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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PHILIPPINES-SLUMS
RTS38W3G
May 25, 2020
Residents whose houses were engulfed by a fire months ago do household chores in a makeshift evacuation...
Manila, Philippines
Hungry and hopeless: slum life a struggle in the lengthiest of lockdowns
Residents whose houses were engulfed by a fire months ago do household chores in a makeshift evacuation center, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown, in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines, May 19, 2020. Picture taken May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PHILIPPINES-SLUMS
RTS38W31
May 25, 2020
Residents of a small apartment building do house chores outside their units, amid the lockdown to contain...
Manila, Philippines
Hungry and hopeless: slum life a struggle in the lengthiest of lockdowns
Residents of a small apartment building do house chores outside their units, amid the lockdown to contain the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in a slum area in Tondo, Manila, Philippines, May 4, 2020. Picture taken May 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
USA-FARMERS/LENDING
RTS2LRP2
July 11, 2019
Gordon A. Giese looks on as his son Paul Giese tends to morning chores at the family farm, God Green...
MAYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Gordon A. Giese looks on as his son Paul Giese tends to morning chores at the family farm, God Green...
Gordon A. Giese looks on as his son Paul Giese tends to morning chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville, Wisconsin, U.S., June 24, 2019. Picture taken June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Darren Hauck
USA-FARMERS/LENDING
RTS2LRNG
July 11, 2019
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville,...
MAYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville...
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville, Wisconsin, U.S. June 24, 2019. Picture taken June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Darren Hauck
USA-FARMERS/LENDING
RTS2LRNE
July 11, 2019
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville,...
MAYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville,...
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville, Wisconsin, U.S., June 24, 2019. Picture taken June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Darren Hauck
USA-FARMERS/LENDING
RTS2LRMQ
July 11, 2019
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville,...
MAYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville...
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville, Wisconsin, U.S., June 24, 2019. Picture taken June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Darren Hauck
USA-FARMERS/LENDING
RTS2LRLW
July 11, 2019
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville,...
MAYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville...
Gordon A. Giese, 66, takes a moment in between daily chores at the family farm, God Green Acres in Mayville, Wisconsin, U.S., June 24, 2019. Picture taken June 24, 2019. REUTERS/Darren Hauck
INDIA-POLITICS/RELIGION
RTS1XN6E
August 17, 2018
People sit in a boat as they perform their daily chores outside of their houses in Dhubri district, in...
DHUBRI, India
People sit in a boat as they perform their daily chores outside of their houses in Dhubri district
People sit in a boat as they perform their daily chores outside of their houses in Dhubri district, in the northeastern state of Assam, India August 4, 2018. Picture taken August 4, 2018. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
MONGOLIA-REINDEER/HERDERS
RTS1SLZU
May 21, 2018
Smoke rises from the chimney of the family tent of Dukha herder Erdenebat Chuluu in a forest near the...
TSAGAANNUUR, Mongolia
The Wider Image: Mongolia's reindeer herders fear lost identity
Smoke rises from the chimney of the family tent of Dukha herder Erdenebat Chuluu in a forest near the village of Tsagaannuur, Khovsgol aimag, Mongolia, April 21, 2018. "We wake up and have breakfast then release the reindeer. We herd them and at twelve o'clock we make them come back. Then while they are tied up, I chop some wood and do some other chores. I then relax for an hour or so. Later I release the reindeer again and around seven or eight o'clock I bring them back and tie them up again. By then, the woman of the family would have prepared some food, so this is how we spend our day," Chuluu said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "REINDEER HERDERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-WEATHER/
RTX3RDM2
December 14, 2017
People perform their daily chores while looking into the camera on a cold winter morning in New Delhi,...
New Delhi, India
People perform their daily chores while looking into the camera on a cold winter morning in New Delhi...
People perform their daily chores while looking into the camera on a cold winter morning in New Delhi, India, December 14, 2017. REUTERS/Saumya Khandelwal
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-FAMILIES
RTX34A36
April 05, 2017
Those who have fled Iraq's second largest city describe a gruelling journey, where in some instances...
HAMMAM AL-ALIL, Iraq
The Wider Image: Mosul displaced find refuge in camp
Those who have fled Iraq's second largest city describe a gruelling journey, where in some instances entire neighbourhoods have run away together, often at daybreak, sometimes under mortar shelling or air strikes. Fathers covered their children's eyes, neighbours helped carry the disabled, husbands were often separated from their wives to be questioned by the Iraqi army manning the checkpoints around the city, they said. In the camp, a semblance of normality has returned for the families. Children over six attend morning classes, women carry out domestic chores while men look for work and food. The United Nations Refugee Agency said in March it had opened two new camps to host those fleeing the fighting in Mosul, adding 40,000 places to its existing facilities. More than 302,000 people have fled from Mosul since the campaign began in October, according to the International Organization for Migration. Around 30,000 people were displaced just last week alone. Even worse, some 400,000 people are still trapped in western Mosul while the battle is continuing. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem SEARCH "DISPLACED REFUGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-FAMILIES
WOMENS-DAY/INDIA-EDUCATION
RTS11M7T
March 06, 2017
Aajibaichi Shaala is not your ordinary school in India. The students at "grandmothers' school" in the...
FANGANE, India
The Wider Image: Aajibaichi Shaala - no ordinary school
Aajibaichi Shaala is not your ordinary school in India. The students at "grandmothers' school" in the village of Fangane are elderly women who are getting the chance to learn to read. India's literacy rate grew to 74 percent in the decade to 2011, according to the latest census, but female literacy continued to lag the rate for males by a wide margin. About 65 percent of women were found to be literate, compared with 82 percent of men, according to the 2011 report. Education experts and researchers have cited outdated attitudes toward women, including a preference for male children over females, and child marriages as main reasons for the lower female literacy rate. At Aajibaichi, afternoon classes in the one-room school are held six days a week for two hours. The lessons are timed so the women can finish their chores, or their work in the fields, before attending class. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "AAJIBAICHI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/
RTX24AW9
January 27, 2016
A house worker protects himself as city workers fumigate the Centro America neighbourhood as part of...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A house worker protects himself as city workers fumigate the Centro America neighbourhood as part of...
A house worker protects himself as city workers fumigate the Centro America neighbourhood as part of preventive measures against the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases in San Salvador, El Salvador January 27, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42OG
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton takes off her cross as she prepares herself for bed at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton takes off her cross as she prepares herself for bed at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 20 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42OD
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton reads in her bed at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton reads in her bed at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 19 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42OB
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton holds a candle during the Compline, or night prayers, at St Cuthbert's Hermitage...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton holds a candle during the Compline, or night prayers, at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 18 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42O9
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton looks at the evening sky from the doorway of St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton looks at the evening sky from the doorway of St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 23 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NZ
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton locks her hen up for the night at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton locks her hen up for the night at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 22 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NY
October 12, 2015
A chicken walks through St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015....
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
A chicken walks through St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 5 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NW
October 12, 2015
Hermit Sister Rachel Denton picks apples in the evening at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Hermit Sister Rachel Denton picks apples in the evening at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 21 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NS
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton sits with her chicken in the garden of St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton sits with her chicken in the garden of St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 3 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NR
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton watches a tractor pass at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton watches a tractor pass at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 2 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NQ
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton coaxes a chicken into St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton coaxes a chicken into St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 4 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42NK
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton practices her calligraphy St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton practices her calligraphy St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 6 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
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Out of the cave and onto facebook - life of a modern hermit
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BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N7
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton checks her Facebook page at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton checks her Facebook page at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 9 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N5
October 12, 2015
A crucifix and rosary beads lie on a windowsill in St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
A crucifix and rosary beads lie on a windowsill in St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain April 27, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 7 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N4
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton looks out of a window at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton looks out of a window at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain April 27, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 8 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N3
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton dresses in her prayer shawl at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton dresses in her prayer shawl at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 15 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42N1
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton's twitter page is shown on a computer at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton's twitter page is shown on a computer at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 10 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42MZ
October 12, 2015
A teddy bear and cross lie on the bed of Sister Rachel Denton at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
A teddy bear and cross lie on the bed of Sister Rachel Denton at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain August 24, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 14 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42MY
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton uses her sewing machine at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton uses her sewing machine at St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 17 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42MX
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton sits with a cat in St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain April...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton sits with a cat in St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain April 27, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil Hall PICTURE 16 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRITAIN-HERMIT/WIDERIMAGE
RTS42ML
October 12, 2015
Sister Rachel Denton views the sunset from a vantage point near St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire,...
Market Rasen, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Out Of The Cave And Onto Facebook - Life Of A Modern Hermit
Sister Rachel Denton views the sunset from a vantage point near St Cuthbert's Hermitage in Lincolnshire, north east Britain September 25, 2015. Denton, a Catholic hermit, rises early to tend to her vegetable garden, feed her cats and pray. But the former Carmelite nun, who in 2006 pledged to live the rest of her life in solitude, has another chore - to update her Twitter account and check Facebook. "The myth you often face as a hermit is that you should have a beard and live in a cave. None of which is me," says the ex-teacher. For the modern-day hermit, she says social media is vital: "tweets are rare, but precious," she writes on her Twitter profile. The internet also allows Denton to shop online and communicate with friends. "I am a hermit but I am also human." A diagnosis of cancer earlier this year reaffirmed Denton's wish to carry on a life of solitude, prayer and contemplation. REUTERS/Neil HallPICTURE 1 OF 23 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "OUT OF THE CAVE AND ONTO FACEBOOK - LIFE OF A MODERN HERMIT"SEARCH "RACHEL DENTON" FOR ALL IMAGES
PAKISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4EL7G
November 18, 2014
A woman smokes a cigarette after finishing her daily chores at her makeshift house on the outskirts of...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A woman smokes a cigarette after finishing her daily chores at her makeshift house on the outskirts of...
A woman smokes a cigarette after finishing her daily chores at her makeshift house on the outskirts of Islamabad November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Sara Farid (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR3KG90
April 08, 2014
A woman is pictured washing clothes as she is seen from a cable car during a media preview of an urban...
La Paz, Bolivia
A woman is pictured washing clothes as she is seen from a cable car during a media preview of an urban...
A woman is pictured washing clothes as she is seen from a cable car during a media preview of an urban ropeway between El Alto and La Paz April 8, 2014. Austria's Doppelmayr Garaventa Group held a media preview on Tuesday for the first of three urban ropeways in the Bolivian capital of La Paz. The first ropeway links the cities of La Paz and El Alto. The three ropeways will have an overall length of almost 11 km (6.835 miles) and a total of 11 stations, forming the world's largest network of urban ropeways and easing the traffic on congested roads, according to Doppelmayr. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
UKRAINE/
RTR3I8M0
March 23, 2014
A woman hangs her laundry in the balcony of an apartment building in central Donetsk at sunset March...
Donetsk, Ukraine
A woman hangs her laundry in the balcony of an apartment building in central Donetsk at sunset
A woman hangs her laundry in the balcony of an apartment building in central Donetsk at sunset March 23, 2014. Donetsk is a city of almost one million inhabitants and was founded in 1869 when the Welsh businessman John Hughes built a steel plant and several coal mines in the area. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (UKRAINE - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-WEATHER/
RTX17OGE
January 21, 2014
A man uses his snow blower to clear a path around his house in Wilmette, Illinois, January 21, 2014....
WILMETTE, UNITED STATES
A man uses his snow blower to clear a path around his house in Wilmette
A man uses his snow blower to clear a path around his house in Wilmette, Illinois, January 21, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN/
RTX152BH
November 06, 2013
A woman folds clothes at her house in Margalla Hills in Islamabad November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A woman folds clothes at her house in Margalla Hills in Islamabad
A woman folds clothes at her house in Margalla Hills in Islamabad November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX152BB
November 06, 2013
A man cuts grass on the roof of his house on Margalla Hill in Islamabad November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Zohra...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A man cuts grass on the roof of his house on Margalla Hill in Islamabad
A man cuts grass on the roof of his house on Margalla Hill in Islamabad November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
NEPAL
RTX1522I
November 06, 2013
Devi Budhathoki, 38, dries her clothes outside her house in Kharay, Dolkha District, some 190 km (118...
DOLKHA, Nepal
Devi Budhathoki dries her clothes outside her house in Kharay, Dolkha District
Devi Budhathoki, 38, dries her clothes outside her house in Kharay, Dolkha District, some 190 km (118 miles) northeast of Kathmandu September 15, 2013. Budhathoki and three of her children, Manjura, Mandira, and Niraj all suffer from Congenital Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa, a very rare disease that causes excessive body hair growth, and which is sometimes referred to as "werewolf syndrome". They are undergoing laser hair removal in order to lessen their symptoms. Picture taken September 15, 2013. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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PALESTINIANS-GAZA/POWER
RTX14ZSY
November 04, 2013
A Palestinian woman does the washing-up inside the kitchen of her house during a power cut in the northern...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian woman does the washing-up inside the kitchen of her house during a power cut in the northern...
A Palestinian woman does the washing-up inside the kitchen of her house during a power cut in the northern Gaza Strip November 4, 2013. Gaza's lone power plant shut its generators on Friday due to a fuel shortage, a move that will likely increase already long blackout hours in the impoverished coastal territory run by the Islamist Hamas group. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTX146Y0
October 11, 2013
An elderly man sits in an alley under clothes that have been hung out to dry at an old residential area...
Hefei, China
An elderly man sits in an alley under clothes that have been hung out to dry at an old residential area...
An elderly man sits in an alley under clothes that have been hung out to dry at an old residential area in Hefei, Anhui province October 9, 2013. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11THJ
July 21, 2013
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary...
Chapra, India
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary...
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, before being served to schoolchildren at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11THG
July 21, 2013
Schoolchildren wash their plates before having their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run...
Chapra, India
Schoolchildren wash their plates before having their free mid-day meal in Chapra district
Schoolchildren wash their plates before having their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11THD
July 21, 2013
A school girl watches the camera while studying inside her classroom before having the free mid-day meal,...
Chapra, India
A school girl watches the camera while studying inside her classroom before having the free mid-day meal...
A school girl watches the camera while studying inside her classroom before having the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11THB
July 21, 2013
A cook serves the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, to children at Brahimpur...
Chapra, India
A cook serves the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, to children in Chapra...
A cook serves the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, to children at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11TH8
July 21, 2013
Schoolchildren eat their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school at Brahimpur...
Chapra, India
Schoolchildren eat their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school in Chapra...
Schoolchildren eat their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11TH7
July 21, 2013
Schoolchildren study inside their classroom after having their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run...
Chapra, India
Schoolchildren study inside their classroom after having their free mid-day meal in Chapra district
Schoolchildren study inside their classroom after having their free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11TH3
July 21, 2013
A cook washes kitchen utensils after serving the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary...
Chapra, India
A cook washes kitchen utensils after serving the free mid-day meal at Brahimpur village in Chapra district...
A cook washes kitchen utensils after serving the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, to children at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX118GJ
July 01, 2013
A resident cleans a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels April 18, 2013. Some...
Brussels, Belgium
A resident cleans a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels
A resident cleans a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels April 18, 2013. Some 160 squatters including 60 children may face expulsion in Brussels when a 90-million-euro project by a Swiss developer to turn their dwellings into a luxury hotel and apartments gets the go ahead. Only a few metro stops from the European institutions and the city's touristic highlights, the Gesu church and convent have remained vacant for decades and were bought by Swiss developer Rosebud Heritage in 2007, who agreed that the property could be used as a squat until the works started. Most of the residents of the squat are immigrants coming from the Czech Republic, Spain, Brazil and Morocco, looking to settle in Belgium. Some families have lived in Belgium for many years and some have stayed in the squat for months. With monthly rents at the squat currently at about 25 euros per adult, it is unlikely that the current residents will be able to move into the new apartments once they are completed. Picture taken April 18, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS IMMIGRATION)
Egypt/Nile
RTX113CG
June 27, 2013
Women wash dishes and clothes in the river Nile in Cairo, May 22, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT)
Cairo, Egypt
Women wash dishes and clothes in the river Nile in Cairo
Women wash dishes and clothes in the river Nile in Cairo, May 22, 2013. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT)
MYANMAR/
RTX10ZV9
June 25, 2013
A woman washes clothes in her home at a slum area in Yangon June 25, 2013. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR...
Yangon, Myanmar
A woman washes clothes in her home at a slum area in Yangon
A woman washes clothes in her home at a slum area in Yangon June 25, 2013. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-PORTUGAL/
RTXYES5
April 09, 2013
A woman shakes a rug at Alfama neighbourhood in Lisbon April 9, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL...
Lisbon, Portugal
A woman shakes a rug at Alfama neighbourhood in Lisbon
A woman shakes a rug at Alfama neighbourhood in Lisbon April 9, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/UN
RTXY9S3
April 05, 2013
A Palestinian refugee woman does the washing-up during a power cut inside her house in Jabalya refugee...
Jabalya, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian refugee woman does the washing-up during a power cut inside her house in Jabalya refugee...
A Palestinian refugee woman does the washing-up during a power cut inside her house in Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip April 5, 2013.Islamist group Hamas on Friday urged a United Nations agency to resume its operations in the Gaza Strip, accusing the world body of over-reacting by shutting down after its headquarters was stormed by demonstrators.REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS)
NEPAL
RTXY84Z
April 04, 2013
A woman fills her pot with water after pulling it out from an almost dried well in Bhaktapur April 4,...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
A woman fills her pot with water after pulling it out from an almost dried well in Bhaktapur
A woman fills her pot with water after pulling it out from an almost dried well in Bhaktapur April 4, 2013. Nepal has been facing an acute water crisis with a large portion of the Nepalese population lacking access to safe and adequate drinking water, local media reported. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/URBANISATION
RTR3F6OJ
March 19, 2013
A woman uses a washing machine along a street at a migrant workers' village in Beijing, March 19, 2013....
Beijing, China
A woman uses a washing machine along a street at a migrant workers' village in Beijin
A woman uses a washing machine along a street at a migrant workers' village in Beijing, March 19, 2013. China's new leaders are planning a system of national residence permits to replace the household registration or 'hukou' regime, a government source said, a vital reform that will boost its urbanisation campaign and drive consumption-led growth. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
USA-SCHOOL/FARM
RTR3DVQ5
February 16, 2013
Second grade student Madison Schroeder washes the eggs after the morning farm chores at the Walton Rural...
Walton, UNITED STATES
Second grade student Madison Schroeder washes the eggs after the morning farm chores at the Walton Rural...
Second grade student Madison Schroeder washes the eggs after the morning farm chores at the Walton Rural Life Center Elementary School, in Walton, Kansas, January 18, 2013. Students at the school do farm chores at the beginning of each school day. The Walton Rural Life Center - a kindergarten through fourth grade charter school in rural Kansas - uses agriculture to teach students about math, science, economics. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
USA-SCHOOL/FARM
RTR3DVQ4
February 16, 2013
Second grade student Brylee Budde counts the money earned from selling eggs at the Walton Rural Life...
Walton, UNITED STATES
Second grade student Brylee Budde counts the money earned from selling eggs at the Walton Rural Life...
Second grade student Brylee Budde counts the money earned from selling eggs at the Walton Rural Life Center Elementary School, in Walton, Kansas, January 18, 2013. Students at the school do farm chores at the beginning of each school day. The Walton Rural Life Center - a kindergarten through fourth grade charter school in rural Kansas - uses agriculture to teach students about math, science, economics. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
USA-SCHOOL/FARM
RTR3DVQ3
February 16, 2013
A bumper sticker in one of the classrooms at the Walton Rural Life Center Elementary School, in Walton,...
Walton, UNITED STATES
A bumper sticker in one of the classrooms at the Walton Rural Life Center Elementary School, in Walton...
A bumper sticker in one of the classrooms at the Walton Rural Life Center Elementary School, in Walton, Kansas, January 18, 2013. Students at the school do farm chores at the beginning of each school day. The Walton Rural Life Center - a kindergarten through fourth grade charter school in rural Kansas - uses agriculture to teach students about math, science, economics. REUTERS/Jeff Tuttle (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
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