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VENEZUELA-POLITICS/MALNUTRITION
RTX6NXR6
February 22, 2019
Yaneidi Guzman, 38, combs her daughter's hair, at home in Caracas, Venezuela, March 19, 2018. Guzman...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Malnourished Venezuelans hope urgently needed aid arrives soon
Yaneidi Guzman, 38, combs her daughter's hair, at home in Caracas, Venezuela, March 19, 2018. Guzman has lost a third of her weight over the past three years as Venezuela's economic collapse made food unaffordable and she now hopes the opposition will succeed in bringing urgently needed foreign aid. She is one of many Venezuelans suffering from malnutrition. "It's not that I want to be rich, or a millionaire", Guzman said. "But I do want to give my children a good future, to make sure I can take them to the doctors when they get ill... and that they eat well." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "RAWLINS GUZMAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BRITAIN-AFRICA/CHURCHES
RTS2D16W
January 31, 2019
A worshipper combs his hair before attending Sunday service at the New Jerusalem Parish, a celestial...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: African churches boom in London's backstreets
A worshipper combs his hair before attending Sunday service at the New Jerusalem Parish, a celestial Christian church in London, Britain, April 22, 2018. The church is based in a former warehouse in the New Cross area of south London, just off the Old Kent Road. The Sunday service which lasts for several hours is attended by worshippers mainly of Nigerian descent who travel from all over London. REUTERS/Simon Dawson SEARCH "AFRICA CHURCHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
PALESTINIANS-SOCIETY/
RTX44HQS
January 04, 2018
Ezzeya Daraghmeh, an 82-year-old Palestinian woman who said she has kept parts of her hair she cut over...
Tubas, Palestinian Territories
Ezzeya Daraghmeh, an 82-year-old Palestinian woman who said she has kept parts of her hair she cut over...
Ezzeya Daraghmeh, an 82-year-old Palestinian woman who said she has kept parts of her hair she cut over 67 years, combs her collected hair before stuffing it in a pillow, in the West Bank town of Tubas January 2, 2018. Picture taken January 2, 2018. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
London's Borough Market crime scene
13 PICTURES
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTSEGPB
May 16, 2016
A Sadhu or Hindu holy man combs his beard after taking a dip in the waters of Shipra river during Simhastha...
Ujjain, India
A Sadhu or Hindu holy man combs his beard after taking a dip in the waters of Shipra river during Simhastha...
A Sadhu or Hindu holy man combs his beard after taking a dip in the waters of Shipra river during Simhastha Kumbh Mela in Ujjain, India May 16, 2016. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
COSTA RICA-ODDLY/
RTX1N8XT
August 06, 2015
Adela Rojas, 70, combs her hair in a bathroom of her home decorated with dolls in Heredia August 5, 2015....
Heredia, Costa Rica
Adela Rojas, 70, combs her hair in a bathroom of her home decorated with dolls in Heredia
Adela Rojas, 70, combs her hair in a bathroom of her home decorated with dolls in Heredia August 5, 2015. Rojas has been collecting dolls for over 20 years and now has more than 4,500 of them. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
ECUADOR-POLITICS/
RTR4KAN0
January 06, 2015
An Indigenous Ecuadorean combs her hair at the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE)...
Quito, Ecuador
An Indigenous Ecuadorean combs her hair at the CONAIE building in Quito
An Indigenous Ecuadorean combs her hair at the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) building in Quito January 6, 2015. According to local media, indigenous groups are taking part in a march to Carondelet Palace as a demonstration against local authorities' plan take over and use the CONAIE building as a rehabilitation center for youths facing addiction issues. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTR4CGJR
November 01, 2014
A black ribbon is seen over a Mexican flag during a protest for the fatal victims of the September 26...
Mexico City, Mexico
Black ribbon is seen over a Mexican flag during a protest for the fatal victims of the September 26 shooting...
A black ribbon is seen over a Mexican flag during a protest for the fatal victims of the September 26 shooting against students from the Ayotzinapa Teacher Training College and members of a football team, outside Palacio Nacional in downtown Mexico City November 1, 2014. The students disappeared in Iguala on September 26 after they clashed with police and masked men. Security forces have combed the area around Iguala in search of the students, whose disappearance has sparked massive protest marches in Mexico and which has become arguably the sternest challenge yet to face Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OTV
September 25, 2014
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad walks in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of...
Damascus, Syria
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad walks in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of...
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad walks in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OT0
September 25, 2014
Smoke rises from damaged buildings after forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad took control...
Damascus, Syria
Smoke rises from damaged buildings after forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad took control...
Smoke rises from damaged buildings after forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad took control of Adra al-Omalia from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OSJ
September 25, 2014
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand near a mosque after taking control of Adra al-Omalia...
Damascus, Syria
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand near a mosque after taking control of Adra al-Omalia...
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand near a mosque after taking control of Adra al-Omalia from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47ORY
September 25, 2014
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra...
Damascus, Syria
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra...
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OQV
September 25, 2014
Soldiers loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad inspect a pick-up truck that belonged to rebels in...
Damascus, Syria
Soldiers loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad inspect a pick-up truck that belonged to rebels in...
Soldiers loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad inspect a pick-up truck that belonged to rebels in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. The Arabic words on the pick-up truck reads, "God is great, there is no god but Allah". REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OQM
September 25, 2014
A mannequin lies on the ground near forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad in Adra al-Omalia,...
Damascus, Syria
A mannequin lies on the ground near forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad in Adra al-Omalia,...
A mannequin lies on the ground near forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OPY
September 25, 2014
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra...
Damascus, Syria
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra...
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand with their tanks near damaged buildings in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OOH
September 25, 2014
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad smokes while resting on a tank in Adra al-Omalia,...
Damascus, Syria
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad smokes while resting on a tank in Adra al-Omalia,...
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad smokes while resting on a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47ON9
September 25, 2014
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad walk by a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control...
Damascus, Syria
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad walk by a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control...
Forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad walk by a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47ON2
September 25, 2014
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand next to damaged buildings in Adra al-Omalia,...
Damascus, Syria
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand next to damaged buildings in Adra al-Omalia,...
Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad stand next to damaged buildings in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/DAMASCUS
RTR47OM1
September 25, 2014
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad rests on a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking...
Damascus, Syria
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad rests on a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking...
A soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad rests on a tank in Adra al-Omalia, after taking control of the area from rebel fighters September 25, 2014. Syrian government forces overran rebels in the town northeast of Damascus on Thursday, strengthening al-Assad's grip on territory around the capital. The town - Adra al-Omalia - is about 30 km (19 miles) from central Damascus but far from parts of Syria where the United States has launched air strikes against Islamic State militants. Syrian state TV said the armed forces had "imposed their control over the city of Adra al-Omalia and eliminated a number of terrorists." Troops were combing the area and clearing out explosives planted by militants, it added. Picture taken during a tour organized by the government. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4XB
March 29, 2014
U.S. Forest Service Public Affairs Specialist Cindy White is pictured driving media though floodwaters...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
U.S. Forest Service Public Affairs Specialist Cindy White is pictured driving media though floodwaters...
U.S. Forest Service Public Affairs Specialist Cindy White is pictured driving media though floodwaters as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4X2
March 29, 2014
Debris is pictured as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Debris is pictured as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck...
Debris is pictured as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4WU
March 29, 2014
A worker is pictured with tanks surrounded with "hazardous material" tape as search work continues in...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A worker is pictured with tanks surrounded with "hazardous material" tape as search work continues in...
A worker is pictured with tanks surrounded with "hazardous material" tape as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4WN
March 29, 2014
A hovercraft is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A hovercraft is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck...
A hovercraft is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4WF
March 29, 2014
A home located off Highway 530 is surrounded by mud and debris as search work continues from a massive...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A home located off Highway 530 is surrounded by mud and debris as search work continues from a massive...
A home located off Highway 530 is surrounded by mud and debris as search work continues from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4V7
March 29, 2014
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris near Darrington, Washington
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4V5
March 29, 2014
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris near Darrington, Washington
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4U6
March 29, 2014
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues near Darrington,...
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4U3
March 29, 2014
A search and rescue worker stands on a pile of mud and debris as search work continues from a massive...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A search and rescue worker stands on a pile of mud and debris as search work continues near Darrington,...
A search and rescue worker stands on a pile of mud and debris as search work continues from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4TQ
March 29, 2014
Workers maneuver though flood waters on C Post Road as search work continues in the mud and debris from...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers maneuver though flood waters as search work continues in Oso
Workers maneuver though flood waters on C Post Road as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence.The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4TN
March 29, 2014
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in Oso
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4TM
March 29, 2014
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in Oso
Workers and a search dog head into floodwaters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4T6
March 29, 2014
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4T0
March 29, 2014
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso...
A dog is used as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4SE
March 29, 2014
Swift water teams head into flood waters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Swift water teams head into flood waters on Highway 530 as search work continues near Darrington, Washington...
Swift water teams head into flood waters on Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive landslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a landslide that sent a wall of mud cascading over dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the unofficial body count rose to 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4CU
March 29, 2014
Workers prepare to leave the Darrington Fire Station as search work continues in the mud and debris from...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers prepare to leave the Darrington Fire Station as search work continues in the mud and debris from...
Workers prepare to leave the Darrington Fire Station as search work continues in the mud and debris from the massive Oso landslide in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4CO
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4CA
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4C7
March 29, 2014
Klarissa Calviste (L) and Brooke Odenius (2nd L), holding their daughters Kielie Braaten and Bexli Odenius,...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Klarissa Calviste (L) and Brooke Odenius (2nd L), holding their daughters Kielie Braaten and Bexli Odenius, look on as workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
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March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4BN
March 29, 2014
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (2nd R) and Pastor Mike De Luca (2nd L) lead workers and community members...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Darrington Mayor Rankin and Pastor De Luca lead workers and community members in prayer and a moment...
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (2nd R) and Pastor Mike De Luca (2nd L) lead workers and community members in prayer and a moment of silence marking the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide at the fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4BI
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4BG
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4BC
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members shelter Klarissa Calviste (3rd L), Brooke Odenius (2nd L) and their daughters...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members shelter Klarissa Calviste (3rd L), Brooke Odenius (2nd L) and their daughters Kielie Braaten and Bexli Odenius from the rain as they observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4BB
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4B6
March 29, 2014
Pastor Mike De Luca (2nd L), Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (C), workers and community members mark the...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Pastor De Luca, Darrington Mayor Rankin, workers and community members mark the one-week anniversary...
Pastor Mike De Luca (2nd L), Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (C), workers and community members mark the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4AY
March 29, 2014
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (R) looks on as pastor Mike De Luca leads workers and community members in...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (R) looks on as pastor Mike De Luca leads workers and community members in...
Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin (R) looks on as pastor Mike De Luca leads workers and community members in a prayer before they observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a moment of silence at fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
RTR3J4AD
March 29, 2014
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and...
Workers and community members observe the one-week anniversary of the Oso landslide with a prayer and moment of silence at a fire station in Darrington, Washington March 29, 2014. The grim task of combing through debris from a mudslide that obliterated dozens of homes on the outskirts of a rural Washington town came to a standstill briefly on Saturday for a moment of silence. The somber moment at 10:37 a.m. (1737 GMT) was observed exactly one week after the catastrophe, amid uncertainty over the fate of 90 people still listed as missing. On Friday, the body count was at 27. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTR3G5AD
March 07, 2014
Wang Feng looks in a mirror as she combs her hair in her dormitory at Huaxia Liangtse Massage Training...
Zhengzhou, China
Wang Feng looks in a mirror as she combs her hair in her dormitory at Huaxia Liangtse Massage Training...
Wang Feng looks in a mirror as she combs her hair in her dormitory at Huaxia Liangtse Massage Training Centre in Zhengzhou, Henan province February 19, 2014. Wang, a young mother from Henan province, decided to train as a masseuse to help support her family. She trained with Huaxia Liangtse, a massage company established 17 years ago in Jinan, capital of China's Shandong province. It now has over 300 branches in China and has also opened outlets abroad. A training centre for the company in Henan has trained well over a thousand foot massage students and the number is growing year by year. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)

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SPAIN/
RTX16OQG
December 19, 2013
Japanese flamenco student Maika Kubo, 24, combs her hair in her bedroom in the Andalusian capital of...
Seville, Spain
Japanese flamenco student Maika Kubo combs her hair in her bedroom in Seville
Japanese flamenco student Maika Kubo, 24, combs her hair in her bedroom in the Andalusian capital of Seville September 18, 2013. Kubo began learning the traditional southern Spanish style of music and dance while at university in Japan, where she studied languages. Her passion led her to come to Spain, where she has now been living for over a year, taking flamenco classes, working as a shop assistant and doing various other jobs. "Flamenco makes me feel so alive," she said. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-WEATHER
RTX15KDO
November 19, 2013
Amanda Hawley walks in her backyard while on the phone after looking over the tornado damage in Washington,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Hawley walks in her backyard while on the phone after looking over the tornado damage in Washington
Amanda Hawley walks in her backyard while on the phone after looking over the tornado damage in Washington, Illinois, November 19, 2013. Rescue workers in a small Illinois city raked by a powerful tornado were combing through the wreckage on Tuesday in the wake of a fast-moving storm that killed eight people in two states and may have caused $1 billion (£621,040,864.49) in property damage. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
Politics
Politics
68th U.N. General Assembly in New York - 02 Oct 2013
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ITALY/
RTX11ETA
July 06, 2013
A man combs his hair as he applies makeup to prepare for a drag queen contest in Rome July 5, 2013. Following...
Rome, Italy
A man combs his hair as he applies makeup to prepare for a drag queen contest in Rome
A man combs his hair as he applies makeup to prepare for a drag queen contest in Rome July 5, 2013. Following selections that began in January, drag queens from all over Italy gathered in Rome to compete in the final of "Drag Factor: The Italian race", a contest inspired by the X-Factor format. Picture taken July 5, 2013. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)
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RTX10DH7
June 06, 2013
Stephanos, 42, is reflected in a mirror as he combs his hair before setting off to look for a job in...
Athens, Greece
Stephanos is reflected in a mirror as he combs his hair before setting off to look for a job in Athens...
Stephanos, 42, is reflected in a mirror as he combs his hair before setting off to look for a job in Athens May 16, 2013. Stephanos became homeless in late 2012 when the clothes shop, where he had worked for over a decade, closed down and he had no income to pay for his flat. He now lives next to a church in central Athens and eats in soup kitchens. Since the debt crisis erupted in 2009, hundreds of thousands of Greeks have lost their jobs and the unemployment rate in the country reached 26.8 percent in March, new figures show. Klimaka, a nongovernmental organisation, estimated there were around 20,000 homeless in Greece in 2012. Picture taken May 16, 2013. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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May 07, 2013
World War Two veteran Davyd Eromolenko, 86, combs his hair at home ahead of Victory Day in the town of...
ZHITKOVICHI, Belarus
World War Two veteran Davyd Eromolenko combs his hair at home ahead of Victory Day in the town of Zhitkovichi...
World War Two veteran Davyd Eromolenko, 86, combs his hair at home ahead of Victory Day in the town of Zhitkovichi, some 270 km (167 miles) south of Minsk, May 7, 2013. Belarus marks the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two every year on May 9. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTXYYTJ
April 25, 2013
An actress portraying a non-responsive and combative flight crash victim is treated by emergency personnel...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
An actress portraying a non-responsive and combative flight crash victim is treated by emergency personnel...
An actress portraying a non-responsive and combative flight crash victim is treated by emergency personnel during the full-scale, LAX Air Exercise aircraft disaster simulation training drill at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), in Los Angeles, California April 24, 2013. The LAX AirEx is a two-hour long simulated aircraft disaster with over 100 volunteers in moulage, role-playing as accident victims and is designed to test LAX's Emergency Response Plan, as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at least once every three years to evaluate the operational capability and readiness of LAX's emergency management system, according to Los Angeles World Airports. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
TURKEY-KURDS/
RTXY7T4
April 04, 2013
Abdurrahman Savun, aged 6, uses the family TV as a mirror to comb his hair in his home in town of Cizre...
Sirnak, Turkey
Abdurrahman Savun uses TV as a mirror to comb his hair in his home in town of Cizre in Sirnak province...
Abdurrahman Savun, aged 6, uses the family TV as a mirror to comb his hair in his home in town of Cizre in Sirnak province, near the border with Syria March 24, 2013. Turkey's fledgling peace process with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militant group is all over the headlines. After three decades of war, 40,000 deaths and a devastating impact on the local economy, everybody seems ready for peace. Pro-Kurdish politicians are focused on boosting minority rights and stronger local government for the Kurds, who make up about 20 percent of Turkey's population of 75 million people. Picture taken March 24, 2013. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR3A0RX
November 05, 2012
Nazareth Duval (L) combs her cousin Yasmin's hair as their aunt Rosa Gabarri cleans the furniture which...
Madrid, Spain
Nazareth Duval combs her cousin Yasmin's hair as their aunt Rosa Gabarri cleans the furniture which she...
Nazareth Duval (L) combs her cousin Yasmin's hair as their aunt Rosa Gabarri cleans the furniture which she is removing from her parents' home a day before its demolition at the Spanish gypsy settlement of Puerta de Hierro outside Madrid February 14, 2012. Fifty-four families have been living in Puerta de Hierro, on the banks of the Manzanares river for over 50 years. Since the summer of 2010, the community has been subject to evictions on the grounds that the dwellings are illegal. Families whose houses have been demolished, move in with relatives whose houses still remain while the debris keeps piling up around them as more demolitions take place. Picture taken February 14, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)

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SPAIN/
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November 05, 2012
A combination photo shows Shakira Gabarri (L) getting her hair combed by her mother Gema Nieto at her...
Madrid, Spain
A combination photo shows Shakira Gabarri getting her hair combed by her mother at her grandparents'...
A combination photo shows Shakira Gabarri (L) getting her hair combed by her mother Gema Nieto at her grandparents' home, where they lived, in Madrid's Spanish gypsy settlement of Puerta de Hierro September 12, 2011 and Shakira's great-grandmother Catalina Jimenez (R) braiding her hair next to the remains of Shakira's grandparent's house two weeks after it was demolished, August 1, 2012. Fifty-four families have been living in Puerta de Hierro, on the banks of the Manzanares river for over 50 years. Since the summer of 2010, the community has been subject to evictions on the grounds that the dwellings are illegal. Families whose houses have been demolished, move in with relatives whose houses still remain while the debris keeps piling up around them as more demolitions take place. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)

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October 26, 2012
A member of the Free Syrian Army stands guard over detainees suspected of being members of pro-government...
Idlib, Syria
A member of the Free Syrian Army stands guard over detainees suspected of being members of pro-government...
A member of the Free Syrian Army stands guard over detainees suspected of being members of pro-government forces, in the back of a pick-up truck during a combing operation in Harem town, Idlib Governorate, October 26, 2012. The Free Syrian Army is advancing over pro-government forces for control of the town. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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October 26, 2012
Free Syrian Army members detain a man they suspect to be from the pro-government forces during a combing...
Idlib, Syria
Free Syrian Army members detain a man they suspect to be from the pro-government forces during a combing...
Free Syrian Army members detain a man they suspect to be from the pro-government forces during a combing operation in Harem town, Idlib Governorate, October 26, 2012. The Free Syrian Army is advancing over pro-government forces for control of the town. The man was later freed after they checked his identification. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
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