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USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZSU 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza wait at a bus stop and check google maps to find the route that... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza wait at a bus stop and check google maps to find the route that will take them back to the hotel they are staying at with their daughter Evangeline, 1, after visiting Mary's Center, in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZST 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza get onto a bus that will take them back to the hotel they are... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza get onto a bus that will take them back to the hotel they are staying at with their daughter Evangeline, 1, after visiting Mary's Center, in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZSS 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga looks at a book from a little free library as she and Juan Camilo Mendoza along with their... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga looks at a book from a little free library as she and Juan Camilo Mendoza along with their daughter Evangeline, 1, make their way to a bus stop after visiting Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZSF 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza stand as they look for a proper bus stop to take them back to... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza stand as they look for a proper bus stop to take them back to the hotel they are staying at with their daughter Evangeline, 1, after visiting Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZR7 
August 23, 2022 
Juan Camilo Mendoza explores the area with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Juan Camilo Mendoza explores the area with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center, in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZR6 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga takes an admission test to see if she qualifies to take early childcare teacher classes... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga takes an admission test to see if she qualifies to take early childcare teacher classes at Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Zuniga, her partner Juan Camilo Mendoza and their daughter Evangeline,1, are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZR8 
August 23, 2022 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZR9 
August 23, 2022 
Evangeline, 1, holds her bear after being loaded into her stroller by her parents Juan Camilo Mendoza... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Evangeline, 1, holds her bear after being loaded into her stroller by her parents Juan Camilo Mendoza and Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZRB 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza head to a bus stop to take them back to the hotel they are staying... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza head to a bus stop to take them back to the hotel they are staying at with their daughter Evangeline, 1, after visiting Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZRA 
August 23, 2022 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPL 
August 23, 2022 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Evangeline, 1, drinks from her bottle as she waits with her father Juan Camilo Mendoza for her mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPK 
August 23, 2022 
Juan Camilo Mendoza walks down the sidewalk with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Juan Camilo Mendoza walks down the sidewalk with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPI 
August 23, 2022 
Juan Camilo Mendoza looks at a page of a children's book about Lewis and Clark that his daughter Evangeline,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Juan Camilo Mendoza looks at a page of a children's book about Lewis and Clark that his daughter Evangeline, 1, found on the ground as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPM 
August 23, 2022 
Juan Camilo Mendoza sits with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Juan Camilo Mendoza sits with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Mendoza gave himself the tattoo on his hand when he was much younger because he wanted a tattoo but couldn't afford one. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPO 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga takes an admission test to see if she qualifies to take early childcare teacher classes... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Noralis Zuniga takes an admission test to see if she qualifies to take early childcare teacher classes at Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Zuniga, her partner Juan Camilo Mendoza and their daughter Evangeline, 1, are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPJ 
August 23, 2022 
Juan Camilo Mendoza sits with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Juan Camilo Mendoza sits with his daughter Evangeline, 1, as they wait for Evangeline's mother Noralis Zuniga outside of Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-TEXAS
RTSAOZPN 
August 23, 2022 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza wait at a bus stop and check google maps to find the route that... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Migrants bused to U.S. capital from Texas struggle to secure housing, medical care 
Noralis Zuniga and Juan Camilo Mendoza wait at a bus stop and check google maps to find the route that will take them back to the hotel they are staying at with their daughter Evangeline, 1, after visiting Mary's Center in Washington, U.S., August 23, 2022. Noralis took an admission test at Mary's Center to take early childcare teacher classes. The Colombian couple are among the more than 7,000 migrants who have taken free bus rides from Texas to the U.S. capitol since April. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-ECONOMY/CHILDCARE-WORKERS
RTXGIBBI 
August 24, 2021 
Rochelle Wilcox delivers cartons of milk to the two-year-olds' classroom, as teacher Steneisha Morehead... 
New Orleans, LA, UNITED STATES 
Wait lists grow as child care centers struggle to hire staff 
Rochelle Wilcox delivers cartons of milk to the two-year-olds' classroom, as teacher Steneisha Morehead sits at left, with student Andrew Robair III, Amore Smalls, Roemello Jones, and King Adams, at Wilcox's Academy of Early Learning in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn 
USA-ECONOMY/CHILDCARE-WORKERS
RTXGIBBD 
August 24, 2021 
Rochelle Wilcox (L), the owner of three child care centers, speaks with teacher Briceshanay Gresham at... 
New Orleans, LA, UNITED STATES 
Wait lists grow as child care centers struggle to hire staff 
Rochelle Wilcox (L), the owner of three child care centers, speaks with teacher Briceshanay Gresham at Wilcox's Academy of Early Learning in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 24, 2021. Picture taken August 24, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0KZ 
January 22, 2021 
Quinita Peterson, an art teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Quinita Peterson, an art teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0KD 
January 22, 2021 
Joe Venegoni, an employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Joe Venegoni, an employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0KC 
January 22, 2021 
An employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
An employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, rolls up his sleeve in preparation to receive the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0K7 
January 22, 2021 
Ernesto Romero, a maintenance worker for the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category,... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Ernesto Romero, a maintenance worker for the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0K4 
January 22, 2021 
Ernesto Romero, a maintenance worker for the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category,... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Ernesto Romero, a maintenance worker for the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0K3 
January 22, 2021 
An employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
An employee of the University of Arizona who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0K1 
January 22, 2021 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0K0 
January 22, 2021 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JZ 
January 22, 2021 
Betty Bucks, a teaching assistant who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Betty Bucks, a teaching assistant who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JY 
January 22, 2021 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
A registered nurse administers the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a person who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JX 
January 22, 2021 
Darla Granderson, a school food-service worker who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Darla Granderson, a school food-service worker who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JW 
January 22, 2021 
Carol Marshal, a teacher-aid who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Carol Marshal, a teacher-aid who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JV 
January 22, 2021 
Joe Beard, a middle-school science teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Joe Beard, a middle-school science teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JU 
January 22, 2021 
Joe Beard, a middle-school science teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Joe Beard, a middle-school science teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JL 
January 22, 2021 
Elizabeth Campbell, a kindergarten teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Elizabeth Campbell, a kindergarten teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JI 
January 22, 2021 
Employees direct traffic and check-in people who are classed in the 1B category, including teachers and... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Employees direct traffic and check-in people who are classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers, to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JH 
January 22, 2021 
An employee checks-in a person who is classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers,... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
An employee checks-in a person who is classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers, to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JG 
January 22, 2021 
Elizabeth Campbell, a kindergarten teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
Elizabeth Campbell, a kindergarten teacher who is classed in the 1B category, which includes teachers and childcare providers, receives the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JF 
January 22, 2021 
People who are classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers, arrive in their... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
People who are classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers, arrive in their cars to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VACCINES
RTX8O0JA 
January 22, 2021 
An employee checks in a person who is classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers,... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
People wait to receive their vaccines in Arizona 
An employee checks in a person who is classed in the 1B category, including teachers and childcare providers, to receive the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, U.S., January 21, 2021. REUTERS/Cheney Orr 
INDONESIA-EDUCATION/
RTS36KY 
October 06, 2015 
A teacher's hand is seen as she teaches a kindergarten student to count at a classroom at Penjaringan... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A teacher's hand is seen as she teaches a kindergarten student to count at a classroom in Jakarta 
A teacher's hand is seen as she teaches a kindergarten student to count at a classroom at Penjaringan district in Jakarta October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
SOUTHKOREA-ECONOMY/GRANDPARENTS
RTSJIN 
September 10, 2015 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul, South Korea, September... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul, South Korea, September 1, 2015. It is not unusual for South Koreans to pay their parents to take care of their children. But the number doing so is on the rise and the arrangement has become more professional-like as parents increasingly pay the equivalent of full babysitting rates. Childcare classes for the elderly, rare before 2013, have cropped up at public health centres. The trend is being driven by changes in South Korea's population - the fastest-ageing in the world. Picture taken on September 1, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
SOUTHKOREA-ECONOMY/GRANDPARENTS
RTSJIM 
September 10, 2015 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul, South Korea, September... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul 
An instructor gives a lecture during a child care class for grandparents in Seoul, South Korea, September 1, 2015. It is not unusual for South Koreans to pay their parents to take care of their children. But the number doing so is on the rise and the arrangement has become more professional-like as parents increasingly pay the equivalent of full babysitting rates. Childcare classes for the elderly, rare before 2013, have cropped up at public health centres. The trend is being driven by changes in South Korea's population - the fastest-ageing in the world. Picture taken on September 1, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTR4SVE3 
March 11, 2015 
Children pour cold water on themselves under the watch of fitness coach Oksana Kabochko (L) at a local... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Children pour cold water on themselves under the watch of fitness coach Kabochko at a local kindergarten... 
Children pour cold water on themselves under the watch of fitness coach Oksana Kabochko (L) at a local kindergarten in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, March 11, 2015. The program, which also involves sports training and sauna usage, has been practiced by the kindergarten for more than 15 years as they believe it has health benefits and keeps the children fit. Children start pouring cold water on themselves outdoors after about three years of training and undergoing medical tests, and the kindergarten is the only one in the region that practices these exercises, according to employees. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
PERU/
RTR3GI03 
March 10, 2014 
Preschool students attend their first day at a public school in the shanty town of Ticlio Chico, Villa... 
Lima, Peru 
Preschool students attend their first day at a public school in the shanty town of Ticlio Chico 
Preschool students attend their first day at a public school in the shanty town of Ticlio Chico, Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, March 10, 2014. More than 8 million students start school this year around Peru, of which 6 million will attend public schools, according to a press release from the government. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: EDUCATION) 
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD22 
March 10, 2014 
Children bow to greet their nursery school teacher (R) as they get into a school bus heading to the Emporium... 
KORIYAMA, Japan 
Children bow to greet their nursery school teacher as they get into a school bus heading to the Emporium... 
Children bow to greet their nursery school teacher (R) as they get into a school bus heading to the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 28, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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COLOMBIA/
RTR3G2UK 
March 05, 2014 
The Netherland's Queen Maxima (R) talks with a teacher next to Colombia's First Lady Maria Clemencia... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Netherland's Queen Maxima talks with teacher next to Colombia's First Lady Clemencia Rodriguez during... 
The Netherland's Queen Maxima (R) talks with a teacher next to Colombia's First Lady Maria Clemencia Rodriguez during a visit to a childcare center at the neighborhood of Ciudad Boliva, Bogota March 5, 2014. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: ROYALS POLITICS) 
USA/
RTX178P4 
January 10, 2014 
A schoolteacher, who wished to stay unidentified, attempts to catch snowflakes while leading her students... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A schoolteacher, who wished to stay unidentified, attempts to catch snowflakes while leading her students... 
A schoolteacher, who wished to stay unidentified, attempts to catch snowflakes while leading her students to a library from school in the Harlem neighborhood, located in the Manhattan borough of New York on January 10, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/KERRY
RTX150YS 
November 05, 2013 
Natanel, a teacher, plays with a boy at a kindergarten in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Natanel, a teacher, plays with a boy at a kindergarten in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of... 
Natanel, a teacher, plays with a boy at a kindergarten in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus November 5, 2013. Israeli and Palestinian officials said on Tuesday the three-month-old peace talks pressed on them by Washington are going nowhere, painting a grim picture for a visit this week by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Both sides have been airing their frustration over a lack of progress in the U.S.-brokered talks aimed at resolving core issues such as the borders of a Palestinian state, security arrangements, the future of Israeli settlements and outposts in occupied territory and the fate of Palestinian refugees. REUTERS/Nir Elias (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVTJ 
March 12, 2013 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVTI 
March 12, 2013 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVTH 
March 12, 2013 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVTE 
March 12, 2013 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children play with their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVTD 
March 12, 2013 
Children listen to their nursery school teacher reading a story at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children listen to their nursery school teacher at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children listen to their nursery school teacher reading a story at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3EVT9 
March 12, 2013 
Children enjoy their gymnastics class at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt,... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Children enjoy their gymnastics class at their Kindergarten in Hanau 
Children enjoy their gymnastics class at their Kindergarten in Hanau, 30km (18 miles) south of Frankfurt, March 12, 2013. Despite a drive in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first term to boost the number of childcare spots, Germany's birthrate remains one of the lowest in Europe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR3DD63 
February 05, 2013 
Children pour cold water on themselves under the control of fitness coach Margarita Filimonova (R) at... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Children pour cold water on themselves during regular exercises in Krasnoyarsk 
Children pour cold water on themselves under the control of fitness coach Margarita Filimonova (R) at local kindergarten number 317, with the air temperature at about minus 23 degrees Celsius (minus 9.4 degrees Fahrenheit), in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, February 5, 2013. The program, which also involves sports training, sauna usage and which has been practiced by the kindergarten for 15 years, improves health and keeps children fit. Children start pouring cold water on themselves outdoors after about three years of training and undergoing medical tests, while the kindergarten is the only one in the region which uses these exercises, according to employees. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GEORGIA/
RTR39T2P 
October 31, 2012 
Children play in the cockpit of a plane at a kindergarten in the town of Rustavi some 25 km (15 miles)... 
Rustavi, Georgia 
Children play in the cockpit of a plane at a kindergarten in the town of Rustavi 
Children play in the cockpit of a plane at a kindergarten in the town of Rustavi some 25 km (15 miles) south of Tbilisi, October 31, 2012. The fully functional Soviet-era Yakovlev Yak-40 plane has been installed in the kindergarten courtyard and refurbished as a children's playground. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
USA-CHICAGO/SCHOOLS
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September 19, 2012 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students return to school on Wednesday after a teachers' strike ended, thrilling parents who had to stay home from work to care for their kids, pay for alternative childcare or leave them with friends and relatives for more than a week. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION) 
USA-CHICAGO/SCHOOLS
RTR385GA 
September 19, 2012 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago 
Students make their return to Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students return to school on Wednesday after a teachers' strike ended, thrilling parents who had to stay home from work to care for their kids, pay for alternative childcare or leave them with friends and relatives for more than a week. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION) 
USA-CHICAGO/SCHOOLS
RTR385FA 
September 19, 2012 
Students Courtney Madl (L) and Kuba Sokolowski make their way to class at Whitney Young High School in... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Students Courtney Madl and Kuba Sokolowski make their way to class at Whitney Young High School in Chicago... 
Students Courtney Madl (L) and Kuba Sokolowski make their way to class at Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students return to school on Wednesday after a teachers' strike ended, thrilling parents who had to stay home from work to care for their kids, pay for alternative childcare or leave them with friends and relatives for more than a week. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION) 
USA-CHICAGO/SCHOOLS
RTR385F9 
September 19, 2012 
Student Tiandre Turner makes his way to class at Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19,... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Student Tiandre Turner makes his way to class at Whitney Young High School in Chicago 
Student Tiandre Turner makes his way to class at Whitney Young High School in Chicago, September 19, 2012. Chicago students return to school on Wednesday after a teachers' strike ended, thrilling parents who had to stay home from work to care for their kids, pay for alternative childcare or leave them with friends and relatives for more than a week. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION) 
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