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INDIA-ELECTION/
RTS2FJUE
March 30, 2019
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is presented a "Japi" (a traditional hat of Assam) and a traditional...
Moran, India
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is presented a "Japi" and a traditional brass metal pot by party...
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is presented a "Japi" (a traditional hat of Assam) and a traditional brass metal pot by party members during an election campaign rally at Moran town in the northeastern state of Assam, India, March 30, 2019. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika
FRANCE-REFORM/SNCF-STRIKE
RTX5NBVU
April 12, 2018
Horns of a train locomotive which is parked at a so-called "train cemetery" are seen inside a marshalling...
SOTTEVILLE-LES-ROUEN, France
Horns of a train locomotive which is parked at a so-called "train cemetery" are seen inside a marshalling...
Horns of a train locomotive which is parked at a so-called "train cemetery" are seen inside a marshalling yard in Sotteville-Les-Rouen, near Rouen, France, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GU0K
April 05, 2018
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido...
Mexico City, Mexico
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
GLOBAL-BANKS/
RTX3F9VK
September 08, 2017
Safes are pictured in the decommissioned vault of the former Schweizerische Volksbank in Basel, Switzerland...
Basel, Switzerland
Safes are pictured in the decommissioned vault of the former Schweizerische Volksbank in Basel
Safes are pictured in the decommissioned vault of the former Schweizerische Volksbank in Basel, Switzerland September 8, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX2V4O9
December 15, 2016
An employee takes granules of brass, which are used for jewels gilding at the Krastsvetmet non-ferrous...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
An employee works at Krastsvetmet non-ferrous metals plant in Krasnoyarsk
An employee takes granules of brass, which are used for jewels gilding at the Krastsvetmet non-ferrous metals plant, one of the world's largest producers in the precious metals industry, in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, December 14, 2016. Picture taken December 14, 2016. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
CANADA-LIFESTYLE/
RTX1OIT9
August 17, 2015
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull, held briefly in a wooden...
Brampton, Canada
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull in Brampton
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull, held briefly in a wooden crate before being set loose into the ring, during an Azorean "tourada a corda" (bullfight by rope) in Brampton, Ontario August 15, 2015. Bulls in a tourada a corda are held by a rope controlled by a team of men to make sure the animal does not cause injury. Bulls are never killed, in contrast with bullfighting in Spain. The Portuguese population in Canada, numbering 429,000 in the 2011 census, mainly centers around Toronto with immigrants from the nine islands of the mid-Atlantic Azores archipelago. Picture taken August 15, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
CANADA-LIFESTYLE/
RTX1OIT8
August 17, 2015
Brass fittings are seen after being screwed onto the horns of a fighting bull, raised by Portuguese-Canadians,...
Brampton, Canada
Brass fittings are seen on the horns of a fighting bull during an Azorean "tourada a corda" (bullfight...
Brass fittings are seen after being screwed onto the horns of a fighting bull, raised by Portuguese-Canadians, during an Azorean "tourada a corda" (bullfight by rope) in Brampton, Ontario August 15, 2015. Bulls in a tourada a corda are held by a rope controlled by a team of men to make sure the animal does not cause injury. Bulls are never killed, in contrast with bullfighting in Spain. The Portuguese population in Canada, numbering 429,000 in the 2011 census, mainly centers around Toronto with immigrants from the nine islands of the mid-Atlantic Azores archipelago. Picture taken August 15, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
CANADA-LIFESTYLE/
RTX1OIT6
August 17, 2015
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull, held briefly in a wooden...
Brampton, Canada
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull in Brampton
Portuguese-Canadian men fasten brass fittings onto the horns of a fighting bull, held briefly in a wooden crate before being set loose into the ring, during an Azorean "tourada a corda" (bullfight by rope) in Brampton, Ontario August 15, 2015. Bulls in a tourada a corda are held by a rope controlled by a team of men to make sure the animal does not cause injury. Bulls are never killed, in contrast with bullfighting in Spain. The Portuguese population in Canada, numbering 429,000 in the 2011 census, mainly centers around Toronto with immigrants from the nine islands of the mid-Atlantic Azores archipelago. Picture taken August 15, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
PAKISTAN-ODDLY/
RTR4EL9J
November 18, 2014
An artisan uses a tool to draw lines before carving patterns on a brass horse sculpture at a handicraft...
Karachi, Pakistan
An artisan uses a tool to draw lines before carving patterns on a brass horse sculpture at a handicraft...
An artisan uses a tool to draw lines before carving patterns on a brass horse sculpture at a handicraft workshop along a street in Karachi November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91Y
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, weighs...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, weighs in scrap metal at the junkyard which he found while walking around the city collecting junk from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca on the Spanish Balearic island, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91U
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, shows...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, shows his receipt for goods received selling scrap metals to a junkman the objects he found while walking around the city collecting junk from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca on the Spanish Balearic island, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91S
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, picks...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, picks through cables to get copper from an old phone he found while walking around the city collecting junk from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca on the Spanish Balearic island, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91O
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses to collect scrap metal and other recyclable items from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca, one of Spain's major tourist islands, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91K
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses to collect scrap metals and other recyclable items from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca, one of Spain's major tourist islands, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91F
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
An unemployed construction worker pushes a trolley for scrap metal collection in Palma de Mallorca
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses to collect scrap metal and other recyclable items from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca, one of Spain's major tourist islands, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C91C
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Rodriguez, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes trolley he uses...
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses to collect scrap metal and other recyclable items from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca, one of Spain's major tourist islands, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminum, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-JOBLESS/
RTR3C915
January 09, 2013
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Rodriguez, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses...
Spaniard Jose Rodriguez, 41, an unemployed construction worker who has been jobless since 2011, pushes a trolley he uses to collect scrap metal and other recyclable items from rubbish bins in Palma de Mallorca, one of Spain's major tourist islands, January 8, 2013. Metals such as copper, iron, aluminium, and brass and any others found in trash is collected daily by a growing number of jobless seeking cash by selling it to the junkyard. One in four Spaniards are out of work and Spain's economy is contracting under the weight of 60 billion euros ($79 billion) worth of budget cuts, and expected to dip 1.5 percent this year - likely leaving even more people out of work. Picture taken January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
NEPAL/
RTR2T980
October 27, 2011
Newari women wearing their traditional attire carry baskets made of brass specially used for worship...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Newari women wearing their traditional attire carry baskets made of brass specially used for worship...
Newari women wearing their traditional attire carry baskets made of brass specially used for worship during the Newari New Year parade in Kathmandu October 27, 2011.The Newar community in Nepal observes the start of their Newari New Year 1132, in accordance with their national lunar calendar, by worshipping their spiritual selves in a ritual known as "mahapuja." REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL)
BRITAIN
RTR2QJUQ
August 30, 2011
A brass door knocker is pictured on a blue door in London August 30, 2011. Home ownership in England...
London, United Kingdom
A brass door knocker is pictured on a blue door in London
A brass door knocker is pictured on a blue door in London August 30, 2011. Home ownership in England will slump to just 63.8% over the next decade, the National Housing Federation?s forecast said, the lowest level since the mid-1980s. Huge deposits, combined with high house prices and strict lending criteria, have sent home ownership into decline, the Federation said. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR2IWWF
February 21, 2011
"Head in Brass" by German sculptor Rudolf Belling, is seen on display during the exhibition "Chaos and...
Bilbao, Spain
"Head in Brass" by German sculptor Rudolf Belling, is seen on display at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao...
"Head in Brass" by German sculptor Rudolf Belling, is seen on display during the exhibition "Chaos and Classicism: Art in France, Italy, Germany and Spain 1918-1936" at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao February 21, 2011. The exhibition reflects the move following the First World War away from avant guarde experiments towards classical tenets by artists such as Picasso, de Chirico and Braque and the style's subsequent appropriation by Nazi and Italian Fascist ideologies. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA
RTXSRJF
September 28, 2010
A Roma craftsman sits behind brass pots he made for sale on the side of a road in Brateiu September 28,...
BRATEIU, Romania
A Roma craftsman sits behind brass pots he made for sale on the side of a road in Brateiu
A Roma craftsman sits behind brass pots he made for sale on the side of a road in Brateiu September 28, 2010. The European Commission will decide this week what action, if any, to take against France over its expulsion of Roma migrants, a case that has strained relations between Paris and the EU executive. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ4G
April 01, 2008
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate holds a piece of pipe left after thieves removed the copper plumbing...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate holds a piece of pipe left after thieves removed the copper plumbing from an empty, foreclosed home in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminium, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ4D
April 01, 2008
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate shows where thieves have removed the copper plumbing from a sink...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate shows where thieves have removed the copper plumbing from a sink in an empty, foreclosed home in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminium, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ4B
April 01, 2008
Marc Charney, of Charney Real Estate, shows where thieves have removed the copper plumbing from an empty,...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
Marc Charney, of Charney Real Estate, shows where thieves have removed the copper plumbing from an empty, foreclosed home in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminum, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ48
April 01, 2008
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate stands over a piece of pipe left after thieves removed the copper...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate stands over a piece of pipe left after thieves removed the copper plumbing from an empty, foreclosed home in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminum, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ46
April 01, 2008
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate points to where thieves have cut off the copper plumbing from the...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
Marc Charney of Charney Real Estate points to where thieves have cut off the copper plumbing from the water heater in an empty, foreclosed home in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminium, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
USA-HOUSING/METAL
RTR1YZ42
April 01, 2008
A sign warning thieves to stay away is taped to the door of an empty foreclosed home where thieves have...
Brockton, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL
A sign warning thieves to stay away is taped to the door of an empty foreclosed home where thieves have removed the copper plumbing in Brockton, Massachusetts March 25, 2008. Real estate brokers and local authorities say once-proud homes coast-to-coast are being stripped for copper, aluminum, and brass by thieves. Much of it ends up with scrap metal traders who say nearly all copper gets shipped overseas, much of it to China and India. Picture taken March 25, 2008. To match feature USA-HOUSING/METAL REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES)
COLOMBIA/MUSICA
RTR1P4V3
April 28, 2007
A teenager plays tuba in a slum in Medellin, Colombia April 26, 2007. Picture taken on April 26, 2007....
Medellin, Colombia
To match feature COLOMBIA/MUSICA
A teenager plays tuba in a slum in Medellin, Colombia April 26, 2007. Picture taken on April 26, 2007. To match feature COLOMBIA/MUSICA REUTERS/Fredy Amariles (COLOMBIA)
ITALY/
RTR1KC4H
December 12, 2006
Women watch from a window as members of a Christmas band play music in Rome December 12, 2006. For six...
Rome, Italy
Women watch from a window as members of a Christmas band play music in Rome
Women watch from a window as members of a Christmas band play music in Rome December 12, 2006. For six years, five musicians from the southern Italian town of Fracagnano have been coming to Rome to play Christmas songs in the streets, asking for donations from people who peer out of the window as they hear their music. Only one has a fulltime job. REUTERS/Dario Pignatelli (ITALY)
BRITAIN
RTR1BK36
November 23, 2005
A traditional "last orders" bell is seen behind the bar at The Speaker pub in Victoria, central London,...
London, United Kingdom
A traditional "last orders" bell is seen behind the bar at The Speaker pub in Victoria central London...
A traditional "last orders" bell is seen behind the bar at The Speaker pub in Victoria, central London, November 23, 2005. About one third of all the pubs, clubs and shops in England and Wales licensed to sell alcohol will stay open for longer from midnight on Wednesday as Britain seeks a new way to tackle its binge drinking problem. Under new licensing laws, the country's pubs and bars will be allowed to stay open for longer and the fixed 11 p.m. closing time observed by most pubs since World War One will be swept away. CPROD REUTERS/Toby Melville
SAN FRANCISCO HEARTS
RTRJKFL
May 14, 2004
Kids admire a fiberglass heart covered with brass coins at San Francisco's Union Square May 14, 2004....
San Francisco, USA
KIDS LOOK AT A FIBERGLASS HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Kids admire a fiberglass heart covered with brass coins at San Francisco's Union Square May 14, 2004. 130 five-foot-tall fiberglass and metal hearts will be installed on San Francisco city street corners and plazas through out the summer. REUTERS/Kimberly White KW
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