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FRANCE-POLITICS/VOTE
RTX2E1ZK
May 12, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is kissed by French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (L) after France's...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls kisses French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri after a no-confidence...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is kissed by French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (L) after France's Socialist government survived a parliament no-confidence vote called by opposition conservatives after it this week resorted to a decree to bypass opposition to a flagship labour reform bill at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/VOTE
RTX2E1ZF
May 12, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (R) kisses French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (L) after France's...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls kisses French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri after a no-confidence...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (R) kisses French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (L) after France's Socialist government survived a parliament no-confidence vote called by opposition conservatives after it this week resorted to a decree to bypass opposition to a flagship labour reform bill at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTX2E04N
May 12, 2016
A gagged youth with the numbers, "49-3" attends a demonstration against the French labour law in Paris,...
Paris, France
A gagged youth with the numbers, "49-3" attends a demonstration against the French labour law in Paris...
A gagged youth with the numbers, "49-3" attends a demonstration against the French labour law in Paris, France, May 12, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTX2E03Y
May 12, 2016
French CGT trade union general secretary Philippe Martinez (C) attends a demonstration against the French...
Paris, France
French CGT trade union general secretary Philippe Martinez attends a demonstration against the French...
French CGT trade union general secretary Philippe Martinez (C) attends a demonstration against the French labour law in Paris, France, May 12, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DOJW
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DOJV
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DOA7
May 10, 2016
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri reacts during the questions to the government session at the...
Paris, France
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri reacts during the questions to the government session at the...
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri reacts during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO94
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls prepares to answer deputies during the questions to the government...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls prepares to answer deputies during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO8Q
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO8L
May 10, 2016
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the...
Paris, France
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the...
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO8J
May 10, 2016
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the...
Paris, France
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the...
French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO81
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO7R
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO7A
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (R) attend the questions...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri attend the questions to...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (R) attend the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO4K
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO4G
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reacts before announcing the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO2O
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO2N
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces the decision to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-POLITICS/REFORMS
RTX2DO2E
May 10, 2016
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (R) react at at the...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri react to the announcement...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (L) and French Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri (R) react at at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 10, 2016. France's government decided on Tuesday to bypass parliament and impose a relaxation of the country's protective labour laws by decree, using article 49.3 of the French constitution, pushing through a labour reform bill. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KENYA-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX29XYK
April 14, 2016
Motorists drive from the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national...
Nairobi, Kenya
Motorists drive from the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national...
Motorists drive from the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya March 4, 2016. Picture taken March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX29XYA
April 14, 2016
Motorists drive on the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national...
Nairobi, Kenya
Motorists drive on the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national...
Motorists drive on the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya March 4, 2016. Picture taken March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX29XXF
April 14, 2016
A motorcyclist rides along a completed section of the Southern bypass road which is still under construction...
Nairobi, Kenya
A motorcyclist rides along a completed section of the Southern bypass road which is still under construction...
A motorcyclist rides along a completed section of the Southern bypass road which is still under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya March 4, 2016. Picture taken March 4, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9NX6
March 07, 2016
A Mercedes truck drives from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Mercedes truck drives from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national...
A Mercedes truck drives from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. . REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJB
March 04, 2016
Labourers construct the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Labourers construct the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Labourers construct the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya?
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJA
March 04, 2016
A worker covers a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
A worker covers a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
A worker covers a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya?
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJ4
March 04, 2016
A worker controls traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
A worker controls traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
A worker controls traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJ3
March 04, 2016
Contractors are seen at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
Contractors are seen at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National...
Contractors are seen at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya?
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJ2
March 04, 2016
A plane flies over traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
A plane flies over traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
A plane flies over traffic along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya?
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJ1
March 04, 2016
A labourer works at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park...
Nairobi, Kenya
A labourer works at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park...
A labourer works at the construction site of the Southern bypass road next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BJ0
March 04, 2016
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BIY
March 04, 2016
Traffic flows from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
Traffic flows from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya's...
Traffic flows from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi national park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BIX
March 04, 2016
A general view shows construction along the Southern bypass road to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's...
Nairobi, Kenya
A general view shows construction along the Southern bypass road to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's...
A general view shows construction along the Southern bypass road to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya?
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BIV
March 04, 2016
A truck joins the main Mombasa road from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A truck joins the main Mombasa road from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi...
A truck joins the main Mombasa road from the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-TRANSPORT/
RTS9BIU
March 04, 2016
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Nairobi, Kenya
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National...
Workers construct a culvert along the Southern bypass road under construction next to the Nairobi National Park in Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 4, 2016. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Ministry of Transport agreed to cut off about 53 acres of land from the Nairobi National Park to allow for completion of the 28 kms Nairobi Southern bypass road project. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20C43
December 28, 2015
Bypassers survey the damaeged Landmark at the Lake Village West apartment complex after a tornado in...
Garland, UNITED STATES
Bypassers survey the damaeged Landmark at the Lake Village West apartment complex after a tornado in...
Bypassers survey the damaeged Landmark at the Lake Village West apartment complex after a tornado in Garland, Texas, December 28, 2015. In Texas, at least 11 people were killed in the Dallas area over the weekend by tornadoes, including one packing winds of up to 200 miles per hour (322 km per hour). The twister hit the city of Garland, killing eight people and blowing vehicles off highways. REUTERS/Todd Yates
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTX1X5X4
December 04, 2015
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 4, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital...
Madrid, Spain
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 4, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70 km/h, down from 90 km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to control air pollution which has cloaked the city with brown smog. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTX1X0P7
December 03, 2015
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 3, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital...
Madrid, Spain
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid
Smog is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 3, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70 km/h, down from 90 km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to control air pollution which has cloaked the city with brown smog. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTX1WZVY
December 03, 2015
Smog is seen as people walk on a pedestrian bridge in Madrid, Spain, December 3, 2015. The local government...
Madrid, Spain
Smog is seen as people walk on a pedestrian bridge in Madrid
Smog is seen as people walk on a pedestrian bridge in Madrid, Spain, December 3, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70 km/h, down from 90 km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to control air pollution which has cloaked the city with brown smog for several days. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN-POLLUTION
RTX1WSJP
December 02, 2015
Pollution is seen over the Barajas airport and Four Towers Business Area in Madrid, Spain, December 2,...
Madrid, Spain
Pollution is seen over the Barajas airport and Four Towers Business Area in Madrid
Pollution is seen over the Barajas airport and Four Towers Business Area in Madrid, Spain, December 2, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70km/h, down from 90km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to control air pollution which has cloaked the city with brown smog. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTX1WSI8
December 02, 2015
Pollution is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 2, 2015. The local government of the Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
Pollution is seen over the city of Madrid
Pollution is seen over the city of Madrid, Spain, December 2, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70km/h, down from 90km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attemp to control air pollution which has cloaked the city with brown smog. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTS6MFQ
November 12, 2015
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November...
Madrid, Spain
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November 12, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70km/h, down from 90km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to curb pollution. The measure began at 6am (0500 GMT) on Thursday. The words on the displays read in Spanish, "M30- Access Speed Limited" (R), and "due to high pollution". REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTS6MFO
November 12, 2015
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November...
Madrid, Spain
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November 12, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70km/h, down from 90km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to curb pollution. The measure began at 6am (0500 GMT) on Thursday. The words on the display read in Spanish, "M30- Access Speed Limited". REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-POLLUTION/
RTS6MFN
November 12, 2015
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November...
Madrid, Spain
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid
Vehicles travel through M30 bypass under a display showing the speed limit in Madrid, Spain, November 12, 2015. The local government of the Spanish capital imposed a speed limit of 70km/h, down from 90km/h, in the main bypass of the city in an attempt to curb pollution. The measure began at 6am (0500GMT) on Thursday. The words on the display read in Spanish, "M30- Access Speed Limited". REUTERS/Sergio Perez
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JUB
October 15, 2015
A child squats on the ground as her mother works to extract crude oil by hand on the seashore in Kyaukpyu...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Child squats on the ground as her mother works to extract crude oil by hand on the seashore in Kyaukpyu...
A child squats on the ground as her mother works to extract crude oil by hand on the seashore in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 5, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 5. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JTJ
October 15, 2015
A jetty for oil tankers is seen on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7,...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Jetty for oil tankers is seen on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar
A jetty for oil tankers is seen on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JTH
October 15, 2015
Workers walk on a road as China's oil pipeline project is seen in the background on Madae island, Kyaukpyu...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Workers walk on a road as China's oil pipeline project is seen in the background on Madae island, Kyaukpyu...
Workers walk on a road as China's oil pipeline project is seen in the background on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JSU
October 15, 2015
Oil tanks are seen at China's oil pipeline project on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Oil tanks are seen at China's oil pipeline project on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Oil tanks are seen at China's oil pipeline project on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JS4
October 15, 2015
A boy runs barefoot as he plays in front of a clinic which was donated by China's oil pipeline project...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Boy runs barefoot as he plays in front of a clinic which was donated by China's oil pipeline project...
A boy runs barefoot as he plays in front of a clinic which was donated by China's oil pipeline project on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JRE
October 15, 2015
Men play cards after working to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Men play cards after working to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine...
Men play cards after working to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 6, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 6. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JR9
October 15, 2015
Men carry a machine as a man walks behind them with a container of crude oil at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain)...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Men carry a machine as a man walks behind them with a container of crude oil at Yaynan Taung in Kyaukpyu...
Men carry a machine as a man walks behind them with a container of crude oil at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 6, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 6. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JQN
October 15, 2015
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 6, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 6. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JQA
October 15, 2015
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar
Men work to extract crude oil by hand at Yaynan Taung (Oil Mountain) in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 6, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 6. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JKV
October 15, 2015
Men work at the process of extracting crude oil on the seashore in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Men work at the process of extracting crude oil on the seashore in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state,...
Men work at the process of extracting crude oil on the seashore in Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 5, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 5. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JJN
October 15, 2015
Local residents' houses are seen in front of the buildings of the Chinese oil pipeline project (pink...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Local residents' houses are seen in front of the buildings of the Chinese oil pipeline project on Madae...
Local residents' houses are seen in front of the buildings of the Chinese oil pipeline project (pink roof) on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-ELECTION/CHINA
RTS4JHY
October 15, 2015
A worker looks out from a boat window at a jetty on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar...
Kyaukphyu, Myanmar
Worker looks out from a boat window at a jetty on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar...
A worker looks out from a boat window at a jetty on Madae island, Kyaukpyu township, Rakhine state, Myanmar October 7, 2015. China is taking steps to protect its most strategic investments in Myanmar - twin oil and gas pipelines and a deep sea port - ahead of an unpredictable election in the Southeast Asian nation next month. The fishing town of Kyaukpyu, racked by violence three years ago between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, is at the heart of China's drive for new resources and trade routes. In particular, new oil and gas pipelines from Kyaukpyu connect China's southwestern province of Yunnan directly with the Indian Ocean, bypassing the narrow Malacca Strait, where a strong U.S. naval presence has long worried Chinese policymakers. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
AUTOS-HONDA/
RTS1HQY
September 17, 2015
The new 2016 Honda Civic is unveiled in Detroit, Michigan September 16, 2015. Honda Motor Co unveiled...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
The new 2016 Honda Civic unveiled in Detroit Michigan
The new 2016 Honda Civic is unveiled in Detroit, Michigan September 16, 2015. Honda Motor Co unveiled the tenth generation of its Civic small car Wednesday, aiming to reinvigorate its best-selling model at a time when many consumers are bypassing small sedans for sport utility vehicles. REUTERS/Joe White
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTX1HV77
June 26, 2015
A Palestinian woman tries to bypass others as they make their way to attend the second Friday prayer...
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian woman tries to bypass others at an Israeli checkpoint in the West bank city of Bethlehem...
A Palestinian woman tries to bypass others as they make their way to attend the second Friday prayer of Ramadan in Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, at an Israeli checkpoint in the West bank city of Bethlehem June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma
MARKET-GRAINS/
RTX1BPYN
May 05, 2015
Sayeda Hassan, 30, carries freshly harvested wheat in a field in Qaha, El-Kalubia governorate, northeast...
KAHA, Egypt
Sayeda Hassan, 30, carries freshly harvested wheat in a field in Qaha, El-Kalubia governorate, northeast...
Sayeda Hassan, 30, carries freshly harvested wheat in a field in Qaha, El-Kalubia governorate, northeast of Cairo, May 5, 2015. Egypt on Tuesday said it bought Russian and Romanian wheat in its latest deal that totaled 120,000 tonnes, again bypassing U.S. offerings. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
MARKET-GRAINS/
RTX1BPYM
May 05, 2015
Amin Hassan (L) and his sister Sayeda carry wheat crops at their mother's field during a harvest in Qaha...
KAHA, Egypt
Amin Hassan and his sister Sayeda carry wheat crops at their mother's field during a harvest in Qaha
Amin Hassan (L) and his sister Sayeda carry wheat crops at their mother's field during a harvest in Qaha at El-Kalubia governorate, northeast of Cairo, May 5, 2015. Egypt on Tuesday said it bought Russian and Romanian wheat in its latest deal that totaled 120,000 tonnes, again bypassing U.S. offerings. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
MARKET-GRAINS/
RTX1BPYL
May 05, 2015
Doaa Amin, 14, looks through stalks of wheat in her grandfather's field in Qaha, El-Kalubia governorate,...
KAHA, Egypt
Doaa Amin, 14, looks through stalks of wheat in her grandfather's field in Qaha
Doaa Amin, 14, looks through stalks of wheat in her grandfather's field in Qaha, El-Kalubia governorate, northeast of Cairo, May 5, 2015. Egypt on Tuesday said it bought Russian and Romanian wheat in its latest deal that totaled 120,000 tonnes, again bypassing U.S. offerings. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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