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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-BIRTHS
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April 16, 2020
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, takes a brisk walk to try and speed up her contractions, with Ryan...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: From home to hospital: giving birth during the U.S. coronavirus outbreak
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, takes a brisk walk to try and speed up her contractions, with Ryan Morgan, 30, Pedroza's partner and father to their unborn child, and her licensed midwives Amanda Prouty, 39, and Susan Taylor, 40, near Taylor's home where Pedroza plans to give birth, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Fort Worth, Texas,?U.S.,?April 7, 2020. ?REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CORONAVIRUS PREGNANCY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-BIRTHS
RTX7DHR4
April 16, 2020
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, receives support from Nichollette Jones, her doula, as they take...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: From home to hospital: giving birth during the U.S. coronavirus outbreak
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, receives support from Nichollette Jones, her doula, as they take a brisk walk with Ryan Morgan, Pedroza's partner and father to their unborn child, to help speed up Pedroza's contractions, near the home of Pedroza's licensed midwife, Susan Taylor, where Pedroza plans to give birth, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.,?April 7, 2020. ?REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CORONAVIRUS PREGNANCY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-BIRTHS
RTX7DHR2
April 16, 2020
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, holds on to Ryan Morgan, 30, her partner and father to their unborn...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: From home to hospital: giving birth during the U.S. coronavirus outbreak
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, holds on to Ryan Morgan, 30, her partner and father to their unborn child, as she experiences contractions while taking a brisk walk with Nichollette Jones, her doula, to speed up Pedroza's contractions, near the home of Susan Taylor, a licensed midwife, where Pedroza plans to give birth, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., April 7, 2020.  REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CORONAVIRUS PREGNANCY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDITEX-RESULTS/
RTS1CF5
September 16, 2015
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer, reported a brisk start to the autumn season on Wednesday after first-half profit rose by a quarter, sending its shares more than 3 percent higher. The Spanish group, owner of the trendy Zara brand, said sales in local currencies in the six weeks to Sept. 10 jumped 16 percent, far outpacing the 1 percent growth rival Hennes & Mauritz saw in August, which it blamed on unseasonably warm weather in much of Europe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
INDITEX-RESULTS/
RTS1CAD
September 16, 2015
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest...
Madrid, Spain
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer, reported a brisk start to the autumn season on Wednesday after first-half profit rose by a quarter, sending its shares more than 3 percent higher. The Spanish group, owner of the trendy Zara brand, said sales in local currencies in the six weeks to Sept. 10 jumped 16 percent, far outpacing the 1 percent growth rival Hennes & Mauritz saw in August, which it blamed on unseasonably warm weather in much of Europe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
INDITEX-RESULTS/
RTS1CAB
September 16, 2015
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer, reported a brisk start to the autumn season on Wednesday after first-half profit rose by a quarter, sending its shares more than 3 percent higher. The Spanish group, owner of the trendy Zara brand, said sales in local currencies in the six weeks to Sept. 10 jumped 16 percent, far outpacing the 1 percent growth rival Hennes & Mauritz saw in August, which it blamed on unseasonably warm weather in much of Europe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
INDITEX-RESULTS/
RTS1CA5
September 16, 2015
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest...
Madrid, Spain
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain
People walk past a Zara store in central Madrid, Spain, September 16, 2015. Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer, reported a brisk start to the autumn season on Wednesday after first-half profit rose by a quarter, sending its shares more than 3 percent higher. The Spanish group, owner of the trendy Zara brand, said sales in local currencies in the six weeks to Sept. 10 jumped 16 percent, far outpacing the 1 percent growth rival Hennes & Mauritz saw in August, which it blamed on unseasonably warm weather in much of Europe. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX1PZ2E
August 28, 2015
Athletes compete in the women's 20 km race walk final during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the...
Beijing, China
Athletes compete in the women's 20 km race walk final during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the...
Athletes compete in the women's 20 km race walk final during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in Beijing, China August 28, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
VENEZUELA-CHINA/
RTX1HQ95
June 23, 2015
People walk next to Chery cars at a service center in Caracas May 25, 2015. While most foreign firms...
Caracas, Venezuela
People walk next to Chery cars at a service center in Caracas
People walk next to Chery cars at a service center in Caracas May 25, 2015. While most foreign firms are being battered by Venezuela's currency controls and products shortages, Chinese companies are doing brisk business thanks to cooperation deals that give them privileged access to the OPEC nation's economy but leave business risk in the government's hands. Picture taken on May 25, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-CHINA/
RTX1HQ90
June 23, 2015
A man walks next to a Yutong bus in Caracas May 27, 2015. While most foreign firms are being battered...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man walks next to a Yutong bus in Caracas
A man walks next to a Yutong bus in Caracas May 27, 2015. While most foreign firms are being battered by Venezuela's currency controls and products shortages, Chinese companies are doing brisk business thanks to cooperation deals that give them privileged access to the OPEC nation's economy but leave business risk in the government's hands. Picture taken on May 27, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
NISSAN-RESULTS/
RTR4OS52
February 09, 2015
A man walks underneath the Nissan brand logo at the car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama south...
Yokohama, Japan
A man walks underneath the Nissan brand logo at the car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama south...
A man walks underneath the Nissan brand logo at the car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama south of Tokyo, February 9, 2015. Nissan Motor Co Ltd lifted its operating profit forecast by 6.5 percent on Monday after better-than-anticipated results in the third quarter, citing brisk sales from new products, favourable exchange rates and cost cuts. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
NISSAN-RESULTS/
RTR4OS3U
February 09, 2015
A man walks underneath the Nissan brand logo at the car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama south...
Yokohama, Japan
Man walks underneath Nissan brand logo at car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama
A man walks underneath the Nissan brand logo at the car maker's global headquarters in Yokohama south of Tokyo, February 9, 2015. Nissan Motor Co Ltd lifted its operating profit forecast by 6.5 percent on Monday after better-than-anticipated results in the third quarter, citing brisk sales from new products, favourable exchange rates and cost cuts. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
OCBC-RESULTS/
RTR418I0
August 05, 2014
Office workers walk past an Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) branch in Singapore's financial district...
Singapore, Singapore
Office workers walk past an OCBC branch in Singapore's financial district
Office workers walk past an Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp (OCBC) branch in Singapore's financial district August 5, 2014. OCBC, Singapore's second-biggest lender, on Tuesday posted a 54 percent rise in quarterly profit, beating expectations thanks to brisk loan growth and a strong performance from its insurance unit. OCBC, which last week boosted its China exposure by gaining over 90 percent control of Hong Kong-lender Wing Hang Ltd , said it expected to take advantage of growing investment and trade flows between Greater China and Southeast Asia. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3VRV7
June 25, 2014
A member of the Amazonian Tatuyo tribe walks past goal posts in his village in the Rio Negro (Black River)...
Manaus, Brazil
A member of the Amazonian Tatuyo tribe walks past goal posts in his village in the Rio Negro (Black River)...
A member of the Amazonian Tatuyo tribe walks past goal posts in his village in the Rio Negro (Black River) near Manaus city, a World Cup host city, June 23, 2014. Because of their proximity to host city Manaus and their warm welcome, the Tatuyo have enjoyed three weeks of brisk business thanks to the World Cup. Usually, they host between 10 and 30 tourists a day. During the World Cup, this number has rocketed to 250 a day, They have become richer and other communities now come to them to sell them juices and fishes. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP TRAVEL SOCIETY)
CHINA-LAUNDERING/TRIANGLE
RTXZTAN
May 19, 2013
Shoppers walk past small shops at an underground mall in Zhuhai, neighbouring Macau April 29, 2013. In...
Zhuhai, China
Shoppers walk past small shops at an underground mall in Zhuhai
Shoppers walk past small shops at an underground mall in Zhuhai, neighbouring Macau April 29, 2013. In an underground mall just a stone's throw from China's teeming border with Macau, a row of 30 small shops with identical golden plaques does a brisk, though shadowy trade with mainland Chinese visitors, many of them bound for the gambling hub. Picture taken April 29, 2013. To match Insight CHINA-LAUNDERING/TRIANGLE REUTERS/Staff (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
CHINA-LAUNDERING/TRIANGLE
RTXZTAM
May 19, 2013
Shoppers walk past small shops with identical plaques at an underground mall in Zhuhai, neighbouring...
Zhuhai, China
Shoppers walk past small shops with identical plaques at an underground mall in Zhuhai
Shoppers walk past small shops with identical plaques at an underground mall in Zhuhai, neighbouring Macau April 29, 2013. In an underground mall just a stone's throw from China's teeming border with Macau, a row of 30 small shops with identical plaques does a brisk, though shadowy trade with mainland Chinese visitors, many of them bound for the gambling hub. Picture taken April 29, 2013. To match Insight CHINA-LAUNDERING/TRIANGLE REUTERS/Staff (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
KOREA-NORTH/CHINA
RTR3F7EB
March 19, 2013
A man walks past shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in...
Beijing, China
A man walks past shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in...
A man walks past shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in Beijing March 18, 2013. North Koreans appear to be having little trouble taking home the latest cameras, flat-screen TVs and other items from China despite U.N. sanctions that are supposed to make it harder for the country's elite to enjoy the good things in life. Shops selling anything from electronics to perfume near Pyongyang's embassy in Beijing are doing a brisk trade while North Koreans waiting to board flights to their capital can be seen checking in items from refrigerators to washing machines. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/CHINA
RTR3F7E4
March 19, 2013
A man walks into shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in...
Beijing, China
A man walks into shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in...
A man walks into shops with signboards written in Korean characters, near the North Korean embassy in Beijing March 18, 2013. North Koreans appear to be having little trouble taking home the latest cameras, flat-screen TVs and other items from China despite U.N. sanctions that are supposed to make it harder for the country's elite to enjoy the good things in life. Shops selling anything from electronics to perfume near Pyongyang's embassy in Beijing are doing a brisk trade while North Koreans waiting to board flights to their capital can be seen checking in items from refrigerators to washing machines. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/CHINA
RTR3F7E1
March 19, 2013
Women walk past shops with signboards written in Korean characters near the North Korean embassy in Beijing...
Beijing, China
Women walk past shops with signboards written in Korean characters near North Korean embassy in Beijing...
Women walk past shops with signboards written in Korean characters near the North Korean embassy in Beijing March 18, 2013. North Koreans appear to be having little trouble taking home the latest cameras, flat-screen TVs and other items from China despite U.N. sanctions that are supposed to make it harder for the country's elite to enjoy the good things in life. Shops selling anything from electronics to perfume near Pyongyang's embassy in Beijing are doing a brisk trade while North Koreans waiting to board flights to their capital can be seen checking in items from refrigerators to washing machines. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
NEPAL/
RTR36YIJ
August 19, 2012
A father and his daughter walks and exercises at a hill top in Kathmandu August 19, 2012. REUTERS/Navesh...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A father and his daughter walks and exercises at a hill top in Kathmandu
A father and his daughter walks and exercises at a hill top in Kathmandu August 19, 2012. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
OLY-ATHL-ATM50W-DAY15/(ATM095101)
RTR36OA0
August 11, 2012
Japan's Koichiro Morioka is helped by officials after staggering across the finish line in the men's...
London, United Kingdom
Japan's Koichiro Morioka is helped by officials after staggering across finish line in men's 50km race...
Japan's Koichiro Morioka is helped by officials after staggering across the finish line in the men's 50km race walk during the London 2012 Olympic Games at The Mall August 11, 2012. Russia's Sergey Kirdyapkin won the gold ahead of Australia's Jared Tallent who won silver and China's Si Tianfeng who took bronze. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS OLYMPICS)
HYUNDAI-SALES/
RTR2PIHS
August 01, 2011
An employee walks past a Grandeur sedan displayed at a Hyundai dealership in Seoul August 1, 2011. South...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee walks past a Grandeur sedan displayed at a Hyundai dealership in Seoul
An employee walks past a Grandeur sedan displayed at a Hyundai dealership in Seoul August 1, 2011. South Korean carmakers Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors reported firm global sales for July on Monday, driven by continued strong demand for their vehicles. The reports came after the duo, which together rank fifth in global car sales, posted consensus-beating profits for the April to June quarter last week. Hyundai's overseas sales rose 7.2 percent in July, while its domestic sales jumped 22.4 percent, fueled by brisk sales of the new Grandeur large sedan. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDIA-ECONOMY/BUDGET
RTR2J8QV
February 28, 2011
Commuters walk past the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building in Mumbai February 28, 2011. India's government...
Mumbai, India
Commuters walk past the BSE building in Mumbai
Commuters walk past the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building in Mumbai February 28, 2011. India's government boosted next year's farm and social spending, counting on brisk economic growth to help pay the cost of appeasing voters angered by corruption scandals and stubbornly high inflation. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
TRAVEL-CARACAS/
RTR2BK25
March 12, 2010
Poeple walk next to the statue of national hero Simon Bolivar, at central Plaza Bolivar square, in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/
Poeple walk next to the statue of national hero Simon Bolivar, at central Plaza Bolivar square, in Caracas March 11, 2010. Caribbean heat mingles with Andean cool in Caracas, which is nestled against a verdant mountain range, cresting at over 9,000 feet (2,765 meters). Languidly tropical by day, the Venezuelan capital's climate turns brisk after sundown. The perfume of the lush greenery infuses the evening breeze, encouraging outdoor dining. Picture taken March 11, 2010. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TRAVEL-CARACAS/
RTR2BK23
March 12, 2010
Women holding flowers are seen walking at central Plaza Bolivar square, in Caracas March 11, 2010. Caribbean...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/
Women holding flowers are seen walking at central Plaza Bolivar square, in Caracas March 11, 2010. Caribbean heat mingles with Andean cool in Caracas, which is nestled against a verdant mountain range, cresting at over 9,000 feet (2,765 meters). Languidly tropical by day, the Venezuelan capital's climate turns brisk after sundown. The perfume of the lush greenery infuses the evening breeze, encouraging outdoor dining. Picture taken March 11, 2010. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TRAVEL-CARACAS/
RTR2BK1M
March 12, 2010
People walk in front of the El Capitolio, home of Venezuelan National Assembly building, in Caracas March...
Caracas, Venezuela
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/
People walk in front of the El Capitolio, home of Venezuelan National Assembly building, in Caracas March 11, 2010. Caribbean heat mingles with Andean cool in Caracas, which is nestled against a verdant mountain range, cresting at over 9,000 feet (2,765 meters). Languidly tropical by day, the Venezuelan capital's climate turns brisk after sundown. The perfume of the lush greenery infuses the evening breeze, encouraging outdoor dining. Picture taken March 11, 2010. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-CARACAS/ REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
CALIFORNIA-MARIJUANA/
RTXQYY0
November 20, 2009
People walk past a medical marijuana dispensary on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, November 18, 2009. Hundreds...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
People walk past a medical marijuana dispensary on Venice Beach in Los Angeles
People walk past a medical marijuana dispensary on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, November 18, 2009. Hundreds of pot shops have sprung up in the last couple of years across Los Angeles, taking advantage of California's medical marijuana laws to do a brisk trade in cannabis offerings branded with names like "Big Buds" and "Super Trainwreck". Roughly 1,000 marijuana dispensaries now cater to cancer patients and recreational dope smokers alike -- but city prosecutors declared war on many of them this month with threats to take action against those selling pot for profit. Picture taken November 18, 2009. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES HEALTH POLITICS)
AFGHANISTAN-BARRIERS/
RTXQJ34
November 09, 2009
A man walks past a site producing concrete defence barriers in Kabul November 8, 2009. A kilometre-long...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A man walks past a site producing concrete defence barriers in Kabul
A man walks past a site producing concrete defence barriers in Kabul November 8, 2009. A kilometre-long stretch of the road is lined with family concrete barrier businesses, stacked as far as the eye can see with row upon row of freshly made, 2-metre-wide wall sections, like tombstones in a vast graveyard for giants. With security worsening and tens of thousands of American troops arriving this year, business has been brisk for concrete blast barriers. Picture taken November 8, 2009. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION MILITARY)
MATSUSHITA/
RTR1WHYP
January 31, 2008
A man walks past a display of Matsushita's Panasonic DIGA series Blu-ray recorders outside an electronics...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks past a display of Matsushita's Panasonic DIGA series Blu-ray recorders outside an electronics...
A man walks past a display of Matsushita's Panasonic DIGA series Blu-ray recorders outside an electronics retail shop in Tokyo January 31, 2008. Panasonic maker Matsushita reported a 22 percent gain in quarterly operating profit on brisk demand for its digital cameras and flat televisions, and it stood by its annual outlook that falls short of market expectations. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
HONDA/RESULTS
RTR1WGF0
January 30, 2008
A man is reflected in a motorcycle's mirror as he walks past Honda Motor Co. cars in a showroom in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A man is reflected in a motorcycle's mirror as he walks past Honda Motor Co. cars in a showroom in Tokyo...
A man is reflected in a motorcycle's mirror as he walks past Honda Motor Co. cars in a showroom in Tokyo January 30, 2008. Honda Motor Co. posted a better-than-expected 38 percent rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by strong global sales of its CR-V crossover and brisk U.S. demand for the accord sedan. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
HONDA/RESULTS
RTR1WGEY
January 30, 2008
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars at a showroom in Tokyo January 30, 2008. Honda Motor Co. posted...
Tokyo, Japan
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars at a showroom in Tokyo
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars at a showroom in Tokyo January 30, 2008. Honda Motor Co. posted a better-than-expected 38 percent rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by strong global sales of its CR-V crossover and brisk U.S. demand for the accord sedan. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
HONDA/RESULTS
RTR1WGEX
January 30, 2008
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars outside a showroom in Tokyo January 30, 2008. Honda Motor Co. posted...
Tokyo, Japan
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars outside a showroom in Tokyo
A man walks past Honda Motor Co. cars outside a showroom in Tokyo January 30, 2008. Honda Motor Co. posted a better-than-expected 38 percent rise in quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by strong global sales of its CR-V crossover and brisk U.S. demand for the accord sedan. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
TOYOTA-RESULTS/
RTR1M1KR
February 06, 2007
Customers walk past Toyota Motor's Lexus LS460 at a showroom in Tokyo February 6, 2007. Toyota Motor...
Tokyo, Japan
Customers walk past Toyota's Lexus LS460 at a showroom in Tokyo
Customers walk past Toyota Motor's Lexus LS460 at a showroom in Tokyo February 6, 2007. Toyota Motor Corp. reported a 19 percent rise in quarterly operating profit on Tuesday, fuelled by brisk sales, cost cuts and a weaker yen, and it left unchanged its full-year forecast for a seventh straight year of record earnings. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE3C
January 20, 2007
Participants in floral-themed costume leave the start line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participants in floral-themed costume leave start line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur
Participants in floral-themed costume leave the start line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk that is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE35
January 20, 2007
A participant in floral-themed costume approaches the finish line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participant in floral-themed costume approaches finish line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur
A participant in floral-themed costume approaches the finish line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk that is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE1R
January 20, 2007
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007....
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE0P
January 20, 2007
Participants in floral-themed costumes pose before Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participants in floral-themed costumes pose before Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur
Participants in floral-themed costumes pose before Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk that is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE0L
January 20, 2007
A participant in floral-themed costume smiles as she approaches the finish line during Florathon 2007...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participant in floral-themed costume smiles as she approaches finish line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala...
A participant in floral-themed costume smiles as she approaches the finish line during Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTR1LE04
January 20, 2007
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007....
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur
Participants in floral-themed costumes prepare to begin Florathon 2007 in Kuala Lumpur January 20, 2007. The Florathon, a brisk 3-km walk is not judged on speed but floral-themed costumes, was held on Saturday in conjunction with 'Visit Malaysia Year 2007' which the country expects to bring in RM45 billion ($12 billion) from at least 20 million tourists. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA)
AUTOS KOREA HYUNDAI
RTR18ZV2
January 26, 2006
South Korean walk past the advertisement board of Hyundai Motor Co. in Seoul January 26, 2006. The South...
Seoul, Korea
South Koreans walk past advertisement board of Hyundai Motor in Seoul
South Korean walk past the advertisement board of Hyundai Motor Co. in Seoul January 26, 2006. The South Korean top auto maker, posted a better-than-expected 63 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by brisk sales of premium models, along with contributions from financial affiliates and overseas units. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN SHRINE
RTR19MEV
October 17, 2005
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi makes a brisk walk along the path at Yasukuni Shrine, a shrine...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi pays homage at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi makes a brisk walk along the path at Yasukuni Shrine, a shrine for war dead, to pay homage in Tokyo October 17, 2005. After the premier's Monday visit to Yasukuni, Japan struggled with little success on Tuesday to minimise the diplomatic fallout from the visit, which has outraged China and South Korea and upset domestic critics. Picture taken October 17, 2005. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
MARKETS KOREA STOCKS
RTRGW6U
April 06, 2004
A South Korean man walks past a sign showing the stock price index in Seoul April 6, 2004. South Korean...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN MAN WALKS PAST A SIGN SHOWING STOCK PRICE INDEX IN SEOUL.
A South Korean man walks past a sign showing the stock price index in Seoul April 6, 2004. South Korean shares rose 2.55 percent to a one-month closing high on Tuesday, as a rosy first-quarter earnings outlook and rising chip prices prompted brisk foreign buying of major technology shares. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho LJW/FA
SOUTHASIA PAKISTAN
RTRIAFY
February 14, 2003
Pakistani veiled woman hold red roses and walk past a Valentine's Day
banner in Islamabad February 14,...
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
PAKISTANI WOMEN HOLD FLOWERS AND WALK PAST A VALENTINE'S DAY BANNER IN
ISLAMABAD.
Pakistani veiled woman hold red roses and walk past a Valentine's Day
banner in Islamabad February 14, 2003. Florists in Pakistan are doing
brisk business on Valentine's Day as many couples embrace the day's
celebrations. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed

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KOREA NORTH
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August 02, 2002
SOUTH KOREA'S UNIFICATION MINISTER JEONG SE-HYUN WALKS WITH DELEGATES
READY FOR TALKS WITH NORTH KOREA...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREA'S UNIFICATION MINISTER JEONG SE-HYUN WALKS WITH DELEGATES
READY FOR TALKS WITH ...
SOUTH KOREA'S UNIFICATION MINISTER JEONG SE-HYUN WALKS WITH DELEGATES
READY FOR TALKS WITH NORTH KOREA IN SEOUL.


South Korea's unification minister Jeong Se-hyun (C) walks with Rhee
Bong-jo (L) and Soh Young-kyo, delegates of the South Korean team
prepared for resumed talks with North Korea, Seoul August 2, 2002.
South Korea's Unification Ministry said Rhee Bong-jo, an assistant
minister in charge of policy, would head a 20-person team departing on
Friday for North Korea's Mount Kumgang resort. The talks are the
product of a brisk exchange of messages across the divided North-South
border that began a week ago with a North Korean statement of "regret"
for a naval firefight in June that killed 18 sailors on both sides.
REUTERS/Lee Jae Won
BUSH EASTER
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March 31, 2002
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) walks in a brisk wind with his
father, former President George H....
Crawford, United States of America
US PRESIDENT BUSH ATTENDS EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES WITH FAMILY MEMBERS.
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) walks in a brisk wind with his
father, former President George H. W. Bush (L) and his mother Barbara
as they depart the Canaan Baptist Church near the Bush ranch after
Easter sunrise services, March 31, 2002, in Crawford, Texas. Bush has
been kept fully informed of the volatile situation in the Middle East,
where suicide bombings by militant Palestinians against Israelis has
become an almost daily occurence. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

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TELECOMS DOCOMO IMODE
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February 22, 2002
A young woman uses a mobile phone as she walks past a NTT DoCoMo shop in
Tokyo February 22, 2002. After...
Tokyo, Japan
A YOUNG WOMAN USES A MOBILE PHONE AS SHE WALKS PAST NTT DOCOMO SHOP
IN TOKYO.
A young woman uses a mobile phone as she walks past a NTT DoCoMo shop in
Tokyo February 22, 2002. After amassing 30 million users in three years of
brisk growth, Japanese moble operator NTT DoCoMo Inc's mobile Internet
service "i-mode" is looking for new ways to attract more users and grow
outside its home market. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

ES/JD
ECONOMY MACAU
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March 17, 2001
Macau residents walk out from the border checkpoint into Macau from neighbouring southern Chinese city...
Hong Kong, China
MACAU RESIDENTS CROSS BORDER INTO MACAU FROM NEIGHBOURING ZHUHAI.
Macau residents walk out from the border checkpoint into Macau from neighbouring southern Chinese city of Zhuhai. Thousands of Macau residents scurry over the land border each day to peddle foreign imports that are highly-prized in Zhuhai, and return with mainland goods that would cost more in Macau. An increasing younger, jobless people are taking part in the brisk "arbitrage business" in recent years. Picture taken March 17, 2001.

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SPORT OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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September 28, 2000
The legs of athletes competing in the women's 20km walk final are seen at the Sydney Olympic Games, September...
Sydney, Australia
ATHLETES COMPETE IN WOMENS 20KM WALK FINAL AT THE SYDNEY OLYMPICS.
The legs of athletes competing in the women's 20km walk final are seen at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 28, 2000. The Games of the XXVII Olympiad continue until October 1. PP04010115
PB/HB
ECONOMY JAPAN BARGAIN
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March 09, 2000
Customers walk past a fast food outlet's poster which advertises a 50 percent cut in the price of a standard...
Tokyo, Japan
CUSTOMERS WALK PAST FAST FOOD RESTAURANT IN TOKYO.
Customers walk past a fast food outlet's poster which advertises a 50 percent cut in the price of a standard hamburger and cheeseburger at its outlet in Tokyo in this March 9, 2000 file photo. Brisk business at low-priced apparels chain Uniqlo and long queues for super-cheap fast food lunches show the increasingly stingy Japanese consumers are still apt to loosen their purse strings when they see a bargain.

KM/PB
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March 29, 1997
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) is accompanied by aides as he takes a brisk early-morning walk...
China
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD WALKS IN SHANGHAI
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (L) is accompanied by aides as he takes a brisk early-morning walk through central Shanghai March 29. Howard is in China on a five-day official visit to further bilateral relations between the two countries.

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