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SUDAN-POLITICS/
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September 06, 2016
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan, September...
Al Fashir, Sudan
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
SUDAN-POLITICS/
RTX2OCN1
September 06, 2016
A boy places billiard balls on a table to form a triangle in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital...
Al Fashir, Sudan
A boy places billiard balls on a table to form a triangle in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir
A boy places billiard balls on a table to form a triangle in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
SUDAN-POLITICS/
RTX2OCMW
September 06, 2016
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan, September...
Al Fashir, Sudan
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir
Children play billiard in Abu Shock IDPs camp in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR3SXD7
June 09, 2014
Boys play billiard in Aleppo June 9, 2014. REUTERS/Nour Kelze (SYRIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
Aleppo, Syria
Boys play billiard in Aleppo
Boys play billiard in Aleppo June 9, 2014. REUTERS/Nour Kelze (SYRIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3G2J9
March 05, 2014
Boys play billiard in a slum in Rawalpindi March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)...
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Boys play billiard in a slum in Rawalpind
Boys play billiard in a slum in Rawalpindi March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX17SL2
January 24, 2014
A disabled man plays billiard in a slum in the outskirts of Islamabad January 24, 2014. REUTERS/Faisal...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A disabled man plays billiard in a slum in the outskirts of Islamabad
A disabled man plays billiard in a slum in the outskirts of Islamabad January 24, 2014. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-PENSIONS/
RTR3880Y
September 21, 2012
Raul Ivan, 80, a pensioner, plays billiards at a seniors centre in Ronda, near Malaga September 18, 2012....
RONDA, Spain
Ivan a pensioner, plays billiards at a seniors centre in Ronda
Raul Ivan, 80, a pensioner, plays billiards at a seniors centre in Ronda, near Malaga September 18, 2012. Spain is considering freezing pensions and speeding up a planned rise in the retirement age as it races to cut spending and meet conditions of an expected international sovereign aid package, sources with knowledge of the matter said. The measures would save at least 4 billion euros a year as well as fulfil recommendations in a European Union document released in May which senior euro zone sources said was being used as a blueprint for the terms of a sovereign aid program. Picture taken September 18, 2012. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
MYANMAR/
RTR2XI5N
February 08, 2012
Young men play billiard in Kawhmu township February 8, 2012. Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of major opposition...
KAWHMU, Myanmar
Young men play billiard in Kawhmu
Young men play billiard in Kawhmu township February 8, 2012. Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of major opposition the National League for Democracy (NLD) party is scheduled to pay a day-return trip to Phwartheinkha village in Kawhmu township to carry out campaign activities on February 11.

The 66-year old Noble Peace Laureate, is running in the upcoming by-elections for the Lower House from Kawhmu Township Constituency, about 15 miles south of Yangon.


Her party, the NLD, has planned to run in the by-elections for all 48 vacant seats: 40 in the Lower House, six in the Upper House and two in the provincial parliaments. REUTERS/ Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
RUSSIA/
RTR2SSCI
October 18, 2011
A man plays billiard during a regional tournament among disabled persons in the far eastern city of Vladivostok,...
Vladivostok, Russia
A man plays billiard during a regional tournament among disabled persons in the far eastern city of Vladivostok...
A man plays billiard during a regional tournament among disabled persons in the far eastern city of Vladivostok, October 18, 2011. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT HEALTH SOCIETY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTXWIKE
January 13, 2011
A man plays billiards at a social centre in Ronda, near the southern Spanish city of Malaga, January...
RONDA, multiple countries
Man plays billiards at a social centre in Ronda
A man plays billiards at a social centre in Ronda, near the southern Spanish city of Malaga, January 13, 2011. Spain's economy is capable of growing by 2-2.5 percent annually from 2011 to 2015, but the country must forge ahead on reforms with or without a political consensus, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero said on Tuesday. Among austerity plans announced are a reform of the country's pension system which would raise the retirement age from 65 to 67. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXRPI5
December 10, 2009
An Afghan man plays billiards at a club in Herat December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (AFGHANISTAN...
Herat, Afghanistan
Afghan man plays billiards at a club in Herat
An Afghan man plays billiards at a club in Herat December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (AFGHANISTAN SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN-RELIGION/
RTR27E9T
September 03, 2009
A Christian boy is seen silhouetted while playing billiards under a makeshift shelter near his house...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A Christian boy plays billiards under a makeshift shelter near his house in Islamabad
A Christian boy is seen silhouetted while playing billiards under a makeshift shelter near his house in Islamabad September 3, 2009. Christians and other religious minorities in Pakistan live in fear of persecution and even execution or murder on false charges of blasphemy against Islam, the World Council of Churches (WCC) says. The Council, a global body linking Protestant and Orthodox churches in 110 countries, has called on the Pakistan government to change a law that allows for the death penalty for blaspheming Islam
. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN POLITICS RELIGION SOCIETY)
HONDURAS
RTXCWPS
March 18, 2009
Transgender Alberto or "Keisy Kawami", 23, is seen inside a billiards hall in La Ceiba, March 9, 2009....
La Ceiba, Honduras
Transgender Alberto or "Keisy Kawami", 23, is seen inside a billiards hall in La Ceiba
Transgender Alberto or "Keisy Kawami", 23, is seen inside a billiards hall in La Ceiba, March 9, 2009. Keisy Kawami and his friend Tamara were shot at outside their house on December 2008 by homophobic assailants. According to Hondura's Colectivo Violeta, a gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization, 21 people have been murdered since 2007. The most notable case was of Cesar Moreno or "Cynthia Nicole", a transgender rights activist who was shot dead early this year. Picture taken March 9, 2009. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS SOCIETY)
IRAN/
RTR20LQI
August 04, 2008
An Iranian woman plays eight ball at a hotel on the island of Kish in the Persian Gulf, about 1,250 km...
KISH, Iran
Iranian woman plays eight ball at a hotel on the island of Kish in the Persian Gulf
An Iranian woman plays eight ball at a hotel on the island of Kish in the Persian Gulf, about 1,250 km (777 miles) south of Tehran, August 3, 2008. Kish became the country's first free trade zone and the new gateway to Iran in 1982, being 17 km (11 miles) off the southern shore of mainland Iran. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTX4Q0W
December 14, 2007
An Iranian woman plays billiards in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the...
KISH, Iran
An Iranian woman plays billiards in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the...
An Iranian woman plays billiards in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the Persian Gulf, about 1250 km (777 miles) south of Tehran December 13, 2007. Kish became the country's first free trade zone and the new gateway to Iran in 1982, only 17 km off the southern shore of mainland Iran, the oval shaped island is 15 km long and 8 km wide. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTX4Q0F
December 14, 2007
An Iranian woman plays billiard in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the Persian...
KISH, Iran
An Iranian woman plays billiard in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the Persian...
An Iranian woman plays billiard in Maryam Bowling fun and sport centre on the island of Kish in the Persian Gulf, about 1250 km (777 miles) south of Tehran, December 13, 2007. Kish became the country's first free trade zone and the new gateway to Iran in 1982, only 17 km off the southern shore of mainland Iran, the oval shaped island is 15 km long and 8 km wide. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
FRANCE/
RTR1L0P3
January 09, 2007
Portraits of four of France's 2007 presidential candidates President of far-right party Front National...
Paris, France
Portraits of four of France's 2007 presidential candidates are seen on billiard balls in Paris
Portraits of four of France's 2007 presidential candidates President of far-right party Front National (FN) Jean-Marie Le Pen (L), Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) President Nicolas Sarkozy (2nd L), Socialist candidate Segolene Royal, and centre-right leader, President of the Union for French Democracy (UDF) party Francois Bayrou (R) are seen on billiard balls in Paris January 9, 2007. Five hundred of the 14 ball sets have been produced by the Chevillotte company with numbers on one side and the portraits of French politicians on the other. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
CHINA TIBET
RTR1F8YO
July 06, 2006
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet Autonomous Region July 6,...
NAMTSO, China
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet Autonomous Region July 6, 2006. Namtso Lake, which means sacred or heaven lake in Tibetan, is 4,718 meters above sea level and is the second largest salt-water lake in China next to Qinghai Lake. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
CHINA TIBET
RTR1F8XR
July 06, 2006
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet Autonomous Region July 6,...
NAMTSO, China
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet
Tibetan nomads play billiards on an open grassland near Namtso Lake in Tibet Autonomous Region July 6, 2006. Namtso Lake, which means sacred or heaven lake in Tibetan, is 4,718 metres (15, 479 feet) above sea level and is the second largest salt-water lake in China next to Qinghai Lake. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
MONGOLIA
RTR1F6H0
July 04, 2006
Mongolians play billiard at the main road of the Gers district at the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator...
Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Mongolians play billiard at the main road of the Gers district at the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator...
Mongolians play billiard at the main road of the Gers district at the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator July 4, 2006. Mongolians immigrate to the capital, Ulam Bator, from the country side as they seek for breadwinning and better life. Mongolia's celebration of the 800th anniversary of Genghis Khan's establishment of Mongolia will start on July 9, 2006. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
CHINA
RTR1EZVE
June 29, 2006
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards below a rain-threatening sky in Dangxiong County, Tibet, June 29, 2006....
Dangxiong, China
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards before rain comes in Dangxiong County
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards below a rain-threatening sky in Dangxiong County, Tibet, June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1EWY9
June 27, 2006
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards at Danxiong County, Tibet June 22, 2006. Picture taken June 22, 2006....
DANXIONG, China
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards at Danxiong County
Ethnic Tibetans play billiards at Danxiong County, Tibet June 22, 2006. Picture taken June 22, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan (CHINA)
PAKISTAN
RTR174VJ
March 13, 2006
Kashmiri earthquake survivors play snooker at a refugee camp in the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Kashmiri earthquake survivors play snooker at refugee camp in Muzaffarabad
Kashmiri earthquake survivors play snooker at a refugee camp in the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir March 13, 2006. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed
HAJ SAUDI
RTR17R54
January 03, 2006
Saudi kids play pool in the old city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia January 3, 2006. More than 1.3 million...
Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Saudi kids play pool in the old city of Jeddah
Saudi kids play pool in the old city of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia January 3, 2006. More than 1.3 million Muslims have arrived in Saudi Arabia for the annual Haj pilgrimage but their numbers will be slightly lower than last year due to safety concerns, a Saudi official said. Around 1.5 million foreign pilgrims are expected to arrive in Mecca on Sunday when the five-day ritual, which is a duty at least once in a lifetime for every able-bodied Muslim, begins. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji PP06010098
CUBA HURRICANE WILMA
RTR19ORV
October 20, 2005
Cubans play pool under a tin roof and in the rain before the official evacuation of Batabano starts,...
Batabano, Cuba
Cubans play pool on the street before the official evacuation for Hurricane Wilma in Cuba
Cubans play pool under a tin roof and in the rain before the official evacuation of Batabano starts, October 20, 2005. Hurricane Wilma closed in on Mexico's Caribbean beach resorts on Thursday, forcing thousands of tourists to flee their hotels and take shelter from powerful winds and rain that killed 10 people in Haiti. REUTERS/Claudia Daut
MONGOLIA
RTRCLL6
May 26, 2005
Mongolian youths play billiard at an open market in Kharkhorin, about 310 km (193 miles) west of capital...
Kharkhorin, Mongolia
Mongolian youths play billiard at an open market in Kharkhorin.
Mongolian youths play billiard at an open market in Kharkhorin, about 310 km (193 miles) west of capital Ulan Bator May 26, 2005. Billiard is a popular form of entertainment played around the country and is commonly seen in markets and the countryside. Picture taken May 26, 2005. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/CN
CHINA
RTRGGVY
November 23, 2004
A young Chinese man enjoys a billiard game in the evening sun on the outskirts of China's capital Beijing...
China
Young Chinese man enjoys a billiard game outside Beijing.
A young Chinese man enjoys a billiard game in the evening sun on the outskirts of China's capital Beijing November 23, 2004. Open air billiard places can be found almost everywhere on the ouskirts of Beijing. Billiards is a very popular game in China. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/TW
PXP07D
RTRNKVT
May 10, 2003
Nepali porters play pool during a break in the Himalayan village of
Dunge, May 10, 2003. Today porters...
Dunge, Nepal
NEPALI PORTERS PLAY POOL DURING A BREAK IN THE VILLAGE OF DUNGE.
Nepali porters play pool during a break in the Himalayan village of
Dunge, May 10, 2003. Today porters do everything for money from
carrying goods up to remote villages or wealthy clients up on a chair.
They also fix ropes and ladders across perilous crevasses, clear the
route for climbers and carry their climbing paraphernalia.
REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski PP03050051

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RTRNHNN
September 30, 2001
AFGHAN REFUGEES PLAY POOL IN A MAKESHIFT BILLIARD HALL AT THE VILLAGE
SET UP FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES ON...
Islamabad, Pakistan
AFGHAN REFUGEES PLAY POOL IN A MAKESHIFT BILLIARD HALL AT THE VILLAGE
SET UP FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES ......
AFGHAN REFUGEES PLAY POOL IN A MAKESHIFT BILLIARD HALL AT THE VILLAGE
SET UP FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF ISLAMABAD.


Afghan refugees play pool in a makeshift billiard hall in the village
set up for Afghan refugees on the outskirts of Islamabad, September 30,
2001. The United Nations refugee agency had started identifying
emergency sites in Pakistan to house a possible influx of one million
Afghans fleeing the country. Pakistan is already home to more than two
million Afghans - including more than one million in the North West
Frontier Province. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski
WEATHER VENEZUELA RAINS
RTRTNJ0
December 25, 1999
Venezuelan children, flood victims, play pool in a refugee center in Caracas, December 25. Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
VENEZUELAN CHILDREN PLAY POOL IN A REFUGEE CENTER.
Venezuelan children, flood victims, play pool in a refugee center in Caracas, December 25. Venezuela is celebrating Christmas today as it tries to begin recovering from its deadliest natural disaster in the country's history which has left as many 30.000 people dead.

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IRAQ
RTRSV4S
December 01, 1999
Two Iraqi youth play a game of snooker December 1 in Baghdad below posters Saddam Hussein (R) and his...
Baghdad, Iraq
IRAQI YOUTHS PLAY SNOOKER IN BAGHDAD.
Two Iraqi youth play a game of snooker December 1 in Baghdad below posters Saddam Hussein (R) and his son Uday. After the imposition of sanctions against Iraq for the 1990 invasion of Kuwait the game of snooker spread and gained popularity in Iraq after the Gulf War, under the supervision of Uday, the eldest son of Saddam Hussein.

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CHINA
RTRQQPH
August 09, 1999
A group of Tibetan herders play a game of billiards as a flock of goats and horses graze on the pasture...
Xiangpi Mountain, China
A GROUP OF TIBETAN HERDERS SHOOT A GAME OF POOL ON XINAGPI MOUNTAIN IN QINGHAI.
A group of Tibetan herders play a game of billiards as a flock of goats and horses graze on the pasture above them near Xiangpi Mountain, in China's western Qinghai province. Qinghai is part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, also known as the "Roof of the world" where ethnic Tibetans make up 21 percent of the population. Picture taken 7AUG99.

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August 07, 1999
A group of Tibetan herders play a game of billiards as a flock of goats and horses graze on the pasture...
Xiangpi Mountain, China - Peoples Republic of
GROUP OF TIBETAN HERDERS SHOOT A GAME OF POOL ON XINAGPI MOUNTAIN IN
QINGHAI.
A group of Tibetan herders play a game of billiards as a flock of goats and horses graze on the pasture above them near Xiangpi Mountain, in China's western Qinghai province August 7, 1999. Qinghai is part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, also known as the "Roof of the world" where ethnic Tibetans make up 21 percent of the population. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport REUTERS/Natalie Behring
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CHINA SOLDIERS
RTRL8RB
January 24, 1999
People's Liberation Army soldiers shoot a game of pool outside their barracks in Beijing January 24....
Beijing, China
PEOPLE'S LIBERATION ARMY SOLDIERS PLAY POOL IN BEIJING.
People's Liberation Army soldiers shoot a game of pool outside their barracks in Beijing January 24. The 2.5 million-strong army has relinquished control of thousands of business enterprises as part of a Beijing-driven plan to stamp out corruption and to professionalise the armed forces.

NB/JIR
RTR2Z1W
April 11, 1997
Chinese men play a game of eight-ball at an outdoor pool hall in a Beijing neighbourhood April 6. Due...
China
CHINESE MEN PLAY EIGHT BALL IN BEIJING
Chinese men play a game of eight-ball at an outdoor pool hall in a Beijing neighbourhood April 6. Due to overcrowding in Beijing and other large Chinese cities, vast numbers of urban families live in one or two room flats, forcing them to find their entertainment outdoors. Pool is gaining popularity in China and outdoor scenes like this one are common where the quality of the table and cues matters less than the fun of the game.

CHINA
RTR2HG6
March 16, 1997
An Albanian rebel plays a game of pool with his assault rifle March 16 in the southern town of Memaliaj....
Albania
ALBANIAN REBEL PLAYS GAME OF POOL IN MEMALIAJ
An Albanian rebel plays a game of pool with his assault rifle March 16 in the southern town of Memaliaj. Banks, prisons, hotels, army barracks and government buildings have been burnt and looted plunging Albania into anarchy. President Sali Berisha, facing mounting criticism since the collapse of shady investment schemes into which thousands of Albanians had poured their saving, defied demands from southern rebels that he should quit.

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