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RELIGION-ASHURA/INDIA
RTSAA9PV 
August 09, 2022 
A Shi'ite Muslim mourner collects razor blades from other mourners during a Muharram procession marking... 
Ahmedabad, India 
A Muharram procession marking Ashura, in Ahmedabad 
A Shi'ite Muslim mourner collects razor blades from other mourners during a Muharram procession marking Ashura in Ahmedabad, India, August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7I3EF 
May 09, 2020 
A migrant worker gets a shave by a barber using a razor blade on a pavement during an extended lockdown... 
Ahmedabad, India 
Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ahmedabad 
A migrant worker gets a shave by a barber using a razor blade on a pavement during an extended lockdown to slow the spreading of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Ahmedabad, India, May 9, 2020. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
USA-CANADA/TRADE-SOFTWOOD
RTS30TJG 
February 04, 2020 
A saw blade is sharpened at West Fraser Pacific Inland Resources sawmill in Smithers, British Columbia,... 
SMITHERS, Canada 
A saw blade is sharpened at West Fraser Pacific Inland Resources sawmill in Smithers 
A saw blade is sharpened at West Fraser Pacific Inland Resources sawmill in Smithers, British Columbia, Canada February 4, 2020. REUTERS/Jesse Winter 
JAPAN-AINU/
RTS2TA4A 
October 28, 2019 
Ainu tattooist Mai Hachiya cuts her thumb with a razor blade to create a tattoo at her apartment in Sapporo,... 
Sapporo, Japan 
The Wider Image: Japan builds 'Ethnic Harmony' tribute to indigenous Ainu 
Ainu tattooist Mai Hachiya cuts her thumb with a razor blade to create a tattoo at her apartment in Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefecture, northern Japan, July 3, 2019. Some Ainu worry the new museum complex is mostly meant to burnish Japan's international standing ahead of the Olympics. "I think it's possible it could end up becoming a theme park," said Hachiya. "People would come to see the dancing and other performances. It would be like a zoo." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON AINU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX5LHDL 
April 10, 2018 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata, India,... 
Kolkata, India 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata, India, April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX5LGQN 
April 10, 2018 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata, India,... 
Kolkata, India 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata 
A woman uses a razor blade to shave her son's head on a pavement along a market area in Kolkata, India, April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri 
ALBANIA-GREECE/WW2GRAVES
RTS1LN4Z 
January 29, 2018 
Bullets, empty shells and an old razor thought to belong to Greek World War Two soldiers are pictured... 
HIMARA, Albania 
Items thought to belong to Greek World War Two soldiers are pictured in Himara 
Bullets, empty shells and an old razor thought to belong to Greek World War Two soldiers are pictured in Himara, Albania January 26, 2018. Picture taken January 26, 2018. REUTERS/Florion Goga 
GLOBAL-HAIR/
RTS1FWJU 
October 10, 2017 
Hair cutting scissors and razor blade holders are seen on display for sale at a shop in Peshawar, Pakistan... 
Peshawar, Pakistan 
Hair cutting scissors and razor blade holders are seen on display for sale at a shop in Peshawar 
Hair cutting scissors and razor blade holders are seen on display for sale at a shop in Peshawar, Pakistan October 10, 2017. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz 
USA-MEXICO/HEROIN
RTS15LXJ 
May 08, 2017 
A soldier holds a lanced poppy bulb to show how to extract the sap, which is used to make opium, during... 
COYUCA DE CATALAN, Mexico 
A soldier holds a lanced poppy bulb to show how to extract the sap, which is used to make opium, during... 
A soldier holds a lanced poppy bulb to show how to extract the sap, which is used to make opium, during a military operation to destroy a poppy field in the municipality of Coyuca de Catalan, Mexico April 18, 2017. Picture taken April 18, 2017. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
INDIA-PROTEST/
RTX34I7S 
April 07, 2017 
A farmer from the southern state of Tamil Nadu rubs blood on a fellow protestors feet after deliberately... 
Delhi, India 
A farmer from the southern state of Tamil Nadu rubs blood on a fellow protestors feet after deliberately... 
A farmer from the southern state of Tamil Nadu rubs blood on a fellow protestors feet after deliberately cutting himself with a razor blade during a protest demanding a drought-relief package from the federal government, in New Delhi, India April 7, 2017. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/MACEDONIA
RTX28G9R 
February 24, 2016 
A border fence with razor wire is pictured at the Macedonian-Greek border in Gevgelija, Macedonia, February... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A border fence with razor wire is pictured at the Macedonian-Greek border in Gevgelija 
A border fence with razor wire is pictured at the Macedonian-Greek border in Gevgelija, Macedonia, February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
Wider Image
Wider Image 
Fighting the Jigger Parasite - 26 Aug 2015 
22 PICTURES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPES 
August 26, 2015 
A Sole Hope volunteer uses a razor blade to cut out a female sand flea from a man's foot in Kalebera... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A Sole Hope volunteer uses a razor blade to cut out a female sand flea from a man's foot in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 11 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPER 
August 26, 2015 
A school girl holds a piece of paper on which the location of jiggers on her feet will be drawn by Sole... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A school girl holds a piece of paper on which the location of jiggers on her feet will be drawn by Sole Hope volunteer workers in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 6 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEN 
August 26, 2015 
Yusuf Kagwa, 45, who suffered severe jigger infestation, sits on his bed at his home in Buyende district,... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Yusuf Kagwa, 45, who suffered severe jigger infestation, sits on his bed at his home in Buyende district, eastern Uganda August 5, 2015 after being discharged from the Sole Hope medical centre. Left untreated, jigger parasites can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. The problem of jiggers, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Kagwa, a farmer, was infested and had the parasite all over his body. Volunteers counted 2,555 parasite burrow marks before he received treatment. REUTERS/James Akena TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 2 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEJ 
August 26, 2015 
A Sole Hope volunteer secures boxes of shoes onto the top of a field truck with rope at their offices... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A Sole Hope volunteer secures boxes of shoes onto the top of a field truck with rope at their offices in Jinja town August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 22 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEI 
August 26, 2015 
School children stand barefoot in a queue waiting for jiggers in their feet to be removed during a medical... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
School children stand barefoot in a queue waiting for jiggers in their feet to be removed during a medical outreach project conducted by Sole Hope in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 4 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEH 
August 26, 2015 
A schoolgirl sits with her schoolmates and sucks a lollipop to soothe her as her foot is examined to... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A schoolgirl sits with her schoolmates and sucks a lollipop to soothe her as her foot is examined to remove jiggers from it in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 10 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEF 
August 26, 2015 
A Sole Hope volunteer helps fit a young boy with shoes shortly after he underwent treatment to remove... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A Sole Hope volunteer helps fit a young boy with shoes shortly after he underwent treatment to remove jiggers from his feet in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 15 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPED 
August 26, 2015 
A Sole Hope volunteer cleans the feet of a man infested with jiggers before having the parasites removed... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A Sole Hope volunteer cleans the feet of a man infested with jiggers before having the parasites removed in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 7 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEC 
August 26, 2015 
A schoolgirl sits with her schoolmates and sucks a lollipop to soothe her as jiggers are removed from... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A schoolgirl sits with her schoolmates and sucks a lollipop to soothe her as jiggers are removed from her foot in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 9 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEB 
August 26, 2015 
A Sole Hope volunteer examines the foot of a man infested with jiggers before removing the parasites... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A Sole Hope volunteer examines the foot of a man infested with jiggers before removing the parasites in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 8 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPEA 
August 26, 2015 
A close-up photograph shows a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A close-up photograph shows a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 12 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPE9 
August 26, 2015 
An employee of charity Sole Hope make shoe soles from strips cut from used car tyres at their workshop... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
An employee of charity Sole Hope make shoe soles from strips cut from used car tyres at their workshop in Jinja town August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 16 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPE7 
August 26, 2015 
Sole Hope Executive Director Dru Collie carries a child who is being treated to have jiggers removed... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Sole Hope Executive Director Dru Collie carries a child who is being treated to have jiggers removed from his feet in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 14 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDW 
August 26, 2015 
Schoolchildren wear shoes soon after undergoing jigger removal and treatment in Kalebera village, Jinja... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Schoolchildren wear shoes soon after undergoing jigger removal and treatment in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda, August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 19 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDU 
August 26, 2015 
An employee of the charity Sole Hope make shoes from strips cut from used car tires and old denim at... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
An employee of the charity Sole Hope make shoes from strips cut from used car tires and old denim at their workshop in Jinja town August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 18 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDS 
August 26, 2015 
An employee of the charity Sole Hope makes shoes from old denim and soles from strips cut from used car... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
An employee of the charity Sole Hope makes shoes from old denim and soles from strips cut from used car tyres at their workshop in Jinja town August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 17 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDR 
August 26, 2015 
A close-up photograph shows a housefly on a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A close-up photograph shows a housefly on a female sand flea that has been removed from a sufferer as it lays its eggs in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 13 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDQ 
August 26, 2015 
Sole Hope Executive Director Dru Collie speaks with children seated in a circle as they wear their new... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Sole Hope Executive Director Dru Collie speaks with children seated in a circle as they wear their new shoes soon after undergoing jigger removal and treatment by Sole Hope in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda, August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 20 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDO 
August 26, 2015 
Volunteers take selfie pictures with schoolchildren during an outreach medical session conducted by Sole... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Volunteers take selfie pictures with schoolchildren during an outreach medical session conducted by Sole Hope in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda, August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 21 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDM 
August 26, 2015 
Toes of a baby that are hosting jiggers under nails are seen before undergoing jigger removal and treatment... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Toes of a baby that are hosting jiggers under nails are seen before undergoing jigger removal and treatment by the Sole Hope organisation in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 5 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDL 
August 26, 2015 
A boy puts on his new shoes in a doorway of his family home in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
A boy puts on his new shoes in a doorway of his family home in Kalebera village, Jinja district, eastern Uganda August 6, 2015. The problem of jigger parasites, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. Left untreated, the parasite can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Encouraging people to cover their feet is part of the battle against the parasite; treatment includes a free pair of shoes as very few of those affected are able to afford even sandals. REUTERS/James Akena PICTURE 3 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES 
UGANDA-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PPDJ 
August 26, 2015 
Yusuf Kagwa, 45, who suffered severe jigger infestation, poses for a picture to show the jigger scars... 
Jinja, Uganda 
Wider Image: Fighting the Jigger Parasite 
Yusuf Kagwa, 45, who suffered severe jigger infestation, poses for a picture to show the jigger scars in his feet at his home in Buyende district, eastern Uganda August 5, 2015 after being discharged from the Sole Hope medical centre. Left untreated, jigger parasites can lead to secondary infections that can be fatal. The problem of jiggers, female sand fleas that burrow their way under skin, is widespread in the eastern, northern and northeastern parts of Uganda. NGO Sole Hope works with local and international volunteers to treat sufferers, removing the parasites either with safety pins or razor blades. Kagwa, a farmer, was infested and had the parasite all over his body. Volunteers counted 2,555 parasite burrow marks before he received treatment. REUTERS/James Akena TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 1 OF 22 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING THE JIGGER PARASITE". SEARCH "JIGGER AKENA" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTX1NAUO 
August 06, 2015 
Sudanese barber Halifa shaves the hair of Abdu Al Hamud from Sudan at "The New Jungle" camp in Calais,... 
Calais, France 
Sudanese barber Halifa shaves the hair of Abdu Al Hamud from Sudan at "The New Jungle" camp in Calai 
Sudanese barber Halifa shaves the hair of Abdu Al Hamud from Sudan at "The New Jungle" camp in Calais, France, August 6, 2015. For most of the 3,000 inhabitants of the "Jungle", a shanty town on the sand dunes of France's north coast, the climax of each day is the nightly bid to sneak into the undersea tunnel they hope will lead to new life in Britain. REUTERS/Juan Medina 
ASIA-MIGRANTS/
RTX1EEY9 
May 25, 2015 
A Bangladeshi migrant, who arrived recently by boat, shaves outside a temporary shelter in Kuala Langsa,... 
LANGSA, Indonesia 
A Bangladeshi migrant, who arrived recently by boat, shaves outside a temporary shelter in Kuala Langsa,... 
A Bangladeshi migrant, who arrived recently by boat, shaves outside a temporary shelter in Kuala Langsa, in Indonesia's Aceh Province May 25, 2015. Malaysia's police chief said on Monday that 139 graves believed to contain the remains of migrants were found near the country's border with Thailand, and that some graves contained more than one body. The graves were found at 28 suspected human trafficking camps located around 500 metres (550 yards) from the border in northern Malaysia, said Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula 
BRAZIL-IMMIGRANTS/
RTX1DVGO 
May 21, 2015 
A Haitian immigrant cuts the hair of his friend at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where they... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Haitian immigrant cuts the hair of his friend at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where they... 
A Haitian immigrant cuts the hair of his friend at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo, Brazil May 20, 2015. Three years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 300 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last week in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre, local media reported. REUTERS/Nacho Doce 
GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA
RTR4WI3H 
April 08, 2015 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in Kiambu, outside the capital Nairobi, March 31, 2015. Audrey Mbugua will not say whether it was a razor blade, pills or carbon monoxide that she used to try to kill herself. Born a male in Kenya and given the name Andrew, she felt trapped in the wrong body and started dressing in women's clothes while at university, attracting ridicule and rejection. After graduation, Mbugua was jobless, penniless and alone. Picture taken March 31, 2015. To match GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA REUTERS/Katy Migiro 
GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA
RTR4WI1Q 
April 08, 2015 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in Kiambu, outside the capital Nairobi, March 31, 2015. Audrey Mbugua will not say whether it was a razor blade, pills or carbon monoxide that she used to try to kill herself. Born a male in Kenya and given the name Andrew, she felt trapped in the wrong body and started dressing in women's clothes while at university, attracting ridicule and rejection. After graduation, Mbugua was jobless, penniless and alone. Picture taken March 31, 2015. To match GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA REUTERS/Katy Migiro 
GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA
RTR4WI16 
April 08, 2015 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in... 
Audrey Mbugua, 31, Kenya’s most famous transgender campaigner, poses for a photograph in her garden in Kiambu, outside the capital Nairobi, in this picture taken March 31, 2015. Audrey Mbugua will not say whether it was a razor blade, pills or carbon monoxide that she used to try to kill herself. Born a male in Kenya and given the name Andrew, she felt trapped in the wrong body and started dressing in women's clothes while at university, attracting ridicule and rejection. After graduation, Mbugua was jobless, penniless and alone. Picture taken March 31, 2015. To match GAY-RIGHTS/KENYA REUTERS/Katy Migiro 
PHILIPPINES-RELIGION/
RTR4VYZZ 
April 03, 2015 
A man use a razor blade to cut the arm of a penitent while others looks on inside a Boac cemetery in... 
Marinduque, Philippines 
A man use a razor blade to cut the arm of a penitent while others looks on inside a Boac cemetery in... 
A man use a razor blade to cut the arm of a penitent while others looks on inside a Boac cemetery in Marinduque island, central Philippines April 3, 2015, as part of their devotion to their faith during Holy Week. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco


KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU
RTR4S57A 
March 05, 2015 
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014. To match... 
Lamu, Kenya 
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu 
A heroin addict injects heroin in Lamu November 21, 2014. Picture taken November 21, 2014. To match KENYA-DRUGS/LAMU REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ELSALVADOR-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4NICQ 
January 29, 2015 
A street vendor sells razor blades during rush hour in downtown San Salvador January 29, 2015. REUTERS/Jose... 
San Salvador, El Salvador 
A street vendor sells razor blades during rush hour in downtown San Salvador 
A street vendor sells razor blades during rush hour in downtown San Salvador January 29, 2015. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HWFS 
December 13, 2014 
A Maasai moran athlete uses a razor blade to groom during preparations for the Maasai Olympics 2014 at... 
Kajiado, Kenya 
A Maasai moran athlete uses a razor blade to groom during preparations for the Maasai Olympics 2014 at... 
A Maasai moran athlete uses a razor blade to groom during preparations for the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS) 
KENYA-CIRCUMCISION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4DUZI 
November 12, 2014 
A Pokot woman holds a razor blade after performing a circumcision on four girls in a village about 80... 
Marigat, Kenya 
A Pokot woman holds a razor blade after performing a circumcision on four girls in a village about 80... 
A Pokot woman holds a razor blade after performing a circumcision on four girls in a village about 80 kilometres from the town of Marigat in Baringo County, October 16, 2014. The traditional practice of circumcision within the Pokot tribe is a rite of passage that marks the transition to womanhood and is a requirement for all girls before they marry. More than a quarter of girls and women in Kenya have undergone genital cutting, according to United Nations data. Despite a government ban on the life-threatening practice since 2011, the long-standing tradition remains a rite of passage, particularly among poor families in rural areas. Picture taken October 16, 2014. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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MYANMAR-ASHOURA/
RTR4CQ9X 
November 04, 2014 
A man picks a razor from the floor after flagellating himself during a ceremony for the Ashura festival... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
A man picks a razor from the floor after flagellating himself during a ceremony for the Ashura festival... 
A man picks a razor from the floor after flagellating himself during a ceremony for the Ashura festival at a mosque in central Yangon November 4, 2014. Ashoura, which falls on the 10th day of the Islamic month of Muharram, commemorates the death of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammad, who was killed in the seventh century battle of Kerbala. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
THAILAND-VEGETARIAN/
RTR48CYX 
September 30, 2014 
A devotee in trance comes down the ladders made of metal blades during the annual vegetarian festival... 
Phuket, Thailand 
A devotee in trance comes down the ladders made of metal blades during the annual vegetarian festival... 
A devotee in trance comes down the ladders made of metal blades during the annual vegetarian festival in central Phuket late September 30, 2014. The festival, featuring face-piercing, spirit mediums and strict vegetarianism celebrates the local Chinese community's belief that abstinence from meat and various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
HONGKONG-CHINA/ACADEMICS
RTR48BDO 
September 30, 2014 
Academics Benny Tai (R) and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Academics Benny Tai and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement, attend... 
Academics Benny Tai (R) and Chan Kin-man, founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement, attend a pro-democracy rally in Hong Kong August 31, 2014. Some academics, including Tai and Chan, at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralysed by the biggest protests since it returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Chan Kin-man, a professor of sociology at the Chinese University who has been on the frontlines of the protests, said he has a stack of envelopes containing death threats scrawled in Chinese characters. Benny Tai, a law professor at the University of Hong Kong, said he had also received death threats, some addressed to "The Devil", with one envelope containing a razor blade. Neither Chan nor Tai reported the death threats to police. Five other academics told Reuters they had suffered intimidation because of their activism. Picture taken August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
THAILAND-VEGETARIAN/
RTR47ZJT 
September 28, 2014 
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A devotee of the Ban Tha Rua Chinese shrine... 
Phuket, United Kingdom 
A devotee of Ban Tha Rua Chinese shrine with his cheeks pierced with razor blades takes a part in street... 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY
A devotee of the Ban Tha Rua Chinese shrine with his cheeks pierced with razor blades takes a part in street procession celebrating the annual vegetarian festival in Phuket September 28, 2014. The festival, featuring face-piercing, spirit mediums and strict vegetarianism celebrates the local Chinese community's belief that abstinence from meat and various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar will help them obtain good health and peace of mind. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
MYANMAR/
RTX14NUW 
October 25, 2013 
A boy has his head shaved during a religious ceremony at a Buddhist monastery in the historical city... 
BAGAN, Myanmar 
A boy has his head shaved during a religious ceremony at a Buddhist monastery in Bagan 
A boy has his head shaved during a religious ceremony at a Buddhist monastery in the historical city of Bagan October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PAKISTAN/
RTR3FOXM 
October 07, 2013 
A man shaves his monkey with a razor before it performs tricks for money in Lahore October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Mohsin... 
Lahore, Pakistan 
A man shaves his monkey with a razor before it performs tricks for money in Lahore 
A man shaves his monkey with a razor before it performs tricks for money in Lahore October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ANIMALS) 
BRAZIL/
RTR39TN3 
October 31, 2012 
Demonstrators cut themselves with a razor blade in order to symbolize the blood that has been shed by... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Demonstrators cut themselves with a razor blade in support of the Guarani-Kaiowa Indians at the Esplanade... 
Demonstrators cut themselves with a razor blade in order to symbolize the blood that has been shed by Indians killed in land conflicts between Indians and farmers in Brazil, in support of the Guarani-Kaiowa Indians at the Esplanade of Ministries in Brasilia October 31, 2012. According to local media, a court ruling which ordered the eviction of Guarani-Kaiowa Indians from the southern part of the Mato Grosso do Sul has been suspended. The Guarani-Kaiowa Indians can now remain in the ten thousand square meters area, which is subject to repossession. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VM 
December 14, 2011 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VL 
December 14, 2011 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VK 
December 14, 2011 
Gillette's factory is pictured in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
Gillette's factory is pictured in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VJ 
December 14, 2011 
Gillette's factory is pictured in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
Gillette's factory is pictured in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VI 
December 14, 2011 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VG 
December 14, 2011 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
A worker does quality checks on razor blades manufactured at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VF 
December 14, 2011 
Mike DiBella monitors machines producing razor blades at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
Mike DiBella monitors machines producing razor blades at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT
RTR2V8VE 
December 14, 2011 
Mike DiBella monitors machines producing razor blades at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT 
Mike DiBella monitors machines producing razor blades at Gillette's factory in Boston, Massachusetts December 5, 2011. On a quiet stretch of the Boston waterfront, about a mile from the city's main tourist sites, a Gillette factory hums along 24 hours a day, producing the company's top-of-the-line razor blades. Picture taken December 5, 2011. To match Feature USA-MANUFACTURING/RESPECT REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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