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CLIMATE-CHANGE/SALTWATER FARMING
RTX7AKYZ
November 26, 2019
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
AYRESHIRE, United Kingdom
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated by sea water, an experimental farming technique designed to reduce freshwater consumption, near Turnberry in Ayreshire, Scotland, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SALTWATER FARMING
RTX7AKYX
November 26, 2019
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
AYRESHIRE, United Kingdom
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated by sea water, an experimental farming technique designed to reduce freshwater consumption, near Turnberry in Ayreshire, Scotland, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SALTWATER FARMING
RTX7AKYR
November 26, 2019
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
AYRESHIRE, United Kingdom
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated by sea water, an experimental farming technique designed to reduce freshwater consumption, near Turnberry in Ayreshire, Scotland, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SALTWATER FARMING
RTX7AKYK
November 26, 2019
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
AYRESHIRE, United Kingdom
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated by sea water, an experimental farming technique designed to reduce freshwater consumption, near Turnberry in Ayreshire, Scotland, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SALTWATER FARMING
RTX7AKYI
November 26, 2019
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
AYRESHIRE, United Kingdom
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated...
Yanik Nyberg, founder and director of Seawater Solutions, plants a sea aster seedling in a field irrigated by sea water, an experimental farming technique designed to reduce freshwater consumption, near Turnberry in Ayreshire, Scotland, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS2JQ0R
June 26, 2019
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge listens to former and current service users Claire Evans,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits Albert Kennedy Trust
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge listens to former and current service users Claire Evans, Aster Cassar, and Mish Marvel during a visit to the Albert Kennedy Trust in London, Britain June 26, 2019. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS
COFFEE-FARMERS/
RTS2AIOM
January 14, 2019
Aster Utala, 26, poses for a photo at the Tilamo cooperative of Shebedino district in Sidama, Ethiopia...
SIDAMA, Ethiopia
Aster Utala, 26 poses for a photo at the Tilamo cooperative of Shebedino district in Sidama
Aster Utala, 26, poses for a photo at the Tilamo cooperative of Shebedino district in Sidama, Ethiopia November 29, 2018. Picture taken November 29, 2018. REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie
INDIA-HEALTH/LUXURY
RTX1EUDH
May 27, 2015
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi,...
New Delhi, India
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi, India, May 22, 2015. Cinemas, Rolls-Royces and rooms so plush they could belong in a five-star hotel: private hospital operators in India are all but rolling out a red carpet to lure affluent locals and tourists to seek medical treatment at their luxe facilities. Overseas rivals including Dubai-based Aster DM Healthcare and ABV Group are also investing in luxury healthcare in India, attracted by strong demand for quality medical care which, due to lower costs and a weaker rupee, they can offer to patients at below-international prices. Picture taken May 22, 2015. To match INDIA-HEALTH/LUXURY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA-HEALTH/LUXURY
RTX1EUDG
May 27, 2015
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi,...
New Delhi, India
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi
Advet Bhambhani, CEO of Dubai-based ABV Group, poses before his interview with Reuters in New Delhi, India, May 22, 2015. Cinemas, Rolls-Royces and rooms so plush they could belong in a five-star hotel: private hospital operators in India are all but rolling out a red carpet to lure affluent locals and tourists to seek medical treatment at their luxe facilities. Overseas rivals including Dubai-based Aster DM Healthcare and ABV Group are also investing in luxury healthcare in India, attracted by strong demand for quality medical care which, due to lower costs and a weaker rupee, they can offer to patients at below-international prices. Picture taken May 22, 2015. To match INDIA-HEALTH/LUXURY REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
RTR3FJF0
October 03, 2013
TURKEY-CHINA/DEFENCE CORRECTION - Replaces graphic sent on Wednesday correcting Aster-30 flight altitude,...
Singapore, Singapore
TURKEY-CHINA/DEFENCE CORRECTION C
TURKEY-CHINA/DEFENCE CORRECTION - Replaces graphic sent on Wednesday correcting Aster-30 flight altitude, and labels/dot colors for THAAD and S-300PMU2. Diagram comparing the performance of the Chinese FD-2000 missile defence system to other available missile defence exports. (SIN15)
USA/
RTR2W2QW
January 09, 2012
Ned White ice skates on Aster Lake in Sequoia National Park, California January 6, 2012. The area is...
SEQUOIA, UNITED STATES
Ned White ice skates on Aster Lake in Sequoia National Park
Ned White ice skates on Aster Lake in Sequoia National Park, California January 6, 2012. The area is usually blanketed in snow at this time of year, but December was one of the driest on record. According to the California Department of Water Resources, the snowpack water content in the Sierra Nevada mountain range is only 19 percent of the average for the beginning of January. Picture taken January 6, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTXV0ZZ
November 21, 2010
Bahrain's Aster Tesfaye Tilahun competes in the women's 3000m steeplechase at the 16th Asian Games in...
Guangzhou, China
Bahrain's Aster Tesfaye Tilahun competes in the women's 3000m steeplechase at the 16th Asian Games in...
Bahrain's Aster Tesfaye Tilahun competes in the women's 3000m steeplechase at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, November 21, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
OLYMPICS-LONDON
RTR2GT0X
July 28, 2010
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph, as part of an Olympic partnership agreement with P&G to transport...
London, United Kingdom
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph near the Houses of Parliament in London
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph, as part of an Olympic partnership agreement with P&G to transport mothers to games, near the Houses of Parliament in London July 28, 2010. From left are Pat Radcliffe, her daughter Britain's long-distance runner Paula Radcliffe, Cao Lihua, mother of China's beach volleyball player Xue Chen, Debbie Phelps, mother of U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps, Rosemary Jones, mother of Australia's swimmer Leisel Jones, Marlene Shirley, mother of U.S. Paralympic sprinter Marlon Shirley, Aster Menagesha, mother of Ethiopia's long-distance runner Meseret Defar, and Jennifer Bolt ,mother of Jamaica's sprinter Usain Bolt. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-LONDON/
RTR2GT0V
July 28, 2010
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph with executives from the International Olympic Committee and...
London, United Kingdom
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph with executives from the IOC and P&G near the Houses of Parliament...
Mothers of Olympians pose for a photograph with executives from the International Olympic Committee and P&G, as part of an IOC partnership agreement with P&G to transport mothers to games, near the Houses of Parliament in London July 28, 2010. From left are Pat Radcliffe with her daughter, Britain's long-distance runner Paula Radcliffe, Cao Lihua, mother of China's beach volleyball player Xue Chen, Debbie Phelps, mother of U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps, IOC Marketing Commission Chairman Gerhard Heiberg, P & G Global Marketing and Brand Building Officer Marc Pritchard, IOC President Jacques Rogge, Rosemary Jones, mother of Australia's swimmer Leisel Jones, Marlene Shirley, mother of U.S. Paralympic sprinter Marlon Shirley, Aster Menagesha, mother of Ethiopia's long-distance runner Meseret Defar, and Jennifer Bolt mother of Jamaica's sprinter Usain Bolt. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS-LONDON/
RTR2GT0U
July 28, 2010
Jennifer Bolt, (R) mother of Jamaica's sprinter Usain Bolt, meets IOC President Jacques Rogge (L) as...
London, United Kingdom
Bolt, mother of Jamaica's sprinter Usain Bolt, meets IOC President Rogge near the Houses of Parliament...
Jennifer Bolt, (R) mother of Jamaica's sprinter Usain Bolt, meets IOC President Jacques Rogge (L) as Marlene Shirley (3rd R), mother of U.S. Paralympic sprinter Marlon Shirley, and Aster Menagesha (2nd R) mother of Ethiopia's long-distance runner Meseret Defar, look on near the Houses of Parliament in London July 28, 2010. Rogge announced a partnership between the IOC and P&G to transport mothers to games. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS BUSINESS)
ENVIRONMENT FIRE
RTR6LOD
June 18, 2002
Thousands of acres of burned vegetation, along with recent hotspots,
are visible in a new image of Colorado's...
None, United States of America
NASA IMAGE OF HOTSPOTS AT COLORADO FOREST FIRE USING THERMAL IMAGING.
Thousands of acres of burned vegetation, along with recent hotspots,
are visible in a new image of Colorado's worst forest fire taken by
NASA's Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer
(Aster), released on June 18, 2002. The Hayman forest fire continues to
burn in the Pike National Forest, 57 kilometers (35 miles)
south-southwest of Denver, Colorado. According to the U.S. Forest
Service, the fire has consumed more than 100,000 acres. In this Aster
image, acquired Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 10:30 a.m. Mountain time, the
dark blue area is burned vegetation and the green areas are healthy
vegetation. Red areas are active fires, and the blue cloud at the top
center is smoke. Meteorological clouds are white. The image covers an
area of 32.2 by 35.2 kilometers (20 by 21.8 miles), and displays Asters
bands 8, 3 and 2 in red, green and blue. REUTERS/Handout/NASA

REUTERS
PEOPLE GOTTI
RTR6FTH
June 15, 2002
Carmine Romeo holds a sign outside the Bergin Hunt and Fish Club after
the funeral for Gambino Mob Boss...
Queens
SUPPORTER OUTSIDE THE BERGIN HUNT AND FISH CLUB ASTER THE FUNERAL FOR
JOHN GOTTI.
Carmine Romeo holds a sign outside the Bergin Hunt and Fish Club after
the funeral for Gambino Mob Boss John Gotti in the borough of Queens,
New York, June 15, 2002. Gotti, the swaggering, sartorially elegant and
talkative boss of the Gambino crime family, who was jailed for life in
1992 for murder after years of evading the law, died in a prison
hospital last Monday at 61. He was laid to rest at St. Johns Cemetery.
REUTERS/Chip East

CME
PEOPLE GOTTI
RTR6FTA
June 15, 2002
The hearse containing John Gotti passes under a sign near the Bergin
Hunt and Fish Club after the funeral...
Queens
LARGE SIGN OUTSIDE THE BERGIN HUNT AND FISH CLUB ASTER THE FUNERAL FOR
JOHN GOTTI.
The hearse containing John Gotti passes under a sign near the Bergin
Hunt and Fish Club after the funeral for Gambino mob boss John Gotti in
the borough of Queens, New York on June 15, 2002. The Bergin Hunt and
Fish Club was the gathering place for reported mobsters was where Gotti
conducted business and the locale where the FBI taped the converastions
which led to his arrest. REUTERS/Chip East

CME
PEOPLE GOTTI
RTR6FSS
June 15, 2002
Well wishers reach to touch the hearse outside the Bergin Hunt and Fish
Club after the funeral for Gambino...
Queens
PEOPLE TOUCH THE HEARSE OUTSIDE THE BERGIN HUNT AND FISH CLUB ASTER THE
FUNERAL FOR JOHN GOTTI.
Well wishers reach to touch the hearse outside the Bergin Hunt and Fish
Club after the funeral for Gambino mob boss John Gotti in the borough
of Queens, New York on June 15, 2002. The gathering place for reported
mobsters was where Gotti conducted business and was the locale where
the FBI taped the converastions which led to his arrest. REUTERS/Chip
East

CME
SPORT NFL
RTR14IYJ
August 30, 2001
Replacement referee Aster Sizemore (L) signals the first touchdown of
the game for the Cincinnati Bengals',...
Cincinnati, United States of America
REPLACEMENT REFEREE ASTER SIZEMORE SIGNALS CINCINNATI TOUCHDOWN.
Replacement referee Aster Sizemore (L) signals the first touchdown of
the game for the Cincinnati Bengals', a 87-yard run by Corey Dillon, as
Indianapolis Colts' Marcus Washington (R) leaves the field during the
first quarter August 30, 2001, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
Replacement referees are covering preseason games because of a regular
NFL referees lock out over contract disputes. REUTERS/ John Sommers II

JPS
SPORT NFL
RTR14IYI
August 30, 2001
Replacement referee Aster Sizemore (C) flips a coin to determine ball
possession as Indianapolis Colts'...
Cincinnati, United States of America
REPLACEMENT REFEREE ASTER SIZEMORE FLIPS COIN FOR START OF GAME.
Replacement referee Aster Sizemore (C) flips a coin to determine ball
possession as Indianapolis Colts' Karry Moore (L) and Cincinnati
Bengals' Willie Anderson (R) look on at center field August 30, 2001,
at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Replacement referees are
covering preseason games because of a NFL referees lock out over
contract disputes. REUTERS/ John Sommers II

JPS
SPACE
RTXJN1P
April 19, 2000
NASA on April 19 released the first images from its new climate satellite. The first images from the...
Washington, USA
NASA on April 19 released the first images from its new climate satellite. The first images from the.....
NASA on April 19 released the first images from its new climate satellite. The first images from the Terra spacecraft, which circles the Earth 16 times a day at an altitude of 438 miles (705 km), taking measurements of the land and atmosphere, show the potential to revolutionize climate research, NASA said. On April 3, ASTER (advanced spaceborne thermal emission and reflection radiometer) captured this visible-to-infrared image of Japan's Mt. Usu volcano. The three dark streaks starting on the northwest flank of the volcano are the ash deposits from the plume three days earlier.
SPACE CLIMATE
RTR3BAB
April 19, 2000
NASA on April 19 released the first images from its new climate satellite. The first images from the...
Washington, USA
NASA CLIMATE SATELLITE VIEW OF JAPANS MT. USU VOLCANO.
NASA on April 19 released the first images from its new climate satellite. The first images from the Terra spacecraft, which circles the Earth 16 times a day at an altitude of 438 miles (705 km), taking measurements of the land and atmosphere, show the potential to revolutionize climate research, NASA said. On April 3, ASTER (advanced spaceborne thermal emission and reflection radiometer) captured this visible-to-infrared image of Japan's Mt. Usu volcano. The three dark streaks starting on the northwest flank of the volcano are the ash deposits from the plume three days earlier.

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