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loulou picasso (1059 articles)

loulou picasso , 31 mai 2005


Hariri


Saad Hariri, left, son of Lebanon's slain former Premier Rafik Hariri, hugs his weeping aunt Bahia , minutes after celebrating his electoral victory in his palace in Beirut, Sunday, May 29, 2005. The party led by Saad Hariri was celebrating what they claimed was a victory Sunday night, after his Future TV station reported the campaign had declared a clean sweep of the 19 seats allocated to Beirut in the Lebanese parliament.

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loulou picasso , 31 mai 2005


Contestant


Miss Universe 2005 contestant Irma Dimas of El Salvador models her swim wear during a dress rehearsal in preparation for the pageant in Bangkok, May 30, 2005. The Miss Universe 2005 pageant will take place in Bangkok on May 31, 2005.




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loulou picasso , 31 mai 2005


Danica


Danica Patrick removes her helmet after finishing fourth in the 89th running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 29, 2005, in Indianapolis.

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loulou picasso , 31 mai 2005


Shot down


French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin smiles as he leaves the Matignon hotel, the prime minister's offices, after receiving cabinet ministers in Paris Monday. In a stunning rejection of the European Union's latest ambitious move to unite its 25 nations, French voters shot down the bloc's first constitution, dealing a potentially fatal blow to the charter and humiliating President Jacques Chirac. Raffarin is widely seen as the most obvious victim of any cabinet shuffle.




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loulou picasso , 30 mai 2005


Octogenarian
monarch


An unidentified Saudi reads an Arabic-language newspaper bearing the front-page photo of ailing Saudi King Fahd on Saturday, May 28, 2005, aboard a domestic Saudi Arabian airlines flight from Jiddah to Riyadh. The octogenarian monarch was hospitalized in Saudi capital, Riyadh, Friday for medical examinations.




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loulou picasso , 30 mai 2005


I take
note of it


France rejects EU treaty, EU into crisis

France overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's constitution in a referendum on Sunday, plunging the EU into crisis and dealing a potentially fatal blow to a charter designed to make the enlarged bloc run smoothly.

French President Jacques Chirac swiftly conceded defeat in a televised address to the nation as the "No" camp celebrated a crushing victory with about 56 percent of votes on the EU's first constitution, intended to simplify decision-making.

Such a heavy defeat in a country that has been one of the main pillars of the EU reduces the chances of a repeat vote.

"France has expressed itself democratically. You have rejected the European constitution by a majority. It is your sovereign decision and I take note of it," he said.



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