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USA-TRUMP/TOWNHALLS
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February 22, 2017
6-year-old Carson Holtgreve, who has been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, holds a sign during a town...
Metairie, UNITED STATES
6-year-old Carson Holtgreve, who has been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, holds a sign during a town...
6-year-old Carson Holtgreve, who has been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, holds a sign during a town hall meeting for Republican U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy in Metairie, Louisiana, U.S. February 22, 2017. Carson's mom, Nancy, not pictured, says she is worried that a repeal of the Affordable Care Act will affect her son's ability to receive proper treatment. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
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May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
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May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
RTX1B31T
May 01, 2015
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte...
A Catholic nun carries a cross made of flowers as the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
INDONESIA-EXECUTIONS/
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May 01, 2015
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral...
Jakarta, Indonesia
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral...
People pray at the coffin of executed Brazilian prisoner Rodrigo Gularte before his body leaves a funeral home for repatriation in Jakarta, Indonesia May 1, 2015. A Brazilian man executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder did not understand what was happening to him until his final moments, a priest assigned as his spiritual adviser told Australia's ABC radio on Thursday. Gularte was among eight people convicted of drug offences from several countries who were executed shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Brazil had made repeated personal pleas for Indonesia to commute his sentence on humanitarian grounds, citing his mental illness. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", talks during...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper talks during a news conference about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center...
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", talks during a news conference about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man wbbbith bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper (L), 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", talks...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper talks during panel discussion with Van Dahlen and former U.S. Congressman Kennedy in Washington...
Actor Bradley Cooper (L), 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", talks during a panel discussion with Barbara Van Dahlen and former U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy (R) about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", waits to...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper waits to speak during a news conference and panel discussion in Washington
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", waits to speak during a news conference and panel discussion about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", makes a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper makes point during news conference in Washington
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", makes a point during a news conference about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", waits to...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper waits to speak during a news conference in Washington
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", waits to speak during a news conference about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
RTR3D8HA
February 01, 2013
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", makes a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Cooper makes point during news conference in Washington
Actor Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", makes a point during a news conference about removing the stigma of mental illness at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
USA/
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February 01, 2013
Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", laughs after a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Actor Bradley Cooper laughs after reporter tells him that "Silver Linings Playbook" has been renamed...
Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscar best actor nominee for the movie "Silver Linings Playbook", laughs after a foreign reporter tells him that the movie has been renamed to "My Boyfriend Is A Psycho" in Russia, during a news conference at the Center for American Progress in Washington, February 1, 2013. The news conference is about removing the stigma of mental illness. Cooper plays a man with bipolar disorder in the film, which has been nominated for Academy Awards in all four major categories. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
FILM-BIPOLAR/
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May 28, 2010
British multi-millionaire Paul Downes (L) and filmmaker Mark James pose outside Channel 4 studios before...
London, United Kingdom
Multi-millionaire Downes and filmmaker James pose outside Channel 4 studios before the screening of the...
British multi-millionaire Paul Downes (L) and filmmaker Mark James pose outside Channel 4 studios before the screening of the documentary ?True Stories: Bipolar Expedition? in London May 6, 2010. After spending two weeks on a sun-drenched island off Jamaica with 12 Ukrainian beauties, British multi-millionaire Paul Downes went off the rails. Instead of sticking to his original 250,000-pound ($365,000) scheme of picking his perfect wife from the glamorous candidates he had flown to the island, Downes, 50, found himself in the grip of a manic episode, proclaiming himself not only the creator of mankind but the creator of God. That definitely was not in the script. Downes had asked a cameraman to document his unusual plan to find a soulmate. Instead, it was his mania that was caught on film, giving a rare insight into bipolar disorder. Picture taken May 6, 2010.
REUTERS/Natasha Elkington (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
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