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EXXON MOBIL-FLARING/
RTSFHSY9 
January 20, 2023 
Stefanie Asher, Technology Integration manager at Exxon Mobil, looks on at the company's new center to... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Exxon eliminates routine flaring in the Permian 
Stefanie Asher, Technology Integration manager at Exxon Mobil, looks on at the company's new center to monitor methane emissions as her team works to expand the remote monitoring to 700 sites in the Permian, from 17 today, in Houston, Texas, U.S., January 20, 2023. REUTERS/Sabrina Valle 
ENERGY-CRISIS/TOURISM-IBERIA
RTSDLSL3 
November 09, 2022 
Victor Varlamov and his wife Nataly Ludina work remotely from their home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Victor Varlamov and his wife Nataly Ludina work remotely from their home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria... 
Victor Varlamov and his wife Nataly Ludina work remotely from their home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, on the island of Gran Canaria, Spain, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
ENERGY-CRISIS/TOURISM-IBERIA
RTSDLSL7 
November 09, 2022 
50-year-old Russian Victor Varlamov works remotely from Las Canteras Beach Avenue in Las Palmas de Gran... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
50-year-old Victor Varlamov works remotely from Las Canteras Beach Avenue in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria... 
50-year-old Russian Victor Varlamov works remotely from Las Canteras Beach Avenue in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, on the island of Gran Canaria, Spain, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
ENERGY-CRISIS/TOURISM-IBERIA
RTSDLSL6 
November 09, 2022 
50-year-old Russian Victor Varlamov works remotely from his home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, on the... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
50-year-old Victor Varlamov works remotely from his home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 
50-year-old Russian Victor Varlamov works remotely from his home in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, on the island of Gran Canaria, Spain, November 9, 2022. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
MEXICO-GENTRIFICATION/
RTSB6UCM 
September 09, 2022 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexico City wrestles with influx of remote U.S. workers 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico City, Mexico, September 9, 2022. REUTERS/Raquel Cunha 
MEXICO-GENTRIFICATION/
RTSB6UCK 
September 09, 2022 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexico City wrestles with influx of remote U.S. workers 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico City, Mexico, September 9, 2022. REUTERS/Raquel Cunha 
MEXICO-GENTRIFICATION/
RTSB6UCJ 
September 09, 2022 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Mexico City wrestles with influx of remote U.S. workers 
People work at the coffee shop Don Porfirio in front of the Bellas Artes Palace in the downtown of Mexico City, Mexico, September 9, 2022. REUTERS/Raquel Cunha 
SPAIN-DEPOPULATION/SCHOOL
RTS9AJXY 
June 13, 2022 
Eloy Moliner, 12, Achraf Labriyaj, 10, Youssef el Hadri, 9, Ismael Labriyaj, 12, walk with their teacher... 
PITARQUE, Spain 
Rural school closes down in one of the least populated regions of the European Union 
Eloy Moliner, 12, Achraf Labriyaj, 10, Youssef el Hadri, 9, Ismael Labriyaj, 12, walk with their teacher Alberto Toro during class in Pitarque, Teruel, one of the least populated regions of the European Union, June 13, 2022. Only four children kept the school open in the remote village, but with two of them moving away, the school is being closed down. "It's going to be hard working somewhere else. A colleague told me that it's like taking Robinson Crusoe out of the island", Toro says. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPACE-EXPLORATION/NASA-AXIOM
RTS6VRIM 
April 07, 2022 
Photographers work on remote cameras in preparation for the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 with the Crew... 
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES 
Photographers work on remote cameras in preparation for the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 with the Crew... 
Photographers work on remote cameras in preparation for the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 with the Crew Dragon capsule on the first private astronaut mission to the International Space Station, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, U.S., April 7, 2022. REUTERS/Steve Nesius 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS4Q8OZ 
January 21, 2022 
Before she heads out to work, Ms, Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School,... 
Louisville, UNITED STATES 
Ms. Martinez, a teacher at Iroquois High School, juggles between hers and her children's classes during... 
Before she heads out to work, Ms, Leila E. Martinez, a Puerto Rican math teacher at Iroquois High School, asks her son, Jose Rodriguez Martinez, to get ready to start his online classes, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. January 21, 2022, after students have gone remote a the second week as cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant continue to surge and the untenable staffing numbers in schools. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47B02 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov pose in front of their dowry during... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov pose in front of their dowry during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47B03 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim women look at the dowry for the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim women look at the dowry for the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47B01 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim women look at the dowry for the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim women look at the dowry for the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AXF 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim women watch as guests dance at the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim women watch as guests dance at the wedding ceremony of Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AXH 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AXG 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov walk outside her house during their... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov walk outside her house during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AW4 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov welcome guests during their wedding... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova and her groom Kadri Kichukov welcome guests during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AUR 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova dances during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo,... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova dances during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AUQ 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AT5 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has makeup applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has makeup applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AT4 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova dances next to her groom Kadri Kichukov during their wedding ceremony... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova dances next to her groom Kadri Kichukov during their wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
BULGARIA-RELIGION/WEDDING
RTS47AT3 
January 02, 2022 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in... 
Ribnovo, Bulgaria 
Bulgarian Muslims hold winter marriage ceremony 
Bulgarian Muslim bride Kimile Avdinova has make-up applied to her face during her wedding ceremony in the village of Ribnovo, in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria, January 2, 2022. The remote mountain village of Ribnovo in southwest Bulgaria has kept its traditional winter marriage ceremony alive despite decades of Communist persecution, followed by poverty that forced many men to seek work abroad. The wedding ritual was resurrected with vigour among the Pomaks - Slavs who converted to Islam under Ottoman rule. The highlight of the ceremony is the painting of the bride's face, where in a private rite open only to female in-laws, her face is covered in thick, chalky white paint and decorated with colourful sequins. Picture taken January 2, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS3M53L 
December 10, 2021 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 10, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS3M53N 
December 10, 2021 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 10, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS3M4MF 
December 10, 2021 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 10, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTS3M4MG 
December 10, 2021 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during a remote school session at home as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 10, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLG17T 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLG17U 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLG17S 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLG0H6 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday, as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLG06J 
December 09, 2021 
Jolli Phillips raises her hand to ask a question as she works on a math problem during the first class... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Jolli Phillips raises her hand to ask a question as she works on a math problem during the first class of the day at the Bates Academy on Thursday, as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLFZA2 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLFZA1 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EDUCATION
RTXLFZ1F 
December 09, 2021 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Children in Michigan attend school ahead of remote days on Friday 
Fifth-grader Jolli Phillips works on a math problem during the first class of the day on Thursday as schools in the state institute remote school days for Fridays to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., December 9, 2021. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE
RTXHLU7P 
September 16, 2021 
A woman works in the fields at Komic village in Lahaul and Spiti district in the Himalayan state of Himachal... 
KOMIC, India 
The Wider Image: Doctors scale rockslides, invoke gods to vaccinate Himalayan villages 
A woman works in the fields at Komic village in Lahaul and Spiti district in the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh, India, September 16, 2021. Despite the hostile terrain, the northern state of Himachal Pradesh became the first in India to administer at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose in all its adults. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi SEARCH "REMOTE VILLAGERS VACCINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPKP 
September 01, 2021 
A man drinks the water produced by ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air,... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
A man drinks the water produced by ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air,... 
A man drinks the water produced by ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPKQ 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPI6 
September 01, 2021 
Water drips from a tap of the ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Water drips from a tap of the ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in... 
Water drips from a tap of the ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPI4 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPFS 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work harsh environments such as during space flights or even Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPFT 
September 01, 2021 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy,... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy,... 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, is seen in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPEG 
September 01, 2021 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy,... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, that was invented by Mahmoud... 
The ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, is pictured in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPC5 
September 01, 2021 
A man drinks the water produced from ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air,... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
A man drinks water produced from ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air,... 
A man drinks the water produced from ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, invented by Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
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RTXGPPC4 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPPC3 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth's, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
EGYPT-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXGPNQO 
September 01, 2021 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Alexandria, Egypt 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled... 
Mahmoud El-Komy, a 27-year-old Egyptian mechatronics engineer, stands beside ELU, a remote-controlled robot that can extract water from the air, in Borg Al Arab desert, Alexandria, Egypt September 1, 2021. El-Komy says the robot is able to condense moisture from humidity and would have the ability to work in environments that are more difficult than Earth, such as during space flights or even on Mars. Picture taken September 1, 2021. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany 
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES-2021
RTXKVSX7 
August 22, 2021 
A firefighter works as the Caldor Fire burns in Grizzly Flats, California, U.S., August 22, 2021. Reuters... 
GRIZZLY FLATS, UNITED STATES 
Pictures of the Year: A Picture and its Story 
A firefighter works as the Caldor Fire burns in Grizzly Flats, California, U.S., August 22, 2021. Reuters photographer Fred Greaves: "As a photographer covering wildfires in California, 2021 was one of the most challenging years that I can remember. A severe multi-year drought along with sustained hot and windy weather created multiple “mega-fires” that were unpredictable and quickly consumed hundreds of square miles. It can take hours to navigate around large wildfires in remote areas, so proper planning is critical to make sure you are in the right place. I also have to wear safety equipment and check on weather conditions and local fire activity so I don’t become trapped. Firefighters were conducting a nighttime controlled burn to clear brush out after temperatures cooled and the wind had died down to protect homes that were potentially in the path of the Caldor Fire in Northern California. They lit backfires at the base of a hill, expecting it would burn at a moderate pace. Instead, the flames quickly raced up the side of the hill, creating the swirling curtain of fire that silhouetted one of the firefighters. It was yet another example of the unpredictable nature of wildfires." REUTERS/Fred Greaves/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORIES 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0I 
July 23, 2021 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States and Olga Paul, 34, from Germany, work remotely from Las Palmas De... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States and Olga Paul, 34, from Germany, work remotely from Las Palmas De... 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States and Olga Paul, 34, from Germany, work remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0H 
July 23, 2021 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0G 
July 23, 2021 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, relaxes in hammock,... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, relaxes in hammock, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0F 
July 23, 2021 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0E 
July 23, 2021 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0D 
July 23, 2021 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, who works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, relaxes, amid... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Olga Paul, a 34-year-old from Germany, who works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, relaxes, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0C 
July 23, 2021 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Alex Swaton, 30, from United States works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WORKCATION
RTXF1P0B 
July 23, 2021 
Alex Swaton, 30, from the United States, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus... 
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain 
Alex Swaton, 30, from the United States, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria 
Alex Swaton, 30, from the United States, works remotely from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Gran Canaria, Spain July 23, 2021. Alex in his spare time practices sports. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez 
TECH-REMOTE/WORKERS
RTXECZJD 
July 09, 2021 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the... 
Tulsa, UNITED STATES 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, works in her apartment in Tulsa 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, works in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Nick Oxford 
TECH-REMOTE/WORKERS
RTXECZJC 
July 09, 2021 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the... 
Tulsa, UNITED STATES 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, works in her apartment in Tulsa 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, works in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Nick Oxford 
TECH-REMOTE/WORKERS
RTXECZJB 
July 09, 2021 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the... 
Tulsa, UNITED STATES 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, works in her apartment in Tulsa 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, works in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Nick Oxford 
TECH-REMOTE/WORKERS
RTXECZJ9 
July 09, 2021 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the... 
Tulsa, UNITED STATES 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, takes a break on her balcony while working... 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, takes a break on her balcony while working from home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Nick Oxford 
TECH-REMOTE/WORKERS
RTXECZJ8 
July 09, 2021 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the... 
Tulsa, UNITED STATES 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup, works in her apartment in Tulsa 
Jaleesa Garland, a marketing manager at an e-commerce startup who relocated from the Bay Area at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, works in her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., July 9, 2021. REUTERS/Nick Oxford 
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