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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7I1T3
May 08, 2020
A "Now Hiring" sign advertising jobs at a hand car wash is seen along a street, as the spread of the...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Miami, Florida
A "Now Hiring" sign advertising jobs at a hand car wash is seen along a street, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Miami, Florida, U.S. May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Marco Bello
CHINA-HEALTH/SINGAPORE
RTS2ZUAC
January 28, 2020
A private hire car driver wears a mask in Singapore, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Feline Lim
Singapore, Singapore
A private hire car driver wears a mask in Singapore
A private hire car driver wears a mask in Singapore, January 28, 2020. REUTERS/Feline Lim
SAUDI-ARABIA/DAILYLIFE
RTS1TPJF
June 25, 2018
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, 43, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem but...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem, is pictured...
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, 43, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem but waiting for Saudi license to be issued by the government, is pictured inside her car at a company's office in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia June 24, 2018. Picture taken June 24, 2018. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
SAUDI-ARABIA/DAILYLIFE
RTS1TPIZ
June 25, 2018
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, 43, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem but...
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem, applies...
Enaam Gazi al-Aswad, 43, one of the first female drivers hired by the ride sharing company Careem but waiting for Saudi license to be issued by the government, applies lipstick inside her car at a company's office in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia June 24, 2018. Picture taken June 24, 2018. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-TUZ
RTX2BGCB
April 24, 2016
Kurdish gunmen look at the burning car of a Shi'ite militiaman in Tuz Khurmato, Iraq, April 24, 2016....
TUZ KHURMATO, Iraq
Kurdish gunmen look at the burning car of a Shi'ite militiaman in Tuz Khurmato
Kurdish gunmen look at the burning car of a Shi'ite militiaman in Tuz Khurmato, Iraq, April 24, 2016. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/CHILD-LABOUR
RTSCT77
March 30, 2016
Palestinian boy Mahand Salama, 13, hires out his toy car for children to enjoy a ride at the Seaport...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
The Wider Image: Child labour in Gaza
Palestinian boy Mahand Salama, 13, hires out his toy car for children to enjoy a ride at the Seaport of Gaza City March 17, 2016. Salama, whose father is unemployed, charges 1 Shekel ($0.25) per ride and earns around 25 Shekels ($6.4) per working day. He and his two brothers are the main breadwinners of their family. He hopes to be a doctor as he still goes to school. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem SEARCH "SALEM LABOUR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CU7
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CU5
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CU3
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CU1
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CTJ
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car with a decal depicting Egyptian singer Mohamed Monier at a...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car with a decal depicting Egyptian singer Mohamed Monier at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CI6
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CHV
February 28, 2016
Female employees fill the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
Female employees fill the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
Female employees fill the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-WOMEN/GAS STATION
RTS8CHU
February 28, 2016
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol...
Cairo, Egypt
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo
A female employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
UBER-LONDON/
RTX238E6
January 20, 2016
A file photograph shows a traffic jam as cars head towards the approach tunnel of Heathrow Airport, west...
London, United Kingdom
A traffic jam is seen as cars head towards the approach tunnel of Heathrow Airport, west London
A file photograph shows a traffic jam as cars head towards the approach tunnel of Heathrow Airport, west London, Britain November 26, 2015. London transport bosses decided on Wednesday not to impose a series of strict new rules on private hire cars, including those from apps like Uber, but could make such services pay a daily charge for entering the city centre. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/files
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGZ
September 08, 2015
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company walk towards their taxis before starting work at the company's office...
Cairo, Egypt
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company walk towards their taxis before starting work at the company's office...
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company walk towards their taxis before starting work at the company's office in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGX
September 08, 2015
Reem Fawzy, the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her office...
Cairo, Egypt
Reem Fawzy, the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her office...
Reem Fawzy, the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her office in Cairo, Egypt, September 2, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Fawzy. Picture taken September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGT
September 08, 2015
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo, Egypt,...
Cairo, Egypt
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGR
September 08, 2015
A man walks past a Pink Taxi at a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink...
Cairo, Egypt
A man walks past a Pink Taxi at a parking lot in Cairo
A man walks past a Pink Taxi at a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGO
September 08, 2015
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company listen to an auto mechanic at a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September...
Cairo, Egypt
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company listen to an auto mechanic at a parking lot in Cairo
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company listen to an auto mechanic at a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGM
September 08, 2015
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company make their way to their taxis before starting work at the company's...
Cairo, Egypt
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company make their way to their taxis before starting work at the company's...
Drivers of the Pink Taxi company make their way to their taxis before starting work at the company's office in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGL
September 08, 2015
Reem Fawzy (L), the director of the Pink Taxi company, stands with her drivers in a parking lot in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Reem Fawzy (L), the director of the Pink Taxi company, stands with her drivers in a parking lot in Cairo...
Reem Fawzy (L), the director of the Pink Taxi company, stands with her drivers in a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Fawzy. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGJ
September 08, 2015
Reem Fawzy (R), the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with driver Mervat al-Badry at a parking...
Cairo, Egypt
Reem Fawzy (R), the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with driver Mervat al-Badry at a parking...
Reem Fawzy (R), the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with driver Mervat al-Badry at a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Fawzy. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK TAXIS
RTX1RNGA
September 08, 2015
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, parks her taxi in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms,...
Cairo, Egypt
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, parks her taxi in Cairo
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, parks her taxi in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMSC
September 08, 2015
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in front of a taxi from the company in Cairo, Egypt, September...
Cairo, Egypt
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in front of a taxi from the company in Cairo, Egypt
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in front of a taxi from the company in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMDK
September 08, 2015
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company gather in the company's office before starting work in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company gather in the company's office before starting work in Cairo
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company gather in the company's office before starting work in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMDJ
September 08, 2015
Reem Fawzy (R), the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with her team of women drivers at her office...
Cairo, Egypt
Reem Fawzy, the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with her team of women drivers at her office...
Reem Fawzy (R), the director of the Pink Taxi company, speaks with her team of women drivers at her office in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Fawzy. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMCM
September 08, 2015
Reem Fawzy (L), the director of the Pink Taxi company stands in a parking lot with women drivers in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Reem Fawzy, the director of the Pink Taxi company stands in a parking lot with women drivers in Cairo...
Reem Fawzy (L), the director of the Pink Taxi company stands in a parking lot with women drivers in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Fawzy. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMAX
September 08, 2015
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, sits behind the wheel of her taxi as colleagues chat in a parking...
Cairo, Egypt
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, sits behind the wheel of her taxi as colleagues chat in a parking...
Mervat al-Badry, a Pink Taxi driver, sits behind the wheel of her taxi as colleagues chat in a parking lot in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-PINK-TAXIS/
RTX1RMAS
September 08, 2015
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo...
Female drivers of the Pink Taxi company stand in a parking lot, as a regular taxi drives past in Cairo, Egypt, September 6, 2015. Pink uniforms, a pink logo on the cars, and even pink nail polish - it's all part of the look of women-drivers working for Egypt's first women-only taxi service. The Pink Taxi company hires only women drivers and gives rides to only female passengers. The company was started in an effort to provide a safe taxi service for women in a country with high rates of sexual harassment, said Reem Fawzy, the director of the company. Picture taken September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
RYANAIR-CARHIRE/
RTX1PL6R
August 25, 2015
Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, dressed as Robin, poses in a Batmobile in London, Britain August...
London, United Kingdom
Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, dressed as Robin, poses in a Batmobile in London
Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, dressed as Robin, poses in a Batmobile in London, Britain August 25, 2015. Low-cost airline Ryanair launched a car hire partnership with online brokerage CarTrawler on Tuesday, replacing a long-running deal with Hertz as part of its plan to take on online travel companies. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
RYANAIR-CARHIRE/
RTX1PL6Q
August 25, 2015
CarTrawler Chief Executive Mike McGearty (L) and Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, pose dressed...
London, United Kingdom
CarTrawler Chief Executive Mike McGearty and Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary pose dressed as...
CarTrawler Chief Executive Mike McGearty (L) and Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, pose dressed as Batman and Robin in London, Britain August 25, 2015. Low-cost airline Ryanair launched a car hire partnership with online brokerage CarTrawler on Tuesday, replacing a long-running deal with Hertz as part of its plan to take on online travel companies. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
USA-SHOOTING/TENNESSEE
RTX1N83J
August 05, 2015
Emergency vehicles and personnel fill the parking lot outside of a Nashville-area theater where a gunman...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Emergency vehicles and personnel fill the parking lot outside of a Nashville-area theater where a gunman...
Emergency vehicles and personnel fill the parking lot outside of a Nashville-area theater where a gunman wearing a surgical mask opened fire at a showing of the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" in Nashville, Tennessee August 5, 2015. The gunman was fatally shot by police and three people in the theater suffered minor injuries after the suspect sprayed a substance thought to be pepper spray. REUTERS/Tim Ghianni
GM-RECALL/LAWYER
RTR3JJPM
April 01, 2014
A General Motors 2014 Chevrolet Impala (L) and Spark car (R) are displayed in front of a Chevrolet dealership...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
A General Motors 2014 Chevrolet Impala and Spark car are displayed in front of a Chevrolet dealership...
A General Motors 2014 Chevrolet Impala (L) and Spark car (R) are displayed in front of a Chevrolet dealership on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan April 1, 2014. General Motors Co said on Tuesday it has hired Kenneth Feinberg, a lawyer widely known for administering funds to compensate victims of high-profile disasters and accidents, to help assess its options for dealing with victims harmed by recalled vehicles. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KY
July 29, 2013
Penn State University students watch as their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Penn State University students watch as their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu as it is driven...
Penn State University students watch as their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors as it is driven on a testing track during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KX
July 29, 2013
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors...
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors is driven on a testing track during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KW
July 29, 2013
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu sits on a testing track at the General...
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors sits on a testing track during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KV
July 29, 2013
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors...
Penn State University's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors is driven on a testing track during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KU
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KT
July 29, 2013
A student engineer from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University holds the front end of a eco-friendly re-engineered...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
A student engineer from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University holds the front end of a eco-friendly re-engineered...
A student engineer from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University holds the front end of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KS
July 29, 2013
A student engineer from the University of Waterloo talks with another student as they work on their eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
A student engineer from the University of Waterloo talks with another student as they work on their eco-friendly...
A student engineer from the University of Waterloo talks with another student as they work on their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KR
July 29, 2013
A student engineer from the Mississippi State University takes a rest from working on the university's...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
A student engineer from the Mississippi State University takes a rest from working on the university's...
A student engineer from the Mississippi State University takes a rest from working on the university's eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KP
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from the Mississippi State University watch as Dan Bocci (3rd L) tests the safety system...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from the Mississippi State University watch as Bocci tests the safety system of their...
Student engineers from the Mississippi State University watch as Dan Bocci (3rd L) tests the safety system of their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KO
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from the University of Victoria are seen at their work station during the EcoCAR 2...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from the University of Victoria are seen at their work station during the EcoCAR 2...
Student engineers from the University of Victoria are seen at their work station during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KN
July 29, 2013
Eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu cars belonging to California State University Los Angeles...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu cars sit on a lift during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General...
Eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu cars belonging to California State University Los Angeles Chevrolet (L) and Virginia Tech sit on a lift during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KM
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from California State University Los Angeles stand by their eco-friendly re-engineered...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from California State University Los Angeles stand by their eco-friendly re-engineered...
Student engineers from California State University Los Angeles stand by their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KL
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu at the...
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors to another location during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KH
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu at the...
Student engineers from Purdue University push their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors to another location during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KG
July 29, 2013
The garage area where student engineers from 15 different North American Universities work on their eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
The garage area where student engineers from 15 different North American Universities work on their eco-friendly...
The garage area where student engineers from 15 different North American Universities work on their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground is pictured in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KE
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Student engineers from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University work around the engine of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KD
July 29, 2013
Student engineers from Purdue University work on their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
Student engineers from Purdue University work on their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that...
Student engineers from Purdue University work on their eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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RTX123KC
July 29, 2013
A student engineer (L) from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University works around the engine of a eco-friendly...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
A student engineer works around the engine of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu in Yuma
A student engineer (L) from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University works around the engine of a eco-friendly re-engineered Chevrolet Malibu that was donated by General Motors during the EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
AUTOS-ENGINEERS/
RTX123KB
July 29, 2013
The 15 North American universities participating in General Motors EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors...
Yuma, UNITED STATES
The 15 North American universities participating in General Motors EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors...
The 15 North American universities participating in General Motors EcoCAR 2 event at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground is displayed on a marker board in Yuma, Arizona May 15, 2013. This spring, fifteen teams from U.S. and Canadian universities gathered in a large workshop next to a desert Army base in Yuma, Arizona as part of the EcoCar 2 engineering competition. The event, sponsored partly by GM and the U.S. Department of Energy, calls on contestants to modify a Chevrolet Malibu sedan to make it more fuel-efficient. U.S. automakers have embarked on an ambitious drive to hire engineers, but the demand for software "codaholics" to build the next-generation of cars has pitted Detroit against its technology partners in Silicon Valley. Picture taken May 15, 2013. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT EDUCATION BUSINESS)
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The Ride of Their Lives - 19 Jul 2013
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July 19, 2013
Morpeth School students poses for a group photograph between two cars hired for a "supercar" parade,...
London, United Kingdom
Morpeth School students poses for a group photograph between two cars hired for a "supercar" parade,...
Morpeth School students poses for a group photograph between two cars hired for a "supercar" parade, at a retail park in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RM9
July 19, 2013
Samad Ahmed, 16, leans out of a Maybach hired for a "supercar" parade at Morpeth School graduation day,...
London, United Kingdom
Samad Ahmed leans out of a Maybach hired for a "supercar" parade at Morpeth School graduation day, in...
Samad Ahmed, 16, leans out of a Maybach hired for a "supercar" parade at Morpeth School graduation day, in a retail park in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RM8
July 19, 2013
Tanvir Shahriyar, 16, looks out from his Ferrari, hired for a "supercar" parade on graduation day at...
London, United Kingdom
Tanvir Shahriyar looks out from his Ferrari, hired for a "supercar" parade, on graduation day at Morpeth...
Tanvir Shahriyar, 16, looks out from his Ferrari, hired for a "supercar" parade on graduation day at Morpeth School, as it passes Whitechapel market in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RM6
July 19, 2013
Rayy Miah sits in the car he hired with his friends for a parade of "supercars" at Swanlea School graduation...
London, United Kingdom
Rayy Miah sits in the car he hired with his friends for a parade of "supercars" at Swanlea School graduation...
Rayy Miah sits in the car he hired with his friends for a parade of "supercars" at Swanlea School graduation day in Tower Hamlets, east London July 2, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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