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IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX31736
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force's KC-10 Extender during mid-air...
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315X0
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air...
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315WZ
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air...
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315WY
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt-2 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt-2 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender...
A US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt-2 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315W5
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force's KC-10 Extender during mid-air...
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315W2
March 15, 2017
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air...
A US Air Force F-16 receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315VB
March 15, 2017
A US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
A US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
IRAQ-SYRIA/ISIS
RTX315VA
March 15, 2017
A US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender...
Arabian Gulf, Arabian Gulf
US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from fuel boom suspended from US Air Force KC-10 Extender during...
A US Marines Harrier AV-8B receives fuel from a fuel boom suspended from a US Air Force KC-10 Extender during mid-air refueling support to Operation Inherent Resolve over Iraq and Syria air space, March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
JAPAN-RECREATION/PACHINKO
RTR42WPJ
August 19, 2014
Dynam employees bow in a prescribed way as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening...
Fukaya, Japan
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour...
Dynam employees bow in a prescribed way as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour in Fukaya, north of Tokyo July 29, 2014. Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. Picture taken July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)

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JAPAN-RECREATION/PACHINKO
RTR42WPG
August 19, 2014
Dynam employees say a greeting message as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening...
Fukaya, Japan
Dynam employees say a greeting message as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening...
Dynam employees say a greeting message as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour in Fukaya, north of Tokyo July 29, 2014. Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. Picture taken July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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JAPAN-RECREATION/PACHINKO
RTR42WPF
August 19, 2014
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour...
Fukaya, Japan
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour...
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour in Fukaya, north of Tokyo July 29, 2014. Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. Picture taken July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)

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JAPAN-RECREATION/PACHINKO
RTR42WPD
August 19, 2014
Dynam employees check if their hairstyles are in accordance with regulations, as they receive customer-care...
Fukaya, Japan
Dynam employees check if their hairstyles are in accordance with regulations, as they receive customer-care...
Dynam employees check if their hairstyles are in accordance with regulations, as they receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour in Fukaya, north of Tokyo July 29, 2014. Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. Picture taken July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)

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JAPAN-RECREATION/PACHINKO
RTR42WPB
August 19, 2014
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour...
Fukaya, Japan
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour...
Dynam employees receive customer-care training ahead of the grand opening of the company's pachinko parlour in Fukaya, north of Tokyo July 29, 2014. Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a greying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women. Pachinko, a modified version of pinball, is a fading national obsession, with about 12,000 parlours nation-wide and one in thirteen people playing the game. But that figure is declining as the population shrinks and younger people prefer games on their mobile phones. Picture taken July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)

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SOCCER-LATAM/WOMEN
RTR3PHJM
May 16, 2014
Player Nathalie Quezada (L) of the Colo Colo women's soccer club receives medical attention from a trainer...
Santiago, Chile
Player Nathalie Quezada of the Colo Colo women's soccer club receives medical attention from a trainer...
Player Nathalie Quezada (L) of the Colo Colo women's soccer club receives medical attention from a trainer before a match in Santiago May 11, 2014. Long on the soccer sidelines, more and more South American women are striking back by lacing up their boots and embracing the region's most cherished sport. The surge is part of a global boom, with an estimated 29 million women and girls playing worldwide. But it is especially salient for South America, a region revered for its ball game and infamous for its machismo. To match Feature SOCCER-LATAM/WOMEN Picture taken May 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
INDIA-HOTELS/SHAKEOUT
RTX18MOW
February 11, 2014
Guests hold marigold garlands to receive their relatives outside the Holiday Inn, run by the InterContinental...
New Delhi, India
Guests hold marigold garlands to receive their relatives outside the Holiday Inn, run by IHG, in New...
Guests hold marigold garlands to receive their relatives outside the Holiday Inn, run by the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), in New Delhi January 31, 2014. Slowing economic growth and an oversupply of new hotels conceived during the boom years of 2006 and 2007 have led to falling room and occupancy rates in India, straining relationships between hotel owners and the global chains brought in to run them. Picture taken January 31, 2014. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL REAL ESTATE)
PHILIPPINES
RTX11Y3G
July 25, 2013
Nancy Bolata receives a manicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Metro...
Manila, Philippines
Nancy Bolata receives a manicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Manila...
Nancy Bolata receives a manicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Metro Manila July 6, 2013. The Philippines was Asia's fastest-growing economy in the first three months of this year, but not all of the population has benefited equally from the boom. In recent years the rich have been enjoying significantly faster growth in income compared with people from middle and low income classes, according to an article by the Secretary General of the country's National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB). The Philippines' poverty rate was running close to 28 percent in the first half of 2012 - a figure the current government wants to cut by nearly half. Picture taken July 6, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY)

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PHILIPPINES
RTX11Y3F
July 25, 2013
Nancy Bolata receives a pedicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Metro...
Manila, Philippines
Nancy Bolata receives a pedicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Manila...
Nancy Bolata receives a pedicure at a roadside beauty stall in a squatter colony in Quezon city, Metro Manila July 6, 2013. The Philippines was Asia's fastest-growing economy in the first three months of this year, but not all of the population has benefited equally from the boom. In recent years the rich have been enjoying significantly faster growth in income compared with people from middle and low income classes, according to an article by the Secretary General of the country's National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB). The Philippines' poverty rate was running close to 28 percent in the first half of 2012 - a figure the current government wants to cut by nearly half. Picture taken July 6, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY)

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SPAIN-EMIGRATION/
RTR39UD3
November 01, 2012
Spanish migrant Olmo del Paso smiles as he receives a handmade wallet from his girlfriend Marta Perez...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish migrantdel Paso smiles as he receives a handmade wallet from his girlfriend Perez while going...
Spanish migrant Olmo del Paso smiles as he receives a handmade wallet from his girlfriend Marta Perez while going to Madrid's Barajas airport October 23, 2012. Del Paso is a cameraman who left Spain for Uruguay this month after being jobless for over two years and being forced to move back into his mother's house in the small northern town of Palencia. When a hotel in Montevideo, Uruguay, offered him a job as caretaker over the summer months, the 34-year-old bought a one-way ticket and packed his bags. After joining the euro in 1999, Spain's economic boom made it the land of opportunity for millions of Latin American migrant workers. But since the decade-long boom turned to bust roughly four years ago, many of those immigrants have returned, joined by a growing number of disillusioned Spaniards who hope that Latin America, with its developing economies and low cost of living, has more to offer. Picture taken October 23, 2012. To match Feature SPAIN-EMIGRATION/ REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
NATO/
RTR2OSPQ
July 12, 2011
Canadian F-18 war planes (L) wait to refuel from a British VC-10 tanker aircraft over the Mediterranean...
Brussels, Belgium
Canadian F-18 war planes wait to refuel from a British VC-10 tanker aircraft over the Mediterranean Sea...
Canadian F-18 war planes (L) wait to refuel from a British VC-10 tanker aircraft over the Mediterranean Sea off Libya July 10, 2011. Seven countries, including Britain, have provided air tankers to sustain the NATO air mission over Libya, which is now in its fourth month. Picture taken through an aircraft window on July 10, 2011. REUTERS/David Brunnstrom (BELGIUM - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
CHINA
RTR2ODFK
July 02, 2011
Zhang Yingqi, 23, talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony...
Shanghai, China
Zhang Yingqi talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony at Fudan...
Zhang Yingqi, 23, talks to a teacher as she receives her college diploma during a graduation ceremony at Fudan University in Shanghai July 2, 2011. China began expanding university enrollment in 1996 to meet growing personnel demands as the economy boomed, but Xinhua News Agency has reported concerns by the Chinese State Council over creating enough jobs for millions of college students who will graduate between 2011 and 2015. University education is a key component of China's goal to create a broad urban tier of middle class families with "well-off characteristics" nationwide. China produces about 830,000 college graduates every year. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
JAPAN/
RTR2NZH1
June 23, 2011
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
Iwaki, Japan
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, stands in a parking lot in Iwaki, about 50km south of the plant in Fukushima prefecture, June 12, 2011. Since the start of the Japanese nuclear boom in the 1970s, Japan's utilities have relied on temporary workers who receive little explanation on the health risks from radiation. The worker declined to give his name and to show his face. Picture taken June 12, 2011. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR2NZGY
June 23, 2011
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
Iwaki, Japan
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
A thirty-six-year-old electrician from northern Japan, who is working inside the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is reflected in a rearview mirror inside a car during an interview with Reuters in Iwaki, about 50km south of the plant in Fukushima prefecture, June 12, 2011. Since the start of the Japanese nuclear boom in the 1970s, Japan's utilities have relied on temporary workers who receive little explanation on the health risks from radiation. The worker declined to give his name and to show his face. Picture taken June 12, 2011. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW566
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as she...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his wife Marisa Leticia (R) as she arrives at Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW55R
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as she...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is received by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his wife Marisa Leticia (R) as she arrives at Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW55O
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW55B
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW55A
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW553
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff receives the sash from outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. Accompanying them is Lula's wife, Marisa Leticia (R) and Vice-President Michel Temer. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW552
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in Brasilia...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving the presidential sash outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. Accompanying them is Vice-President Michel Temer (L). REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW551
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is hugged by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is hugged by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in Brasilia...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is hugged by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving the presidential sash outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. Accompanying them is Brazil's new Vice President Michel Temer, his wife Marcela Tedeschi (L) and Lula's wife, Marisa Leticia (R). REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTXW550
January 01, 2011
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Lula da Silva after receiving the presidential...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is honored by outgoing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva after receiving the presidential sash outside Planalto Palace in Brasilia January 1, 2011. Rousseff is the first woman to become Brazil's president, taking the reins of an emerging giant with a booming economy, vast new oil reserves and growing international diplomatic clout. Accompanying them is Brazil's new Vice President Michel Temer, his wife Marcela Tedeschi (L) and Lula's wife, Marisa Leticia (R). REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IEZB
September 16, 2010
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff is greeted by a supporter...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Rousseff is greeted by a supporter as she...
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff is greeted by a supporter as she arrives at the Trade Association of Rio de Janeiro September 16, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on October 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on October 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IEZ2
September 16, 2010
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff (L) is greeted by supporters...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Rousseff is greeted by supporters as she...
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff (L) is greeted by supporters as she arrives at the Trade Association of Rio de Janeiro September 16, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on October 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on October 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IEZ1
September 16, 2010
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff (L) is greeted by supporters...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Rousseff is greeted by supporters as she...
Brazil's presidential candidate of the ruling Workers' Party Dilma Rousseff (L) is greeted by supporters as she arrives at the Trade Association of Rio de Janeiro September 16, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on October 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on October 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IALO
September 13, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference in Sao Paulo September 13, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. Rousseff injured her right foot during a campaign rally. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IALL
September 13, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference in Sao Paulo September 13, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. Rousseff injured her right foot during a campaign rally. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2IALI
September 13, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Rousseff speaks during a news conference...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff speaks during a news conference in Sao Paulo September 13, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. Rousseff injured her right foot during a campaign rally. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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September 13, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff walks after a news conference...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Rousseff walks after a news conference...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the ruling Workers Party Dilma Rousseff walks after a news conference in Sao Paulo September 13, 2010. Brazilians go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, potentially avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. Rousseff injured her right foot during a campaign rally. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HTAL
September 01, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gestures as he talks to journalists during...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gestures as he talks to journalists during...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gestures as he talks to journalists during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 1, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HTAJ
September 01, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 1, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HTAF
September 01, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 1, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
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September 01, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra talks to journalists during a campaign...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra talks to journalists during a campaign...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra talks to journalists during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 1, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
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September 01, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra gives a speech to his supporters during a campaign rally in Sao Paulo September 1, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
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August 31, 2010
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra holds a banner during a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra holds a banner during a rally...
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra holds a banner during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HRPB
August 31, 2010
Cardboard cut-outs of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra are seen after a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cardboard cut-outs of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra are seen after a rally...
Cardboard cut-outs of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra are seen after a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HROZ
August 31, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (C in blue) walks during a rally on a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra walks during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (C in blue) walks during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HROR
August 31, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (L) shakes hands with a supporter during...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra shakes hands with a supporter during a rally...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (L) shakes hands with a supporter during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HRMU
August 31, 2010
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra shouts slogans during a...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra shouts slogans during a...
A supporter of Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra shouts slogans during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HRMJ
August 31, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra shakes hands with children during a rally...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra shakes hands with children during a rally in...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra shakes hands with children during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighborhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR2HRMI
August 31, 2010
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (in blue) walks during a rally on a street...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Serra walks during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes...
Brazilian presidential candidate for the PSDB party Jose Serra (in blue) walks during a rally on a street in the Tiradentes neighbourhood in Sao Paulo August 31, 2010. Brazilians will go to the polls on Oct. 3 to choose a president to succeed the hugely popular Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who has overseen a long economic boom and raised the country's international profile. Latest opinion polls show his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff beating the main opposition contender Jose Serra by a wide margin, likely avoiding a runoff vote that would take place on Oct. 31 if no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the votes. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
AIRSHOW/
RTR2EZGF
June 10, 2010
An Airbus A310 MRTT tanker transport aircraft (L) prepares to refuel two Eurofighter jets (R) as they...
Berlin, Germany
An Airbus A310 MRTT tanker transport aircraft prepares to refuel two Eurofighter jets (R) as they are...
An Airbus A310 MRTT tanker transport aircraft (L) prepares to refuel two Eurofighter jets (R) as they are accompanied by a Tornado fighter jet at the ILA International Air Show in Schoenefeld south of Berlin, June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WL
April 18, 2009
A woman walks past a sign near the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around...
Dublin, Ireland
A woman walks past a sign near the Capucina Friary Day Centre in Dublin
A woman walks past a sign near the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WJ
April 18, 2009
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850...
Dublin, Ireland
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre in Dublin
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WI
April 18, 2009
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people,...
Dublin, Ireland
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre in Dublin
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WF
April 18, 2009
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850...
Dublin, Ireland
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre in Dublin
Food is handed out at the Capucina Friary Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WB
April 18, 2009
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people,...
Dublin, Ireland
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre in Dublin
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
IRELAND/FOODQUEUES
RTXE3WA
April 18, 2009
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people,...
Dublin, Ireland
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre in Dublin
People queue for food at the Capucina Day Centre, in Dublin April 15, 2009. Last week around 850 people, many of them foreigners who came to Ireland during the boom years, received a free food parcel and the centre's staff race to serve daily breakfast and a three-course lunch to over 600 people. Photograph taken on April 15, 2009. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
RTR1WS7G
February 07, 2008
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet for a test flight...
GAVIAO PEIXOTO, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet for a test flight on the runway at Embraer's factory in Gaviao Peixoto, 270 kms (168 miles) northwest of Sao Paulo, January 18, 2008. The Phenom 100 is the first of two new executive jets from the Brazilian manufacturer that will take to the skies in the next two years. Embraer has already received over 700 orders for the Phenom 100 and the slightly larger Phenom 300, making it a major player in the booming business jet market. To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/ REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
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February 07, 2008
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet at Embraer's factory...
GAVIAO PEIXOTO, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet at Embraer's factory in Gaviao Peixoto, 270 kms (168 miles) northwest of Sao Paulo, January 18, 2008. The Phenom 100 is the first of two new executive jets from the Brazilian manufacturer that will take to the skies in the next two years. Embraer has already received over 700 orders for the Phenom 100 and the slightly larger Phenom 300, making it a major player in the booming business jet market. To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/ REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
RTR1WS7C
February 07, 2008
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet at Embraer's factory...
GAVIAO PEIXOTO, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/
Aviation technicians prepare a prototype of the new Embraer Phenom 100 executive jet at Embraer's factory in Gaviao Peixoto, 270 kms (168 miles) northwest of Sao Paulo, January 18, 2008. The Phenom 100 is the first of two new executive jets from the Brazilian manufacturer that will take to the skies in the next two years. Embraer has already received over 700 orders for the Phenom 100 and the slightly larger Phenom 300, making it a major player in the booming business jet market. To match feature BRAZIL-EMBRAER/ REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BRAZIL)
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