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BRITAIN-DAILYLIFE/
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May 11, 2016
People dressed in period costume wait to welcome visitors and tourists to Kew Palace in London, Britain,...
London, United Kingdom
People dressed in period costume wait to welcome visitors and tourists to Kew Palace in London
People dressed in period costume wait to welcome visitors and tourists to Kew Palace in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace, which is sited in Kew Gardens, as one of his family homes to convalesce from bouts of illness. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
BRITAIN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2DV0K
May 11, 2016
The gardens at the rear of Kew Palace in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace,...
London, United Kingdom
The gardens at the rear of Kew Palace in London
The gardens at the rear of Kew Palace in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace, which is sited in Kew Gardens, as one of his family homes to convalesce from bouts of illness. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
BRITAIN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2DV0G
May 11, 2016
A man dressed in period costume walks infront of Kew Palace in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George...
London, United Kingdom
A man dressed in period costume walks infront of Kew Palace in London
A man dressed in period costume walks infront of Kew Palace in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace, which is sited in Kew Gardens, as one of his family homes to convalesce from bouts of illness. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
BRITAIN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2DV09
May 11, 2016
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining...
London, United Kingdom
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining...
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining the ancestry of Britain's King George III in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace, which is sited in Kew Gardens, as one of his family homes to convalesce from bouts of illness. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
STORM-IKE/
RTX8J6N
September 07, 2008
Residents of Key West Convalescent Center waits to be evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Ike in Key...
Key West, UNITED STATES
Residents of Key West Convalescent Center waits to be evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Ike in Key...
Residents of Key West Convalescent Center waits to be evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Ike in Key West, Florida September 7, 2008. Hurricane Ike barrelled toward Cuba as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm on Sunday and was forecast to sweep into the central Gulf of Mexico as a large and powerful storm echoing Hurricane Gustav. The densely populated Miami-Fort Lauderdale area in south Florida seemed an increasingly less likely target, but visitors were ordered to flee the vulnerable Florida Keys island chain on Saturday. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
EGYPT/
RTR1YE8S
March 16, 2008
An Egyptian man suffering from leprosy drinks from a cup as he sits on his bed in the leprosy colony...
Cairo, Egypt
An Egyptian man suffering from leprosy drinks from a cup as he sits on his bed in the leprosy colony...
An Egyptian man suffering from leprosy drinks from a cup as he sits on his bed in the leprosy colony of Abu Zabal, about 40 km (25 miles) east of Cairo, March 16, 2008. According to officials at a hospital in the area, most of the leprosy sufferers are not infectious but they remain in the colony because they are rejected by their families and society. The colony currently has 750 residents. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT)
SINGAPORE/
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September 20, 2007
Patients Chung Kong Tuck (L), 72, and Wong Hong Jee, 85, rest at the HCA Day Care Centre in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Patients rest at the HCA Day Care Centre in Singapore
Patients Chung Kong Tuck (L), 72, and Wong Hong Jee, 85, rest at the HCA Day Care Centre in Singapore September 19, 2007. Every week, around 50 elderly terminally ill patients spend the day at the centre, where they participate in rehabilitative and social activities such as singing, arts & crafts and pet therapy. Providing healthcare and eldercare services for older Singaporeans is a major objective by a government committee set up to prepare for an ageing society. According to a 2006 report by the committee, by 2030 the number of Singapore residents aged 65 and older will multiply threefold from 300,000 to 900,000, or one in every five residents. REUTERS/Shahida Ariff Patail (SINGAPORE)
WEATHER WILMA
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October 23, 2005
Margaret Szloswski is transferred from the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards...
Key West, USA
A woman is transferred from the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards Florida's...
Margaret Szloswski is transferred from the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards Florida's southern west coast, October 23, 2005. Residents were making last minute preparations with the storm less than 24 hours away. Hurricane Wilma thundered toward Florida on Sunday after devastating Mexico's Caribbean resorts with floodwaters and wild winds that smashed thousands of homes and killed at least seven people. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
WEATHER WILMA
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October 23, 2005
Tomasina Rodriguez is transferred from the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards...
Key West, USA
A woman is transferred rom the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards Florida's...
Tomasina Rodriguez is transferred from the Key West Convalescent Center while Hurricane Wilma heads towards Florida's southern west coast, October 23, 2005. Residents were making last minute preparations with the storm less than 24 hours away. Hurricane Wilma thundered toward Florida on Sunday after devastating Mexico's Caribbean resorts with floodwaters and wild winds that smashed thousands of homes and killed at least seven people. REUTERS/Carlos Barria Pictures of the month October 2005
DOGS
RTXN6UN
January 20, 2005
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the...
Phang Nga, Thailand
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of .....
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 20, 2005. Stray dogs have made the work of official worker difficult as they continue working in getting DNA test, at Yan Yhao temple, official said.
THAILAND
RTRL1YK
January 20, 2005
Stray dogs rest at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the Thai...
Phang Nga, Thailand
Stray dogs rest at convalescent home in Phang Nga province north of the Thai resort island of Phuket....
Stray dogs rest at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 20, 2005. Stray dogs have made the work of official worker difficult as they continue working in getting DNA test, at Yan Yhao temple, official said. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/LA
THAILAND
RTRL1TO
January 20, 2005
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the...
Phang Nga, Thailand
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga.
Stray dog sucks up milk at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 20, 2005. Stray dogs have made the work of official worker difficult as they continue working in getting DNA test, at Yan Yhao temple, official said. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/LA
THAILAND
RTRL1T7
January 20, 2005
Thai official vaccinate a stray dog at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles)...
Phang Nga, Thailand
Thai official vaccinate a stray dog at convalescent home in Phang Nga province.
Thai official vaccinate a stray dog at convalescent home in Phang Nga province about 130 km (81 miles) north of the Thai resort island of Phuket, January 20, 2005. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom CS/LA
JAPAN
RTR5QA7
July 02, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy is kissed by owner Deborah Turner during a hospital visit in Tokyo July 2,...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA IS KISSED BY OWNER AT HOSPITAL IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy is kissed by owner Deborah Turner during a hospital visit in Tokyo July 2, 2004. "Wheely Willy" with his special K-9 cart wheelchair, and owner Deborah Turner often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope to people, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/LA
JAPAN
RTR5Q9T
July 02, 2004
Japanese woman holds a paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy", visiting from Long Beach, California, at a hospital...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE WOMAN HOLDS PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA AT HOSPITAL IN TOKYO.
Japanese woman holds a paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy", visiting from Long Beach, California, at a hospital in Tokyo July 2, 2004."Wheely Willy," with his special K-9 cart wheelchair, and his owner Deborah Turner, who together often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope to people around them, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/LA
JAPAN
RTR5Q9K
July 02, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy" is held during a visit to a hospital in Tokyo July 2, 2004. "Wheely Willy,"...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA IS HELD DURING VISIT TO HOSPITAL IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy" is held during a visit to a hospital in Tokyo July 2, 2004. "Wheely Willy," with his special K-9 cart wheelchair, and his owner Deborah Turner, who together often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope to people around them, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/LA
JAPAN
RTR5Q9C
July 02, 2004
A wheelchair-bound Japanese woman bursts into tears of joy as she holds a paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy"...
Japan
WHEELCHAIR-BOUND WOMAN BURSTS INTO TEARS OF JOY AS SHE HOLDS PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY IN TOKYO.
A wheelchair-bound Japanese woman bursts into tears of joy as she holds a paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy" paying a visit from Long Beach California, to a hospital in Tokyo July 2, 2004."Wheely Willy" with his special K-9 cart wheelchair, and owner Deborah Turner often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope to people, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/LA
JAPAN
RTR5Q95
July 02, 2004
A paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy", from Long Beach, California is welcomed by patients as he visits a hospital...
Tokyo, Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA IS WELCOMED BY PATIENTS AT A HOSPITAL IN TOKYO.
A paraplegic Chihuahua "Willy", from Long Beach, California is welcomed by patients as he visits a hospital in Tokyo July 2, 2004. "Wheely Willy" with his special K-9 cart wheelchair, and owner Deborah Turner often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope to people, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/LA
JAPAN
RTR5KE6
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California is held by Sachiko Hatakeyama, a handicapped 10-year-old...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY IS HELD BY HANDICAPPED GIRL IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California is held by Sachiko Hatakeyama, a handicapped 10-year-old girl, during a visit to a Tokyo elementary school June 30, 2004. "Wheely Willy" and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/FA
JAPAN
RTR5KDR
June 30, 2004
Japanese schoolchildren cheer paraplegic chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California as it walks with...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA DOG WILLY MAKES WAY THROUGH JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN IN TOKYO.
Japanese schoolchildren cheer paraplegic chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California as it walks with the help of its special K-9 cart wheelchair during a visit to a Tokyo elementary school June 30, 2004. "Wheely Willy" and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/FA
JAPAN
RTR5KDK
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua dog Willy from Long Beach, California is held up by his owner Deborah Turner after...
Tokyo, Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA DOG WILLY IS HELD UP BY OWNER IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua dog Willy from Long Beach, California is held up by his owner Deborah Turner after they arrived at Tokyo's Haneda airport June 30, 2004. "Wheely Willy" and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/FA
JAPAN
RTR5KBQ
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, is welcomed by Japanese schoolchildren during...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY IS WELCOMED BY JAPANESE CHILDREN IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, is welcomed by Japanese schoolchildren during a visit to a Tokyo elementary school June 30, 2004. "Wheely Willy" and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW
JAPAN
RTR5KB7
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, makes his way through Japanese schoolchildren...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY MAKES HIS WAY THROUGH JAPANESE SCHOOLCHILDREN IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, makes his way through Japanese schoolchildren with his special cart wheelchair during a visit to a Tokyo elementary school June 30, 2004. "Wheely Willy" and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, are on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW
JAPAN
RTR5KAV
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, visits All Nippon Airways at Tokyo's Haneda airport...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY VISITS ANA AT HANEDA AIRPORT IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, visits All Nippon Airways at Tokyo's Haneda airport June 30, 2004. Willy and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, visited ANA where they were welcomed on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW
JAPAN
RTR5KAM
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, visits All Nippon Airways at Tokyo's Haneda airport...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA WILLY VISITS ANA AT HANEDA AIRPORT IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, visits All Nippon Airways at Tokyo's Haneda airport June 30, 2004. Willy and his owner Deborah Turner, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, visited ANA where they were welcomed on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW
JAPAN
RTR5KAB
June 30, 2004
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, is held up by his owner Deborah Turner as he...
Japan
PARAPLEGIC CHIHUAHUA DOG WILLY IS HELD UP ON ARRIVAL AT HANEDA AIRPORT IN TOKYO.
Paraplegic Chihuahua Willy from Long Beach, California, is held up by his owner Deborah Turner as he arrives at Tokyo's Haneda airport June 30, 2004. Willy and Deborah, who often visit hospitals, schools and convalescent homes to bring cheer and hope, visited All Nippon Airways where they were welcomed on their first trip to Japan. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW
DRC
RTXM1X3
June 29, 2003
A injured man receives treatment from a Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) doctor, near a French military...
Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo
A injured man receives treatment from a Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) doctor, near a French militar.....
A injured man receives treatment from a Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) doctor, near a French military checkpoint on the outskirts of Bunia, north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, June 29, 2003. He said he had been shot in the leg few days ago by armed men outside the town, and had been convalescing in bushland 12 kilometers from the town. Hundreds of residents displaced by war flooded home to Congo's battered Bunia town for a second day on Saturday, testing improved security in the ramshackle settlement after French troops imposed a ban on guns.
CONGO DEMOCRATIC
RTRPXC8
June 29, 2003
A injured man receives treatment from a Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF)
doctor, near a French military...
Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo
A INJURED MAN RECEIVES TREATMENT FROM AN MSF DOCTOR ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF
BUNIA.
A injured man receives treatment from a Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF)
doctor, near a French military checkpoint on the outskirts of Bunia,
north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, June 29, 2003. He said he
had been shot in the leg few days ago by armed men outside the town,
and had been convalescing in bushland 12 kilometers from the town.
Hundreds of residents displaced by war flooded home to Congo's battered
Bunia town for a second day on Saturday, testing improved security in
the ramshackle settlement after French troops imposed a ban on guns.
REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

DM/JDP
CONGO DEMOCRATIC FORCE
RTRP9R0
June 13, 2003
A wounded Hema man convalesces in hospital in Bunia June 13, 2003.
Rival Hema and Lendu militias have...
Bunia, multiple countries
A WOUNDED HEMA MAN CONVALESCES IN HOSPITAL IN BUNIA, DEMOCRATIC
REPUBLIC OF CONGO.
A wounded Hema man convalesces in hospital in Bunia June 13, 2003.
Rival Hema and Lendu militias have been fighting in Bunia in the
Democratic Republic of Congo for more than a month, killing hundreds of
people and forcing tens of thousands from their home.The French
commander of a European Union peacekeeping operation in Congo conceded
on Friday that the force would not be able to stop ethnic bloodshed if
it happened outside its limited area of operation. REUTERS/Antony
Njuguna

AN/WS
BRITAIN
RTRL04Q
January 14, 1999
Britian's Prime minister Tony Blair greets Jordan's King Hussein at Downing Street January 14. Hussein...
London, UK
JORDANS KING HUSSEIN IS GREETED BY PRIME MINISTER BLAIR.
Britian's Prime minister Tony Blair greets Jordan's King Hussein at Downing Street January 14. Hussein has been convalescing in London following five months of chemotherapy at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. The Jordanian monarch is due to fly home in the next few days and it is hoped he is completely cured of lymph gland cancer.

PS/NS/
RTRDS8J
May 06, 1998
PRA04:CZECH-HAVEL:PRAGUE,6MAY98 - Czech President Vaclav Havel (2nd R) accompanied by his wife Dagmar...
Czech Republic
PRESIDENT HAVEL IS WELCOMED BACK IN PRAGUE AFTER ILLNESS IN AUSTRIA.
PRA04:CZECH-HAVEL:PRAGUE,6MAY98 - Czech President Vaclav Havel (2nd R) accompanied by his wife Dagmar (3rd R) is welcomed by Czech officials at Prague's Ruzyne Airport on May 6, on his return home three weeks after undergoing emergency intestinal surgery while on vacation in Austria. An awaiting ambulance took him directly to a military hospital to convalesce.

PJ/NS/
RTR1QEG
February 07, 1997
Russian Defence Council secretary Yuriy Baturin listens to questions by reporters at a joint news conference...
RUSSIAN DEFENCE COUNCIL CHIEF YURIY BATURIN
Russian Defence Council secretary Yuriy Baturin listens to questions by reporters at a joint news conference with Defence Minister Igor Rodionov in Moscow on February 7. Yeltsin, who is convalescing after double pneumonia in his country home, has told Rodionov and Baturin, whom he had ordered to kick-start the military reform, to appear together in public to dispel rumours about their bitter personal rivalry.

RUSSIA MILITARY
RTR1QDU
February 07, 1997
Russian Defence Minister Igor Rodionov listens to questions by reporters at a joint news conference with...
RUSSIAN DEFENCE MINISTER RODIONOV AT NEWS CONFERENCE
Russian Defence Minister Igor Rodionov listens to questions by reporters at a joint news conference with a top aide to President Boris Yeltsin Yuri Baturin in Moscow on February 7. Yeltsin, who is convalescing after double pneumonia in his country home, has told Rodionov and Baturin, whom he had ordered to kick-start the military reform, to appear together in public to dispel rumours about their bitter personal rivalry.

RUSSIA MILITARY
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