Reuters: Prince Aga Khan and Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho

Prince Aga Khan and Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho listen to Portugal's Foreign Minister Rui Machete in Lisbon
Prince Aga Khan (L) and Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho listen to Portugal’s Foreign Minister Rui Machete (not pictured), during a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal June 3, 2015. The Aga Khan meets with Portuguese Prime Minister to sign an agreement to establish Imamat Ismaili’s global headquarter in Portugal. The Aga Khan is spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
Prince Aga Khan listens to Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon
Prince Aga Khan listens to Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal June 3, 2015. The Aga Khan meets with Portuguese Prime Minister to sign an agreement to establish Imamat Ismaili’s global headquarter in Portugal. The Aga Khan is spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
Prince Aga Khan applauds to Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon
Prince Aga Khan applauds to Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal June 3, 2015. The Aga Khan meets with Portuguese Prime Minister to sign an agreement to establish Imamat Ismaili’s global headquarter in Portugal. The Aga Khan is spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
Prince Aga Khan shakes hands with Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon
Prince Aga Khan shakes hands with Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho during a meeting in Lisbon, Portugal June 3, 2015. The Aga Khan meets with Portuguese Prime Minister to sign an agreement to establish Imamat Ismaili’s global headquarter in Portugal. The Aga Khan is spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante

 

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