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2004-03-31 reuters

2004-03-31 reuters

The Aga Khan, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, special representative of the Prime Minister of Japan Sadako Ogata, German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (LtoR) pose for a family picture during a break at the conference of international donors for Afghanistan in Berlin March 31, 2004. Afghan President Hamid Karzai urged international donors not to let Afghanistan revert to a "haven for drugs and terrorists" at the start of a conference on Wednesday at which it is seeking over $27 billion in aid.

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REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

2005-10-03 akdn3tn

2005-10-03 akdn3tn
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Heritage Society Collection

2005-10-03 reut1

2005-10-03 reut1

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev (C) and former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl (R) wave after a tree planting ceremony as Aga Khan (L) and Sir Timothy Berners-Lee look on during the festivities marking the 15th anniversary of the formal re-unification of Germany in Potsdam, south of Berlin October 3, 2005.

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REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

2005-10-03 nationquadriga

2005-10-03 nationquadriga

President Benjamin Mkapa and his wife Anna chat with His Royal Highness the Aga Khan in Berlin, Germany. Mkapa was one of the speakers during a ceremony in which the Aga Khan and other distinguished personalities received Die Quadriga awards in recognition of their achievements in varous socio-scientific fields.

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Nation

2005-10-03 akdn1

2005-10-03 akdn1

Left to right – Dr Helmut Kohl, former German Chancellor; Mikhail Gorbatschev, former President of the USSR; His Highness; William Benjamin Mkapa, President of the Republic of Tanzania.

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AKDN

2005-10-03 yah3

2005-10-03 yah3

The Aga Khan, right, receives from Afghan President Hamid Karzai the Quadriga award in Berlin on Monday, Oct. 3, 2005. The award is bestowed every year on 3rd October in Berlin to four personalities of the political, economic, social and cultural life, who point the way to the future for enlightenment, regeneration and pioneering spirit through their commitment. Karzai described The Aga Khan as 'an esteemed ambassador between cultures' and 'one of the most renowned personalities of our time.'

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AP Photo/Herbert Knosowski
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President Hamid Karzai

2005-10-03 ap1

2005-10-03 ap1

The Aga Khan, Timothy Berners-Lee, the former Soviet Union leader Michael Gorbachev and former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, from left, pose for media after they plant cherry trees in the garden of Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam on Monday, Oct. 3, 2005 prior to the awarding ceremony of the Quadriga awards in Berlin. 'Quadriga' honors people for cultural, political and social engagement.

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AP Photo/Markus Schreiber

2005-10-21 ap

2005-10-21 ap

2005, October 21: German development minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, left, welcomes the Aga Khan, right, spiritual leader of world's Ismailis, prior to their talks in Berlin Friday, Oct. 21, 2005.

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AP

2005-10-03 akdn3

2005-10-03 akdn3

His Highness with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the internet and Director of the World Wide Web Consortium.

Source: 
AKDN

2005-10-03 yah1

2005-10-03 yah1

Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) presents 'United We Care' award to Aga Khan during a ceremony in Berlin October 3, 2005. The award goes to individuals German group, Quadriga, judges to have made an outstanding contribution to their communities.

Source: 
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
person_place_reference: 
President Hamid Karzai

2005-10-03 akdn5

2005-10-03 akdn5

H.E. Hamid Karzai bestows Die Quadriga Award to His Highness.

Source: 
AKDN
person_place_reference: 
President Hamid Karzai

2005-10-03 yah2

2005-10-03 yah2

Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) presents 'United We Care' award to Aga Khan during a ceremony in Berlin October 3, 2005. The award goes to individuals German group, Quadriga, judges to have made an outstanding contribution to their communities.

Source: 
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
person_place_reference: 
President Hamid Karzai

2005-10-03 akdn4

2005-10-03 akdn4

Arriving for Die Quadriga Award Ceremony at the Komische Oper with H.E. Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan, and H.E. William Mkapa, President of Tanzania.

Source: 
AP
person_place_reference: 
President Hamid Karzai

2005-10-03 akdn2

2005-10-03 akdn2

His Highness planting a cherry tree in the park of the Castle Sanssouci in Potsdam, for the “Growing Together” campaign - a part of the official celebrations for the 15th anniversary of German Reunification.

Source: 
AP

2006-10-04-quadriga02

2006-10-04-quadriga02

October 3, 2006 Berlin, Germany: Participants and winners of the 'Die Quadriga' award pose for a picture before the awarding ceremony in Berlin October 3, 2006. The 'Die Quadriga' awards are presented every year on the day of German Unification to honour personalities from the political, economic and cultural dimensions of life who have shown vision, courage and responsibility.

Source: 
REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

2006-05-20 tutzing13

2006-05-20 tutzing13
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2006-05-20 tutzing7

2006-05-20 tutzing7
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2006-05-20 tutzing14

2006-05-20 tutzing14
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2006-05-20 tutzing15

2006-05-20 tutzing15
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2006-05-20 tutzing12

2006-05-20 tutzing12
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection


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