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CUBA-USA/MIGRANTS/
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November 18, 2015
A Cuban migrant shows their swollen feet near a U.S. flag seen on a piece of cardboard, at the Costa...
Penas Blancas, Costa Rica
A Cuban migrant shows their swollen feet near a U.S. flag seen on a piece of cardboard, at the Costa...
A Cuban migrant shows their swollen feet near a U.S. flag seen on a piece of cardboard, at the Costa Rican border with Nicaragua, November 18, 2015. Costa Rica proposed a "humanitarian corridor" for Cuban migrants transiting Central America on their way to the United States. Some 2,000 Cuban migrants are at the northern border with Nicaragua, and some 300 Cubans are expected to arrive at Costa Rica's southern border with Panama every day. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
INDIA-BANKS/PEOPLE
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March 31, 2015
A customer walks out of a State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Mumbai March 31, 2015. State Bank of India,...
Mumbai, India
A customer walks out of a SBI branch in Mumbai
A customer walks out of a State Bank of India (SBI) branch in Mumbai March 31, 2015. State Bank of India, the country's largest lender, may offer employee share options, recruit specialists and promote faster - radical changes that promise to shake up a bloated, debt-heavy sector. India's state banks are under pressure to improve profitability and slash bad loans, creating a more agile sector to help fuel economic growth. For the government and the banks, that has put the focus firmly on one issue: people. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
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The Venice Of Egypt - 11 Dec 2014
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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
Boats are docked in front of houses in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
Boats are docked in front of houses in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean...
Boats are docked in front of houses in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Alexandria" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
Om Mostafa, 50, cooks in her kitchen in the fishermen's village of the El Max area in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
Om Mostafa, 50, cooks in her kitchen in the fishermen's village of the El Max area in the Mediterranean...
Om Mostafa, 50, cooks in her kitchen in the fishermen's village of the El Max area in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
Donia draws as she does her homework at her home in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the...
Alexandria, Egypt
Donia draws as she does her homework at her home in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the...
Donia draws as she does her homework at her home in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows a picture of himself when he was in the army, at his home in...
Alexandria, Egypt
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows a picture of himself when he was in the army at his home in...
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows a picture of himself when he was in the army, at his home in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows family pictures inside his house in the fishermen's village...
Alexandria, Egypt
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows family pictures inside his house in the fishermen's village...
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh shows family pictures inside his house in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh stands near a poster of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at...
Alexandria, Egypt
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh stands at the entrance to his house in the fishermen's village of...
63-year-old fisherman El Hag Saleh stands near a poster of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at the entrance to his house in the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
A bird covered in oil is seen at the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
Alexandria, Egypt
A bird covered in oil is seen at the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
A bird covered in oil is seen at the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
A boy plays under a pipe in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
Alexandria, Egypt
A boy plays under a pipe in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
A boy plays under a pipe in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A man looks out from his balcony in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
Alexandria, Egypt
A man looks out from his balcony in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
A man looks out from his balcony in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A student walks over a bridge after school near the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
A student walks over a bridge after school near the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
A student walks over a bridge after school near the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
People crowd onto a slide at a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria...
Alexandria, Egypt
People crowd onto a slide at a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria
People crowd onto a slide at a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 5, 2014. El Max, in Alexandria, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
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December 11, 2014
Egyptians crowd a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 5,...
Alexandria, Egypt
Egyptians crowd a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria
Egyptians crowd a public beach during a hot day in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 5, 2014. El Max, in Alexandria, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
Boats are moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of...
Alexandria, Egypt
Boats are moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of...
Boats are moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
People sit in a cafe at the entrance gate to the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
Alexandria, Egypt
People sit in a cafe at the entrance gate to the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
People sit in a cafe at the entrance gate to the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 29, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
The sun sets over the port of El Dekheila near the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
The sun sets over the port of El Dekheila near the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean...
The sun sets over the port of El Dekheila near the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 29, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A man grills fish to sell, in front of his house in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
A man grills fish to sell, in front of his house in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
A man grills fish to sell, in front of his house in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A fisherman's catch is displayed for sale on the bridge in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
A fisherman's catch is displayed for sale on the bridge in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
A fisherman's catch is displayed for sale on the bridge in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A fisherman weighs a fish for a customer in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
Alexandria, Egypt
A fisherman weighs a fish for a customer in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
A fisherman weighs a fish for a customer in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A fisherman collects fish from his net in front of his house in the fishermen's village in the El Max...
Alexandria, Egypt
A fisherman collects fish from his net in front of his house in the fishermen's village in the El Max...
A fisherman collects fish from his net in front of his house in the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 29, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
Men travel in a boat after fishing at sea at night in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
Men travel in a boat after fishing at sea at night in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean...
Men travel in a boat after fishing at sea at night in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 29, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A fisherman sails his boat as he travels under a bridge, which is guarded by the army, to enter the sea...
Alexandria, Egypt
A fisherman sails his boat as he travels under a bridge, which is guarded by the army, to enter the sea...
A fisherman sails his boat as he travels under a bridge, which is guarded by the army, to enter the sea at the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)

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December 11, 2014
Men sew their nets in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September...
Alexandria, Egypt
Men sew their nets in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria
Men sew their nets in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A fisherman repairs his boat at the entrance to the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
A fisherman repairs his boat at the entrance to the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean...
A fisherman repairs his boat at the entrance to the fishermen's village of El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
Fishermen repair boats at the entrance to the fishermen's village in the El Max area in the Mediterranean...
Alexandria, Egypt
Fishermen repair boats at the entrance to the fishermen's village in the El Max area in the Mediterranean...
Fishermen repair boats at the entrance to the fishermen's village in the El Max area in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 11, 2014
A boy walks past boats docked at the entrance gate of the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the...
Alexandria, Egypt
A boy walks past boats docked at the entrance gate of the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the...
A boy walks past boats docked at the entrance gate of the fishermen's village in the El Max area of the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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EGYPT-ELMAX/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HLV1
December 11, 2014
Boats are seen moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
Alexandria, Egypt
Boats are seen moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city...
Boats are seen moored in front of houses in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria October 18, 2014. El Max, where hundreds of boats dart through the canals, has been called the "Venice of Egypt" for its waterways and relaxed atmosphere. Its fishermen, however, worry about how they will make ends meet on meagre earnings they say are being reduced further by polluted waters that are making fishing more difficult. While the government has tried to fix the state's bloated finances by cutting subsidies and reining in spending, some argue the reforms hurt Egypt's most vulnerable who have long relied on a generous system of fuel and food subsidies to supplement low incomes. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 01 OF 26 PICTURES FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'THE VENICE OF EGYPT'

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SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR46XUM
September 19, 2014
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY
An injured girl is pictured in a field hospital...
Damascus, Syria
An injured girl is pictured in a field hospital after what activists say were air strikes by forces loyal...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY
An injured girl is pictured in a field hospital after what activists say were air strikes by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Douma, eastern al-Ghouta, near Damascus September 19, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammed Badra (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR3LVDG
April 19, 2014
An injured man cleans blood from his face after participating in a bare-knuckle fight in the village...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
An injured man cleans blood from his face after participating in a bare-knuckle fight in the village...
An injured man cleans blood from his face after participating in a bare-knuckle fight in the village of Chivarreto in the Totonicapan region, northwest of Guatemala City, April 18, 2014. Bare-knuckle fights are held traditionally in Chivarreto on Good Friday during Holy Week for more than 100 years, and according to the communitarian authorities of Chivarreto, they are not meant to promote violence but treated as a sport that is integral to the culture of this place. More than 100 fights are held on Good Friday every year. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: RELIGION SPORT BOXING SOCIETY)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IT
January 03, 2014
A natural gas flare stack and distillation towers are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula November...
Tula, Mexico
A natural gas flare stack and distillation towers are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula
A natural gas flare stack and distillation towers are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IS
January 03, 2014
A storage tank and a processing plant are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula November 21, 2013....
Tula, Mexico
A storage tank and a processing plant are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula
A storage tank and a processing plant are seen at the Miguel Hidalgo refinery in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IR
January 03, 2014
A refinery worker carts out debris from an underground water tunnel being constructed at the site of...
Tula, Mexico
A refinery worker carts out debris from an underground water tunnel being constructed at the site of...
A refinery worker carts out debris from an underground water tunnel being constructed at the site of the future Tula Bicentenario refinery, in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IQ
January 03, 2014
Refinery workers build an underground water tunnel at the site of the future Tula Bicentenario refinery,...
Tula, Mexico
Refinery workers build an underground water tunnel at the site of the future Tula Bicentenario refinery,...
Refinery workers build an underground water tunnel at the site of the future Tula Bicentenario refinery, in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IP
January 03, 2014
A refinery worker walks past metal tanks holding liquid hydrocarbons, in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's...
Tula, Mexico
A refinery worker walks past metal tanks holding liquid hydrocarbons, in Tula
A refinery worker walks past metal tanks holding liquid hydrocarbons, in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn.A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IO
January 03, 2014
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula November 21,...
Tula, Mexico
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL
RTX170IN
January 03, 2014
A refinery worker walks near distillation towers, which are used to separate crude oil into lighter and...
Tula, Mexico
A refinery worker walks near distillation towers, which are used to separate crude oil into lighter and...
A refinery worker walks near distillation towers, which are used to separate crude oil into lighter and heavier hydrocarbons during the refining process, in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn.A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IM
January 03, 2014
Refinery workers stand in a basket at a distillation tower of the catalytic plant in Tula November 21,...
Tula, Mexico
Refinery workers stand in a basket at a distillation tower of the catalytic plant in Tula
Refinery workers stand in a basket at a distillation tower of the catalytic plant in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn.A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IL
January 03, 2014
Refinery workers walk at one of the facility's catalytic plants, used to convert heavy hydrocarbon crude...
Tula, Mexico
Refinery workers walk at one of the facility's catalytic plants, used to convert heavy hydrocarbon crude...
Refinery workers walk at one of the facility's catalytic plants, used to convert heavy hydrocarbon crude oil fractions into lighter gasoline and diesel in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-OIL/
RTX170IK
January 03, 2014
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula November 21,...
Tula, Mexico
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula
Excess natural gas is being flared, or burnt off, at a flare stack at the refinery in Tula November 21, 2013. Mexico's oil refining industry, saddled for years with bloated costs, chronic underinvestment and generous government fuel subsidies, ought to be on the verge of a bright new dawn. A shake-up last month dismantled the state-run Pemex oil and gas monopoly, ending decades of stubborn self-reliance and potentially opening the door to foreign oil companies. Picture taken November 21, 2013. To match MEXICO-OIL/ REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
CENTRAL-AMERICA/FEMICIDE
RTX15SM2
November 25, 2013
Red Cross volunteers help Claudia at the Red Cross in Apopa, on the outskirts of San Salvador July 6,...
Apopa, El Salvador
Red Cross volunteers help Claudia at the Red Cross in Apopa on the outskirts of San Salvador
Red Cross volunteers help Claudia at the Red Cross in Apopa, on the outskirts of San Salvador July 6, 2013. Claudia was raped and battered by alleged members of the Mara Salvatrucha street gang and then thrown into a ditch left for dead. November 25 marks the UN's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Picture taken July 6, 2013. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 17 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE 'GENDER VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL AMERICA'
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ECONOMY-MALAYSIA/BUDGET
RTX14CSD
October 15, 2013
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya October 9, 2013. From unwinding subsidies for food and fuel to imposing a new sales tax, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has plenty to do to rescue the country from a possible credit rating downgrade when he presents his government's annual budget this month. One thing Najib won't dare risk is upsetting the country's majority ethnic Malays by downsizing a bloated civil service, despite its heavy impact on a fiscal deficit that is the biggest in emerging Asia after India. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
ECONOMY-MALAYSIA/BUDGET
RTX14CS5
October 15, 2013
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya October 9, 2013. From unwinding subsidies for food and fuel to imposing a new sales tax, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has plenty to do to rescue the country from a possible credit rating downgrade when he presents his government's annual budget this month. One thing Najib won't dare risk is upsetting the country's majority ethnic Malays by downsizing a bloated civil service, despite its heavy impact on a fiscal deficit that is the biggest in emerging Asia after India. Picture taken Ocotber 9, 2013. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
ECONOMY-MALAYSIA/BUDGET
RTX14CS4
October 15, 2013
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya...
Malaysian government employees work inside the Land Puclic Transport Commission (SPAD) office in Putrajaya October 9, 2013. From unwinding subsidies for food and fuel to imposing a new sales tax, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has plenty to do to rescue the country from a possible credit rating downgrade when he presents his government's annual budget this month. One thing Najib won't dare risk is upsetting the country's majority ethnic Malays by downsizing a bloated civil service, despite its heavy impact on a fiscal deficit that is the biggest in emerging Asia after India. Picture taken Ocotber 9, 2013. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
ECONOMY-MALAYSIA/BUDGET
RTX14CRO
October 15, 2013
Malaysian civil servants walk out from their office in Putrajaya October 2, 2013. From unwinding subsidies...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
Malaysian civil servants walk out from their office in Putrajaya
Malaysian civil servants walk out from their office in Putrajaya October 2, 2013. From unwinding subsidies for food and fuel to imposing a new sales tax, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak has plenty to do to rescue the country from a possible credit rating downgrade when he presents his government's annual budget this month. One thing Najib won't dare risk is upsetting the country's majority ethnic Malays by downsizing a bloated civil service, despite its heavy impact on a fiscal deficit that is the biggest in emerging Asia after India. Picture taken October 2, 2013. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SERBIA-FINMIN
RTX138H5
September 05, 2013
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Finance Minister Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade September 5, 2013. Krstic, 28, outlined on Thursday a plan to overhaul the tax system and bloated public sector and cut red tape, saying he is convinced he has the support of the fractious coalition government during an interview with Reuters three days since taking the job. To match Interview SERBIA-FINMIN REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-FINMIN
RTX138H4
September 05, 2013
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Finance Minister Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade September 5, 2013. Krstic, 28, outlined on Thursday a plan to overhaul the tax system and bloated public sector and cut red tape, saying he is convinced he has the support of the fractious coalition government during an interview with Reuters three days since taking the job. To match Interview SERBIA-FINMIN REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-FINMIN
RTX138H3
September 05, 2013
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Finance Minister Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade September 5, 2013. Krstic, 28, outlined on Thursday a plan to overhaul the tax system and bloated public sector and cut red tape, saying he is convinced he has the support of the fractious coalition government during an interview with Reuters three days since taking the job. To match Interview SERBIA-FINMIN REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-FINMIN
RTX138H0
September 05, 2013
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic listens to questions during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Finance Minister Krstic listens to questions during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic listens to questions during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade September 5, 2013. Krstic, 28, outlined on Thursday a plan to overhaul the tax system and bloated public sector and cut red tape, saying he is convinced he has the support of the fractious coalition government during an interview with Reuters three days since taking the job. To match Interview SERBIA-FINMIN REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
SERBIA-FINMIN
RTX138GY
September 05, 2013
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Finance Minister Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade
Serbia's Finance Minister Lazar Krstic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade September 5, 2013. Krstic, 28, outlined on Thursday a plan to overhaul the tax system and bloated public sector and cut red tape, saying he is convinced he has the support of the fractious coalition government during an interview with Reuters three days since taking the job. To match Interview SERBIA-FINMIN REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-STEEL/REFORM
RTX12PJZ
August 18, 2013
A worker cuts steel bars at a steel plant in Hefei, Anhui province August 18, 2013. Momentum is growing...
Hefei, China
A worker cuts steel bars at a steel plant in Hefei
A worker cuts steel bars at a steel plant in Hefei, Anhui province August 18, 2013. Momentum is growing in China to allow market forces to end a titanic capacity glut in heavy industry that a decade of state interventions has failed to resolve, according to speeches made by high-ranking officials this month at a closed-door event. The speeches indicate that China's reform-minded cabinet is considering a dose of deeper structural reform to remedy bloated, inefficient and debt-laden sectors such as steel. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-STEEL/REFORM
RTX12PJY
August 18, 2013
A worker operates a furnace at a steel plant in Hefei, Anhui province August 18, 2013. Momentum is growing...
Hefei, China
A worker operates a furnace at a steel plant in Hefei
A worker operates a furnace at a steel plant in Hefei, Anhui province August 18, 2013. Momentum is growing in China to allow market forces to end a titanic capacity glut in heavy industry that a decade of state interventions has failed to resolve, according to speeches made by high-ranking officials this month at a closed-door event. The speeches indicate that China's reform-minded cabinet is considering a dose of deeper structural reform to remedy bloated, inefficient and debt-laden sectors such as steel. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HUNGARY-FLOODS-BUDAPEST/
RTX10HAK
June 09, 2013
An aerial view of the swollen Danube River is pictured in Budapest June 9, 2013. The river Danube will...
Budapest, Hungary
An aerial view of the swollen Danube River is pictured in Budapest
An aerial view of the swollen Danube River is pictured in Budapest June 9, 2013. The river Danube will peak at record high levels in Budapest on Sunday and dykes have been strengthened at critical points to protect the capital from flooding, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Sunday. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-TATA/MISTRY
RTX102DD
May 26, 2013
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar in the western Indian...
Gandhinagar, India
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 12, 2013. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate left bloated by explosive growth under his predecessor. Picture taken January 12, 2013. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-TATA/MISTRY
RTX102DC
May 26, 2013
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry looks on at an office of software services company Tata Consultancy...
Mumbai, India
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry looks on at an office of software services company Tata Consultancy...
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry looks on at an office of software services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in Mumbai May 21, 2013. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate left bloated by explosive growth under his predecessor. Picture taken May 21, 2013. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-TATA/MISTRY
RTX102DB
May 26, 2013
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry adjusts his glasses as he attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar...
Gandhinagar, India
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry adjusts his glasses as he attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 12, 2013. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate left bloated by explosive growth under his predecessor. Picture taken January 12, 2013. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: HEADSHOT BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-TATA/MISTRY
RTX102DA
May 26, 2013
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar in the western Indian...
Gandhinagar, India
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry attends the "Vibrant Gujarat Summit" at Gandhinagar in the western Indian state of Gujarat January 12, 2013. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate left bloated by explosive growth under his predecessor. Picture taken January 12, 2013. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: HEADSHOT BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-TATA/MISTRY
RTX102D7
May 26, 2013
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry speaks as China's Premier Li Keqiang (L) looks on at an office of software...
Mumbai, India
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry speaks as China's Premier Li Keqiang looks on at an office of software...
Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry speaks as China's Premier Li Keqiang (L) looks on at an office of software services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in Mumbai May 21, 2013. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate left bloated by explosive growth under his predecessor. Picture taken May 21, 2013. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D4
March 28, 2013
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses for Reuters at the...
Ypres, Belgium
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses at the factory's plant...
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses for Reuters at the factory's plant in Ypres January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
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