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IRAQ-CARPET PLANT/
RTS1WLF5
August 08, 2018
A Yazidi woman weaves wool at a carpet factory in Dohuk, Iraq July 5, 2018. Picture taken July 5, 2018....
Dohuk, Iraq
A Yazidi woman weaves wool at a carpet factory in Dohuk
A Yazidi woman weaves wool at a carpet factory in Dohuk, Iraq July 5, 2018. Picture taken July 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ari Jalal
Wider Image
Wider Image
LGBT in Uganda: messages for the pope
7 PICTURES
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4NBS
October 15, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks to the podium during a news conference in Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks to the podium during a news conference in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks to the podium during a news conference in Jerusalem October 15, 2015. Israel bristled on Thursday at U.S. suggestions it may have used excessive force to confront Palestinian stabbings, and also published hospital images it said refuted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4NBR
October 15, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem October...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem October 15, 2015. Israel bristled on Thursday at U.S. suggestions it may have used excessive force to confront Palestinian stabbings, and also published hospital images it said refuted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4NBQ
October 15, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem October 15,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen during a news conference in Jerusalem October 15, 2015. Israel bristled on Thursday at U.S. suggestions it may have used excessive force to confront Palestinian stabbings, and also published hospital images it said refuted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4NBP
October 15, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the media during a news conference in Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the media during a news conference in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the media during a news conference in Jerusalem October 15, 2015. Israel bristled on Thursday at U.S. suggestions it may have used excessive force to confront Palestinian stabbings, and also published hospital images it said refuted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS4NBO
October 15, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives before a news conference in Jerusalem October 15,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives before a news conference in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives before a news conference in Jerusalem October 15, 2015. Israel bristled on Thursday at U.S. suggestions it may have used excessive force to confront Palestinian stabbings, and also published hospital images it said refuted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1QQ
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) meets with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk (2nd L) in Palo Alto,...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meets with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk in Palo Alto, California
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) meets with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk (2nd L) in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe has come to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1OY
May 01, 2015
Protesters hold a banner opposing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe outside Tesla Motors prior to Abe's...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Protesters hold a banner opposing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe outside Tesla Motors prior to Abe's...
Protesters hold a banner opposing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe outside Tesla Motors prior to Abe's meeting with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe has come to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1NI
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1N2
May 01, 2015
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk (2nd L) waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto,...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto, California...
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk (2nd L) waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1MQ
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the media following a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the media following a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the media following a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk (2nd R) in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1MK
May 01, 2015
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto, California...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto, California...
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk waits to meet with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1L8
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes a test drive of a Tesla Model S P85D electric car with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1L7
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the Model S P85D in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
USA-JAPAN/ABE
RTX1B1L1
May 01, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the...
Palo Alto, UNITED STATES
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe poses with Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk following a test drive of the Model S P85D in Palo Alto, California April 30, 2015. In the 1980s when Sony and Toshiba were setting the agenda in the global TV and memory chip markets Japan was bristling with confidence as a hub of technological innovation. Three decades later, with Japan's electronics industry in decline, Abe is heading to Silicon Valley - the first sitting Japanese leader to do so - in the hopes of rekindling that innovative spark. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
INDIA-GOLD/TEMPLES
RTR4WQEX
April 09, 2015
Commuters get out of a taxi in front of Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple in Mumbai March 12, 2015....
Mumbai, India
Commuters get out of a taxi in front of Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple in Mumbai
Commuters get out of a taxi in front of Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple in Mumbai March 12, 2015. The two-century-old Shree Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai devoted to the Hindu elephant-headed god Ganesha bristles with close circuit cameras and is guarded by 65 security officers. It is one of India's richest temples, having amassed 158 kg of gold offerings, worth some $67 million, and its heavily guarded vaults are strictly off limits. Picture taken March 12, 2015. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
RUSSIA-PUTIN/
RTR31WIT
May 11, 2012
Opposition activist and one of the leaders of the bloc People's Freedom Party Boris Nemtsov speaks at...
Moscow, Russia
Opposition activist and one of the leaders of the bloc People's Freedom Party Boris Nemtsov speaks at...
Opposition activist and one of the leaders of the bloc People's Freedom Party Boris Nemtsov speaks at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency, in a boulevard in central Moscow May 11, 2012. Putin, two days after being sworn in for a six-year term, promised to project Russia's might on the world stage in a rallying speech on Wednesday to troops and war veterans celebrating victory over Nazi Germany at a military parade bristling with weapons on Red Square. Russian courts later jailed two prominent opposition leaders for 15 days for their role in the protests against Putin's return to the Kremlin, sending a new signal that Putin is determined to keep a lid on dissent in his third presidential term. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-PUTIN/
RTR31WIM
May 11, 2012
People play music at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency,...
Moscow, Russia
People play music at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency,...
People play music at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency, in a boulevard in central Moscow May 11, 2012. Putin, two days after being sworn in for a six-year term, promised to project Russia's might on the world stage in a rallying speech on Wednesday to troops and war veterans celebrating victory over Nazi Germany at a military parade bristling with weapons on Red Square. Russian courts later jailed two prominent opposition leaders for 15 days for their role in the protests against Putin's return to the Kremlin, sending a new signal that Putin is determined to keep a lid on dissent in his third presidential term. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
RUSSIA-PUTIN/
RTR31WIK
May 11, 2012
A man sleeps at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency,...
Moscow, Russia
A man sleeps at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency,...
A man sleeps at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency, in a boulevard in central Moscow May 11, 2012. Putin, two days after being sworn in for a six-year term, promised to project Russia's might on the world stage in a rallying speech on Wednesday to troops and war veterans celebrating victory over Nazi Germany at a military parade bristling with weapons on Red Square. Russian courts later jailed two prominent opposition leaders for 15 days for their role in the protests against Putin's return to the Kremlin, sending a new signal that Putin is determined to keep a lid on dissent in his third presidential term. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
RUSSIA-PUTIN/
RTR31WIG
May 11, 2012
People play badminton at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency,...
Moscow, Russia
People play badminton at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Putin's presidency,...
People play badminton at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency, in a boulevard in central Moscow May 11, 2012. Putin, two days after being sworn in for a six-year term, promised to project Russia's might on the world stage in a rallying speech on Wednesday to troops and war veterans celebrating victory over Nazi Germany at a military parade bristling with weapons on Red Square. Russian courts later jailed two prominent opposition leaders for 15 days for their role in the protests against Putin's return to the Kremlin, sending a new signal that Putin is determined to keep a lid on dissent in his third presidential term. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2LA7M
April 16, 2011
A man peels neem twigs at a sidewalk in Karachi April 16, 2011. Branches of the neem tree, believed to...
Karachi, Pakistan
A man peels neem twigs at a sidewalk in Karachi
A man peels neem twigs at a sidewalk in Karachi April 16, 2011. Branches of the neem tree, believed to possess medicinal properties, are commonly used as traditional toothbrushes by people who chew the ends of the twigs till they are soft and splayed like brush bristles. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CADBURY/INTERVIEW
RTXQFKQ
November 06, 2009
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home in London, November 5, 2009. It's perhaps understandable that Loudon bristles at the thought of British chocolate maker Cadbury potentially falling into the hands of U.S. foods giant Kraft. As a member of the fourth generation of the founding family, Loudon remembers her grandfather's efforts to develop a caring and benevolent company, values she attributes to the family's Quaker roots. Picture taken November 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
CADBURY/INTERVIEW
RTXQFKN
November 06, 2009
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home in London, November 5, 2009. It's perhaps understandable that Loudon bristles at the thought of British chocolate maker Cadbury potentially falling into the hands of U.S. foods giant Kraft. As a member of the fourth generation of the founding family, Loudon remembers her grandfather's efforts to develop a caring and benevolent company, values she attributes to the family's Quaker roots. Picture taken November 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
CADBURY/INTERVIEW
RTXQFKL
November 06, 2009
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her home...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her home in London, November 5, 2009. It's perhaps understandable that Loudon bristles at the thought of British chocolate maker Cadbury potentially falling into the hands of U.S. foods giant Kraft. As a member of the fourth generation of the founding family, Loudon remembers her grandfather's efforts to develop a caring and benevolent company, values she attributes to the family's Quaker roots. Picture taken November 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
CADBURY/INTERVIEW
RTXQFKG
November 06, 2009
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, poses during an interview with Reuters at her home in London, November 5, 2009. It's perhaps understandable that Loudon bristles at the thought of British chocolate maker Cadbury potentially falling into the hands of U.S. foods giant Kraft. As a member of the fourth generation of the founding family, Loudon remembers her grandfather's efforts to develop a caring and benevolent company, values she attributes to the family's Quaker roots. Picture taken November 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
CADBURY/INTERVIEW
RTXQFKC
November 06, 2009
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, smiles as she looks at a book entitled 'Cadbury's Purple...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW
Felicity Loudon, granddaughter of Egbert Cadbury, smiles as she looks at a book entitled 'Cadbury's Purple Reign: The Story Behind Chocolate's Best Loved Brand' during an interview with Reuters at her home in London, November 5, 2009. It's perhaps understandable that Loudon bristles at the thought of British chocolate maker Cadbury potentially falling into the hands of U.S. foods giant Kraft. As a member of the fourth generation of the founding family, Loudon remembers her grandfather's efforts to develop a caring and benevolent company, values she attributes to the family's Quaker roots. Picture taken November 5, 2009. To match Reuters Life! story CADBURY/INTERVIEW REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
KOREA/
RTX7WO6
July 14, 2008
A member of the ground crew checks a SH-60 Seahawk helicopter on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered...
Busan, South Korea
A member of the ground crew checks a SH-60 Seahawk helicopter on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered...
A member of the ground crew checks a SH-60 Seahawk helicopter on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan after its arrival at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WO5
July 14, 2008
Members of the ground crew walk on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald...
Busan, South Korea
Members of the ground crew walk on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald...
Members of the ground crew walk on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan after its arrival at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WO4
July 14, 2008
Members of the ground crew check E-2C Hawkeye aircrafts on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S....
Busan, South Korea
Members of the ground crew check E-2C Hawkeye aircrafts on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S....
Members of the ground crew check E-2C Hawkeye aircrafts on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan after its arrival at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WNW
July 14, 2008
Sailors man the rails as the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval...
Busan, South Korea
Sailors man the rails as the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval...
Sailors man the rails as the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WNS
July 14, 2008
A man looks at U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan upon its arrival at a South Korean naval base...
Busan, South Korea
A man looks at U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan upon its arrival at a South Korean naval base...
A man looks at U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan upon its arrival at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WNN
July 14, 2008
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262...
Busan, South Korea
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7WM9
July 14, 2008
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262...
Busan, South Korea
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan
U.S. aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives at a South Korean naval base in Busan, about 420 km (262 miles) southeast of Seoul, July 14, 2008. The U.S. aircraft carrier made a routine port call in South Korea on Monday, but North Korea usually bristles at such visits, calling them a prelude to invasion and nuclear war. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
SOMALIA-PIRATES/
RTR1YIKS
March 19, 2008
Thomas Borsen, a Danish marine, cleans his machine gun as the HDMS Thetis warship, escorting food aid...
Mombasa, Kenya
Thomas Borsen, a Danish marine, cleans his machine gun as the HDMS Thetis warship leaves the Kenyan sea...
Thomas Borsen, a Danish marine, cleans his machine gun as the HDMS Thetis warship, escorting food aid donated by the Wold Food Programme (WFP) to Somalia, leaves the Kenyan sea port of Mombasa March 18, 2008. Bristling with heavy machineguns and computerised grenade launchers, the HDMS Thetis with its crew of Danish marines is shepherding vital food aid through one of the world's most dangerous waterways.
REUTERS/Guled Mohamed (KENYA)
SOMALIA-PIRATES/
RTR1YIJL
March 19, 2008
A Danish commando stands guard aboard the MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid donated by the Wold Food...
Mombasa, Kenya
A Danish commando stands guard aboard the MV Fade 1
A Danish commando stands guard aboard the MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid donated by the Wold Food Programme (WFP) to Somalia from the Kenyan sea port of Mombasa, March 18, 2008. Bristling with heavy machineguns and computerised grenade launchers, the HDMS Thetis with its crew of Danish marines is shepherding vital food aid through one of the world's most dangerous waterways. Picture taken March 18, 2008. REUTERS/Guled Mohamed (KENYA)
SOMALIA-PIRATES/
RTR1YIJ9
March 19, 2008
A Danish marine fires at a target during a target practice aboard the Danish warship HDMS Thetis off...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A Danish marine fires at a target during a target practice aboard the Danish warship HDMS Thetis off...
A Danish marine fires at a target during a target practice aboard the Danish warship HDMS Thetis off the coast of Somalia March 19, 2008. Bristling with heavy machineguns and computerised grenade launchers, the HDMS Thetis with its crew of Danish marines is shepherding vital food aid through one of the world's most dangerous waterways. REUTERS/Guled Mohamed (SOMALIA)
SOMALIA-PIRATES/
RTR1YIIX
March 19, 2008
A machine gun is mounted on the Danish warship HDMS Thetis as it escorts MV Fade 1, which is carrying...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A machine gun is mounted on the Danish warship HDMS Thetis as it escorts MV Fade 1 off the coast of...
A machine gun is mounted on the Danish warship HDMS Thetis as it escorts MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid to Mogadishu, off the coast of Somalia March 19, 2008. Bristling with heavy machineguns and computerised grenade launchers, the HDMS Thetis with its crew of Danish marines is shepherding vital food aid through one of the world's most dangerous waterways. REUTERS/Guled Mohamed (SOMALIA)
SOMALIA-PIRATES/
RTR1YIIJ
March 19, 2008
The Danish warship HDMS Thetis (R) escorts MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid to Mogadishu, off the...
Mogadishu, Somalia
The Danish warship HDMS Thetis escorts MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid to Mogadishu, off the coast...
The Danish warship HDMS Thetis (R) escorts MV Fade 1, which is carrying food aid to Mogadishu, off the coast of Somalia March 19, 2008. Bristling with heavy machineguns and computerised grenade launchers, the HDMS Thetis with its crew of Danish marines is shepherding vital food aid through one of the world's most dangerous waterways. REUTERS/Guled Mohamed (SOMALIA)
MYANMAR/
RTR1XY3R
March 06, 2008
A woman shaves the bristles off a pig's head in a market in Pakkoku, central Myanmar, February 20, 2008....
PAKKOKU, Myanmar
Woman shaves the bristles off a pig's head in a market in Pakkoku
A woman shaves the bristles off a pig's head in a market in Pakkoku, central Myanmar, February 20, 2008. Picture taken February 20, 2008. REUTERS/Ed Cropley (MYANMAR)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1X8LX
February 18, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi February 18, 2008....
Nairobi, Kenya
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi February 18, 2008. Rice arrived in Kenya on Monday to push talks to end the post-election crisis but can expect a lukewarm welcome from the government, bristling at Western pressure for a quick deal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1X8LS
February 18, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi February 18, 2008....
Nairobi, Kenya
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talks during a news conference in Nairobi February 18, 2008. Rice arrived in Kenya on Monday to push talks to end the post-election crisis but can expect a lukewarm welcome from the government, bristling at Western pressure for a quick deal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1X8LL
February 18, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) listens to former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan during...
Nairobi, Kenya
U.S. Secretary of State Rice listens to former U.N. Secretary-General Annan during a news conference...
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) listens to former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan during a news conference in Nairobi February 18, 2008. Rice arrived in Kenya on Monday to push talks to end the post-election crisis but can expect a lukewarm welcome from the government, bristling at Western pressure for a quick deal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1X8LD
February 18, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) greets former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice greets former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Nairobi
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) greets former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Nairobi February 18, 2008. Rice arrived in Kenya on Monday to push talks to end the post-election crisis but can expect a lukewarm welcome from the government, bristling at Western pressure for a quick deal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1X8KY
February 18, 2008
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) shakes hands with former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan...
Nairobi, Kenya
U.S. Secretary of State Rice shakes hands with former U.N. SG Annan upon his arrival in Nairobi
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (L) shakes hands with former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan upon his arrival in Nairobi February 18, 2008. Rice arrived in Kenya on Monday to push talks to end the post-election crisis but can expect a lukewarm welcome from the government, bristling at Western pressure for a quick deal. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
RUSSIA-VOTE/FARMERS
RTX3XV0
November 22, 2007
People burn the bristles of a pig at a collective farm named after Russia's President Vladimir Putin...
GORNOVKA, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-VOTE/FARMERS
People burn the bristles of a pig at a collective farm named after Russia's President Vladimir Putin in the village of Gornovka November 16, 2007. The Putin farm employs 25 technicians earning a monthly wage of between 4,000 and 5,000 roubles ($164-$205), about a third of the national average of 13,800 roubles. Picture taken November 16, 2007. To match the feature RUSSIA-VOTE/FARMERS REUTERS/Andrei Kasprishin (RUSSIA)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VFA4
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VFA0
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles)...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in Larkana
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF9V
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles)...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in Larkana
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto speaks to local media in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF9R
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF9L
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF99
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto gestures during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto gestures during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto gestures during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF90
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (C) waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (C) waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF8V
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto smiles during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto smiles during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto smiles during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in her home-town of Larkana, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF8E
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (C) waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (C) waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF85
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto waves during her visit to the family of a slain supporter in Larkana October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her October 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BHUTTO/
RTR1VF7W
October 28, 2007
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (L) consoles a family member of slain supporter Nizam Samoo in Larkana...
Larkana, Pakistan
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto consoles a family member of slain supporter Nizam Samoo in Larkana...
Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto (L) consoles a family member of slain supporter Nizam Samoo in Larkana October 28, 2007. Guarded by security personnel bristling with AK-47 and M-16 rifles, Bhutto on Sunday visited the family of a supporter slain in a bid to assassinate her Octoober 19. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
CHINA-POLITICS/
RTR1PZK2
May 23, 2007
Yan Dunfu (L), next to her husband Dai Mingxin, displays a copy of the protest poster that led to her...
Beijing, China
To match feature CHINA-POLITICS/
Yan Dunfu (L), next to her husband Dai Mingxin, displays a copy of the protest poster that led to her purging during China's "Anti-Rightist" campaign in 1957, in their apartment in Beijing May 18, 2007. Yan bristles with anger over her lost youth when she recalls an anniversary China's leaders would rather forget. Fifty years ago, she and other students and intellectuals felt the wrath of Mao Zedong after they answered his call to criticise the ruling Communist Party. Over 550,000 citizens who spoke out were labelled "Rightists", often expelled to labour camps or factories, and treated as pariahs until the 1970s when the party began fitfully overturning past excesses. Picture taken May 18, 2007. To match feature CHINA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Chris Buckley (CHINA)
INDIA/
RTR1K5NY
December 07, 2006
A crowned crane is seen inside its enclosure at a zoological park in New Delhi December 7, 2006. The...
New Delhi, India
A crowned crane is seen inside its enclosure in New Delhi
A crowned crane is seen inside its enclosure at a zoological park in New Delhi December 7, 2006. The "crown" for which the bird is named is made of a fan of coloured bristle-like feathers. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
GERMANY
RTR1H3SU
September 08, 2006
A dead pig is seen in a fire for burning its bristles at an organic slaughterhouse in Wachtendonk in...
WACHTENDONK, Germany
A dead pig is seen in a fire for burning its bristles at an organic slaughterhouse in Wachtendonk
A dead pig is seen in a fire for burning its bristles at an organic slaughterhouse in Wachtendonk in western Germany September 8, 2006. Agriculture Minister Horst Seehofer on Tuesday called for an overhaul of food standards after two German meat distributors were found to have shipped tonnes of out-of-date beef, pork and poultry as fresh produce. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY)
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