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PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THJV
April 19, 2018
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THJQ
April 19, 2018
Bicycle police escort protesters marching down Market Street in Philadelphia, a week after two black...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Bicycle police escort protesters marching down Market Street in Philadelphia
Bicycle police escort protesters marching down Market Street in Philadelphia, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THJJ
April 19, 2018
Protesters marching down Market Street are seen reflected in a Starbucks storefront in Philadelphia,...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters marching down Market Street are seen reflected in a Starbucks storefront in Philadelphia
Protesters marching down Market Street are seen reflected in a Starbucks storefront in Philadelphia, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THIU
April 19, 2018
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters
Protesters march past Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THIG
April 19, 2018
Protesters march down Market Street in Philadelphia, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters march down Market Street in Philadelphia
Protesters march down Market Street in Philadelphia, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THHW
April 19, 2018
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THHH
April 19, 2018
Reverend Mark Kelly Tyler speaks as protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Reverend Mark Kelly Tyler speaks as protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters
Reverend Mark Kelly Tyler speaks as protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THHE
April 19, 2018
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THGM
April 19, 2018
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters
Protesters gather at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5THGJ
April 19, 2018
Police prepare to manage a protest at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Police prepare to manage a protest at Philadelphia police headquarters
Police prepare to manage a protest at Philadelphia police headquarters, a week after two black men were arrested at a Starbucks coffee shop, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Arrest of two black men in Starbucks sparks protests
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PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5QVEK
April 16, 2018
A Starbucks coffee beans roast sign is posted inside in front of protestors demonstrating with a "End...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A Starbucks coffee beans roast sign is posted inside in front of protestors demonstrating with a "End...
A Starbucks coffee beans roast sign is posted inside in front of protestors demonstrating with a "End Stop & Frisk" sign inside a Center City Starbucks, where two black men were arrested, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5QUA2
April 16, 2018
A customer (C) drinking a coffee observes protestors demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A customer drinking a coffee observes protestors demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where...
A customer (C) drinking a coffee observes protestors demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where two black men were arrested, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5QTNG
April 16, 2018
A protestor writes an anti-Starbucks message on a coffee cup while demonstrating inside a Center City...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A protestor writes an anti-Starbucks message on a coffee cup while demonstrating inside a Center City...
A protestor writes an anti-Starbucks message on a coffee cup while demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where two black men were arrested, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
PHILADELPHIA-STARBUCKS/
RTX5QTMD
April 16, 2018
A Starbucks coffee cup with "Stop Calling Cops!" written on the side sits on a table as police monitor...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A Starbucks coffee cup with "Stop Calling Cops!" written on the side sits on a table as police monitor...
A Starbucks coffee cup with "Stop Calling Cops!" written on the side sits on a table as police monitor protestors demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where two black men were arrested, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., April 16, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
MISSOURI-CRIME/
RTX3GHSF
September 16, 2017
A man sits outside a coffee shop in the Central West End neighborhood as law enforcement officials order...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
A man sits outside a coffee shop in the Central West End neighborhood as law enforcement officials order...
A man sits outside a coffee shop in the Central West End neighborhood as law enforcement officials order protesters to disperse after Jason Stockley, a former St. Louis police officer, was acquitted of murder in the 2011 fatal shooting of Anthony Lamar Smith, a black man suspected of dealing drugs, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Whitney Curtis
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33LAA
April 01, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33LA9
April 01, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33LA8
April 01, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in...
Pittsburg, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33L7H
March 31, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33L77
March 31, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron in Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
PENNSYLVANIA-COFFEE SHOP/
RTX33L76
March 31, 2017
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Pittsburgh, UNITED STATES
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron...
Nick Miller, co-owner of the Black Forge Coffee House (L), punches a customer loyalty card for a patron on in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., March 31, 2017. REUTERS/Maranie Staab
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/
RTR3KTJ6
April 11, 2014
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (R) drinks a cup of coffee next to Shanghai Mayor Yang Xiong during...
Shanghai, China
Australia's Prime Minister Abbott drinks a cup of coffee next to Shanghai Mayor Yang during a lunch meeting...
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (R) drinks a cup of coffee next to Shanghai Mayor Yang Xiong during a lunch meeting in Shanghai April 11, 2014. Search and rescue officials in Australia are confident they know the approximate position of the black box recorders from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Abbott said on Friday. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G18B
March 04, 2014
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a...
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a social services mission across the street, in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G188
March 04, 2014
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington...
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G186
March 04, 2014
Damon Hill (L) trims Lee Butler's hair (C) at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A man trims another man's hair at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington
Damon Hill (L) trims Lee Butler's hair (C) at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G183
March 04, 2014
Keith Larry (L) waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A man waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington
Keith Larry (L) waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-WEATHER/
RTX174FU
January 06, 2014
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago, Illinois, January 6, 2014. A blast of Arctic air gripped the mid-section of the United States on Monday, bringing the coldest temperatures in two decades. Meteorologists said temperatures were dangerously cold and life-threatening in some places, with 0 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 18 Celsius) recorded in Chicago, St. Louis and Indianapolis. The chill was set to bear down on eastern and southern states as the day wore on. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-OCCUPY/MAY1
RTR31HN4
May 02, 2012
Seattle police officers, wearing riot gear, guard a Starbucks coffee shop during May Day demonstrations...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Seattle police officers wearing riot gear guard a Starbucks coffee shop during May Day demonstrations...
Seattle police officers, wearing riot gear, guard a Starbucks coffee shop during May Day demonstrations that went violent in downtown Seattle May 1, 2012. Several hundred demonstrators, including hundreds in black masks, hoods and armed with bats destroyed the windows of a Wells Fargo Bank, NikeTown and an American Apparel store during one of the numerous marches throughout downtown Seattle. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GUINNESS-ALBANIAN/COFFEEBEANS
RTR2V637
December 12, 2011
People look at a coffee bean mosaic by Albanian artist Saimir Strati in Tirana December 12, 2011. The...
Tirana, Albania
People look at a coffee bean mosaic by Albanian artist Saimir Strati in Tirana
People look at a coffee bean mosaic by Albanian artist Saimir Strati in Tirana December 12, 2011. The mosaic, made with a million coffee beans, depicting five musicians, entered the Guinness World Records on Monday as the world's largest coffee bean mosaic. Strati used 140 kg (309 pounds) of coffee beans, some roasted black, some averagely and some not roasted at all, to portray a Brazilian dancer, a Japanese drummer, a U.S. country music singer, a European accordionist and an African drummer. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
GUINNESS-ALBANIAN/COFFEEBEANS
RTR2V636
December 12, 2011
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, speaks in front of his coffee bean mosaic in Tirana December 12, 2011....
Tirana, Albania
Albanian artist Saimir Strati speaks in front of his coffee bean mosaic in Tirana
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, speaks in front of his coffee bean mosaic in Tirana December 12, 2011. The mosaic, made with a million coffee beans, depicting five musicians, entered the Guinness World Records on Monday as the world's largest coffee bean mosaic. Strati used 140 kg (309 pounds) of coffee beans, some roasted black, some averagely and some not roasted at all, to portray a Brazilian dancer, a Japanese drummer, a U.S. country music singer, a European accordionist and an African drummer. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
GUINNESS-ALBANIAN/COFFEEBEANS
RTR2V635
December 12, 2011
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records...
Tirana, Albania
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records...
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records certificate in Tirana December 12, 2011. The mosaic, made with a million coffee beans, depicting five musicians, entered the Guinness World Records on Monday as the world's largest coffee bean mosaic. Strati used 140 kg (309 pounds) of coffee beans, some roasted black, some averagely and some not roasted at all, to portray a Brazilian dancer, a Japanese drummer, a U.S. country music singer, a European accordionist and an African drummer. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
GUINNESS-ALBANIAN/COFFEEBEANS
RTR2V634
December 12, 2011
Guinness World Records adjudicator Seyda Subasi Gemici (L) poses with Albanian artist Saimir Strati in...
Tirana, Albania
Guinness World Records adjudicator Seyda Subasi Gemici poses with Albanian artist Saimir Strati in front...
Guinness World Records adjudicator Seyda Subasi Gemici (L) poses with Albanian artist Saimir Strati in front of his coffee bean mosaic in Tirana December 12, 2011. The mosaic, made with a million coffee beans, depicting five musicians, entered the Guinness World Records on Monday as the world's largest coffee bean mosaic. Strati used 140 kg (309 pounds) of coffee beans, some roasted black, some averagely and some not roasted at all, to portray a Brazilian dancer, a Japanese drummer, a U.S. country music singer, a European accordionist and an African drummer. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
GUINNESS-ALBANIAN/COFFEEBEANS
RTR2V633
December 12, 2011
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records...
Tirana, Albania
Albanian artist Saimir Strati poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records...
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 45, poses in front of his coffee bean mosaic with his Guinness World Records certificate in Tirana December 12, 2011. The mosaic, made with a million coffee beans, depicting five musicians, entered the Guinness World Records on Monday as the world's largest coffee bean mosaic. Strati used 140 kg (309 pounds) of coffee beans, some roasted black, some averagely and some not roasted at all, to portray a Brazilian dancer, a Japanese drummer, a U.S. country music singer, a European accordionist and an African drummer. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PALESTINIANS-RECONCILIATION/
RTR2LZ9F
May 04, 2011
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement between rival Palestinian factions...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement in Gaza City
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement between rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas, at a coffee shop in Gaza City May 4, 2011. President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday Palestinians were turning a "black page" on division at the ceremony in Egypt to heal a four-year rift between his Fatah movement and Islamist group Hamas. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS)
PALESTINIANS-RECONCILIATION/
RTR2LZ9D
May 04, 2011
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement between rival Palestinian factions...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement in Gaza City
Palestinians watch the signing ceremony of the reconciliation agreement between rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas, at a coffee shop in Gaza City May 4, 2011. President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday Palestinians were turning a "black page" on division at the ceremony in Egypt to heal a four-year rift between his Fatah movement and Islamist group Hamas. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS)
KENYA-COFFEE
RTR2JKOE
March 07, 2011
Women grade coffee beans in a coffee factory at Komothai in Ruiru January 25, 2011. In Kenya's coffee...
Ruiru, Kenya
Women grade coffee beans in a coffee factory at Komothai in Ruiru
Women grade coffee beans in a coffee factory at Komothai in Ruiru January 25, 2011. In Kenya's coffee growing area of Komothai, record prices at auction have farmers dreaming of a better future and driving to improve their crop. Record high commodity prices have rattled finance ministries in the West, but poor growers see things differently - especially in Kenya where reforms now mean more profits trickle down to them. Picture taken January 25, 2011. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-RETAIL/BLACKFRIDAY
RTXV3IT
November 26, 2010
A shopper holds his coffee cup with his teeth as he uses both hands to open the catalogue at Toys R Us...
New York, UNITED STATES
A shopper holds his coffee cup with his teeth as he uses both hands to open the catalogue at Toys R Us...
A shopper holds his coffee cup with his teeth as he uses both hands to open the catalogue at Toys R Us on Black Friday in New York November 26, 2010. Early-bird bargain-hunters scooped up "Black Friday" deals on everything from TVs to toys across the United States, but many said discounts were not as deep as those offered last year. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CRIME/POLICE
RTXRB24
November 30, 2009
A Seattle Police Department officer is seen with a black mourning band on his badge at the scene of an...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Black mourning band on badge of Seattle Police Department officer at scene of an all night stakeout in...
A Seattle Police Department officer is seen with a black mourning band on his badge at the scene of an all night stakeout in Seattle, Washington November 30, 2009 after searching for Maurice Clemmons, a suspect in the killing of four Lakewood police officers. Lakewood Officers Tina Griswold, 40, Gregory Richards, 42, Sgt. Mark Renninger, 39, and Ronald Owens, 37 where killed in a coffee house 30 miles south of the search. The suspect is still on the loose. REUTERS/Marcus Donner (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UGANDA-COFFEE/
RTR27J8D
September 07, 2009
Hawa Nakawungu, a coffee farmer sprays her trees with pesticide on her farm near Uganda's capital Kampala,...
Kampala, Uganda
Hawa Nakawungu, a coffee farmer sprays her trees with pesticide on her farm near Uganda's capital Kampala,...
Hawa Nakawungu, a coffee farmer sprays her trees with pesticide on her farm near Uganda's capital Kampala, July 18, 2009. Nakawungu cut a space-age figure as she paced around her tiny coffee farm, squirting pesticide from a yellow pump mounted on her back. REUTERS/Hereward Holland (UGANDA ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
NCAA/
RTR22C3T
December 06, 2008
University of Alabama running back Glen Coffee picks up a third quarter first down before being brought...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
University of Alabama running back Coffee is brought down by University of Florida defenders in Atlanta...
University of Alabama running back Glen Coffee picks up a third quarter first down before being brought down by University of Florida defenders including Ahmad Black (bottom) during their NCAA Southeastern Conference title college football game in Atlanta, Georgia, December 6, 2008. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES)
THAILAND
RTX83UK
July 25, 2008
Thai soldiers (in black) enjoy coffee with Cambodian soldiers near the Cekakiri Svarak pagoda of the...
Kantaralak, Thailand
Thai soldiers enjoy coffee with Cambodian soldiers near the Cekakiri Svarak pagoda
Thai soldiers (in black) enjoy coffee with Cambodian soldiers near the Cekakiri Svarak pagoda of the Preah Vihear temple, about 245 km (152 miles) north of Phnom Penh, July 25, 2008. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
KENYA-COFFEE/
RTX6ADY
May 29, 2008
A farmer attends to her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu district, May 28, 2008. Growing...
Kiambu, Kenya
Farmer attends to her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu
A farmer attends to her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu district, May 28, 2008. Growing demand for Kenyan beans, an attack of coffee berry disease last year that cut the supply, and direct sales to buyers have driven a surge in coffee prices. Picture taken May 28, 2008. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
KENYA-COFFEE/
RTX6ADL
May 29, 2008
A farmer prunes her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu district, May 28, 2008. Growing demand...
Kiambu, Kenya
Farmer prunes her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu district
A farmer prunes her coffee bushes at a family plantation in Kiambu district, May 28, 2008. Growing demand for Kenyan beans, an attack of coffee berry disease last year that cut the supply, and direct sales to buyers have driven a surge in coffee prices. Picture taken May 28, 2008. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NFB3
March 13, 2007
Small businessman Ambes Tewelde gestures as he shows the coffee menu to his customers in his coffee-shop...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Ambes Tewelde talks in his coffee-shop in Mekele
Small businessman Ambes Tewelde gestures as he shows the coffee menu to his customers in his coffee-shop with the unauthorised brandname "Starbucks! in Mekele, March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop called "Starbucks". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NFAV
March 13, 2007
Customers talk and drink inside a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks",...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Customers talk and drink in a coffee-shop in Mekele
Customers talk and drink inside a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks", March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NFAN
March 13, 2007
Small businessman Ambes Tewelde stands outside of his coffee-shop under a big hand-painted "Starbucks"...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Ambes Tewelde stands outside of his coffee-shop in Mekele
Small businessman Ambes Tewelde stands outside of his coffee-shop under a big hand-painted "Starbucks" sign in Mekele, March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop with the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks". REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NFA5
March 13, 2007
Tirhas Dawit offers popcorn to customers during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele that...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Tirhas Dawit offers popcorn to customers during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele
Tirhas Dawit offers popcorn to customers during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks", March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NFA0
March 13, 2007
Tirhas Dawit pours coffee during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Tirhas Dawit pours coffee during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele
Tirhas Dawit pours coffee during a traditional ceremony in a coffee-shop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name "Starbucks", March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee-shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NF9C
March 13, 2007
Tirhas Dawit waits for coffee to brew during a traditional ceremony in a coffeshop in Mekele that uses...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Tirhas Dawit waits for coffee to brew during a traditional ceremony in a coffeshop in Mekele
Tirhas Dawit waits for coffee to brew during a traditional ceremony in a coffeshop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name 'Starbucks', March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA
RTR1NF98
March 13, 2007
Customers drink coffee and talk outside a coffeshop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name 'Starbucks'...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Customers drink coffee and talk outside the local coffeeshop in Mekele
Customers drink coffee and talk outside a coffeshop in Mekele that uses the unauthorised brand name 'Starbucks' in , March 13, 2007. As Ethiopia and U.S. coffee shop giant Starbucks fight it out in a high profile trademark dispute, little notice is being taken of another potential row brewing in the backstreets of a highland town. Small businessman Ambes Tewelde has a roaring trade selling some 400 cups a day of fine Ethiopian coffee in a perpetually packed coffee-shop named Starbucks. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NE2E
March 12, 2007
Customers have coffee inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Customers have coffee inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele
Customers have coffee inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NE23
March 12, 2007
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia,...
Mekele, Ethiopia
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele
Coffee is prepared for customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NDY4
March 12, 2007
A waitress serves coffee to customers outside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007....
Mekele, Ethiopia
A waitress serves coffee to customers outside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele
A waitress serves coffee to customers outside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NDY2
March 12, 2007
A Tigray woman sells lottery tickets to customers inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March...
Mekele, Ethiopia
A Tigray woman sells lottery tickets to customers inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele
A Tigray woman sells lottery tickets to customers inside a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
ETHIOPIA/
RTR1NDXX
March 12, 2007
A waitress smiles as she serves coffee to the customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele...
Mekele, Ethiopia
A waitress smiles as she serves coffee to the customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" in Mekele
A waitress smiles as she serves coffee to the customers at a local "Starbucks Coffee" shop in Mekele March 12, 2007. Ethiopia, Africa's biggest coffee producer and the birthplace of coffee, accuses Starbucks of blocking its efforts to trademark its Sidamo and Harar beans. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ETHIOPIA)
FOOD-RESTAURANT/MAIDS
RTR1KG3C
December 15, 2006
Cindy Wang places a coffee on a customer's table while working at the iMaid cafe in Scarborough, a Toronto...
Toronto, Canada
To match story FOOD-RESTAURANT/MAIDS
Cindy Wang places a coffee on a customer's table while working at the iMaid cafe in Scarborough, a Toronto suburb, December 5, 2006. The tiny eatery, decorated almost completely in black and white, is creating a big buzz in Toronto but it's not the decor getting attention -- it's the servers, who all wear French maid outfits. With servers in black mini-skirts, long socks and white aprons, the cafe is believed to be the first in Canada to mimic the cartoon-inspired restaurants devoted to "costume play", or cosplay, that first appeared in Japan a few years ago. Photo taken on December 5, 2006. To match story FOOD-RESTAURANT/MAIDS REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski (CANADA)
ANOREXIA/DANCER
RTR1K0X8
December 04, 2006
Sarah Wilkinson poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters in Hyde Park, London November...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature ANOREXIA/DANCER
Sarah Wilkinson poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters in Hyde Park, London November 15, 2006. Wilkinson, a former ballet dancer, used to lie in bed at night thinking she would die as her body began to consume itself after a diet of black coffee and laxatives left her skeletal and malnourished. Picture taken November 15. To match feature ANOREXIA/DANCER REUTERS/Deborah Haynes (BRITAIN)
TAIWAN COFFEE ODD
RTR1G1TB
August 03, 2006
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a coffee shop in Taipei August 3, 2006, days after an unusual government...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei barista pumps coffee at coffee shop in Taipei
A Taipei barista pumps coffee at a coffee shop in Taipei August 3, 2006, days after an unusual government caffeine-content advisory took effect throughout Taiwan. The government has asked coffee shop chains to post notices on how much caffeine is in each cup so customers do not harm their health by drinking too much. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
SAFRICA FASHION WEEK
RTR1FVF4
July 27, 2006
A man looks at a projected image of a model at the Johannesburg art gallery July 27,2006. The first major...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A man looks at a projected image of a model at the Johannesburg art gallery
A man looks at a projected image of a model at the Johannesburg art gallery July 27,2006. The first major show of the week by Black Coffee featured photographs of ordinary people modelling clothes on the streets of downtown Johannesburg, among trash collectors and fruit sellers. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (South Africa)
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