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LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XTF
January 28, 2014
Supporters of federalism set off fireworks in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the...
Benghazi, Libya
Supporters of federalism set off fireworks in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the...
Supporters of federalism set off fireworks in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the province of Cyrenaica, in Benghazi June 6, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, Ibrahim al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XTD
January 28, 2014
A woman carries a sign in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the province of Cyrenaica,...
Benghazi, Libya
A woman carries a sign in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the province of Cyrenaica,...
A woman carries a sign in celebration of the declaration of self-governance by the province of Cyrenaica, in Benghazi June 6, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, Ibrahim al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XTA
January 28, 2014
The entrance to Zueitina oil terminal is seen in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Benghazi July...
ZUEITINA, Libya
The entrance to Zueitina oil terminal is seen in Zueitina
The entrance to Zueitina oil terminal is seen in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Benghazi July 18, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, Ibrahim al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken July 18, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XT8
January 28, 2014
A general view of pipelines is seen at the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles)...
ZUEITINA, Libya
A general view of pipelines is seen at the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina
A general view of pipelines is seen at the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Benghazi July 18, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, Ibrahim al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken July 18, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XT5
January 28, 2014
Security officers stand at the gates of the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles)...
ZUEITINA, Libya
Security officers stand at the gates of the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina
Security officers stand at the gates of the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Benghazi July 18, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, Ibrahim al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken July 18, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XT0
January 28, 2014
Libyan militia leader Ibrahim al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks...
BREGA, Libya
Libyan militia leader al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks during an...
Libyan militia leader Ibrahim al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Brega October 20, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken October 20, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA-OIL/
RTX17XSW
January 28, 2014
Libyan militia leader Ibrahim al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks...
BREGA, Libya
Libyan militia leader al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks during an...
Libyan militia leader Ibrahim al-Jathran, head of an autonomy movement in Cyrenaica province, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Brega October 20, 2013. Almost every week, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan either tries to cajole the fighters choking off Libya's crude exports or threatens to break their blockade by force. Neither tactic has worked. Their leader, al-Jathran, dug in at ports his men seized in August 2013, says he will sell Libya's oil himself and carve out a semi-state unless the eastern region gets a fairer share of the revenues. The mutiny, which has shut three ports accounting for around half the OPEC member's exports, has helped send global crude prices up and they could rise much further if any armed clash inflicts long term damage. But lawmakers, oil sources and diplomats say Zeidan and Jathran are not on the brink of war, and that if Zeidan can survive a political crisis in the capital he may win the upper hand in the war of attrition over oil exports. Picture taken October 20, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
LIBYA/
RTR2QLHP
August 31, 2011
Saif al-Islam, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, smiles as he greets supporters in Tripoli in...
Tripoli, Libya
File photo of Saif al-Islam, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, greeting supporters in Tripoli...
Saif al-Islam, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, smiles as he greets supporters in Tripoli in this August 23, 2011 file photo. Saif al-Islam, promised on August 31, 2011 continued resistance to Libyan forces which ousted his father from Tripoli, and urged Libyans to wage a war of attrition against the National Transitional Council and its NATO backers. REUTERS/Paul Hackett/Files (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
LIBYA/
RTR2QLH7
August 31, 2011
Combination picture of Muammar Gaddafi's sons Saadi (L) and Saif al-Islam. Saif al-Islam, promised on...
Tripoli, Libya
Combo of Muammar Gaddafi's sons Saadi and Saif al-Islam
Combination picture of Muammar Gaddafi's sons Saadi (L) and Saif al-Islam. Saif al-Islam, promised on August 31, 2011 continued resistance to Libyan forces which ousted his father from Tripoli, and urged Libyans to wage a war of attrition against the National Transitional Council and its NATO backers, while Saadi, told al-Arabiya TV he had contacted the NTC commander in Tripoli with authorisation from his father as part of efforts to stop the bloodshed in Libya. REUTERS/Staff/Files (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WAR OF ATTRITION
RTXOERQ
March 17, 2006
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the...
Cheltenham, UK
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on t.....
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006.
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17BAE
March 17, 2006
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Jockey O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup of Cheltenham Festival...
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B9C
March 17, 2006
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Jockey O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning at Cheltenham Festival in England
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer embraces War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B8S
March 17, 2006
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Jockey O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup of Cheltenham Festival...
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B8P
March 17, 2006
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Jockey O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup of Cheltenham Festival...
Jockey Connor O'Dwyer kisses War of Attrition after winning the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B81
March 17, 2006
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
War of Attrition ridden by O'Dwyer clears final fence to win at Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire...
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B7P
March 17, 2006
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
War of Attrition ridden by jockey O'Dwyer clears final fence to win at Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire...
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble
SPORT HORSE RACING
RTR17B7N
March 17, 2006
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham...
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
War of Attrition ridden by jockey O'Dwyer clears final fence to win at Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire...
War of Attrition ridden by jockey Connor O'Dwyer clears the final fence to win the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival race meeting in Gloucestershire, central England, March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Phil Noble
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV43
July 18, 2005
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh (L) talks to Iraq's Oil Minister Ibrahim Bahr al-Uloum at Mehrabad...
Tehran, Iran
Iran's Oil Minister Zanganeh talks to Iraq's Oil Minister Bahr al-Uloum in Tehran.
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh (L) talks to Iraq's Oil Minister Ibrahim Bahr al-Uloum at Mehrabad Airport in Tehran July 18, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi AP/CCK
IRAN IRAQ
RTR15L4I
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari lays a wreath at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari lays a wreath at the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari lays a wreath at the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi CJO/CCK
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV1Q
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari sits inside Saadabad palace during an official meeting with Iran's...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi PM Jaafari seen during official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kharrazi in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari sits inside Saadabad palace during an official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DY
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV1E
July 17, 2005
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) reads a note during an official meeting with Iraqi Prime...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi reads note during meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari in Tehran....
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) reads a note during an official meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (R) at Saadabad palace in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DY
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV15
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign ...
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kharrazi in Tehran. Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (C) enters a hall at Saadabad palace before an official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV0T
July 17, 2005
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister ...
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari in Tehran. Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi leaves the Saadabad palace after an official meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHV0J
July 17, 2005
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister ......
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari in Tehran. Iranian Intelligence Minister Ali Yunesi enters the Saadabad palace for an official meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTWK
July 17, 2005
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for official meeting with Iraqi PM Ibrahim...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for official meeting with Iraqi PM Ibrahim...
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for official meeting with Iraqi PM Ibrahim Jaafari in Tehran. Iranian Intelligence Minister Ali Yunesi enters the Saadabad palace for an official meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTWC
July 17, 2005
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister ......
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari in Tehran. Iranian Intelligence Minister Ali Yunesi enters the Saadabad palace for an official meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTW1
July 17, 2005
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister ......
Iranian Intelligence Minister Yunesi enters Saadabad palace for meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari in Tehran. Iranian Intelligence Minister Ali Yunesi enters the Saadabad palace for an official meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTRU
July 17, 2005
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister ...
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi leaves Saadabad palace after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari in Tehran. Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi leaves the Saadabad palace after an official meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTRG
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister...
Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari enters hall at Saadabad palace before meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kharrazi in Tehran. Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari (C) enters a hall at Saadabad palace before an official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTQM
July 17, 2005
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) reads a note during an official meeting with Iraqi Prime...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi reads note during meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Jafari in Tehran....
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) reads a note during an official meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari (R) at Saadabad palace in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DY
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTOC
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari sits inside Saadabad palace during an official meeting with Iran's...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi PM Jafari seen during official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kharrazi in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari sits inside Saadabad palace during an official meeting with Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DY
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHTO2
July 17, 2005
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari (R) during...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Kharrazi talks with Iraqi PM Jafari in Tehran.
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi (L) talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari (R) during an official meeting at the Saadabad palace in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. Iran and Iraq bludgeoned each other to a stalemate between 1980 and 1988, but on Saturday cemented improving ties with warm words that may foreshadow healthier commercial links, despite Washington's reservations. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DY
IRAN
RTRHS9G
July 17, 2005
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari attend an official meeting...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari attend an official meeting...
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari attend an official meeting in Tehran. Iranian President Mohammad Khatami (R) and Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari attend an official meeting at the Tehran Saadabad palace July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN
RTRHS8S
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) and Iranian President Mohammad Khatami leave a hall after an...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari and Iranian President Mohammad Khatami leave a hall in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) and Iranian President Mohammad Khatami leave a hall after an official meeting at the Tehran Saadabad palace July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JJ
IRAN IRAQ
RTRHS8B
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) shakes hands with Iranian President Mohammad Khatami after an...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari shakes hands with Iranian President Khatami in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) shakes hands with Iranian President Mohammad Khatami after an official meeting at Tehran Saadabad palace July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/KS
IRAN
RTRHS80
July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) talks to Iranian President Mohammad Khatami during an official...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari talks to Iranian President Mohammad Khatami in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) talks to Iranian President Mohammad Khatami during an official meeting at the Tehran Saadabad palace July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JJ
IRAN
RTRHS7S
July 17, 2005
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami welcomes Iraqi's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari during an official...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami welcomes Iraqi's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari during an official...
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami welcomes Iraqi's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari during an official meeting in Tehran. Iranian President Mohammad Khatami (R) welcomes Iraqi's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari during an official meeting at the Tehran Saadabad palace July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl PP05070215
IRAN IRAQ
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July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi CJO/CCK
IRAN IRAQ
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July 17, 2005
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father...
Tehran, Iran
Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini in Tehran.
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari visits the tomb of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, spiritual father of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, in Tehran July 17, 2005. Iran on Saturday hailed Iraq as its "brother", taking a further step towards laying to rest the spectre of their war of attrition in the 1980s that killed hundreds of thousands on both sides. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi CJO/CCK
IRAQ
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December 08, 2004
An Iraqi man is treated in hospital after being injured in an early morning explosion in Baghdad, December...
Baghdad
Iraqi man treated in hospital after being injured in early morning explosion in Baghdad.
An Iraqi man is treated in hospital after being injured in an early morning explosion in Baghdad, December 8, 2004. A roadside bomb intended for a passing U.S. military convoy exploded, injuring six civilians. The insurgent war of attrition against U.S. forces and their Iraqi proteges claimed another American life in Baghdad, taking the U.S. combat death toll to 1,000 since last year's invasion. REUTERS/Mohanned Faisal RCS/JV
CAMPAIGN DEAN
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January 30, 2004
Supporters of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean hold signs...
Albuquerque, United States of America
SUPPORTERS OF US DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HOWARD DEAN AT A RALLY IN NEW MEXICO.
Supporters of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean hold signs at a campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 30, 2004. The signs were a reference to Dean's scream during his speech to supporters after the Iowa Caucuses. Dean decided on Friday to try to keep his foundering White House bid afloat with an unconventional strategy - be the last man standing as an alternative to front-runner John Kerry after a poltical war of attrition. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/GN
CAMPAIGN DEAN
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January 30, 2004
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (R) poses next to a life-size,...
Albuquerque, United States of America
US DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DEAN NEXT TO LIFE SIZE POSTER OF HIMSELF IN NEW MEXICO.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (R) poses next to a life-size, cardboard printout of himself after a campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico January 30, 2004. Dean decided on Friday to try to keep his foundering White House bid afloat with an unconventional strategy - be the last man standing as an alternative to front-runner John Kerry after a poltical war of attrition. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/GN
CAMPAIGN DEAN
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January 30, 2004
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean speaks to supporters at...
Albuquerque, United States of America
US DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HOWARD DEAN SPEAKS AT A RALLY IN NEW MEXICO.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vermont Governor Howard Dean speaks to supporters at a campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico January 30, 2004. Dean decided on Friday to try to keep his foundering White House bid afloat with an unconventional strategy - be the last man standing as an alternative to front-runner John Kerry after a poltical war of attrition. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/GN
CAMPAIGN DEAN
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January 29, 2004
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean works with senior advisor Gina Glantz (L) aboard the...
UNITED STATES
HOWARD DEAN WORKS WITH ADVISOR GINA GLANTZ ABOARD CAMPAIGN PLANE.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean works with senior advisor Gina Glantz (L) aboard the Dean campaign plane, flying between Burlington, Vermont and Lansing, Michigan, January 29, 2004. Dean, struggling to get his White House bid back on track after crushing losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, shook up his campaign Wednesday in preparation for "a long, long war of attrition." US ELECTION REUTERS/Jim Bourg
LEBANON
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March 17, 2003
Two Lebanese school children play Special Force, a new computer game
released by Lebanon's Hizbollah...
Beirut, Lebanon
TWO LEBANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN PLAY SPECIAL FORCE COMPUTER GAME.
Two Lebanese school children play Special Force, a new computer game
released by Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group, at an internet cafe in
the southern suburbs of Beirut March 17, 2003. The aim of the game,
released last month, is to shoot down Israelis, including Israeli Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon, who is reviled by Arabs. Syrian and
Iranian-backed Hizbollah waged a war of attrition that helped end
Israel's 22-year occupation of south Lebanon in 2000.REUTERS/Jamal
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LEBANON
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March 17, 2003
A Lebanese man holds up Special Force, a new computer game released by
Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla...
Beirut, Lebanon
A LEBANESE MAN HOLDS UP SPECIAL FORCE COMPUTER GAME.
A Lebanese man holds up Special Force, a new computer game released by
Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group, at his shop in the southern
suburbs of Beirut on March 17, 2003. The aim of the game, released last
month, is to shoot down Israelis, including Israeli Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon, who is reviled by Arabs. Syrian and Iranian-backed
Hizbollah waged a war of attrition that helped end Israel's 22-year
occupation of south Lebanon in 2000. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi REUTERS

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SPORT SOCCER UNITED
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January 27, 2003
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcom Glazer high-fives the crowd after he returned with the team for a celebration...
London, UNITED STATES
File photo of Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcom Glazer high-fives the crowd after he returned with the team for a celebration at their home field, Raymond James Stadium, in Tampa, Florida in this January 27, 2003 file photo. Manchester United fans promised a war of attrition against Glazer after the American tycoon on May 12, 2005 seized control of the world's richest soccer club. Fans say Glazer has no knowledge of the football side of the club and is interested purely in its brand, rivalled only by Real Madrid, and revenues. REUTERS/Joe Skipper/Fiules SV
SPORT SOCCER UNITED FANS
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January 26, 2003
File photo of Malcolm Glazer, owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, holding the Vince Lombardi trophy after...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
File photo of Tampa Bay Buccaneers Malcolm Glazer after Super Bowl win.
File photo of Malcolm Glazer, owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, holding the Vince Lombardi trophy after his team won Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego, California on January 26, 2003. Manchester United fans promised a war of attrition against Malcolm Glazer after the American tycoon took control of the world's richest soccer club on May 12, 2005. They fear his 790 million pounds ($1.49 billion) offer will saddle United with heavy debts, forcing up ticket prices and diverting funds which could be used to improve the team which finished a disappointing third this season. Picture taken January 26, 2003. REUTERS/Mike Segar/FILE PP05050124 JIR/GN
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May 29, 2001
Palestinian children from Bourj al-Barajneh camp in Beirut perform, at UNISCO palace May 29, 2001, a...
Beirut, Lebanon
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN FROM BOURJ AL-BARAJNEH CAMP IN BEIRUT.
Palestinian children from Bourj al-Barajneh camp in Beirut perform, at UNISCO palace May 29, 2001, a traditional dance as they hold models of rifles in solidarity and support for Palestinians in their war of attrition against Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip and West Bank.

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LEBANON
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May 29, 2001
Head of the Egyptian Actrors Union Yousef Shaaban throws a stone towards the Israeli border at Fatima...
Fatima Gate, Lebanon
HEAD OF EGYPTIAN ACTORS UNION YOUSEF SHAABAN THROWS STONE TOWARDS ISRAEL.
Head of the Egyptian Actrors Union Yousef Shaaban throws a stone towards the Israeli border at Fatima Gate in south Lebanon May 29,2001. Shaaban went on a visit to south Lebanon to express support for Hizbollah guerrillas in their war of attrition against Israeli troops occupying Shebaa farms, a disputed piece of land near the Lebanese Israseli front. Israel ended its 22-years occupation of south Lebanon exactly one year ago.

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SPAIN BASQUES
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April 17, 2001
Socialist members of local councils in Spain's Basque country present a banner which reads "ETA NO-ETA...
Bilbao, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Socialist members of local councils in Spain's Basque country present a banner which reads "ETA NO-ETA EZ" in Spanish and Basque language, that they would like to see hung from council buildings, in Bilbao April 17, 2001. Socialist town councillors have recently resigned in the Basque country following a ruling that they must use bodyguards for their safety. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

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SPAIN BASQUES
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March 30, 2001
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview...
Madrid, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview in this March 30, 2001. San Gil never doubted for a moment that when she entered Basque politics in 1995 that she was putting her name on ETA's hit list. ETA, which began as a reaction to fascism, is now accused of using equally brutal methods to silence those who oppose it. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

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SPAIN BASQUES
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March 30, 2001
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview...
Madrid, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview in this March 30, 2001 file photo. San Gil never doubted for a moment that when she entered Basque politics in 1995 that she was putting her name on ETA's hit list. ETA, which began as a reaction to fascism, is now accused of using equally brutal methods to silence those who oppose it. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

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LEBANON HIZBOLLAH
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May 08, 2000
A worker from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group put the final touches on a huge painted poster in Sidon...
Beirut, Lebanon
LEBANON'S HIZBOLLAH GUERRILLA GROUP ERECTS A GIANT PAINTED POSTER IN SIDON.
A worker from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group put the final touches on a huge painted poster in Sidon depicting that Moslem and Christians won their war against Israel from occupation zone in south Lebanon May 8. Hizbollah is waging a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of southern Lebanon. Israel raided Lebanon in a retaliation on Hizbollah rocketed north Israel by Katyusha last week, the attacks prompted Israel's worst strikes on Lebanon since last June.

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LEBANON ISRAELI CIVILIAN
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March 20, 2000
A wounded Lebanese man Hassan Hamoud receives treatment in hospital in the town of Nabatiyeh in south...
Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
LEBANESE MAN, WOUNDED IN ARTILLARY SHELLING, IS TREATED IN HOSPITAL.
A wounded Lebanese man Hassan Hamoud receives treatment in hospital in the town of Nabatiyeh in south Lebanon March 20 after artillery shelling from inside Israel's occupied zone in south Lebanon wounded three civilians on Monday. Earlier Hizbollah, a guerrilla group leading a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of the south, attacked positions of the pro-Israeli South Lebanon Army (SLA) militia overlooking Jarjouh.

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LEBANON ISRAEL CIVILIANS
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March 20, 2000
A Lebanese woman Sobheye Darwish receives treatment in hospital in the town of Nabatiyeh in south Lebanon...
Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
AN LEBANESE WOMAN IS TREATED IN HOSPITAL AFTER SHE WAS WOUNDED BY SHELLING.
A Lebanese woman Sobheye Darwish receives treatment in hospital in the town of Nabatiyeh in south Lebanon March 20 after artillery shelling from inside Israel's occupied zone in south Lebanon wounded three civilians on Monday. Earlier Hizbollah, a guerrilla group leading a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of the south, attacked positions of the pro-Israeli South Lebanon Army (SLA) militia overlooking Jarjouh.

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MIDEAST ARABS
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March 11, 2000
Supporters of Lebanon's Hizbollah group put the final touches on a huge canvas in the southern town of...
Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
SUPPORTERS OF HIZBOLLAH PUT THE FINAL TOUCHES ON A HUGE CANVAS.
Supporters of Lebanon's Hizbollah group put the final touches on a huge canvas in the southern town of Zahrani, that shows the Moslem group flag in the avanguard of the Arab flags while Israeli and American flags are torned down March 11. Hizbollah is waging a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of southern Lebanon, killing seven soldiers so far this year. The attacks prompted Israel's worse strikes on Lebanon since June.

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LEBANON HIZBOLLAHN
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February 19, 2000
Workers from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group put the final touches on a huge canvas in the southern...
Zahrani, Lebanon
HIZBOLLAH WORKERS PUT FINAL TOUCHES ON ANTI-ISREALI POSTER IN SOUTH LEBANON.
Workers from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group put the final touches on a huge canvas in the southern town of Zahrani depicting fighters from the group attacking Israeli soldiers, whose faces are shown as skulls, February 19. Hizbollah is waging a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of southern Lebanon, killing seven soldiers so far this year. The attacks prompted Israel's worse strikes on Lebanon since June.

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LEBANON HIZBOLLAH
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February 19, 2000
A worker from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group hangs a huge canvas depicting fighters from his group...
Zahrani, Lebanon
HIZBOLLAH HANGS ANTI-ISRAELI POSTER IN SOUTH LEBANON.
A worker from Lebanon's Hizbollah guerrilla group hangs a huge canvas depicting fighters from his group attacking Israeli soldiers, whose faces are shown as skulls near the southern town of Zahrani February 19. Hizbollah is waging a war of attrition to end Israel's 22-year-old occupation of southern Lebanon, killing seven soldiers so far this year. The attacks prompted Israel's worse strikes on Lebanon since June.

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LEBANON ISRAEL HIZBOLLAH
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February 04, 2000
LEBANON-ISRAEL-HIZBOLLAH:BARISH,4FEB00-Lebanese civilians inspect the damaged car of a Hizbollah official...
Beirut, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
LEBANESE CIVILIANS INSPECT DAMAGED CAR OF A HIZBOLLAH GUERRILLA.
LEBANON-ISRAEL-HIZBOLLAH:BARISH,4FEB00-Lebanese civilians inspect the damaged car of a Hizbollah official after it was hit by a rocket fired from an Israeli helicopter in the village of Barish near the port city-of Tyre in south Lebanon February 4. The Iranian-backed Hizbollah and other guerrillas are waging a war of attrition to oust Israeli troops and their South Lebanon Army militia allies from south Lebanon.

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