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AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/
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December 06, 2015
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 29, 2015. Picture taken November 29, 2015. To match AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/
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December 06, 2015
Afghan women queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan women queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul
Afghan women queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 29, 2015. Picture taken November 29, 2015. To match AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/
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December 06, 2015
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 29, 2015. Picture taken November 29, 2015. To match AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/
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December 06, 2015
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul
Afghan men queue up to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 29, 2015. Picture taken November 29, 2015. To match AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/
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December 06, 2015
Afghan men sit as they wait to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men sit as they wait to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul
Afghan men sit as they wait to apply for passports at a passport department office in Kabul, Afghanistan, November 29, 2015. Picture taken November 29, 2015. To match AFGHANISTAN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
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January 14, 2010
Labourers work at the Talkatora Stadium, one of the venues for the New Delhi Commonwealth Games in this...
New Delhi, India
To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
Labourers work at the Talkatora Stadium, one of the venues for the New Delhi Commonwealth Games in this August 24, 2009 file photo. Arup Chatterjee developed nanotechnology techniques in India for a decade and then went on to invent nano-metal enhanced paints and coatings and form his company I-Can Nano. The entire stadium and complex for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi 2010 has been painted with I-Can Nano paints. Chaterjee has now set up his European headquarters in Britain and secured funding to grow the business, eyeing the European market and beyond. To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal/Files (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT CONSTRUCTION)
BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
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January 14, 2010
A labourer works inside the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in New Delhi, which is undergoing refurbishment...
New Delhi, India
To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
A labourer works inside the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in New Delhi, which is undergoing refurbishment as a venue for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, in this October 26, 2009 file photo. Arup Chatterjee developed nanotechnology techniques in India for a decade and then went on to invent nano-metal enhanced paints and coatings and form his company I-Can Nano. The entire stadium and complex for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi 2010 has been painted with I-Can Nano paints. Chaterjee has now set up his European headquarters in Britain and secured funding to grow the business, eyeing the European market and beyond. Picture taken October 26, 2009. To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/B Mathur/Files (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SPORT CONSTRUCTION)
BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
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January 14, 2010
Labourers work at the Talkatora Stadium, one of the venues for the New Delhi Commonwealth Games, in this...
New Delhi, India
To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/
Labourers work at the Talkatora Stadium, one of the venues for the New Delhi Commonwealth Games, in this August 24, 2009 file photo. Arup Chatterjee developed nanotechnology techniques in India for a decade and then went on to invent nano-metal enhanced paints and coatings and form his company I-Can Nano. The entire stadium and complex for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi 2010 has been painted with I-Can Nano paints. Chaterjee has now set up his European headquarters in Britain and secured funding to grow the business, eyeing the European market and beyond. To match feature BRITAIN-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal/Files (INDIA SPORT)
INDIA-BRAINDRAIN/
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March 26, 2009
A waiter serves coffee to college students surfing the internet at a cafe in Bangalore in this April...
Bangalore, India
To match feature INDIA-BRAINDRAIN/
A waiter serves coffee to college students surfing the internet at a cafe in Bangalore in this April 6, 2000 file photo. For decades, the United States beckoned as the land of opportunity for bright, young Indians, lured by the prospect of prestigious university degrees followed by jobs on Wall Street or in Silicon Valley. But now, the economic crisis that has sent the U.S. economy into its worst recession in decades, has tarnished the sheen of the 'American Dream' for many Indians who are opting for university studies and career opportunities at home. To match feature INDIA-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Stringer/Files (INDIA EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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October 01, 2008
HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ - Map of the world locating regions worst affected by the global brain drain of health...
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HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ - Map of the world locating regions worst affected by the global brain drain of health workers from developing nations, with chart detailing poll findings on their motivations for moving to the West in selected African nations. Accompanies Reuters feature HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/. RNGS. (SIN05)
HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/
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October 01, 2008
An Indian patient examines his X-ray outside the outpatients' department at a hospital during a doctor's...
New Delhi, India
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An Indian patient examines his X-ray outside the outpatients' department at a hospital during a doctor's strike in New Delhi in this May 16, 2006 file photo. The health crisis in developing countries is, some experts say, being exacerbated by the West as countries relax stringent immigration regulations to attract doctors and nurses from less developed countries to boost their own flagging health systems while saving money on expensive training. To match feature HEALTH-BRAINDRAIN/ REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/Files (INDIA)
AFRICA BRAINDRAIN
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April 23, 2006
Long queues form as patients wait for treatment by overworked medical staff at a rural clinic near Lusikisiki,...
Lusikisiki, South Africa
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Long queues form as patients wait for treatment by overworked medical staff at a rural clinic near Lusikisiki, South Africa in this November 15, 2005 file photo. It is estimated that some 20,000 skilled professionals are leaving the continent every year, depriving Africa of the doctors, nurses, teachers and engineers it needs. To match feature Africa-Braindrain REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/Files
AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN
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October 08, 2005
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October...
Bushrod Island, Liberia
To accompany feature Africa NGOS Braindrain
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October 8, 2005. Fat salaries offered by international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and United Nations agencies have drained the West African country's public sector of skilled health and education professionals, leaving thousands of patients without care and students without teachers. The "brain drain" complicates the task of rebuilding once-prosperous Liberia after 14 years of an on-off civil war that ended with a peace deal in 2003. Picture taken October 8, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN REUTERS/Tim A Hetherington
AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN
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October 08, 2005
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October...
Bushrod Island, Liberia
To accompany feature Africa NGOS Braindrain
Private Philip Dee conducts an English class at St. Mary's High School, Bushrod island, Monrovia October 8, 2005. Fat salaries offered by international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and United Nations agencies have drained the West African country's public sector of skilled health and education professionals, leaving thousands of patients without care and students without teachers. The "brain drain" complicates the task of rebuilding once-prosperous Liberia after 14 years of an on-off civil war that ended with a peace deal in 2003. Picture taken October 8, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE AFRICA NGOS BRAINDRAIN REUTERS/Tim A Hetherington
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