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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTX7EGXH
April 20, 2020
A paper with the slogan: "burglary is not worth it - no valuables" is seen in the window of a daycare...
Berlin, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Germany
A paper with the slogan: "burglary is not worth it - no valuables" is seen in the window of a daycare center, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany, April 20, 2020. REUTERS/Christian Mang
STORY-YEAR ENDER/2015
RTX1XWW5
December 09, 2015
A suspects are handcuffed after breaking into a house belonging to married police officers, in Johannesburg,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Yearend 2015: A Picture and Its Story
A suspects are handcuffed after breaking into a house belonging to married police officers, in Johannesburg, South Africa, August 12, 2015. Siphiwe Sibeko: Some stories have more impact on me than others. This one in my neighbourhood in Johannesburg is a case in point. I got a message that my neighbours' house was being broken into and they needed help. When other neighbours and I arrived we found one man lying inside the house bleeding. He later confessed that the other robbers had fled and they might still in the area. There had been an increase in robberies locally. A few weeks earlier my car was broken into and all of my photographic equipment stolen in broad daylight. Police patrolling in the neighbourhood helped to apprehend a second suspect. They were both handcuffed outside the house and as we waited there for the arresting officers to arrive, I got out my camera took a few pictures of the suspects handcuffed together. The man who had sustained the gunshot wound was writhing in pain. Both men were crying and pleading with the community not to hit or attack them. People in the neighbourhood were angry because burglaries happen all the time even during broad daylight. The other suspects in this break-in have not been found to this day. Although I was both angry and shaken as this robbery took place next to my home, I was able to keep calm as I remembered my responsibilities as a photojournalist. I remembered my duty as a photojournalist not to get carried away by anger and emotions. I have learned always to be calm and have my camera with me at all times. In a country known for violent crime - the murder rate increased around 5 percent this year from 2014, to nearly 50 every day - home safety is something of an obsession for my family and me. This incident reminded me that, beyond the statistics, crime affects us all in South Africa. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-MURDER/CALIFORNIA
RTS4HAL
October 14, 2015
Chief Public Defender David Brown of the Marin County Public Defender's Office speaks to members of the...
San Rafael, UNITED STATES
Public Defender David Brown speaks after arraignment for Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean Michael Angold,...
Chief Public Defender David Brown of the Marin County Public Defender's Office speaks to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean Michael Angold, and Lila Scott Alligood in San Rafael, California October 14, 2015. The trio is charged for the murders of Canadian backpacker Audrey Carey in San Francisco and 67-year-old tantra teacher Steve Carter on a hiking trail in Fairfax with a handgun taken in a car burglary near San Francisco's popular Fisherman's Wharf. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-MURDER/CALIFORNIA
RTS4HA2
October 14, 2015
Public Defenders David Brown (2nd L) and Pedros Oliveros (2nd R), of the Marin County Public Defender's...
San Rafael, UNITED STATES
Public Defenders David Brown and Pedros Oliveros speak after arraignment for Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean...
Public Defenders David Brown (2nd L) and Pedros Oliveros (2nd R), of the Marin County Public Defender's Office, speak to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean Michael Angold, and Lila Scott Alligood at the Marin Superior Court in San Rafael, California October 14, 2015. The trio is charged for the murders of Canadian backpacker Audrey Carey in San Francisco and 67-year-old tantra teacher Steve Carter on a hiking trail in Fairfax with a handgun taken in a car burglary near San Francisco's popular Fisherman's Wharf. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-MURDER/CALIFORNIA
RTS4H8U
October 14, 2015
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison...
San Rafael, UNITED STATES
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks after arraignment for Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean...
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean Michael Angold, and Lila Scott Alligood at the Marin County Superior Court in San Rafael, California October 14, 2015. The trio is charged for the murders of Canadian backpacker Audrey Carey in San Francisco and 67-year-old tantra teacher Steve Carter on a hiking trail in Fairfax with a handgun taken in a car burglary near San Francisco's popular Fisherman's Wharf. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-MURDER/CALIFORNIA
RTS4H8S
October 14, 2015
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison...
San Rafael, UNITED STATES
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks after arraignment for Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean...
Marin County District Attorney Ed Berberian speaks to members of the media after the arraignment of Morrison Haze Lampley, Sean Michael Angold, and Lila Scott Alligood at the Marin County Superior Court in San Rafael, California October 14, 2015. The trio is charged for the murders of Canadian backpacker Audrey Carey in San Francisco and 67-year-old tantra teacher Steve Carter on a hiking trail in Fairfax with a handgun taken in a car burglary near San Francisco's popular Fisherman's Wharf. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
SOUTHAFRICA-CRIME/
RTR4YZ5D
August 13, 2015
A police officer looks on as a suspect (R) is handcuffed after they attempt to break into a house belonging...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A police officer looks on as a suspect is handcuffed after they attempt to break into a house belonging...
A police officer looks on as a suspect (R) is handcuffed after they attempt to break into a house belonging to a police officer couple, in the south of Johannesburg, August 12, 2015. Local media reported a rise in robbery and housebreaking incidents in Johannesburg. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SOUTHAFRICA-CRIME/
RTR4YZ5C
August 13, 2015
A suspect (R) writhes in pain as he is handcuffed to his accomplice after he was shot while they attempt...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A suspect writhes in pain as he is handcuffed to his accomplice after he was shot while they attempt...
A suspect (R) writhes in pain as he is handcuffed to his accomplice after he was shot while they attempt to break into a house belonging to a police officer couple, in the south of Johannesburg, August 12, 2015. Local media reported a rise in robbery and housebreaking incidents in Johannesburg. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HONGKONG-CRIME/
RTX1BLXW
May 05, 2015
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Hong Kong, China
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter, as he is brought to Choi Hun MTR station for investigation in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. The kidnapping, an armed robbery and a spate of high-profile burglaries in the homes of Hong Kong's elite have stirred concern in a city ranked as one of the safest in the world. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
HONGKONG-CRIME/
RTX1BLXQ
May 05, 2015
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Hong Kong, China
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter, as he is brought to Choi Hun MTR station for investigation in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. The kidnapping, an armed robbery and a spate of high-profile burglaries in the homes of Hong Kong's elite have stirred concern in a city ranked as one of the safest in the world. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
HONGKONG-CRIME/
RTX1BLXN
May 05, 2015
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Hong Kong, China
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter, as he is brought to Choi Hun MTR station for investigation in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. The kidnapping, an armed robbery and a spate of high-profile burglaries in the homes of Hong Kong's elite have stirred concern in a city ranked as one of the safest in the world. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
HONGKONG-CRIME/
RTX1BLW0
May 05, 2015
Police officers form a cordon around a man (C, face covered), suspected to be involved in the kidnapping...
Hong Kong, China
Police officers form a cordon around a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Police officers form a cordon around a man (C, face covered), suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter, as he is brought to Choi Hun MTR station for investigation in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. The kidnapping, an armed robbery and a spate of high-profile burglaries in the homes of Hong Kong's elite have stirred concern in a city ranked as one of the safest in the world. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
HONGKONG-CRIME/
RTX1BLVY
May 05, 2015
Police officers escort a man (C, face covered), suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's...
Hong Kong, China
Police officers escort a man, suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter,...
Police officers escort a man (C, face covered), suspected to be involved in the kidnapping of a tycoon's granddaughter, as he is brought to Choi Hun MTR station for investigation in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. The kidnapping, an armed robbery and a spate of high-profile burglaries in the homes of Hong Kong's elite have stirred concern in a city ranked as one of the safest in the world. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
BRITAIN-CRIME/
RTR4WF7E
April 07, 2015
A police officer leaves a safe deposit building on Hatton Garden in central London April 7, 2015. Burglars...
London, United Kingdom
Police officer leaves a safe deposit building on Hatton Garden in central London
A police officer leaves a safe deposit building on Hatton Garden in central London April 7, 2015. Burglars are believed to have broken into the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit company over the Easter weekend, local media reported. REUTERS/Neil Hall
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTXX
February 09, 2015
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Mumbai, India
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTXK
February 09, 2015
A protester attends a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide,...
Mumbai, India
A protester attends a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide,...
A protester attends a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTXC
February 09, 2015
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Mumbai, India
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
A protester holds a placard during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTWS
February 09, 2015
Protesters shout slogans during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Mumbai, India
Protesters shout slogans during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Protesters shout slogans during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTWO
February 09, 2015
Protesters hold placards during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Mumbai, India
Protesters hold placards during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches...
Protesters hold placards during a rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTU0
February 09, 2015
A protester holds a cross during a protest rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on...
Mumbai, India
A protester holds a cross during a protest rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on...
A protester holds a cross during a protest rally by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
INDIA-PROTESTS/CHRISTIANS
RTR4OTTS
February 09, 2015
A nun holds a cross during a protest by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide,...
Mumbai, India
A nun holds a cross during a protest by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide,...
A nun holds a cross during a protest by hundreds of Christians against recent attacks on churches nationwide, in Mumbai February 9, 2015. Five churches in the Indian capital New Delhi have reported incidents of arson, vandalism and burglary. The latest was reported last week when an individual stole ceremonial items. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
USA-TEMPLE-MURDERS
RTX17RSS
January 23, 2014
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people, including...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people in Phoenix...
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people, including six monks, at a Buddhist temple near Phoenix, January 23, 2014. Doody, 39, was found guilty of nine counts of first-degree murder, nine counts of armed robbery and one count each of burglary and conspiracy. Doody sits next to one of his attorneys, David Rothschild. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-TEMPLE-MURDERS
RTX17RSR
January 23, 2014
Johnathan Doody (C) is consoled by attorney Maria Schaffer (L) as his other attorney, David Rothschild...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people in Phoenix...
Johnathan Doody (C) is consoled by attorney Maria Schaffer (L) as his other attorney, David Rothschild looks on, as the court clerk reads guilty verdicts on all counts for the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people, including six monks, at a Buddhist temple near Phoenix, January 23, 2014. Doody, 39, was found guilty of nine counts of first-degree murder, nine counts of armed robbery and one count each of burglary and conspiracy. Doody sits between his attorneys Maria Schaffer (L) and David Rothschild. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-TEMPLE-MURDERS
RTX17RSQ
January 23, 2014
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people, including...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people in Phoenix...
Johnathan Doody listens as he is found guilty of the 1991 execution-style murders of nine people, including six monks, at a Buddhist temple near Phoenix, January 23, 2014. Doody, 39, was found guilty of nine counts of first-degree murder, nine counts of armed robbery and one count each of burglary and conspiracy. Doody sits between his attorneys Maria Schaffer (L) and David Rothschild. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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SWITZERLAND/
RTXYOQA
April 17, 2013
Swiss Justice Minister Simonetta Sommaruga holds up a statistic on burglary in Switzerland from 1982...
Bern, Switzerland
Swiss Justice Minister Sommaruga holds up a statistic on burglary in Switzerland during final day of...
Swiss Justice Minister Simonetta Sommaruga holds up a statistic on burglary in Switzerland from 1982 till 2009, during the final day of the three-day long Extraordinary Parliament Session in Bern April 17, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BATMAN/
RTR3EK1R
March 04, 2013
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England,...
Bradford, United Kingdom
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England...
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England, on February 25, 2013, in this still photograph taken from video and provided by West Yorkshire Police on March 4, 2013. A mystery man dressed as Batman demonstrated the same crime-fighting skills as the caped crusader when he handed over a suspect wanted for burglary in Britain. Closed-circuit television footage showed a portly figure wearing an ill-fitting costume including gloves, cape and mask, bringing a 27-year-old man to a police station in Bradford in northern England. REUTERS/West Yorkshire Police/Handout (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
PICTURE PIXELATED AT SOURCE. ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
BRITAIN-BATMAN/
RTR3EK1Q
March 04, 2013
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England,...
Bradford, United Kingdom
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England...
A man dressed as Batman and a burglary suspect stand in a police station in Bradford, northern England, on February 25, 2013, in this still photograph taken from video and provided by West Yorkshire Police on March 4, 2013. A mystery man dressed as Batman demonstrated the same crime-fighting skills as the caped crusader when he handed over a suspect wanted for burglary in Britain. Closed-circuit television footage showed a portly figure wearing an ill-fitting costume including gloves, cape and mask, bringing a 27-year-old man to a police station in Bradford in northern England. REUTERS/West Yorkshire Police/Handout (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
PICTURE PIXELATED AT SOURCE. ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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NETHERLANDS/
RTR3979P
October 16, 2012
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's...
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3979O
October 16, 2012
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's...
A empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was, in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3977A
October 16, 2012
An empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Empty spot on wall marks place where stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery...
An empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR39773
October 16, 2012
An empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Empty spot on the marks place where stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery...
An empty spot on the wall marks the place where the stolen Henri Matisse painting was in Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3972D
October 16, 2012
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Police officers investigate surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR39727
October 16, 2012
A view of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
View of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
A view of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR39725
October 16, 2012
A view of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery is seen in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
View of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery is seen in the Netherlands
A view of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery is seen in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR39722
October 16, 2012
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Police officer investigates surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3971U
October 16, 2012
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3971S
October 16, 2012
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3971R
October 16, 2012
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands...
A police officer investigates the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3971N
October 16, 2012
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands
Police officers investigate the surroundings of Rotterdam's Kunsthal art gallery in the Netherlands October 16, 2012. According to local media, several important works of art of considerable value have been stolen from the gallery in an overnight burglary. Among them were works taken while on display at the Avant-Gardes show featuring paintings from the Triton Foundation collection. A local television station reports that the "Reading Girl" by Henri Matisse was among the paintings stolen. REUTERS/Robin van Lonkhuijsen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-WILDFIRES/COLORADO/
RTR34G5Z
July 01, 2012
Rich Harvey, the Incident Commander of the National Incident Management Team, places his hand over the...
Colorado Springs, UNITED STATES
The Incident Commander of the National Incident Management Team places his hand over the Waldo Canyon...
Rich Harvey, the Incident Commander of the National Incident Management Team, places his hand over the Waldo Canyon Fire during a news conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado July 1, 2012. Crews battling a deadly Colorado wildfire ranked the most destructive in state history have made enough headway to allow most evacuees home, but concerns remain about rogue bears and burglaries in vacant houses, officials said on Saturday. The wildfire has been blamed for two deaths and the destruction of 346 homes, while 35,000 residents were forced to evacuate to escape the threat of flames and heavy smoke. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
USA-WILDFIRES/COLORADO
RTR34FLJ
July 01, 2012
Local residents Lindsay Hetzel and Nathan Birdseye sit on a cliff over looking the Waldo Canyon Fire...
Colorado Springs, UNITED STATES
Local residents sit on a cliff over looking the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs
Local residents Lindsay Hetzel and Nathan Birdseye sit on a cliff over looking the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs, Colorado June 30, 2012. Crews battling a deadly Colorado wildfire ranked the most destructive in state history have made enough headway to allow most evacuees home, but concerns remain about rogue bears and burglaries in vacant houses, officials said on Saturday. The wildfire has been blamed for two deaths and the destruction of 346 homes, while 35,000 residents were forced to evacuate to escape the threat of flames and heavy smoke. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
GREECE/
RTR30OR4
April 13, 2012
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens April 13, 2012....
Athens, Greece
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens April 13, 2012. A wave of migrants from the developing world has been blamed for a rise in crime that authorities say has assumed "epidemic proportions".Break-ins, robberies, muggings and murders have soared, with burglaries rising by 125% in the greater Athens region in 2011, according to Greek police. Around 130,000 are estimated to enter the country each year. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
GREECE/
RTR30OR2
April 13, 2012
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13,...
Athens, Greece
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13, 2012. A wave of migrants from the developing world has been blamed for a rise in crime that authorities say has assumed "epidemic proportions".Break-ins, robberies, muggings and murders have soared, with burglaries rising by 125% in the greater Athens region in 2011, according to Greek police. Around 130,000 are estimated to enter the country each year. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
GREECE/
RTR30OQS
April 13, 2012
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13,...
Athens, Greece
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday
A North African illegal immigrant sleeps by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13, 2012. A wave of migrants from the developing world has been blamed for a rise in crime that authorities say has assumed "epidemic proportions".Break-ins, robberies, muggings and murders have soared, with burglaries rising by 125% in the greater Athens region in 2011, according to Greek police. Around 130,000 are estimated to enter the country each year. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS)
GREECE/
RTR30OQD
April 13, 2012
North African illegal immigrants take shelter by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April...
Athens, Greece
North African illegal immigrants take shelter by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday
North African illegal immigrants take shelter by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13, 2012. A wave of migrants from the developing world has been blamed for a rise in crime that authorities say has assumed "epidemic proportions".Break-ins, robberies, muggings and murders have soared, with burglaries rising by 125% in the greater Athens region in 2011, according to Greek police. Around 130,000 are estimated to enter the country each year. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
GREECE/
RTR30OQ6
April 13, 2012
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox...
Athens, Greece
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox...
North African illegal immigrants take shelter under a bridge by railway tracks in Athens on Orthodox Good Friday April 13, 2012. A wave of migrants from the developing world has been blamed for a rise in crime that authorities say has assumed "epidemic proportions".Break-ins, robberies, muggings and murders have soared, with burglaries rising by 125% in the greater Athens region in 2011, according to Greek police. Around 130,000 are estimated to enter the country each year. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2ZW44
March 26, 2012
Seized burglary equipment is displayed during a news conference on a resolved car theft series in Vienna,...
Vienna, Austria
Seized burglary equipment on display during a news conference on a resolved car theft series in Vienna...
Seized burglary equipment is displayed during a news conference on a resolved car theft series in Vienna, March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEET
February 06, 2012
A Serco flag flies alongside a Union flag outside Doncaster Prison in northern England December 13, 2011....
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A Serco flag flies alongside a Union flag outside Doncaster Prison in northern England
A Serco flag flies alongside a Union flag outside Doncaster Prison in northern England December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEEL
February 06, 2012
A general view shows Doncaster Prison in northern England December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A general view shows Doncaster Prison in northern England
A general view shows Doncaster Prison in northern England December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEEG
February 06, 2012
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England,...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEED
February 06, 2012
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England,...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison
A prisoner comforts his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEE9
February 06, 2012
A prisoner (L) looks at his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England,...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A prisoner looks at his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison
A prisoner (L) looks at his daughter during a "Daddy Newborn Session" in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEDR
February 06, 2012
A prisoner passes poetry written on a wall in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011....
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A prisoner passes poetry written on a wall in Doncaster Prison
A prisoner passes poetry written on a wall in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XEDL
February 06, 2012
Volunteer Jane from Catch 22 speaks with a prisoner on the resettlement wing of Doncaster Prison, northern...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Volunteer Jane from Catch 22 speaks with a prisoner on the resettlement wing of Doncaster Prison
Volunteer Jane from Catch 22 speaks with a prisoner on the resettlement wing of Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XECZ
February 06, 2012
Director of Doncaster Prison, John Briggin, stands by his poetry in Doncaster Prison, northern England,...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Director of Doncaster Prison John Briggin stands by his poetry in Doncaster Prison
Director of Doncaster Prison, John Briggin, stands by his poetry in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XECP
February 06, 2012
A prisoner sits in his cell on the resettlement wing in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A prisoner sits in his cell on the resettlement wing in Doncaster Prison
A prisoner sits in his cell on the resettlement wing in Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PRISON/
RTR2XECL
February 06, 2012
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAINPRISON/
RTR2XECH
February 06, 2012
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison
Prisoner Shane speaks inside Doncaster Prison, northern England, December 13, 2011. Burglary at 15 earned him his first sentence and began a cycle of crime to fund a heroin addiction - a cycle he is now determined to end with the help of a pilot prison scheme. "You used to come to jail and if you didn't have probation work when you got out of there you were on your own," Shane, now 32, told Reuters in an empty canteen at Doncaster prison in south Yorkshire, England. " A lot of people were out the gate with 45 pounds, nowhere to live, and were back on the street spending it on class A drugs or drink. They'd be back inside in weeks or months." Photograph taken December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
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