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EL SALVADOR-CRIME/
RTS5DY1H 
February 11, 2022 
Inmates work in a carpentry workshop after a fire broke out in a tailor shop inside La Esperanza prison,... 
Ayutuxtepeque, El Salvador 
Inmates work in a carpentry workshop after a fire in a tailor shop inside La Esperanza prison, in Ayutuxtepeque... 
Inmates work in a carpentry workshop after a fire broke out in a tailor shop inside La Esperanza prison, in Ayutuxtepeque, El Salvador February 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/RAMADAN-IRAQ
RTX7HCI5 
May 05, 2020 
Workers are seen at a carpentry warehouse after the government eased a curfew, following the outbreak... 
Najaf, Iraq 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Najaf 
Workers are seen at a carpentry warehouse after the government eased a curfew, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), during the holy month of Ramadan in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq, May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Marjani 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMT 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMS 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMR 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMI 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMK 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY
RTX7FYMH 
April 27, 2020 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)... 
Rome, Italy 
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 
A carpenter wearing protective gear sanitises his carpentry, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Rome, Italy, April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
USA-SLAVERY/BUILDINGS
RTS2OHYS 
August 30, 2019 
Chains are seen near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., August 16, 2019. One of the most iconic symbols... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: 'Built by my family': America's grand buildings built by slaves 
Chains are seen near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., August 16, 2019. One of the most iconic symbols of American democracy, the U.S. Capitol, was built using enslaved labor who were involved in all aspects of construction, including carpentry, masonry, plastering, glazing and painting. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "SLAVERY BUILDINGS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-SLAVERY/BUILDINGS
RTS2OHYI 
August 30, 2019 
A relief knows as "Preservation of Captain Smith by Pocahontas, 1606" is seen above a rotunda door in... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: 'Built by my family': America's grand buildings built by slaves 
A relief knows as "Preservation of Captain Smith by Pocahontas, 1606" is seen above a rotunda door in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., August 16, 2019. One of the most iconic symbols of American democracy, the U.S. Capitol, was built using enslaved labor who were involved in all aspects of construction, including carpentry, masonry, plastering, glazing and painting. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "SLAVERY BUILDINGS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-SLAVERY/BUILDINGS
RTS2OHYG 
August 30, 2019 
Wild grass is seen at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., August 16, 2019. One of the most iconic symbols... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: 'Built by my family': America's grand buildings built by slaves 
Wild grass is seen at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., August 16, 2019. One of the most iconic symbols of American democracy, the U.S. Capitol, was built using enslaved labor who were involved in all aspects of construction, including carpentry, masonry, plastering, glazing and painting. REUTERS/Carlos Barria SEARCH "SLAVERY BUILDINGS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
EL SALVADOR-VIOLENCE/
RTS1YNL7 
August 24, 2018 
Former members of the Barrio 18 gang work in a carpentry workshop after a ceremony where the Salvadoran... 
San Francisco Gotera, El Salvador 
Former members of the Barrio 18 gang work in a carpentry workshop after a ceremony where the Salvadoran... 
Former members of the Barrio 18 gang work in a carpentry workshop after a ceremony where the Salvadoran government accepted their official retirement from the gang, in San Francisco Gotera, El Salvador, August 24, 2018. The sign reads "iPower in the name of Jesus Christ". REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/PERU
RTX68WUI 
June 13, 2018 
Edgar Champi (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays soccer at a makeshift soccer field,... 
Lima, Peru 
The Wider Image: In Peru, a soccer field unites shantytown community 
Edgar Champi (L), a resident of Nueva Union shantytown who plays soccer at a makeshift soccer field, works at his carpentry workshop in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, May 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo SEARCH "NUEVA SOCCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
VENEZUELA-CRISIS/BRAZIL
RTS1PV3E 
May 04, 2018 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square... 
Boa Vista, Brazil 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square... 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square in Boa Vista, Brazil May 3, 2018. Picture taken May 3, 2018. The placard reads "Looking for work, carpentry, painting, farming and general services." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
VENEZUELA-CRISIS/BRAZIL
RTS1PV34 
May 04, 2018 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square... 
Boa Vista, Brazil 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square... 
A Venezuelan migrant carries a placard to apply for a job near a makeshift camp at Simon Bolivar square in Boa Vista, Brazil May 3, 2018. Picture taken May 3, 2018. The placard reads "Looking for work, carpentry, painting, farming and general services." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
EL SALVADOR-VIOLENCE/
RTX5T8LC 
April 19, 2018 
Former members of the Barrio 18 gang take part in a carpentry workshop at the Torre Fuerte (Strong Tower)... 
San Francisco Gotera, El Salvador 
The Wider Image: Wolves to lambs: finding God behind bars in El Salvador 
Former members of the Barrio 18 gang take part in a carpentry workshop at the Torre Fuerte (Strong Tower) church inside the San Francisco Gotera prison, in San Francisco Gotera, El Salvador, March 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas SEARCH "CABEZAS GOD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NORTHKOREA-CHINA/BORDER-DEFECTORS
RTX5N7E6 
April 12, 2018 
Wooden crutches made by Ji Sung-ho are seen in Seoul, South Korea, August 13, 2017. Sung-ho is from Hoeryong,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Wider Image: Escape from North Korea 
Wooden crutches made by Ji Sung-ho are seen in Seoul, South Korea, August 13, 2017. Sung-ho is from Hoeryong, near the border with China. He left North Korea in 2006 with a pair of wooden crutches. "I lived as a child beggar in North Korea. I was stealing coals from a train when I fell off and lost my leg and my hand. I had to bring the crutches with me. If I didn't have them, I wouldn't have made it here. The state doesn't help you in North Korea, and people who need crutches make their own. Mine are therefore not factory-made, so they're not perfect and break easily. I had several pairs of crutches but they all broke, and this was the last pair. I used these crutches for 10 years, until I was 25, when I arrived in South Korea. I would steal coal from moving trains and fall off, destroying my crutches. Or I would get beaten up by the police and they'd take and then break my crutches. When they broke, I would make new ones. When I had new ones, I could go back outside. When I first arrived in South Korea I thought about throwing them out. South Korea's intelligence agency gave me a prosthetic leg. My friends said I should throw the crutches out and not think about North Korea. They said I should show Kim Jong Il I was living a new life in South Korea and throw out everything I had from the North. Some asked if I got upset when I saw my crutches. But I couldn't just throw them out. To make my crutches, my friends had given me some wood that they had bought, and someone I knew in North Korea who had carpentry skills had made them. It was my father who added the final touches. There is a lot of love from my North Korean friends and family in these crutches. So I didn't throw them out. The South Korean government gave me some new crutches because the wood from my North Korean ones is hard and painful. But I still keep them, so as not to forget those memories." REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji SEARCH "DEFECTORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NORTHKOREA-CHINA/BORDER-DEFECTORS
RTX5N7DI 
April 12, 2018 
Ji Sung-ho, 35, poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, August 13, 2017. Sung-ho is from Hoeryong,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Wider Image: Escape from North Korea 
Ji Sung-ho, 35, poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, August 13, 2017. Sung-ho is from Hoeryong, near the border with China. He left North Korea in 2006 with a pair of wooden crutches. "I lived as a child beggar in North Korea. I was stealing coals from a train when I fell off and lost my leg and my hand. I had to bring the crutches with me. If I didn't have them, I wouldn't have made it here. The state doesn't help you in North Korea, and people who need crutches make their own. Mine are therefore not factory-made, so they're not perfect and break easily. I had several pairs of crutches but they all broke, and this was the last pair. I used these crutches for 10 years, until I was 25, when I arrived in South Korea. I would steal coal from moving trains and fall off, destroying my crutches. Or I would get beaten up by the police and they'd take and then break my crutches. When they broke, I would make new ones. When I had new ones, I could go back outside. When I first arrived in South Korea I thought about throwing them out. South Korea's intelligence agency gave me a prosthetic leg. My friends said I should throw the crutches out and not think about North Korea. They said I should show Kim Jong Il I was living a new life in South Korea and throw out everything I had from the North. Some asked if I got upset when I saw my crutches. But I couldn't just throw them out. To make my crutches, my friends had given me some wood that they had bought, and someone I knew in North Korea who had carpentry skills had made them. It was my father who added the final touches. There is a lot of love from my North Korean friends and family in these crutches. So I didn't throw them out. The South Korean government gave me some new crutches because the wood from my North Korean ones is hard and painful. But I still keep them, so as not to forget those memories." REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji SEARCH "DEFECTORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NORTHKOREA-CHINA/BORDER-DEFECTORS
RTX5N7D8 
April 12, 2018 
A combination picture shows Ji Sung-ho, 35, (top) and his wooden crutches, in Seoul, South Korea, August... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Wider Image: Escape from North Korea 
A combination picture shows Ji Sung-ho, 35, (top) and his wooden crutches, in Seoul, South Korea, August 13, 2017. Sung-ho is from Hoeryong, near the border with China. He left North Korea in 2006 with a pair of wooden crutches. "I lived as a child beggar in North Korea. I was stealing coals from a train when I fell off and lost my leg and my hand. I had to bring the crutches with me. If I didn't have them, I wouldn't have made it here. The state doesn't help you in North Korea, and people who need crutches make their own. Mine are therefore not factory-made, so they're not perfect and break easily. I had several pairs of crutches but they all broke, and this was the last pair. I used these crutches for 10 years, until I was 25, when I arrived in South Korea. I would steal coal from moving trains and fall off, destroying my crutches. Or I would get beaten up by the police and they'd take and then break my crutches. When they broke, I would make new ones. When I had new ones, I could go back outside. When I first arrived in South Korea I thought about throwing them out. South Korea's intelligence agency gave me a prosthetic leg. My friends said I should throw the crutches out and not think about North Korea. They said I should show Kim Jong Il I was living a new life in South Korea and throw out everything I had from the North. Some asked if I got upset when I saw my crutches. But I couldn't just throw them out. To make my crutches, my friends had given me some wood that they had bought, and someone I knew in North Korea who had carpentry skills had made them. It was my father who added the final touches. There is a lot of love from my North Korean friends and family in these crutches. So I didn't throw them out. The South Korean government gave me some new crutches because the wood from my North Korean ones is hard and painful. But I still keep them, so as not to forget those memories." REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji SEARCH "DEFECTORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR 
NORTHKOREA-DEFECTOR/CRUTCHES
RTX4ML43 
February 01, 2018 
Ji Seong-ho, 35, a North Korean defector who appeared at President Trump's State of the Union address... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A Picture and its Story: Me and my crutches - a North Korean defector's story 
Ji Seong-ho, 35, a North Korean defector who appeared at President Trump's State of the Union address this week, is from Hoeryong, near the border with China. He told Reuters last year about the wooden crutches that he left North Korea with in 2006. This is an edited translation of his story: "I lived as a child beggar in North Korea. I was stealing coal from a train when I fell off and lost my leg and my hand. I had to bring the crutches with me. If I didn't have them, I wouldn't have made it here. The state doesn't help you in North Korea, and people who need crutches make their own. Mine are therefore not factory-made so they're not perfect and break easily. I had several pairs of crutches but they all broke, and this was the last pair. I used these crutches for 10 years, until I was 25, when I arrived in South Korea. I would steal coals from moving trains and fall off, destroying my crutches. Or I would get beaten up by the police and they'd take and then break my crutches. When they broke, I would make new ones. When I had new ones, I could go back outside. When I first arrived in South Korea I thought about throwing them out. South Korea's intelligence agency gave me a prosthetic leg. My friends said I should throw the crutches out and not think about North Korea. They said I should show Kim Jong Il I was living a new life in South Korea and throw out everything I had from the North. Some asked if I got upset when I saw my crutches. But I couldn't just throw them out. To make my crutches, my friends had given me some wood that they had bought, and someone I knew in North Korea who had carpentry skills had made them. It was my father who added the final touches. There is a lot of love from my North Korean friends and family in these crutches. So I didn't throw them out. The South Korean government gave me some new crutches because the wood from my North Korean ones is hard and painful. But I still keep them, so as not to forget those memories." REUTERS/Jonathan 
GLOBAL-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTS1J9WE 
November 09, 2017 
A man walks past posters offering plumbing, carpentry, electricity, masonry and painting as workers (not... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A man walks past posters offering plumbing, carpentry, electricity, masonry and painting as workers wait... 
A man walks past posters offering plumbing, carpentry, electricity, masonry and painting as workers (not pictured) wait for work outside the Metropolitan Cathedral at Zocalo Square in Mexico City, Mexico November 9, 2017. REUTERS/Henry Romero 
GLOBAL-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTS1J3J2 
November 08, 2017 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima, Peru, November 8, 2017.... 
Lima, Peru 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima, Peru, November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
GLOBAL-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTS1J3IX 
November 08, 2017 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima, Peru, November 8, 2017.... 
Lima, Peru 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima 
Workers of plumbing, carpentry and electricity wait for work at a street in Lima, Peru, November 8, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SBA 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SB0 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SAZ 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SAW 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SAV 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, is reflected in a mirror as he demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14SAU 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PALESTINIANS-SPORTS/
RTS14S8Y 
May 02, 2017 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop... 
Palestinian man Mohammed al-Hoor, 23, demonstrates his street workout skills at a carpentry workshop in Nuseirat refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem 
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/REHABILITATION
RTX2PI3U 
October 19, 2016 
Drug users make coffins as part of a local government drug rehabilitation program in Olongapo city, northern... 
Olongapo, Philippines 
The Wider Image: Drug rehabilitation in the Philippines
Drug users make coffins as part of a local government drug rehabilitation program in Olongapo city, northern Philippines, October 5, 2016. Drug users are taught carpentry skills and paid 5,000 Philippine pesos ($103) a month to build wooden coffins as part of the local government's livelihood and rehabilitation programme. The caskets, made of simple plywood and painted white, are provided to the poorest families in the city who are unable to afford funeral services, government officials said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro SEARCH "DRUG REHAB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
VENEZUELA-CRIME/
RTX2JBHU 
July 01, 2016 
Inmates work at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives of Mercosur in the Rodeo III... 
Guatire, Venezuela 
Inmates work at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives of Mercosur in the Rodeo III... 
Inmates work at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives of Mercosur in the Rodeo III prison in Guatire, Venezuela July 1, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-CRIME/
RTX2JBH8 
July 01, 2016 
A security guard stands guard next to an inmate at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives... 
Guatire, Venezuela 
A security guard stands guard next to an inmate at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives... 
A security guard stands guard next to an inmate at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives of Mercosur in the Rodeo III prison in Guatire, Venezuela, July 1, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-CRIME/
RTX2JBH7 
July 01, 2016 
An inmate works in front of a picture of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro at the carpentry workshop... 
Guatire, Venezuela 
An inmate works in front of a picture of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro at the carpentry workshop... 
An inmate works in front of a picture of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro at the carpentry workshop during a visit of representatives of Mercosur in the Rodeo III prison in Guatire, Venezuela July 1, 2016. The text on the wall reads, "Building the new man". REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/
RTX2FQQL 
June 12, 2016 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan... 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad, Pakistan June 11, 2016. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/
RTX2FQQJ 
June 12, 2016 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan... 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray before breaking fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad, Pakistan June 11, 2016. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/
RTX2FQQ5 
June 12, 2016 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop break fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad,... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop break fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad... 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop break fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad, Pakistan June 11, 2016. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/
RTX2FQQ3 
June 12, 2016 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray after breaking their fast during the holy month of... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray after breaking their fast during the holy month of... 
Workers and neighbours of a carpentry workshop pray after breaking their fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Islamabad, Pakistan June 11, 2016. REUTERS/Caren Firouz 
EGYPT-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2ASYL 
April 20, 2016 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo, Egypt, April... 
Cairo, Egypt 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo, Egypt 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo, Egypt, April 20, 2016. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
EGYPT-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2ASOF 
April 20, 2016 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo, Egypt, April... 
Cairo, Egypt 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo 
A carpentry worker sits on his products loaded in a vehicle during a traffic jam in Cairo, Egypt, April 20, 2016. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
CHRISTMAS-TREES/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1ZLH9 
December 21, 2015 
A Christmas tree made of 121 old wooden-framed, coloured windows, constructed by local carpentry students... 
RAKVERE, Estonia 
Wider Image: Christmas trees around the world 
A Christmas tree made of 121 old wooden-framed, coloured windows, constructed by local carpentry students is seen in Rakvere, Estonia, November 29, 2015. The humble Christmas tree has a rich history, from evergreen trees used to symbolise eternal life in Ancient Egypt to tree worship among pagan Europeans. The modern version has its origins in Germany, where the song "O Tannenbaum" is still a festive favourite. Today the traditional tree with lights and decorations appears in cities including Washington, Moscow and Beirut. Alternative constructions range from recycled rubbish in Mexico City to old window frames in Rakvere, Estonia. Whatever the shape or size, the message is the same: Merry Christmas. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins PICTURE 15 OF 28 - SEARCH "GLOBAL TREES" FOR ALL IMAGES
CUBA-MIGRANTS/PANAMA
RTX1WX5I 
December 03, 2015 
Cuban Freddy Arca, 37, a carpenter, drinks soda as he poses for a photograph after he crossed the border... 
Guna Yala, Panama 
Cuban Freddy Arca poses for a photograph after he crossed the border from Colombia through the jungle... 
Cuban Freddy Arca, 37, a carpenter, drinks soda as he poses for a photograph after he crossed the border from Colombia through the jungle into La Miel, in the province of Guna Yala, Panama December 2, 2015. According to local authorities in La Miel, some 100 to 150 Cubans have been entering Panama from Colombia every day for the last three months. Scores of Cubans have come to Panama as they seek overland passage towards the United States fearing a recent detente between Washington and Havana could end their preferential treatment. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso 
JORDAN-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTX1WNQG 
December 01, 2015 
A prisoner trains in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak,... 
Karak, Jordan 
A prisoner trains in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak... 
A prisoner trains in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak, November 30, 2015. Prison officials at Swaqa say that the center has one of the world's best success rates in decreasing repeat offenses. Only seven percent of prisoners, who undergo training and participate in qualification courses for two years at Swaqa, commit a second crime, according to the center's director Colonel Talal Al-Alabdallat. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed 
JORDAN-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTX1WNPY 
December 01, 2015 
Prisoners train in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak,... 
Karak, Jordan 
Prisoners train in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak... 
Prisoners train in carpentry at the Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak, November 30, 2015. Prison officials at Swaqa say that the center has one of the world's best success rates in decreasing repeat offenses. Only seven percent of prisoners, who undergo training and participate in qualification courses for two years at Swaqa, commit a second crime, according to the center's director Colonel Talal Al-Alabdallat. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed 
PALESTINIANS-DAILYLIFE/
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, shows a border she designed which frames an embroidery depicting... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, shows a border she designed which frames an embroidery depicting... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, shows a border she designed which frames an embroidery depicting the Dome of the Rock, at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs and makes picture frames to sell them in the markets of the narrow enclave. The writing on the picture reads, "God is the greatest." REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
PALESTINIANS-DAILYLIFE/
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she works at her workshop in Nuseirat... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she works at her workshop in Nuseirat... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs picture frames and sells them in the markets of the narrow enclave. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs picture frames and sells them in the markets of the narrow enclave. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, works at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs picture frames and sells them in the markets of the narrow enclave. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
PALESTINIANS-DAILYLIFE/
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she shows her work at her workshop... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she shows her work at her workshop... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, is reflected in a mirror as she shows her work at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs picture frames and sells them in the markets of the narrow enclave. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
PALESTINIANS-DAILYLIFE/
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August 30, 2015 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, holds a frame at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza... 
Nuseirat, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, holds a frame at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza... 
Palestinian carpenter Amal Abu Regaiq, 43, holds a frame at her workshop in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip August 30, 2015. Abu Regaiq designs picture frames and sells them in the markets of the narrow enclave. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
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August 24, 2015 
A carpenter weaves strips while making a bamboo chair at a workshop in Karachi, Pakistan, August 24,... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
A carpenter weaves strips while making a cane chair at a workshop in Karachi 
A carpenter weaves strips while making a bamboo chair at a workshop in Karachi, Pakistan, August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Athar Hussain
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February 15, 2015 
A mask is seen at the carpentry of Adan Almeida, who has been working on carnival traditional masks for... 
Lazarim, Portugal 
A mask is seen at the carpentry of Adan Almeida, who has been working on carnival traditional masks for... 
A mask is seen at the carpentry of Adan Almeida, who has been working on carnival traditional masks for 33 years, in Portugal's northwestern village of Lazarim February 15, 2015. Men and women wear wooden masks carved by local carpenters as they parade along the streets running, dancing and scaring people. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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January 16, 2015 
Carpenter Manuel Afonso, 51, works inside a carpentry in downtown Havana, January 15, 2015. The United... 
Havana, Cuba 
Carpenter Manuel Afonso, 51, works inside a carpentry in downtown Havana 
Carpenter Manuel Afonso, 51, works inside a carpentry in downtown Havana, January 15, 2015. The United States rolled out a sweeping set of measures on Thursday to significantly ease the half-century-old embargo against Cuba, opening up the country to expanded travel, trade and financial activities. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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January 16, 2015 
Wood worker Manuel Afonso (C), 51, drinks water inside a carpentry in downtown Havana January 15, 2015.... 
Havana, Cuba 
Wood worker Manuel Afonso drinks water inside a carpentry in downtown Havana 
Wood worker Manuel Afonso (C), 51, drinks water inside a carpentry in downtown Havana January 15, 2015. The United States rolled out a sweeping set of measures on Thursday to significantly ease the half-century-old embargo against Cuba, opening up the country to expanded travel, trade and financial activities. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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December 29, 2014 
An instructor teaches at a carpentry workshop at the Larsen & Toubro (L&T) construction skills training... 
PANVEL, India 
An instructor teaches at a carpentry workshop at the Larsen & Toubro construction skills training institute... 
An instructor teaches at a carpentry workshop at the Larsen & Toubro (L&T) construction skills training institute in Panvel, in the western Indian state of Maharashtra November 18, 2014. India has too few skilled labourers thanks to decades of neglect in training and it desperately needs electricians, bricklayers and plumbers. Larsen & Toubro (L&T), the country's biggest construction company, says it could face a labour shortage next year, just when it plans to ramp up investment after two years of slow economic growth. It has gone out to rural areas to find recruits and bring them to sprawling training centres from which up to 20,000 students graduate a year, many of them joining L&T. Picture taken November 18, 2014. To match INDIA-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT) 
CUBA-USA/
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December 17, 2014 
Signs with photographs of Cuban President Raul Castro and his brother Fidel Castro hang outside a carpentry... 
Havana, Cuba 
Signs with photographs of Cuban President Raul Castro and his brother Fidel Castro hang outside a carpentry... 
Signs with photographs of Cuban President Raul Castro and his brother Fidel Castro hang outside a carpentry shop in Havana December 17, 2014. Stunned Cubans celebrated an apparent end to decades of conflict with the United States on Wednesday after both governments said they would restore diplomatic relations cut off in 1961. Many said they expected a restoration of ties would lead to the end of a U.S. economic embargo against Cuba, which is vilified daily in the official media and which Cubans accept as a key cause of widespread poverty on the island. One of the signs (2nd L) reads, "The powerful and victorious revolution". REUTERS/Stringer (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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November 20, 2014 
A shop built from planks, where carpentry hardware is sold, is seen at Okobaba sawmill at the edge of... 
Lagos, Nigeria 
A shop built from planks, where carpentry hardware is sold, is seen at Okobaba sawmill at the edge of... 
A shop built from planks, where carpentry hardware is sold, is seen at Okobaba sawmill at the edge of the Lagos Lagoon June 24, 2014. Wood, a form of biomass, is the sole source of energy for hundreds of millions of Africans who lack access to modern sources of power, and logging, both legal and illegal, remains a lucrative business that has contributed to the rapid shrinking of Africa?s rainforests and woodlands. Nigeria lost just over 2 million hectares of forest annually between 2005-2010 driven by agricultural expansion, logging and infrastructure development, according to U.N. data. It is also among the biggest users of solid fuel for cooking, with over 120 million Nigerians relying on firewood and charcoal for their cooking needs, according to the International Energy Agency. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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JORDAN-ODDLY/
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November 19, 2014 
Aref Ramadan, an Egyptian carpenter who donated space in his shop for Syrian artist and refugee Riad... 
Irbid, Jordan 
Egyptian carpenter Ramadan stands at his carpentry shop in Irbid city 
Aref Ramadan, an Egyptian carpenter who donated space in his shop for Syrian artist and refugee Riad Al Radi to complete his project on creating the world's largest Koran out of wood, stands at his carpentry shop in Irbid city, north of Amman, November 18, 2014. Al Radi started the project in 2005 back in Syria, but progress was interrupted by the country's civil war. He resumed his project two years ago when meeting Ramadan in Irbid city, after arriving in Jordan with his family. The carpenter gave Al Radi free space at the shop to complete his project. Each wooden page of the massive Koran stretches 3.02m high and 1.85m wide, and weighs 100kg. Al Radi plans to enter his gigantic Koran for the Guinness World Records of the world's largest Koran made from wood. Picture taken November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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November 19, 2014 
Artist Riad Al Radi, a Syrian refugee, cuts from a piece of wood at a carpentry shop as he works to complete... 
Irbid, Jordan 
Artist Al Radi, a Syrian refugee, cuts from a piece of wood at a carpentry shop as he works to complete... 
Artist Riad Al Radi, a Syrian refugee, cuts from a piece of wood at a carpentry shop as he works to complete a giant Koran made entirely of wood in Irbid city, north of Amman November 18, 2014. Al Radi started the project in 2005 back in Syria, but progress was interrupted by the country's civil war. He resumed his project two years ago when meeting Egyptian carpenter Aref Ramadan in Irbid city, after arriving in Jordan with his family. The carpenter gave Al Radi free space at the shop to complete his project. Each wooden page of the massive Koran stretches 3.02m high and 1.85m wide, and weighs 100kg. Al Radi plans to enter his gigantic Koran for the Guinness World Records of the world's largest Koran made from wood. Picture taken November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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October 22, 2014 
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in... 
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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