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HAITI/
RTR3GCZX
March 09, 2014
Roman Catholic faithful pray during the first mass by Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois since being...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Roman Catholic faithful pray during the first mass by Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois since being...
Roman Catholic faithful pray during the first mass by Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in January, in the Sylvio Cator stadium in Port-au-Prince March 9, 2014. Langlois, 55, is the first cardinal ever from Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, where according to the World Bank some 80 percent of the rural population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: RELIGION)
HAITI/
RTR3GCZC
March 09, 2014
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in January, to thousands of Roman Catholic faithful in the Sylvio Cator stadium in Port-au-Prince March 9, 2014. Langlois, 55, is the first cardinal ever from Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, where according to the World Bank some 80 percent of the rural population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: RELIGION)
HAITI/
RTR3GCZB
March 09, 2014
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in January, to thousands of Roman Catholic faithful in the Sylvio Cator stadium in Port-au-Prince March 9, 2014. Langlois, 55, is the first cardinal ever from Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, where according to the World Bank some 80 percent of the rural population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: RELIGION)
HAITI/
RTR3GCZA
March 09, 2014
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in...
Haitian Archbishop Chibly Langlois gives his first mass since being named cardinal by Pope Francis in January, to thousands of Roman Catholic faithful in the Sylvio Cator stadium in Port-au-Prince March 9, 2014. Langlois, 55, is the first cardinal ever from Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, where according to the World Bank some 80 percent of the rural population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Marie Arago (HAITI - Tags: RELIGION)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX10J8O
June 11, 2013
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate...
Manila, Philippines
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate...
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate in Manila's Makati financial district June 11, 2013. The Philippines is accusing China of encroachment after three Chinese ships, including a naval frigate, converged just 5 nautical miles from an old transport ship that Manila ran aground on a reef in 1999 to mark its territory. Philippine officials say they fear the Chinese ships will block supplies to about a dozen Filipino marines stationed in abject conditions on the rusting ship, raising tensions over one of Asia's biggest security issues. The area, known as Second Thomas Shoal, is a strategic gateway to Reed Bank, believed to be rich in oil and natural gas. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS MARITIME)
PHILIPPINES/
RTX10J8M
June 11, 2013
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate...
Manila, Philippines
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate...
Dozens of activists wearing fish-shaped cardboard hats stage a protest outside the Chinese consulate in Manila's Makati financial district June 11, 2013. The Philippines is accusing China of encroachment after three Chinese ships, including a naval frigate, converged just 5 nautical miles from an old transport ship that Manila ran aground on a reef in 1999 to mark its territory. Philippine officials say they fear the Chinese ships will block supplies to about a dozen Filipino marines stationed in abject conditions on the rusting ship, raising tensions over one of Asia's biggest security issues. The area, known as Second Thomas Shoal, is a strategic gateway to Reed Bank, believed to be rich in oil and natural gas. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS MARITIME)
PHILIPPINES
RTX10J8F
June 11, 2013
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest by dozens of activists outside the Chinese consulate...
Manila, Philippines
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest by dozens of activists outside the Chinese consulate...
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest by dozens of activists outside the Chinese consulate in Manila's Makati financial district June 11, 2013. The Philippines is accusing China of encroachment after three Chinese ships, including a naval frigate, converged just 5 nautical miles from an old transport ship that Manila ran aground on a reef in 1999 to mark its territory. Philippine officials say they fear the Chinese ships will block supplies to about a dozen Filipino marines stationed in abject conditions on the rusting ship, raising tensions over one of Asia's biggest security issues. The area, known as Second Thomas Shoal, is a strategic gateway to Reed Bank, believed to be rich in oil and natural gas. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS MARITIME)
OLY-BADM-BDWDOB-GROUP-DAY4/ (UPDATE1)
RTR35SCY
July 31, 2012
Tournament referee Torsten Berg (2nd L) speaks to players from China and South Korea during their women's...
London, United Kingdom
Tournament referee Torsten Berg speaks to players from China and South Korea during their women's doubles...
Tournament referee Torsten Berg (2nd L) speaks to players from China and South Korea during their women's doubles group play stage Group A badminton match during the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Wembley Arena July 31, 2012. Tournament officials are investigating a women's badminton doubles match between China and South Korea at the London Games on Tuesday after both teams appeared determined to lose. Spectator displeasure and referee intervention did nothing to encourage the Chinese pair of Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli and South Korean duo Jung Kyung-eun and Kim Ha-na to raise their game, a dead rubber at the Wembley Arena. Both teams, who have already qualified for the quarter-finals, delivered an abject performance that saw all four players miss routine shots throughout. From left: South Korea's Kim Ha-na, Jung Kyung-eun, China's Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT BADMINTON SPORT OLYMPICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DHT
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma man smiles as he carries pieces of wood to build a house in Craica slum at Romania's northern...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma man smiles as he carries pieces of wood to build a house in Craica slum at Romania's northern...
An ethnic Roma man smiles as he carries pieces of wood to build a house in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DHM
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma people walk in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma people walk in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare
Ethnic Roma people walk in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DHC
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma man walks down the stairs of a building at a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood in Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma man walks down the stairs of a building at a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood in Romania's...
An ethnic Roma man walks down the stairs of a building at a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DH8
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma boy plays near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma boy plays near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
An ethnic Roma boy plays near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DGZ
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma children sit on the parapet of an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma children sit on the parapet of an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood...
Ethnic Roma children sit on the parapet of an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DGS
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma children play near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma children play near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
Ethnic Roma children play near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DGF
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma people are seen in their house at Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma people are seen in their house at Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare
Ethnic Roma people are seen in their house at Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DG4
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma children are seen near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma children are seen near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's...
Ethnic Roma children are seen near an apartment block in a wall surrounded Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DFS
June 29, 2012
A family of ethnic Roma people is seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km...
Bucharest, Romania
A family of ethnic Roma people is seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare
A family of ethnic Roma people is seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DFJ
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles)...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DF8
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles)...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare
Ethnic Roma people are seen in Craica slum in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DET
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma woman sits in front of her house in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare,...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma woman sits in front of her house in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare...
An ethnic Roma woman sits in front of her house in Craica slum at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DEA
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma man carries his child after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma man carries his child after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town...
An ethnic Roma man carries his child after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DDW
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma man stands in front of an electoral poster of Catalin Chereches, mayor of Romania's northern...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma man stands in front of an electoral poster of Chereches, mayor of Romania's northern town...
An ethnic Roma man stands in front of an electoral poster of Catalin Chereches, mayor of Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in the northern Romanian town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DDC
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma woman looks into a mirror after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma woman looks into a mirror after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
An ethnic Roma woman looks into a mirror after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DD6
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma man sits beside his nephew after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma man sits beside his nephew after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
An ethnic Roma man sits beside his nephew after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DCY
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma men are seen after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare,...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma men are seen after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare...
Ethnic Roma men are seen after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DCO
June 29, 2012
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's...
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DCI
June 29, 2012
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's...
Bucharest, Romania
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's...
A pregnant ethnic Roma woman holds her child after being rehoused at the Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DC1
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma child looks out from a building in a Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma child looks out from a building in a Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of...
An ethnic Roma child looks out from a building in a Roma neighbourhood at Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34DBJ
June 29, 2012
Ethnic Roma children play on the wall that surround a Roma neighbourhood in Romania's northern town of...
Bucharest, Romania
Ethnic Roma children play on the wall that surround a Roma neighbourhood in Romania's northern town of...
Ethnic Roma children play on the wall that surround a Roma neighbourhood in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, June 19, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 19, 2012. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34D5C
June 29, 2012
An ethnic Roma child looks through a window after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
Bucharest, Romania
An ethnic Roma child looks through a window after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern...
An ethnic Roma child looks through a window after being rehoused at Cuprom offices in Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, 550 km (341 miles) northwest of Bucharest, in this picture taken June 18, 2012. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS IMMIGRATION)
ROMANIA-ROMA/
RTR34D49
June 29, 2012
Catalin Chereches, mayor of Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, gestures while speaking on the phone...
Baia Mare, Romania
Chereches, mayor of Baia Mare, gestures while speaking on the phone in his office in Baia Mare
Catalin Chereches, mayor of Romania's northern town of Baia Mare, gestures while speaking on the phone in his office in Baia Mare, 550 km northwest of Bucharest, in this picture taken June 18, 2012. Building a wall that closes in a Roma neighbourhood and rehousing families in a dilapidated communist-era office block have earned Chereches accusations of racism. But the actions have also helped the mayor to become the country's most popular local politician and shown how central Europe's lacklustre economies and widespread poverty can trigger radical solutions. Roma is a term for various groups who have migrated across Europe for centuries and are now the biggest ethnic minority in the European Union, most of them from countries like Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. There are an estimated 10 million across Europe and one in five lives in Romania. The vast majority live on the margins of society in abject poverty, which makes them easy targets in troubled times, and pro-democracy groups say post-communist governments in the region have not done enough to improve their plight. Picture taken June 18. To match Feature ROMANIA-ROMA/ REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS)
THAILAND/
RTR33F30
June 11, 2012
Rohingya living in Thailand hold a banner as they gather outside a United Nations (U.N.) building in...
Bangkok, Thailand
Rohingya living in Thailand hold a banner as they gather outside a United Nations building in Bangkok...
Rohingya living in Thailand hold a banner as they gather outside a United Nations (U.N.) building in Bangkok June 11, 2012. Northwest Myanmar was tense on Monday after sectarian violence engulfed its largest city at the weekend, with Reuters witnessing rival mobs of Muslims and Buddhists torching houses and police firing into the air to disperse crowds. The unrest might force Myanmar's reformist President Thein Sein, a former general, to confront an issue that human rights groups have criticised for years: the plight of thousands of stateless Rohingya Muslims who live along Myanmar's border with Bangladesh in abject conditions and are despised by many ethnic Rakhine, members of Myanmar's predominantly Buddhist majority. Around 50 Rohingya gathered in front of the U.N. office in Bangkok to submit their petition letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBERIA/
RTR2TSP8
November 09, 2011
Esther Ba, who says she is in her mid-60s, sits in an abandoned building where she lives with her daughter...
Monrovia, South Africa
Esther Ba sits in an abandoned building where she lives with her daughter and more than a dozen other...
Esther Ba, who says she is in her mid-60s, sits in an abandoned building where she lives with her daughter and more than a dozen other people in the capital Monrovia, November 9, 2011. Tuesday's disputed election was meant to draw a line under 14 years of fighting that ended in 2003. Tensions have flared however, and critics of incumbent and recent Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Africa's first freely elected female head of state, say progress in her first term was too slow and that much of the population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (LIBERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBERIA/
RTR2TSP7
November 09, 2011
Esther Ba, who says she is in her mid-60s, looks through a window of the abandoned building where she...
Monrovia, Liberia
Esther Ba looks through a window of the abandoned building where she lives with her daughter and more...
Esther Ba, who says she is in her mid-60s, looks through a window of the abandoned building where she lives with her daughter and more than a dozen other people in the capital Monrovia, November 9, 2011. Tuesday's disputed election was meant to draw a line under 14 years of fighting that ended in 2003. Tensions have flared however, and critics of incumbent and recent Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Africa's first freely elected female head of state, say progress in her first term was too slow and that much of the population lives in abject poverty. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (LIBERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA/
RTXRJ0E
December 06, 2009
A homeless family sits in front of wall graffiti in Mumbai December 6, 2009. Economic growth has changed...
Mumbai, India
A homeless family sits in front of wall graffiti in Mumbai
A homeless family sits in front of wall graffiti in Mumbai December 6, 2009. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. Many of India's billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA/
RTXRESR
December 03, 2009
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai December 3, 2009....
Mumbai, India
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai December 3, 2009. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. Many of India's billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-ROADS/PM
RTR1PZQ3
May 23, 2007
India's Union Minister for Rural Development Raghuvansh Prasad Singh speaks during the national conference...
New Delhi, India
India's Union Minister for Rural Development Singh speaks during the national conference and exposition...
India's Union Minister for Rural Development Raghuvansh Prasad Singh speaks during the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New Delhi May 23, 2007. India on Wednesday pledged to dramatically step up its spending on roads in rural areas, where the government wants to boost sluggish farm growth and raise hundreds of millions of people from abject poverty. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-ROADS/PM
RTR1PZPX
May 23, 2007
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives to attend the national conference and exposition on rural...
New Delhi, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh arrives to attend the national conference and exposition on rural roads in...
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives to attend the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New Delhi May 23, 2007. India on Wednesday pledged to dramatically step up its spending on roads in rural areas, where the government wants to boost sluggish farm growth and raise hundreds of millions of people from abject poverty. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-ROADS/PM
RTR1PZPV
May 23, 2007
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh attends the national conference and exposition on rural roads in...
New Delhi, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh attends the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New Delhi...
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh attends the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New Delhi May 23, 2007. India on Wednesday pledged to dramatically step up its spending on roads in rural areas, where the government wants to boost sluggish farm growth and raise hundreds of millions of people from abject poverty. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-ROADS/PM
RTR1PZPT
May 23, 2007
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks during the national conference and exposition on rural roads...
New Delhi, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh speaks during the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New...
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks during the national conference and exposition on rural roads in New Delhi May 23, 2007. India on Wednesday pledged to dramatically step up its spending on roads in rural areas, where the government wants to boost sluggish farm growth and raise hundreds of millions of people from abject poverty. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)
PHILIPPINES
RTR160FL
February 09, 2006
Filipino women protesters display an 'X' sign to symbolise their exasperation over the poverty, corruption...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino women protesters display 'X' sign during protest outside presidential palace in Manila
Filipino women protesters display an 'X' sign to symbolise their exasperation over the poverty, corruption and fraud that the Arroyo's administration has espoused during a protest outside the presidential palace in Manila February 9, 2006. Arroyo's removal from office is a precondition for the dispensation of justice to the poor victims of the stampede and the millions more who suffer from abject poverty daily, the protesters' statement said on Thursday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES
RTR160FK
February 09, 2006
Filipino protesters display a streamer with an 'X' on it to symbolise their exasperation over the poverty,...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino protesters display streamer during protest outside presidential palace in Manila
Filipino protesters display a streamer with an 'X' on it to symbolise their exasperation over the poverty, corruption and fraud that the Arroyo's administration has espoused during a protest outside the presidential palace in Manila February 9, 2006. Arroyo's removal from office is a precondition for the dispensation of justice to the poor victims of the stampede and the millions more who suffer from abject poverty daily, the protesters' statement said on Thursday. The streamer reads "I don't want Gloria anymore". REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES
RTR160FJ
February 09, 2006
Filipino protesters display a caricature of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo with an 'X'...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino protesters display caricature of Philippine President Arroyo outside presidential palace in...
Filipino protesters display a caricature of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo with an 'X' on it to symbolise their exasperation over the poverty, corruption and fraud that the Arroyo's administration has espoused during a protest outside the presidential palace in Manila February 9, 2006. Arroyo's removal from office is a precondition for the dispensation of justice to the poor victims of the stampede and the millions more who suffer from abject poverty daily, the protesters' statement said on Thursday. The caricature reads "I don't want her". REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
INDIA
RTXO6BN
February 01, 2006
A panoramic view of a runway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. [Economic growth...
Mumbai, India
A panoramic view of a runway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. [Economic .....
A panoramic view of a runway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. [Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz.] Picture taken on January 30, 2006.
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR15R8E
February 01, 2006
Indian men look at planes taking off from the runaway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
Indian men look at planes taking off from the runaway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR15R89
February 01, 2006
An aerial view of Mumbai city January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians,...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
An aerial view of Mumbai city January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR15R86
February 01, 2006
Indians relax at a promenade beside the sea, overlooking the main commercial area of India's financial...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
Indians relax at a promenade beside the sea, overlooking the main commercial area of India's financial hub in Mumbai January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR19GMQ
January 30, 2006
An aerial view of Mumbai city January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians,...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
An aerial view of Mumbai city January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR19GMM
January 30, 2006
Indians relax at a promenade beside the sea, overlooking the main commercial area of India's financial...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
Indians relax at a promenade beside the sea, overlooking the main commercial area of India's financial hub in Mumbai January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR19FXD
January 30, 2006
Indian men look at planes taking off from the runaway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
Indian men look at planes taking off from the runaway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Adeel Halim
INDIA CITY POOR
RTR19FLM
January 30, 2006
A panoramic view of a runway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. Economic growth...
Mumbai, India
To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR
A panoramic view of a runway adjoining hutments near the Mumbai airport January 30, 2006. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. More than a quarter of India's 311 rupee-billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. Picture taken on January 30, 2006. To accompany feature INDIA-CITY-POOR REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19HBX
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GVN
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GVJ
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GV1
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GUW
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz stands outside the venue for the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GUP
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GUM
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
ECONOMY G-20 WOLFOWITZ
RTR19GUB
October 15, 2005
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Xianghe, China
World Bank President Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz speaks to journalists during the G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Grand Epoch City in Xianghe of the Hebei province, about 100 km (62 miles) east of Beijing, October 15, 2005. Wolfowitz called on rich countries on Saturday to make painful concessions in world trade talks to help lift 1.2 billion people around the world out of abject poverty. Wolfowitz said the talks would fail unless all countries gave ground to reach an outline deal at a meeting in Hong Kong in December of the 148 member nations of the World Trade Organisation. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin
INDIA
RTXNSDR
September 19, 2005
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously...
Mumbai, India
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, .....
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. [About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture.]
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