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CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTS28ITA
December 02, 2018
A building is pictured through trees amid heave smog on a polluted day in Beijing, China December 2,...
Beijing, China
Building is pictured through trees amid heave smog on a polluted day in Beijing
A building is pictured through trees amid heave smog on a polluted day in Beijing, China December 2, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ACCORD
RTS28IC4
December 02, 2018
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December...
Sofia, Bulgaria
General view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ACCORD
RTS28IC3
December 02, 2018
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December...
Sofia, Bulgaria
General view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ACCORD
RTS28IC1
December 02, 2018
A general view shows the city of Sofia, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan...
Sofia, Bulgaria
General view shows the city of Sofia
A general view shows the city of Sofia, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ACCORD
RTS28IBZ
December 02, 2018
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December...
Sofia, Bulgaria
General view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog
A general view shows the city of Sofia covered in smog, Bulgaria, December 1, 2018. Picture taken December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTS27Q5F
November 27, 2018
The Thames Barrier fades into early morning fog on the Thames, in London, Britain, November 27, 2019....
London, United Kingdom
The Thames Barrier fades into early morning fog on the Thames, in London
The Thames Barrier fades into early morning fog on the Thames, in London, Britain, November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Steven Watt
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTS27Q40
November 27, 2018
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London, Britain, November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Toby...
London, United Kingdom
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London, Britain, November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTS27Q3Z
November 27, 2018
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London, Britain, November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Toby...
London, United Kingdom
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London
The Houses of Parliament are seen on a foggy morning in London, Britain, November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
NEPAL-DAILYLIFE/
RTS27P4Q
November 27, 2018
Trees are silhouetted at sunrise during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur, Nepal November...
LALITPUR, Nepal
Trees are silhouetted at sunrise during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur
Trees are silhouetted at sunrise during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur, Nepal November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-DAILYLIFE/
RTS27P4H
November 27, 2018
A man carrying hay stacks walks along the field during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A man carrying hay stacks walks along the field during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur
A man carrying hay stacks walks along the field during a foggy winter morning at Khokana in Lalitpur, Nepal November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
UKRAINE-WEATHER/
RTS27NP7
November 26, 2018
Snow covered trees are seen in fog in central Kiev, Ukraine November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich...
Kiev, Ukraine
Snow covered trees are seen in fog in central Kiev
Snow covered trees are seen in fog in central Kiev, Ukraine November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-WEATHER/
RTS27NP3
November 26, 2018
A pigeon flies in fog at a park in central Kiev, Ukraine November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Kiev, Ukraine
A pigeon flies in fog at a park in central Kiev
A pigeon flies in fog at a park in central Kiev, Ukraine November 26, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
USA-TRUMP/PROTESTS
RTX2TON5
November 15, 2016
A faded sticker of former Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is seen on a protester's box...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A faded sticker of former Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is seen on a protester's box...
A faded sticker of former Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is seen on a protester's box during a demonstration against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President of the United States in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Makela
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SSEH
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing next to a statue on the Alexander III bridge, in a dim red colour, is covered by...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing next to a statue on the Alexander III bridge in Paris
The Moon, appearing next to a statue on the Alexander III bridge, in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SSAT
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SSAG
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SS9C
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SS9B
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SS9A
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during...
The Moon, appearing next to the Eiffel Tower in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SS98
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
LUNAR-ECLIPSE/SUPERMOON
RTX1SS90
September 28, 2015
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
Paris, France
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse...
The Moon, appearing in a dim red colour, is covered by the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse over Paris, France September 28, 2015. Sky-watchers around the world were treated when the shadow of Earth cast a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTX1PQO7
August 26, 2015
Wayde Van Niekerk of South Africa fades after winning the men's 400m final during the 15th IAAF World...
Beijing, China
Van Niekerk of South Africa fades after winning the men's 400m final during the 15th IAAF World Championships...
Wayde Van Niekerk of South Africa fades after winning the men's 400m final during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in Beijing, China August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-TSUNAMI/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4IMTB
December 19, 2014
Tourists walk behind a faded sign warning of tsunami hazard in Khao Lak, Phang Nga province December...
Khao Lak, Thailand
Tourists walk behind a faded sign warning of tsunami hazard in Khao Lak
Tourists walk behind a faded sign warning of tsunami hazard in Khao Lak, Phang Nga province December 15, 2014. Ahead of the anniversary of the 2004 tsunami, experts and officials say key weaknesses remain across the region in the system designed to warn people of the next disaster, and get them to safety. Thailand prepares to mark the tenth anniversary of the 2004 tsunami, the deadliest on the record, that killed at least 226,000 people in 13 Asian and African countries. In Thailand, over 5300 people were killed, including several thousand foreign tourists, when the waves swamped six coastal provinces, turning some of the world's most beautiful beaches into mass graves. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)


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PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJZ9
October 18, 2010
A child's slipper selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A child's slipper selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 11, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 11, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJZ7
October 18, 2010
Items selected for phthalate level testing are seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
Items selected for phthalate level testing are seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin in this combination of four pictures taken October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJZ5
October 18, 2010
A child's shoe selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A child's shoe selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJZ3
October 18, 2010
Plastic bands selected for phthalate level testing are seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
Plastic bands selected for phthalate level testing are seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJZ2
October 18, 2010
A toothbrush selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A toothbrush selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJYY
October 18, 2010
A child's shoe selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A child's shoe selected for phthalate level testing is seen during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJYX
October 18, 2010
A technician takes a sample from a rubber band to measure how much phthalates it contains during a demonstration...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A technician takes a sample from a rubber band to measure how much phthalates it contains during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJYW
October 18, 2010
A technician takes a sample from a toothbrush to measure how much of phthalates it contains during a...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A technician takes a sample from a toothbrush to measure how much of phthalates it contains during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJYU
October 18, 2010
A technician takes a sample from a rubber band to measure how much of phthalates it contains during a...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A technician takes a sample from a rubber band to measure how much of phthalates it contains during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
PLASTICS-HEALTH
RTXTJYR
October 18, 2010
A technician takes a sample from a child's plastic shoe to measure how much of phthalates it contains...
Berlin, Germany
To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/
A technician takes a sample from a child's plastic shoe to measure how much of phthalates it contains during a demonstration at a laboratory in Berlin October 8, 2010. Phthalates are a range of chemicals regularly used to make plastics more flexible. In recent decades these colourless, odourless chemicals - there are about 25 common types - have permeated the very fabric of our society, right down to the shoes on our feet. They are in the air we breathe and the paint on our office walls, they soften the vinyl floors of kitchens and bathrooms, they put the flex in our shower curtains and electric cables. A report published last week by a consortium of 140 environment groups shows that these potentially risky chemicals are present in dozens of everyday plastic items for sale by European retailers -- from shoes to erasers, from pencil cases to sex toys. Picture taken October 8, 2010. To match Special Report PLASTICS-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLIS
RTR1QRS7
June 14, 2007
Light filters into one of the hospital buildings on Ellis Island, which is being restored before being...
ELLIS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLIS
Light filters into one of the hospital buildings on Ellis Island, which is being restored before being opened to the public, June 12, 2007. Ellis Island, once the gateway to America for millions of immigrants, is having a make-over after years of neglect that nearly allowed nature to destroy a national treasure. To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLIS REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND
RTR1QRRW
June 13, 2007
Light filters through a boarded up window into a patients room in one of the hospital buildings on Ellis...
ELLIS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND
Light filters through a boarded up window into a patients room in one of the hospital buildings on Ellis Island which are being restored June 12, 2007. To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND
RTR1QRRU
June 13, 2007
Light filters through boarded up windows into one of the hospital buildings on Ellis Island June 12,...
ELLIS ISLAND, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND
Light filters through boarded up windows into one of the hospital buildings on Ellis Island June 12, 2007. To match feature USA-IMMIGRATION/ELLISISLAND REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ/
RTR1M3B5
February 07, 2007
An Iraqi soldier uses a pair of binoculars aboard a tank at a checkpoint in Baghdad February 7, 2007....
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi soldier uses a pair of binoculars aboard a tank at a checkpoint in Baghdad
An Iraqi soldier uses a pair of binoculars aboard a tank at a checkpoint in Baghdad February 7, 2007. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ)
KATRINA
RTRMT5T
September 06, 2005
A statue of Virgin Mary stands amid the debris and damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in Clermont, Mississippi...
Clermont, USA
Statue of Virgin Mary stands amid debris and damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in Clermont, Mississippi....
A statue of Virgin Mary stands amid the debris and damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in Clermont, Mississippi September 6, 2005. President George W. Bush, facing a political crisis amid the outcry over the sluggish federal response to the crisis, promised Katrina victims in Louisiana and Mississippi on Monday the country would "do what it takes" to help people get back on their feet. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/VP
GEORGIA
RTR6ZSU
November 18, 2003
A white pigeon flies over a rally of supporters of the Georgian
President Eduard Shevardnadze in central...
Tbilisi, Georgia
PIGEON FLIES OVER RALLY OF SUPPORTERS OF GEORGIAN PRESIDENT
SHEVARDNADZE IN TBILISI.
A white pigeon flies over a rally of supporters of the Georgian
President Eduard Shevardnadze in central Tbilisi, November 18, 2003.
Allies of Shevardnadze bussed in thousands of people and held a
colourless rally outside parliament to try to shore up his rule against
opposition pressure for his resignation. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili

AS/AA
GEORGIA
RTR6ZSM
November 18, 2003
A supporter of the Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze waves
national flag during a rally in central...
Tbilisi, Georgia
SUPPORTER OF GEORGIAN PRESIDENT SHEVARDNADZE WAVES NATIONAL FLAG DURING
RALLY IN TBILISI.
A supporter of the Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze waves
national flag during a rally in central Tbilisi, November 18, 2003.
Allies of Shevardnadze bussed in thousands of people and held a
colourless rally outside parliament to try to shore up his rule against
opposition pressure for his resignation. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

AS/AA
GEORGIA
RTR6ZSC
November 18, 2003
Supporter of the Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze shouts during a
rally in central Tbilisi, November...
Tbilisi, Georgia
SUPPORTER OF GEORGIAN PRESIDENT SHEVARDNADZE SHOUTS DURING RALLY IN
TBILISI.
Supporter of the Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze shouts during a
rally in central Tbilisi, November 18, 2003. Allies of Shevardnadze
bussed in thousands of people and held a colourless rally outside
parliament to try to shore up his rule against opposition pressure for
his resignation. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

AS/AA
TAIWAN
RTR11RO
July 27, 2003
The world's first glowing transgenic fish, nicknamed "Night Peral",
developed by a Taiwan company is...
Taipei, Taiwan
THE WORLD'S FIRST GLOWING TRANSGENIC FISH DISPLAY AT THE BIOTAIWAN
EXHIBITION IN TAIPEI.
The world's first glowing transgenic fish, nicknamed "Night Peral",
developed by a Taiwan company is shown at the BioTaiwan exhibition in Taipei
July 27, 2003. The Taiwan developers injected the green fluorescent
jellyfish gene into the embryo of the ricefish to make the colourless
freshwater fish glow in the dark. Environmentalists fear the genetically
engineered fish could pose a threat to the earth's ecosystem. Picture taken
July 27. REUTERS/Richard Chung PP03080024

RC/FA
GERMANY LIBERALS
RTR91KL
August 05, 2002
Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the German Free Democratic Party (FDP)
pushes water off an awning in...
Schwerin, Germany
GERMAN FREE DEMOCRATIC PARTY LEADER WESTERWELLE PUSHES WATER OFF AWNING
IN SCHWERIN.
Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the German Free Democratic Party (FDP)
pushes water off an awning in front of his election campaign bus in
Schwerin in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern state August 5, 2002. Westerwelle, a
smooth-talking lawyer who ousted the colourless Wolfgang Gerhardt as
leader of the business-friendly party in January last year, is on a
six-week meet-the-people tour of Germany in a specially-converted U.S.
Winnebago camper. FOR USE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-GERMANY-LIBERALS
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

AKW
GERMANY LIBERALS
RTR91K6
August 05, 2002
The election campaign bus of Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the German
Free Democratic Party (FDP) is...
Schwerin, Germany
ELECTION CAMPAIGN BUS OF GERMAN FREE DEMOCRATIC PARTY LEADER
WESTERWELLE IS SEEN IN SCHWERIN.
The election campaign bus of Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the German
Free Democratic Party (FDP) is seen in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's capital
Schwerin August 5, 2002. Westerwelle, a smooth-talking lawyer who
ousted the colourless Wolfgang Gerhardt as leader of the
business-friendly party in January last year, is on a six-week
meet-the-people tour of Germany in a specially-converted U.S.Winnebago
camper. FOR USE WITH GENERAL FEATURE BC-GERMANY-LIBERALS BY EMMA
THOMASSON REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

AKW
AZNAR
RTXJLQL
March 12, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar gives his vote to an electoral officer next to his wife Ana Botella...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar gives his vote to an electoral officer next to his wife Ana .....
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar gives his vote to an electoral officer next to his wife Ana Botella as they vote in general elections at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Aznar -- once dismissed as too colourless to last -- tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25ZB
March 12, 2000
A banner reading "Abstention" in Euskera (Basque language) hangs at the central plaza in the Basque town...
Hernani, Spain - Kingdom of
BANNER CALLING FOR ABSTENTION IN GENERAL ELECTION.
A banner reading "Abstention" in Euskera (Basque language) hangs at the central plaza in the Basque town of Hernani March 12 as a reminder that Basque separatist group ETA and its political allies have called to boycott the ballot box. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES/CLH/
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25ME
March 12, 2000
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12....
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH OPPOSITION CANDIDATE ALMUNIA VOTES IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25LS
March 12, 2000
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia talks to reporters after voting at a Madrid school...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH OPPOSITION CANDIDATE ALMUNIA TALKS AFTER VOTING IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia talks to reporters after voting at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25KV
March 12, 2000
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia waves to cheering bystanders after voting at a...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH OPPOSITION CANDIDATE ALMUNIA WAVES AFTER VOTING IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia waves to cheering bystanders after voting at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25KO
March 12, 2000
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia smiles as he casts his ballot at a Madrid school...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH OPPOSITION CANDIDATE ALMUNIA VOTES IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia smiles as he casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25K8
March 12, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar waves to bystanders as he leaves a Madrid school after voting...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH PRIME MINISTER AZNAR WAVES TO BYSTANDERS AFTER VOTING IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar waves to bystanders as he leaves a Madrid school after voting in general elections March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25JV
March 12, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar gives his vote to an electoral officer next to his wife Ana Botella...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH PRIME MINISTER AZNAR AND WIFE VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar gives his vote to an electoral officer next to his wife Ana Botella as they vote in general elections at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last - tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25JR
March 12, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and his wife Ana Botella stretch out to shake hands with electoral...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH PRIME MINISTER AZNAR AND WIFE VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and his wife Ana Botella stretch out to shake hands with electoral officers before casting their votes in general elections at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last - tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
SPAIN ELECTION
RTR25J1
March 12, 2000
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar carries his ballots in one hand and his I.D. card in the other...
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH PRIME MINISTER AZNAR VOTES IN GENERAL ELECTION.
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar carries his ballots in one hand and his I.D. card in the other as he arrives to a Madrid school to vote in general elections March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Aznar - once dismissed as too colourless to last-tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.

ES
ALMUNIA
RTXJLQQ
March 11, 2000
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12....
Madrid, Spain
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12......
Spanish opposition Socialist candidate Joaquin Almunia casts his ballot at a Madrid school March 12. Spaniards went to the polls for a general election with Prime [Minister Jose Maria Aznar] --once dismissed as too colourless to last-- tipped by opinion polls to win a second, four-year term.
TAIWAN
RTROO6
January 27, 2000
Taiwan Vice President Lien Chan (L) and his running mate Premier Vincent Siew show a presidential candidate...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN VICE PRESIDENT LIEN CHAN AND PREMIER VINCENT SIEW SHOW A APPLICATION FORM IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan Vice President Lien Chan (L) and his running mate Premier Vincent Siew show a presidential candidate application form after officially registering Chan's candidacy at the Central Election Commission January 27. Though Lien's ticket is backed by President Lee Teng-hui and Taiwan's powerful ruling Nationalist Party, he is dogged by a reputation for being stiff and colourless and has lagged in public opinion polls behind James Soong, who broke with the Nationalists to run as an independent, and Chen Shui-bian, candidate of the Democratic Progressive Party.

SK/PB
TAIWAN
RTR59W
January 07, 2000
A cheerteam of the ruling Nationalist Party practises for the upcoming presidential campaign rally in...
Taipei, Taiwan
A CHEERING TEAM PRACTISES FOR THE NATIONALIST PARTY CAMPAIGN RALLY IN TAIPEI.
A cheerteam of the ruling Nationalist Party practises for the upcoming presidential campaign rally in Taipei for Taiwan Vice President Lien Chan and the Premier Vincent Siew (R), whose images loom in the background January 7. Though Lien's ticket is backed by President Lee Teng-hui and Taiwan's powerful ruling Nationalist Party, he is dogged by a reputation for being stiff and colourless and has lagged in public opinion polls behind James Soong, who broke with the Nationalists to run as an independent, and Chen Shui-bian, candidate of the Democratic Progressive Party.

JKP/CC
TAIWAN
RTR59C
January 07, 2000
A cheerleader smiles as she is hoisted by colleagues on January 7 during a practice for the upcoming...
Taipei, Taiwan
A CHEERLEADER PRACTICES NEAR POSTER OF LIEN CHAN IN TAIPEI.
A cheerleader smiles as she is hoisted by colleagues on January 7 during a practice for the upcoming presidential campaign rally in Taipei for Taiwan Vice President Lien Chan, whose image looms in the background. Though Lien's ticket is backed by President Lee Teng-hui and Taiwan's powerful ruling Nationalist Party, he is dogged by a reputation for being stiff and colourless and has lagged in public opinion polls behind James Soong, who broke with the Nationalists to run as an independent, and Chen Shui-bian, candidate of the Democratic Progressive Party.

JKP/CC
CHINA
RTXIYWO
May 09, 1999
Chinese read newspapers on display outside the American embassy compound May 9, which condemn NATO's...
Beijing, China
Chinese read newspapers on display outside the American embassy compound May 9, which condemn NATO's.....
Chinese read newspapers on display outside the American embassy compound May 9, which condemn NATO's bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. Chinese newspapers, usually dry and colourless, burst into tabloid-style print with news of the bombing, fanning public anger by declaring the strike a deliberate act of aggression against China by U.S. - led NATO forces. One paper linked the bombing to what many Chinese believe is a calculated strategy to bully and isolate their country.
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YUGOSLAVIA CHINA MEDIA
RTROZ4E
May 09, 1999
Chinese read newspapers on display outside the American embassy compound May 9, which condemn NATO's...
Beijing, China
CHINESE READ NEWSPAPERS OUTSIDE AMERICAN EMBASSY COMPOUND IN BEIJING.
Chinese read newspapers on display outside the American embassy compound May 9, which condemn NATO's bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. Chinese newspapers, usually dry and colourless, burst into tabloid-style print with news of the bombing, fanning public anger by declaring the strike a deliberate act of aggression against China by U.S. - led NATO forces. One paper linked the bombing to what many Chinese believe is a calculated strategy to bully and isolate their country.

NB/CC
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