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MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/JUNETEENTH-DENVER
RTS3ESE1
June 21, 2020
Chris Henry, of the Brothers of Brass band, plays the trumpet with the Colorado State Capitol building...
Denver, UNITED STATES
People celebrate Juneteenth in Denver
Chris Henry, of the Brothers of Brass band, plays the trumpet with the Colorado State Capitol building in the background during a performance at an event to mark Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in Texas, two years after the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves elsewhere in the United States, amid nationwide protests against racial inequality in Civic Center Park in Denver, Colorado, U.S., June 20, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6ULF7
May 06, 2019
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN)...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN)...
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) Denis Ronaldo Moncada Colindres speaks with journalists during his arrival at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building to meet with members of the Civic Alliance in Managua, Nicaragua May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6ULF6
May 06, 2019
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists during his arrival at the Central...
Managua, Nicaragua
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists during his arrival at the Central...
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists during his arrival at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building to meet with members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) in Managua, Nicaragua May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6ULEG
May 06, 2019
Members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) arrive at the Central American...
Managua, Nicaragua
Members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) arrive at the Central American...
Members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) arrive at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building to meet with members of the Civic Alliance in Managua, Nicaragua May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6ULEB
May 06, 2019
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN)...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN)...
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) Denis Ronaldo Moncada Colindres speaks with journalists during his arrival at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building to meet with members of the Civic Alliance in Managua, Nicaragua May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6TPRQ
April 30, 2019
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the...
Managua, Nicaragua
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the...
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building in Managua, Nicaragua April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6TPRP
April 30, 2019
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance leaves after a meeting with members of the Government of reconciliation...
Managua, Nicaragua
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance leaves after a meeting with members of the GRUN at the INCAE...
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance leaves after a meeting with members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building in Managua, Nicaragua April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6TPRO
April 30, 2019
Francisco Rosales, member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN), greets the media...
Managua, Nicaragua
Rosales, member of the GRUN, greets the media from inside his car after a meeting with members of the...
Francisco Rosales, member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN), greets the media from inside his car after a meeting with members of the Civic Alliance at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building in Managua, Nicaragua April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6TPRN
April 30, 2019
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the...
Managua, Nicaragua
Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the GRUN...
Jose Pallais, member of the Civic Alliance, speaks with journalists after a meeting with members of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building in Managua, Nicaragua April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
NICARAGUA-POLITICS/DIALOGUE
RTX6TPRM
April 30, 2019
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN)...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister Denis Ronaldo Moncada Colindres leaves after a meeting with members of the...
Nicaragua's Foreign Minister and member of the Government of reconciliation and national unity (GRUN) Denis Ronaldo Moncada Colindres leaves after a meeting with members of the Civic Alliance at the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) building in Managua, Nicaragua April 29, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
MONTENEGRO-PROTESTS/
RTX6SJ4I
April 20, 2019
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in...
Podgorica, Montenegro
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica, Montenegro, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MONTENEGRO-PROTESTS/
RTX6SIVD
April 20, 2019
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in...
Podgorica, Montenegro
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica, Montenegro, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic
MONTENEGRO-PROTESTS/
RTX6SIVC
April 20, 2019
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in...
Podgorica, Montenegro
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica, Montenegro, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic
MONTENEGRO-PROTESTS/
RTX6SIV8
April 20, 2019
Riot police stand guard inside Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica,...
Podgorica, Montenegro
Riot police stand guard inside Montenegro's state television
Riot police stand guard inside Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica, Montenegro, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic
MONTENEGRO-PROTESTS/
RTX6SIUT
April 20, 2019
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in...
Podgorica, Montenegro
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television
Riot police stand guard in front of Montenegro's state television building during a civic protest in Podgorica, Montenegro, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1M7C2
July 29, 2015
President of Potomi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Lalli, attend a meeting with government officials...
La Paz, Bolivia
President of COMCIPO Lalli attend a meeting with government officials in La Paz
President of Potomi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Lalli, attend a meeting with government officials (no pictured) in La Paz, Bolivia July 28, 2015. Miners and farmers from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build frastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1M7BH
July 29, 2015
Farmers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government officials...
La Paz, Bolivia
Members of Potosi Civic Committee attend a meeting with government officials in La Paz
Farmers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government officials (no pictured) in La Paz, Bolivia July 28, 2015. Miners and farmers from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1M7BG
July 29, 2015
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government officials...
La Paz, Bolivia
Members of Potosi Civic Committee attend a meeting with government officials in La Paz
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government officials (no pictured) in La Paz, Bolivia July 28, 2015.. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYV
July 25, 2015
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities...
La Paz, Bolivia
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities...
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities (not pictured) in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015.. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYU
July 25, 2015
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana (L) talks with a mine worker who is a member of Potosi...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana talks with a mine worker who is a member of Potosi...
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana (L) talks with a mine worker who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYT
July 25, 2015
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana attends a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana attends a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee...
Bolivia's Presidency Minister Juan Ramon Quintana attends a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYK
July 25, 2015
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government...
La Paz, Bolivia
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government...
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYH
July 25, 2015
A mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government...
La Paz, Bolivia
Mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government...
A mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYG
July 25, 2015
A mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government...
La Paz, Bolivia
Mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government authorities...
A mine worker, who is a member of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attends a meeting with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYF
July 25, 2015
Bolivia's Government Minister Carlos Romero speaks during a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's Government Minister Carlos Romero speaks during a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee...
Bolivia's Government Minister Carlos Romero speaks during a meeting with members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSYD
July 25, 2015
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities...
La Paz, Bolivia
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities...
Mine workers, who are members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO), attend a meeting with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSY9
July 25, 2015
Government authorities (R) meet with members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) for a dialogue in La...
La Paz, Bolivia
Government authorities (R) meet with members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) for a dialogue in La...
Government authorities (R) meet with members of Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) for a dialogue in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSY1
July 25, 2015
President of the Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Llalli is seen talking on his mobile phone before...
La Paz, Bolivia
President of the Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Llalli is seen talking on his mobile phone before...
President of the Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Llalli is seen talking on his mobile phone before starting a dialogue with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-MINERS/
RTX1LSY0
July 25, 2015
President of the Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Llalli speaks to the media before starting a...
La Paz, Bolivia
President of the Potosi Civic Committee Johnny Llalli speaks to the media before starting a dialogue...
President of the Potosi Civic Committee (COMCIPO) Johnny Llalli speaks to the media before starting a dialogue with government authorities in La Paz, Bolivia July 25, 2015. Miners from the southern Bolivian department of Potosi have been on strike for more than two weeks. They are demanding that President Evo Morales fulfill promises to build infrastructure and create jobs in their region. REUTERS/David Mercado
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJNL
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on in front of the Legislative Council...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on in front of the Legislative Council...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on in front of the Legislative Council logo as he announces his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJNI
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong walks past the Legislative Council logo...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong walks past the Legislative Council logo...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong walks past the Legislative Council logo as he leaves after announcing his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJMN
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on as he announces his resignation...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on as he announces his resignation...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong looks on as he announces his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJM6
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong bows as he announces his resignation from...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong bows as he announces his resignation from...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong bows as he announces his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJM4
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong reacts as he announces his resignation from...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong reacts as he announces his resignation from...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong reacts as he announces his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-POLITICS/
RTX1HJKZ
June 22, 2015
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong holds back his tears as he announces his...
Hong Kong, China
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong holds back his tears as he announces his...
Civic Party co-founder and pro-democracy lawmaker Ronny Tong holds back his tears as he announces his resignation from the party and the Legislative Council during a news conference at the council building in Hong Kong, China June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Bobby Yip TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-ELECTION/BODRUM
RTR3YUXO
July 16, 2014
Holidaymakers rest at a beach in the resort town of Bodrum July 14, 2014. As families splash in the sea...
Bodrum, Turkey
Holidaymakers rest at a beach in the resort town of Bodrum
Holidaymakers rest at a beach in the resort town of Bodrum July 14, 2014. As families splash in the sea and lounge in the sun, thoughts of politics and civic duty are a world away for most Turks holidaying on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. Only the most committed opponents of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan leave the beach to queue in a sweltering council building nearby to register to vote in next month's presidential election to prevent what they see as the country's slide towards authoritarianism. Thousands of people with holiday homes in the summer playgrounds of Bodrum, Cesme and Marmaris that are popular with opposition sympathisers have applied for a change of address to enable them to vote while away. Picture taken July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Tuncay Dersinlioglu//KODA Collective (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
TURKEY-ELECTION/BODRUM
RTR3YUXK
July 16, 2014
A woman walks past by a statue of modern Turkey's founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in the resort town of...
Bodrum, Turkey
A woman walks past by a statue of modern Turkey's founder Ataturk in the resort town of Bodrum
A woman walks past by a statue of modern Turkey's founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in the resort town of Bodrum July 14, 2014. As families splash in the sea and lounge in the sun, thoughts of politics and civic duty are a world away for most Turks holidaying on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. Only the most committed opponents of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan leave the beach to queue in a sweltering council building nearby to register to vote in next month's presidential election to prevent what they see as the country's slide towards authoritarianism. Thousands of people with holiday homes in the summer playgrounds of Bodrum, Cesme and Marmaris that are popular with opposition sympathisers have applied for a change of address to enable them to vote while away. Picture taken July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Tuncay Dersinlioglu//KODA Collective (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TRAVEL ELECTIONS)
BOSNIA
RTR3OIQ0
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projection are seen on the facade of the National Library during the opening ceremony in Sarajevo...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projection are seen on facade of National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo
3D mapping projection are seen on the facade of the National Library during the opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OIPT
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projections of the logo of the Sarajevo Winter Olympics are seen on the facade of the National...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projections of logo of Sarajevo Winter Olympics are seen on facade of National Library during...
3D mapping projections of the logo of the Sarajevo Winter Olympics are seen on the facade of the National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OIPL
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projections of Davorin Popovic, frontman of Bosnian rock band Indexi, are seen on the facade...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projections of Davorin Popovic, frontman of Bosnian rock band Indexi, are seen on facade of...
3D mapping projections of Davorin Popovic, frontman of Bosnian rock band Indexi, are seen on the facade of the National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OIPC
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projections of Bosnian writers ware seen on the facade of the National Library during opening...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projections of Bosnian writers ware seen on facade of National Library during opening ceremony...
3D mapping projections of Bosnian writers ware seen on the facade of the National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OIP3
May 09, 2014
A 3D mapping projection of 100 year old postcards of Sarajevo are seen on the facade of the National...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A 3D mapping projection of 100 year old postcards of Sarajevo are seen on the facade of National Library...
A 3D mapping projection of 100 year old postcards of Sarajevo are seen on the facade of the National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OIOR
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projection on National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projection on National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo
3D mapping projection on National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OIOQ
May 09, 2014
A combination picture shows various 3D mapping projections on the facade of the National Library during...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combination picture shows various 3D mapping projections on facade of National Library during the opening...
A combination picture shows various 3D mapping projections on the facade of the National Library during the opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OIJM
May 09, 2014
3D mapping projections of Nazi swastikas are seen on the National Library during opening ceremony in...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
3D mapping projections of Nazi swastikas are seen on the National Library during opening ceremony in...
3D mapping projections of Nazi swastikas are seen on the National Library during opening ceremony in Sarajevo May 9, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on Friday with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling of the besieged Bosnian capital in summer 1992.
The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of the World War One, triggered by the Sarajevo killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia on June 28, 1914. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building, a source of civic pride, was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after the World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OGKA
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows the National Library after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows the National Library after shelling in besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo, and...
A combination photo shows the National Library after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and after being renovated on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OGJW
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows the National Library after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows the National Library after shelling in besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo, and...
A combination photo shows the National Library after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and after being renovated on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OG79
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows the National Library burning after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows the burning National Library after shelling in besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo,...
A combination photo shows the National Library burning after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and after being renovated on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OG4T
May 09, 2014
A combination picture shows a horse-drawn antique tram passing by the destroyed city library in the old...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture of a horse-drawn antique tram passing by destroyed city library in old part of Sarajevo,...
A combination picture shows a horse-drawn antique tram passing by the destroyed city library in the old part of Sarajevo on November 26, 1995 (bottom), and a tram passing by the same site after renovation on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (top)/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OG10
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows the destroyed National Library hall after shelling in the besieged Bosnian...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows destroyed National Library hall after shelling in besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo,...
A combination photo shows the destroyed National Library hall after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and the same hall after its renovation on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT)
BOSNIA
RTR3OFZW
May 09, 2014
A combination picture shows a man carrying a sack of firewood across a destroyed bridge near the burnt-out...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows man carrying sack of firewood across destroyed bridge near burnt-out library in Sarajevo,...
A combination picture shows a man carrying a sack of firewood across a destroyed bridge near the burnt-out library in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on January 1, 1994 (bottom) and another man walking over the same bridge, now repaired, on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BOSNIA
RTR3OFX0
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows a woman standing in the destroyed National Library hall after shelling in the...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows a woman standing in destroyed National Library hall after shelling in besieged Bosnian...
A combination photo shows a woman standing in the destroyed National Library hall after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and the same hall after its renovation on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOSNIA/
RTR3OFVP
May 09, 2014
A combination photo shows the National Library burning after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Combo picture shows the burning National Library after shelling in besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo,...
A combination photo shows the National Library burning after shelling in the besieged Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on August 26, 1992 (bottom), and after being renovated on May 8, 2014. Sarajevo's landmark 19th century city hall-turned-National Library will re-open on May 9, 2014 with its old glory fully restored, after it was reduced to rubble by Serb shelling in the summer of 1992. The re-opening of the city's beloved Vijecnica is one in a series of events that will mark the centenary of the start of World War One, triggered by the June 28, 1914 killing of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia in Sarajevo. A graceful pseudo-Moorish building and a source of civic pride, the hall was burned out in Serb fire in August 1992, nearly 100 years after it was built. The Bosnian Serb 43-month siege of Sarajevo from 1992-95 was Europe's longest after World War Two. REUTERS/Hidajet Delic (bottom)/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTX10OQS
June 15, 2013
Rope access technicians work to complete a huge portrait of former South African President Nelson Mandela...
Cape Town, South Africa
Technicians complete portrait of Mandela on Civic Centre building in Cape Town
Rope access technicians work to complete a huge portrait of former South African President Nelson Mandela on the windows of the Civic Centre building in Cape Town, June 15, 2013. Mandela is recovering well from a lung infection which has kept him in a serious condition in hospital for a week, his grandson said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTX10OQP
June 15, 2013
Rope access technicians work to complete a huge portrait of former South African President Nelson Mandela...
Cape Town, South Africa
Technicians complete a huge portrait of Mandela on Civic Centre building in Cape Town
Rope access technicians work to complete a huge portrait of former South African President Nelson Mandela on the windows of the Civic Centre building in Cape Town, June 15, 2013. Mandela is recovering well from a lung infection which has kept him in a serious condition in hospital for a week, his grandson said on Saturday. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA-MARIJUANA/
RTXYU2V
April 21, 2013
People gather at the 4/20 pro-marijuana rally in Civic Center Park with the capitol building in the background...
Denver, UNITED STATES
People gather at the 4/20 pro-marijuana rally in Civic Center Park with the capitol building in the background...
People gather at the 4/20 pro-marijuana rally in Civic Center Park with the capitol building in the background in downtown Denver April 20, 2013. Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts gathered for an annual weekend celebration of cannabis, the first such assemblage since Colorado voters legalized the recreational use of pot last fall. Two people were shot at the rally, police said. One person was shot in the leg and another was "also down with unknown injuries," Denver police said on their Twitter page. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
EL SALVADOR
RTR3CWWO
January 25, 2013
The silhouette of a member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang is seen behind a banner as...
Barrio el Pino, El Salvador
The silhouette of a member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang is seen behind a banner as...
The silhouette of a member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang is seen behind a banner as he participates in a pledge event at the Barrio el Pino, outside San Salvador January 24, 2013. The event, sponsored by the country's Catholic Church, involves gang members who pledge to not commit violent acts in various municipalities of the country. It is held in conjunction with the church, civic organizations and government officials, marking the second phase of a truce between them and the gang which was originally signed in March 2012 in an effort to reduce violent crimes in the country. This truce has led to a dramatic decline in the number of murders committed in the country, according to local church leaders. The words on the banner read as "We (La Mara Salvatrucha MS-13) have the will, and you have the resource. Let's build peace together." REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
INDIA/
RTR2U60P
November 18, 2011
Shakeel Sheikh, 24, holding an improvised stick searches for rats with the help of a torch outside a...
Mumbai, India
Shakeel Sheikh, 24, holding an improvised stick searches for rats with the help of a torch outside a...
Shakeel Sheikh, 24, holding an improvised stick searches for rats with the help of a torch outside a residential building in Mumbai October 18, 2011. About 44 night rat killers are employed by pest control department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to kill the rodents in the city. Employees of the pest control department get a salary of 15,000 to 17,000 Indian Rupees ($294 to 333) while the contract labourers are paid 5 Indian rupees ($0.10) per rat they kill. The rat killers are expected to kill at least 30 rodents per night and hand over the carcasses to civic officials in the morning. If they fall short by even one rodent, they are expected to make it up the next night else they stand to lose a day's pay. Mumbai is the only city in the world which employs full-time night right killers. Picture taken October 18, 2011. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN
RTR2U3DL
November 16, 2011
A welcome sign is seen above a door in Perth City Hall in Perth, Scotland November 16, 2011. Local councillors...
Dunfermline, United Kingdom
A welcome sign is seen above a door in Perth City Hall in Perth
A welcome sign is seen above a door in Perth City Hall in Perth, Scotland November 16, 2011. Local councillors have approved a plan to demolish the derelict hall, and build a new civic space in its place, local media reported. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
RTR2U3DD
November 16, 2011
Pedestrians walk past Perth City Hall in Perth, Scotland November 16, 2011. Local councillors have approved...
Dunfermline, United Kingdom
Pedestrians walk past Perth City Hall in Perth, Scotland
Pedestrians walk past Perth City Hall in Perth, Scotland November 16, 2011. Local councillors have approved a plan to demolish the derelict hall, and build a new civic space in its place, local media reported. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
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