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STORM-MICHAEL/RESCUE
RTX6GFIQ
October 25, 2018
After a fitful night of throbbing abdominal pain, curled up in a ball inside her hurricane-battered home...
FOUNTAIN, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Volunteers rush to aid survivors after Hurricane Michael
After a fitful night of throbbing abdominal pain, curled up in a ball inside her hurricane-battered home trying to wish away the agony, 21-year-old Angelena Sawyer could barely function, let alone tend to her infant daughter. Writhing in misery, Sawyer had no idea she was suffering from acute appendicitis. Neither did her parents nor her husband, Jacob Sibilia, fully realize the gravity of the situation as they coped with the larger crisis of surviving the aftermath of a natural disaster. A week already had passed since Hurricane Michael laid waste to rural Bay County, Florida, leaving Sawyer's family, like many others, essentially stranded without electricity, phone service or running water. They had little if any gasoline, a 3-month-old to care for, and Sawyer's stepmother, Jessica Melvin, was suffering from an infected foot injury. The turning point was a random visit that day by three disaster volunteers - Zach Smith, John Basehore and Robert Pepper - checking on residents door to door in the sparsely populated Florida Panhandle community of Fountain, northeast of Panama City. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "SNYDER SAWYER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: STORM-MICHAEL/RESCUE
STORM-MICHAEL/RESCUE
RTX6GCJ3
October 24, 2018
After a fitful night of throbbing abdominal pain, curled up in a ball inside her hurricane-battered home...
FOUNTAIN, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Volunteers rush to aid survivors after Hurricane Michael
After a fitful night of throbbing abdominal pain, curled up in a ball inside her hurricane-battered home trying to wish away the agony, 21-year-old Angelena Sawyer could barely function, let alone tend to her infant daughter. Writhing in misery, Sawyer had no idea she was suffering from acute appendicitis. Neither did her parents nor her husband, Jacob Sibilia, fully realize the gravity of the situation as they coped with the larger crisis of surviving the aftermath of a natural disaster. A week already had passed since Hurricane Michael laid waste to rural Bay County, Florida, leaving Sawyer's family, like many others, essentially stranded without electricity, phone service or running water. They had little if any gasoline, a 3-month-old to care for, and Sawyer's stepmother, Jessica Melvin, was suffering from an infected foot injury. The turning point was a random visit that day by three disaster volunteers - Zach Smith, John Basehore and Robert Pepper - checking on residents door to door in the sparsely populated Florida Panhandle community of Fountain, northeast of Panama City. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "SNYDER SAWYER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: STORM-MICHAEL/RESCUE
World Cup 2018
World Cup 2018
Agony for England
23 PICTURES
Pyeongchang Olympics 2018
Pyeongchang Olympics 2018
The many faces of Pyeongchang
54 PICTURES
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB2X
December 11, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety. I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable. When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story. I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
GLOBAL-POY/ISLAMIC-STATE
RTX3L9ZL
December 04, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
Pictures of the Year: The battle against Islamic State
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety. I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable. When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story. I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo SEARCH "POY IS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL-PICTURES
RTX3B194
July 11, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women, who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
A Picture and its Story: The battle for Mosul: urban warfare and civilian exodus
Displaced Iraqi women, who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety. I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable. When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story. I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File photo SEARCH "MOSUL PICTURES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL-PICTURES
RTX3B0ZV
July 11, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women, who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
A Picture and its Story: The battle for Mosul: urban warfare and civilian exodus
Displaced Iraqi women, who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety.Ê I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable.Ê When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story.Ê I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File photo SEARCH "MOSUL PICTURES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
RELIGION-EASTER/HONDURAS
RTX35LNE
April 14, 2017
Jesus Christ, played by local resident Tomas Izaguirre, lies on the floor during a Via Crucis representation...
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Jesus Christ, played by local resident Tomas Izaguirre, lies on the floor during a Via Crucis representation...
Jesus Christ, played by local resident Tomas Izaguirre, lies on the floor during a Via Crucis representation on Good Friday in Tegucigalpa, Honduras April 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
MONGOLIA-POLLUTION/
RTX2ZZYF
February 07, 2017
A protester wears a face mask and holds a banner during an anti-pollution protest in central Ulaanbaatar,...
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
The Wider Image: Mongolia's toxic smog
A protester wears a face mask and holds a banner during an anti-pollution protest in central Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia January 28, 2017. The banners read ÒSmoke-free Ulaanbaatar,Ó ÒNo More Agony for Ulaanbaatar,Ó ÒThe Solution to Reducing Air Pollution is Urban Development". REUTERS/B. Rentsendorj SEARCH "RENTSENDORJ POLLUTION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTSMEZQ
August 10, 2016
A woman shows the body of her son, who suffers a skin disease, at a camp for internally displaced people...
Sanaa, Yemen
A woman shows the body of her son, who suffers a skin disease, at a camp for internally displaced people...
A woman shows the body of her son, who suffers a skin disease, at a camp for internally displaced people near Sanaa, Yemen, August 10, 2016. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTSMEYX
August 10, 2016
A boy suffering from a skin disease stands at a camp for internally displaced people near Sanaa, Yemen,...
Sanaa, Yemen
boy suffering from a skin disease stands at a camp for internally displaced people near Sanaa, Yemen
A boy suffering from a skin disease stands at a camp for internally displaced people near Sanaa, Yemen, August 10, 2016. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
Rio Olympics 2016
Rio Olympics 2016
Agony of defeat
27 PICTURES
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTSEXAR
May 18, 2016
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to leave on a motorcycle during clashes with riot policemen...
Caracas, Venezuela
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to leave on a motorcycle during clashes with riot policemen...
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to leave on a motorcycle during clashes with riot policemen during a rally demanding a referendum to remove Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTSEVQW
May 18, 2016
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to go out during a clash with riot policemen in a rally...
Caracas, Venezuela
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to go out during a clash with riot policemen in a rally...
Opposition supporters affected by tear gas try to go out during a clash with riot policemen in a rally to demand a referendum to remove President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Marco Bello
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-RUSSIA
RTX22359
January 12, 2016
A boy reacts after being wounded following what activists said were three consecutive air strikes carried...
Idlib, Syria
A boy reacts after being wounded following what activists said were three consecutive air strikes carried...
A boy reacts after being wounded following what activists said were three consecutive air strikes carried out by the Russian air force, the last which hit an ambulance, at a field hospital in the rebel-controlled area of Maaret al-Numan town in Idlib province, Syria January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTS3MFZ
October 08, 2015
A migrant suffering from hypothermia reacts as refugees and migrants arrive on an overcrowded dinghy...
LESBOS, Greece
A migrant suffering from hypothermia reacts as refugees and migrants arrive on an overcrowded dinghy...
A migrant suffering from hypothermia reacts as refugees and migrants arrive on an overcrowded dinghy on the Greek island of Lesbos, after crossing a part of the Aegean Sea from the Turkish coast, October 8, 2015. Refugee and migrant arrivals to Greece this year will soon reach 400,000, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). REUTERS/Dimitris Michalakis
TRAVEL-EMIRATES/ART
RTR4VYL6
April 03, 2015
Mutual Agony created by Nadim Karam is seen outside the Christies office at the Dubai International Financial...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Mutual Agony created by Nadim Karam is seen outside the Christies office at the Dubai International Financial...
Mutual Agony created by Nadim Karam is seen outside the Christies office at the Dubai International Financial Center November 25, 2014. Thanks to oil revenues, the desert nation of seven emirates has been on an art-investing binge for three decades that has, for those with deep pockets, made it the region's prime fine art market. Picture taken November 25, 2014.
REUTERS/Caren Firouz
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR4P2FB
February 10, 2015
A broken chair is pictured near a checkpoint on the outskirts of Vuhlehirsk, eastern Ukraine February...
DONETSK REGION, Ukraine
A broken chair is pictured near a checkpoint on the outskirts of Vuhlehirsk, eastern Ukraine
A broken chair is pictured near a checkpoint on the outskirts of Vuhlehirsk, eastern Ukraine February 10, 2015. At the front in Vuhlehirsk, a small town captured by rebels last week, volleys of artillery crashed in both directions. The rebels are pushing to encircle government forces holding out in nearby Debaltseve, a rail hub that is the main rebel target. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
IRAQ-SECURITY/YAZIDIS-MOUNTAIN
RTR424NQ
August 12, 2014
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter...
FISHKHABOUR, Iraq
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter...
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter Iraq from Syria at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing in Fishkhabour, Dohuk province, August 10, 2014. Exhausted and terrorized, many of the Yazidis of northern Iraq who straggled into this Kurdish town after escaping the Islamic State deathtrap of Mount Sinjar recalled the agony of leaving relatives exposed on the mountain. The Yazidis were just one of the communities fleeing their villages from advancing Islamic State fighters who drove looted armored vehicles and fired machine guns and raised their black flag over towns across northwest Iraq in recent weeks. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Ari Jalal (IRAQ - Tags - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/YAZIDIS-MOUNTAIN
RTR424MZ
August 12, 2014
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter...
FISHKHABOUR, Iraq
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter...
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing the violence in the Iraqi town of Sinjar, re-enter Iraq from Syria at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing in Fishkhabour, Dohuk province, August 10, 2014. Exhausted and terrorized, many of the Yazidis of northern Iraq who straggled into this Kurdish town after escaping the Islamic State deathtrap of Mount Sinjar recalled the agony of leaving relatives exposed on the mountain. The Yazidis were just one of the communities fleeing their villages from advancing Islamic State fighters who drove looted armored vehicles and fired machine guns and raised their black flag over towns across northwest Iraq in recent weeks. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Ari Jalal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
World Cup 2014
World Cup 2014
Agony for Argentina - 14 Jul 2014
35 PICTURES
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCF6
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters during an election campaign event ahead of the upcoming election of the European Parliament in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCEV
May 15, 2014
A man sets up a stall of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) before an election...
Berlin, Germany
A man sets up a stall of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) before an election...
A man sets up a stall of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) before an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCES
May 15, 2014
Supporters listen during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Berlin, Germany
Supporters listen during election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Supporters listen during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCEI
May 15, 2014
Supporters applaud during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Berlin, Germany
Supporters applaud during election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Supporters applaud during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCEE
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke waves to supporters during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCED
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during election...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCEC
May 15, 2014
A man takes a pictures of the audience of an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative...
Berlin, Germany
A man takes a pictures of the audience of an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative...
A man takes a pictures of the audience of an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the eastern city of Brandenburg May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCEB
May 15, 2014
Supporters applaud during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Berlin, Germany
Supporters applaud during election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany...
Supporters applaud during an election campaign event of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCE9
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke arrives on stage...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke arrives on stage...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke arrives on stage to speak during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCE8
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during election...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCE5
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke (foreground) waves...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke (foreground) waves...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke (foreground) waves to supporters during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EUROPE-ELECTION/GERMANY-AFD
RTR3PCE4
May 15, 2014
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an...
Berlin, Germany
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during election...
The leader of Germany's eurosceptic party Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bernd Lucke speaks during an election campaign event in the eastern city of Brandenburg, May 14, 2014. Since the agony of just missing out on parliament seats in the German election last year, the leader of Germany's eurosceptic party has been branded a "salon fascist", seen 40 percent of his posters destroyed, and encountered protests wherever he goes. But Bernd Lucke, a 51-year-old economics professor, finally has the consolation of seeing his Alternative for Germany (AfD) climb to its highest ever poll rating of 7 percent - 10 days before Germans vote for the European Parliament, and enough to win a handful of seats. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MEXICO/
RTR3LVHP
April 19, 2014
An actor depicting Jesus Christ participates in a re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at...
Cancun, Mexico
An actor participates in a re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Cancun
An actor depicting Jesus Christ participates in a re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at Playa Delfines (Dolphin Beach) on Good Friday in Cancun, April 18, 2014. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION)
ITALY/
RTR3LSXU
April 18, 2014
The blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro,...
Verbicaro, Italy
Blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro...
The blood-covered leg of a penitent is seen during a procession through the streets in the town of Verbicaro, southern Italy April 18, 2014. The bleeding penitents walk in groups of three through the streets and stop in front of all churches and chapels in the town. The tradition began in the thirteenth century and serves as penitence for Christ's death.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/ARSENAL-WALCOTT
RTX174Y5
January 07, 2014
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
London, United Kingdom
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, January 4, 2014. Arsenal and England forward Walcott has been ruled out for at least six months after rupturing knee ligaments and will miss this year's World Cup, the club said on Monday. Photograph taken January 4, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/ARSENAL-WALCOTT
RTX174Y4
January 07, 2014
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
London, United Kingdom
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, January 4, 2014. Arsenal and England forward Walcott has been ruled out for at least six months after rupturing knee ligaments and will miss this year's World Cup, the club said on Monday. Photograph taken January 4, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/ARSENAL-WALCOTT
RTX174Y2
January 07, 2014
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
London, United Kingdom
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds shows his agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, January 4, 2014. Arsenal and England forward Walcott has been ruled out for at least six months after rupturing knee ligaments and will miss this year's World Cup, the club said on Monday. Photograph taken January 4, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) NO USE WITH UNAUTHORIZED AUDIO, VIDEO, DATA, FIXTURE LISTS, CLUB/LEAGUE LOGOS OR "LIVE" SERVICES. ONLINE IN-MATCH USE LIMITED TO 45 IMAGES, NO VIDEO EMULATION. NO USE IN BETTING, GAMES OR SINGLE CLUB/LEAGUE/PLAYER PUBLICATIONS
SOCCER-ENGLAND/ARSENAL-WALCOTT
RTX174XZ
January 07, 2014
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds his knee in agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
London, United Kingdom
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds his knee in agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match...
Arsenal's Theo Walcott holds his knee in agony as he is injured during their English FA Cup soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, January 4, 2014. Arsenal and England forward Walcott has been ruled out for at least six months after rupturing knee ligaments and will miss this year's World Cup, the club said on Monday. Photograph taken January 4, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) NO USE WITH UNAUTHORIZED AUDIO, VIDEO, DATA, FIXTURE LISTS, CLUB/LEAGUE LOGOS OR "LIVE" SERVICES. ONLINE IN-MATCH USE LIMITED TO 45 IMAGES, NO VIDEO EMULATION. NO USE IN BETTING, GAMES OR SINGLE CLUB/LEAGUE/PLAYER PUBLICATIONS
CHINA/
RTX173MY
January 06, 2014
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising...
Beijing, China
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back in Beijing
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising shoot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, in Beijing, January 6, 2014. The sign reads "Ink, Not Mink. Be Proud of Your Own Skin. Don't Wear Fur." Wang said, "Tattoos can be painful, but they are nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive, I am proud to take a stand and help save animals." REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
CHINA/
RTX173MX
January 06, 2014
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising...
Beijing, China
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds sign and shows off her inked back during advertising...
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising shoot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, in Beijing, January 6, 2014. The sign reads "Ink, Not Mink. Be Proud of Your Own Skin. Don't Wear Fur." Wang said, "Tattoos can be painful, but they are nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive, I am proud to take a stand and help save animals." REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTX173MW
January 06, 2014
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising...
Beijing, China
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back in Beijing
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising shoot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, in Beijing, January 6, 2014. The sign on billboard reads "Ink, Not Mink. Be Proud of Your Own Skin. Don't Wear Fur." Wang said, "Tattoos can be painful, but they are nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive, I am proud to take a stand and help save animals." REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTX173MV
January 06, 2014
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising...
Beijing, China
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during advertising...
Naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke holds a sign and shows off her inked back during an advertising shoot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, in Beijing, January 6, 2014. The sign reads "Ink, Not Mink. Be Proud of Your Own Skin. Don't Wear Fur." Wang said, "Tattoos can be painful, but they are nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive, I am proud to take a stand and help save animals." REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTX173MU
January 06, 2014
A staff member adjusts a sign as naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke shows off her tattooed...
Beijing, China
A staff member adjusts sign as naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang shows off tattooed back during...
A staff member adjusts a sign as naked Chinese tattoo artist and model Wang Ke shows off her tattooed back during an advertising shoot for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia,
in Beijing, January 6, 2014. The sign reads "Ink, Not Mink. Be Proud of Your Own Skin. Don't Wear Fur." Wang said, "Tattoos can be painful, but they are nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive, I am proud to take a stand and help save animals." REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS FASHION ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
RTX15C7G
November 13, 2013
The back of a Shi'ite Muslim bleeds as he flagellates himself during a Muharram procession ahead of Ashura...
AMROHA, India
The back of a Shi'ite Muslim bleeds as he flagellates himself during a Muharram procession ahead of Ashura...
The back of a Shi'ite Muslim bleeds as he flagellates himself during a Muharram procession ahead of Ashura in Amroha, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh November 13, 2013. Ashura, which falls on the 10th day of the Islamic month of Muharram, commemorates the death of Imam Hussein, grandson of prophet Mohammad, who was killed in the 7th century battle of Kerbala. Picture taken November 13. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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BASKETBALL-NCAA/
RTXY4A4
March 31, 2013
Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware (5) is attended to by medical staff after breaking his leg in the...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
Louisville guard Ware is attended to after breaking his leg against the Duke Blue Devils during their...
Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware (5) is attended to by medical staff after breaking his leg in the first half against the Duke Blue Devils during their Midwest Regional NCAA men's basketball game in Indianapolis, Indiana, March 31, 2013. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS
RTR3EVP3
March 12, 2013
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia...
Riga, Latvia
Illustration picture of Latvia's lats and euro banknotes in Riga
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia gets the green light to become the 18th country to use the euro, the small Baltic state will be the poorest member of the single-currency area, with the highest inequality and a dismal demographic profile. But Latvia is also the fastest-growing European Union state and its eagerness to join will be welcomed in euro zone capitals as a vote of confidence in a bloc suffering many agonies. Picture taken March 9, 2013. To match Analysis EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS
RTR3EVP0
March 12, 2013
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes and coins are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013....
Riga, Latvia
Illustration picture of Latvia's lats and euro banknotes and coins in Riga
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes and coins are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia gets the green light to become the 18th country to use the euro, the small Baltic state will be the poorest member of the single-currency area, with the highest inequality and a dismal demographic profile. But Latvia is also the fastest-growing European Union state and its eagerness to join will be welcomed in euro zone capitals as a vote of confidence in a bloc suffering many agonies. Picture taken March 9, 2013. To match Analysis EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS
RTR3EVOV
March 12, 2013
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia...
Riga, Latvia
Illustration picture of Latvia's lats and euro banknotes in Riga
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia gets the green light to become the 18th country to use the euro, the small Baltic state will be the poorest member of the single-currency area, with the highest inequality and a dismal demographic profile. But Latvia is also the fastest-growing European Union state and its eagerness to join will be welcomed in euro zone capitals as a vote of confidence in a bloc suffering many agonies. Picture taken March 9, 2013. To match Analysis EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS
RTR3EVOS
March 12, 2013
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia...
Riga, Latvia
Illustration picture of Latvia's lats and euro banknotes in Riga
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia gets the green light to become the 18th country to use the euro, the small Baltic state will be the poorest member of the single-currency area, with the highest inequality and a dismal demographic profile. But Latvia is also the fastest-growing European Union state and its eagerness to join will be welcomed in euro zone capitals as a vote of confidence in a bloc suffering many agonies. Picture taken March 9, 2013. To match Analysis EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS
RTR3EVON
March 12, 2013
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia...
Riga, Latvia
Illustration picture of Latvia's lats and euro banknotes in Riga
Latvia's lats and euro banknotes are seen in this illustration picture in Riga March 9, 2013. If Latvia gets the green light to become the 18th country to use the euro, the small Baltic state will be the poorest member of the single-currency area, with the highest inequality and a dismal demographic profile. But Latvia is also the fastest-growing European Union state and its eagerness to join will be welcomed in euro zone capitals as a vote of confidence in a bloc suffering many agonies. Picture taken March 9, 2013. To match Analysis EUROZONE-LATVIA/PROSPECTS REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
QUAKE-CHINA/
RTR37OMD
September 08, 2012
A four-year-old injured survivor reacts to pain as she recuperates in a tent outside a hospital after...
Yiliang, China
A four-year-old injured survivor reacts to pain as she recuperates in a tent outside a hospital after...
A four-year-old injured survivor reacts to pain as she recuperates in a tent outside a hospital after two earthquakes hit Yiliang, Yunnan province September 8, 2012. Rescuers in southwestern China tried on Saturday to reach remote communities rocked by back-to-back earthquakes that killed at least 89 people and damaged many thousands of buildings, state media reported said. Shallow 5.6 magnitude quakes struck an impoverished, mountainous part of the country with poor infrastructure and communications on Friday and the death toll could rise as news trickled in from cut-off areas, the Xinhua news agency said. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLY-WEIG-WLM85K/(WLM085A01)
RTR35ZXS
August 03, 2012
Iraq's Safaa Al-Jumaili falls after failed attempt on the on the men's 85Kg group B weightlifting competition...
London, United Kingdom
Iraq's Safaa Al-Jumaili falls after failed attempt on the on the men's 85Kg group B weightlifting competition...
Iraq's Safaa Al-Jumaili falls after failed attempt on the on the men's 85Kg group B weightlifting competition at the ExCel venue at the London 2012 Olympic Games August 3, 2012. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT WEIGHTLIFTING)
NEPAL
RTR31UJQ
May 10, 2012
A boy, who was injured during a protest, is carried towards a nearby hospital during a general strike...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Boy, who was injured during a protest, is carried towards a nearby hospital during a general strike in...
A boy, who was injured during a protest, is carried towards a nearby hospital during a general strike called by the Brahmin Chhetri Society in Kathmandu May 10, 2012. The society has imposed the general strike to demand that different caste and ethnic groups are recognised within the new constitution, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY POLITICS)
OLYMPICS-HOCKEY/
RTR31ONJ
May 06, 2012
Britain's Crista Cullen (C) shows her agony as she is helped off the pitch after injuring herself after...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Cullen walks off the pitch injured against Argentina during the women's International Invitational...
Britain's Crista Cullen (C) shows her agony as she is helped off the pitch after injuring herself after scoring her second goal against Argentina during the women's International Invitational Hockey Tournament at the Riverbank Arena inside the Olympic Park in London May 6, 2012. Cullen scored both Britain's goals as they won the gold medal match 2-0. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT FIELD HOCKEY OLYMPICS)
SPAIN
RTR3195V
April 26, 2012
From L to R: Mayor of Guernica Jose Maria Gorrono, German ambassador Reinhard Silberberg, Basque premier...
Guernica, Spain
Mayor of Guernica Gorrono, German ambassador Silberberg, Basque premier Lopez and Gipuzkoa province president...
From L to R: Mayor of Guernica Jose Maria Gorrono, German ambassador Reinhard Silberberg, Basque premier Patxi Lopez and Gipuzkoa province president Martin Garitano talk following the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire" by Nestor Basterretxea April 26, 2012, on the seventy fifth anniversary of the aerial bombing of the town during the Spanish Civil War by planes from the German Condor Legion. Gorrono called on the Spanish government to acknowledge that the Germans carried out the attack to aid the nationalist military rebellion lead by General Francisco Franco. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
SPAIN
RTR3195P
April 26, 2012
Mayor of Guernica Jose Maria Gorrono delivers a speech during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony...
Guernica, Spain
Mayor of Guernica Gorrono delivers a speech during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire"...
Mayor of Guernica Jose Maria Gorrono delivers a speech during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire" by Nestor Basterretxea on the seventy fifth anniversary of the aerial bombing of the town during the Spanish Civil War by planes from the German Condor Legion April 26, 2012. Gorrono called on the Spanish government to acknowledge that the Germans carried out the attack to aid the nationalist military rebellion lead by General Francisco Franco. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
SPAIN
RTR3190W
April 26, 2012
A man listens to speeches during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire" by Nextor Basterrextea,...
Guernica, Spain
A man listens to speeches during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire" by Nextor Basterrextea,...
A man listens to speeches during the inauguration of the sculpture "Agony of Fire" by Nextor Basterrextea, in Guernica April 26, 2012. Guernica is commemorating the seventy fifth anniversary of the aerial bombing by planes from the German Condor Legion, in aid of the nationalist military rebellion lead by General Francisco Franco. Reports of the scale and brutality of the attack inspired Spanish artist Pablo Picasso to paint one of the twentieth century's most enduring images, the giant mural "Guernica" REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
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