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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7KAEE
May 24, 2020
A woman walks past donations left at a charity shop in Urmston, following the outbreak of the coronavirus...
URMSTON, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Urmston
A woman walks past donations left at a charity shop in Urmston, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Urmston, Britain, May 24, 2020. REUTERS/Phil Noble
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7HFM2
May 05, 2020
A customer leaves a coffee shop with his order down the sidewalk from people waiting in line for free...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A customer leaves a coffee shop down the sidewalk from people waiting in line for testing at the Bread...
A customer leaves a coffee shop with his order down the sidewalk from people waiting in line for free walk-in coronavirus testing at the Bread for the City social services charity during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Washington, U.S. May 5, 2020. The charity is able to test about 100 people each week. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78J1D
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson leaves the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson leaves the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78ING
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson arrives at the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson arrives at the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IKC
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IK9
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IJP
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson talks to volunteers during a visit at the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IJJ
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IIU
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IIT
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-ELECTION/SWINSON
RTX78IID
November 12, 2019
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits charity shop in Doncaster
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits the charity shop "Stainforth 4 All" in Doncaster, Britain November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Craig Brough
BRITAIN-EU/HIGHSTREET
RTS2ST7W
October 25, 2019
Shop worker Judith Perez talks to a fellow colleague in the charity shop Give a Little, on Streatham...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: On a London high street, Brexit fatigue sets in
Shop worker Judith Perez talks to a fellow colleague in the charity shop Give a Little, on Streatham High Road in south London, Britain, September 10, 2019. Perez, who was born in Spain but has lived in Britain since she was a child, worries that Brexit would diminish the opportunities for younger people who might want to study and work in other European countries. "It's not perfect the euro (zone),of course. There is high unemployment," Perez said. "But you're part of something. I remember how things were here when I first came here. It wasn't great. It's much better now. We are going backwards, not forwards." REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "STREATHAM BREXIT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
BRITAIN-EU/DAGENHAM
RTS2H3UN
April 10, 2019
A woman leaves a charity shop in Dagenham, east London, Britain, March 18, 2019. Picture taken March...
London, United Kingdom
A woman leaves a charity shop in Dagenham, east London
A woman leaves a charity shop in Dagenham, east London, Britain, March 18, 2019. Picture taken March 18, 2019. To match Special Report BRITAIN-EU/DAGENHAM REUTERS/Hannah McKay
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTX6CXSL
July 26, 2018
After being reunited with her daughter, Sandra Elizabeth Sanchez, of Honduras, browses through a rack...
San Antonio, UNITED STATES
Honduran mother shops at Catholic Charities in San Antonio
After being reunited with her daughter, Sandra Elizabeth Sanchez, of Honduras, browses through a rack of clothes at Catholic Charities in San Antonio, Texas, U.S., July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTX6CXRC
July 26, 2018
After being reunited with her daughter, Sandra Elizabeth Sanchez, of Honduras, browses through a rack...
San Antonio, UNITED STATES
Honduran mother shops at Catholic Charities in San Antonio
After being reunited with her daughter, Sandra Elizabeth Sanchez, of Honduras, browses through a rack of clothes at Catholic Charities in San Antonio, Texas, U.S., July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX4JW6M
January 25, 2018
Britain's Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, holds a chocolate bar after making a donation for a tuck...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, speaks to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick...
Britain's Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, holds a chocolate bar after making a donation for a tuck shop charity as she speaks to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick during a visit to a Metropolitan Police Service Base to learn about TecSOS, a technological innovation used to protect victims of domestic violence, in London, January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
USA-WEATHER/HOMELESSNESS
RTX45CED
January 05, 2018
Fish soup is served for lunch to homeless men sheltering in the Pine Street Inn in Boston, Massachusetts,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Fish soup is served for lunch to homeless men sheltering in the Pine Street Inn, in Boston
Fish soup is served for lunch to homeless men sheltering in the Pine Street Inn in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., January 5, 2018. The Pine Street Inn, which normally requires everyone to leave during the day, is offering shelter day and night because of prolonged cold weather gripping the northeastern United States. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2ZI
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, GBR
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2ZE
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
London, GBR
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2ZC
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
London, GBR
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2E1
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry speaks to Andrew Bates, aged 23, who was diagnosed with HIV in 2015, during a...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry speaks to Andrew Bates, aged 23, who was diagnosed with HIV in 2015, during a...
Britain's Prince Harry speaks to Andrew Bates, aged 23, who was diagnosed with HIV in 2015, during a visit to the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2E0
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2CR
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2CP
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2CL
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K2CJ
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K283
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, at the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K281
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign,...
Britain's Prince Harry and Yvette Twagiramariya, one of the faces of the "It Starts With Me" campaign, attend the opening of the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1K27U
November 15, 2017
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney,...
Britain's Prince Harry visits the Terrence Higgins Trust charity's HIV self-test pop-up shop in Hackney, London, Britain, November 15, 2017. REUTERS/Matt Dunham/Pool
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTSZLR5
February 21, 2017
A voluteer from the medical charity Edhi cleans up a shop at the site of a blast at the courthouse in...
CHARSADDA, Pakistan
A voluteer from the medical charity Edhi cleans up a shop at the site of a blast at the courthouse in...
A voluteer from the medical charity Edhi cleans up a shop at the site of a blast at the courthouse in Charsadda, Pakistan February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz
POPE-MOTHERTERESA/INDIA
RTX2NZ3I
September 03, 2016
Nuns belonging to the global Missionaries of Charity, walk past a religious souvenir shop ahead of Mother...
Kolkata, India
Nuns belonging to the global Missionaries of Charity, walk past a religious souvenir shop ahead of Mother...
Nuns belonging to the global Missionaries of Charity, walk past a religious souvenir shop ahead of Mother Teresa's canonisation ceremony, in Kolkata, India September 3, 2016. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QW
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QV
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QU
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QR
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QP
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge (C), visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge (C), visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QO
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QN
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QL
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QK
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QJ
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSB3QH
March 18, 2016
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March...
Holt, United Kingdom
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England
Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visits a charity shop in Holt, Norfolk, eastern England, March 18, 2016. REUTERS/Arthur Edwards/Pool
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CALAIS
RTX28IIO
February 25, 2016
Khan, a migrant from Pakistan, looks from the window of his makeshift shop as he waits for customers...
Calais, France
Khan, a migrant from Pakistan, looks from the window of his makeshift shop as he waits for customers...
Khan, a migrant from Pakistan, looks from the window of his makeshift shop as he waits for customers in the northern part of a camp for migrants called the "jungle", in Calais, northern France, February 25, 2016. The administrative tribunal in regional capital Lille was to decide whether closing part of the site would violate human rights after several local charities and migrants requested a temporary injunction to halt the planned evacuation. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENT-MODEL
RTX1QRG4
September 02, 2015
A combination photo shows model Lily-Rose Depp (second left) presenting a creation by German designer...
Singapore, Singapore
A combination photo shows model Lily-Rose Depp (second left), and her parents, actors Johnny Depp and...
A combination photo shows model Lily-Rose Depp (second left) presenting a creation by German designer Karl Lagerfeld as part of his Haute Couture Fall Winter 2015/2016 fashion show for French fashion house Chanel at the Grand Palais in Paris, France, July 7, 2015, and her parents, actors Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis at the U.K charity premiere of 'Finding Neverland' in central London, October 17, 2004. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/David Bebber
HERMES-BIRKIN/
RTX1MCE6
July 30, 2015
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against...
Tokyo, Japan
PETA activists protest against use of crocodile skin in making of Hermes handbags outside luxury brand's...
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against the use of crocodile skin in the making of Hermes handbags outside the luxury brand's flagship store in Tokyo, July 30, 2015. Actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of the luxury goods maker's best-selling bags due to what she called "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices. The Japanese placards read: "Three Animals Killed for one Crocodile Bag." REUTERS/Thomas Peter
HERMES-BIRKIN/
RTX1MCE5
July 30, 2015
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against...
Tokyo, Japan
PETA activists protest against use of crocodile skin in making of Hermes handbags outside luxury brand's...
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against the use of crocodile skin in the making of Hermes handbags outside the luxury brand's flagship store in Tokyo, July 30, 2015. Actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of the luxury goods maker's best-selling bags due to what she called "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices. The Japanese placards read: "Three Animals Killed for one Crocodile Bag." REUTERS/Thomas Peter
EUROZONE-GREECE/AUSTRALIA
RTX1IO23
July 01, 2015
Spiro Caras stands out in front of his family-run shop located on Lonsdale Street in central Melbourne,...
Melbourne, Australia
Spiro Caras stands out in front of his family-run shop located on Lonsdale Street in central Melbourne,...
Spiro Caras stands out in front of his family-run shop located on Lonsdale Street in central Melbourne, Australia, July 1, 2015. Tens of thousands of Greeks with Australian ties are forming the biggest wave of immigration from Greece since the country's civil war in the 1940s sent more than 150,000 Greeks to Australian shores. This generation of immigrants is better educated than their forebears but many are just as poor, arriving with almost no money and reliant on the expatriate community's charity. In the cafes and shops of Melbourne's Greek precinct, sandwiched between the city's Chinatown and a major shopping centre, the crisis is the only topic of conversation. Picture taken July 1. REUTERS/Melanie Burton
USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IFYH
June 30, 2015
A rose is laid on a headstone for one of the babies buried at All Saints Cemetery by non-profit organization...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
Wider Image:Rest in His Arms
A rose is laid on a headstone for one of the babies buried at All Saints Cemetery by non-profit organization Rest in His Arms in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IFXZ
June 30, 2015
Flowers mark the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois,...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
Wider Image:Rest in His Arms
Flowers mark the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 22, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IFXW
June 30, 2015
A burial garment made for an abandoned baby is seen at Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, Illinois,...
Arlington Heights, UNITED STATES
Wider Image:Rest in His Arms
A burial garment made for an abandoned baby is seen at Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States, June 11, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IF4E
June 30, 2015
Suzy Matusiewicz sits beside the flowers covering the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
Wider Image:Rest in His Arms
Suzy Matusiewicz sits beside the flowers covering the grave of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. Roses are laid on the grave stones of some of the other babies buried at the cemetery by "Rest in His Arms". More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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USA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IF46
June 30, 2015
The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio cries on his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio cries on his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Rest in His Arms founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy visit his...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Rest in His Arms founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy visit his casket during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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The grandmother of baby Angel Antonio (2nd L) is comforted during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Workers shovel dirt on to the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All...
Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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Workers shovel dirt on to the casket of an abandoned newborn baby boy during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (L) comforts the grandmother of an abandoned newborn boy at a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) helps the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy shovel some dirt on to his grave during a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Des Plaines, UNITED STATES
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"Rest in His Arms" founder Susan Walker (R) and the grandparents of an abandoned newborn boy attend a burial service at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young

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Chicago police officers are pallbearers for an abandoned newborn baby boy during a funeral mass at St. Hyacinth Basilica in Chicago, Illinois, United States, June 19, 2015. More than a year after a baby boy was found dead in a plastic shopping bag on a Chicago sidewalk, he was laid to rest in a tiny white casket covered with blue and white flowers. Rest in His Arms, an Illinois charity set up 10 years ago, has provided funerals for 25 children, mostly infants, abandoned or otherwise victims of crimes. Susan Walker, 46, started the group after a dead baby was discovered at a recycling plant in the northern suburbs. His parents were never found. Some 150 strangers turned up to the first funeral. If a baby is nameless, volunteers provide one - the boy at the Chicago service, whose teenage mother has been charged with murder, was Angel Antonio. Often neighbours come to pay their respects to the infant, as do first responders - at times, entire police departments attend the final farewell to an unknown child. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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