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BRAZIL-POLITICS/
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December 08, 2021 
Demonstrators wearing masks depicting Brazil's lower house Speaker Arthur Lira, throw replicas of U.S.... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest against Arthur Lira and Bolsonaro's Government, in Brasilia 
Demonstrators wearing masks depicting Brazil's lower house Speaker Arthur Lira, throw replicas of U.S. dollars and reais with the images of Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and of Lira in them, during a protest against Lira and Bolsonaro's Government, in front of the official residence of the President of the Chamber of Deputies, in Brasilia, Brazil December 8, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado 
BRAZIL-POLITICS/
RTXLD6IF 
December 08, 2021 
Demonstrators wearing masks depicting Brazil's lower house Speaker Arthur Lira, throw replicas of U.S.... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest against Arthur Lira and Bolsonaro's Government, in Brasilia 
Demonstrators wearing masks depicting Brazil's lower house Speaker Arthur Lira, throw replicas of U.S. dollars and reais with the images of Brazil's Economy Minister Paulo Guedes, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and Lira in them, during a protest against Lira and Bolsonaro's Government, in front of the official residence of the President of the Chamber of Deputies, in Brasilia, Brazil December 8, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado 
BRAZIL-POLITICS/
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June 30, 2021 
Demonstrators throw red paint on replica U.S. dollar bills with an image of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Demonstrators throw red paint on replica U.S. dollar bills with an image of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro during a protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro in Brasilia, Brazil June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-POLITICS/
RTXDU8V5 
June 30, 2021 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro during a protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against him, in front of the National Congress, in Brasilia, Brazil June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado 
BRAZIL-POLITICS/
RTXDU8V0 
June 30, 2021 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro during a protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against him, in front of the National Congress, in Brasilia, Brazil June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado 
BRAZIL-POLITICS/
RTXDU8F2 
June 30, 2021 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro... 
Demonstrators throw replicas of U.S. dollar bills with the face of Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro during a protest after entities and politicians called for impeachment against him, in front of the National Congress, in Brasilia, Brazil June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FLORIDA-SPRING BREAK
RTXA4AXB 
March 06, 2021 
A man throws dollar notes to a performer during spring break festivities, amid the coronavirus disease... 
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES 
Despite COVID risks, spring breakers flock to South Florida 
A man throws dollar notes to a performer during spring break festivities, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Miami Beach, Florida, U.S., March 5, 2021. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
NIGERIA-ECONOMY/Ê
RTSYT1J 
February 15, 2017 
President Muhammadu Buhari hopes to revive the once flourishing textile and leather industries in northern... 
Kaduna, Nigeria 
The Wider Image: Nigeria's struggling textile industry 
President Muhammadu Buhari hopes to revive the once flourishing textile and leather industries in northern Nigeria to end the country's dependence on oil exports and diversify Africa's biggest economy. But a collapse in vital oil revenues has pushed the West African nation into its first recession in 25 years, making it difficult to provide state loans or improve the erratic power supply that has led to closure of most plants. Adding further woes, a central bank decision to keep the naira currency at a high rate versus the dollar has deterred foreign investors fearing to get caught eventually in yet another devaluation. There have been some limited Chinese investments in recent years into what is left of Nigeria's leather and textile industry, but most plants have remained closed since throwing in the towel in the 1980s and 1990s. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "NIGERIA TEXTILE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: NIGERIA-ECONOMY/Ê 
MALAYSIA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX1QCMC 
August 31, 2015 
Performers throw banners in the air during National Day celebrations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
Performers throw banners in the air during National Day celebrations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
Performers throw banners in the air during National Day celebrations in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 31, 2015. Malaysia's Independence Day celebrations took place on Monday, a day after thousands of protesters took part in the second day of a rally organised by pro-democracy group Bersih in Kuala Lumpur calling for electoral reform and Razak's resignation over a multi-million-dollar payment into an account under his name. REUTERS/Olivia Harris 
COLOMBIA-ELECTION/
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March 16, 2014 
Men work on a crop of pineapples in Pradera February 5, 2014. About two hours down winding roads from... 
Pradera, Colombia 
Men work on a crop of pineapples in Pradera 
Men work on a crop of pineapples in Pradera February 5, 2014. About two hours down winding roads from Toribio, sugar cane companies such as Bengala Agricola are waiting for the outcome of the talks before making million-dollar investments to switch to pineapple cultivation. Safety concerns are vital, says Bengala executive Mauricio Lopez, since pineapple requires more on-the-ground management. Picture taken on February 5, 2014. To match Feature COLOMBIA ELECTION/ REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE) 
ARGENTINA/
RTX12ZLB 
August 28, 2013 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where an agreement... 
Neuquen, Argentina 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature in Neuquen 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where an agreement between Argentina's state oil company YPF and Chevron is expected to be approved, in the Patagonian city of Neuquen August 28, 2013. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd who protested against the recent billion-dollar deal between YPF and Chevron, in which the U.S. oil giant was granted exceptions to foreign exchange, export and tax rules to develop Argentina's vast shale oil resources. REUTERS/Yamil Regules (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ARGENTINA/
RTX12ZL9 
August 28, 2013 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where an agreement... 
Neuquen, Argentina 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature in Neuquen 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where an agreement between Argentina's state oil company YPF and Chevron is expected to be approved, in the Patagonian city of Neuquen August 28, 2013. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd who protested against the recent billion-dollar deal between YPF and Chevron, in which the U.S. oil giant was granted exceptions to foreign exchange, export and tax rules to develop Argentina's vast shale oil resources. REUTERS/Yamil Regules (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
ARGENTINA/
RTX12ZKU 
August 28, 2013 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where it is expected... 
Neuquen, Argentina 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where it is expected... 
A demonstrator throws an object at anti-riot police outside the provincial legislature where it is expected that an agreement between Argentina's state oil company YPF and Chevron to be approved, in the Patagonian city of Neuquen August 28, 2013. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd who protested against the recent billion-dollar deal between YPF and Chevron, in which the U.S. oil giant was granted exceptions to foreign exchange, export and tax rules to develop Argentina's vast shale oil resources. REUTERS/Yamil Regules (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
USA-SUEN/
RTXY8V3 
April 04, 2013 
Former Las Vegas Sands China Chief Executive Steven Jacobs looks on during a courtroom break at the Regional... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Former Las Vegas Sands China CEO Jacobs looks on during a courtroom break at the Regional Justice Center... 
Former Las Vegas Sands China Chief Executive Steven Jacobs looks on during a courtroom break at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nevada April 4, 2013. A judge in Nevada had ruled on March 19, 2013 against Las Vegas Sands Corp's effort to throw out a case against it by Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen who says he is owed millions of dollars for helping the casino firm get an operating license in Macau. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
SANDS-SUEN/
RTXY8V1 
April 04, 2013 
Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen looks on during a courtroom break at the Regional Justice Center in... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Suen looks on during a break at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas 
Hong Kong businessman Richard Suen looks on during a courtroom break at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nevada April 4, 2013. A judge in Nevada had ruled on March 19, 2013 against Las Vegas Sands Corp's effort to throw out a case against it by Suen who says he is owed millions of dollars for helping the casino firm get an operating license in Macau. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2I 
January 16, 2013 
A man walks past a realty agency which sells luxurious residential flats in Hong Kong January 15, 2013.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man walks past a realty agency which sells luxurious residential flats in Hong Kong 
A man walks past a realty agency which sells luxurious residential flats in Hong Kong January 15, 2013. Hong Kong raised its stamp duty on foreign buyers to 15 percent back in last October. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2H 
January 16, 2013 
A property sales agent uses a calculator outside his store displaying luxury residential flats priced... 
Hong Kong, China 
A property sales agent uses a calculator outside his store displaying luxury residential flats in Hong... 
A property sales agent uses a calculator outside his store displaying luxury residential flats priced between HK$13 and HK18.5 million ($1.67 and $2.37 million), for 620 to 816 square-foot (58 to 75 square meters) areas, in Hong Kong's West Kowloon district January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2G 
January 16, 2013 
A man checks property prices at a realty agency displaying a photo of The Arch, a luxury high rise apartment,... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man checks property prices at a realty agency in Hong Kong 
A man checks property prices at a realty agency displaying a photo of The Arch, a luxury high rise apartment, at Hong Kong's West Kowloon district January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2F 
January 16, 2013 
An old residential building is seen in front of The Arch, a luxury high rise apartment, at Hong Kong's... 
Hong Kong, China 
An old residential building is seen in front of The Arch, a luxury high rise apartment, at Hong Kong's... 
An old residential building is seen in front of The Arch, a luxury high rise apartment, at Hong Kong's West Kowloon district January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2D 
January 16, 2013 
Residents play basketball at the 50-storey Pinnacle@Duxton public housing estate in Singapore January... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Residents play basketball at a 50-storey public housing estate in Singapore 
Residents play basketball at the 50-storey Pinnacle@Duxton public housing estate in Singapore January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2C 
January 16, 2013 
A visitor takes pictures of a model of a public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A visitor takes pictures of a model of a public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development... 
A visitor takes pictures of a model of a public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development Board (HDB) gallery in Singapore January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2B 
January 16, 2013 
Prospective buyers look at a model of upcoming public housing estates at the Housing Development Board... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Prospective buyers look at a model of upcoming public housing estates at the Housing Development Board... 
Prospective buyers look at a model of upcoming public housing estates at the Housing Development Board (HDB) gallery in Singapore January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI2A 
January 16, 2013 
A group of visitors from China listen as their guide speaks about public housing policies, as they stand... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A group of visitors from China listen as their guide speaks about public housing policies, at the Housing... 
A group of visitors from China listen as their guide speaks about public housing policies, as they stand around a model of a public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development Board (HDB) gallery in Singapore January 15, 2013. The visitors were on a study trip in Singapore. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
SINGAPORE-HONGKONG/PROPERTY
RTR3CI28 
January 15, 2013 
A man looks at a model of a new public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development Board... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A man looks at a model of a new public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development Board... 
A man looks at a model of a new public housing estate to be launched at the Housing Development Board (HDB) gallery in Singapore January 15, 2013. Singapore and Hong Kong now have identical 15 percent levies to slow the foreign money that has added fuel to their overheated property markets - measures that will help first-time buyers but throw the spotlight on investors' next targets. The curbs on residential real estate purchases could shift demand to retail and industrial spaces, diverting billions of dollars to those sectors as well as to housing markets in the United States, Canada, Australia and Malaysia. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
TELEVISION-MTV/VMA
RTR37LAE 
September 06, 2012 
MTV personality Jeff Dye throws out dollar bils to photographers as he arrives for the 2012 MTV Video... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
MTV personality Jeff Dye throws out dollar bils to photographers as he arrives for the 2012 MTV Video... 
MTV personality Jeff Dye throws out dollar bils to photographers as he arrives for the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, September 6, 2012. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (MTV-ARRIVALS) 
CHINA/
RTR33GWU 
June 12, 2012 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on... 
Beijing, China 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on... 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on a polluted canal in central Beijing June 12, 2012. China is now the world's second largest economy, but hundreds of millions of its people still rely on fouled water that will cost billions of dollars to clean. Growing cities, overuse of fertilizers, and factories that heedlessly dump wastewater have degraded China's water supplies to the extent that half the nation's rivers and lakes are severely polluted. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) aight 
INDIA-MONSOON/
RTR2MJ2Q 
May 17, 2011 
A fisherman cast his nets into the Arabian Sea against the backdrop of monsoon clouds in the southern... 
multiple cities, India 
A fisherman cast his nets into the Arabian Sea against the backdrop of monsoon clouds in the southern... 
A fisherman cast his nets into the Arabian Sea against the backdrop of monsoon clouds in the southern Indian city of Kochi May 17, 2011. Technological wizardry may have improved forecasting of the crucial monsoon rains in India, but success still remains, at best, patchy, making it tough for farmers to plan crops and meet demand in the trillion-dollar economy. This year, the country has forecast a normal monsoon. In theory, that should mean higher farm output, which could tame food prices and help persuade the government to ease curbs on rice and wheat exports, benefiting other Asian economies that are struggling with food shortages. REUTERS/Sivaram V (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA-WEATHER/
RTR2LQFM 
April 28, 2011 
Ashla Sullivan throws out debris from her destroyed house as her husband, Adam Sullivan, talks on the... 
Tuscaloosa, UNITED STATES 
Woman throws out debris from destroyed house in aftermath of deadly tornados in Tuscaloosa, Alabama 
Ashla Sullivan throws out debris from her destroyed house as her husband, Adam Sullivan, talks on the phone in the aftermath of deadly tornados in Tuscaloosa, Alabama April 28, 2011. Tornadoes and violent storms ripped through seven Southern states, killing at least 295 people and causing billions of dollars of damage in some of the deadliest twisters in U.S. history. REUTERS/Lee Celano (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
MONACO/
RTR2EW2W 
June 08, 2010 
Actor Larry Hagman who played "J.R. Ewing" on television series "Dallas" throws fake dollars notes during... 
Monte Carlo, Monaco 
Actor Hagman poses during the 50th Monte Carlo television festival in Monaco 
Actor Larry Hagman who played "J.R. Ewing" on television series "Dallas" throws fake dollars notes during a photocall at the 50th Monte Carlo television festival in Monaco June 8, 2010 REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (MONACO - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT) 
LEBANON/
RTXDJ3Z 
April 02, 2009 
Amin al-Khansa, who was kidnapped by a Lebanese gang, watches as his grandmother throws sweets on his... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Khansa, who was kidnapped by Lebanese gang, watches as his grandmother throws sweets on his head to symbolise... 
Amin al-Khansa, who was kidnapped by a Lebanese gang, watches as his grandmother throws sweets on his head to symbolise blessings at his home after being rescued by Lebanese security forces in Beirut April 2, 2009. Khansa, a 14-year-old student, was kidnapped on Monday and held hostage for a 1.5 million dollar ransom. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON CONFLICT) 
BANGLADESH/
RTXD5B9 
March 24, 2009 
A boy throws a used tyre on a pile at a yard in Dhaka March 24, 2009. The spare tyres are dumped in the... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
A boy throws used tyre at a yard in Dhaka. 
A boy throws a used tyre on a pile at a yard in Dhaka March 24, 2009. The spare tyres are dumped in the yard to process as fuel for a brick kiln. More than 20 people, most of them children, work in the yard. The workers earn two and a half dollars per day to process the tyres. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH BUSINESS SOCIETY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
PROPERTY/CALIFORNIA
RTXCWEK 
March 18, 2009 
Home Center Realty owner Ron Barnard looks up at a mobile hanging in his office in Norco, California... 
Norco, UNITED STATES 
To match feature PROPERTY/CALIFORNIA 
Home Center Realty owner Ron Barnard looks up at a mobile hanging in his office in Norco, California March 12, 2009. Barnard is throwing in the towel. Like a growing number of the 8.3 million American homeowners who owe more on mortgages than their homes are worth, he's ready to just walk away. Barnard and others like him are starting to worry market experts and economists, who fret that the growing trend may deal a blow to an economy on its knees while swelling an already ample pool of bad loans. Picture taken March 12. To match feature PROPERTY/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
FINANCIAL/CENTRALBANKS
RTR220R5 
September 18, 2008 
A bull and bear statue are silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange September 18, 2008. The... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A bull and bear statue are silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange 
A bull and bear statue are silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
FINANCIAL/CENTRALBANKS
RTR220QZ 
September 18, 2008 
A bull statue is silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange September 18, 2008. The world's... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A bull statue is silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange 
A bull statue is silhouetted in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers
and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR220OR 
September 18, 2008 
Outside view shows the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt September 18, 2008.... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Outside view shows the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt 
Outside view shows the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
FINANCIAL/CENTRALBANKS
RTR220OO 
September 18, 2008 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB)... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers
and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
FINANCIAL/CENTRALBANKS
RTR220ON 
September 18, 2008 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB)... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers
and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
FINANCIAL/CENTRALBANKS
RTR220OM 
September 18, 2008 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB)... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt 
Outside view shows the Euro sculpture in front of the headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt September 18, 2008. The world's top central banks joined forces on Thursday to throw a multi-billion dollar lifeline to global markets in a dramatic effort to free up bank-to-bank lending, frozen by the upheavals on Wall Street. Central banks including the Fed, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank lent out extra funds in their own currencies as markets reeled in the wake of a round of takeovers
and mergers among top financial firms and renewed concerns about how the U.S. economy will weather the storm. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
KUWAIT- CURRENCY/
RTR1PWMZ 
May 20, 2007 
Kuwaiti money changer Mohammed Hussein counts Kuwait dinars in his downtown Kuwait City shop May 20,2007.... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Kuwaiti money changer counts Kuwait dinars in his downtown Kuwait City shop 
Kuwaiti money changer Mohammed Hussein counts Kuwait dinars in his downtown Kuwait City shop May 20,2007. Kuwait unshackled its dinar from the tumbling U.S. dollar on Sunday and switched the exchange rate mechanism to a basket of currencies, throwing plans for currency union with other Gulf Arab oil producers into disarray. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT) 
KUWAIT -CURRENCY/
RTR1PWMY 
May 20, 2007 
Kuwaiti money changer Mohammed Hussein exchanges Kuwait dinars to U.S. dollars in his downtown Kuwait... 
Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Kuwaiti money changer exchanges Kuwait dinars to US dollars in downtown Kuwait City 
Kuwaiti money changer Mohammed Hussein exchanges Kuwait dinars to U.S. dollars in his downtown Kuwait City shop May 20,2007. Kuwait unshackled its dinar from the tumbling U.S. dollar on Sunday and switched the exchange rate mechanism to a basket of currencies, throwing plans for currency union with other Gulf Arab oil producers into disarray. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT) 
SPORT BASEBALL PIAZZA
RTR18GJJ 
January 29, 2006 
Former New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza throws during practice in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in this February... 
Port St Lucie, UNITED STATES 
File photo of former New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza during practice in Florida 
Former New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza throws during practice in Port St. Lucie, Florida, in this February 24, 2005 file photo. Piazza will play for the San Diego Padres in 2006, agreeing to a one-year, two million dollar contract with the 2005 National League West champions on January 29, 2006. Piazza, 37, has been an all-star 12 times. REUTERS/Marc Serota/Files 
ENVIRONMENT STORMS CALIFORNIA
RTR17RG7 
January 03, 2006 
Workers throw out carpet and furniture from a house that was flooded in Guerneville, California, January... 
Guerneville, UNITED STATES 
Workers throw out carpet and furniture from a house that was flooded in Guerneville 
Workers throw out carpet and furniture from a house that was flooded in Guerneville, California, January 3, 2006. Two powerful storms over the weekend swelled rivers and caused flooding, mudslides and evacuations across Northern California resulting in an estimated tens of millions of dollars in damage. REUTERS/Kimberly White 
GLOBAL MARKETS
RTR1BP8X 
December 30, 2005 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Clerks and traders at Chicago Mercantile Exchange celebrate upcoming new year 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the air at the close of trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange December 30, 2005. REUTERS/John Gress 
GLOBAL MARKETS
RTR1BP8Q 
December 30, 2005 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Clerks and traders at Chicago Mercantile Exchange celebrate upcoming new year 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the air at the close of trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange December 30, 2005. REUTERS/John Gress 
GLOBAL MARKETS
RTR1BP6Q 
December 30, 2005 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Clerks and traders at Chicago Mercantile Exchange celebrate upcoming new year 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the air at the close of trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange December 30, 2005. REUTERS/John Gress 
GLOBAL MARKETS
RTR1BP4H 
December 30, 2005 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Clerks and traders at Chicago Mercantile Exchange celebrate upcoming new year 
Clerks and traders in the Euro Dollar Pit celebrate the upcoming new year by throwing confetti into the air at the close of trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange December 30, 2005. REUTERS/John Gress 
BELARUS
RTRMPH0 
February 08, 2005 
Belarus hunters throw wolves they killed overnight into the back of a truck near village Pruzhanka, some... 
Pruzhanka 
Belarus hunters throw wolves they killed overnight into truck near village of Pruzhanka. 
Belarus hunters throw wolves they killed overnight into the back of a truck near village Pruzhanka, some 110 km southeast of Minsk, February 8, 2005. Hunting for wolfs in Belarus is legal throughout the whole year with a hunter getting 168,000 Belarus roubles ($77 US dollars) for every wolf killed. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko AS/acm 
ARGENTINA
RTR159XI 
July 13, 2004 
A group of Argentines protest inside the Supreme Court building against a Supreme Court case by a bank... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
ARGENTINE DEPOSITORS PROTEST INSIDE SUPREME COURT BUILDING. 
A group of Argentines protest inside the Supreme Court building against a Supreme Court case by a bank depositor seeking compensation for his losses, in Buenos Aires, July 13, 2004. Argentina's Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its unanimous backing to the government's handling of the 2002 peso devaluation by throwing out a lawsuit by a bank depositor seeking compensation for his losses. Those depositors who accepted Economy Minister Roberto Lavagna's offer of two pesos for each dollar deposited before the devaluation do not have a legal basis for claiming more money, the seven court justices ruled. REUTERS/Santiago Pandolfi EM 
ARGENTINA DEVALUATION
RTR6HBA 
July 13, 2004 
A group of Argentines try to push down a police fence inside the Supreme Court building in Buenos Aires,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
ARGENTINE SAVERS PROTEST INSIDE SUPREME COURT BUILDING. 
A group of Argentines try to push down a police fence inside the Supreme Court building in Buenos Aires, July 13, 2004. Argentina's Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its unanimous backing to the government's handling of the 2002 peso devaluation by throwing out a lawsuit by a bank depositor seeking compensation for his losses. Those depositors who accepted Economy Minister Roberto Lavagna's offer of two pesos for each dollar deposited before the devaluation do not have a legal basis for claiming more money, the seven court justices ruled. REUTERS/Santiago Pandolfi EM 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXLX5O 
April 24, 2003 
Toryalai Jaan throws a mound of kneaded dough to be baked into Afghan bread at a bakery in Kabul, April... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Toryalai Jaan throws a mound of kneaded dough to be baked into Afghan bread at a bakery in Kabul, Ap..... 
Toryalai Jaan throws a mound of kneaded dough to be baked into Afghan bread at a bakery in Kabul, April 24, 2003. The 11-year-old, who earns a dollar a day, helps support his family and is happy working at the bakery which lets him take bread home to feed his family. Many Afghan children work to supplement their family's income. 
AFGHANISTAN
RTRMBBV 
April 24, 2003 
Toryalai Jaan throws a mound of kneaded dough to be baked into Afghan bread
at a bakery in Kabul, April... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
YOUNG AFGHAN BAKER THROWS KNEADED DOUGH IN KABUL. 
Toryalai Jaan throws a mound of kneaded dough to be baked into Afghan bread
at a bakery in Kabul, April 24, 2003. The 11-year-old, who earns a dollar a
day, helps support his family and is happy working at the bakery which lets
him take bread home to feed his family. Many Afghan children work to
supplement their family's income. REUTERS/Sherwin Crasto PP03060035
PP03050089

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YYS 
March 26, 2002 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers waiting to
change money outside the Banco... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers waiting to
change money outside the Banco Nacion, March 26, 2002, as the Argentine
peso has lost over two thirds of its value since a devastating
four-year recession forced a devaluation in early January. The Central
Bank introduced new measures to tighten controls of the foreign
exchange market and halt the slide the peso that threatens to throw the
government's economic policy into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HK 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YYO 
March 26, 2002 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers lined
outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
POLICE HOLD BACK THOUSANDS LINED UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers lined
outside the Banco Nacion, March 26, 2002, waiting to change money as
the Argentine peso has lost over two thirds of its value since a
desastating four-year recession forced a devaluation in early January.
The Central Bank introduced new measures to tighten controls of the
foreign exchange market and halt the slide of the peso, which threatens
to throw the government's economic policy into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique
Marcarian

EM/HB 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YYH 
March 26, 2002 
Thousands of dollar buyers line up outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Thousands of dollar buyers line up outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money as the Argentine peso has lost over two
thirds of its value since a devastating four-year recession forced a
devaluation in early January. The Central Bank introduced new measures
to tighten controls of the foreign exchange market and halt the slide
the peso that threatens to throw the government's economic policy into
turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HK 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YYC 
March 26, 2002 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers lined
outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Argentine riot police hold back thousands of dollar buyers lined
outside the Banco Nacion, March 26, 2002, waiting to change money as
the Argentine peso has lost over two thirds of its value since a
desastating four-year recession forced a devaluation in early January.
The Central Bank introduced new measures to tighten controls of the
foreign exchange market and halt the slide of the peso, which threatens
to throw the government's economic policy into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique
Marcarian

EM/HB 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YY6 
March 26, 2002 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money as... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money as the Argentine peso has lost over two
thirds of its value since a desastating four-year recession forced a
devaluation in early January. The Central Bank introduced new measures
to tighten controls of the foreign exchange market and halt the slide
of the peso, which threatens to throw the government's economic policy
into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HB 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YXN 
March 26, 2002 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside banks and exchange houses,
March 26, 2002, waiting to change... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside banks and exchange houses,
March 26, 2002, waiting to change money as the Argentine peso has lost
over two thirds of its value since a desastating four-year recession
forced a devaluation in early January. The Central Bank introduced new
measures to tighten controls of the foreign exchange market and halt
the slide of the peso, which threatens to throw the government's
economic policy into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HB 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR2YXD 
March 26, 2002 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money as... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
THOUSANDS LINE UP TO BUY DOLLARS IN BUENOS AIRES. 
Thousands of dollar buyers line outside the Banco Nacion, March 26,
2002, waiting to change money as the Argentine peso has lost over two
thirds of its value since a desastating four-year recession forced a
devaluation in early January. The Central Bank introduced new measures
to tighten controls of the foreign exchange market and halt the slide
of the peso, which threatens to throw the government's economic policy
into turmoil. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HB 
ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR105Q 
January 31, 2002 
Hundreds of Argentines frantically try to force the Banco de la Nacion
to re-open and sell them U.S.... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
ARGENTINES FRANTICALLY TRY TO BUY DOLLARS AT A CLOSED BANK. 
Hundreds of Argentines frantically try to force the Banco de la Nacion
to re-open and sell them U.S. dollars after it closed for the day,
leaving many still standing on line outside their Buenos Aires
headquarters, January 31, 2002. Thousands of angry Argentines lined up
at banks to protect their savings by buying dollars, frightened that
government efforts to end a brutal recession and financial chaos could
soon throw the peso currency into a tailspin. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR105L 
January 31, 2002 
Hundreds of Argentines frantically try to force the Banco de la Nacion
to re-open and sell them U.S.... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic) 
ARGENTINES FRANTICALLY TRY TO BUY DOLLARS AT A CLOSED BANK. 
Hundreds of Argentines frantically try to force the Banco de la Nacion
to re-open and sell them U.S. dollars after it closed for the day,
leaving many still standing on line outside their Buenos Aires
headquarters, January 31, 2002. Thousands of angry Argentines lined up
at banks to protect their savings by buying dollars, frightened that
government efforts to end a brutal recession and financial chaos could
soon throw the peso currency into a tailspin. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers

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