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June 29, 2017
A boy sits in a baby walker before a surgery by a team of American doctors in a hospital in Benghazi,...
Benghazi, Libya
A boy sits in a baby walker before a surgery by a team of American doctors in a hospital in Benghazi
A boy sits in a baby walker before a surgery by a team of American doctors in a hospital in Benghazi, Libya, June 22, 2017. Picture taken June 22, 2017. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSATMJ
March 17, 2016
A girl carrying a baby walker walks in an alley as it rains in Srinagar March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Danish...
Srinagar, India
A girl carrying a baby walker walks in an alley as it rains in Srinagar
A girl carrying a baby walker walks in an alley as it rains in Srinagar March 17, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Ismail TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IFYH
June 30, 2015
A rose is laid on a headstone for one of the babies buried at All Saints Cemetery by non-profit organization...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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A rose is laid on a headstone for one of the babies buried at All Saints Cemetery by non-profit organization Rest in His Arms in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Flowers mark the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois,...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Flowers mark the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 22, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
A burial garment made for an abandoned baby is seen at Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, Illinois,...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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A burial garment made for an abandoned baby is seen at Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Suzy Matusiewicz sits beside the flowers covering the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Suzy Matusiewicz sits beside the flowers covering the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. Roses are laid on the grave stones of some of the other babies buried at the cemetery by "Rest in His Arms". More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 30, 2015
The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio cries on his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio cries on his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Rest in His Arms founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy visit his...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Rest in His Arms founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy visit his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF3V
June 30, 2015
The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio (2nd L) is comforted during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio (2nd L) is comforted during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF3U
June 30, 2015
Workers shovel dirt on to the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Workers shovel dirt on to the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (L) comforts the grandmother of an abandoned newborn boy at a...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (L) comforts the grandmother of an abandoned newborn boy at a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF3L
June 30, 2015
"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy shovel...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy shovel some dirt on to his grave during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) and the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy attend a...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) and the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy attend a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF3B
June 30, 2015
Chicago police officers are pallbearers for an abandoned newborn baby boy during a funeral mass at St....
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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Chicago police officers are pallbearers for an abandoned newborn baby boy during a funeral mass at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 30, 2015
Mourners attend the funeral mass for an abandoned newborn baby boy at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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Mourners attend the funeral mass for an abandoned newborn baby boy at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF2Q
June 30, 2015
Workers prepare to move the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy for burial at All Saints Cemetery...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Workers prepare to move the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy for burial at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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RTX1IF2L
June 30, 2015
A teddy bear sits on a table next to the casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby in...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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A teddy bear sits on a table next to the casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby in preparation for funeral and burial services at Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Reverend Steve Bartczyszyn performs funeral mass for an abandoned newborn baby as "Rest in His Arms"...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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Reverend Steve Bartczyszyn performs funeral mass for an abandoned newborn baby as "Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (L) and Chicago policer officer Dan Mieszcak look on at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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RTX1IF2F
June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Director John Glueckert carries a teddy bear for an abandoned baby boy...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Director John Glueckert carries a teddy bear for an abandoned baby boy during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Directors John Glueckert (L) and David Blessman move the casket containing...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Directors John Glueckert (L) and David Blessman move the casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby from the chapel in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Chicago police officers are pallbearers for an abandoned newborn baby boy as they arrive for a funeral...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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Chicago police officers are pallbearers for an abandoned newborn baby boy as they arrive for a funeral mass at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert removes the remains of an abandoned baby from...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert removes the remains of an abandoned baby from a hearse that was claimed from the Cook County Medical Examiner's office in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
A general street scene of the 2700 block of North Hamlin Street in Chicago, Illinois, United States,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
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A general street scene of the 2700 block of North Hamlin Street in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 21, 2015. Chicago Police reports say that an abandoned baby boy was found on this street in April 2014. The baby's mother is charged with murder. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert carries a bassinet to the hearse as he prepares...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert carries a bassinet to the hearse as he prepares to go to the Cook County Medical Examiner's officers to claim the remains of an abandoned baby in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Director John Glueckert lifts the casket containing the remains of an...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral Director John Glueckert lifts the casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby on to a table in preparation for funeral and burial services in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert leaves a room where the remains of an abandoned...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert leaves a room where the remains of an abandoned baby are kept in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
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June 30, 2015
Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert puts a bassinet in the hearse as he prepares to...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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Glueckert Funeral Home Funeral director John Glueckert puts a bassinet in the hearse as he prepares to go to the Cook County Medical Examiner's office to claim the remains of an abandoned baby in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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June 30, 2015
A casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby is seen in a chapel at Glueckert Funeral...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
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A casket containing the remains of an abandoned newborn baby is seen in a chapel at Glueckert Funeral Home in preparation for funeral and burial services in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-JORDAN
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March 15, 2015
A Syrian refugee boy from Idlib, who now lives in Jordan after his family fled the violence in Syria,...
Madaba, Jordan
A Syrian refugee boy from Idlib, who now lives in Jordan after his family fled the violence in Syria,...
A Syrian refugee boy from Idlib, who now lives in Jordan after his family fled the violence in Syria, sits in a baby walker in his family's tent at a tented settlement in Madaba city, near Amman March 13, 2015. March 15 marks the fourth anniversary of peaceful protests against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that started of the devastating conflict. After a government crackdown, the war has expanded into a civil conflict with regional backers. The conflict has killed some 200,000 people, created more than 3.9 million refugees, mostly in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan, and displaced 7.6 million people within Syria, U.N. figures show. Picture taken March 13, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
An abandoned baby walker and a baby swing stand in the back patio of a house seized by authorities in...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
An abandoned baby walker and a baby swing stand in the back patio of a house seized by authorities in...
An abandoned baby walker and a baby swing stand in the back patio of a house seized by authorities in Ciudad Juarez May 23, 2014. The house was seized and sealed after it had been identified as one of a series of safe houses for illegal immigrants used by a group of coyotes, according to police reports. Police found the house after arresting a coyote who was with 12-year-old Ecuadorean girl Nohemi Alvarez Quillay, on a street in Ciudad Juarez. She was travelling with the coyote after her parents, who live in the U.S., paid a group of coyotes to bring her over. She was later sent to a government-run shelter for her protection where she committed suicide shortly after. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. Picture taken May 23, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA/
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May 16, 2014
Artist Kara Walker's installation 'A Subtlety' sugar-coated with an estimated 40 tons of sugar is seen...
New York, UNITED STATES
Artist Kara Walker's installation 'A Subtlety' sugar-coated with an estimated 40 tons of sugar is seen...
Artist Kara Walker's installation 'A Subtlety' sugar-coated with an estimated 40 tons of sugar is seen in back of her candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' at the Domino Sugar factory in the Williamsburg section of the borough of Brooklyn in New York May 16, 2014. The sugar-coated sphinx-like figure measures 75.5 feet long, 35.5 feet high and 26 feet wide .
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 16, 2014
The foot of Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen...
New York, UNITED STATES
The foot of Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen...
The foot of Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino Sugar factory in the Williamsburg section of the borough of Brooklyn in New York May 16, 2014. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
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May 16, 2014
Artist Kara Walker's sugar and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino...
New York, UNITED STATES
Artist Kara Walker's sugar and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino...
Artist Kara Walker's sugar and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino Sugar factory in the Williamsburg section of the borough of Brooklyn in New York May 16, 2014. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR3PIAY
May 16, 2014
Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino...
New York, UNITED STATES
Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino...
Artist Kara Walker's candy and molasses coated 'Marvelous Sugar Baby' installation is seen at the Domino Sugar factory in the Williamsburg section of the borough of Brooklyn in New York May 16, 2014.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
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November 05, 2012
Britain's Camilla (L), Duchess of Cornwall, meets Carley Walker who holds a baby kangaroo named Ruby...
Longreach, Australia
Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, meets Carley Walker who holds a baby kangaroo in the outback...
Britain's Camilla (L), Duchess of Cornwall, meets Carley Walker who holds a baby kangaroo named Ruby Bloo in the outback Queensland town of Longreach, some 900 km (560 miles) northwest of Brisbane November 5, 2012. Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are touring Australia for six days to commemorate the diamond jubilee of his mother Queen Elizabeth II. REUTERS/Tertius Pickard/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS ANIMALS)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/UN-GAZA
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September 14, 2011
Palestinian children play outside their house in Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza City September 12,...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian children play in Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza
Palestinian children play outside their house in Khan Younis refugee camp in Gaza City September 12, 2011. President Mahmoud Abbas's bid to seek U.N. recognition of a Palestinian state is not generating much enthusiasm in the isolated Gaza Strip, where internal political divisions run deep. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/GAZA
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September 09, 2009
A Palestinian girl sits in a baby walker trainer near her family house, destroyed during the three-week...
Jabalya, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian girl sits near her family's destroyed house in northern Gaza
A Palestinian girl sits in a baby walker trainer near her family house, destroyed during the three-week offensive Israel launched last December, in northern Gaza September 9, 2009. An Israeli human rights group said on Wednesday more than half of the Palestinians killed in the Gaza war were civilians, findings that dispute Israeli military statistics showing most of the dead were militants. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA POLITICS CONFLICT)
HEALTH PREGNANCY
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April 18, 2002
Predictions of a summer baby boom in New York after the September 11
attacks have proved to be a bust....
New York
COUPLES AT CHILDBIRTH CENTER.
Predictions of a summer baby boom in New York after the September 11
attacks have proved to be a bust. Cataclysmic events in the past have
spawned sharp rises in the number of births, notably the 'baby boom'
that followed the return of soldiers after World War II. And some
physicians predicted New York could witness a similar phenomenon as
September 11 reminded people of the uncertainty of life. Sadatu Usman
(front left), Ronald Walker, Gabrielle Lowe (rear left) and Timothy
Cusac attend a natural birthing class held at the Elizabeth Seton
Childbirthing Center in New York on April 18, 2002. REUTERS/Chip
East/FEATURE/LIFESTYLE-ATTACK-ANNIVERSARY-BABIES REUTERS

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