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USA-RELIGION/
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April 28, 2018
Children walk down the stairs at the Sikh Cultural Society in Queens, New York, U.S., April 27, 2018....
New York, UNITED STATES
Children walk down the stairs at the Sikh Cultural Society in Queens
Children walk down the stairs at the Sikh Cultural Society in Queens, New York, U.S., April 27, 2018. Picture taken April 27, 2018. REUTERS/Gaia Squarci
RUSSIA-NGO/LAW
RTX1ETTS
May 27, 2015
Dmitry Zimin (C), creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends the PolitProsvet awarding ceremony, which...
Moscow, Russia
Dmitry Zimin, creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends an awarding ceremony in Moscow
Dmitry Zimin (C), creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends the PolitProsvet awarding ceremony, which highlights achievements in the sphere of political and civic education, in Moscow, May 27, 2015. A Russian law designed to stop civil society groups trying to stir rebellion against President Vladimir Putin's rule is having unforeseen side effects: it threatens to close down a foundation that helps gifted school children study science. The Dynasty foundation is supported by Dmitry Zimin, who sold his stake in Russian mobile telecom firm Vimpelcom in 2001 and has since been involved in philanthropy. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
RUSSIA-NGO/LAW
RTX1ETTK
May 27, 2015
Dmitry Zimin, creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends the PolitProsvet awarding ceremony, which highlights...
Moscow, Russia
Dmitry Zimin, creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends an awarding ceremony in Moscow
Dmitry Zimin, creator of the Dynasty foundation, attends the PolitProsvet awarding ceremony, which highlights achievements in the sphere of political and civic education, in Moscow, May 27, 2015. A Russian law designed to stop civil society groups trying to stir rebellion against President Vladimir Putin's rule is having unforeseen side effects: it threatens to close down a foundation that helps gifted school children study science. The Dynasty foundation is supported by Dmitry Zimin, who sold his stake in Russian mobile telecom firm Vimpelcom in 2001 and has since been involved in philanthropy. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev
COSTA BOOK AWARDS /BRITAIN
RTR4N7J0
January 27, 2015
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category,...
London, United Kingdom
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category,...
Kate Saunders, nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Children's Book Award category, poses with her book "Five Children on the Western Front" prior to the announcement of the overall winner, in London January 27, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (REUTERS - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
SPAIN-ODDLY/
RTR4N6GP
January 27, 2015
Children wearing wigs stand in a doorway during carnival celebrations in Zubieta January 27, 2015. Bell...
Zubieta, Spain
Children wearing wigs stand in a doorway during carnival celebrations in Zubieta
Children wearing wigs stand in a doorway during carnival celebrations in Zubieta January 27, 2015. Bell carrying dancers known as Joaldunak from Zubieta and neighbouring Ituren visit each other's villages performing a ritual dance to ward off evil spirits and awaken the coming spring. Alongside the dancers, villagers dress in bizarre and frightening costumes to harass and scare visitors. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
KOREA-KPOP/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4MEYK
January 22, 2015
Jang Ha-jin, who was a trainee at S.M. Entertainment, performs in an empty practice room at a university...
Daejeon, South Korea
Jang Ha-jin, who was a trainee at S.M. Entertainment, performs in an empty practice room at a university...
Jang Ha-jin, who was a trainee at S.M. Entertainment, performs in an empty practice room at a university in Daejeon December 18, 2014. Jang made it to S.M. Entertainment's coveted training programme a decade ago after winning a talent contest. She stuck to a seven-day regimen for nearly three years, before giving it all up to return to a more sedate life. Thousands of Korean children dream of becoming household names like rapper Psy, whose 2012 "Gangnam Style" video was a global YouTube hit, often putting up with punishing schedules in the hope of one day making it big in the music industry. A recent survey of pre-teens shows that 21 percent of respondents wanted to be K-pop (Korean pop) stars when they grow up, the most popular career choice. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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KOREA-KPOP/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4MEYH
January 22, 2015
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon...
Daejeon, South Korea
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon...
Jang Ha-jin who was a trainee at S.M, Entertainment, picks out a book at a university library in Daejeon December 18, 2014. Jang made it to S.M. Entertainment's coveted training programme a decade ago after winning a talent contest. She stuck to a seven-day regimen for nearly three years, before giving it all up to return to a more sedate life. Thousands of Korean children dream of becoming household names like rapper Psy, whose 2012 "Gangnam Style" video was a global YouTube hit, often putting up with punishing schedules in the hope of one day making it big in the music industry. A recent survey of pre-teens shows that 21 percent of respondents wanted to be K-pop (Korean pop) stars when they grow up, the most popular career choice. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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USA-THANKSGIVING/PARADE
RTR4FUXC
November 27, 2014
Children try to watch the 88th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York November 27, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo...
New York, UNITED STATES
Children try to watch the 88th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York
Children try to watch the 88th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York November 27, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
PHOTOGRAPHERS-STORY/POY2014
RTR4FP2G
November 26, 2014
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near Suruc, in this...
SURUC, Turkey
RNPS - PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near Suruc, in this September 27, 2014 file photo.

A crossing point along the Turkish-Syrian border frontier was normally a hive of activity, with wailing children and families desperately trying to carry whatever they could manage across the dusty terrain.

To my surprise on this particular day, the refugee collection didn't start. Bewildered, I started to look around me. My eyes fell on an empty baby's cradle and I thought: "How is it possible for someone to leave behind such a basic, but important, thing for a baby? Were the owners in a hurry? Was there no space in the bus or truck?" As I photographed the cradle I thought how lonely and sad it seemed. For me, it signified a kind of hopelessness. If its owners had felt hope, perhaps they would not have left it.
I took four images using a 24mm wide-angle lens and photographed the deserted border area in the background aiming to illustrate the desperation the refugees feel, and the harshness of the environment, where baking sun can turn to driving rain in an instant. - Murad Sezer REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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VENEZUELA-MUSIC/
RTR4A056
October 13, 2014
A girl dances on stage during an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the...
Caracas, Venezuela
A girl dances on stage during an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the...
A girl dances on stage during an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the headquarters of "El Sistema" in Caracas September 27, 2014. In a nation awash with guns and with one of the world's highest murder rates, Venezuela's hugely successful classical music program, known as "El Sistema" (The System), has for decades sought to counteract poor children's exposure to violence with the gentle and inspiring influence of classical music. It used to only admit children aged at least 5. But under its latest "New Members" projects, hundreds of smaller infants can receive voice lessons, musical initiation with paper-made instruments, and free concerts, at its base in Caracas. Picture taken September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
VENEZUELA-MUSIC/
RTR4A04N
October 13, 2014
A woman and her daughter attend an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman and her daughter attend an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the...
A woman and her daughter attend an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the headquarters of "El Sistema" in Caracas September 27, 2014. In a nation awash with guns and with one of the world's highest murder rates, Venezuela's hugely successful classical music program, known as "El Sistema" (The System), has for decades sought to counteract poor children's exposure to violence with the gentle and inspiring influence of classical music. It used to only admit children aged at least 5. But under its latest "New Members" projects, hundreds of smaller infants can receive voice lessons, musical initiation with paper-made instruments, and free concerts, at its base in Caracas. Picture taken September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
VENEZUELA-MUSIC/
RTR4A03I
October 13, 2014
A boy is helped by his mother to play with the timpani during an interactive concert that is part of...
Caracas, Venezuela
A boy is helped by his mother to play with the timpani during an interactive concert that is part of...
A boy is helped by his mother to play with the timpani during an interactive concert that is part of the "New Members" program in the headquarters of "El Sistema" in Caracas September 27, 2014. In a nation awash with guns and with one of the world's highest murder rates, Venezuela's hugely successful classical music program, known as "El Sistema" (The System), has for decades sought to counteract poor children's exposure to violence with the gentle and inspiring influence of classical music. It used to only admit children aged at least 5. But under its latest "New Members" projects, hundreds of smaller infants can receive voice lessons, musical initiation with paper-made instruments, and free concerts, at its base in Caracas. Picture taken September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
VENEZUELA-MUSIC/
RTR4A02D
October 13, 2014
Parents and their children attend an interactive concert as part of the "New Members" program in the...
Caracas, Venezuela
Parents and their children attend an interactive concert as part of the "New Members" program in the...
Parents and their children attend an interactive concert as part of the "New Members" program in the headquarters of "El Sistema" in Caracas September 27, 2014. In a nation awash with guns and with one of the world's highest murder rates, Venezuela's hugely successful classical music program, known as "El Sistema" (The System), has for decades sought to counteract poor children's exposure to violence with the gentle and inspiring influence of classical music. It used to only admit children aged at least 5. But under its latest "New Members" projects, hundreds of smaller infants can receive voice lessons, musical initiation with paper-made instruments, and free concerts, at its base in Caracas. Picture taken September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
VENEZUELA-MUSIC/
RTR4A01P
October 13, 2014
Occupational therapist Fatima Fernandez (front R) works with a pregnant woman during a prenatal fitness...
Caracas, Venezuela
Occupational therapist Fernandez works with a pregnant woman during a prenatal fitness class with live...
Occupational therapist Fatima Fernandez (front R) works with a pregnant woman during a prenatal fitness class with live classical music as part of the "New Members" program in the headquarters of "El Sistema" in Caracas September 27, 2014. In a nation awash with guns and with one of the world's highest murder rates, Venezuela's hugely successful classical music program, known as "El Sistema" (The System), has for decades sought to counteract poor children's exposure to violence with the gentle and inspiring influence of classical music. It used to only admit children aged at least 5. But under its latest "New Members" projects, hundreds of smaller infants can receive voice lessons, musical initiation with paper-made instruments, and free concerts, at its base in Caracas. Picture taken September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY)
CHINA-CHILDREN/WIDERIMAGE
RTR496WG
October 07, 2014
Ding Tieru, born in 2002, poses during an interview with Reuters July 27, 2014. Reuters photographer...
Shanghai, China
Ding Tieru, born in 2002, poses during an interview with Reuters
Ding Tieru, born in 2002, poses during an interview with Reuters July 27, 2014. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China's one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world's most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country's one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY PORTRAIT)
CHINA-CHILDREN/WIDERIMAGE
RTR496W6
October 07, 2014
Yao Jihan, born in 2000, poses during an interview with Reuters July 27, 2014. Reuters photographer Carlos...
Shanghai, China
Yao Jihan, born in 2000, poses during an interview with Reuters
Yao Jihan, born in 2000, poses during an interview with Reuters July 27, 2014. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China's one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world's most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country's one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY PORTRAIT)
CHINA-CHILDREN/WIDERIMAGE
RTR491RI
October 06, 2014
Zhu Wenjun, who was born in 1989, poses for a photograph in Shanghai August 24, 2014. Wenjun said: "Of...
Shanghai, China
Zhu Wenjun, who was born in 1989, poses for a photograph in Shanghai
Zhu Wenjun, who was born in 1989, poses for a photograph in Shanghai August 24, 2014. Wenjun said: "Of course I want to have a brother or a sister because being a single child is so lonely. I want to have someone to play with and grow up with." Reuters Photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China?s one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world's most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country's one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. Picture taken August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS PORTRAIT)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 27 OF 37 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY '36 YEARS OF CHINA'S ONE CHILD POLICY'
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CHINA-CHILDREN/WIDERIMAGE
RTR491R5
October 06, 2014
Yao Jihan, who was born in 2000, poses for a photograph in Shanghai July 27, 2014. When asked if he would...
Shanghai, China
Yao Jihan, who was born in 2000, poses for a photograph in Shanghai
Yao Jihan, who was born in 2000, poses for a photograph in Shanghai July 27, 2014. When asked if he would like siblings Jihan said: "No. I don't know. Maybe, maybe, because it's troublesome. If there is one more person in this house, the room will not be big enough to hold two children. I don't feel lonely because I have a lot of friends." Reuters Photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China?s one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world's most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country's one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. Picture taken July 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS PORTRAIT)

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 16 OF 37 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY '36 YEARS OF CHINA'S ONE CHILD POLICY'
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CHINA-CHILDREN/WIDERIMAGE
RTR491QQ
October 06, 2014
Ding Tieru, who was born in 2002, poses for a photograph in Shanghai July 27, 2014. "I have a cousin....
Shanghai, China
Ding Tieru, who was born in 2002, poses for a photograph in Shanghai
Ding Tieru, who was born in 2002, poses for a photograph in Shanghai July 27, 2014. "I have a cousin. I'd like to have a brother. Because we would be able to play together. I want more friends. We would be able to help each other in our studies," said Tieru. Reuters Photographer Carlos Barria photographed a person born in each year China?s one child policy has been in existence; from a man born in 1979, to a baby born in 2014, and asked them if they would have like to have siblings. China, the world's most populous country with nearly 1.4 billion people, says the country's one-child policy has averted 400 million births since 1980, saving scarce food resources and helping to pull families out of poverty. Couples violating the policy have had to pay a fine, or in some cases have been forced to undergo abortions. But late last year, China said it would allow millions of families to have two children, part of a plan to raise fertility rates and ease the financial burden on a rapidly ageing population. Picture taken July 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS PORTRAIT)

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UKRAINE-CRISIS/ZONE
RTR47YN8
September 27, 2014
Children watch a negotiation take place between Ukrainian and Russian officers at a temporary military...
Soledar, Ukraine
Children watch a negotiation take place between Ukrainian and Russian officers at a temporary military...
Children watch a negotiation take place between Ukrainian and Russian officers at a temporary military base in Soledar, eastern Ukraine September 27, 2014. Talks began on Friday to mark out a 30-km (19-mile) buffer zone between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists in the country's east, but Moscow was coy about its role and denied that Russian military officials had taken part. A statement by the military in Kiev said a Ukrainian team met a 76-member group of Russian officers north of the major Ukrainian city of Donetsk to work on establishing the zone, designed to put government and separatist forces out of striking range of each other. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (UKRAINE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
RTR47TSL
September 26, 2014
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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GUATEMALA-BURIAL/WIDER IMAGE
RTR469GL
September 15, 2014
A grave cleaner takes the coffin of a child out of a crypt during exhumation works at the children's...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A grave cleaner takes the coffin of a child out of a crypt during exhumation works at the children's...
A grave cleaner takes the coffin of a child out of a crypt during exhumation works at the children's section of the Cemetery General in Guatemala City November 27, 2012. If a lease on a grave has expired or not been paid, grave cleaners will break open the crypts to remove and rebury the bodies. Any remains that have not been claimed are packed into plastic bags, labelled and stored in mass graves. Picture taken November 27, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTR42HEP
August 14, 2014
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, receives medical care on the fifth day of a hunger strike as...
Mexico City, Mexico
Migrants attend hunger strike demanding a reform in U.S. immigration laws, in Mexico City
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, receives medical care on the fifth day of a hunger strike as a protest to demand a reform in U.S. immigration laws which regulate the illegal exodus of children into the U.S., and to provide protection for them, outside the Foreign Affairs building in Mexico City August 14, 2014. The number of unaccompanied children caught along the southwest U.S. border almost halved in July from a month earlier to 5,508, or around 177 a day, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Five migrants from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala remain on hunger strike since Sunday. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTR42HEM
August 14, 2014
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, rests inside a tent during the fifth day of a hunger strike...
Mexico City, Mexico
Migrants attend hunger strike demanding a reform in U.S. immigration laws, in Mexico City
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, rests inside a tent during the fifth day of a hunger strike as a protest to demand a reform in U.S. immigration laws which regulate the illegal exodus of children into the U.S., and to provide protection for them, outside the Foreign Affairs building in Mexico City August 14, 2014. The number of unaccompanied children caught along the southwest U.S. border almost halved in July from a month earlier to 5,508, or around 177 a day, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Five migrants from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala remain on hunger strike since Sunday. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTR42HEK
August 14, 2014
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, rests inside a tent during the fifth day of a hunger strike...
Mexico City, Mexico
Migrants attend hunger strike demanding a reform in U.S. immigration laws, in Mexico City
Wilmer, 27, a migrant from the Honduras, rests inside a tent during the fifth day of a hunger strike as a protest to demand a reform in U.S. immigration laws which regulate the illegal exodus of children into the U.S., and to provide protection for them, outside the Foreign Affairs building in Mexico City August 14, 2014. The number of unaccompanied children caught along the southwest U.S. border almost halved in July from a month earlier to 5,508, or around 177 a day, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Five migrants from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala remain on hunger strike since Sunday. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3ZN6E
July 22, 2014
Palestinians, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip in...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip in...
Palestinians, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip in a fountain basin at a garden in Gaza City July 22, 2014. Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, dashing hopes of a pause in the fighting, as the military said one of its soldiers was missing, presumed dead, following clashes with Hamas Islamists. Israel launched its offensive on July 8 to halt missile fire out of Gaza by Hamas, which was angered by a crackdown on its supporters in the occupied West Bank and suffering economic hardship because of an Israeli-Egyptian blockade. With the conflict entering its third week, the Palestinian death toll rose to almost 550, including nearly 100 children and many other civilians, Gaza health officials said. Israel's casualties also mounted, with the military announcing the deaths of two more soldiers, bringing the number of army fatalities to 27 - almost three times as many as were killed in the last ground invasion of Gaza in a 2008-2009 war. Two Israeli civilians have also been killed by Palestinian rocket fire into Israel. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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July 22, 2014
Palestinian boys, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian boys, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip...
Palestinian boys, who fled their houses during heavy Israeli shelling in the Shejaia neighborhood, dip in a fountain basin at a garden in Gaza City July 22, 2014. Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, dashing hopes of a pause in the fighting, as the military said one of its soldiers was missing, presumed dead, following clashes with Hamas Islamists. Israel launched its offensive on July 8 to halt missile fire out of Gaza by Hamas, which was angered by a crackdown on its supporters in the occupied West Bank and suffering economic hardship because of an Israeli-Egyptian blockade. With the conflict entering its third week, the Palestinian death toll rose to almost 550, including nearly 100 children and many other civilians, Gaza health officials said. Israel's casualties also mounted, with the military announcing the deaths of two more soldiers, bringing the number of army fatalities to 27 - almost three times as many as were killed in the last ground invasion of Gaza in a 2008-2009 war. Two Israeli civilians have also been killed by Palestinian rocket fire into Israel. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
IRAQ-CRISIS/
RTR48AB6
June 27, 2014
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the...
Erbil, Iraq
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play inside the Khazer refugee camp
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, June 27, 2014. Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the most influential Shi'ite cleric in Iraq, called on the country's leaders on Friday to choose a prime minister within the next four days, a dramatic political intervention that could hasten the end of Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
IRAQ-SECURITY/
RTR3W4KH
June 27, 2014
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the...
Arbil, Iraq
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, June 27, 2014. Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the most influential Shi'ite cleric in Iraq, called on the country's leaders on Friday to choose a prime minister within the next four days, a dramatic political intervention that could hasten the end of Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/
RTR3W4JY
June 27, 2014
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the...
Arbil, Iraq
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play inside the Khazer refugee camp
Children, who fled from the violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, June 27, 2014. Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the most influential Shi'ite cleric in Iraq, called on the country's leaders on Friday to choose a prime minister within the next four days, a dramatic political intervention that could hasten the end of Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1EA9U1BBO01
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June 27, 2014
Children, who fled from violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts...
Arbil, Iraq
Children, who fled from violence in Mosul, play inside the Khazer refugee camp on outskirts of Arbil
Children, who fled from violence in Mosul, play during sunset inside the Khazer refugee camp on the outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region, June 27, 2014. Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the most influential Shi'ite cleric in Iraq, called on the country's leaders on Friday to choose a prime minister within the next four days, a dramatic political intervention that could hasten the end of Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 27, 2014
Children of a Christian family, who fled from the violence in Mosul two days ago, stay at a school in...
Arbil, Iraq
Children of a Christian family, who fled from the violence in Mosul two days ago, stay at a school in...
Children of a Christian family, who fled from the violence in Mosul two days ago, stay at a school in Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region June 27, 2014. Iraqi forces launched an airborne assault on rebel-held Tikrit on Thursday with commandos flown into a stadium in helicopters, at least one of which crashed after taking fire from insurgents who have seized northern cities. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
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June 24, 2014
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary...
Kibwezi, Kenya
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary...
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary School in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
A boy draws at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
A boy draws at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad...
A boy draws at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
Girls stand in a dorm at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home"...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Girls stand in a dorm at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home"...
Girls stand in a dorm at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
A girl shows a drawing with the writing "I love you" at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
A girl shows a drawing with the writing "I love you" at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated...
A girl shows a drawing with the writing "I love you" at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
Alexandra from Guatemala shows a drawing she made at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Alexandra from Guatemala shows a drawing she made at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated...
Alexandra from Guatemala shows a drawing she made at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
Youths watch television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home"...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Youths watch television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home"...
Youths watch television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. The writing on the back of the shirt reads, "Attention Program for underage migrants and repatriated". Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
Boys sit together while watching television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Boys sit together while watching television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors...
Boys sit together while watching television at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegaly. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN
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May 28, 2014
Boys lie down as they rest in bunk beds at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Boys lie down as they rest in bunk beds at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors...
Boys lie down as they rest in bunk beds at the shelter for underage immigrants and repatriated minors "Mexico, my home" in Ciudad Juarez May 27, 2014. The shelter receives underage Mexicans and Central Americans who have been prevented from crossing the border or sent back after entering the U.S. illegally. Tens of thousands of children unaccompanied by parents or relatives are flooding across the southern U.S. border illegally, forcing the Obama administration and Congress to grapple with both a humanitarian crisis and a budget dilemma. An estimated 60,000 such children will pour into the United States this year, according to the administration, up from about 6,000 in 2011. Picture taken May 27, 2014. To match USA-IMMIGRATION/CHILDREN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MYANMAR/
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May 27, 2014
A pen is seen on a signing book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution...
Yangon, Myanmar
A pen is seen on signing book during signing ceremony for te amendment of 2008 Constitution near National...
A pen is seen on a signing book during a signing ceremony for the amendment of the 2008 Constitution near the National League for Democracy head office in Yangon May 27, 2014. The 2008 Constitution, which was drafted under a military regime, reserves a quarter of parliamentary seats for military personnel chosen by the armed forces chief. It also disqualifies presidential and vice-presidential candidates whose spouses or children are citizens of a foreign country. Suu Kyi's late husband, academic Michael Aris, was British, as are their two grown-up sons. Words on the book's cover read, "National League for Democracy and 88 generation peace and open society's amendment for Section 436 of the 2008 Constitution. Protest agents with signatures". REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS)
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May 12, 2014
Children pose before playing a Sunday "pelada" soccer match in front of the Mane Garrincha Stadium in...
multiple cities, Brazil
Children pose before playing a Sunday "pelada" soccer match in front of the Mane Garrincha Stadium in...
Children pose before playing a Sunday "pelada" soccer match in front of the Mane Garrincha Stadium in Brasilia, a World Cup host city, May 4, 2014. Sunday soccer is a decades-old tradition when Brazilians of all walks of life play on the beaches, in the slums, and on the streets matches that are known as "peladas" or "naked". Pelada can refer to a street match where everyone plays barefoot with "naked" feet, or a match on a grassless "naked" field, or a match with a ball so worn that it is "naked". With the 2014 World Cup just one month away, people of all walks of life in the host cities are spending their Sundays practicing the sport for which their country is about to become the global stage. The tournament will take place in Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Natal, Fortaleza, Salvador, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, Cuiaba, Manaus, and Recife. Picture taken May 4, 2014. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCIETY)

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May 05, 2014
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN...
Madrid, Spain
Teresa Jimenez holds her one-year-old son Luis Miguel next to a neighbour as they wait before learning...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
Teresa Jimenez (L), 27, holds her one-year-old son Luis Miguel next to a neighbour as Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos is seen on television, before learning that their eviction was suspended in Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid, May 5, 2014. Jimenez, her husband Luis Miguel Martin, 34, and their four children have been occupying the apartment that belongs to the IVIMA (Madrid Housing Institute), for about five years. The family lives on help from within their own family, charity groups, occasional odd jobs and dealing with scrap. The eviction has been suspended due to ongoing negotiations about a social rent. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
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April 30, 2014
Children play in front of a tank on the island of Baengnyeong, which lies on the South Korean side of...
Baengnyeong, South Korea
Children play in front of tank on island of Baengnyeong, which lies on South Korean side of Northern...
Children play in front of a tank on the island of Baengnyeong, which lies on the South Korean side of the Northern Limit Line (NLL), in the Yellow Sea April 12, 2014. Baengnyeong, which is closer to Pyongyang than Seoul, is an isolated and heavily militarized island whose residents live in constant fear of possible clashes between two armies. The beaches of Baengnyeong are often walled with barbed wire fences straddling the sand dunes with intermittent holes for machine gun positions. The Northern Limit Line, a disputed maritime border that wraps itself round a part of the North's coastline, has been the scene of frequent clashes between South and North Korea. The line was drawn up at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War and North Korea does not recognize it. The two sides are still technically at war as the conflict ended in a mere truce, not a treaty. Picture taken April 12, 2014. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 27 OF 30 FOR PACKAGE 'AT SEA - KOREA'S DISPUTED BORDER'
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ISRAEL/
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April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete...
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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April 27, 2014
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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POPE-SAINTS/
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April 27, 2014
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride the bullet-proof Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II...
Manila, Philippines
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride the bullet-proof Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II...
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride the bullet-proof Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II in his 1995 visit to Manila, during a parade in Quezon city, Metro Manila April 27, 2014. Pope John XXIII, who reigned from 1958 to1963 and called the modernising Second Vatican Council, and Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips around the world made him the most visible pope in history, will be declared saints by Pope Francis at an unprecedented twin canonisation on Sunday. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 27, 2014
Children wearing Pope's cassocks cross a road before taking part in a parade in Quezon city, Metro Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Children wearing Pope's cassocks cross a road before taking part in a parade in Quezon city
Children wearing Pope's cassocks cross a road before taking part in a parade in Quezon city, Metro Manila April 27, 2014. Pope John XXIII, who reigned from 1958 to1963 and called the modernising Second Vatican Council, and Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips around the world made him the most visible pope in history, will be declared saints by Pope Francis at an unprecedented twin canonisation on Sunday. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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April 27, 2014
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride a Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II in his 1995 visit...
Manila, Philippines
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride a Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II in his 1995 visit...
Children wearing Pope's cassocks ride a Popemobile that was used by Pope John Paul II in his 1995 visit to Manila, during a parade in Quezon city, Metro Manila April 27, 2014. Pope John XXIII, who reigned from 1958 to1963 and called the modernising Second Vatican Council, and Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips around the world made him the most visible pope in history, will be declared saints by Pope Francis at an unprecedented twin canonisation on Sunday. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and...
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and his brother at their home in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, arrives home from school in...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, arrives home from school in...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, arrives home from school in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, stretches before going to school...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, stretches before going to school...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, stretches before going to school in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, smiles while listening to his...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, smiles while listening to his...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, smiles while listening to his headphones in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, attends his piano lesson in...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, attends his piano lesson in...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, attends his piano lesson in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, works on his homework at his...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, works on his homework at his...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, works on his homework at his home in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger Asyndrome, stands outside his home in...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger Asyndrome, stands outside his home in...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger Asyndrome, stands outside his home in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, gets ready for school in Long...
New York, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, gets ready for school in Long...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, gets ready for school in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR3JJTV
April 02, 2014
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, speaks on his mobile phone...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, speaks on his mobile phone...
Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, speaks on his mobile phone after arriving home from school in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
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February 27, 2014
Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels and Primate of Belgium Andre-Joseph Leonard (R) meets Afghan asylum seekers...
Brussels, Belgium
Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels and Primate of Belgium Leonard meets Afghan asylum seekers at the abbey...
Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels and Primate of Belgium Andre-Joseph Leonard (R) meets Afghan asylum seekers at the abbey of Affligem during their march from Brussels to Ghent, to protest against Belgium's refusal to grant them residency papers, January 11, 2014. Afghan asylum seekers have been occupying a Catholic church in central Brussels to urge authorities to allow them to stay in Belgium. The group of mainly Muslim families, whose first request to stay in the country was rejected, has been eating, sleeping and teaching their children in the church for more than three months. The priest of the church said he opened the doors to the refugees because he disagreed with Belgium's current asylum policy. Picture taken January11, 2014. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM
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