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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-PROTESTS
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April 25, 2020
A protester holds a placard reading 'Dear police, together for fundamental rights and democracy!' during...
Berlin, Germany
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin
A protester holds a placard reading 'Dear police, together for fundamental rights and democracy!' during a demonstration against the lockdown imposed to slow down the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Berlin, Germany April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Christian Mang
Pakistan Conflict
Pakistan Conflict
Twin Bombings at Churches - 18 Mar 2015
19 PICTURES
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-NORTHEAST
RTR4R65U
February 25, 2015
Fighters of the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) stand near a pick-up truck mounted with an anti-aircraft...
HASAKA, Syria
Fighters of the YPG stand near a pick-up truck mounted with an anti-aircraft weapon in front of a church...
Fighters of the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) stand near a pick-up truck mounted with an anti-aircraft weapon in front of a church in the Assyrian village of Tel Jumaa, north of Tel Tamr town February 25, 2015. Kurdish militia pressed an offensive against Islamic State in northeast Syria on Wednesday, cutting one of its supply lines from Iraq, as fears mounted for dozens of Christians abducted by the hardline group. The Assyrian Christians were taken from villages near the town of Tel Tamr, some 20 km (12 miles) to the northwest of the city of Hasaka. There has been no word on their fate. There have been conflicting reports on where the Christians had been taken. REUTERS/Rodi Said (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
News
News
Islamic State Beheads Coptic Christians - 18 Feb 2015
14 PICTURES
MIDEAST-CRISIS/LIBYA-EGYPT
RTR4PUBP
February 16, 2015
Relatives of Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya mourn at their house in al-Our village, in Minya governorate,...
Cairo, Egypt
Relatives of Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya mourn at their house in al-Our village, in Minya governorate,...
Relatives of Egyptian Coptic men killed in Libya mourn at their house in al-Our village, in Minya governorate, south of Cairo February 16, 2015. Thousands of traumatized mourners gathered on Monday at the Coptic church in al-Our village south of Cairo, struggling to come to terms with the fate of compatriots who paid a gruesome price for simply seeking work in Libya. Thirteen of 21 Egyptians beheaded by Islamic State came from the impoverished dirt lanes of al-Our, violence that prompted the Egyptian military to launch an air strike on Islamic State militant targets in Libya. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-FOREIGNFIGHTERS
RTR4PO7N
February 15, 2015
Brett, a Westerner who has joined the Iraqi Christian militia Dwekh Nawsha to fight against Islamic State...
Dohuk, Iraq
Brett, a Westerner who has joined the Iraqi Christian militia Dwekh Nawsha to fight against Islamic State...
Brett, a Westerner who has joined the Iraqi Christian militia Dwekh Nawsha to fight against Islamic State militants, poses at the office of the Assyrian political party in Dohuk, northern Iraq February 13, 2015. Thousands of foreigners have flocked to Iraq and Syria in the past two years, mostly to join Islamic State, but a handful of idealistic Westerners are enlisting as well, citing frustration their governments are not doing more to combat the ultra-radical Islamists or prevent the suffering of innocents. The militia they joined is called Dwekh Nawsha - meaning self-sacrifice in the ancient Aramaic language spoken by Christ and still used by Assyrian Christians, who consider themselves the indigenous people of Iraq. Picture taken February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Ari Jalal (IRAQ - Tags - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EGYPT-LIBYA/KIDNAPPING
RTR4PGAP
February 13, 2015
Relatives of 27 Egyptian Coptic Christian workers who were kidnapped in the Libyan city of Sirte, raise...
Cairo, Egypt
Relatives of 27 Egyptian Coptic Christian workers who were kidnapped in the Libyan city of Sirte, raise...
Relatives of 27 Egyptian Coptic Christian workers who were kidnapped in the Libyan city of Sirte, raise their hands as they call for the release of their family members, in Cairo, February 13, 2015. Egyptian Copts have been targeted in Libya before during the chaos that broke out when militias that fought together to oust dictator Muammar Gaddafi then trained their arms on one another. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-CRIME/
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January 20, 2015
Defendant Harun P., arrives for the start of his trial in a courtroom in Munich January 20, 2015. German...
Munich, Germany
Defendant Harun P. arrives for start of trial in courtroom in Munich
Defendant Harun P., arrives for the start of his trial in a courtroom in Munich January 20, 2015. German national Harun P., 27, is accused of being a member of the Islamic State, and is believed to have travelled to Syria with the intention of fighting with jihadists there. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQUU
October 27, 2014
Stacks of Colorado voters' guides are ready for pick up at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster,...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Stacks of Colorado voters' guides are ready for pick up at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster...
Stacks of Colorado voters' guides are ready for pick up at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQUD
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, prays with a group...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee prays with a group...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, prays with a group of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQU2
October 27, 2014
A woman prays during a song at a gathering of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster,...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
A woman prays during a song at a gathering of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster...
A woman prays during a song at a gathering of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQTO
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee speaks to an audience...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQTA
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee speaks to an audience...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQT4
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, prays with a group...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee prays with a group...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, prays with a group of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQSY
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee speaks to an audience...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQSL
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee speaks to an audience...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS
RTR4BQSJ
October 27, 2014
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience...
Westminster, UNITED STATES
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee speaks to an audience...
Chad Connelly, Director of Faith Engagement for the Republican National Committee, speaks to an audience of pastors at an American Renewal Project dinner in Westminster, Colorado October 23, 2014. Although they get little attention from candidates, white evangelical Christian voters are likely to be fundamental to any Republican victories in the key Senate races, especially in the South. Connelly, the Republican National Committee's pointman for faith voters, said evangelical voters are motivated by worry about the economy and mistrust of U.S. President Barack Obama. To match story USA-ELECTIONS/EVANGELICALS Picture taken October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION ELECTIONS)
KENYA/
RTR3FECU
September 29, 2013
A woman prays inside a church during a prayer for victims of last week's shooting attack at Westgate...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman prays inside a church during a prayer for victims of last week's shooting attack at Westgate...
A woman prays inside a church during a prayer for victims of last week's shooting attack at Westgate shopping centre, at a Kibera slum in Nairobi September 29, 2013. Kenyan authorities are holding eight people in connection with an attack by Islamist militants on the Nairobi shopping mall and have released three others after the assault that killed 67 civilians and soldiers, the interior minister said on Friday. Somali Islamist group al Shabaab said Saturday's attack, which ended after a four-day siege by soldiers and police, was "just the premiere of Act 1" and suggested it would be followed by other actions by its "warriors". REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
PAKISTAN-TALIBAN/
RTX13LVQ
September 15, 2013
Pakistani religious students attend a lesson at Darul Uloom Haqqania, an Islamic seminary and alma mater...
Akora Khattak, Pakistan
Pakistani religious students attend a lesson at Darul Uloom Haqqania, an Islamic seminary and alma mater...
Pakistani religious students attend a lesson at Darul Uloom Haqqania, an Islamic seminary and alma mater of several Taliban leaders, in Akora Khattak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 14, 2013. The seminary, founded in 1947, is now one of biggest and most respected Islamic institutions in South Asia. It propagates a hard-line curriculum based on the radical Deobandi strain of Sunni Islam. Picture taken September 14, 2013. To match story PAKISTAN-TALIBAN/ REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135U6
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135U5
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135U3
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135U2
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135U0
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135TY
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135TX
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135TW
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135TU
September 03, 2013
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
Regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund poses at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-EELCTION/
RTX135LJ
September 03, 2013
A combination photo of regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die...
Hamm, Germany
Fuss first generation Greens Party member
A combination photo of regional major Friedrich Fuss, a member of Germany's Greens party (Buendis 90/Die Gruenen) in Dortmund posing during his breakfast at his apartment in Dortmund August 17, 2013. The 60-year-old left the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in 1982 in protest of the NATO Double-Track Decision and joined the Green Party that had only been founded three years earlier. He valued the diversity that used to be the hallmark of his the Greens, "it was a party in opposition to everyone." But that changed when the it joined a governing coalition with the SPD in 1998. "Fundamentalism has given away to Realpolitik," he said in an interview. Talking about a modernised CDU he added that "today it is much easier to imagine a coalition with the CDU than a few years ago. Nevertheless, the goal is a red-green coalition." German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken August 17. PICTURE 21 FROM A SERIES OF 22 TO ILLUSTRATE ELECTION IN GERMANY 2013. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA/
RTR2KQLL
April 04, 2011
Pastor Terry Jones puts on a tie inside the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Florida, April...
Gainesville, UNITED STATES
Pastor Terry Jones puts on a tie inside the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville
Pastor Terry Jones puts on a tie inside the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Florida, April 2, 2011. The burning of a Koran supervised by Florida-based militant fundamentalist Christian preacher Jones triggered deadly riots. REUTERS/Phelan M. Ebenhack (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION)
SUNDANCE/
RTXWZGG
January 24, 2011
Members from the Westboro Baptist Church protest the upcoming premiere of "Red State" during the Sundance...
Park City, UNITED STATES
Members from the Westboro Baptist Church protest the upcoming premiere of "Red State" during the Sundance...
Members from the Westboro Baptist Church protest the upcoming premiere of "Red State" during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 23, 2011. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
IRAQ-ALCOHOL
RTXWPQR
January 18, 2011
A man walks through piles of damaged beer cans at the Ashurbanipal cultural society after an attack in...
Baghdad, Iraq
A man walks through damaged beer cans at the Ashurbanipal cultural society in Baghdad
A man walks through piles of damaged beer cans at the Ashurbanipal cultural society after an attack in Baghdad January 16, 2011. Men armed with steel pipes last week raided the Christian social club boasting a bar, and vandalized liquor shops in Baghdad, raising fears of a creeping fundamentalism as Iraq's new government gets to work. Picture taken January 16, 2011. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
IRAQ-ALCOHOL
RTXWPQL
January 18, 2011
A man cleans up at the Ashurbanipal cultural society after an attack in Baghdad January 16, 2011. Men...
Baghdad, Iraq
A man cleans up at the Ashurbanipal cultural society after an attack in Baghdad
A man cleans up at the Ashurbanipal cultural society after an attack in Baghdad January 16, 2011. Men armed with steel pipes last week raided the Christian social club boasting a bar, and vandalized liquor shops in Baghdad, raising fears of a creeping fundamentalism as Iraq's new government gets to work. Picture taken January 16, 2011. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
IRAQ-ALCOHOL
RTXWPQJ
January 18, 2011
Beer cans are seen on the ground at the Ashurbanipal cultural society in Baghdad after an attack January...
Baghdad, Iraq
Beer cans are seen on the ground at the Ashurbanipal cultural society in Baghdad
Beer cans are seen on the ground at the Ashurbanipal cultural society in Baghdad after an attack January 16, 2011. Men armed with steel pipes last week raided the Christian social club boasting a bar, and vandalized liquor shops in Baghdad, raising fears of a creeping fundamentalism as Iraq's new government gets to work. Picture taken January 16, 2011. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
IRAQ-ALCOHOL
RTXWPQE
January 18, 2011
A man inspects his damaged liquor shop after an attack in Baghdad January 16, 2011. Men armed with steel...
Baghdad, Iraq
A man inspects his damaged liquor shop after an attack in Baghdad
A man inspects his damaged liquor shop after an attack in Baghdad January 16, 2011. Men armed with steel pipes last week raided a Christian social club boasting a bar, and vandalized liquor shops in Baghdad, raising fears of a creeping fundamentalism as Iraq's new government gets to work. Picture taken January 16, 2011. REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
MALARIA/COST
RTXVPMQ
December 14, 2010
Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine Initiative, poses for a portrait after an interview...
London, United Kingdom
To match Special Report MALARIA/COST
Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine Initiative, poses for a portrait after an interview with Reuters in London, December 3, 2010. Malaria threatens half the people on the planet and kills around 800,000 people a year, many of them too young to have even learned to walk. The death rate has come down in the last decade, but full-scale eradication will cost billions and drag funds away from other equally, or possibly even more urgent health efforts. As governments in poor countries and donors from wealthy ones weigh up where to put their money, experts have begun a quiet but fundamental debate about whether wiping out malaria is realistic or even makes economic sense. Picture taken December 3, 2010. To match Special Report MALARIA/COST REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT HEALTH)
MALARIA/COST
RTXVPMO
December 14, 2010
Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine Initiative, poses for a portrait after an interview...
London, United Kingdom
To match Special Report MALARIA/COST
Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine Initiative, poses for a portrait after an interview with Reuters in London, December 3, 2010. Malaria threatens half the people on the planet and kills around 800,000 people a year, many of them too young to have even learned to walk. The death rate has come down in the last decade, but full-scale eradication will cost billions and drag funds away from other equally, or possibly even more urgent health efforts. As governments in poor countries and donors from wealthy ones weigh up where to put their money, experts have begun a quiet but fundamental debate about whether wiping out malaria is realistic or even makes economic sense. Picture taken December 3, 2010. To match Special Report MALARIA/COST REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT HEALTH)
MALARIA/COST
RTXVPMN
December 14, 2010
An 'End Malaria' pin is seen on the jacket lapel of Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine...
London, United Kingdom
To match Special Report MALARIA/COST
An 'End Malaria' pin is seen on the jacket lapel of Doctor Christian Loucq, Director of the Malaria Vaccine Initiative, as he poses after an interview with Reuters in London, December 3, 2010. Malaria threatens half the people on the planet and kills around 800,000 people a year, many of them too young to have even learned to walk. The death rate has come down in the last decade, but full-scale eradication will cost billions and drag funds away from other equally, or possibly even more urgent health efforts. As governments in poor countries and donors from wealthy ones weigh up where to put their money, experts have begun a quiet but fundamental debate about whether wiping out malaria is realistic or even makes economic sense. Picture taken December 3, 2010. To match Special Report MALARIA/COST REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH)
USA/
RTXT4AX
October 06, 2010
Fred Phelps Jr. protests his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Phelps protests outside the Supreme Court in Washington
Fred Phelps Jr. protests his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2010. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on whether an individual's interest in suing to recover for the disruption of a family member's funeral outweighs the disrupter's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTXT4AU
October 06, 2010
Jocob Phelps holds up a placard as he protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Phelps protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington
Jocob Phelps holds up a placard as he protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2010. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on whether an individual's interest in suing to recover for the disruption of a family member's funeral outweighs the disrupter's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
USA/
RTXT4AJ
October 06, 2010
Jocob Phelps holds up a placard as he protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Phelps protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington
Jocob Phelps holds up a placard as he protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2010. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on whether an individual's interest in suing to recover for the disruption of a family member's funeral outweighs the disrupter's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
USA/
RTXT473
October 06, 2010
Jocob Phelps protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Phelps protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington
Jocob Phelps protests for his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2010. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on whether an individual's interest in suing to recover for the disruption of a family member's funeral outweighs the disrupter's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
USA/
RTXT46A
October 06, 2010
Fred Phelps Jr. protests his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Phelps protest outside the Supreme Court in Washington
Fred Phelps Jr. protests his side of the Snyder V. Phelps case outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington October 6, 2010. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case on whether an individual's interest in suing to recover for the disruption of a family member's funeral outweighs the disrupter's First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS LAW)
USA-COLLEGES/MIDNIGHT-CLASSES
RTXSS47
September 28, 2010
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, at Bunker...
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm to 2:30am, at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts September 9, 2010, one of five midnight classes offered this semester due to surging enrollment. Bunker Hill's experiment with "midnight oil" classes began with two classes a year ago and a handful of other colleges, from Maryland to Illinois to California, have followed Bunker Hill's lead and are offering midnight classes to cope with overflowing enrollment. Picture taken September 9, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-COLLEGES/MIDNIGHT-CLASSES
RTXSS42
September 28, 2010
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class,...
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm to 2:30am, at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts September 8, 2010, one of five midnight classes offered this semester due to surging enrollment. Bunker Hill's experiment with "midnight oil" classes began with two classes a year ago and a handful of other colleges, from Maryland to Illinois to California, have followed Bunker Hill's lead and are offering midnight classes to cope with overflowing enrollment. Picture taken September 8, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-COLLEGES/MIDNIGHT-CLASSES
RTXSS3U
September 28, 2010
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class at Bunker...
Students listen to professor Christian Agunwamba during their "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm to 2:30am, at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts September 9, 2010, one of five midnight classes offered this semester due to surging enrollment. Bunker Hill's experiment with "midnight oil" classes began with two classes a year ago and a handful of other colleges, from Maryland to Illinois to California, have followed Bunker Hill's lead and are offering midnight classes to cope with overflowing enrollment. Picture taken September 9, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA-COLLEGES/MIDNIGHT-CLASSES
RTXSS3N
September 28, 2010
Professor Christian Agunwamba teaches his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Professor Christian Agunwamba teaches his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm...
Professor Christian Agunwamba teaches his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm to 2:30am, at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts September 8, 2010, one of five midnight classes offered this semester due to surging enrollment. Bunker Hill's experiment with "midnight oil" classes began with two classes a year ago and a handful of other colleges, from Maryland to Illinois to California, have followed Bunker Hill's lead and are offering midnight classes to cope with overflowing enrollment. Picture taken September 8, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY HEADSHOT)
USA-COLLEGES/MIDNIGHT-CLASSES
RTXSS38
September 28, 2010
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class,...
Professor Christian Agunwamba writes on the board while teaching his "Fundamentals of Algebra" class, which is held from 11:45pm to 2:30am, at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, Massachusetts September 8, 2010, one of five midnight classes offered this semester due to surging enrollment. Bunker Hill's experiment with "midnight oil" classes began with two classes a year ago and a handful of other colleges, from Maryland to Illinois to California, have followed Bunker Hill's lead and are offering midnight classes to cope with overflowing enrollment. Picture taken September 8, 2010. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
Religion in America
Religion in America
Koran Burning - 15 Sep 2010
84 PICTURES
INDONESIA
RTR2HWOB
September 04, 2010
A member of the Islamic group Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia carries a Koran during a protest in Makassar, South...
Makassar, Indonesia
A member of the Islamic group Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia carries a Koran during a protest in Makassar
A member of the Islamic group Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia carries a Koran during a protest in Makassar, South Sulawesi September 4, 2010. Hundreds of members from the Islamic group Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia condemned a Florida church's plans to hold a "Koran-burning" on September 11, which this year coincides with Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
RTR28RQB
January 12, 2010
LEBANON/RELIGIONS - Colour coded map showing different religious and sectarian divides in Lebanon. Previously...
Lebanon
LEBANON/RELIGIONS
LEBANON/RELIGIONS - Colour coded map showing different religious and sectarian divides in Lebanon. Previously transmitted on 12/05/2008
RTR28RQA
January 12, 2010
LEBANON/RELIGIONS - Colour coded map showing different religious and sectarian divides in Lebanon. Previously...
Lebanon
LEBANON/RELIGIONS C
LEBANON/RELIGIONS - Colour coded map showing different religious and sectarian divides in Lebanon. Previously transmitted on 12/05/2008
NATO/UKRAINE-BUSH
RTR1YZUV
April 01, 2008
Russian Orthodox fundamentalists attend a protest denouncing U.S. support for Ukraine's and Georgia's...
Moscow, Russia
Russian Orthodox fundamentalists attend an anti-NATO protest outside the U.S. embassy in Moscow
Russian Orthodox fundamentalists attend a protest denouncing U.S. support for Ukraine's and Georgia's bid to join NATO outside the U.S. embassy in Moscow April 1, 2008. U.S. President Bush said on Tuesday in Kiev he was looking forward to his last official meeting with Russia's President Vladimir Putin in a few days, saying the Kremlin chief had proved a strong leader and "I like him." REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
UKRAINE/
RTR1UM8X
October 05, 2007
Members of the God's Embassy church stage a rally against what they describe as actions to popularise...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the God's Embassy church stage a rally against what they describe as actions to popularise...
Members of the God's Embassy church stage a rally against what they describe as actions to popularise homosexuality in central Kiev October 5, 2007. Homosexuality was only made legal in most ex-Soviet states in the 1990s, but public opinion remains heavily opposed to it. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE)
AUSTRALIA-ART/
RTR1T8G3
August 30, 2007
The Blake Prize entry titled "Bearded Orientals: Making the Empire Cross" by artist Priscilla Bracks...
Sydney, Australia
Blake Prize entry titled "Bearded Orientals: Making the Empire Cross" is exhibited in Sydney
The Blake Prize entry titled "Bearded Orientals: Making the Empire Cross" by artist Priscilla Bracks is exhibited in Sydney August 30, 2007. The "double vision" print, which depicts both Jesus Christ and Osama bin Laden, in a Christ-like pose, depending on which side the viewer looks at the artwork, has been criticised by Australia's Prime Minister John Howard for undermining Australians' religious beliefs. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
UGANDA-PROTEST/
RTR1SYXP
August 21, 2007
Members of religious groups campaigning against homosexuality hold placards during a rally in Kampala...
Kampala, Uganda
Members of religious groups campaigning against homosexuality hold placards during a rally in Kampala...
Members of religious groups campaigning against homosexuality hold placards during a rally in Kampala August 21, 2007. Christian groups in Uganda held a protest rally on Tuesday against what they called an orchestrated promotion of gays and lesbians in the country. But police denied the demonstrators from the Inter-faith Coalition against Homosexuality permission to march through the capital Kampala for "security reasons". REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA)
INDONESIA-POSO/
RTR1R009
June 21, 2007
Indonesian Christians involved in the murder of two Muslims in Poso, Central Sulawesi, listen to the...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian Christians involved in the murder of two Muslims in Poso, Central Sulawesi, listen to the...
Indonesian Christians involved in the murder of two Muslims in Poso, Central Sulawesi, listen to the prosecutors during their trial in Jakarta June 21, 2007. From left, the suspects are Arnoval Kencana, Bambang Tontou, Jonathan Tamsur, Dedi Doris and Roni Seprianto. They have been charged under anti-terror laws in a case involving the disposal of the bodies of two Muslims murdered by a mob angry at the execution of Christian militants last year. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA)
GERMANY/
RTR1QBRD
June 01, 2007
Peter Marx of the German far-right National Democratic Party NPD, holds small book with the German fundamental...
Schwerin, Germany
Marx of the German far-right National Democratic Party NPD holds small book with the German fundamental...
Peter Marx of the German far-right National Democratic Party NPD, holds small book with the German fundamental law during a news conference ahead of the upcoming G8 summit at the parliament in Schwerin June 1, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
US-COURT/
RTR1LHTE
January 22, 2007
A pro-life supporter demonstrates in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during a rally marking the Court's...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A pro-life supporter demonstrates in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during a rally marking the Court's...
A pro-life supporter demonstrates in front of the U.S. Supreme Court during a rally marking the Court's decision on legalized abortion in Washington January 22, 2007. It is the 34th March for Life rally marking the Court's Roe vs. Wade decision. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY
RTR1J8IP
November 11, 2006
An anti-nuclear activists rides his bicycle with a sign reading 'Stop Castor - fundamental right to live'...
Gorleben, Germany
An anti-nuclear activists rides his bicycle on his way to a demonstration in Gorleben
An anti-nuclear activists rides his bicycle with a sign reading 'Stop Castor - fundamental right to live' on his way to a demonstration in Gorleben near Dannenberg November 11, 2006. German police expect thousands of demonstrators to try to block the transportation of Castor rail containers of reprocessed German nuclear waste from the La Hague reprocessing plant in France to the Gorleben interim storage facility which started on Friday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius(GERMANY)
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