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TEXAS-SHOOTING/
RTS89PUO 
May 30, 2022 
A man reads bible at the Robb Elementary School memorial, where a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers... 
Uvalde, UNITED STATES 
School shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas 
A man reads bible at the Robb Elementary School memorial, where a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers in the deadliest U.S. school shooting in nearly a decade, in Uvalde, Texas, U.S. May 30, 2022. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
TEXAS-SHOOTING/
RTS89PUP 
May 30, 2022 
A man reads bible at the Robb Elementary School memorial, where a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers... 
Uvalde, UNITED STATES 
School shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas 
A man reads bible at the Robb Elementary School memorial, where a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers in the deadliest U.S. school shooting in nearly a decade, in Uvalde, Texas, U.S. May 30, 2022. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAMAICA-RASTAFARI
RTXDM60Q 
June 19, 2021 
A member of the community smokes cannabis while reading the Bible during Sabbath service outside the... 
Blue Mountains, Jamaica 
A member of a Rastafari farming community smokes cannabis, during COVID-19 pandmeic in Blue Mountains... 
A member of the community smokes cannabis while reading the Bible during Sabbath service outside the temple of the School of Vision, a Rastafari farming community in the Blue Mountains, near Kingston, Jamaica, on June 19, 2021. Picture taken June 19, 2021. REUTERS/Ina Sotirova 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAMAICA-RASTAFARI
RTXDM60K 
June 19, 2021 
Deacon Joseph Williams (R), reads a passage from the bible during the Sabbath service at the temple of... 
Blue Mountains, Jamaica 
Members of a Rastafari farming community celebrate the Sabbath service, during COVID-19 pandmeic in Blue... 
Deacon Joseph Williams (R), reads a passage from the bible during the Sabbath service at the temple of The School of Vision, a Rastafari farming community in the Blue Mountains, near Kingston, Jamaica, on June 19, 2021. Picture taken June 19, 2021. REUTERS/Ina Sotirova 
 USA-ELECTION/OHIO
RTX86XI9 
November 03, 2020 
Voters fill out their ballots at God's Bible School and College on Election Day, in Cincinnati, Ohio,... 
Cincinnati, UNITED STATES 
2020 U.S. presidential election in Ohio 
Voters fill out their ballots at God's Bible School and College on Election Day, in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., November 3, 2020. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dean 
 USA-ELECTION/OHIO
RTX86XHZ 
November 03, 2020 
A voter fills out his ballot at God's Bible School and College on Election Day, in Cincinnati, Ohio,... 
Cincinnati, UNITED STATES 
2020 U.S. presidential election in Ohio 
A voter fills out his ballot at God's Bible School and College on Election Day, in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., November 3, 2020. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dean 
USA-IMMIGRATION/PROFILES-FORT WORTH
RTX76Y8T 
October 10, 2019 
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, attends a bible reading in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May... 
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Migrant mother misses home but prays not to be sent back 
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, attends a bible reading in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May 9, 2019. Irma's husband, Jose, was murdered back home. Still grieving for her husband, she has struggled to adjust to American life. Every time something new happens, she said, "I want to tell him about it." She has arrived with straightforward expectations. "I thought the children would go to school, and I'd work, and I'd get settled," she said. "But it's been very difficult here." REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "IRMA ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-IMMIGRATION/PROFILES-FORT WORTH
RTX76Y80 
October 10, 2019 
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, attends a bible reading in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May... 
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Migrant mother misses home but prays not to be sent back 
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, attends a bible reading in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May 9, 2019. Irma's husband, Jose, was murdered back home. Still grieving for her husband, she has struggled to adjust to American life. Every time something new happens, she said, "I want to tell him about it." She has arrived with straightforward expectations. "I thought the children would go to school, and I'd work, and I'd get settled," she said. "But it's been very difficult here." REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "IRMA ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-IMMIGRATION/PROFILES-FORT WORTH
RTX76Y76 
October 10, 2019 
Suany, daughter of Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, stands before a bible reading with cousin... 
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Migrant mother misses home but prays not to be sent back 
Suany, daughter of Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, stands before a bible reading with cousin Amber in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May 9, 2019. Suany, who attends a bilingual school, speaks both English and Spanish with her new friends. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "IRMA ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
STORM-MATTHEW/
RTSR8XV 
October 07, 2016 
Charleston resident Avis Prioleau holds a bible outside the entrance to a shelter for evacuees in a high... 
North Charleston, UNITED STATES 
Charleston resident Avis Prioleau holds a bible outside the entrance to a shelter for evacuees in a high... 
Charleston resident Avis Prioleau holds a bible outside the entrance to a shelter for evacuees in a high school before the arrival of Hurricane Matthew in North Charleston, South Carolina on October 7, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake 
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTSQXM2 
October 05, 2016 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during... 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during a campaign visit to the International Church of Las Vegas and the International Christian Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTSQXCF 
October 05, 2016 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during... 
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump hugs a student after receiving a bible as a gift during a campaign visit to the International Church of Las Vegas and the International Christian Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-ELECTION/CARSON
RTS62P5 
November 09, 2015 
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland... 
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland November 4, 2015. For many who knew Ben Carson in Baltimore, his U.S. presidential candidacy comes as a surprise. Over more than three decades as a Baltimore resident ending in 2013, Carson - now a front-runner in the race for the Republican Party nomination - rarely spoke about his political views. An unassailable local hero, a Johns Hopkins Hospital neurosurgeon, Carson put his wealth to use helping the poor. He established a scholarship program for school children and hosted a banquet each year to honor its recipients. Picture taken November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria 
USA-ELECTIONS/
RTR4CT6Y 
November 04, 2014 
A miniature U.S. flag rests on a copy of the Bible at voter registration at West Philadelphia High School... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
A miniature U.S. flag rests on a copy of the Bible at voter registration at West Philadelphia High School... 
A miniature U.S. flag rests on a copy of the Bible at voter registration at West Philadelphia High School on U.S. midterm election day morning in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KVN 
August 15, 2014 
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary... 
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES 
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary... 
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION SOCIETY EDUCATION) 
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KUQ 
August 15, 2014 
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located... 
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES 
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located... 
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION) 
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KSV 
August 15, 2014 
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab... 
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES 
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab... 
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION) 
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KSC 
August 15, 2014 
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library... 
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES 
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library... 
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION) 
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KQU 
August 15, 2014 
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside... 
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES 
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside... 
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION) 
USA-EDUCATION/CATHOLIC
RTXZ7HH 
May 02, 2013 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School... 
A heart-shaped wreath is seen wrapped around an open Bible in the library at Leo Catholic High School in Chicago, Illinois February 14, 2013. In places like Chicago's Leo Catholic boys' high school, student numbers have plummeted from 1,200 students in the 1950s to around 150 this year. This decline has implications for schools throughout the nation, say Catholic school supporters. According to the National Catholic Education Association, the 2 million U.S. students they serve save the nation approximately $21 billion a year in public school costs. Photo taken February 14. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
USA-EXPLOSION/TEXAS
RTXYV7O 
April 21, 2013 
A woman holding a Bible hugs another at an open air Sunday church service four days after a deadly fertilizer... 
WEST, UNITED STATES 
Women hug at open air Sunday church service four days after deadly fertilizer plant explosion in the... 
A woman holding a Bible hugs another at an open air Sunday church service four days after a deadly fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West, near Waco, Texas, April 21, 2013. Hundreds of residents of the close-knit Texas town sought healing at a church service on Sunday, as schools were readied to reopen and authorities investigated the cause of this week's deadly fertilizer plant blast. About 200 residents in the town of West, Texas - including farmers, veterans and migrant workers - packed into Church of the Assumption in the center of the town for Catholic mass early on Sunday. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE RELIGION) 
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZI 
March 21, 2013 
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned... 
Strmica, Croatia 
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary... 
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-MENNONITES/
RTS7YH63 
December 19, 2012 
Girls read the Bible at their school in the Mennonite community of Buenos Aires, Janos, Chihuahua, Mexico... 
JANOS, Mexico 
The Wider Image: In Mexico, a decade of images shows Mennonites' traditions frozen in time 
Girls read the Bible at their school in the Mennonite community of Buenos Aires, Janos, Chihuahua, Mexico December 19, 2012. From schools to general stores, almost everything the Mennonites need they have built for themselves within the confines of their own communities. Mennonites generally finish school by the age of 12. Boys and girls sit separately in classrooms, just as men and women do in church pews on Sundays. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez SEARCH "GONZALEZ MEXICO MENNONITES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
OHIO-SHOOTING/
RTR2YVWE 
March 05, 2012 
Natalie Richley, from the Chardon High School graduating class of 2003, poses for a portrait in front... 
CHARDON, UNITED STATES 
Portrait of former Chardon High School student Natalie Richley in Chardon 
Natalie Richley, from the Chardon High School graduating class of 2003, poses for a portrait in front of a memorial remembering the victims of the school shootings at the town square in Chardon, Ohio, February 29, 2012. When asked for her thoughts on the shooter she said, "He's a child of God. God's hands are still wrapped around him. I went to bible study and prayed for him. He can be found again. We will prevail." Picture taken February 29, 2012. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION) 
ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/
RTR2KBTU 
March 24, 2011 
A destroyed Protestant church is seen in Asendabo, 300 km (200 miles) west of the capital Addis Ababa,... 
ASENDABO, Ethiopia 
To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ 
A destroyed Protestant church is seen in Asendabo, 300 km (200 miles) west of the capital Addis Ababa, March 16, 2011. More than 4,000 members of local Protestant denominations were displaced by a rare bout of religious violence earlier this month when Muslims staged a week of attacks in Asendabo. A total of 69 churches, a Bible school and an office were eventually burned to the ground, and one Christian was killed. Picture taken March 16, 2011. To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ REUTERS/Aaron Maasho (ETHIOPIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/
RTR2KBTQ 
March 24, 2011 
A destroyed Protestant church is seen in Asendabo, 300 km (200 miles) west of the capital Addis Ababa,... 
ASENDABO, Ethiopia 
To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ 
A destroyed Protestant church is seen in Asendabo, 300 km (200 miles) west of the capital Addis Ababa, March 16, 2011. More than 4,000 members of local Protestant denominations were displaced by a rare bout of religious violence earlier this month when Muslims staged a week of attacks in Asendabo. A total of 69 churches, a Bible school and an office were eventually burned to the ground, and one Christian was killed. Picture taken March 16, 2011. To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ REUTERS/Aaron Maasho (ETHIOPIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/
RTR2KBTL 
March 24, 2011 
A boy walks past burnt corrugated iron sheets that once covered a church in Asendabo, 300km (200 miles)... 
ASENDABO, Ethiopia 
To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ 
A boy walks past burnt corrugated iron sheets that once covered a church in Asendabo, 300km (200 miles) west of the capital Addis Ababa, March 16, 2011. More than 4,000 members of local Protestant denominations were displaced by a rare bout of religious violence earlier this month when Muslims staged a week of attacks in Asendabo. A total of 69 churches, a Bible school and an office were eventually burned to the ground, and one Christian was killed. Picture taken March 16, 2011. To match Feature ETHIOPIA-RELIGION/ REUTERS/Aaron Maasho (ETHIOPIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
ISRAEL/
RTR2FN6O 
June 24, 2010 
Ultra Orthodox students walk past an illustration of a bible story during a break at the Kehilot Yaacov... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Ultra Orthodox students walk past an illustration of a bible story during a break at the Kehilot Yaacov... 
Ultra Orthodox students walk past an illustration of a bible story during a break at the Kehilot Yaacov Torah School for boys in Ramot, Jerusalem, June 23, 2010. Israel's ultra-Orthodox minority has long been at odds with the Jewish state's highest judicial authority over edicts which some devout Jews say interfere with their religious lifestyle. Ultra-Orthodox Jews protested in Israel last week against a court order to desegregate a religious school and force Jewish girls of European and Middle Eastern descent to study together. Picture taken June 23, 2010. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS EDUCATION) 
ISRAEL/
RTR2FN5P 
June 24, 2010 
An Ultra Orthodox student read text from the bible during a reading class at the Kehilot Yaacov Torah... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
An Ultra Orthodox student read text from the bible during a reading class at the Kehilot Yaacov Torah... 
An Ultra Orthodox student read text from the bible during a reading class at the Kehilot Yaacov Torah School for boys in Ramot, Jerusalem June 24, 2010. Israel's ultra-Orthodox minority has long been at odds with the Jewish state's highest judicial authority over edicts which some devout Jews say interfere with their religious lifestyle. Ultra-Orthodox Jews protested in Israel last week against a court order to desegregate a religious school and force Jewish girls of European and Middle Eastern descent to study together. REUTERS/ Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS EDUCATION) 
ISRAEL/EDUCATION
RTR2ACMO 
February 16, 2010 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils read the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26,... 
NEHALIM, Israel 
To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils read the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26, 2010. Inside a modern economy renowned for its innovative high-tech sector, they see a growing problem. Critics say the Jewish pupils who attend ultra-Orthodox schools can recite chapter and verse of the Bible, but most can't spell the name of their largest Arab neighbour, Egypt, in English. Picture taken January 26, 2010. To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (ISRAEL - Tags: EDUCATION RELIGION) 
ISRAEL/EDUCATION
RTR2ACMN 
February 16, 2010 
A teacher addresses ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January... 
NEHALIM, Israel 
To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION 
A teacher addresses ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26, 2010. Inside a modern economy renowned for its innovative high-tech sector, they see a growing problem. Critics say the Jewish pupils who attend ultra-Orthodox schools can recite chapter and verse of the Bible, but most can't spell the name of their largest Arab neighbour, Egypt, in English. Picture taken January 26, 2010. To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (ISRAEL - Tags: EDUCATION RELIGION) 
ISRAEL/EDUCATION
RTR2ACMM 
February 16, 2010 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils discuss the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January... 
NEHALIM, Israel 
To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils discuss the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26, 2010. Inside a modern economy renowned for its innovative high-tech sector, they see a growing problem. Critics say the Jewish pupils who attend ultra-Orthodox schools can recite chapter and verse of the Bible, but most can't spell the name of their largest Arab neighbour, Egypt, in English. Picture taken January 26, 2010. To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (ISRAEL - Tags: EDUCATION RELIGION) 
ISRAEL/EDUCATION
RTR2ACML 
February 16, 2010 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils read the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26,... 
NEHALIM, Israel 
To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION 
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish pupils read the Bible at the Nahardea school in Nehalim near Tel Aviv January 26, 2010. Inside a modern economy renowned for its innovative high-tech sector, they see a growing problem. Critics say the Jewish pupils who attend ultra-Orthodox schools can recite chapter and verse of the Bible, but most can't spell the name of their largest Arab neighbour, Egypt, in English. Picture taken January 26, 2010. To match feature ISRAEL/EDUCATION REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (ISRAEL - Tags: EDUCATION RELIGION) 
ROUTETORECOVERY/
RTXR06I 
November 22, 2009 
Pastor Charles Hudson collects Bibles and hymnals left behind in the Madison School, where Hudson worked... 
Youngstown, UNITED STATES 
Pastor Charles Hudson collects Bibles and hymnals left behind in the Madison School in Youngstown 
Pastor Charles Hudson collects Bibles and hymnals left behind in the Madison School, where Hudson worked with the anti-violence organization Bondage Busters, in Youngstown, Ohio November 21, 2009. Youngstown has 4,500 vacant structures in a city of about 75,000 people, and about 22,000 vacant parcels of land. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
ISRAEL-SCHOOLS/
RTR27AG2 
August 31, 2009 
A protester holds a placard outside the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem August 31, 2009,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Protester holds a placard outside Israel's parliament during a protest in Jerusalem 
A protester holds a placard outside the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem August 31, 2009, during a protest against three Jewish religious schools refusal to admit 100 Ethiopian Jewish students. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday condemned the three Jewish religious schools for what he termed their immoral refusal to admit the students.The placard reads in Hebrew, "There is no racism in the Bible". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM EDUCATION POLITICS) 
KENYA-FOOD
RTR2470A 
June 02, 2009 
A schoolboy walks with a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A schoolboy walks with a plate of food provided by the WFP in Kibera slum in Nairobi 
A schoolboy walks with a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY FOOD) 
KENYA-FOOD
RTR24707 
June 02, 2009 
Students attend class after a meal provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Students attend class after meal by WFP at school in Kibera slum 
Students attend class after a meal provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY EDUCATION) 
KENYA-FOOD
RTR24704 
June 02, 2009 
A schoolgirl eats a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A schoolgirl eats a plate of food provided by the WFP in Kibera slum in Nairobi 
A schoolgirl eats a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY FOOD) 
KENYA-FOOD
RTR246ZO 
June 02, 2009 
A schoolboy collects a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A schoolboy collects a plate of food provided by the WFP in Kibera slum in Nairobi 
A schoolboy collects a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY FOOD) 
KENYA-FOOD
RTR246ZI 
June 02, 2009 
A schoolboy attends class after a meal provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A schoolboy attends class in Kibera slum in Nairobi 
A schoolboy attends class after a meal provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
KENYA-FOOD/
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June 02, 2009 
A schoolboy eats a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A schoolboy eats a plate of food provided by the WFP in Kibera slum in Nairobi 
A schoolboy eats a plate of food provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) at the New Hope Kibera Bible Baptist Church Primary School in Nairobi's Kibera slum, June 2, 2009. The WFP in conjunction with the Kenyan government provides meals for some 1.2 million children in the country's arid regions and impoverished slums, which are some of the largest in the world. Rising food prices have created a growing need for food assistance to Kenya's poor. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA SOCIETY FOOD) 
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
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October 30, 2008 
Archaeologist Yosef Garfinkel shows a shard of pottery at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem October... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Archaeologist Garfinkel shows shard of pottery in Jerusalem 
Archaeologist Yosef Garfinkel shows a shard of pottery at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem October 30, 2008. Archaeologists in Israel said on Thursday they had unearthed the oldest Hebrew text ever found, while excavating a fortress city overlooking a valley where the Bible says David slew Goliath. Experts have not yet been able to decipher fully the five lines of text written in black ink on a shard of pottery dug up at a five-acre (two-hectare) archaeological site called Elah Fortress, or Khirbet Qeiyafa. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
USA-ADDICTS/FARM
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July 18, 2007 
Ester Munoz teaches a bible study class in the New Life Covenant Assemblies of God Church's Dream Center... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
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Ester Munoz teaches a bible study class in the New Life Covenant Assemblies of God Church's Dream Center in Chicago July 17, 2007. The Church runs an outreach ministry for women who want to quit alcoholism, drug addiction or prostitution. Women usually live in the Church's Dream Center for three months and then spend five months at a farm in rural Illinois. Picture taken July 17, 2007. To match feature USA-ADDICTS/FARM REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
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July 18, 2007 
Pastor Carmen Colon laughs while giving a bible study class in the New Life Covenant Assemblies of God... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Picture taken July 17, 2007. To match feature USA-ADDICTS/FARM 
Pastor Carmen Colon laughs while giving a bible study class in the New Life Covenant Assemblies of God Church's Dream Center in Chicago July 17, 2007. The Church runs an outreach ministry for women who want to quit alcoholism, drug addiction or prostitution. Women usually live in the Church's Dream Center for three months and then spend five months at a farm in rural Illinois. Picture taken July 17, 2007. To match feature USA-ADDICTS/FARM REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES) 
CHINA-CHRISTIANS/HONEY
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May 30, 2007 
Students of a bible study school pose for the photo in Gongshan, southwestern China's Yunnan province... 
GONGSHAN, China 
To match feature CHINA-CHRISTIANS/HONEY 
Students of a bible study school pose for the photo in Gongshan, southwestern China's Yunnan province May 10, 2007. The school offers around five months of classes a year to followers of the region's unusual Protestant faith -- which bans smoking and drinking and celebrates the most sacred communion ritual with honey instead of wine. Picture taken May 10, 2007. To match feature CHINA-CHRISTIANS/HONEY
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INDONESIA/OBAMA
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February 07, 2007 
Indonesian teacher Juwita Naibaho tells her students stories from the Bible on February 2, 2007 in a... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesian teacher Naibaho tells her students stories from the Bible in Jakarta 
Indonesian teacher Juwita Naibaho tells her students stories from the Bible on February 2, 2007 in a classroom at State Elementary School Menteng 01 where United States Senator Barack Obama studied for less than three years in the late 1960s. The Indonesian public school was painted by some U.S. media outlets as a hotbed of Islamic radicalism that influenced Obama, a hot U.S. presidential candidate, when he lived in Indonesia as a boy. Picture taken February 2, 2007. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA) 
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006 
Young survivors from Guinsaugon village listen to a bible reading at a Christian high-school in Saint... 
Saint Bernard, Philippines 
Survivors listen to bible reading at Christian high-school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines... 
Young survivors from Guinsaugon village listen to a bible reading at a Christian high-school in Saint Bernard town in southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006 after their homes at the remote farming village were destroyed in mudslides last Friday. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006 
Young survivors from Guinsaugon village listen to a bible reading at a Christian high-school in Saint... 
Saint Bernard, Philippines 
Survivors listen to bible reading at Christian high-school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines... 
Young survivors from Guinsaugon village listen to a bible reading at a Christian high-school in Saint Bernard town in southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006 after their homes at the remote farming village were destroyed in mudslides last Friday. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
MIDEAST SETTLERS
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January 17, 2006 
A settler reads a newspaper in front of a Bible school in an enclave slated for eviction in the West... 
Hebron 
Settler reads newspaper in front of Bible school in enclave slated for eviction in West Bank city of... 
A settler reads a newspaper in front of a Bible school in an enclave slated for eviction in the West Bank city of Hebron January 17, 2006. Israeli police forcibly removed a handful of right-wing Jewish youths from the West Bank city of Hebron on Tuesday to try to end days of unrest over plans to evict a settler enclave. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
CRIME SHOOTING
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May 06, 1999 
Columbine High School bible club members break off into small groups to talk and pray at the memorial... 
Littleton, USA 
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL BIBLE CLUB MEETS AT MEMORIAL SITE IN LITTLETON. 
Columbine High School bible club members break off into small groups to talk and pray at the memorial sites in Clement Park in Littleton, May 6. This is the second meeting for the club at the memorials since the April 20 shooting deaths of 12 students and one teacher at the hands of two teen gunmen. While people are still coming to the memorial sites, clean up began May 5 to clear the grounds of numerous makeshift memorial sites.

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CRIME SHOOTING
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April 24, 1999 
Three friends of John Robert Tomlin hug one another during the memorial service for John Robert Tomlin... 
Littleton, USA 
SHOOTING VICTIMS FRIENDS HUG AT MEMORIAL SERVICE. 
Three friends of John Robert Tomlin hug one another during the memorial service for John Robert Tomlin at Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado, April 23. Tomlin was one of the 12 students killed in the April 20 shooting rampage at Columbine High School. Police released the 911 tapes of phone calls from the high school during the shooting and are still investigating the possibility that other persons may be involved.

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CRIME SHOOTING
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April 24, 1999 
John Tomlin Sr. and his daughter Ashley arrive at Foothills Bible Church for the John Robert Tomlin memorial... 
Littleton, USA 
SHOOTING VICTIMS FATHER AND SISTER ARRIVE AT MEMORIAL. 
John Tomlin Sr. and his daughter Ashley arrive at Foothills Bible Church for the John Robert Tomlin memorial service in Littleton, Colorado, April 23. John Robert Tomlin was one of the 12 students killed in the April 20 shooting rampage at Columbine High School. Police released the 911 tapes of phone calls from the high school during the shooting and are still investigating the possibility that other persons may be involved.

JM/JP 
CRIME SHOOTING
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April 23, 1999 
Mourners at the John Tomlin memorial service line up under a portrait of Tomlin to greet the parents... 
Littleton, USA 
PEOPLE LINE UP TO GREET TOMLIN FAMILY UNDER PORTRAIT OF JOHN TOMLIN. 
Mourners at the John Tomlin memorial service line up under a portrait of Tomlin to greet the parents at Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado April 23. Tomlin died during the attack by teen gunmen at the high school April 20.

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CRIME SHOOTING
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April 23, 1999 
Columbine High School students and friends of John Robert Tomlin hug at the conclusion of the memorial... 
Littleton, USA 
COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HUG AT TOMLIN MEMORIAL IN LITTLETON. 
Columbine High School students and friends of John Robert Tomlin hug at the conclusion of the memorial service at Foothills Bible Church for Tomlin in Littleton, Colorado April 23. Tomlin died during the attack by teen gunmen at the high school April 20.

GCC/RC/CLH/ 
CRIME SHOOTING
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April 23, 1999 
Columbine High School students Adam Thompson (L) and Josh Kole bow their heads in prayer at the start... 
Littleton, USA 
COLUMBINE HS STUDENTS PRAY DURING MEMORIAL FOR TOMLIN. 
Columbine High School students Adam Thompson (L) and Josh Kole bow their heads in prayer at the start of the John Robert Tomlin memorial service at Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado April 23. Tomlin was shot and killed during the attack at the high school by two teen gunmen April 20.

GCC/RC/CLH/ 
CRIME SHOOTING
RTROEOP 
April 23, 1999 
An unidentified woman wipes a tear from her eyes as she attend the John Robert Tomlin, 16, memorial service... 
Littleton, USA 
MEMORIAL SERVICE GUEST WIPES TEARS FROM EYES. 
An unidentified woman wipes a tear from her eyes as she attend the John Robert Tomlin, 16, memorial service at the Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado, April 23. Tomlin was shot and killed by two teen gunmen during the rampage at Columbine High School April 20.

GCC/JP/CLH/ 
CRIME SHOOTING
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April 23, 1999 
John Robert Tomlin's brother Patrick, his father John, his mother Doreen, and his sister Ashley (L-R)... 
Littleton, USA 
COLUMBINE VICTIM TOMLIN'S FAMILY SPEAK AFTER MEMORIAL IN LITTLETON. 
John Robert Tomlin's brother Patrick, his father John, his mother Doreen, and his sister Ashley (L-R) gather for the media after the memorial service at Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado April 23. John Robert Tomlin was shot and killed by two teen gunmen during the rampage at Columbine High School April 20.

GCC/RC/CLH/ 
CRIME SHOOTING
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April 23, 1999 
John and Doreen Tomlin and son Patrick (second from right) walk into the sanctuary of Foothills Bible... 
Littleton, USA 
TOMLIN PARENTS ENTER PACKED CHURCH WITH PASTOR IN LITTLETON. 
John and Doreen Tomlin and son Patrick (second from right) walk into the sanctuary of Foothills Bible Church with Senior Pastor Bill Oudemolen (R) for the John Robert Tomlin memorial service April 23 in Littleton, Colorado. John Robert Tomlin, 17, died in the teen shooting spree at Columbine High School April 20 in Littleton.

GCC/SV/CLH/ 
CRIME SHOOTING
RTROEKO 
April 23, 1999 
John and Doreen Tomlin wait to enter church for the funeral of their son, John Robert Tomlin, at Foothills... 
Littleton, USA 
TOMLIN PARENTS WAIT TO ENTER CHURCH FOR SON'S MEMORIAL SERVICE. 
John and Doreen Tomlin wait to enter church for the funeral of their son, John Robert Tomlin, at Foothills Bible Church in Littleton, Colorado April 23. Tomlin, 17, was one of 13 people shot and killed at Columbine High School April 20. The Tomlin's service is the first for the victims of the shooting.

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ABORTION PROTEST
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April 19, 1999 
Rev. Flip Benham, national director of Operation Rescue, lifts his bible in prayer in a busy street intersection... 
Buffalo, USA 
PROTEST LEADER BENHAM RAISS BIBLE IN ANTI-ABORTION PROTEST. 
Rev. Flip Benham, national director of Operation Rescue, lifts his bible in prayer in a busy street intersection in Buffalo, New York April 19. Benham and his "Operation Save America" targeted schools and traffic on their first day of anti-abortion protests.

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