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USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX5XANV
April 24, 2018
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis, Indiana April...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis, Indiana April 21, 2018. Ruster has been imprisoned for 22 years for robbery, he refuses to be more precise. "Bad memory and wrong decision", he says. He has been homeless for five years, when he left the prison, and he learned that the 6 members of his family passed away. He added," I had no one left and I cannot even work because of disability, I had a brain surgery. I am ashamed to ask for money directly, so I do it differently. Besides, it works well. People give me what they can with a smile. My message amuses them too", he ended up saying. Picture taken April 21, 2018. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX5XANA
April 24, 2018
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis, Indiana April...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis
Ruster, 62, a homeless man, carries a sign as he stands in the downtown of Indianapolis, Indiana April 21, 2018. Ruster has been imprisoned for 22 years for robbery, he refuses to be more precise. "Bad memory and wrong decision", he says. He has been homeless for five years, when he left the prison, and he learned that the 6 members of his family past away. He added," I had no one left and I can not even work because of disability, I had a brain surgery. I am ashamed to ask for money directly, so I do it differently. Besides, it works well. People give me what they can with a smile. My message amuses them too", he ended up saying. Picture taken April 21, 2018. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9DW
April 12, 2018
Bhawri Devi, 41, travels home on a train after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital...
JALORE, India
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages
Bhawri Devi, 41, travels home on a train after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, in Jalore, India, April 7, 2018. "I was thinking that I had cancer in my brain. I had all kinds of thoughts. I went to the government district hospital, but there was no ENT surgeon. When I went to a private hospital they asked me for 50,000 rupees ($766). I didn't even have 5,000 rupees," said Devi. "I heard about this train a month back. It took me about 12 hours to reach the hospital from my village... I am glad that I will be able to hear my grandchildren's voice... I won't go deaf." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9CF
April 12, 2018
Bhawri Devi, 41, rests on the floor of her house after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express,...
JALORE, India
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages
Bhawri Devi, 41, rests on the floor of her house after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, in Jalore, India, April 7, 2018. "I was thinking that I had cancer in my brain. I had all kinds of thoughts. I went to the government district hospital, but there was no ENT surgeon. When I went to a private hospital they asked me for 50,000 rupees ($766). I didn't even have 5,000 rupees," said Devi. "I heard about this train a month back. It took me about 12 hours to reach the hospital from my village... I am glad that I will be able to hear my grandchildren's voice... I won't go deaf." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-TRUMP/
RTX4SSEN
February 08, 2018
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans...
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans to pray for her, is acknowledged at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, U.S. February 8, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-TRUMP/
RTX4SSEG
February 08, 2018
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans...
Sophia Marie Campa-Peters, a girl whose brain surgery prompted President Donald Trump to ask Americans to pray for her, smiles as Trump mentions her at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, U.S. February 8, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTX32EKQ
March 23, 2017
Doctors perform neurosurgery in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Doctors perform neurosurgery in Los Angeles
Doctors perform neurosurgery in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYPV
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYPP
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYPO
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYPN
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy...
Jason Carter addresses the media at a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYNO
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at...
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYNM
August 20, 2015
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at...
Jason Carter attends a news conference held by his grandfather former U.S. President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Former President Carter announced that Jason Carter would be succeeding him as Chairman of the Board at the Carter Center. Former President Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYNF
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYMK
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. first lady Rosalynn Carter (C) and grandson Jason Carter (L) listen during a news conference...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Rosalynn Carter and grandson Jason Carter listen during a news conference as former U.S. President Jimmy...
Former U.S. first lady Rosalynn Carter (C) and grandson Jason Carter (L) listen during a news conference as former U.S. President Jimmy Carter discusses his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYJH
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYHV
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYHI
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter hugs his grandson Jason Carter as he arrives for a news conference...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter hugs his grandson Jason Carter as he arrives for a news conference...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter hugs his grandson Jason Carter as he arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYHD
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) arrives for a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYFZ
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYFW
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYFV
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter addresses media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter addresses media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter addresses media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OYC8
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (C) takes questions from the media during a news conference about...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter takes questions from the media during a news conference about his...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (C) takes questions from the media during a news conference about his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, as his grandson Jason Carter (R) listens on, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
USA-CARTER/
RTX1OY92
August 20, 2015
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is followed by his wife Rosalynn as he arrives for a news conference...
Atlanta, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is followed by his wife Rosalynn as he arrives for a news conference...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is followed by his wife Rosalynn as he arrives for a news conference to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis and treatment plans, at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia August 20, 2015. Carter said on Thursday he will start radiation treatment for cancer on his brain later in the day. Carter, 90, said he will cut back dramatically on his schedule to receive treatment every three weeks after doctors detected four spots of melanoma on his brain following recent liver cancer surgery. REUTERS/John Amis
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISV
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro (L), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, jokes with her husband...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro travel to perform a murga in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro (L), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, jokes with her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, as they ride a bus to perform in a Carnival street theatre called "murga", in Buenos Aires, April 20, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISS
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, puts on lipstick as she...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro travel to perform a murga in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, puts on lipstick as she rides with her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, to perform in a Carnival street theatre called "murga", in Buenos Aires, April 20, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISP
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro (R), left blind during a brain tumour surgery, is trained by Maria Ines to knit at the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind woman Eusebia Casimiro is trained to knit at the ASAC in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro (R), left blind during a brain tumour surgery, is trained by Maria Ines to knit at the Association for Aid to the Blind (ASAC) in Buenos Aires, March 11, 2013. Eusebia and her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the ASAC. Picture taken March 11, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISN
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (L), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro dance in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (L), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro (R), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, participate with their friend Marcelina Gallego in a rehearsal of a Carnival theatre called "murga", in Buenos Aires, March 9, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISJ
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, pauses while walking to...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind woman Eusebia Casimiro pauses while walking to class in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, pauses while walking to special classes in Buenos Aires, March 6, 2013. Eusebia and her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISI
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro leave home in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, start down the stairs as they leave home in Buenos Aires, March 9, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISH
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro (L), who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, and her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro travel to perform a murga in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro (L), who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, and her husband Leonardo Duarte (C), also blind, walk to a bus as they travel to perform in a Carnival street theatre called "murga", in Buenos Aires, April 20, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISF
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, lights her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind woman Eusebia Casimiro cooks at home in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, lights her stove while cooking at home in Buenos Aires, May 1, 2013. Eusebia and her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken May 1, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISE
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro cross a street in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro (hidden behind him), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, are assisted in crossing the street in Buenos Aires, May 6, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISC
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro toast with friends at home in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro (R), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, toast with friends at home in Buenos Aires, May 25, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken May 25, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14ISB
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro walk with friends in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (C), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro (2nd L), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, walk with other visually impaired friends in Buenos Aires, May 6, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14IS9
October 21, 2013
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, sorts her clothes...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind woman Eusebia Casimiro sorts her clothes at home in Buenos Aires
Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind as an adult during surgery to remove a brain tumour, sorts her clothes at home, in Buenos Aires, June 30, 2013. Eusebia and her husband Leonardo Duarte, also blind, are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14IS8
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, plays guitar...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind man Leonardo Duarte plays guitar and sings in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, plays guitar and sings at an event for the visually impaired, which he attended with his wife Eusebia Casimiro (not pictured), who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, in Buenos Aires, May 6, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken May 6, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14IS0
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro walk to class in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (R), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, walk to special classes in Buenos Aires, March 6, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA/
RTX14IRZ
October 21, 2013
Leonardo Duarte (L), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Blind couple Leonardo Duarte and Eusebia Casimiro dance at their home in Buenos Aires
Leonardo Duarte (L), who lost his eyesight as a young adult victim of an attempted robbery, and his wife Eusebia Casimiro, who was left blind during surgery to remove a brain tumour, dance at their home in Buenos Aires, March 2, 2013. Leonardo and Eusebia are two of around 400,000 blind people in Argentina, who despite having their lives improved through the legalization of guide dogs in more public places, still face a lack of jobs, a major problem according to the Association for Aid to the Blind. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
ARGENTINA-FERNANDEZ/
RTX143XE
October 08, 2013
A woman waits next to signs in support of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez outside the hospital...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman waits next to signs in support of Argentina's President Fernandez outside the hospital where...
A woman waits next to signs in support of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. Banners read: "Be strong President". REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
ARGENTINA-FERNANDEZ/
RTX143VY
October 08, 2013
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Argentina's President Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos...
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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October 08, 2013
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez wait next to posters with her image outside the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Argentina's President Fernandez wait next to posters with her image outside the hospital...
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez wait next to posters with her image outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
ARGENTINA-FERNANDEZ/
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October 08, 2013
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Argentina's President Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos...
Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez pray outside the hospital where she had surgery in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
ARGENTINA-FERNANDEZ/
RTX143VF
October 08, 2013
Supporters and members of the media gather outside the hospital where Argentina's President Cristina...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters and members of the media gather outside the hospital where Argentina's President Fernandez...
Supporters and members of the media gather outside the hospital where Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez had surgery in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
ARGENTINA-FERNANDEZ/
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October 08, 2013
A man waves a flag with a picture of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez and her late husband President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man waves a flag with a picture of Argentina's President Fernandez and her late husband President Kirchner...
A man waves a flag with a picture of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez and her late husband President Nestor Kirchner outside a hospital in Buenos Aires October 8, 2013. Fernandez had surgery on Tuesday to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation's "holdout" creditors. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/
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May 23, 2013
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli industrialist Wertheimer, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Tel Aviv
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv May 21, 2013. On a new industrial park in Israel's largest Arab town, a software plant belonging to a multibillion-dollar U.S.-listed firm sits cheek-by-jowl with two small Arab-owned businesses: a metal factory and one producing tools for brain surgery. About 300 Jews and Arabs work in the park in Nazareth, and within five years it should be 1, 000. This is what peace between Israelis and Arabs will one day look like, says Wertheimer, the park's founder: manufacturing- and skills-driven wealth creation that makes ethnic differences seem less and less important. Picture taken May 21, 2013. To match Interview ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/ REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/
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May 23, 2013
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli industrialist Wertheimer, speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in Tel Aviv
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv May 21, 2013. On a new industrial park in Israel's largest Arab town, a software plant belonging to a multibillion-dollar U.S.-listed firm sits cheek-by-jowl with two small Arab-owned businesses: a metal factory and one producing tools for brain surgery. About 300 Jews and Arabs work in the park in Nazareth, and within five years it should be 1, 000. This is what peace between Israelis and Arabs will one day look like, says Wertheimer, the park's founder: manufacturing- and skills-driven wealth creation that makes ethnic differences seem less and less important. Picture taken May 21, 2013. To match Interview ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/ REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/
RTXZXMF
May 23, 2013
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer is seen silhouetted during an interview with Reuters at his office...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer is seen silhouetted during an interview with Reuters at his office...
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer is seen silhouetted during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv May 21, 2013. On a new industrial park in Israel's largest Arab town, a software plant belonging to a multibillion-dollar U.S.-listed firm sits cheek-by-jowl with two small Arab-owned businesses: a metal factory and one producing tools for brain surgery. About 300 Jews and Arabs work in the park in Nazareth, and within five years it should be 1, 000. This is what peace between Israelis and Arabs will one day look like, says Wertheimer, the park's founder: manufacturing- and skills-driven wealth creation that makes ethnic differences seem less and less important. Picture taken May 21, 2013. To match Interview ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/ REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/
RTXZXMC
May 23, 2013
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer smiles during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer smiles during an interview with Reuters at his office in Tel Aviv...
Israeli industrialist Stef Wertheimer smiles during an interview with Reuters at his office overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv May 21, 2013. On a new industrial park in Israel's largest Arab town, a software plant belonging to a multibillion-dollar U.S.-listed firm sits cheek-by-jowl with two small Arab-owned businesses: a metal factory and one producing tools for brain surgery. About 300 Jews and Arabs work in the park in Nazareth, and within five years it should be 1, 000. This is what peace between Israelis and Arabs will one day look like, says Wertheimer, the park's founder: manufacturing- and skills-driven wealth creation that makes ethnic differences seem less and less important. Picture taken May 21, 2013. To match Interview ISRAEL-WERTHEIMER/ REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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December 18, 2012
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
London, United Kingdom
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London December 18, 2012. Robert's opposed some treatment for her son Neon, and it may be left for a judge to decide if the boy is to have further surgery to treat brain cancer, local media reported. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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December 18, 2012
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
London, United Kingdom
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London December 18, 2012. Robert's opposed some treatment for her son Neon, and it may be left for a judge to decide if the boy is to have further surgery to treat brain cancer, local media reported. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3BPG8
December 18, 2012
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
London, United Kingdom
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London December 18, 2012. Robert's opposed some treatment for her son Neon, and it may be left for a judge to decide if the boy is to have further surgery to treat brain cancer, local media reported. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3BPG7
December 18, 2012
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London...
London, United Kingdom
Mother Sally Roberts of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London
Sally Roberts, the mother of seven year old cancer sufferer Neon, arrives at The High Court in London December 18, 2012. Robert's opposed some treatment for her son Neon, and it may be left for a judge to decide if the boy is to have further surgery to treat brain cancer, local media reported. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLMA
December 15, 2012
A neurosurgeon talks with a patient undergoing a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in...
Budapest, Hungary
A neurosurgeon talks with patient undergoing a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest...
A neurosurgeon talks with a patient undergoing a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM9
December 15, 2012
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM8
December 15, 2012
Lorand Eross, the leading neurosurgeon, works on the skull during a brain surgery at the National Neurology...
Budapest, Hungary
Eross, the leading neurosurgeon, works on the skull during a brain surgery at the National Neurology...
Lorand Eross, the leading neurosurgeon, works on the skull during a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM4
December 15, 2012
Hungarian doctors are reflected in a window of the operating room as they carry out a brain surgery at...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian doctors are reflected in window of operating room as they carry out brain surgery at National...
Hungarian doctors are reflected in a window of the operating room as they carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM2
December 15, 2012
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest
Hungarian doctors carry out a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM1
December 15, 2012
A surgical team prepares for brain surgery on a patient at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
A surgical team prepares for brain surgery on a patient at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest...
A surgical team prepares for brain surgery on a patient at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HUNGARY
RTR3BLM0
December 15, 2012
A woman lies on an operating table during a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest...
Budapest, Hungary
A woman lies on an operating table during a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest...
A woman lies on an operating table during a brain surgery at the National Neurology Institute in Budapest December 15, 2012. The complex operation, called deep brain stimulation (DBS) and involves stimulation of certain areas of the human brain with high-frequency electricity, is carried out with the patient awake and communicating with the doctors during certain phases of the operation. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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