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ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSW
December 24, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina (R with scarf) speaks during the funeral service of her husband in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina speaks during the funeral service of her husband in Rome
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina (R with scarf) speaks during the funeral service of her husband in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSV
December 24, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana (L) and wife Mina stand next his coffin during his funeral service...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana and wife Mina stand next his coffin during his funeral service in...
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana (L) and wife Mina stand next his coffin during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSU
December 24, 2006
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church...
Rome, Italy
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church...
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNST
December 24, 2006
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church...
Rome, Italy
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church...
Mourners attend the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in front of the Saint Giovanni Bosco church in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSS
December 24, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana stands next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana stands next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome...
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana stands next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSO
December 24, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana cries next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana cries next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome...
Piergiorgio Welby's mother Luciana cries next the coffin of her son during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of the Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSK
December 24, 2006
Mourners gather at Saint Giovanni Bosco square for the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in Rome December...
Rome, Italy
Mourners gather at Saint Giovanni Bosco square for the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in Rome
Mourners gather at Saint Giovanni Bosco square for the funeral service of Piergiorgio Welby in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSD
December 24, 2006
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photograph of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photo of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photograph of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. The newspaper reads, "Excommunicate." REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSC
December 24, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina (R) puts flowers on the coffin of her husband during the funeral service...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina puts flowers on the coffin of her husband during the funeral service in...
Piergiorgio Welby's wife Mina (R) puts flowers on the coffin of her husband during the funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNSB
December 24, 2006
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby arrives for his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of...
Rome, Italy
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby arrives for his funeral service in Rome
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby arrives for his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNS7
December 24, 2006
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photograph of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome...
Rome, Italy
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photo of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome
A mourner holds a newspaper showing a photograph of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. The newspaper reads, "Excommunicate." REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNS5
December 24, 2006
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby is brought in for his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The...
Rome, Italy
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby is brought in for his funeral service in Rome
The coffin of Piergiorgio Welby is brought in for his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/FUNERAL
RTR1KNS3
December 24, 2006
Mourners holds a picture of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The...
Rome, Italy
Mourners holds a picture of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome
Mourners holds a picture of Piergiorgio Welby during his funeral service in Rome December 24, 2006. The case of an Italian man who died after his doctor switched off life support system took a new and controversial twist on Friday when Italy's Roman Catholic Church flatly denied his family's request for a religious funeral. Welby, whose case riveted Italy for months, died late on Wednesday night. The 60-year-old suffered from advanced muscular dystrophy and was confined to a bed, attached to tubes and spoke via computer that interpreted his eye movements. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
SOCCER-ITALY/
RTR1KNC2
December 23, 2006
AS Roma's supporters hold a banner that reads "Happy Christmas Welby" during an Italian Serie A soccer...
Rome, Italy
AS Roma's supporters show a banner that reads "Happy Christmas Welby" during a Serie A soccer match against...
AS Roma's supporters hold a banner that reads "Happy Christmas Welby" during an Italian Serie A soccer match against Cagliari at the Olympic Stadium in Rome December 23, 2006. Piergiorgio Welby died on December 21 after an Italian doctor, Mario Riccio, switched off his life support system with an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. Welby, who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KM1J
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens as...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio listens during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens as Welby's sister Carla walks behind him during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Piergiorgio Welby, who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Riccio said he gave Piergiorgio Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KM0M
December 21, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla (L) and Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino attend a news...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla and Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino attend a news conference...
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla (L) and Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino attend a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Piergiorgio Welby, who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Italian doctor Mario Riccio gave him an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZN
December 21, 2006
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla (L) is comforted by Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino during...
Rome, Italy
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla is comforted by Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino during...
Piergiorgio Welby's sister Carla (L) is comforted by Italian European Affairs Minister Emma Bonino during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Piergiorgio Welby, who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Italian doctor Mario Riccio gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZM
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens as...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio listens during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens as Welby's sister Carla walks behind him during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Welby , who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Riccio said he gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZI
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio (L), the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio listens as Welby's sister Carla speaks during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio (L), the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens as Welby's sister Carla speaks during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Welby , who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Riccio said he gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZH
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens during...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio looks on during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Welby , who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Riccio said he gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZG
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens during...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio listens during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off Piergiorgio Welby's life support system, listens during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Welby , who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Doctor Riccio said he gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KLZF
December 21, 2006
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off the life support system of Piergiorgio Welby, looks...
Rome, Italy
Mario Riccio looks up during a news conference in Rome
Mario Riccio, the Italian doctor who switched off the life support system of Piergiorgio Welby, looks up during a news conference in Rome December 21, 2006. Welby , who would have turned 61 next week, had advanced muscular dystrophy, leaving him bedridden but lucid. Doctor Riccio said he gave Welby an intravenous cocktail of sedatives then removed his respirator. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KHIB
December 16, 2006
Supporters of advanced muscular dystrophy sufferer Piergiorgio Welby attend a candle light vigil in his...
Rome, Italy
Supporters of advanced muscular dystrophy sufferer Piergiorgio Welby attend a candle light vigil in Rome...
Supporters of advanced muscular dystrophy sufferer Piergiorgio Welby attend a candle light vigil in his honour in central Rome December 16, 2006. An Italian court on Saturday rejected a request by the paralysed, terminally ill man who wants doctors to take him off life support in a case that has split the predominantly Catholic country, where euthanasia is illegal. The signs read in Italian "Live in PACS (the government's proposed agreement for non-married partners), die in peace". REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
ITALY-EUTHANASIA/
RTR1KHI8
December 16, 2006
Carla Welby (C), sister of advanced muscular dystrophy victim Piergiorgio Welby, attends a candle light...
Rome, Italy
Carla Welby, sister of advanced muscular dystrophy victim Piergiorgio Welby, attends a candle light vigil...
Carla Welby (C), sister of advanced muscular dystrophy victim Piergiorgio Welby, attends a candle light vigil in his honour in central Rome December 16, 2006. An Italian court on Saturday rejected a request by the paralysed, terminally ill man who wants doctors to take him off life support in a case that has split the predominantly Catholic country, where euthanasia is illegal. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
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