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LEBANON-CRISIS/BUILDING-FIRE
RTX7VMNU
September 15, 2020
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Beirut, Lebanon
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut, Lebanon September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
LEBANON-CRISIS/BUILDING-FIRE
RTX7VMMP
September 15, 2020
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Beirut, Lebanon
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut, Lebanon September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
LEBANON-CRISIS/BUILDING-FIRE
RTX7VMMQ
September 15, 2020
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Beirut, Lebanon
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central...
Civil defence members participate in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut, Lebanon September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
LEBANON-CRISIS/BUILDING-FIRE
RTX7VMMF
September 15, 2020
A firefighter participates in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut,...
Beirut, Lebanon
A firefighter participates in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut...
A firefighter participates in efforts to put out a fire that broke out in a building in Central Beirut, Lebanon September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-POLITICS/
RTSGQEO
June 09, 2016
A worker assesses the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
Kisumu, Kenya
A worker assesses the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
A worker assesses the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demand the disbandment of the electoral body ahead of next year's election, in Kondele district of Kisumu, Kenya, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-POLITICS/
RTSGQE9
June 09, 2016
Workers assess the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition...
Kisumu, Kenya
Workers assess the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition...
Workers assess the looting of electronics inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demand the disbandment of the electoral body ahead of next year's election, in Kondele district of Kisumu, Kenya, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-POLITICS/
RTSGQE7
June 09, 2016
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
Kisumu, Kenya
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demand the disbandment of the electoral body ahead of next year's election, in Kondele district of Kisumu, Kenya, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-POLITICS/
RTSGQE6
June 09, 2016
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
Kisumu, Kenya
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's...
Workers assess the looting of the cash-counters inside the Tumaini supermarket during protests by Kenya's opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demand the disbandment of the electoral body ahead of next year's election, in Kondele district of Kisumu, Kenya, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-POLITICS/
RTSGQD0
June 09, 2016
A man rides his motorbike past the Tumaini supermarket that was looted during protests by Kenya's opposition...
Kisumu, Kenya
A man rides his motorbike past the Tumaini supermarket that was looted during protests by Kenya's opposition...
A man rides his motorbike past the Tumaini supermarket that was looted during protests by Kenya's opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) supporters against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to demand the disbandment of the electoral body ahead of next year's election, in Kondele district of Kisumu, Kenya, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RWANDA-CLEANUP/
RTSFUXC
May 25, 2016
A general view of Rwanda's capital Kigali, March 26, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
Kigali, Rwanda
View of the Rwanda's capital Kigali
A general view of Rwanda's capital Kigali, March 26, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-LION/
RTSB1AG
March 18, 2016
A lioness walks along a road as visitors sit in their vehicles at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
A lioness walks along a road as visitors sit in their vehicles at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's...
A lioness walks along a road as visitors sit in their vehicles at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 12, 2014. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-LION/
RTSB1AF
March 18, 2016
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July...
Nairobi, Kenya
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 12, 2014. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
LENUA-LION/
RTSB1AE
March 18, 2016
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July...
Nairobi, Kenya
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi
A lioness rests on a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 12, 2014. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-LION/
RTSB1AB
March 18, 2016
A lioness walks down from a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
A lioness walks down from a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A lioness walks down from a directional signage at Nairobi's National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 12, 2014. Picture taken July 12, 2014. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
DJIBOUTI-CHINA/
RTX254UA
February 02, 2016
Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Djibouti's President Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital Addis...
Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, January 30, 2016. China is expected to start work in Djibouti soon on a naval base, Djibouti's president told Reuters, defending Beijing's right to build what will be its first foreign military outpost on one of the world's busiest shipping routes. Picture taken January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
DJIBOUTI-CHINA/
RTX254U8
February 02, 2016
Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Djibouti's President Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital Addis...
Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh arrives for a Reuters interview at his home in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, January 30, 2016. China is expected to start work in Djibouti soon on a naval base, Djibouti's president told Reuters, defending Beijing's right to build what will be its first foreign military outpost on one of the world's busiest shipping routes. Picture taken January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3Y
February 01, 2016
A woman holds her child as she awaits medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
A woman holds her child as she awaits medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
A woman holds her child as she awaits medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3X
February 01, 2016
Residents wait to receive food aid at a distribution centre in Halo village, a drought-stricken area...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
Residents wait to receive food aid at a distribution centre in Halo village, a drought-stricken area...
Residents wait to receive food aid at a distribution centre in Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA
RTX24V3W
February 01, 2016
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon speaks to the media during his visit to Halo village, a...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon speaks to the media during his visit to Halo village, a...
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon speaks to the media during his visit to Halo village, a drought stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3T
February 01, 2016
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his wife Yoo Soon-taek (front R) pump water from a hand-dug...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his wife Yoo Soon-taek pump water from a hand-dug well...
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his wife Yoo Soon-taek (front R) pump water from a hand-dug well during their visit to Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3G
February 01, 2016
A woman breastfeeds her malnourished child at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
A woman breastfeeds her malnourished child at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
A woman breastfeeds her malnourished child at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3E
February 01, 2016
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (R) meets women representatives during his visit to Halo...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon meets women representatives during his visit to Halo village,...
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (R) meets women representatives during his visit to Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA
RTX24V3D
February 01, 2016
Malnourished children wait for medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
Malnourished children wait for medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken...
Malnourished children wait for medical attention at the Halo health post in Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
AFRICA-DROUGHT/ETHIOPIA-AID
RTX24V3C
February 01, 2016
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon waves to villagers during his visit to Halo village, a drought-stricken...
OROMIA, Ethiopia
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon waves to villagers during his visit to Halo village, a drought-stricken...
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon waves to villagers during his visit to Halo village, a drought-stricken area in Oromia region in Ethiopia, January 31, 2016. Picture taken January 31, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FVA
January 21, 2016
Somali students return to their classroom at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund...
Dadaab, Kenya
Somali students return to their classroom at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya
Somali students return to their classroom at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FRC
January 21, 2016
Christos Stylianides (R), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, meets...
Dadaab, Kenya
EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides meets with students at...
Christos Stylianides (R), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, meets with students at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FR9
January 21, 2016
A Somali family waits to board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee...
Dadaab, Kenya
A Somali family waits to board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee...
A Somali family waits to board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FR8
January 21, 2016
Somali families board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp in...
Dadaab, Kenya
Somali families board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp in...
Somali families board a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FR5
January 21, 2016
Somali families are seen in a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp...
Dadaab, Kenya
Somali families are seen in a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp...
Somali families are seen in a bus that will take them back home to Somalia from the Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FPS
January 21, 2016
Christos Stylianides (2nd L), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management,...
Dadaab, Kenya
EU Commissioner Christos Stylianides addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee...
Christos Stylianides (2nd L), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FPR
January 21, 2016
Christos Stylianides (2nd R), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management,...
Dadaab, Kenya
EU Commissioner Christos Stylianides addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee...
Christos Stylianides (2nd R), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
KENYA-SOMALIA/
RTX23FPQ
January 21, 2016
Christos Stylianides (C), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, addresses...
Dadaab, Kenya
EU Commissioner Christos Stylianides addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee...
Christos Stylianides (C), European Union Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, addresses Somali refugees preparing to return home from Dadaab refugee camp in a voluntary repatriation programme, in Kenya January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/PRESIDENT
RTX1BZ89
May 07, 2015
A child plays in a church in Buye a rural town north of capital Bujumbura in this picture taken May 1,...
Buye, Burundi
A child plays in a church in Buye
A child plays in a church in Buye a rural town north of capital Bujumbura in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Deep in Burundi's countryside, a rutted dirt road turns to smooth tarmac for a few hundred metres, leading to a smart 8,000-seat sports stadium that emerges incongruously out of the bush right next to the president's villa. Home to a soccer academy sponsored by Pierre Nkurunziza, the facility is part of the rebel-turned-president's stated mission to bind together a grindingly poor nation shattered by an ethnically fuelled civil war a decade ago. But protesters on the streets of the capital say the 51-year-old's bid for a third five-year term in office is tearing apart the nation at the heart of Africa, violating the constitution and a 2005 peace deal. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/PRESIDENT
RTX1BZ88
May 07, 2015
Children carry firewood for domestic use in Buye a rural town north of capital Bujumbura in this picture...
Buye, Burundi
Children carry firewood for domestic use in Buye
Children carry firewood for domestic use in Buye a rural town north of capital Bujumbura in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Deep in Burundi's countryside, a rutted dirt road turns to smooth tarmac for a few hundred metres, leading to a smart 8,000-seat sports stadium that emerges incongruously out of the bush right next to the president's villa. Home to a soccer academy sponsored by Pierre Nkurunziza, the facility is part of the rebel-turned-president's stated mission to bind together a grindingly poor nation shattered by an ethnically fuelled civil war a decade ago. But protesters on the streets of the capital say the 51-year-old's bid for a third five-year term in office is tearing apart the nation at the heart of Africa, violating the constitution and a 2005 peace deal. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1BZ85
May 07, 2015
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President...
Buye, Burundi
The 8,000-seat stadium is seen in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's...
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, a soccer fanatic and striker for his team Haleluya FC, is seen in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Opponents say the stadium is evidence of a populism that ignores real problems blighting a country where many roads become impassable in rain and just 3 percent of people have mains power. Annual per capita income is $260, less than a quarter of the average across the world's poorest continent. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/PRESIDENT
RTX1BZ83
May 07, 2015
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President...
Buye, Burundi
The 8,000-seat stadium is seen in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's...
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, a soccer fanatic and striker for his team Haleluya FC, is seen in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Opponents say the stadium is evidence of a populism that ignores real problems blighting a country where many roads become impassable in rain and just 3 percent of people have mains power. Annual per capita income is $260, less than a quarter of the average across the world's poorest continent. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/PRESIDENT
RTX1BZ82
May 07, 2015
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President...
Buye, Burundi
The 8,000-seat stadium is seen in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's...
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, a soccer fanatic and striker for his team Haleluya FC, is seen in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Opponents say the stadium is evidence of a populism that ignores real problems blighting a country where many roads become impassable in rain and just 3 percent of people have mains power. Annual per capita income is $260, less than a quarter of the average across the world's poorest continent. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1BZ81
May 07, 2015
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President...
Buye, Burundi
The 8,000-seat stadium is seen in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's...
The 8,000-seat stadium in Buye, a rural town north of capital Bujumbura, put up by Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza, a soccer fanatic and striker for his team Haleluya FC, is seen in this picture taken May 1, 2015. Opponents say the stadium is evidence of a populism that ignores real problems blighting a country where many roads become impassable in rain and just 3 percent of people have mains power. Annual per capita income is $260, less than a quarter of the average across the world's poorest continent. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Edmund Blair
IRAQ DETENTION
RTR6R6E
July 16, 2004
A U.S. Army soldier looks at facilities for detainees to meet their families at the U.S. detention centre...
Umm Qasir
U.S. SOLDIER VIEWS VISITING FACILITIES AT A DETENTION CAMP IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.
A U.S. Army soldier looks at facilities for detainees to meet their families at the U.S. detention centre Camp Bucca, near Umm Qasir in southern Iraq July 16, 2004. New air-conditioned visiting rooms are being built to replace the tents that are open to the harsh desert climate where temperatures can rise to about 50 degrees Celsius in the summer. Picture taken July 16, 2004. REUTERS/Edmund Blair HH/DBP
IRAQ
RTR6Q1B
July 16, 2004
U.S. Army Major General Geoffrey Miller (L) who is in charge of detainee operations, speaks with Iraqi...
Camp Bucca
U.S. GENERAL MILLER SPEAKS WITH IRAQI MINISTER AMIN AT CAMP BUCCA IN SOUTHERN IRAQ.
U.S. Army Major General Geoffrey Miller (L) who is in charge of detainee operations, speaks with Iraqi Human Rights Minister Bakhtiar Amin during the minister's first visit to the U.S. detention facility at Camp Bucca in southern Iraq, July 16, 2004. Miller said Iraqi officials would be added to a board that reviews the fate of security detainees held in U.S. custody in Iraq. REUTERS/Edmund Blair RCS/AA
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