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BRAZIL-CULTURE/
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October 17, 2014
A babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned factory...
A babysitter stands at the entrance of a makeshift home, part of the Nova Tuffy slum, in an abandoned factory in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2014. Since seven months ago, 1,800 families have been living inside the factory, which they occupied in March, with poor sanitation services and the fear of eviction. The occupants of the factory say they are not included in the housing program "Minha Casa, Minha Vida" (My House, My Life), and they would like to be included by the Brazilian government. The housing program is one of several government initiatives aimed at reducing poverty and social inequality that President Dilma Rousseff has held up as achievements of her administration as she campaigns for re-election. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/IMMIGRATION
RTX16CUJ
December 10, 2013
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo November 29, 2013. During...
Tokyo, Japan
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo
Filipino nannies stroll with children during their duty hours at a park in Tokyo November 29, 2013. During the early days of "Abenomics," U.S. businesses were optimistic they could convince Japan's government to make a small change to the nation's tight immigration rules to let more household helpers into the country. But a year after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took office, an idea that some thought might be an easy win for immigration reform while meeting a stated aim of Abe's growth strategy has made no apparent progress. The tangle of issues involved in employing foreign workers as housekeepers or nannies helps to illustrate the labyrinthine task Japan would face if it were to try to tackle much broader immigration reform. There are no clear statistics on the number of foreign household helpers in Japan as many are working informally and those working legally, do so under a broad visa category. But foreign workers themselves say their numbers are shrinking. Picture taken November 29, 2013. To match story JAPAN-ECONOMY/IMMIGRATION REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN/
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January 29, 2013
A woman walks a child on to a playground in Loughborough, central England January 29, 2013. Childminders...
Loughborough, United Kingdom
A woman walks a child on to a playground in Loughborough
A woman walks a child on to a playground in Loughborough, central England January 29, 2013. Childminders and nurseries in England will be allowed to increase the amount of children that can be looked after per individual, to cut childcare costs and improve standards. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
JOBLESS-GENERATION/ITALY
RTR33MES
June 14, 2012
Francesca Baldi, 32, poses for a picture as she takes care of a seven month-old baby in a private household...
Rome, United Kingdom
Francesca Baldi, 32, poses for a picture as she takes care of a seven month-old baby in a private household...
Francesca Baldi, 32, poses for a picture as she takes care of a seven month-old baby in a private household in Rome May 11, 2012. Baldi studied for five years at university in Pisa where she received a degree and a doctorate in literature and philosophy. She hoped to find a job as a teacher but has been working as a childminder for five months. Picture taken, May 11, 2012.
REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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PHILIPPINES
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June 16, 2010
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant, who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography...
Manila, Philippines
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography...
A photographer adjusts the nanny uniform of a job applicant, who has her photo taken at a makeshift photography studio in Manila for her job application in the Middle East June 16, 2010. A total of 3.1 million Filipinos were jobless in April, with the country's jobless rate rising to 8%, despite faster-than-expected economic growth, according to the latest Labor Force Survey of the National Statistics Office (NSO). REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
STACEY
RTXI5KE
July 20, 1998
John Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court July 20. His wife, childminder Helen Stacey is accused of...
John Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court July 20. His wife, childminder Helen Stacey is accused of.....
John Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court July 20. His wife, childminder Helen Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who was in her care.
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MACKIN
RTXI5KB
July 20, 1998
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court...
London, United Kingdom
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Cou.....
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court July 20. Childminder Helen Stacey was found guilty of the murder of baby Joseph, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.
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BRITAIN
RTRFPTG
July 20, 1998
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court...
London
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN LEAVE NORWICH COURT.
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court July 20. Childminder Helen Stacey was found guilty of the murder of baby Joseph, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

RUS/GB
BRITAIN
RTRFPT5
July 20, 1998
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court...
London, United Kingdom
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN LEAVE COURT IN NORWICH.
Anthony Mackin and his wife Corinne, parents of five-month-old Joseph Makin, leave Norwich Crown Court July 20. Childminder Helen Stacey was found guilty of the murder of baby Joseph, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

RUS/GB
RTRFPHE
July 20, 1998
John Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court July 20. His wife, childminder Helen Stacey is accused of...
United Kingdom
JOHN STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
John Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court July 20. His wife, childminder Helen Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who was in her care.

RUS/WS
BRITAIN
RTRFPH6
July 20, 1998
Parents of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, Anthony (R) and his wife Corinne Mackin arrive at Norwich Crown...
London
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN ARRIVE AT COURT.
Parents of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, Anthony (R) and his wife Corinne Mackin arrive at Norwich Crown Court for summing up July 20. Childminder Helen Stacey, is accused of the murder of their son Joseph Mackin, who was in her care.

RUS/WS
RTRFPH1
July 20, 1998
Helen Stacey's sunglasses fall off her face as she hurries to arrive at Norwich Crown Court July 20....
United Kingdom
HELEN STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Helen Stacey's sunglasses fall off her face as she hurries to arrive at Norwich Crown Court July 20. Childminder Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who was in her care.

RUS/WS
BRITAIN
RTRFNX7
July 17, 1998
Former child minder Helen Stacey leaves Norwich Crown Court July 17. The jury retired this afternoon...
Norwich
CHILDMINDER HELEN STACEY LEAVES NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Former child minder Helen Stacey leaves Norwich Crown Court July 17. The jury retired this afternoon to consider whether Stacey is guilty of the murder of five month old Joseph Mackin who was left in her care.

RUS/EB
BRITAIN
RTRFNIH
July 17, 1998
Parents of baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court for...
London
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN ARRIVE AT NORWICH COURT.
Parents of baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court for the judge's summing-up in the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 17. Stacey is accused of the murder of their five-month-old son Joseph, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
RTRFNHE
July 17, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court to hear the judge's summing-up in her trial July...
United Kingdom
HELEN STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court to hear the judge's summing-up in her trial July 17. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
STACEY
RTXI5V9
July 16, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the fourth day of her trial July 16. Stacey...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the fourth day of her trial July 16. Sta.....
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the fourth day of her trial July 16. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.
MACKIN
RTXI5UI
July 16, 1998
Corinne Mackin, mother of baby Joseph, leaves Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder...
London, United Kingdom
Corinne Mackin, mother of baby Joseph, leaves Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of .....
Corinne Mackin, mother of baby Joseph, leaves Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 16. Stacey, is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.
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MACKIN
RTXI5UH
July 16, 1998
Parents baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court on the...
Parents baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court on th.....
Parents baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 16. Stacey, is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.
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BRITAIN
RTRFMPT
July 16, 1998
Corinne Mackin, mother of baby Joseph, leaves Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder...
London
CORINNE MACKIN LEAVES NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Corinne Mackin, mother of baby Joseph, leaves Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 16. Stacey, is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
BRITAIN
RTRFMKH
July 16, 1998
Consultant neuropathologist Dr Brian Harding arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the forth day of the...
Norwich
DR HARDING ARRIVES AT NORWICH COURT.
Consultant neuropathologist Dr Brian Harding arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the forth day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 16. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

RUS/ME
RTRFMIE
July 16, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the forth day of her trial July 16. Stacey...
United Kingdom
CHILDMINDER STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the forth day of her trial July 16. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
RTRFMHS
July 16, 1998
Parents baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court on the...
United Kingdom
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN ARRIVE AT NORWICH COURT.
Parents baby Joseph Mackin, Anthony and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court on the fourth day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 16. Stacey, is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB
BRITAIN
RTRFMHP
July 16, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the fourth day of her trial July 16. Stacey...
Norwich
CHILDMINDER STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the fourth day of her trial July 16. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

RUS/FMS
RTRFLTH
July 15, 1998
Neuropathologist Dr Mary Smith who was called by the prosecution, leaves Norwich Crown Court for lunch...
United Kingdom
NEUROPATHOLOGIST DR MARY SMITH LEAVES COURT IN NORWICH.
Neuropathologist Dr Mary Smith who was called by the prosecution, leaves Norwich Crown Court for lunch on the third day of the trial July 15. Helen Stacey a 41-year-old childminder is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who was in her care.

RUS/NS
BRITAIN
RTRFLM6
July 15, 1998
Parents of Joseph Mackin, Anthony (L) and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court for...
London
CORINNE AND ANTHONY MACKIN ARRIVE AT NORWICH COURT.
Parents of Joseph Mackin, Anthony (L) and his wife Corinne Mackin, arrive at Norwich Crown Court for the third day of the trial of childminder Helen Stacey July 15. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
RTRFLLM
July 15, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the third day of her trial July 15. Stacey...
United Kingdom
CHILDMINDER STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the third day of her trial July 15. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/FMS
BRITAIN MURDER
RTRFLLE
July 15, 1998
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the third day of her trial July 15. Stacey...
London
HELEN STACEY ARRIVES AT NORWICH CROWN COURT.
Childminder Helen Stacey arrives at Norwich Crown Court for the third day of her trial July 15. Stacey is accused of the murder of five-month-old Joseph Mackin, who died of head injuries whilst in her care.

JB/ME
BRITAIN/
RTR2BMI9
March 16, 1994
Childminder Anne Davis is surrounded by members of the media outside the High Court, in London March...
London, United Kingdom
Childminder Davis is surrounded by members of the media outside the High Court in London
Childminder Anne Davis is surrounded by members of the media outside the High Court, in London March 16, 1994. A High Court judge ruled that Davis has the legal right to smack children under her care. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2BMI8
March 16, 1994
Childminder Anne Davis smiles at photographers as she arrives at the High Court in London, March 16,...
London, United Kingdom
Childminder Davis smiles at photographers as she arrives at the High Court in London
Childminder Anne Davis smiles at photographers as she arrives at the High Court in London, March 16, 1994. A High Court Judge will today rule whether Davis has the legal right to smack children under her care. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
DAVIS
RTXFFDT
March 16, 1994
Childminder Anne Davis is surrounded by press outside the High Court March 16th after a High Court Judge...
Childminder Anne Davis is surrounded by press outside the High Court March 16th after a High Court J.....
Childminder Anne Davis is surrounded by press outside the High Court March 16th after a High Court Judge ruled that Davis has the legal right to smack children under her care. The test case is likely to affect childminders and local authorities throughout the country
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