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UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJH 
June 07, 2022 
Members of staff take children to participate in outdoor activities at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Members of staff take children to participate in outdoor activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJV 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, leads a resident to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, leads a resident to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJT 
June 06, 2022 
Staff member Oksana Kogat prepares soup in the dining hall at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Staff member Oksana Kogat prepares soup in the dining hall at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJP 
June 06, 2022 
Empty shelves line a wall outside a music and drama classroom at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Empty shelves line a wall outside a music and drama classroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJR 
June 06, 2022 
Politecina Lida, 26, plays in a gym at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Politecina Lida, 26, plays in a gym at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJS 
June 06, 2022 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova leads children to a basement shelter as an air raid warning goes off... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova leads children to a basement shelter as an air raid warning goes off at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJQ 
June 06, 2022 
Residents go about their daily activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents go about their daily activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJO 
June 06, 2022 
Residents take part in a music and drama lesson at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents take part in a music and drama lesson at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJM 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, comforts residents in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, comforts residents in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJL 
June 06, 2022 
Residents go about their daily activities after an air raid warning at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents go about their daily activities after an air raid warning at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJK 
June 06, 2022 
Olga Slivka, 18, takes part in an activity session at a facility for people with special needs, amid... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Olga Slivka, 18, takes part in an activity session at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJJ 
June 06, 2022 
Children take the stairs to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Children take the stairs to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJI 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Rita Barba, 52, comforts children in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Rita Barba, 52, comforts children in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJG 
June 06, 2022 
A resident's belongings are seen in a bedroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A resident's belongings are seen in a bedroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children’s Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJD 
June 06, 2022 
Children remove their shoes at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Children remove their shoes at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PIS 
June 06, 2022 
Soup is prepared for lunch at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Soup is prepared for lunch at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PHK 
June 06, 2022 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova poses for a photo at a facility for people with special needs, amid... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova poses for a photo at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZYG 
February 01, 2022 
Sam Jarbo shows his wife Flora Matty a FaceTime call to say hi to their kids at home as she waits in... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Sam Jarbo shows his wife Flora Matty a FaceTime call to say hi to their kids at home as she waits in labor to deliver her newborn child in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZYB 
February 01, 2022 
Amanda Dodd leans down to kiss her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Amanda Dodd leans down to kiss her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZYA 
February 01, 2022 
Amanda Dodd smiles as she holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Amanda Dodd smiles as she holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZY8 
February 01, 2022 
Amanda Dodd holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Amanda Dodd holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZY6 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty feeds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty feeds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZY2 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZY0 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZXZ 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZXX 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZXW 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZXV 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty smiles holding her newborn child, Malaki, while her husband Sam Jarbo Facetimes family members... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty smiles holding her newborn child, Malaki, while her husband Sam Jarbo Facetimes family members after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZXU 
February 01, 2022 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Flora Matty holds her newborn child, Malaki, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZWB 
February 01, 2022 
Amanda Dodd holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Amanda Dodd holds her newborn child, Madeline, after giving birth in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
USA-BIRTHRATE/MICHIGAN
RTS51ZW8 
February 01, 2022 
Nurse Kelly Cascio checks the vitals of a newborn baby in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital... 
Royal Oak, UNITED STATES 
Declining birth rate hits Michigan 
Nurse Kelly Cascio checks the vitals of a newborn baby in the Family Birth Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S., February 1, 2022. REUTERS/Emily Elconin 
CAMEROON-SECURITY/CHAD-TRIPLETS
RTS4W2VS 
January 14, 2022 
Fatime Eliane, 32, a Cameroonian woman, who fled deadly intercommunal violence in-between Arab Choa herders... 
N'djamena, Chad 
Fatime Eliane, a Cameroonian woman, sells sweets at the refugee camp on the outskirts of N'djamena 
Fatime Eliane, 32, a Cameroonian woman, who fled deadly intercommunal violence in-between Arab Choa herders and Mousgoum and Massa farming communities and gave birth to triplets, sells sweets at the refugee camp on the outskirts of N'djamena, Chad January 14, 2022. Picture taken January 14, 2022. REUTERS/Mahamat Ramadane 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS4J2KH 
January 14, 2022 
Brayden Burton, 3, plays with child life specialist Maggie Kail, CCLS while being treated for coronavirus... 
Augusta, UNITED STATES 
COVID-19 positive patients receive care at Georgia children's hospital 
Brayden Burton, 3, plays with child life specialist Maggie Kail, CCLS while being treated for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Children's Hospital of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, U.S., January 14, 2022. Brayden was born with Total Colonic Hirschsprung Disease and has received treatment from the Children's Hospital of Georgia since birth for his chronic condition. REUTERS/Hannah Beier 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS4J2J2 
January 14, 2022 
Brayden Burton, 3, plays with child life specialist Maggie Kail, CCLS while being treated for the coronavirus... 
Augusta, UNITED STATES 
COVID-19 positive patients receive care at Georgia children's hospital 
Brayden Burton, 3, plays with child life specialist Maggie Kail, CCLS while being treated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Children's Hospital of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia, U.S., January 14, 2022. Brayden was born with Total Colonic Hirschsprung Disease and has received treatment from the Children's Hospital of Georgia since birth for his chronic condition. REUTERS/Hannah Beier 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UGANDA-SCHOOLS
RTS4EJEX 
January 07, 2022 
Sarah Nakafeero, a teenager who gave birth to a child following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) induced... 
Kayunga, Uganda 
Uganda's students return to school after nearly two-year COVID-19 lockdown in Kayunga 
Sarah Nakafeero, a teenager who gave birth to a child following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) induced shutdown, poses for a photo at her grandmother’s home in Kayunga district, Uganda, January 7, 2022. Picture taken January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD05E4 
June 06, 2021 
Members of the media wait outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
Members of the media wait outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD05E3 
June 06, 2021 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD05E0 
June 06, 2021 
A view shows the entrance to Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry's estate in Montecito,... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view shows the entrance to Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry's estate in Montecito, after the birth of their second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD02N1 
June 06, 2021 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD02N0 
June 06, 2021 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD02EV 
June 06, 2021 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTXD027G 
June 06, 2021 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave... 
Santa Barbara, UNITED STATES 
Meghan and Harry name new baby daughter after Queen and Diana 
A view of the outside Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where Meghan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to her and Prince Harry's second child, Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, in Santa Barbara, California, U.S., June 6, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Dreifuss 
Spotlight
Spotlight 
The children of China 
40 PICTURES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-PILGRIMS
RTXAWU1F 
March 28, 2021 
A child holds a plate with candles as Shi'ite pilgrims gather to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi, in... 
Kerbala, Iraq 
Shi'ite pilgrims gather in the holy city of Kerbala to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi 
A child holds a plate with candles as Shi'ite pilgrims gather to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi, in the holy city of Kerbala, Iraq March 28, 2021. REUTERS/Abdullah Dhiaa Al-Deen 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-PILGRIMS
RTXAWTTI 
March 28, 2021 
A child lights up a candle as Shi'ite pilgrims gather to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi, in the holy... 
Kerbala, Iraq 
Shi'ite pilgrims gather in the holy city of Kerbala to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi 
A child lights up a candle as Shi'ite pilgrims gather to mark the birth of Imam al-Mahdi, in the holy city of Kerbala, Iraq March 28, 2021. REUTERS/Abdullah Dhiaa Al-Deen 
RELIGION-PROPHET/PALESTINIANS
RTX85UAG 
October 29, 2020 
A woman photographs a child as the Dome of the Rock is seen in the background as Palestinians gather... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Palestinians mark the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed in Jerusalem's Old City 
A woman photographs a child as the Dome of the Rock is seen in the background as Palestinians gather on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, to celebrate the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed, in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2020. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
In the Headlines
In the Headlines 
Filipinos rally around activist whose baby died while she was jailed 
12 PICTURES 
RELIGION-JANMASHTAMI/
RTX7OUZS 
August 11, 2020 
A child dressed as Hindu Lord Krishna accompanies his family for prayers during Janmashtami, or the birth... 
Kolkata, India 
A child dressed as Hindu Lord Krishna accompanies his family for prayers during Janmashtami, or the birth... 
A child dressed as Hindu Lord Krishna accompanies his family for prayers during Janmashtami, or the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, at a temple, in Kolkata, India, August 11, 2020. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7J8VL 
May 16, 2020 
Officials in protective gears carry the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave birth to a child on May... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kathmandu 
Officials in protective gears carry the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave birth to a child on May 6, and died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), marking the first case of fatality as the country is under lockdown for the fifty-fourth day, in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 16, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7J8VB 
May 16, 2020 
Officials in protective gears carry the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave birth to a child on May... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kathmandu 
Officials in protective gears carry the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave birth to a child on May 6, and died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), marking the first case of fatality as the country is under lockdown for the fifty-fourth day, in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 16, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7J8VC 
May 16, 2020 
Officials in protective gears stand near a vehicle carrying the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kathmandu 
Officials in protective gears stand near a vehicle carrying the body of a 29-year-old woman who gave birth to a child on May 6, and died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), marking the first case of fatality as the country is under lockdown for the fifty-fourth day, in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 16, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
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May 07, 2020 
A woman with a child looks through the partially open shutter at the premises of Boudhanath Stupa during... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Vesak Day over concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kathmandu 
A woman with a child looks through the partially open shutter at the premises of Boudhanath Stupa during the birth anniversary of Buddha, also known as Vesak Day, amid the lockdown imposed by the government over concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kathmandu, Nepal May 7, 2020. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
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April 28, 2020 
A recorded video of a newborn son of Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz... 
Basra, Iraq 
Recorded video of newborn son in Basra 
A recorded video of a newborn son of Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 28, 2020 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive... 
Basra, Iraq 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi watches video of newborn son in Basra 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 28, 2020 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive... 
Basra, Iraq 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi reacts to video of newborn son in Basra 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, reacts as she watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 28, 2020 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive... 
Basra, Iraq 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi watches video of newborn son in Basra 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 28, 2020 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive... 
Basra, Iraq 
Family watches video of newborn son in Basra 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, with her family, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 25, 2020. Picture taken April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 28, 2020 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive... 
Basra, Iraq 
Family watches video of newborn son in Basra 
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, with her family, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 25, 2020. Picture taken April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty 
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April 21, 2020 
Midwife Juanita Zarate Solorza prepares to help Mariana, 29, give birth to her third child in a local... 
Union Hidalgo, Mexico 
Midwife Juanita Zarate Solorza prepares to help Mariana, 29, give birth to her third child in a local... 
Midwife Juanita Zarate Solorza prepares to help Mariana, 29, give birth to her third child in a local clinic instead of a nearby hospital due to the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Union Hidalgo, Mexico April 19, 2020. Picture taken April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Jose de Jesus Cortes 
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April 16, 2020 
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, is supported by Nichollette Jones, her doula, and Ryan Morgan, 30,... 
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES 
Wider Image: From home to hospital: giving birth during the U.S. coronavirus outbreak 
Nancy Pedroza, 27, who is pregnant, is supported by Nichollette Jones, her doula, and Ryan Morgan, 30, her partner and father to their unborn child, as she experiences contractions while laboring at the home of Pedroza's licensed midwife, Susan Taylor, where Pedroza plans to give birth, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Fort Worth, Texas,?U.S.,?April 7, 2020. ?REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CORONAVIRUS PREGNANCY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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