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SOCCER-WORLDCUP/USA-FANS
RTSDHOTY 
November 24, 2022 
Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving... 
Doha, Qatar 
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving 
Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving - W Hotel, Doha, Qatar - November 24, 2022 General view as a person uses a card reader on Thanksgiving as bottles of Budweiser are pictured on a bar REUTERS/Annegret Hilse 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/USA-FANS
RTSDHOS1 
November 24, 2022 
Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving... 
Doha, Qatar 
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving 
Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - United States fans watch Brazil v Serbia on Thanksgiving - W Hotel, Doha, Qatar - November 24, 2022 General view as a person uses a card reader on Thanksgiving as bottles of Budweiser are pictured on a bar REUTERS/Annegret Hilse 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DENMARK
RTXBOGL0 
April 21, 2021 
Hand sanitiser sits next to the card reader in Kaffesalonen (The Coffee Saloon), as coronavirus disease... 
Copenhagen, Denmark 
Easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Copenhagen 
Hand sanitiser sits next to the card reader in Kaffesalonen (The Coffee Saloon), as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions ease, in central Copenhagen, Denmark, April 21, 2021. REUTERS/Tim Barsoe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-CASHLESS
RTX80X0X 
October 08, 2020 
A credit card reader is seen on a shop counter in the "Torerias, Made in Spain" souvenir shop, amid the... 
RONDA, Spain 
A credit card reader is seen on a shop counter in the "Torerias, Made in Spain" souvenir shop, amid the... 
A credit card reader is seen on a shop counter in the "Torerias, Made in Spain" souvenir shop, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Ronda, southern Spain October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Jon Nazca REFILE - CORRECTING SHOP NAME 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-CASHLESS
RTX80WYZ 
October 08, 2020 
New credit card readers to distribute in stores are pictured on a street, amid the coronavirus disease... 
RONDA, Spain 
New credit card readers to distribute in stores are pictured on a street, amid the coronavirus disease... 
New credit card readers to distribute in stores are pictured on a street, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Ronda, southern Spain October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-CASHLESS
RTX80WYA 
October 08, 2020 
A technician shows new credit card readers to distribute in stores, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
RONDA, Spain 
A technician shows new credit card readers to distribute in stores, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
A technician shows new credit card readers to distribute in stores, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Ronda, southern Spain October 8, 2020. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7ECGO 
April 19, 2020 
Lynn Swanson of Glendale Shepherd is pictured with a credit card reader attached to a pole so customers... 
Seattle, UNITED STATES 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Seattle, Washington 
Lynn Swanson of Glendale Shepherd is pictured with a credit card reader attached to a pole so customers can pay from a distance at the Ballard Farmers' Market which reopened Sunday with new safety measures as efforts continue to help slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Seattle, Washington, U.S. April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Redmond 
GLOBAL-CASHLESS/
RTS2GD57 
April 04, 2019 
Bank card readers for payment via a cell phone application are pictured in this picture illustration... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Picture illustration of bank card readers for payment via a cell phone application 
Bank card readers for payment via a cell phone application are pictured in this picture illustration taken April 4, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-CASHLESS/
RTS2GD28 
April 04, 2019 
An application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader is pictured in this... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
An application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader is pictured in this... 
An application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader is pictured in this picture illustration in Mexico City, Mexico, April 4, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-CASHLESS/
RTS2GD26 
April 04, 2019 
A taxi driver shows an application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A taxi driver shows an application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader... 
A taxi driver shows an application to pay for taxi service using a cell phone through a bank card reader in Mexico City, Mexico, April 4, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-PRIVACY/
RTX66VOR 
May 30, 2018 
A biometric access control panel is seen at the Chilean congress in Valparaiso, Chile May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Rodrigo... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
A biometric access control panel is seen at the Chilean congress in Valparaiso 
A biometric access control panel is seen at the Chilean congress in Valparaiso, Chile May 30, 2018. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido 
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSD 
January 25, 2016 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo lights candles before the start of a reader service... 
Hobart, UNITED STATES 
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo lights candles before the start of a reader service at Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church where he is a Cantor in Hobart, Indiana, United States, December 6, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES 
NIGERIA-ELECTION/
RTR4V8TH 
March 28, 2015 
Officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission trouble shoot card readers after they failed... 
BAYELSA, Nigeria 
Officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission trouble shoot card readers after they failed... 
Officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission trouble shoot card readers after they failed to capture President Goodluck Jonathan's card at his polling unit in Otuoke, Bayelsa State March 28, 2015. Nigerians went to the polls on Saturday in what looks set to be the first genuine electoral contest since the end of military rule in 1999, in which an opposition candidate has a fighting chance of unseating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
NIGERIA-ELECTION/
RTR4V8SX 
March 28, 2015 
A card reader displays a thumb print of a voter as an electoral officer scans the thumb print of a voter... 
Daura, Nigeria 
A card reader displays a thumb print of a voter as an electoral officer scans the thumb print of a voter... 
A card reader displays a thumb print of a voter as an electoral officer scans the thumb print of a voter at a polling unit at the start of general elections in Daura, northwest Nigeria, March 28, 2015. Nigerians went to the polls on Saturday in what looks set to be the first genuine electoral contest since the end of military rule in 1999, in which an opposition candidate has a fighting chance of unseating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPIS 
February 25, 2014 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing while other wait in line for subsidised... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing in Port Said 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing while other wait in line for subsidised bread in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPIE 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in the Suez Canal city of... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPI7 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in the Suez Canal city... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA-ECONOMY
RTX131AM 
August 30, 2013 
An Indonesian girl seeking a job (R-seated) reacts as a Tarot card reader named Uga (L) gives advice... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
An Indonesian girl seeking job reacts as a Tarot card reader named Uga gives advice at Kompas Karier... 
An Indonesian girl seeking a job (R-seated) reacts as a Tarot card reader named Uga (L) gives advice at Kompas Karier Fair in Jakarta August 30, 2013. Indonesia's finance minister said month-on-month inflation in August would ease to 1.27 percent from the 3.29 percent rate in July following a big hike in fuel prices. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3ENEY 
March 06, 2013 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and... 
Berlin, Germany 
Person demonstrates Chip and Pin mobile card payment service using smartphone and bluetooth chip card... 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and Pin mobile card payment service using a smartphone and a bluetooth chip card reader at the company's office in Berlin March 6, 2013. PayPal launched a European version of its PayPal Here mobile payments service for small merchants on February 21 as the online payments division of eBay Inc steps up competition with rivals, including Square Inc. PayPal unveiled a new device, about the size of a smartphone, that allows small merchants to accept credit and debit cards under a more-stringent and complex system in Europe known as Chip and PIN. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3ENER 
March 06, 2013 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and... 
Berlin, Germany 
Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and Pin mobile... 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and Pin mobile card payment service using a smartphone and a bluetooth chip card reader at the company's office in Berlin March 6, 2013. PayPal launched a European version of its PayPal Here mobile payments service for small merchants on February 21 as the online payments division of eBay Inc steps up competition with rivals, including Square Inc. PayPal unveiled a new device, about the size of a smartphone, that allows small merchants to accept credit and debit cards under a more-stringent and complex system in Europe known as Chip and PIN. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3ENEH 
March 06, 2013 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and... 
Berlin, Germany 
Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and Pin mobile... 
Konstantin Wolff, co-founder of the Payleven mobile payment service provider, demonstrates the Chip and Pin mobile card payment service using a smartphone and a bluetooth chip card reader at the company's office in Berlin March 6, 2013. PayPal launched a European version of its PayPal Here mobile payments service for small merchants on February 21 as the online payments division of eBay Inc steps up competition with rivals, including Square Inc. PayPal unveiled a new device, about the size of a smartphone, that allows small merchants to accept credit and debit cards under a more-stringent and complex system in Europe known as Chip and PIN. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3BPM2 
December 18, 2012 
A woman uses a contactless credit card system for a payment in a local fish market in Palma de Mallorca... 
Palma De Mallorca, Spain 
A woman uses a contactless credit card system for a payment in a local fish market in Palma de Mallorca... 
A woman uses a contactless credit card system for a payment in a local fish market in Palma de Mallorca on the Spanish Balearic island in Mallorca December 18, 2012. The system is implemented in many stores and businesses as a swift way to make payment by scanning the card over a reader without needing a PIN or signature. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
MYANMAR-OVERLOAD/
RTR345PW 
June 26, 2012 
Technicians unpack new credit card readers at Myanmar's central bank branch in Yangon May 25, 2012. As... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Technicians unpack new credit card readers at Myanmar's central bank branch in Yangon 
Technicians unpack new credit card readers at Myanmar's central bank branch in Yangon May 25, 2012. As Myanmar opens up after almost 50 years of army rule, and foreign investors descend on the resource-rich country of 60 million, its long-isolated institutions are struggling to keep up, raising the risk of a policy misstep that could wreck stability in this nascent democracy. To match Special Report MYANMAR-OVERLOAD/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTXTVX0 
October 27, 2010 
A man poses for photographer as he enters a PIN code for a new German ID card (Personalausweis) inserted... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man poses for photographer as he enters a PIN code for a new German ID card (Personalausweis) inserted... 
A man poses for photographer as he enters a PIN code for a new German ID card (Personalausweis) inserted into a card reader, in Berlin, October 27, 2010. The card can be ordered from November 1 and offers a new so-called elD (electronic Identity). REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTXTVWT 
October 27, 2010 
A man places a new German ID card (Personalausweis) into a card reader as he poses for the photographer... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man places a new German ID card into a card reader as he poses for the photographer in Berlin 
A man places a new German ID card (Personalausweis) into a card reader as he poses for the photographer in Berlin, October 27, 2010. The card can be ordered from November 1 and offers a new so-called elD (electronic Identity). REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTXTVWP 
October 27, 2010 
A man places a new German ID card (Personalausweis) into a card reader as he poses for the photographer... 
Berlin, Germany 
A man places a new German ID card into a card reader as he poses for the photographer in Berlin 
A man places a new German ID card (Personalausweis) into a card reader as he poses for the photographer in Berlin, October 27, 2010. The card can be ordered from November 1 and offers a new so-called elD (electronic Identity). REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTR2FAC9 
June 17, 2010 
A man puts a new German ID card into a card reader in Berlin, June 17, 2010. The card can be ordered... 
Berlin, Germany 
Man puts a new German ID card into card reader in Berlin 
A man puts a new German ID card into a card reader in Berlin, June 17, 2010. The card can be ordered from November 1 and offers a new so-called elD (electronic identity) feature. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
JAPAN
RTRORQ5 
September 20, 2005 
A model shows Vodafone KK's new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded with... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Model shows off Vodafone KK's new handsets 703SHf in Tokyo. 
A model shows Vodafone KK's new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded with a Mobile FeliCa smartcard, over a card reader, demonstrating how the handset can be used at a reader-equipped cash register to make payments, during an unveiling in Tokyo September 20, 2005. The new phone can be used as an electronic wallet at several locations for transportation and electric money, and will go on sale in Japan in early November, the company said. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TC 
JAPAN
RTRORPA 
September 20, 2005 
Vodafone KK's promoter demonstrates new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Vodafone KK' promoters demonstrates new handsets 703SHf in Tokyo. 
Vodafone KK's promoter demonstrates new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded with a Mobile FeliCa smartcard, over a card reader, demonstrating how the handset can be used at a reader-equipped game machine to make payments, during an unveiling in Tokyo September 20, 2005. The new phone can be used as an electronic wallet at several locations such as for transportation and electric money, and will go on sale in Japan in early November, the company said. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TC 
JAPAN
RTROROV 
September 20, 2005 
A model holds a Vodafone KK's new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Model shows off Vodafone KK's new handsets 703SHf in Tokyo. 
A model holds a Vodafone KK's new 3G handsets 703SHf, the company's first model mobile phone embedded with a Mobile FeliCa smartcard, over a card reader as she demonstrates how the handset can be used at a reader-equipped cash register to make payments, during an unveiling event in Tokyo September 20, 2005. The new phone can be used as an electronic wallet at several locations such as for transportation and electric money, and will go on sale in Japan in early November, the company said. REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05090244 IK/TC 
CRIME JAPAN CARDS
RTRNX5E 
February 19, 2005 
An employee swipes a customer's credit card through the card reader at a restaurant in Tokyo February... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To accompany feature Crime-Japan-Card. 
An employee swipes a customer's credit card through the card reader at a restaurant in Tokyo February 19, 2005. Dismay at being targeted by cash card fraudsters quickly turns to despair for Japanese victims, who can face instant financial ruin. Picture taken February 19, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CRIME-JAPAN-CARDS BANKG CPROD REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/FA/NL 
SONY
RTXMO81 
June 16, 2004 
A woman passes NTT DoCoMo's new handset, equipped with Sony Corp's Felica smart card, over a reader to... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A woman passes NTT DoCoMo's new handset, equipped with Sony Corp's Felica smart card, over a reader ..... 
A woman passes NTT DoCoMo's new handset, equipped with Sony Corp's Felica smart card, over a reader to demonstrate how the handset can be used as an electronic ticket at movie theatres during an unveiling in Tokyo June 16, 2004. [The new phone can be used as an electronic wallet at 9,000 locations including McDonald's restaurants, hotels, convenience stores and department stores, the company said.] 
TELECOMS JAPAN DOCOMO
RTR4HO2 
June 16, 2004 
A woman passes NTT DoCoMo's new handset, equipped with Sony Corp's Felica smart card, over a reader to... 
Japan 
WOMAN DEMONSTRATES NTT DOCOMO'S NEW HANDSET EQUIPPED WITH FELICA SMART CARD IN TOKYO. 
A woman passes NTT DoCoMo's new handset, equipped with Sony Corp's Felica smart card, over a reader to demonstrate how the handset can be used as an electronic ticket at movie theatres during an unveiling in Tokyo June 16, 2004. The new phone can be used as an electronic wallet at 9,000 locations including McDonald's restaurants, hotels, convenience stores and department stores, the company said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CP 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTT 
January 08, 2004 
A Filipino fortune teller shuffles her card in front of customers in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos... 
Manila, Philippines 
A Filipino fortune teller shuffles her card in front of customers in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Fi..... 
A Filipino fortune teller shuffles her card in front of customers in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTS 
January 08, 2004 
A woman takes a lunch break from brisk business as customers swamped a row of fortune teller stalls outside... 
Manila, Philippines 
A woman takes a lunch break from brisk business as customers swamped a row of fortune teller stalls ..... 
A woman takes a lunch break from brisk business as customers swamped a row of fortune teller stalls outside a Roman Catholic church in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTQ 
January 08, 2004 
A boy waits with his grandmother for customers at a row of fortune teller stalls outside Manila's famous... 
Manila, Philippines 
A boy waits with his grandmother for customers at a row of fortune teller stalls outside Manila's fa..... 
A boy waits with his grandmother for customers at a row of fortune teller stalls outside Manila's famous Roman Catholic church January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTE 
January 08, 2004 
A fortune teller reads the palm of a customer during a session outside a Roman Catholic church in Manila... 
Manila, Philippines 
A fortune teller reads the palm of a customer during a session outside a Roman Catholic church in Ma..... 
A fortune teller reads the palm of a customer during a session outside a Roman Catholic church in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTD 
January 08, 2004 
A customer listens to a fortune teller during session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult... 
Manila, Philippines 
A customer listens to a fortune teller during session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos cons..... 
A customer listens to a fortune teller during session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
PHILIPPINES
RTXMDTC 
January 08, 2004 
A Filipino fortune teller lights a candle at the start of a fortune telling session in Manila January... 
Manila, Philippines 
A Filipino fortune teller lights a candle at the start of a fortune telling session in Manila Januar..... 
A Filipino fortune teller lights a candle at the start of a fortune telling session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. 
EDC
RTR9TII 
January 08, 2004 
A WOMAN TAKES A LUNCH BREAK FROM BRISK BUSINESS AS CUSTOMERS SWAMPED A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER STALLS OUTSIDE... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A WOMAN TAKES A LUNCH BREAK FROM BRISK BUSINESS AS CUSTOMERS SWAMPED A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER ... 
A WOMAN TAKES A LUNCH BREAK FROM BRISK BUSINESS AS CUSTOMERS SWAMPED A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER STALLS OUTSIDE A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUCH IN MANILA. A woman takes a lunch break from brisk business as customers swamped a row of fortune teller stalls outside a Roman Catholic chuch in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro 
PHILIPPINES
RTR9TIB 
January 08, 2004 
A customer listens to a fortune teller during session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A CUSTOMER LISTENS TO A FORTUNE TELLER DURING SESSION IN MANILA. 
A customer listens to a fortune teller during session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC 
PHILIPPINES
RTR9TH5 
January 08, 2004 
A Filipino fortune teller shuffles her card in front of customers in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A FILIPINO FORTUNE TELLER SHUFFLES HER CARD IN FRONT OF CUSTOMERS IN MANILA. 
A Filipino fortune teller shuffles her card in front of customers in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC 
EDC
RTR9TGF 
January 08, 2004 
A BOY WAITS WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER FOR CUSTOMERS AT A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER STALLS OUTSIDE MANILA'S FAMOUS... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A BOY WAITS WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER FOR CUSTOMERS AT A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER STALLS OUTSIDE ... 
A BOY WAITS WITH HIS GRANDMOTHER FOR CUSTOMERS AT A ROW OF FORTUNE TELLER STALLS OUTSIDE MANILA'S FAMOUS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. A boy waits with his grandmother for customers at a row of fortune teller stalls outside Manila's famous Roman Catholic church January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro 
PHILIPPINES
RTR9TG9 
January 08, 2004 
A Filipino fortune teller lights a candle at the start of a fortune telling session in Manila January... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A FILIPINO FORTUNE TELLER LIGHTS A CANDLE AT THE START OF A FORTUNE TELLING SESSION IN MANILA. 
A Filipino fortune teller lights a candle at the start of a fortune telling session in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC 
EDC
RTR9TG2 
January 08, 2004 
A FORTUNE TELLER READS THE LINES OF A CUSTOMER'S HAND DURING A SESSION OUTSIDE A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH... 
Manila, Philippines - Republic of 
A FORTUNE TELLER READS THE LINES OF A CUSTOMER'S HAND DURING A SESSION OUTSIDE A ROMAN CATHOLIC ... 
A FORTUNE TELLER READS THE LINES OF A CUSTOMER'S HAND DURING A SESSION OUTSIDE A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN MANILA. A fortune teller reads the palm of a customer during a session outside a Roman Catholic church in Manila January 8, 2004. Many Filipinos consult card and palm readers at the start of the new year to see if the stars favour their lovelife, business and even the political future of the country. REUTERS/Erik de Castro 
USA ANTHRAX US POST OFFICE
RTR6H22 
November 07, 2003 
A woman walks by a taped up card reader and a hand-written sign mark
the locked door of the U.S. Post... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
SILVER SPRING POST OFFICE CLOSED DUE TO SUSPECTED ANTHRAX. 
A woman walks by a taped up card reader and a hand-written sign mark
the locked door of the U.S. Post Office in Silver Spring, Maryland,
November 7, 2003. The U.S. Postal Service shut down 11 postal
facilities in the Washington area late on Thursday after preliminary
tests indicated possible anthrax at a U.S. Navy mail handling center,
officials said. Sign reads: "Due to security reason's this office will
be closed until further notice." REUTERS/Mannie Garcia

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MEXICO ESOTERISM
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October 13, 2002 
A tarot card reader Alim Noemi (L), reads a card predicting the future
of a man in Mexico City, October... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
TAROT CARD READER ALIM IN MEXICO. 
A tarot card reader Alim Noemi (L), reads a card predicting the future
of a man in Mexico City, October 13, 2002. Hundreds of believers in
esoterism participated in a reunion of wizards and esoterics.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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FEATURE
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October 04, 1999 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC - INDIA-ELECTION-FORTUNE - Tarot-card reader Ma Prem Usha shows a card depicting... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
TAROT CARD READER MA PREM USHA SHOWS A CARD IN NEW DELHI. 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC - INDIA-ELECTION-FORTUNE - Tarot-card reader Ma Prem Usha shows a card depicting the political fortunes of Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance in New Delhi. With three general elections in three years, astrologers, fortune tellers and star gazers have been doing brisk business, staring into crystal balls, pouring over palms and making steller calculations for a mystic preview of various politicians. Picture taken 15SEP99.

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February 08, 1998 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY - BC-INDIA-SOOTHSAYERS - Ma Prem Usha, a tarot-card reader in a New Delhi hotel... 
India 
MA PREM USHA READS A TAROT CARD IN NEW DELHI 
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY - BC-INDIA-SOOTHSAYERS - Ma Prem Usha, a tarot-card reader in a New Delhi hotel room, reads a card predicting the outcome of India's forthcoming general elections. With just days to go before spring elections in the world's biggest democracy, it's boom time for India's soothsayers, fortune tellers, astrologers and crystal-ball gazers. Indian soothsayers predict that Atal Behari Vajpayee will be the prime minister of a coalition led by the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party. Indian general elections are scheduled to be held between February 16 and March 7.

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