Posted: 1/6/2003 2:12:21 PM EDT
Motor Trend magazine named the MINI Cooper Car of the Year during press preview days at the North American International Auto Show, January 5, 2003. While the MINI, owned by Germany's BMW, took the award for top car of the year, Volvo's XC90 heavy-weight sport-utility vehicle scooped the Truck of the Year award. REUTERS/Tracy Baker
Reverand Dorian Baxter strikes an Elvis pose as he sings a gospel song during a service at the Royal Canadian Legion in Newmarket, Ontario Sunday Jan. 5, 2003. In the Christ the King Graceland Independent Anglican Church of Canada, ``Rockin' Reverend'' Dorian Baxter who is equal parts entertainer, activist and preacher, who also goes by Elvis Priestley - does it his way, singing Elvis favorites with a Christian twist.(AP Photo/Kevin Frayer,CP)
The new Illinois state quarter unveiled Monday, Jan. 6, 2003, in Chicago is seen in a handout from the United State Mint. The design by Chicago artist Thom Cicchelli was selected from more than 6,000 admissions. The quarter, the 21st issue in the U.S. Mint's 50 State Quarter Program, depicts Abraham Lincoln within the outline of the state, a farm scene and the Chicago skyline on the reverse of the coin. (AP Photo/United State Mint)
An Orthodox priest covers his ear while an unidentified man shoots in the air during the celebrations of the Orthodox Christmas Eve in front of a monastery in Montenegrin town of Cetinje on January 6, 2003. Orthodox Serbs celebrate Christmas Day on January 7 according to the Julian calendar. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld listens to President George W. Bush during a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House, January 6, 2003. The Bush administration is putting together a plan for a post-Saddam Hussein Iraq that would involve an extended American military presence and use of oil revenues to feed the Iraqi people, U.S. officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Larry Downing
Is that a Sig copy in that Serbs hand?