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IRAQ LEADER
RTRNA0E
May 10, 2003
A British soldier stands between Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of
their spiritual leader Mohammad...
Basra, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI SHI`ITE MEN WELLCOME THEIR SPIRITUAL LEADER AT BORDER WITH IRAN.
A British soldier stands between Iraqi Shi`ite men holding pictures of
their spiritual leader Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim as they welcome him at
the border with Iran near Basra May 10, 2003. Tens of thousands of
Iraqi Shi`ite men welcomed their spiritual leader Mohammed Baqir
al-Hakim, leader of the Tehran-based Supreme Council of the Islamic
Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI), as he returned after more than two decades
of exile in Iran. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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SLOVENIA DENMARK
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March 03, 2003
Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) welcomes Danish
Counterpart Per Stieg Moller (L) upon...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
SLOVENIAN FOREIGN MINISTER DIMITRIJ RUPEL BIDDING A WELLCOME TO DANISH
COUNTERPART PER STIEG MOLLER....
Slovenian Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel (L) welcomes Danish
Counterpart Per Stieg Moller (L) upon his arrival for a one-day visit
to Slovenia, in Ljubljana March 3, 2003. During the visit will Moller
speak with Slovenian President Janez Drnovsek and Prime Minister Tone
Rop about Slovenia's entry into the Eurpean Union.

REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXLHX4
September 07, 2002
Lieutenant General Marcel Valentin (R), commander of the Kosovo peacekeeping forces wellcomes the French...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
Lieutenant General Marcel Valentin (R), commander of the Kosovo peacekeeping forces wellcomes the Fr.....
Lieutenant General Marcel Valentin (R), commander of the Kosovo peacekeeping forces wellcomes the French minister of foreign affairs, Dominique de Villepin (L) at KFOR Headquartes in Pristina on September 7, 2002. French minister came to Kosovo to meet international and local leaders.
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
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September 07, 2002
Lieutenant General Marcel Valentin (R), commander of the Kosovo
peacekeeping forces wellcomes the French...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
FRENCH MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS VISITS KOSOVO.
Lieutenant General Marcel Valentin (R), commander of the Kosovo
peacekeeping forces wellcomes the French minister of foreign affairs,
Dominique de Villepin (L) at KFOR Headquartes in Pristina on September
7, 2002. French minister came to Kosovo to meet international and local
leaders. REUTERS/Hazir Reka

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EUROPE JORDAN KING
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June 12, 2002
HIS MAJESTY KING ABDULLAH II OF JORDAN IS WELLCOMED BY IRISH EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENTS PRESIDENT PAT COX...
Strasbourg, France
HIS MAJESTY KING ABDULLAH II OF JORDAN IS WELLCOMED BY IRISH EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENTS PRESIDENT PAT COX...
HIS MAJESTY KING ABDULLAH II OF JORDAN IS WELLCOMED BY IRISH EUROPEAN
PARLIAMENTS PRESIDENT PAT COX IN STRASBOURG.


His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan (C), is welcomed by Irish
European Parliament's President Pat Cox (R), with his wife Queen Rania
Al-Abdullah before addressing the European Parliament June 12, 2002, in
Strasbourg, France. King Abdullah II said the Middle East needs Europe
to take a leadership role in the peace process. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
REUTERS
SLOVENIA
RTRJRVN
June 20, 2001
Slovenian President Milan Kucanl (R) and Irish counterpart Mary McAleese listen to their national anthems...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
SLOVENIAN PRESIDENT KUCAN WELLCOMES IRISH COUNTERPART MARY MCALEESE.
Slovenian President Milan Kucanl (R) and Irish counterpart Mary McAleese listen to their national anthems in Ljubljana June 20, 2001. McAleese arrived on Wednesday for a three-day official visit to Slovenia.

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SLOVENIA
RTRJRV4
June 20, 2001
Slovenian President Milan Kucanl (R) welcomes Irish counterpart Mary McAleese in Ljubljana June 20, 2001....
Ljubljana, Slovenia
SLOVENIAN PRESIDENT KUCAN WELLCOMES IRISH COUNTERPART MARY MCALEESE.
Slovenian President Milan Kucanl (R) welcomes Irish counterpart Mary McAleese in Ljubljana June 20, 2001. McAleese arrived on Wednesday for a three-day official visit to Slovenia.

SZ/AA
ROMANIA MOLDOVA
RTRHNGE
May 01, 2001
Romanian President Ion Iliescu (L) and his Moldavian counterpart Vladimir Voronin (R) walk in front of...
Bucharest, Romania
ROMANIAN PRESIDENT ION ILIESCU AND HIS MOLDAVIAN COUNTERPART VLADIMIR VORONIN.
Romanian President Ion Iliescu (L) and his Moldavian counterpart Vladimir Voronin (R) walk in front of a honour guard during the wellcome ceremony at Cotroceni Presidential Palace in Bucharest May 1, 2001. Voronin is in a two-day visit to Romania.

BC/CRB
SLOVAKIA
RTREE08
February 16, 2001
Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsekl (R) wellcomes his Slovakian counterpart Mikulas Dzurinda (L)...
Ljubljana, Slovenia
SLOVAKIAN PRIME MINISTER MIKULAS DZURINDA IN SLOVENIA.
Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Drnovsekl (R) wellcomes his Slovakian counterpart Mikulas Dzurinda (L) on his arriva in Ljubljana February 16, 2001. Dzurinda is on a two-day official visit to Slovenia.

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EUROPE SWEDEN
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January 17, 2001
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON IS WELLCOMED BY EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PRESIDENT NICOLE FONTAINE IN...
Strasbourg, France
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON IS WELLCOMED BY EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PRESIDENT NICOLE FONTAINE ......
SWEDISH PRIME MINISTER GORAN PERSSON IS WELLCOMED BY EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PRESIDENT NICOLE FONTAINE IN STRASBOURG.


Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson (R) is greeted by the President of the European Parliament Nicole Fontaine (L) January 17, 2001 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Persson addressed deputies at the European Parliament to present the Swedish European Union Presidency's program for the next six months.
SLOVENIA CROATIA
RTRB4OV
November 22, 2000
Slovenian President Milan Kucan (R) welcomes his Croatian counterpart Stipe Mesic (L) upon his arrival...
Bizeljsko, Slovenia
SLOVENIAN PRESIDENT MILAN KUCA (R) BIDDING A WELLCOME TO CROATIAN COUNTERPART STIPE MESIC.
Slovenian President Milan Kucan (R) welcomes his Croatian counterpart Stipe Mesic (L) upon his arrival in Bizeljsko, Southern Slovenia, November 22, 2000. The two Presidents are to hold talks about a summit to be held in Zagreb on November 23.

SZ/JDP
SLOVENIA
RTR7THN
September 02, 2000
Slovenian Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk (R) wellcomes Hungarian couterpart Viktor Orban (L) at the start...
Strmol, Slovenia
SLOVENIAN PRIME MINISTER BAJUK WELCOMES HUNGARIAN COUNTERPART ORBAN.
Slovenian Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk (R) wellcomes Hungarian couterpart Viktor Orban (L) at the start of his one-day working visit to Slovenia, at castle Strmol September 2, 2000. Bajuk and Orban are due to discuss membership to the European Union.

SZ/AA
BRITAIN
RTXJSVU
June 26, 2000
The panel including (L to R) Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, Michael Morgan, Chief...
London, UK
The panel including (L to R) Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, Michael Morgan, Ch.....
The panel including (L to R) Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, Michael Morgan, Chief Executive Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Dr Michael Dexter Director Wellcome Trust and Lord Sainsbury, Science Minister speak at the Human Genome Project news conference at the Wellcome Trust, London, June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.
SULSTON
RTXJSVT
June 26, 2000
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks at the Human Genome Project press conference...
London, UK
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks at the Human Genome Project press confere.....
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks at the Human Genome Project press conference at the Wellcome Trust, London, June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.
SULSTON
RTXJSVS
June 26, 2000
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks in front of a genetic model at the Human Genome...
London, UK
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks in front of a genetic model at the Human .....
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks in front of a genetic model at the Human Genome Project press conference at the Wellcome Trust, London June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.
BRITAIN SCIENE GENOME
RTR5ONK
June 26, 2000
Robert May (L), Chief Scientific Officer, and Mike Dexter, Director of the Wellcome Trust, talk prior...
London, UK
ROBERT MAY AND MIKE DEXTER LOSTEN TO BLAIR SPEAK ON HUMAN GENOME PROJECT.
Robert May (L), Chief Scientific Officer, and Mike Dexter, Director of the Wellcome Trust, talk prior to a video link between Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair and America's President Bill Clinton to discuss the Human Genome Project, at No. 10 Dowing Street, London, June 26. The Wellcome Trust, Sanger Centre and international partners have announced that the working draft of the genetic Book of Humankind has been read. The Human Genome Project, the international project to identify all the genes of the human body, has completed the initial stage of work and the information has been given freely to the world.

AS/ME
BRITAIN SCIENE GENOME
RTR5ONE
June 26, 2000
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair smiles during a video link to discuss the Human Genome Project with...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR SPEAKS ABOUT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair smiles during a video link to discuss the Human Genome Project with America's President Bill Clinton, seen on the video screen in the background, at No. 10 Dowing Street, London, June 26. The Wellcome Trust, Sanger Centre and international partners have announced that the working draft of the genetic Book of Humankind has been read. The Human Genome Project, the international project to identify all the genes of the human body, has completed the initial stage of work and the information has been given freely to the world.

AS/FMS
BRITAIN SCIENE GENOME
RTR5OMF
June 26, 2000
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair smiles during a video link to discuss the Human Genome Project with...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PM BLAIR SPEAKS ABOUT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair smiles during a video link to discuss the Human Genome Project with US President Bill Clinton, seen on the video screen in the background, at No. 10 Dowing Street, London, June 26. The Wellcome Trust, Sanger Centre and international partners have announced that the working draft of the genetic Book of Humankind has been read. The Human Genome Project, the international project to identify all the genes of the human body, has completed the initial stage of work and the information has been given freely to the world.

AS/ME
BRITAIN SCIENCE GENOME
RTR5OH9
June 26, 2000
Dr John Sulston, (L) Director of the Sanger Centre, Dr Michael Morgan, Chief Executive of the Wellcome...
London, UK
SULSTON, MORGAN AND DEXTER ATTEND THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Dr John Sulston, (L) Director of the Sanger Centre, Dr Michael Morgan, Chief Executive of the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus and Dr Michael Dexter, Director of the Wellcome Trust (R) attend the Human Genome Project news conference in central London June 26. The group confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.

JE/WS
BRITAIN SCIENCE GENOME
RTR5OEX
June 26, 2000
The panel including (L to R) Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, Michael Morgan, Chief...
London, UK
THE PANEL AT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT NEWS CONFERENCE IN LONDON.
The panel including (L to R) Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, Michael Morgan, Chief Executive Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Dr Michael Dexter Director Wellcome Trust and Lord Sainsbury, Science Minister speak at the Human Genome Project news conference at the Wellcome Trust, London, June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.

AS/ME
BRITAIN SCIENE GENOME
RTR5ODB
June 26, 2000
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks at the Human Genome Project press conference...
London, UK
DOCTOR SULSTON, DIRECTOR OF THE SANGER CENTRE SPEAKS AT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT PRESS CONFERENCE.
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks at the Human Genome Project press conference at the Wellcome Trust, London, June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.

AS/ns
BRITAIN SCIENE GENOME
RTR5OCY
June 26, 2000
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks in front of a genetic model at the Human Genome...
London, UK
DOCTOR SULSTON, DIRECTOR OF THE SANGER CENTRE SPEAKS AT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT PRESS CONFERENCE.
Doctor John Sulston, Director of the Sanger Centre, speaks in front of a genetic model at the Human Genome Project press conference at the Wellcome Trust, London June 26. Scientists confirmed that a working draft of the human genetic code has been completed, marking a scientific milestone that will transform the understanding, treatment and prevention of disease.

AS/WS
SPORT SOCCER
RTRV2FN
June 03, 2000
Danish goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel (C) is congatuled by his team mates after scoring a penalty during...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DENMARKS SCHMEICHEL IS CONGRATULED BY TEAM MATES DURING A FRIENDLY MATCH IN COPENHAGEN.
Danish goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel (C) is congatuled by his team mates after scoring a penalty during a friendly match against Belgium at Copenhagen Park stadium June 3. Belgium will wellcome the European soccer championship which will take place in Belgium and the Nederlands on June 10.

THR/AA
SPORT SOCCER EUROPE
RTRV2D5
June 03, 2000
Belgian Marc Wilmots runs the ball past Danish soccer player Martin Laursen (L) during their friendly...
Copenhagen, Denmark
SOCCER PLAYERS LAURSEN AND WILMOTS IN ACTION DURING FRIENDLY MATCH IN COPENHAGEN.
Belgian Marc Wilmots runs the ball past Danish soccer player Martin Laursen (L) during their friendly match at Copenhagen Park stadium June 3. Belgium will wellcome the European soccer Championship which will take place in Belgium and the Nederlands on June 10.

THR/AA
BRITAIN
RTXJFXT
January 17, 2000
(L-R) John Coombe, Finance Director of Glaxo Wellcome, Sir Richard Sykes Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
(L-R) John Coombe, Finance Director of Glaxo Wellcome, Sir Richard Sykes Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome.....
(L-R) John Coombe, Finance Director of Glaxo Wellcome, Sir Richard Sykes Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome, Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham and Jan Leschly, Chief Executive of Smithkline Beecham, share a light moment following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham Janaury 17. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth £114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.
BRITAIN
RTXJFXS
January 17, 2000
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome shakes hands with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Chief Executive...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome shakes hands with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Chief Exec.....
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome shakes hands with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham January 17. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth £114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.
BRITAIN
RTXJFXR
January 17, 2000
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome and Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome and Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer el.....
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome and Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth £114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.
BRITAIN HEALTH GLAXO
RTRDK8
January 17, 2000
(L-R) John Coombe, Finance Director of Glaxo Wellcome, Sir Richard Sykes Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
EXECUTIVES FROM GLAXO WELLCOME AND SHITHKLINE BEECHAM.
(L-R) John Coombe, Finance Director of Glaxo Wellcome, Sir Richard Sykes Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome, Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham and Jan Leschly, Chief Executive of Smithkline Beecham, share a light moment following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham Janaury 17. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth #114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.

DJM/PS/ME
BRITAIN HEALTH GLAXO
RTRDJL
January 17, 2000
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome shakes hands with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Chief Executive...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SIR RICHARD SYKES AND JEAN-PAIERRE GARNIER SHAKE HANDS.
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome shakes hands with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham January 17. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth #114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.

DJM/PS/ME
BRITAIN HEALTH GLAXO
RTRDJB
January 17, 2000
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome and Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SIR RICHARD SYKES AND JEAN-PAIERRE GARNIER NEWS CONFERENCE.
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome and Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham following a news conference on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth #114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.

DJM/PS/ME
BRITAIN HEALTH GLAXO
RTRDJ5
January 17, 2000
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome takes a closer look at the name board as Jean-Pierre...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SIR RICHARD SYKES AND JEAN-PAIERRE GARNIER CHECK NEW COMPANY NAMEERENCE.
Sir Richard Sykes (L), Chairman of Glaxo Wellcome takes a closer look at the name board as Jean-Pierre Garnier Chief Executive Officer elect of Smithkline Beecham looks on following a news conference January 17 on the proposed merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smithkline Beecham. The two British companies, which tried and failed to merge two years ago, said the deal, worth #114 billion, would give the the scientific and financial clout to be the most efficient drug discovery and marketing machine in the industry.

DJM/PS/ME
SCHROEDER
RTXJFDJ
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder smiles as he is dressed in special anti-dust clothes during a visit...
Bad Oldesloe, Germany - FDR
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder smiles as he is dressed in special anti-dust clothes during a v.....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder smiles as he is dressed in special anti-dust clothes during a visit to the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is for five-day-visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.
SCHROEDER
RTXJFD8
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the production...
Bad Oldesloe, Germany - FDR
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the .....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the production of the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is for five-day-visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.
GERMANY
RTXJFD7
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) points to Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state...
Luebeck, Germany - FDR
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) points to Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal st.....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) points to Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state Schlewsig Holstein during their visit to the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is on a five-day visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.
GERMANY
RTR74D
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state Schlewsig...
Bad Oldesloe, Germany - FDR
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND HEIDE SIMONIS - FEDERAL PRIME MINISTER OF SCHLESWIG HOLSTEIN.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state Schlewsig Holstein are clothed in special anti-dust clothes during their visit of the production of the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is for five-day-visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.

PEM/CLH/
GERMANY
RTR743
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the...
Bad Oldesloe, Germany - FDR
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER IS CLOTHED IN SPECIAL ANTI DUST CLOTHES IN BAD OLDESLOHE.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the production of the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is for five-day-visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.

PEM/CLH/
GERMANY
RTR73Y
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) points to Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state...
Luebeck, Germany - FDR
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER POINTS TO HEIDE SIMONIS - FEDERAL PRIME MINISTER OF SCHLESWIG HOLSTEIN.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) points to Heide Simonis, Prime minister of German federal state Schlewsig Holstein during their visit to the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is on a five-day visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.

PEM/NS/
GERMANY
RTR73U
January 10, 2000
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the production...
Bad Oldesloe, Germany - FDR
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER IS CLOTHED IN SPECIAL ANTI DUST CLOTHES IN BAD OLDESLOHE.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is clothed in special anti-dust clothes during his visit of the production of the pharmaceutical company GlaxoWellcome in Bad Oldesloe January 10. Schroeder is for five-day-visit in northern German state of Schleswig Holstein.

PEM/CLH/
PIOT
RTXI78V
June 29, 1998
Peter Piot, Executive Director of UNAIDS, gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS...
Peter Piot, Executive Director of UNAIDS, gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAI.....
Peter Piot, Executive Director of UNAIDS, gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS launched a bold new project to help HIV positive [women in Africa, Asia and Latin America from infecting their newborns] with the deadly virus. The project will provide antenatal care, counseling, improved medical assistance during labour and delivery, support for women who choose not to breastfeed and Glaxo's Wellcome Plc AZT, the first marketed AIDS drug.
RTRF8J8
June 29, 1998
Peter Piot, Executive Director of UNAIDS, gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS...
Switzerland
PETER PIOT GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE IN GENEVA.
Peter Piot, Executive Director of UNAIDS, gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS launched a bold new project to help HIV positive women in Africa, Asia and Latin America from infecting their newborns with the deadly virus. The project will provide antenatal care, counseling, improved medical assistance during labour and delivery, support for women who choose not to breastfeed and Glaxo's Wellcome Plc AZT, the first marketed AIDS drug.

STS/
RTRF8F9
June 29, 1998
French Health Minister Bernard Kouchner gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS...
Switzerland
BERNARD KOUCHNER GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE IN GENEVA.
French Health Minister Bernard Kouchner gestures during a press conference in Geneva June 29. UNAIDS launched a bold new project to help HIV positive women in Africa, Asia and Latin America from infecting their newborns with the deadly virus. The project will provide antenatal care, counseling, improved medical assistance during labour and delivery, support for women who choose not to breastfeed and Glaxo's Wellcome Plc AZT, the first marketed AIDS drug.

STS/AA
RTRAZTE
February 02, 1998
A trader on the dealing floor of Merril Lynch talks on two phones during the days trading February 2....
United Kingdom
A TRADER ON THE FLOOR OF MERRIL LYNCH AS FTSE SOARS
A trader on the dealing floor of Merril Lynch talks on two phones during the days trading February 2. The FTSE 100 index today broke the 5600 barrier on the back of a proposed 100 billion pound merger between pharmaceutical giants Glaxo Wellcome, and SmithKline Beecham.

BRITAIN PHARMACEUTICALS
CIBA
RTXGWZF
March 07, 1996
Ciba chairman Alex Krauer looks on during a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical groups...
Ciba chairman Alex Krauer looks on during a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical .....
Ciba chairman Alex Krauer looks on during a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical groups Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz announced one of the world's biggest mergers, forming a giant with market capitalisation 75 billion Swiss francs ($ 62.4 billlion). The merger into a new company, to be called Novartis, dwarfs last year's merger of British drugs firms Galxo and Wellcome to create what was then the world's largest pharmaceuticals company
SANDOZ
RTXGWZE
March 07, 1996
Sandoz chief executive Daniel Vasella attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical...
Sandoz chief executive Daniel Vasella attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceuti.....
Sandoz chief executive Daniel Vasella attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical groups Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz announced one of the world's biggest mergers, forming a giant with market capitalisation 75 billion Swiss francs ($ 62.4 billlion). The merger into a new company, to be called Novartis, dwarfs last year's merger of British drugs firms Galxo and Wellcome to create what was then the world's largest pharmaceuticals company
SANDOZ
RTXGWZD
March 07, 1996
Marc Moret, Sandoz chairman of the board, attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical...
Marc Moret, Sandoz chairman of the board, attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmac.....
Marc Moret, Sandoz chairman of the board, attends a press conference in Basle March 7. Swiss pharmaceutical groups Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz announced one of the world's biggest mergers, forming a giant with market capitalisation 75 billion Swiss francs ($ 62.4 billlion). The merger into a new company, to be called Novartis, dwarfs last year's merger of British drugs firms Galxo and Wellcome to create what was then the world's largest pharmaceuticals company
GLAXO
RTXGWWJ
March 06, 1996
Sir Richard Sykes, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of drugs firm Glaxo Wellcome Plc, leaves a central...
Sir Richard Sykes, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of drugs firm Glaxo Wellcome Plc, leaves a ce.....
Sir Richard Sykes, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive of drugs firm Glaxo Wellcome Plc, leaves a central London news conference March 7. The company announced that jobs were being shed from the post-merger group at a faster rate than expected
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