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FORD MOTOR-BRAZIL/WORKERS
RTX6Q4GJ
March 07, 2019
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Sao Bernardo Do Campo, Brazil
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest Brazil plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil March 7, 2019. The banners in the centre read: "My family depends on my job". REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FORD MOTOR-BRAZIL/WORKERS
RTX6Q2Z3
March 07, 2019
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Sao Bernardo Do Campo, Brazil
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest Brazil plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil March 7, 2019. The banner reads: "My family depends on my job". REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
FORD MOTOR-BRAZIL/WORKERS
RTX6Q2YF
March 07, 2019
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Sao Bernardo Do Campo, Brazil
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest...
Ford Motor Co employees and their families protest after the company announced the closure of its oldest Brazil plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil March 7, 2019. The banners in the centre read: "My family depends on my job". REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
FORD MOTOR-SOUTHAMERICA/
RTX6ONYL
February 26, 2019
Ford Motor Co's employees protest after the company announced the closure of oldest Brazil plant in Sao...
Sao Bernardo Do Campo, Brazil
Ford Motor Co's employees protest after the company announced the closure of oldest Brazil plant in Sao...
Ford Motor Co's employees protest after the company announced the closure of oldest Brazil plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil February 26, 2019. The banner reads "My family depends on my job". REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
USA-ENERGY
RTX1DPA6
May 19, 2015
MUSE School Co-Founders Suzy Amis Cameron and her sister Rebecca Amis, speak at a news conference announcing...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
MUSE School Co-Founders Cameron and Amis speak at a news conference announcing the installation of five...
MUSE School Co-Founders Suzy Amis Cameron and her sister Rebecca Amis, speak at a news conference announcing the installation of five solar Sun Flowers designed by her husband filmmaker James Cameron in Malibu, California May 19, 2015. Designed as functional art pieces, using existing photovoltaic technologies, the Sun Flowers produce between 75% and 90% of the campus’ power depending upon available daylight. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
USA-ENERGY
RTX1DPA3
May 19, 2015
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five...
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five solar Sun Flowers designed by her husband filmmaker James Cameron in Malibu, California May 19, 2015. Designed as functional art pieces, using existing photovoltaic technologies, the Sun Flowers produce between 75% and 90% of the campus’ power depending upon available daylight. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
USA-ENERGY
RTX1DP9Z
May 19, 2015
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five...
MUSE School Co-Founder Suzy Amis Cameron speaks at a news conference announcing the installation of five solar Sun Flowers designed by her husband filmmaker James Cameron in Malibu, California May 19, 2015. Designed as functional art pieces, using existing photovoltaic technologies, the Sun Flowers produce between 75% and 90% of the campus’ power depending upon available daylight. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453TQ
September 05, 2014
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program co-sponsored...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program in Boston...
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453T6
September 05, 2014
Ollie Rivers (R), who is homeless, jogs with Irene Almond (L), a pharmacy technician, and Billie Starks,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Rivers, who is homeless, jogs with Almond, a pharmacy technician, and Starks, a social worker and addiction...
Ollie Rivers (R), who is homeless, jogs with Irene Almond (L), a pharmacy technician, and Billie Starks, a social worker and addiction specialist, during a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led by Starks, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453SZ
September 05, 2014
Ollie Rivers (R), who is homeless, jogs with Irene Almond (L), a pharmacy technician, and Billie Starks,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Rivers, who is homeless, jogs with Almond, a pharmacy technician, and Starks, a social worker and addiction...
Ollie Rivers (R), who is homeless, jogs with Irene Almond (L), a pharmacy technician, and Billie Starks, a social worker and addiction specialist, during a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led by Starks, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTR453SC
September 05, 2014
Donna Forley (L) and Gerardo Valentin, who are homeless, participate in a morning walking and running...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Forley and Valentin, who are homeless, participate in a morning walking and running program in Boston...
Donna Forley (L) and Gerardo Valentin, who are homeless, participate in a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453S0
September 05, 2014
Donna Forley, who is homeless, rests with a cup of water after participating in a morning walking and...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Forley, who is homeless, rests with a cup of water after participating in a morning walking and running...
Donna Forley, who is homeless, rests with a cup of water after participating in a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453RQ
September 05, 2014
Ollie Rivers (L), who is homeless, and Billie Starks, a social worker and addiction specialist, participate...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Rivers, who is homeless, and Starks, a social worker and addiction specialist, participate in a morning...
Ollie Rivers (L), who is homeless, and Billie Starks, a social worker and addiction specialist, participate in a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led by Starks, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453R2
September 05, 2014
Social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks (R) congratulates Denise Ryan, who is homeless,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Social worker and addiction specialist Starks congratulates Ryan, who is homeless, after they completed...
Social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks (R) congratulates Denise Ryan, who is homeless, after they completed a morning walking and running session co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led by Starks, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453QO
September 05, 2014
Social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks (R) leads a group of homeless men and women on a...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Social worker and addiction specialist Starks leads a group of homeless men and women on a morning walking...
Social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks (R) leads a group of homeless men and women on a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led by Starks, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453QF
September 05, 2014
Gerardo Valentin (C), who is homeless, huddles with other homeless men and women and social workers for...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Valentin, who is homeless, huddles with other homeless men and women and social workers for a morning...
Gerardo Valentin (C), who is homeless, huddles with other homeless men and women and social workers for a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-ODDLY/
RTR453Q6
September 05, 2014
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program co-sponsored...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program in Boston...
Homeless men and women huddle up with social workers for a morning walking and running program co-sponsored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Back On My Feet program in Boston, Massachusetts September 5, 2014. Participants in the informal group, led social worker and addiction specialist Billie Starks from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, meet three mornings a week to jog or walk together, depending on their abilities. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ISRAEL-CARS/FUELS
RTX16T8O
December 24, 2013
Mirrors, used by Israeli start-up NewCO2fuel which reflect sunlight back up to a reflector (unseen) to...
Rehovot, Israel
Mirrors used by Israeli start-up NewCO2fuel are seen at the Weizmann Institute of Science, in the central...
Mirrors, used by Israeli start-up NewCO2fuel which reflect sunlight back up to a reflector (unseen) to make a useful fuel gas mixture called syngas, which can be made into methanol, an alternative fuel for vehicles, are seen at the Weizmann Institute of Science, in the central town of Rehovot near Tel Aviv December 8, 2013. Israel has inaugurated a new programme to find cheaper and more environmentally friendly fuels. The goal is to decrease dependence on oil in transportation by 60 percent by 2025, one of the most aggressive such programmes in the world. Picture taken December 8, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: ENERGY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT)
PALESTINIANS-HITECH/
RTXYP7H
April 17, 2013
An employee works on a computer at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
An employee works on a computer at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank...
An employee works on a computer at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank city of Nablus, April 8, 2013. Fledgling Palestinian high-tech firms hope they can now help revitalise the economy, making the West Bank more resistant to Israeli controls on land and the movement of goods and people and less dependent on fickle foreign aid flows, which are blighting the public sector. Picture taken April 8, 2013. To match Feature PALESTINIANS-HITECH/ REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS POLITICS)
PALESTINIANS-HITECH/
RTXYP7G
April 17, 2013
An employee stands in front of a file cabinet at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
An employee stands in front of a file cabinet at an e-commerce firm in Nablus
An employee stands in front of a file cabinet at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank city of Nablus April 8, 2013. Fledgling Palestinian high-tech firms hope they can now help revitalise the economy, making the West Bank more resistant to Israeli controls on land and the movement of goods and people and less dependent on fickle foreign aid flows, which are blighting the public sector. Picture taken April 8, 2013. To match Feature PALESTINIANS-HITECH/ REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS POLITICS)
PALESTINIANS-HITECH/
RTXYP7F
April 17, 2013
Employees work at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank city of Nablus April...
Nablus, Palestinian Territories
Employees work at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank city of Nablus
Employees work at Isra Software & Computer Co., an e-commerce firm in the West Bank city of Nablus April 8, 2013. Fledgling Palestinian high-tech firms hope they can now help revitalise the economy, making the West Bank more resistant to Israeli controls on land and the movement of goods and people and less dependent on fickle foreign aid flows, which are blighting the public sector. Picture taken April 8, 2013. To match Feature PALESTINIANS-HITECH/ REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS POLITICS)
JORDAN-ENERGY/
RTXY6UD
April 03, 2013
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of...
Zarqa, Jordan
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of...
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of Zarqa, 25 km (15 miles) northeast of Amman April 2, 2013. Dependent now on costly diesel and fuel oil, Jordan is considering wider electricity rationing and is preparing a hike in electricity prices in June, a politically fraught move in a country which saw street protests last year over fuel subsidy cuts imposed as a condition for a $2 billion IMF loan. Picture taken April 2, 2013. To match Feature JORDAN-ENERGY/ REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
JORDAN-ENERGY/
RTXY6UC
April 03, 2013
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of...
Zarqa, Jordan
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of...
A general view shows Central Electricity Generating Co., Hussein Thermal Power Station in the city of Zarqa, 25 km (15 miles) northeast of Amman April 2, 2013. Dependent now on costly diesel and fuel oil, Jordan is considering wider electricity rationing and is preparing a hike in electricity prices in June, a politically fraught move in a country which saw street protests last year over fuel subsidy cuts imposed as a condition for a $2 billion IMF loan. Picture taken April 2, 2013. To match Feature JORDAN-ENERGY/ REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
US-JAPAN-NUCLEAR-TABOO/
RTR2WW8X
January 26, 2012
A man uses a mobile phone during a snowfall at Wakasa-Hongo station in Ohi town, near Kansai Electric...
OHI TOWN, Japan
A man uses a mobile phone during a snowfall at Wakasa-Hongo station in Ohi town
A man uses a mobile phone during a snowfall at Wakasa-Hongo station in Ohi town, near Kansai Electric Power Co's Ohi nuclear power plant in Fukui prefecture January 26, 2012. Japan's nuclear disaster has eroded trust in utilities and shown residents of the rural, mountainous region of Fukui the risk of radiation, but a dependence on atomic plants for jobs and funds means speaking out against them is taboo. Nestled on the Wakasa Bay in central Japan, the town of Ohi -- lashed this week by a snowstorm that has blanketed much of northern Japan -- hosts four of the nuclear reactors that dot the coast of Fukui prefecture, known as the "Atomic Arcade" because it has more reactors than any other area in Japan. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: ENERGY DISASTER POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-NPC/XINJIANG
RTR2JLCO
March 08, 2011
Traditionally dressed delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start...
Beijing, China
Traditionally dressed delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start...
Traditionally dressed delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with representatives from the National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 8, 2011. China must apply the lessons of the Middle East unrest to its mostly Muslim dominated province of far western Xinjiang, its top official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief last year, said on Tuesday. He added that he was confident the region would remain stable, but this depended on ensuring everyone benefited from the country's stellar economic growth, a key government strategy to co-opting its people. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
CHINA-NPC/XINJIANG
RTR2JLCL
March 08, 2011
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with...
Beijing, China
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with...
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with representatives from the National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 8, 2011. China must apply the lessons of the Middle East unrest to its mostly Muslim dominated province of far western Xinjiang, its top official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief last year, said on Tuesday. He added that he was confident the region would remain stable, but this depended on ensuring everyone benefited from the country's stellar economic growth, a key government strategy to co-opting its people. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
CHINA-NPC/XINJIANG
RTR2JLCJ
March 08, 2011
Top Chinese official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief, drinks a cup of tea...
Beijing, China
Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief, drinks a cup of tea before the meeting between...
Top Chinese official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief, drinks a cup of tea before the meeting between the Xinjiang provincial delegation and representatives from the National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 8, 2011. Zhang said that China must apply the lessons of the Middle East unrest to its mostly Muslim dominated province of far western Xinjiang, adding that he was confident the region would remain stable, but this depended on ensuring everyone benefited from the country's stellar economic growth, a key government strategy to co-opting its people. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
CHINA-NPC/XINJIANG
RTR2JLCD
March 08, 2011
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with...
Beijing, China
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with...
Delegates from the Xinjiang provincial delegation sit together before the start of their meeting with representatives from the National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 8, 2011. China must apply the lessons of the Middle East unrest to its mostly Muslim dominated province of far western Xinjiang, its top official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief last year, said on Tuesday. He added that he was confident the region would remain stable, but this depended on ensuring everyone benefited from the country's stellar economic growth, a key government strategy to co-opting its people. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
CHINA-NPC/XINJIANG
RTR2JLCC
March 08, 2011
A delegate from the Xinjiang provincial delegation is seen before the start of their meeting with representatives...
Beijing, China
A delegate from the Xinjiang provincial delegation is seen before the start of their meeting with representatives...
A delegate from the Xinjiang provincial delegation is seen before the start of their meeting with representatives from the National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 8, 2011. China must apply the lessons of the Middle East unrest to its mostly Muslim dominated province of far western Xinjiang, its top official Zhang Chunxian, appointed Xinjiang's Communist Party chief last year, said on Tuesday. He added that he was confident the region would remain stable, but this depended on ensuring everyone benefited from the country's stellar economic growth, a key government strategy to co-opting its people. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR2G3WU
July 05, 2010
Workers rest during a strike at Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co Ltd in Nansha, Guangdong province in this...
NANSHA, China
To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/
Workers rest during a strike at Denso (Guangzhou Nansha) Co Ltd in Nansha, Guangdong province in this June 23, 2010 file photo. China may be "the workshop of the world", but young rural migrant workers are less accepting than their parents were of life in the factories -- low pay, gruelling hours, and sometimes martial workplace rules. A spate of worker suicides at the tightly guarded factories that make gadgets for Apple and other electronics companies has also highlighted their plight, becoming a cause celebre for migrant workers who followed the stories online -- as well as an embarrassment to the foreign companies that depend on the plants. To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/Files (CHINA CONFLICT - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) CONFLICT)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR2G3WO
July 05, 2010
Employees work along a production line in Suzhou Etron Electronics Co. Ltd's factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu...
Jiangsu, China
To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/
Employees work along a production line in Suzhou Etron Electronics Co. Ltd's factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu province in this June 8, 2010 file photo. China may be "the workshop of the world", but young rural migrant workers are less accepting than their parents were of life in the factories -- low pay, gruelling hours, and sometimes martial workplace rules. A spate of worker suicides at the tightly guarded factories that make gadgets for Apple and other electronics companies has also highlighted their plight, becoming a cause celebre for migrant workers who followed the stories online -- as well as an embarrassment to the foreign companies that depend on the plants. To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/Aly Song/Files (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR2G3WN
July 05, 2010
An employee looks up while working along a production line in Suzhou Etron Electronics Co. Ltd's factory...
Jiangsu, China
To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/
An employee looks up while working along a production line in Suzhou Etron Electronics Co. Ltd's factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu province in this June 8, 2010 file photo. China may be "the workshop of the world", but young rural migrant workers are less accepting than their parents were of life in the factories -- low pay, gruelling hours, and sometimes martial workplace rules. A spate of worker suicides at the tightly guarded factories that make gadgets for Apple and other electronics companies has also highlighted their plight, becoming a cause celebre for migrant workers who followed the stories online -- as well as an embarrassment to the foreign companies that depend on the plants. To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-LABOUR/
RTR2G3WM
July 05, 2010
An employee eats lunch at a workers' canteen in Su Yin Denim Co. Ltd. in Jiangyin, Jiangsu province in...
JIANGYIN, China
To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/
An employee eats lunch at a workers' canteen in Su Yin Denim Co. Ltd. in Jiangyin, Jiangsu province in this June 7, 2010 file photo. China may be "the workshop of the world", but young rural migrant workers are less accepting than their parents were of life in the factories -- low pay, gruelling hours, and sometimes martial workplace rules. A spate of worker suicides at the tightly guarded factories that make gadgets for Apple and other electronics companies has also highlighted their plight, becoming a cause celebre for migrant workers who followed the stories online -- as well as an embarrassment to the foreign companies that depend on the plants. To match SPECIAL REPORT CHINA-LABOUR/ REUTERS/Aly Song/Files (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FASHION EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
GM/VOLT
RTR28MXW
January 07, 2010
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre talks to the media about the automakers' first...
BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
General Motors Chairman and CEO Whitacre talks to the media during a news conference in Michigan
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre talks to the media about the automakers' first assembled lithium-ion battery for the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle during a news conference in Brownstown Township, Michigan January 7, 2010. General Motors Co showed off the first battery pack for its electric Chevy Volt on Thursday with a ceremony that highlighted the automaker's dependence on U.S. government financing for its revival plans. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GM/VOLT
RTR28MXU
January 07, 2010
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre talks to the media about the automakers' first...
BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
General Motors Chairman and CEO Whitacre talks to the media during a news conference in Michigan
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre talks to the media about the automakers' first assembled lithium-ion battery for the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle during a news conference in Brownstown Township, Michigan January 7, 2010. General Motors Co showed off the first battery pack for its electric Chevy Volt on Thursday with a ceremony that highlighted the automaker's dependence on U.S. government financing for its revival plans. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
GM/VOLT
RTR28MXS
January 07, 2010
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre (C), U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu (4th...
BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
General Motors Chairman and CEO Whitacre, US Secretary of Energy Chu and Michigan Governor Granholm pose...
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre (C), U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu (4th L), Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm (3rd R) and other dignitaries pose by the automakers' first assembled lithium-ion battery for the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle during a news conference in Brownstown Township, Michigan January 7, 2010. General Motors Co showed off the first battery pack for its electric Chevy Volt on Thursday with a ceremony that highlighted the automaker's dependence on U.S. government financing for its revival plans. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
GM/VOLT
RTR28MXM
January 07, 2010
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre (C), U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu (3rd...
BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES
General Motors Chairman and CEO Whitacre, US Secretary of Energy Chu and Michigan Governor Granholm pose...
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Ed Whitacre (C), U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu (3rd L), Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm (3rd R) and other dignitaries pose by the automakers' first assembled lithium-ion battery for the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle during a news conference in Brownstown Township, Michigan January 7, 2010. General Motors Co showed off the first battery pack for its electric Chevy Volt on Thursday with a ceremony that highlighted the automaker's dependence on U.S. government financing for its revival plans. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA-RENEWABLES
RTXRIY9
December 06, 2009
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle...
Tianjin, China
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle...
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle Co. Ltd. factory in Tianjin municipality November 20, 2009. China's renewable energy strategy through 2050 envisions renewable energy making up one-third of its energy consumption by then, the China Daily said, as the upcoming Copenhagen conference on climate change highlights the world's dependence on fossil fuels. Picture taken November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent Du (CHINA ENERGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CHINA-RENEWABLES
RTXRIY7
December 06, 2009
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle...
Tianjin, China
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle...
An employee inspects an electric car to be exported to the U.S. at a Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle Co. Ltd. factory in Tianjin municipality November 20, 2009. China's renewable energy strategy through 2050 envisions renewable energy making up one-third of its energy consumption by then, the China Daily said, as the upcoming Copenhagen conference on climate change highlights the world's dependence on fossil fuels. Picture taken November 20, 2009. REUTERS/Vincent Du (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
GERMANY
RTXQVI8
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
GERMANY
RTXQVI3
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
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November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine is silhouetted as he makes a speech during...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine is silhouetted as he makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine is silhouetted as he makes a speech during...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine is silhouetted as he makes a speech during a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVD5
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAX
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAV
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAS
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine (L) and conservative Christian Democratic...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke and federal prime minister of the Saar region Mueller attend a meeting of the...
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine (L) and conservative Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) federal prime minister of the Saar region, Peter Mueller shake hands before a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVAQ
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAM
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAK
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAJ
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine (lower L) is surrounded by media as he...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke arrives for a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine (lower L) is surrounded by media as he arrives for a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-LAFONTAINE/
RTXQVAI
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVAH
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVAE
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVAB
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVAA
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
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RTXQVA9
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTXQVA8
November 18, 2009
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament...
Saarbruecken, Germany
Lafontaine of Die Linke attends a meeting of the state parliament of Saarland in Saarbruecken
Co-leader of the left-wing "Die Linke" party Oskar Lafontaine attends a meeting of the state parliament of western state of Germany Saarland in Saarbruecken, November 18, 2009. Lafontaine, 66, a former German finance minister who helped turn the Left party into a national political force after leaving the Social Democrats (SPD) in 2005, said on Tuesday he has cancer and will undergo surgery. He did not provide any details about the cancer. In a written statement, he said he would decide at the start of 2010 about his political future, depending on his health and in consultation with doctors. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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