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BRITAIN-NHS/
RTS1TRTQ 
June 26, 2018 
Inpatient Donald Ritson lies in bed in Ward 24 in Milton Keynes University Hospital in Milton Keynes,... 
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom 
The Wider Image: Pride and worry, Britain's free health service turns 70 
Inpatient Donald Ritson lies in bed in Ward 24 in Milton Keynes University Hospital in Milton Keynes, central England, Britain, May 22, 2018. "I've had so many things go wrong with my body in the last four-and-a-half years that it's just incredible that one organisation can cure so many things and treat me so kindly, efficiently, and for free. It's just astonishing,Ó said Ritson. He remembers what it was like before the state-funded NHS, when healthcare was beyond the reach of many people because they could not afford to pay doctors' fees. "I can remember my brother being ill and my parents being unable to afford to go to a doctor, so they tried to treat it themselves," he recalled. "We could never go back to that sort of system. Cradle to grave, it's not a bad idea." REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "MCKAY NHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES 
STORM-MATTHEW/
RTSQGXU 
October 03, 2016 
Inesia Laguerre cradles her grandchild at the shelter set up in the Lycee Philippe Guerrier ahead of... 
LES CAYES, Haiti 
Inesia Laguerre cradles her grandchild at the shelter set up in the Lycee Philippe Guerrier ahead of... 
Inesia Laguerre cradles her grandchild at the shelter set up in the Lycee Philippe Guerrier ahead of Hurricane Matthew in Les Cayes, Haiti, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTSAI53 
March 15, 2016 
A child rests in a cradle along a street in the rebel-held Tishreen neighborhood of Damascus, Syria March... 
Damascus, Syria 
A child rests in a cradle along a street in the rebel-held Tishreen neighborhood of Damascus 
A child rests in a cradle along a street in the rebel-held Tishreen neighborhood of Damascus, Syria March 14, 2016. Picture taken March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-DETENTION
RTX206AP 
December 27, 2015 
A Syrian refugee baby lies in his cradle on the floor as his mother takes part in an interview with Reuters... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
A Syrian refugee baby lies in his cradle on the floor as his mother takes part in an interview with Reuters... 
A Syrian refugee baby lies in his cradle on the floor as his mother takes part in an interview with Reuters in Istanbul, Turkey, December 16, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY-DETENTION REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1SRKV 
September 27, 2015 
Ryan Rustan, 35, cradles his dog Sugar after Sugar competed in the Surf City Surf Dog Contest in Huntington... 
Huntington Beach, UNITED STATES 
Ryan Rustan, 35, cradles his dog Sugar after Sugar competed in the Surf City Surf Dog Contest in Huntington... 
Ryan Rustan, 35, cradles his dog Sugar after Sugar competed in the Surf City Surf Dog Contest in Huntington Beach, California, United States, September 27, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CUBA-HEALTH/
RTX1II4E 
June 30, 2015 
A new born baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite (L), 29, at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital... 
Camaguey, Cuba 
A newborn baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital in Camaguey,... 
A new born baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite (L), 29, at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital in Camaguey, Cuba, June 19, 2015. The World Health Organization on Tuesday declared Cuba the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
BRITAIN-POLITICS-HEALTH/
RTR4NY51 
February 02, 2015 
A nurse cleans her hands at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved and... 
London, United Kingdom 
A nurse cleans her hands at St Thomas' Hospital in central London 
A nurse cleans her hands at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved and overburdened, Britain's national health system has become the top issue for voters ahead of May's election, after winter brought headlines of ambulances queueing outside hospitals and patients languishing on trolleys for hours.The National Health Service (NHS) delivers care for free to the whole population from cradle to grave and accounts for a third of government spending on public services. Photograph taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ELECTIONS) 
BRITAIN-POLITICS-HEALTH/
RTR4NY2C 
February 02, 2015 
A nurses prepares a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved... 
London, United Kingdom 
A nurses prepares a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London 
A nurses prepares a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved and overburdened, Britain's national health system has become the top issue for voters ahead of May's election, after winter brought headlines of ambulances queueing outside hospitals and patients languishing on trolleys for hours.The National Health Service (NHS) delivers care for free to the whole population from cradle to grave and accounts for a third of government spending on public services. Photograph taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ELECTIONS) 
BRITAIN-POLITICS-HEALTH/
RTR4NY0R 
February 02, 2015 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved... 
London, United Kingdom 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved and overburdened, Britain's national health system has become the top issue for voters ahead of May's election, after winter brought headlines of ambulances queueing outside hospitals and patients languishing on trolleys for hours.The National Health Service (NHS) delivers care for free to the whole population from cradle to grave and accounts for a third of government spending on public services. Photograph taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ELECTIONS) 
BRITAIN-POLITICS-HEALTH/
RTR4NXZB 
February 02, 2015 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved... 
London, United Kingdom 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London 
Nurses prepare a bed on a ward at St Thomas' Hospital in central London January 28, 2015. Dearly-loved and overburdened, Britain's national health system has become the top issue for voters ahead of May's election, after winter brought headlines of ambulances queueing outside hospitals and patients languishing on trolleys for hours.The National Health Service (NHS) delivers care for free to the whole population from cradle to grave and accounts for a third of government spending on public services. Photograph taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH ELECTIONS) 
PHOTOGRAPHERS-STORY/POY2014
RTR4FP2G 
November 26, 2014 
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near Suruc, in this... 
SURUC, Turkey 
RNPS - PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY 
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near Suruc, in this September 27, 2014 file photo.

A crossing point along the Turkish-Syrian border frontier was normally a hive of activity, with wailing children and families desperately trying to carry whatever they could manage across the dusty terrain.

To my surprise on this particular day, the refugee collection didn't start. Bewildered, I started to look around me. My eyes fell on an empty baby's cradle and I thought: "How is it possible for someone to leave behind such a basic, but important, thing for a baby? Were the owners in a hurry? Was there no space in the bus or truck?" As I photographed the cradle I thought how lonely and sad it seemed. For me, it signified a kind of hopelessness. If its owners had felt hope, perhaps they would not have left it.
I took four images using a 24mm wide-angle lens and photographed the deserted border area in the background aiming to illustrate the desperation the refugees feel, and the harshness of the environment, where baking sun can turn to driving rain in an instant. - Murad Sezer REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: THIS PICTURE IS PART OF THE PACKAGE 'PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - THE PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY'. SEARCH 'PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY' FOR ALL IMAGES' 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-ERDOGAN
RTR47YEZ 
September 27, 2014 
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern... 
SURUC, Turkey 
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near Suruc in Sanliurfa... 
A cradle left behind by Syrian Kurdish refugees lies at the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province September 27, 2014. Turkish troops could be used to help set up a secure zone in Syria, if there was an international agreement to establish such a haven for refugees fleeing Islamic State fighters, President Tayyip Erdogan said in comments published on Saturday. Militants still held their positions around 10 kilometres west of Kobane inside Syria, the Reuters witness said, with Kurdish positions the last line of defence between the fighters and the town. Kobane sits on a road linking north and northwestern Syria and Kurdish control of the town has prevented Islamic State fighters from consolidating their gains, although their advance has caused more than 150,000 Kurds to flee to Turkey since last week. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PAKISTAN
RTX16EYH 
December 12, 2013 
A baby whose family fled the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan rests in a cradle at a slum on the outskirts... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Baby whose family fled the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan rests in a cradle at a slum on the outskirts of... 
A baby whose family fled the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan rests in a cradle at a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad December 12, 2013. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/SHEPHERDS
RTR36GFR 
August 08, 2012 
A Palestinian cave dweller carries a baby lying in a cradle inside a cave in the shepherd community of... 
AL-MUFAQARA, Palestinian Territories 
A Palestinian cave dweller carries a baby in a cradle in Al-Mufaqara, near Hebron 
A Palestinian cave dweller carries a baby lying in a cradle inside a cave in the shepherd community of Al-Mufaqara, near the West Bank city of Hebron August 8, 2012. An Israeli plan to evict 12 shepherd communities in the occupied West Bank to make way for army training zones was condemned by the Palestinian premier on Wednesday as a move to depopulate Palestinian areas. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR35MGP 
July 30, 2012 
The baby of an inmate sleeps at the "children's home" located inside a female prison camp, in Russia's... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
The baby of an inmate sleeps at the "children's home" located inside a female prison camp in Krasnoyarsk... 
The baby of an inmate sleeps at the "children's home" located inside a female prison camp, in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 30, 2012. The children of female offenders that were born when their mothers were in pretrial detention or in prison camps, live in the "children's home" under the care of civilian tutors and officers of the regional penitentiary system up till the age of about 3-year-old, after which they are released to their relatives or sent to a civilian orphanage. The mothers also receive exemption from some of their usual duties and tasks in order to have daily contact with their children, according to the camp's administration. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW) 
CHINA
RTR2VLHX 
December 23, 2011 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice at the CareBay maternity care... 
Shanghai, China 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice in Shanghai 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice at the CareBay maternity care centre in Shanghai December 23, 2011. CareBay is a high-end maternity care centre in providing private services for "Zuo Yue Zi," or confinement period in Mandarin, a Chinese practice for mothers who have just given birth to stay indoors, undergo a restrictive diet and set of activities for a month. Traditionally, mother-in-laws are the ones overseeing the confinement period, but today, the task is left to a nurse or the mother herself. The centre has about 120 employees including maternity care experts, health consultants, beauticians and nutritionists who would look after the new mothers as well as their babies. The cost for a one-month service is between 79,800 yuan ($12,600) and 380,000 yuan ($60,000), covering food, accommodation, slimming exercises and yoga lessons for the mother and nursing services for the child. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS) 
PAKISTAN/
RTXSQ7W 
September 27, 2010 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home... 
Nowshera, Pakistan 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home... 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated nearby through their home for belongings lost nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 27, 2010. The floods, Pakistan's worst natural disaster in terms of damage and the number of people affected, were triggered by monsoon rains in late July, displacing 10 million people. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
PAKISTAN/
RTXSQ55 
September 27, 2010 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated through their belongings... 
Nowshera, Pakistan 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated through their belongings... 
Rehana, 12, sits over her two-month old sister Zenub, as her family excavated through their belongings damaged nearly two months ago by heavy floods near Nowshera, in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province September 27, 2010. The floods, Pakistan's worst natural disaster in terms of damage and the number of people affected, were triggered by monsoon rains in late July, displacing 10 million people. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
INDIA/
RTXRESR 
December 03, 2009 
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai December 3, 2009.... 
Mumbai, India 
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai 
A child sleeps in a makeshift cradle as a homeless boy sleeps on the pavement in Mumbai December 3, 2009. Economic growth has changed the lives of many Indians, and nowhere is that more obvious than in the city once known as Bombay. Many of India's billionaires live in the city, but abject poverty and creaky infrastructure remain a sharp counterpoint to its aspirational gleam and glitz. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTX9TTK 
October 23, 2008 
A mother takes care of her children inside a makeshift dwelling located under a bridge that crosses a... 
Manila, Philippines 
A mother takes care of her children inside a makeshift dwelling located under a bridge that crosses a... 
A mother takes care of her children inside a makeshift dwelling located under a bridge that crosses a polluted river in Paranaque City, Metro Manila October 23, 2008. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES) 
THAILAND/
RTX87JW 
July 29, 2008 
An ethnic Karen cries in a cradle in Mae La camp, near the Thai-Myanmar border in Mae Sot district, Tak... 
Mae Sot, Thailand 
An ethnic Karen cries in a cradle in Mae La camp 
An ethnic Karen cries in a cradle in Mae La camp, near the Thai-Myanmar border in Mae Sot district, Tak province, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok July 22, 2008. Mae La camp is the biggest refugee camp in nine camps along the Thai-Myanmar border which accommodates 48,000 people who are mainly ethnic
Karens. It is about four kilometres away from the Myanmar border and existed since 1984 as a small settlement for ethnic Karens who have fled the biggest Myanmar army offensive. Picture taken July 22, 2008. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND) 
INDIA
RTX7R4A 
July 08, 2008 
A baby belonging to a family of pavement dwellers, sleeps in a cradle as her grandfather Babu (L) makes... 
Mumbai, India 
A baby belonging belonging to a family of pavement dwellers sleeps in a cradle in Mumbai 
A baby belonging to a family of pavement dwellers, sleeps in a cradle as her grandfather Babu (L) makes cane baskets in Mumbai July 8, 2008. Babu earns around Rs 250 (approximately $6) a day selling these cane baskets. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTX7R45 
July 08, 2008 
A child belonging to a family of pavement dwellers, sleeps in a cradle at a street in Mumbai July 8,... 
Mumbai, India 
A child belonging to a family of pavement dwellers, sleeps in a cradle at a street in Mumbai 
A child belonging to a family of pavement dwellers, sleeps in a cradle at a street in Mumbai July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
IRAQ/
RTX7CY5 
June 26, 2008 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while U.S. soldiers from 1/8 Bravo Company search for weapons, explosives... 
Mosul, Iraq 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while U.S. soldiers conduct a search during a foot patrol in a neighbourhood... 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while U.S. soldiers from 1/8 Bravo Company search for weapons, explosives and information about militants in the area during a foot patrol in a neighbourhood of Mosul June 26, 2008. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (IRAQ) 
IRAQ/
RTX7CR2 
June 25, 2008 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while a woman argues with U.S. soldiers of 1/8 Bravo Company searching... 
Mosul, Iraq 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while a woman argues with U.S. soldiers of 1/8 Bravo Company on a foot... 
An Iraqi baby lies in a cradle while a woman argues with U.S. soldiers of 1/8 Bravo Company searching for weapons, explosives and information about militants in the area during a foot patrol in a neighbourhood of Mosul June 26, 2008. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (IRAQ) 
CHINA-XINJIANG/
RTR1Z5VU 
April 06, 2008 
A Uighur toddler sleeps in a cradle at a restaurant in the main square of Hetian during the Sunday market... 
HETIAN, China 
A Uighur toddler sleeps in a cradle at a restaurant in the main square of Hetian during the Sunday market... 
A Uighur toddler sleeps in a cradle at a restaurant in the main square of Hetian during the Sunday market in town, in the region of Xinjiang April 6, 2008. China is on guard against unrest in the region, home to its ethnic minority Uighurs, a Muslim Central Asian people, after a demonstration in the Xinjiang town of Hetian and widespread protests in Tibet. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA) 
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/
RTR1SWL7 
August 19, 2007 
A baby rests in a cradle in Mohammadpur, in Dhaka August 19, 2007. The death toll from floods in Bangladesh... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
A baby rests in a cradle in Mohammadpur 
A baby rests in a cradle in Mohammadpur, in Dhaka August 19, 2007. The death toll from floods in Bangladesh rose to 564 with 10 drowning deaths reported overnight, the health ministry said. More than half of the low-lying and densely populated nation of 140 million people is covered by flood waters, and thousands of people are suffering from diarrhoea in flood-hit areas, officials said. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
VIETNAM-AGENTORANGE/DAMAGES
RTR1QXJO 
June 19, 2007 
Ten-year-old Pham Duc Duy is cradled in the arms of his mother, Nguyen Thi Thanh Van, 35, in their house... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Ten-year-old Pham Duc Duy is cradled in the arms of his mother in their house in Hanoi 
Ten-year-old Pham Duc Duy is cradled in the arms of his mother, Nguyen Thi Thanh Van, 35, in their house in Hanoi June 16, 2007. Vietnamese doctors believe Duy, whose grandfather served in the Vietnam war, is a victim of exposure to dioxin passed down the generations. Several major U.S. chemical companies are directly accountable for supplying the U.S. military with dioxin, or "agent orange," during the Vietnam War and causing widespread dioxin poisoning, a lawyer for Vietnamese plaintiffs told a federal appeals court on June 18, 2007. Picture taken June 16, 2007. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
CAMBODIA
RTXM7RL 
September 24, 2003 
-PHOTO TAKEN 21SEP03- Moth Vann sits on a bed cradling her son in Battambang September 21, 2003. Moth... 
Battambang, Cambodia 
-PHOTO TAKEN 21SEP03- Moth Vann sits on a bed cradling her son in Battambang September 21, 2003. Mot..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 21SEP03- Moth Vann sits on a bed cradling her son in Battambang September 21, 2003. Moth Vann lost her husband to AIDS and is HIV positive, as is her son. Once shunned by her village, Moth Vann copes with diffculty selling groceries from her roadside shack. 
PXP310D
RTR3Y3Y 
September 21, 2003 
Moth Vann sits on a bed cradling her son in Battambang September 21, 2003.
Moth Vann lost her husband... 
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of 
MOTH VANN SIS ON A BED CRADLING HER SON IN BATTAMBANG. 
Moth Vann sits on a bed cradling her son in Battambang September 21, 2003.
Moth Vann lost her husband to AIDS and is HIV positive, as is her son. Once
shunned by her village, Moth Vann copes with diffculty selling groceries
from her roadside shack. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153 PP03110001

TW 
GUATEMALA DROUGHT
RTRNL8N 
October 02, 2001 
A malnourished one year-old Brenda Amador sleeps on her cradle at
Bethania hospital of Jocotan, 130... 
Jocotan, Guatemala - Republic of 
A MALNOURISHED ONE YEAR OLD BRENDA AMADOR SLEEPS AT BETHANIA HOSPITAL
IN JOCOTAN GUATEMALA. 
A malnourished one year-old Brenda Amador sleeps on her cradle at
Bethania hospital of Jocotan, 130 miles west of Guatemala City, October
2, 2001. This hospital near the country's border with Honduras is
caring for 51 severely malnourished children, victims of the effects of
a severe drought wreaking havoc in Central America this season. More
than 50 people have died of malnutrition in eastern Guatemala so far
this year. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

JS/HK 
KOSOVO
RTXIWKR 
April 07, 1999 
Israeli army medic Yael Goldman (R) cradles ethnic Albanian refugee Zavia Mordan's new-born son as she... 
Stenkovec, Macedonia 
Israeli army medic Yael Goldman (R) cradles ethnic Albanian refugee Zavia Mordan's new-born son as s..... 
Israeli army medic Yael Goldman (R) cradles ethnic Albanian refugee Zavia Mordan's new-born son as she lies on a field bed in the Israeli army field hospital in this refugee camp on the outskirts of Skopje, April 7. Mordan gave birth shortly before midnight April 6 in the British army hospital in the camp and was transferred to the Israelis for treatment as soon as the Israeli army facility was up-and-running.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
YUGOSLAVIA ISRAEL HOSPITAL
RTRNSPZ 
April 07, 1999 
Israeli army medic Yael Goldman (R) cradles ethnic Albanian refugee Zavia Mordan's new-born son as she... 
Stenkovec, Macedonia 
ISRAELI MEDICAL TEAM TREAT ETHNIC ALBANIAN REFUGEES IN STENKOVIC REFUGEE CAMP. 
Israeli army medic Yael Goldman (R) cradles ethnic Albanian refugee Zavia Mordan's new-born son as she lies on a field bed in the Israeli army field hospital in this refugee camp on the outskirts of Skopje, April 7. Mordan gave birth shortly before midnight April 6 in the British army hospital in the camp and was transferred to the Israelis for treatment as soon as the Israeli army facility was up-and-running.

DPS 
RTREOOA 
June 08, 1998 
An elderly Chinese woman lies in her hospital bed in Beijing's Song Tang Hospice as a bound foot peeks... 
China 
AN ELDERLY CHINESE WOMAN LIES IN HER HOPSITAL BED IN BEIJING. 
An elderly Chinese woman lies in her hospital bed in Beijing's Song Tang Hospice as a bound foot peeks out from under the covers. By 2020 the nation most famous for respecting age will have a quarter of the world's elderly. The prolonging of life spans is one of the main successes of the Communist era, but the nation's ability to deal with this new wave of the old is complicated by the breakdown in its social welfare systems based on work units that once provided cradle-to-grave protection. Photo taken 1June98.

NB/SB 
CHINA
RTXI9UF 
June 06, 1998 
An elderly Chinese woman lies in her hospital bed in Beijing's Song Tang Hospice as a bound foot peeks... 
An elderly Chinese woman lies in her hospital bed in Beijing's Song Tang Hospice as a bound foot pee..... 
An elderly Chinese woman lies in her hospital bed in Beijing's Song Tang Hospice as a bound foot peeks out from under the covers. By 2020 the nation most famous for respecting age will have a quarter of the world's elderly. The prolonging of life spans is one of the main successes of the Communist era, but the nation's ability to deal with this new wave of the old is complicated by the breakdown in its social welfare systems based on work units that once provided cradle-to-grave protection. Photo taken 1June98. 
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