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HORSERACING/
RTR3IXLX
March 28, 2014
A jockey rides Britain's Akeed Mofeed during a morning workout in Dubai March 28, 2014, ahead of Saturday's...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A jockey rides Britain's Akeed Mofeed during a morning workout in Dubai
A jockey rides Britain's Akeed Mofeed during a morning workout in Dubai March 28, 2014, ahead of Saturday's $10 million Dubai World Cup, the world's richest horse race. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SPORT HORSE RACING ANIMALS)
HORSE-RACING/
RTX169EB
December 08, 2013
Douglas Whyte of South Africa (L) riding Akeed Mofeed races to win the 2,000-metres-long Hong Kong Cup...
Hong Kong, China
Douglas Whyte of South Africa riding Akeed Mofeed races to win the Hong Kong Cup Group One race
Douglas Whyte of South Africa (L) riding Akeed Mofeed races to win the 2,000-metres-long Hong Kong Cup Group One race at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong December 8, 2013. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT HORSE RACING)
HORSE-RACING/
RTX169E8
December 08, 2013
Douglas Whyte of South Africa riding Akeed Mofeed celebrates after winning the 2,000-metres-long Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Douglas Whyte of South Africa riding Akeed Mofeed celebrates after winning the Hong Kong Cup Group One...
Douglas Whyte of South Africa riding Akeed Mofeed celebrates after winning the 2,000-metres-long Hong Kong Cup Group One race at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong December 8, 2013. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SPORT HORSE RACING)
CHINA/
RTR38YAK
October 09, 2012
Akee, 34, who works as a waiter rests in a wooden box that he lives in Hong Kong October 9, 2012. In...
Hong Kong, multiple countries
Akee who works as waiter rests in wooden box that he lives in Hong Kong
Akee, 34, who works as a waiter rests in a wooden box that he lives in Hong Kong October 9, 2012. In Hong Kong's middle-class residential area, short distance from its shopping and financial districts, 24 people live in these wooden boxes, or "coffin homes", packed in a single apartment of little over 50 square meters. Its residents pay 1450 Hong Kong dollars ($180) for their living space built of wooden panels of 2 meters by 70 cm. To maximize income from the rent in central Hong Kong landlords build "coffin homes", nicknamed due to their resemblance to real coffins. Space has always been at a premium in Hong Kong where developers plant high-rises on every available inch. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
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