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Type(s) de contenu et mode(s) de consultation : Image fixe : électronique

Auteur(s) : Agence France-Presse. Photographe  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : [Rétrospective de l'année 1995] [Image fixe numérisée] / Agence France-Presse, agence photogr.

Publication : [Paris] : [Agence France-Presse], [1995]

Éditeur : Agence France-Presse  Voir les notices liées en tant que Responsabilité commerciale

Description matérielle : 193 photogr. pos. : coul. ; 24 x 36 mm

Note(s) : Acq. : Agence France Presse

Tournage : 1995-00-00


Sujet(s) : Mil neuf cent quatre-vingt-quinze -- Chronologie

Thème(s) : Histoire
Société

Identifiant de la notice  : ark:/12148/cb38496951v

Notice n° :  FRBNF38496951

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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GROZNY, Chechnya - 01 January 1995 : A Chechen volunteer takes cover behind a Russian tank during street fighting in Grozny between Russian troops and Chechen soldiers supporting rebel President Djokhar Dudayev. Some 40,000 Russian tr



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 TONGI, Bangladesh - 09 January 1995 : A train bearing thousands of Moslem pilgrims arrives as two million people converged on a muddy field near Tongi for the biggest Moslem gathering outside the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, the World



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GROZNY, Chechnya - 10 January 1995 : A Chechen fighter takes cover from sniper fire in a building across the square from the presidential palace destroyed by Russian artillery bombardment in the capital of the independentist Caucasus



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 NISHINOMYA, Japan - 17 January 1995 : A crumpled elevated highway lies on its side in Nishinomya city near Kobe after a powerful earthquake hit western Japan, devastating the Kobe-Osaka metropolis. Nearly 5,500 people perished. [auteu



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 KOBE, Japan - 18 January 95 : A collapsed building blocks the main street of central Kobe after a powerful earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale struck western Japan, devastating the Kobe-Osaka metropolis and killing 5,493 peo



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 ALLAHABAD, India - 30 January 1995 : Hindu pilgrims traverse bridges over the sacred Ganges River during the Ardh Kumbh Mela Millions of Hindu devotees flocked to the ancient holy city for a soul-purifying bath in the waters of the Ga



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 JERUSALEM - 07 February 1995 : An orthodox Jew chases his hat near the Wailing Wall in Old Jerusalem as high winds, rain and snow hit Israel. In the north of the country, the unusually harsh winter storms paralyzed transport. [auteur



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GUSH QATIF, Gaza - 14 February 1995 : Palestinian Colonel Abu Farid (L) speaks with his Israeli colleague, Lt. Colonel Kobi Michael, in front of Israeli and Palestinian flags painted on the wall of the joint operations room in the Dis



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 LOS ANGELES - 22 February 1995 : Murder defendant Off. Simpson leans back, closing his eyes, during testimony by Los Angeles police detective Tom Large during a morning session of his double murder trial. Lange testified about his act



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 MOGADISHU, Somalia - 01 March 1995 : Pakistani UN tanks leave Mogadishu airport for embarcation abroad a Ukrainian cargo ship in the harbor of the Somalian capital. Militiamen loyal to Somali warlord Mohamed Farah Aidid took control o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 TOKYO, Japan - 07 March 1995 : Exhausted dealers take break at the foreign currency exchange as the dollar dropped below 93 yen in Tokyo during the morning after hitting a new global low of 92.45 yen in the overnight New-York market.



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GROZNY, Chechnya - 22 March 1995 : Russian soldiers wave from their APC decorated with the radiator grill of a Mercedes, cruising through Grozny. The Chechen capital remained quiet as Russian troops focused their attacks on rebel posi



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 TOKYO, Japan - 21 March 1995 : Wearing gas masks, members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces clean up subway cars in Tokyo after attackers released nerve gas in the Tokyo underground system during rush hour 20 March, killing e



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 FILES, Japan - 21 March 1995 : Shoko Asahara, the 39-year-old guru of the esoteric cult, Aum Shinrikyo (the sect of supreme truth), appears in a recent photo. Japanese newspapers suggested that the cult was involved in the fatal nerve



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 NGOZI, Burundi - 31 March 1995 : A Rwandan Hutu carrying a cross flees with tens of thousands of refugees towards the Tanzanian border from the camps at Magara, near the northern Burundian town of Ngozi. The refugee wave halted when o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GASHOHO, Burundi - 01 April 1995 : These shoes belong to a young Hutu who walked for three days from the Ngozi refugee camp to Gashoho, a distance of about 35 kilometers (22 miles). He is one of the 55,000 Rwandan Hutu refugees, fleei



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BERCK-SUR-MER, France - 08 April 1995 : Boys watch a kite shaped like a condom mounted by two lovers on the beach of Berck-sur-mer. Irregular winds kept the kite grounded, but it will be launched at the ninth international kite meetin



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 OKLAHOMA CITY - 19 April 1995 : The north side of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City stands devastated by a car bomb. Nearly 170 people died in the explosion which authorities linked to white right-wing terrorism. [au



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 PERRY, OK, USA - 21 April 1995 : Tim McVeigh, 27, is led from the Noble County Courthouse by FBI agents after being charged with involvement in the 19 April bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The FBI was also questionin



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 MOSCOW - 09 May 1995 : Russian World War veterans celebrate the 50th anniversary of the victory of Allied troops over Nazi Germany in front of the Bolshoi theater in Moscow. [auteur : Yuri KABODNOV]



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BJELOVAR, Croatia - 12 May 1995 : One of about 300 Serb war prisoners stands in the Bjelovar gymnasium, some 100 kilometers East of Zagreb, after being captured eight days earlier in the Croatian Army operation to recapture rebel-occu



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 KIKWIT, Zaire - 14 May 1995 : Zairian relatives of patients affected by the deadly Ebola virus wait for news outside the hospital of the city of Kikwit, 530 kilometers (320 miles) southeast of the Zairian capital Kinshasa. The epidemi



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 NEFTEGORSK, Russian Federation - 31 May 1995 : Rescue workers carry a three-year-old boy, pulled alive from the ruins in Neftegorsk, Sakhalin island. Nearly 2,000 people were buried under apartment blocks which collapsed when an earth



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 NAPLES, Italy - 01 June 1995 : An F18 " Hornet + jetfighter loaded with missiles is positioned for take off from the US aircraft cattier Theodore Roosevelt in the Adriatic sea. NATO forces deployed 200 aircraft in the region to back u



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 HALIFAX, Canada - 16 June 1995 : The leaders of the G7 countries huddle around French President Jacques Chirac (C) prior to a photo opportunity near Halifax harbour. Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama (3rd L), Canadian Prime Mi



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 HALIFAX, Canada - 17 June 1995 : President Boris Yeltsin answers a reporter's question during a bilateral meeting with US President Bill Clinton after the G7 Economic Conference in Halifax. The war in Bosnia preoccupied the leaders on



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BUDENOVSK, Russia - 18 June 1995 : Chechen rebel leader Shamil Basayev (L) walks through the hospital of the southern-Russian town of Bederovsk where he and some 70 other fighters hold around 1,500 hostages. The Chechens had attacked



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 LOS ANGELES - 21 June 1995 : At the prosecution's request, O.J. Simpson puts on a new pair of " extra-large + size gloves identical to those in evidence, before the jury in his double murder trial in Los Angeles. Two blood-soaked glov



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 SARAJEVO - 23 June 1995 : A woman tends a vegetablegarden in the center of Sarajevo, where humanitarian-aid supplies were again cut off by Serbs. Serb strangulation of the Bosnian capital tightened through the month, leading to the de



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 KENNEDY SPACE CENTER - 29 June 1995 : Russian MIR- 18 Flight Engineer Gennadiy Strekalov (C) embraces US Space Shuttle Atlantis Mission Specialist Bonnie Dunbar in the core module of the Russian Space Station as MIR-19 Commander Anato



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 SARAJEVO - 12 July 1995 : A Bosnian child wearing a boot and a shoe crosses a street of Sarajevo under the protection of a UN armored personal carrier. Serb snipers killed 1,600 children in three years in the Bosnian capital. [auteur



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 RANGOON, Burma - 14 July 1995 : Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi (C), addresses hundreds of anxious Burmese supporters from the main gate of her lakeside family compound in Rangoon. It was her fourth day of freedom after nearly six yea



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 PESSAC, France - 20 July 1995 : Jean Ducuing, director of the Pessac Zoo, near Bordeaux, takes a cooling bath with his 15-year-old daughter, Cindy, and his 19-year-old hippopotamus, Comyr, as temperatures soared to a record 40 degrees



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 MONT IGMAN, Boznie-Hertzegovine - 25 July 1995: A Bosnian peasant watches a French AMX 10 RC tank of the Rapid Reaction Force roll by, near Tarcin, on its way to Mount Igman. The Franco-British Rapid Reaction Force deployed on Mount I



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BROOKLYN - 27 July 1995 : Dr. Jeffery Friedman of the Rockefeller University Hospital in New-York holds a test-tube containing the fat reducing protein leptin. Friedman discovered the gene called obese (ob) and conducted tests to veri



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BEIT EL, West Bank - 01 August 1995 : Jewish settlers are forcibly removed by Israel police from a West Bank hill-top near the Jewish settlement Beit El, overlooking Ramallah, where they started to build an illegal colony in their cam



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 HIROSHIMA, Japan - 06 August 1995 : Some 1,000 demonstrators protest against nuclear weapons at the Atomic Dome as more than 20,000 people participated in the Peace Memorial ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of the bombing o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 HUNTSVILLE, USA - 21 August 1995 : Prisoners at the Limestone County Correctional Facility walk in chains to their work detail of crushing rocks outside the prison near Huntsville, Alabama. Alabama state Prison Commissioner Ron Jones



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 GOMA, Zaire - 23 August 1995 : A Zairian soldier carries the boots he took from a Hutu refugee being forcibly repatriated. Some 85,000 Hutus, most of them members of the defeated Hutu army and Interahamwe militias who carried out the



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 TALAS, Kyrgyzstan - 30 August 1995 : A hunting eagle shields his master from the sun during a ceremonial hunt on the l00th anniversary of the national historical Manas Epic, a million-line oral poem. Central Asians have hunted with tr



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 MURUROA, France - 31 August 1995 : The French frigate Vendemiaire (C) shadows the ecologist organisation Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior (R) and Greenpeace (L) and the Cook Islands schooner Kaitoa at the edge of the exclusion zone declar



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 HUAIROU, China - 01 September 1995 : Tibetan women stand in a circle with their mouths gagged as a crowd of delegates to the Women's NGO Forum voice support in a protest to mark the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese-cont



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 NEW YORK - 08 September 1995 : Singer Michael Jackson and guitarist Slash of " Guns and Roses + perform the opening number in the 1995 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. Jackson and his sister, Janet



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 SARAJEVO - 21 September 1995 : A Sarajevan man gathers his thoughts and draws on his cigar in the suburb of Dobrinja, sheltering by precaution in the carcass of a bus turned sniper barricade. The Bosnian capital was calm with NATO and



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 WASHINGTON- 28 September 1995 : US President Bill Clinton (C) accompanies (R-L) King Hussein of Jordan, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak through the Great Hall at th



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 FANGATUFA - 01 October 1995 : The second French nuclear test sends a shockwave through Fangatufa Atoll in the South Pacific at 23.30 GMT on 01 October. The French Defense Ministry said the energy yield from the blast, the second in a



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BALTIMORE, USA - 08 October 1995 : the shadow of his crosier falls on Pope John Paul II's face during an outdoor mass at Baltimore's Camden Yards. Baltimore is the last stop on the Pope's visit to the United States where pro-life act



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 LONDON - 13 October 1995 : Joseph Rotblat, the winner of the Nobel 1995 Peace Prize, describes to newsmen his amazement, on being informed that he was to be awarded the accolade for his work against nuclear armaments. Rotblat is the f



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 WASHINGTON - 16 October 1995 : Thousands of people fill the Mall in front of the US Capitol during the " Million Man March + in Washington. The march, called by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, is intended as a day for black m



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 PARIS - 24 October 1995 : American actress Sharon Stone strikes a pose with two Marines Corps at the US embassy in Paris during a gala dinner after she was named to the Knights of Arts and Letters by French Culture minister Philippe D



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 UNITED NATIONS, USA - 22 October 1995 : Leaders from 140 countries pose for a group photo before the start of the United Nations General Assembly special session marking the 50th anniversary of the world organisation. [auteur : AFP]



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 UNITED NATIONS, USA - 22 October 1995 : The United Nations Secretariat building lights up in anticipation of its Fiftieth Anniversary in 1995. A wide variety of special events and activities were planned over the coming twelve months



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 WASHINGTON - 25 October 1995 : US President Bill Clinton applaudes while listening to Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin speak at a State Department dinner in Washington. Rabin celebrated the 3000th anniversary of the founding of Je



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 PASADENA, USA - 26 October 1995 : This undated computer generated image distributed by NASA shows the spacecraft Ulysses near the Sun. The first spacecraft to explore the Space over the poles of the Sun, Ulysses revealed two clearly s



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 TEL AVIV, Israel - 04 November 1995 : Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Foreign Minister Shimon Peres salute a crowd of 100,000 Israelis gathered at a " Yes to Peace + rally in Tel Aviv. An hour and a half later, Rabin was slai



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 JERUSALEM - 06 November 1995 : An Arab weeps before a portrait of Israel's assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin shortly before the funeral of the Israeli leader in Jerusalem. Rabin was slain by a Jewish right-wing extremist, but



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 JERUSALEM - 06 November 1995 : Israeli army rabbis lower Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's coffin into a grave at the Jerusalem Mount Herzl military cemetery. Thousands of people attended the funeral, including about 70 heads of state fr



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 JERUSALEM - 06 November 1995 : The widow of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Leah (L), and her granddaughter, Noah Ben Artzi, grieve over the tomb of the Israeli leader during his funeral at the Jerusalem Mount Herzl cemetery. Ra



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 BOMBAY, India - 17 August 1995 : The hand of a sadhu, or holy beggar, protrudes from a burrow, asking for alms on a beach in Central Bombay. Traditionally sadhus have been revered in India as holy men who have given up all worldly wan



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 03 January 1995 : French President François Mitterrand reviews the Republican Guard at the Elysee Palace before receiving the government's New Year's wishes. Mitterrand, who was ailing, began the last calendar year o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE VALLON-PONT D'ARC, France - 19 January 1995 : Painted Stone Age animals cover the wall of a cave in the Ardeche, southern France. Experts said the 300 paintings and another 300 engravings discovered last December, were more i



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE MOSCOW - 20 January 1995 : Russian President Boris Yeltsin drinks during a state awards ceremony in The Kremlin for Russian artists, officers, sportsmen and scientists. Yeltsin told the gathering that " the army has finished



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PORT LAUNAY, France - 27 January 1995 : Two men carry a woman in a rowboat in Port-Launay, Brittany, western France as large parts of northwestern Europe were flooded again on Friday when rivers rose under the pressure of rec



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE MOSCOW - 01 February 1995 : An officer inspects a cadet before the opening of the " Russian Congress + in Moscow. Cadets were invited as guests to this meeting in which different political movements participate under the patr



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 26 February 1995 : The neo-gaulist French presidential candidate, Jacques Chirac, mayor of Paris, campaigns at the Agricultural Salon in Paris. Marking French farmer'opposition to Common Market policies, Chirac spent



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE COPENHAGEN, Denmark - 09 March 1995 : A mother pushes a pram past a sculpture at Copenhagen's City Hall (background), representing the world disgorging the refuse of the Consumers' Society. The world summit on social developm



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE SEVERODVINSK, Russian Federation - 31 March 1995 : Workers strip nuclear submarine at the military shipgard " Zvezda + (Star) at this White Sea city. While the dismantling of nuclear submarines was being carried out in accord



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE FOGO ISLAND, Cape Verde - 06 April 1995 : Ash smoke and glowing lava erupt from the volcano on Fogo Island clothe former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde in Africa. The 01 April eruption destroyed a village but no casualties w



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE ST. PETERSBURG, Russian Federation - 14 April 1995 : Two homeless boys light up as they stroll the streets of St. Petersburg. Some 20,000 homeless children reportedly live in the city with only a few social organisations to c



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE GROZNY, Chechnya - 12 May 1995: A local commuter rides past a destroyed Russian SU-25 fighter plane on the road between Grozny and Argun 10 May. As their guns pounded Chechen rebel positions, Russian military officials warned



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 13 May 1995 : French President-elected Jacques Chirac (L) chats with President François Mitterrand at the Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris before the final match of the French Soccer Cup, pitting Paris Saint-Germain



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 17 May 1995 : French President-elected Jacques Chirac waves to the crowd as his open-topped car slowly makes its way up the Champs-Elysees under motorcycle escort. Chirac was mobbed by hundreds of people Wednesday aft



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE CANNES - 28 May 1995 : American movie star Sharon Stone congratulates Bosnian-Serb filmmaker Emir Kusturica after he won the Golden Palm for his movie " Underground + at the Cannes International Film Festival. Partly financed



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 09 June 1995 : French President Jacques Chirac (C), flanked by British Prime Minister John Major (L) and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (R) poses with other European leaders at the Elysee Presidential palace before a d



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE BRENT SPAR, North Sea - 16 June 1995 : Water canons bombard Greenpeace activists aboard the Brent Spar oil platform in the North Sea. Shell Oil ceded to public pressure, stoked by the environmentalists, and cancelled plans to



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE MOSCOW - 21 June 1995 : Egged on by Vladimir Zhirinovsky (L), Russian deputy Vyacheslav Marichev, dressed as Chechen fighter Shamil Basayev, points a toy gun, as other deputies of the Duma debate and pass a no-confidence vote



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 26 June 1995 : Visitors view Gustave Courbet's " L'Origine du monde + (The Origin of the World), exhibited for the first time at the Orsay Museum in Paris. The l866 realist painting, commissioned by the Ottoman ambass



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE KIEV, Ukraine - 26 June 1995 : A beggar leans on a crutch in dowtown Kiev, observed by a pigeon. Five years after the collapse of communism, millions of Russians struggled for survival in the tree-market economy. [auteur : Se



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE PARIS - 25 July 1995 : Firemen carry an injured Metro bomb victim to a waiting helicopter on the forecourt of Notre-Dame cathedral. A nationwide security alert failed to halt further terrorist attacks, blamed officially on Al



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE SARA]EVO - 26 July 1995 : Women, children and wounded evacuees wait in a bus to be driven by Bosnian Serbs without UN escort from the fallen enclave of Zepa to a front-line crossing point close to the government held town of



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE MOSCOW - 08 August 1995 : Russian businessmen and bankers carry the coffin of colleague Ivan Kivelidi at Vagankovskoye cemetery in Moscow. Kivelidi, 46, a prominent banker with far-reaching influence in both political and bus



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE FILES - 13 August 1995 : This photograph of five kidnapped western hostages was released by their Moslem-mi1itant abductors in the Cashmere capital, Srinagar, on 12 July. In a statement accompanying the photo, the kidnappers



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE GROZNY, Russian Federation - 06 September 1995 : A Chechen waves the national colors from the roof of the destroyed presidential palace as thousands of Chechens demonstrate during celebrations of the fourth anniversary of the



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE KIEV, Ukraine - 14 September 1995 : Members of the Ukrainian National Guard's brass band entertain spectators at a soccer match. The service's officers take such jobs to supplement a salary of about 100 a month, five years a



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE NIMES, France - 16 September 1995 : Twelve-year-old Spanish novillero El Juli executes a passe à la muleta in the Nimes arena during the second day of the grape-harvest Feria. [auteur : Andre DURAND]



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE NAIROBI, Kenya - 19 September 1995 : Scores of patens are laid out on a giant table in front of guest clerics prior to an open-air mass celebrated by Pope John Paul II in Nairobi's Uhuru (Freedom) Park. More than half a milli



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE MORONI, Comoros - 04 October 1995 : French mercenary Bob Denard (R) and rebel Captain Ayouba Combo speak to reporters after French troops mounted an operation to end a rebellion led by mercenaries against the Comorian governm



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE ARLES, France - l8 October 1995 : The world's most senior citizen, French woman Jeanne Calment, gets a kiss from two young visitors in her retirement home as she shows a certificate from the Guiness Book of Records declaring



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE WARSAW, Poland - 19 November 1995 : Poland's outgoing President Lech Walesa reacts to a journalists' question about the first exit polls during a statement at the presidential palace. Walesa was just ahead in the second round



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - EUROPE WARSAW, Poland - 10 November 1995 : Former communist Aleksander Kwasniewski and his wife acknowledge the applause by supporters in his headquarters in the Polish capital. Kwasniewski pulled ahead of outgoing President Lech Wa



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE WARCQ, Ardennes - 27 janvier 1995 : Vue aérienne village de Warcq qui est totalement inondé à la suite des fortes intempéries qui ont touché l'Est de la France. [auteur : Franck FIFE]



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE VALENCIENNES, Nord - 13 mars 1995 : L'ancien président de l'Olympique de Marseille Bernard Tapie est protégé par des policiers à la sortie de la première audience du procès de l'affaire VA-OM alors que des curieux l



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 20 avril 1995 : Le président François Mitterrand (C arrière plan), son épouse Danielle (D) et le président polonais Lech Walesa (2eD), suivent les cercueils de Marie et Pierre Curie portés par des gardes ré



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 07 mai 1995 : Jacques Chirac, qui vient d'être élu Président de la République, et sa femme Bernadette saluent les supporters du haut du balcon des bureaux de son comité de campagne à la suite de la défaite



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 20 mai 1995 : Le Premier ministre Alain Juppé (Centre) est entouré de plusieurs des femmes de son gouvernement, à l'issue du premier Conseil des ministres du septennat de Jacques Chirac. De G à D au 1er rang :



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE TOULON, Var - 25 juin 1995 : Jean-Marie Le Chevallier, candidat du Front National et vainqueur des élections municipales, fait le signe de la victoire après avoir été élu maire de Toulon à l'issue du premier conseil



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE CAUTERETS, Hautes-Pyrénées - l8 juillet 1995 : Le docteur Gérard Porte donne les premiers soins à l'italien Fabio Casartelli, de l'équipe américaine Motorola, qui gît inconscient sur le sol après avoir fait une ma



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 25 juillet 1995 : Des sapeurs-pompiers recueillent les identités et témoignages de personnes blessées dans l'explosion qui s'est produite à la station RER Saint-Michel. Selon un dernier bilan, l'attentat aurai



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 01 septembre 1995 : Un militant de Greenpeace, revêtu d'un masque à gaz, se tient devant des CRS, les bras croisés, sur le pont Alexandre III à Paris, lors de la manifestation de plusieurs centaines de militan



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PAPEETE, Polynésie Française - 06 juin 1995 : Un gendarme mobile, jeté à terre, se protège le visage avec ses mains alors que des manifestants le frappent à coups de pied lors du blocage de l'aéroport de Papeete pa



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE CUERS, Var - 24 septembre 1995 : Des gendarmes recouvrent le corps d'une personne qui a été abattue dans le village de Cuers, près de Toulon, par un jeune forcené, âgé de 16 ans, qui s'est donné la mort après avoi



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE ARCHIVES - 27 septembre 1995 : Photo non datée des pilotes français, le Capitaine Frédéric Chiffot (Haut), 29 ans, et le Lieutenant José Souvignet, 28 ans, dont le mirage a été abattu par un missile près de Pale e



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE VAULX-EN-VELIN, Rhône - 01 octobre 1995 : Des pompiers tentent d'éteindre le feu d'une des sept voitures incendiées par des groupes de jeunes dans le quartier de la Grappinière à Vaulx-en-Velin d'où était originair



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 17 octobre 1995 : Des policiers en civil gardent la rame du RER C, dans laquelle a eu lieu l'attentat à l'explosif entre les stations Musée d'Orsay et Saint-Michel, après qu'elle ait été conduite dans les ate



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 17 octobre 1995 : Une victime est secourue par des pompiers après le nouvel attentat à l'explosif qui a fait 24 blessés dont 6 très graves sur la ligne RER C, entre les stations Musée d'Orsay et Saint-Michel.



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Titre(s) : RETROSPECTIVE 1995 - FRANCE PARIS - 09 novembre 1995 : Vue aérienne de la gigantesque Croix de Lorraine lumineuse formée par 800 soldats devant l'Hôtel des Invalides, lors de la " Commémoration du 25ème anniversaire de la mort du Général de G



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA AGUASCALENTES, CHIAPAS, Mexico - 01 January 1995 : Zapatista Rebel Mayor Moses, accompanied by Commandant " Tacho +, addresses troops in Aguascalentes, celebrating the first anniversary of the Chiapas uprising agai



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA MEXICO CITY - 09 January 1995 : A man checks the international exchange rates for the Mexican peso at a bank in Mexico City. The US Federal Reserve Bank intervened twice 09 January to buy the peso on behalf of the



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA SYDNEY, Australia - 19 January 1995 : Pope John Paul II yawns during the beatification of Mother Mary MacKillop in Sydney at the climax of his two-day Australian visit Some 200,000 faithful attended the ceremony an



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA NEW YORK - 14 February 1995 : Cheryl Minikes and Matthew Mandell, both 22, from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, take the ultimate Valentine's Day plunge by getting married in a bathtub of hot chocolate at a boutique in N



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA GUALAQUIZA, Ecuador - 14 February 1995 : Ecuadorian soldiers cheer at the military post of Condor Mirador, close to the Peruvian border, after a cease-fire was to have come into force in the flare-up of the countri



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA INDIAN WELLS, USA - 15 February 1995 : US President Bill Clinton (L) and former President Gerald Ford react as Ford's drive hits a golfcart 50 feet away. Clinton, Ford and former President Georges Bush played a rou



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA SAN CRISTOBAL, Mexico - 19 February 1995 : Supporters of San Cristobal Archbishop Samuel Razz shield themselves from stones hurled by right-wing protesters outside the cathedral of San Cristobal as some 500 members



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA LIMA, Peru - 05 April 1995 : Apolinario Condoni, 43, lies buried to his neck in a plaza in Lima to protest the alleged embezzlement of his savings by Carlos Mannique, director of a Peruvian financial office. Manniq



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA LIMA, Peru - 05 April 1995 : Peruvian dancer-actress Susy Diaz (C) and two campaign workers, Belgica Rodas (L) and Iris Loza, flash Diza's electoral list number, 13, during a rally in downtown Lima before the count



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA LIMA, Peru -09 April 1995 : Reporters scramble as Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori (R) holds up an ink-marked finger after casting his ballot at a polling station in Lima during the country's general elections.



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA TOPEKA, USA - 10 April 1995 : US Sen. Robert Dole (L), flanked by his wife Elizabeth, gives a thumbs-up sign to supporters before announcing his third bid for the Republican Party's presidential nomination in Topek



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA OKLAHOMA CITY, USA - 25 April 1995 : Edye and Tony Smith attend a burial ceremony at Rose Hill cemetery for their two sons, Chase, age 3, and Colton, age 2, who were killed in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Fe



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA MEXICO - 01 May 1995 : Protesters throw rocks and bottles at police during a May Day demonstration in Mexico City. Ten of thousands of Mexicans demonstrated against the government's economic policies, for the relea



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA MOSCOW - 11 May 1995 : US President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton enjoy a Coke during their visit to the Moscow Coca-Cola factory, guided by Michael O'Neill (L), head of the Coca-Cola business in Russia. [auteur



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - 15 May 1995 : Newly re-elected Argentinian President CarIos Menem, his daughter, Zulema, and Economics Minister Domingo Cavallo (C) hear the announcement of his victory at the State House.



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA OKLAHOMA CITY, USA - 23 May 1995 : The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building implodes 23 May in Oklahoma City as charges of dynamite brought the building down in about five seconds. An apparent domestic terrorist bomb



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA COLORADO SPRINGS, USA - 31 May 1995 : The US Air Force Thunderbirds perform a flyover as US Air Force Academy cadets toss their hats into the air at the close of graduation ceremonies. US President Bill Clinton spo



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA AVIANO, Italy - 09 June 1995 : US pilot Captain Scott O'Grady waves to the crowd upon arrival at the NATO Aviano air base after escue from Bosnian Serb occupied territory 08 June. His FI6 combat plane was shot down



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA LAKE FOREST, USA - 13 June 1995 : Murder victim Brown Simpson's mother Juditha (L), and sisters Denise (R) and Tanya (C) stand at her grave in Lake Forest, California, on the first anniversary of her slaying whith



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA CAP HAITIEN, Haiti - 26 July 1995 : A woman in trance holds a live chicken in her mouth while bathing in a pool of mud during a voodoo ceremony in Cap Haitien, 250 kilometers north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The rit



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA BRONX USA - 03 August 1995 : A girl cools in the spray from an open fire hydrant in the South Bronx as temperatures reached 90 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius) with humidity over 70 per cent, in the latest b



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA BOGOTA, Colombia - 06 August 1995 : Miguel Rodriguez Orejuela, considered the kingpin of the Cali drug cartel by Colombian authorities, is presented to the press in Bogota after capture at a residence in Cali. Rodr



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA PARIS - 11 October 1995 : Former US Army Chief-of-Staff General Colin Powell holds a press conference to promote his autobiography which has topped best-seller lists in the United States. Powell said earlier that h



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA WASHINGTON - 16 October 1995 : A man raises his fists as he listens to a speech by black Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan at the Million Man March near the US Capitol in Washington. The controversial Farrakha



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA SAN CRISTOBAL, Mexico - 19 October 1995 : Zapatista National Liberation Army Comandant Tacho (C) examines a document with other members of The Zapatista delegation at peace talks held in San Cristobal de las Casas



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA MONTREAL - 27 October 1995 : Thousands of Canadians rally in Montreal against Quebec's secession from Canada. The referendum narrowly failed to give French speaking Quebec its independence. [auteur : André PICHETT



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - USA LATIN AMERICA MONTREAL - 30 October 1995 : A man wipes away tears as the results of the referendum on Quebec's independence come in at the Yes Party Headquarters in Montreal. Voters in the French speaking province narrowly rejec



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST BEIJING, China - 05 January l995 : Two soldiers, one dressed as an imperial guard, grin during a souvenir photo session inside the Forbidden City. Besides the mandatory snapshot in front of Mao's portrait above the Tiananme



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST HONG KONG - 09 January 1995 : Chief Justice, Sir Ti Liang Yang (5TH R. front row), the highest-ranking Hong Kong Chinese official of the local judiciary body, listens to the ceremonial opening speech of the 1995 Legal Year.



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST MANILA, Philippines - 13 January 1995 : Pope John Paul II waves to the public from within the popemobile as he makes his way through a huge crowd towards the Malacanang Palace in central Manila. The Pope, on the first full



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST PYONGYANG, North Korea - 07 February 1995 : Pedestrians walk past propaganda posters 27 January in Central Pyongyang. The Central People's Committee proclaimed 16 February " the greatest holiday for people + to celebrate Ko



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST KEELUNG, Taiwan - 12 February 1995 : Residents of Keelung, north of Taipei, launch a temple-shaped paper lantern in the sea in a traditional Taoist ritual seeking protection for fishermen from deities and ghosts. [auteur :



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST MAE SOT, Thailand - 16 February 1995 : A young Burmese woman carries bricks for drying at a brickyard in this Northwest Thai city. The Burmese must cross the Moei River into Thailand to seek work. [auteur : Kultida PIRIYAPH



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST CHARASYAB, Afghanistan - 18 February 1995 : Taliban Islamic militants ride to the front on a tank captured from the Hezb-i-Islami faction at Charasyab, 25 kilometers from Kabul. The Talibans, a student-led Islamic force bas



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST KOBE, Japan - 02 March 1995 : The fire-ravaged center of the port city of Kobe is seen after being hit by a moderate quake measuring 3.7 on the Richter scale, apparently causing no damage or victims. The 17 January earthqua



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST DEMRA, Bangladesh - 04 March 1995 : Children, some only eight years old, break boulders for construction on the banks of Shitalakkyina river in this town east of the capital Dhaka. Children under 14 constitute 12 per cent o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST BEIJING, China - 11 March 1995: US Trade Representative Mickey Kantor (L) and Chinese Foreign Trade Minister Wu Yi shake hands to applause from American and Chinese businessmen and officials after they signed an agreement o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EASTBEIJING, China - I8 March 1995: National People's Congress delegate Zhang Zhailin (R), who bears a striking resemblance to Mao Zedong, the founder of Communist China, chats with fellow delegates as they wait in the main audi



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST KAMIKUISHIKI, Japan - 24 March 1995: A member of the doomsday cult, the Aum Supreme Truth, passes riot police during their inspection at a cult commune (L) in Kamikuishiki, 100 km west of Tokyo. [auteur : Yoshikazu TSUNO]



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST OVER THE SPRATLY ISLANDS, Philippines - 07 April 1995: China's flag flies over structures built on stilts on the Manila-claimed Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. AFP journalists were able to fly o



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST MANILA, Philippines - 13 May 1995: Former first lady Imelda Marcos shows papers allegedly proving that she is qualified to be proclaimed winner of the congressional election for her home province of Leyte. Marcos charged th



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST JAKARTA, Indonesia - 19 May 1995 : Youths scramble as the army truck in which they were riding overturns. More than 100 supporters of the Persebaya team in Surabaya, East Java, were being given a free ride home in the milit



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST ZHUHAI, China - 30 May 1995 : Chinese Prime Minister Li Peng holds up the scissors after cutting the ribbon to inaugurate China's newest airport at Zhuhai. The 500 million US dollar facility, which borders the Portuguese en



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST SEOUL, South Korea - 29 June 1995 : The shell of the Sampoong department store imprisons scores of rush-hour shoppers and staff under debris after what initial reports said was a gas explosion. Dozens died and more than 700



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST SEOUL, South Korea - 29 June 1995 : South Korean rescue workers carry a young woman from a collapsed building in Seoul. Scores of people were trapped under debris after a gas explosion brought down the five-floor structure.



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST BOMBAY, India - 20 March 1995 : Shiv Sena party supreme Bal Thackeray, his forehead and face coloured with pink powder for the Hindu religious festival Holi, listens to a reporter's question during an interview at Thackeray



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Titre(s) : YEARENDER 1995 - FAR EAST RANGOON, Burma - 19 July 1995 : Democratic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, followed by aide, arrives to lay a bouquet of flowers on the



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