAPORE-KAMPONG/ 
Muhammad Izzad bin Jahaya, 11, looks out of the veranda of a house in Singapore's last kampong, or village, December 7, 2007. Chillis and limes grow in a lush garden between colourful cement houses with leaking metal roofs in Kampong Buangkok, a village with no roads or computers. The sight would be nothing out of the ordinary in much of southeast Asia. But Singapore's last village, nestled in a forest clearing, is an oddity in the sophisticated city-state where skyscrapers and high-speed Internet are the norm. Photo taken on December 7, 2007. To match feature SINGAPORE-KAMPONG/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
NOBEL-LITERATURE/
RTR1UT7A 
October 11, 2007 
British novelist Doris Lessing chats with media on the doorstep of her house in London October 11, 2007.... 
London, United Kingdom 
British novelist Lessing chats with media on the doorstep of her house in London 
British novelist Doris Lessing chats with media on the doorstep of her house in London October 11, 2007. Lessing won the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature on Thursday for a body of work that delved into human relations and inspired a generation of feminist writers. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN) 
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL
RTR1RH9P 
July 05, 2007 
Aborigine Roseanne Morris stands on the veranda of her house in an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of... 
Alice Springs, Australia 
To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL 
Aborigine Roseanne Morris stands on the veranda of her house in an aboriginal camp on the outskirts of the central Australian town of Alice Springs, July 4, 2007. A recent report found a "river of grog" or alcohol was destroying aboriginal communities in the outback Northern Territory and fuelling violence against women and children. Photograph taken July 4, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/ALCOHOL REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
KATRINA-TOWNS/
RTR1QAND 
May 31, 2007 
Jessica Jones stands at the porch of her rebuilt house, destroyed by hurricane Katrina nearly two years... 
Pearlington, UNITED STATES 
To match feature KATRINA-TOWNS 
Jessica Jones stands at the porch of her rebuilt house, destroyed by hurricane Katrina nearly two years ago at Pearlington, Mississippi, May 10, 2007. When hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans it also ravaged a series of small towns. Nearly two years later they have faded from the spotlight but are still struggling to rebuild. Picture taken May 10, 2007. To match feature KATRINA-TOWNS/ REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES) 
ALBANIA BUNKERS
RTR1QAHT 
May 31, 2007 
Two fishermen mend their nets in Albania's Durres beach close to a cannon bunker that has now been turned... 
Tirana, Albania 
Two fishermen mend their nets in Albania's Durres beach close to a cannon bunker in Durres 
Two fishermen mend their nets in Albania's Durres beach close to a cannon bunker that has now been turned into a restaurant and fitted with a veranda on its roof in Durres, some 40 km (25 miles) from capital Tirana, May 31, 2007. More than half a million pillboxes and bunkers, which built by late communist dictator Enver Hoxha to protect isolated Albania from an invasion that never came, were turned into bars, restaurants and fast food outlets by Albanians eager to make money during the summer holiday season. The big bunkers like the ones in the picture were meant to house big cannons that would strike at a naval enemy incursion. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
GLOBALWARMING-ARCTIC//
RTR1P2M7 
April 26, 2007 
Snow piles up on the entrance to an abandoned building in the Russian village of Barentsburg about 1,000... 
Longyearbyen, Norway 
Snow piles up on the entrance to an abandoned building in the Russian village of Barentsburg 
Snow piles up on the entrance to an abandoned building in the Russian village of Barentsburg about 1,000 km (621 miles) from the North Pole on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard April 26, 2007. Moscow has reduced the number of people living in the village since the end of the Cold War. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY) 
BRAZIL-VIOLENCE/FRENCH
RTR1NOVY 
March 20, 2007 
A member of the music group South Side gestures in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2007. Band member Sebastien... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
A member of the music group South Side band gestures in Rio de Janeiro 
A member of the music group South Side gestures in Rio de Janeiro March 20, 2007. Band member Sebastien Emmanuel Jerome Gressez of France was shot during an attempted robbery on a highway outside Rio on Monday, and died at a nearby hospital. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL) 
TENNIS/SYDNEY
RTR1KY5Z 
January 07, 2007 
Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus laughs while sitting on a cafe veranda at the Sydney International Tennis... 
Sydney, Australia 
Baghdatis of Cyprus laughs while sitting on a cafe veranda at the Sydney International Tennis Tournament... 
Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus laughs while sitting on a cafe veranda at the Sydney International Tennis Tournament at Olympic Park in Sydney January 7, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
TENNIS SYDNEY
RTR1KY2X 
January 07, 2007 
Amelie Mauresmo of France (R) plays cards with Marcos Baghdatis (L) of Cyprus on a cafe veranda at the... 
Sydney, Australia 
Mauresmo of France plays cards with Baghdatis of Cyprus at the Sydney International Tennis Tournament... 
Amelie Mauresmo of France (R) plays cards with Marcos Baghdatis (L) of Cyprus on a cafe veranda at the Sydney International Tennis Tournament at Olympic Park in Sydney January 7, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
LIFE NEWORLEANS HOUSING
RTR1J4YC 
November 08, 2006 
Children play at the B.W. Cooper housing project in New Orleans, Louisiana November 5, 2006. Plans to... 
New Orleans, UNITED STATES 
To match feature LIFE NEWORLEANS 
Children play at the B.W. Cooper housing project in New Orleans, Louisiana November 5, 2006. Plans to demolish thousands of publicly funded apartments have sparked impassioned debate in a city where affordable housing is in short supply. Picture taken November 5, 2006. To match feature LIFE NEWORLEANS HOUSING REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES) 
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR192IH 
January 25, 2006 
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house... 
Bamako, Mali 
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam perform on front porch of house in Bamako 
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006 
KATRINA
RTRO248 
September 14, 2005 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana,... 
New Orleans, USA 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard. 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana, September 14, 2005. REUTERS/Carlos Barria ODLY FR05090011 CB/PEK/ 
KATRINA
RTRO1F2 
September 14, 2005 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana,... 
New Orleans, USA 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard. 
A inflatable doll is seen at the porch of a trailer after Hurricane Katrina hit Saint Bernard, Louisiana, September 14, 2005. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/YH 
KATRINA
RTRNURG 
September 12, 2005 
Hurricane Katrina holdout Creek sits on the porch of his house in front of the Memorial Medical Center... 
New Orleans, UNITED STATES 
Hurricane Katrina holdout Creek sits on the porch of his house in front of the Memorial Medical Center... 
Hurricane Katrina holdout Creek sits on the porch of his house in front of the Memorial Medical Center of New Orleans. Hurricane Katrina holdout Joshua Creek sits on the porch of his house in front of the Memorial Medical Center of New Orleans September 13, 2005. The discovery of at least 44 bodies in an abandoned hospital in New Orleans raised new questions about the response to Hurricane Katrina on Tuesday as President George W. Bush took full responsibility for government failures in handling the disaster. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Carlos Barria 
AUSTRALIA
RTRGKJC 
July 06, 2005 
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) talks to President of East Timor Xanana Gusmao on the veranda... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard talks to President of East Timor Xanana Gusmao in Sydney. 
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) talks to President of East Timor Xanana Gusmao on the veranda of the Prime Minister's residence, Kirribilli House, in Sydney July 6, 2005. Gusmao is travelling in Australia on a six-day official visit. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/JJ 
UGANDA
RTXNIPH 
May 26, 2005 
An Ugandan child prepares to sleep in an improvised shelter on a street in Lira town, northern Uganda,... 
Lira, Uganda 
An Ugandan child prepares to sleep in an improvised shelter on a street in Lira town, northern Ugand..... 
An Ugandan child prepares to sleep in an improvised shelter on a street in Lira town, northern Uganda, May 25, 2005. Renewed fighting, killings and abductions by rebels in northern Uganda has forced 10,000 more children to spend their nights on the streets of major towns in the region, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said in a report. The agency said the new "night commuters" - the name for children who trek nightly to the relative safety of urban centres because of the threat of attacks and abductions by rebels of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) joined another 30,000 who already had been sleeping on the streets, under shop verandas and in bus parks. 
JAPAN
RTXM7A2 
September 19, 2003 
- PHOTO TAKEN 29AUG03- Masato Kawamura (L) and his wife Miwa chat at the veranda of their home in a... 
Tokyo, Japan 
- PHOTO TAKEN 29AUG03- Masato Kawamura (L) and his wife Miwa chat at the veranda of their home in a..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 29AUG03- Masato Kawamura (L) and his wife Miwa chat at the veranda of their home in a high-rise apartment in central Tokyo August 29, 2003. [Despite the sluggish economy, the number of new apartments that went on sale in the Tokyo metropolitan area jumped by a third to 88,516 in 2002 from 66,308 in 1998, according to Real Estate Economic Institute, a private think-tank.] Picture taken August 29. 
JAPAN HOUSING URBAN
RTR385E 
August 29, 2003 
Masato Kawamura (L) and his wife Miwa chat at the veranda of their home
in a high-rise apartment in... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY JAPAN-HOUSING-URBAN. 
Masato Kawamura (L) and his wife Miwa chat at the veranda of their home
in a high-rise apartment in central Tokyo August 29, 2003. Despite the
sluggish economy, the number of new apartments that went on sale in the
Tokyo metropolitan area jumped by a third to 88,516 in 2002 from 66,308
in 1998, according to Real Estate Economic Institute, a private
think-tank. Picture taken August 29. TO MATCH FEATURE STORY
JAPAN-HOUSING-URBAN REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

YN/DL 
UGANDA CHILDREN
RTR211Z 
August 20, 2003 
At dusk each night, dusty roads leading to Gulu are crammed with
thousands of children flocking from... 
Gulu, Uganda - Republic of 
TO ACOMPANY FEATURE BC-UGANDA-CHILDREN. 
At dusk each night, dusty roads leading to Gulu are crammed with
thousands of children flocking from nearby villages to the relative
safety of town to avoid abduction by the Lord's Resistance army (LRA).
They camp out on verandas, in the bus station, school playgrounds and
hospitals, and go home at daybreak. The LRA has been waging a slow but
devastating civil war against the Ugandan government for 17 years,
snatching tens of thousands of children from rural villages and forcing
them to work as soldiers and sex slaves in the bush. Those who try to
escape are tortured and killed by peers ordered to carry out grisly
mutilations and ritualistic murders. Children sleep at a bus shelter in
town of Gulu August 20, 2003. TO ACOMPANY FEATURE BC-UGANDA-CHILDREN
REUTERS/Stringer

PO/AA 
UGANDA CHILDREN
RTR211V 
August 20, 2003 
At dusk each night, dusty roads leading to Gulu are crammed with
thousands of children flocking from... 
Gulu, Uganda - Republic of 
TO ACOMPANY FEATURE BC-UGANDA-CHILDREN. 
At dusk each night, dusty roads leading to Gulu are crammed with
thousands of children flocking from nearby villages to the relative
safety of town to avoid abduction by the Lord's Resistance army (LRA).
They camp out on verandas, in the bus station, school playgrounds and
hospitals, and go home at daybreak. The LRA has been waging a slow but
devastating civil war against the Ugandan government for 17 years,
snatching tens of thousands of children from rural villages and forcing
them to work as soldiers and sex slaves in the bush. Those who try to
escape are tortured and killed by peers ordered to carry out grisly
mutilations and ritualistic murders. Children are pictured making their
way to the town of Gulu August 20, 2003. TO ACOMPANY FEATURE
BC-UGANDA-CHILDREN REUTERS/Stringer

PO/AA 
EGYPT GERMANY MUBARAK
RTRHD13 
April 24, 2001 
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak (L) listenS to a journalist's question as he meets with Gerhard Schroeder... 
Berlin, Germany 
SCHROEDER AND MUBARAK MEET IN BERLIN. 
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak (L) listenS to a journalist's question as he meets with Gerhard Schroeder on the veranda of the private house of the Chancellor prior to their talks over dinner in Berlin April 24, 2001. Mubarak was quoted as saying he hoped Germany would take a greater mediating role in the drive for peace in the Middle East. Mubarak's tour of Europe is also due to include Romania and Russia and is expected to focus on rising tensions in the Middle East and bilateral cooperation.

WR 
EGYPT GERMANY MUBARAK
RTRHD0V 
April 24, 2001 
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak (L) gestures as he meets with Gerhard Schroeder on the veranda of the... 
Berlin, Germany 
SCHROEDER AND MUBARAK MEET IN BERLIN. 
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak (L) gestures as he meets with Gerhard Schroeder on the veranda of the private house of the Chancellor prior to their talks over dinner in Berlin April 24, 2001. Mubarak was quoted as saying he hoped Germany would take a greater mediating role in the drive for peace in the Middle East. Mubarak's tour of Europe is also due to include Romania and Russia and is expected to focus on rising tensions in the Middle East and bilateral cooperation.

WR 
TIMOR PORTUGAL
RTRRA12 
October 01, 1999 
East Timorese independence leader Xanana Gusmao waves to a crowd from the veranda of the Portuguese parliament... 
Lisbon, Portugal (Portugese Republic) 
EAST TIMORESE LEADER GUSMAO WAVES TO A CROWD IN LISBON. 
East Timorese independence leader Xanana Gusmao waves to a crowd from the veranda of the Portuguese parliament October 1. Gusmao is on a two day visit to Portugal for talks with the Portuguese authorities over the crisis in Timor.

JR 
TIMOR PORTUGAL
RTRR9WM 
October 01, 1999 
East Timor independence leader Xanana Gusmao waves from the veranda of the Portuguese presidential palace... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
EAST TIMOR INDEPENDENCE LEADER GUSMAO WAVES DURING VISIT TO LISBON. 
East Timor independence leader Xanana Gusmao waves from the veranda of the Portuguese presidential palace in Lisbon at the end of a meeting with the president October 1. Xanana Gusmao is on a two day visit to Portugal for talks with the Portuguese authorities.

JR/WS/HB 
GERMANY ISRAEL
RTRR5SZ 
September 22, 1999 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and his wife Doris (2nd L) pose for photographers with Israeli... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
SCHROEDER AND BARAK POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS IN BERLIN. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and his wife Doris (2nd L) pose for photographers with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) and his wife Nava (2ndR) on the veranda of Schroeder private residence in Berlin September 21. Barak is for a two-day official visit in Germany.

RKR 
GERMANY
RTXJ77M 
September 21, 1999 
- German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and his wife Doris (2nd L) pose for photographers with Israeli... 
Berlin, Germany - FDR 
- German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and his wife Doris (2nd L) pose for photographers with Isr..... 
- German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and his wife Doris (2nd L) pose for photographers with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) and his wife Nava (2ndR) on the veranda of Schroeder private residence in Berlin September 21. Barak is for a two-day official visit in Germany.
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YUGOSLAVIA MACEDONIA REFUGEES
RTRO7YA 
April 19, 1999 
An ethnic Albanian boy stands behind a wooden fence in Malina village April 19. About 3,000 ethnic Albanian... 
Malina, Macedonia 
AN ETHNIC ALBANIAN BOY HOLDS A WOODEN BEAM AT THE VERANDA IN THE VILLAGE OF MALINA. 
An ethnic Albanian boy stands behind a wooden fence in Malina village April 19. About 3,000 ethnic Albanian refugees from the southern Kosovo Urosevac area have fled to this remote village of 500 residents in no-man's land on the border between Macedonia and Yugoslavia April 16. Most walked for several hours through mountains to reach the tiny village, about 60 km north of Skopje, and found shelter at homes and the village school, where dozens are packed in classrooms.

PK/GB 
PORTUGAL
RTXI5P2 
July 18, 1998 
Uruguay President Julio Maria Sanguinetti (R) accompanied by his Portuguese counterpart Jorge Sampaio... 
Uruguay President Julio Maria Sanguinetti (R) accompanied by his Portuguese counterpart Jorge Sampa..... 
Uruguay President Julio Maria Sanguinetti (R) accompanied by his Portuguese counterpart Jorge Sampaio (L) and their wifes Maria Jose Rita (2nd R) and Marta Canasa (2nd L) talk on the veranda of Belem presidential palace after the welcoming ceremonies July 18. Julio Sanguinetti started a five day official visit to Portugal on Friday. 
RTRFOG7 
July 18, 1998 
Uruguayan President Julio Maria Sanguinetti (R) accompanied by his Portuguese counterpart Jorge Sampaio... 
Portugal 
PORTUGUESE PRESIDENT TALK WITH HIS URUGUAY COUNTERPART ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR WIFES. 
Uruguayan President Julio Maria Sanguinetti (R) accompanied by his Portuguese counterpart Jorge Sampaio (L) and their wifes Maria Jose Rita (2nd R) and Marta Canasa (2nd L) talk on the veranda of Belem presidential palace after the welcoming ceremonies July 18. Julio Sanguinetti started a five day official visit to Portugal on Friday.

JR/GB 
RTR2L7S 
March 21, 1997 
Wounded soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) wait on a hospital veranda for treatment... 
Sudan 
WOUNDED SOLDIERS WAIT OUTSIDE A HOSPITAL TO BE TREATED 
Wounded soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) wait on a hospital veranda for treatment in the southern Sudanese town of Yei, March 20. Veteran Sudanese guerrilla chief John Garang said on Thursday that the capture of the town of Yei from government troops was a sign that the rebels would be able to take the main regional town soon. Yei is a key town on the main road to the southern capital of Juba - the biggest prize in Sudan's bitter civil war between the mainly Christian and animist south and the Moslem, Arabised north.

SUDAN FIGHTING 
SUDAN
RTXHM2L 
March 20, 1997 
Wounded soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) wait on a hospital veranda for treatment... 
Wounded soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) wait on a hospital veranda for treatme..... 
Wounded soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) wait on a hospital veranda for treatment in the southern Sudanese town of Yei, March 20. Veteran Sudanese guerrilla chief John-Garang said on Thursday that the capture of the town of Yei from government troops was a sign that the rebels would be able to take the main regional town soon. Yei is a key town on the main road to the southern capital of Juba - the biggest prize in Sudan's bitter civil war between the mainly Christian and animist south and the Moslem, Arabised north. 
RTRIZN 
April 25, 1996 
Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole (L), talks with Senate Budget Committee Chairman Pete Domenici during... 
UNITED STATES 
DOLE AT REOUBLICAN BUDGET MEETING 
Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole (L), talks with Senate Budget Committee Chairman Pete Domenici during a budget meeting of Congressional Republican leaders April 25 on the veranda of Dole's Capitol Hill office. Congressional Republicans rejected budget talks with President Clinton, demanding he change his latest budget proposal as a condition of any discussions. sv/Photo by Win McNamee REUTERS Editors: Picture taken through glass window.

BUSGET REPUBLICANS 
RTRIZD 
April 25, 1996 
House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R), makes a point during a budget meeting of Congressional Republican leaders... 
UNITED STATES 
GINGRICH AT BUDGET MEETING 
House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R), makes a point during a budget meeting of Congressional Republican leaders April 25 on the veranda outside of Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole's office. Gingrich said President Clinton "still has not put on the table real budget reform." House Budget Committee Chairman John Kasich, R-OH, looks on at left. Editors: Picture taken through glass window.

BUDGET REPUBLICANS 
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