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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-EDUCATION
RTX7IC1L
May 11, 2020
A child picks a crayon during the first day back to school as Switzerland smoothens the lockdown measures...
Geneva, Switzerland
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Geneva
A child picks a crayon during the first day back to school as Switzerland smoothens the lockdown measures during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Geneva, May 11, 2020. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
FOOTBALL-NCAA/
RTX730XK
September 15, 2019
Sep 14, 2019; Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos wide receiver Stefan Cobbs (82) gets past Portland...
Boise, UNITED STATES
NCAA Football: Portland State at Boise State
Sep 14, 2019; Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos wide receiver Stefan Cobbs (82) gets past Portland State Vikings cornerback Deon Crayon (27) for a touchdown during the second half at Albertsons Stadiums. Boise State defeats Portland State 45-10. Mandatory Credit: Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports
FOOTBALL-NCAA/
RTS2OOIX
August 31, 2019
Aug 31, 2019; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks wide receiver Trey Knox (7) runs against Portland...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
NCAA Football: Portland State at Arkansas
Aug 31, 2019; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks wide receiver Trey Knox (7) runs against Portland State Vikings cornerback Deon Crayon (27) during the second quarter at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
RELIGION-EASTER/USA-WHITEHOUSE
RTX6SQF0
April 22, 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump talks with a child as he holds up a picture colored in with crayons while...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Trump talks with child as he holds up colored in picture as he attends the 2019 White...
U.S. President Donald Trump talks with a child as he holds up a picture colored in with crayons while sitting with children coloring Easter pictures during the 2019 White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, U.S., April 22, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
RELIGION-EASTER/USA-WHITEHOUSE
RTX6SQEV
April 22, 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump holds up a picture colored in with crayons as he sits with children coloring...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Trump holds up colored in picture as he attends the 2019 White House Easter Egg Roll in...
U.S. President Donald Trump holds up a picture colored in with crayons as he sits with children coloring Easter pictures during the 2019 White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, U.S., April 22, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-IMMIGRATION/FAMILY
RTX6MVAO
February 15, 2019
Rachel, daughter of Orfa, a migrant from Honduras, colours using crayons inside the family's trailer...
TEXICO, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Fleeing Honduras, family stakes its future on asylum in the U.S.
Rachel, daughter of Orfa, a migrant from Honduras, colours using crayons inside the family's trailer in Texico, New Mexico, U.S., December 22, 2018. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "ELLIOTT ORFA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQTI
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased pencils are pictured in the drying oven during pencils production at Faber-Castell manufacturer...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased pencils are pictured in the drying oven during pencils production at Faber-Castell manufacturer...
Wood-cased pencils are pictured in the drying oven during pencils production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQT8
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein...
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQSR
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQSO
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased coloured pencils are pictured in a shop at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQS7
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQS4
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQRR
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FABERCASTELL-FUTURE/
RTS1LQRL
January 30, 2018
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg,...
STEIN, Germany
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein
Wood-cased pencils are pictured during their production at Faber-Castell manufacturer in Stein near Nuremberg, Germany January 16, 2018. Picture taken January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
FLORIDA-SHOOTING/
RTX2G2U1
June 14, 2016
Well wishers use crayons to leave messages for the deceased ahead of a candle light vigil in memory of...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Well wishers leave messages for the deceased during candle light vigil for victims of mass shooting in...
Well wishers use crayons to leave messages for the deceased ahead of a candle light vigil in memory of victims one day after a mass shooting at the Pulse gay night club in Orlando, Florida, U.S., June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGX
October 18, 2015
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JORDAN-ART/
RTX1H3FW
June 18, 2015
Aseel Rumman, who is visually impaired, looks carefully at a box of crayons to choose colors, at an art...
Amman, Jordan
Rumman looks carefully at a box of crayons to choose colors at an art exhibition in Amman
Aseel Rumman, who is visually impaired, looks carefully at a box of crayons to choose colors, at an art exhibition in Amman, Jordan, June 17, 2015. The royal academy for blind students provides recreational and creative opportunities for a number of blind and visually impaired children, by teaching them drawing, and how to distinguish between colours through the use of smell, where each colour is characterized in a distinctive odour. The academy is holding its first student art exhibition and proceeds go back to the children to encourage them to continue drawing, according to their artist teacher. Picture taken June 17, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
USA-MEMORIALDAY/
RTX1EDSX
May 24, 2015
Motorcyclists riders make a crayon rubbing of a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall on Memorial...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Motorcyclists riders make a crayon rubbing of a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall on Memorial...
Motorcyclists riders make a crayon rubbing of a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall on Memorial Day weekend in Washington May 24, 2015. Thousands of riders took part Sunday in the annual Rolling Thunder First Amendment Demonstration motorcycle run, seeking to highlight U.S. armed forces members believed to be prisoners of war or missing in action (POW-MIA). REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1BKTE
May 05, 2015
A boy sits next to a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015....
Beijing, China
A boy sits next to a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing
A boy sits next to a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015. The exhibition, which showcased fifty models of the Japanese cartoon character in different poses and expressions, will run from April 18 to June 22. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1BKTD
May 05, 2015
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015. The exhibition, which showcased fifty models of the Japanese cartoon character in different poses and expressions, will run from April 18 to June 22. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1BKTC
May 05, 2015
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015. The exhibition, which showcased fifty models of the Japanese cartoon character in different poses and expressions, will run from April 18 to June 22. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1BKTB
May 05, 2015
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015. The exhibition, which showcased fifty models of the Japanese cartoon character in different poses and expressions, will run from April 18 to June 22. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTX1BKT9
May 05, 2015
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing...
A visitor poses for a photo with a Crayon Shin-chan model during an exhibition at Joy City in Beijing May 5, 2015. The exhibition, which showcased fifty models of the Japanese cartoon character in different poses and expressions, will run from April 18 to June 22. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NFL-SUPERBOWL/
RTX183VF
February 01, 2014
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and son Dante de Blasio watch a missed extra point attempt from de...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio and son Dante watch missed extra point attempt from de Blasio's wife McCrayon...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and son Dante de Blasio watch a missed extra point attempt from de Blasio's wife Chirlane McCrayon on "Super Bowl Boulevard" at Times Square, as part of the Super Bowl lead up, in New York February 1, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT POLITICS)
HONGKONG
RTX15OOJ
November 22, 2013
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses on the red carpet during the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses on the red carpet during the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong...
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses on the red carpet during the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
HONGKONG
RTX15OK3
November 22, 2013
South Korean group Crayon Pop pose on the red carpet during the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
Crayon Pop pose on the red carpet during Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong
South Korean group Crayon Pop pose on the red carpet during the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
HONGKONG
RTX15O6A
November 22, 2013
South Korean group Crayon Pop attend a news conference before performing in the Mnet Asian Music Awards...
Hong Kong, China
South Korean group Crayon Pop attend news conference before Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong
South Korean group Crayon Pop attend a news conference before performing in the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
HONGKONG
RTX15O5K
November 22, 2013
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses during a news conference before performing in the Mnet Asian Music...
Hong Kong, China
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses during news conference before Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong...
South Korean group Crayon Pop poses during a news conference before performing in the Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
STORM-SANDY/
RTR39R81
October 29, 2012
A young boy colors with crayons in the children's playroom at a Red Cross shelter in Hampton Bays, New...
Hampton Bays, UNITED STATES
A young boy colors with crayons in the children's playroom at a Red Cross shelter in Hampton Bays, New...
A young boy colors with crayons in the children's playroom at a Red Cross shelter in Hampton Bays, New York October 29, 2012. Hurricane Sandy, the monster storm bearing down on the East Coast, strengthened on Monday after hundreds of thousands moved to higher ground, public transport shut down and the stock market suffered its first weather-related closure in 27 years. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
SEPT11/
RTR2R5GY
September 11, 2011
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze...
New York, UNITED STATES
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze...
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze plaques that surround the edges of the 9/11 Memorial Pool during the dedication ceremony for the 9/11 National Memorial and tenth 9/11 Attacks anniversary ceremonies at the World Trade Center site in New York, September 11, 2011. Larsen was a firefighter with NYFD Ladder 15 and was killed two days before his son August was born. The New York 9/11 memorial includes two plazas in the shape of the footprints of the twin towers with cascading 30 foot (9.1 metres) waterfalls. Around the perimeters of pools in the center of each plaza are the names of the victims of the 9/11attacks and an earlier 1993 attack at the trade center. REUTERS/Aaron Showalter/Pool (UNITED STATES)
SEPT11/
RTR2R5FB
September 11, 2011
A crayon etching of NYFD firefighter Scott Larson is made on the program listing all the names of the...
New York, UNITED STATES
A crayon etching of NYFD firefighter Scott Larson is made on the program listing all the names of the...
A crayon etching of NYFD firefighter Scott Larson is made on the program listing all the names of the victims of the 9/11 Attacks during the dedication ceremony for the 9/11 National Memorial and tenth 9/11 Attacks anniversary ceremonies at the World Trade Center site in New York, September 11, 2011. Larsen was a firefighter with NYFD Ladder 15 and was killed two days before his son August was born. The New York 9/11 memorial includes two plazas in the shape of the footprints of the twin towers with cascading 30 foot (9.1 metres) waterfalls. Around the perimeters of pools in the center of each plaza are the names of the victims of the 9/11attacks and an earlier 1993 attack at the trade center. REUTERS/Chip Somodevilla/Pool (UNITED STATES)
SEPT11/
RTR2R5F4
September 11, 2011
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze...
New York, UNITED STATES
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze...
Nine-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father's name where it appears on the bronze plaques that surround the edges of the 9/11 Memorial Pool during the dedication ceremony for the 9/11 National Memorial and tenth 9/11 Attacks anniversary ceremonies at the World Trade Center site in New York, September 11, 2011. Larsen was a firefighter with NYFD Ladder 15 and was killed two days before his son August was born. The New York 9/11 memorial includes two plazas in the shape of the footprints of the twin towers with cascading 30 foot (9.1 metres) waterfalls. Around the perimeters of pools in the center of each plaza are the names of the victims of the 9/11attacks and an earlier 1993 attack at the trade center. REUTERS/Chip Somodevilla/Pool (UNITED STATES)
SEPT11/
RTR2R5BO
September 11, 2011
9-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father Scott Larsen's name from its engraving...
New York, UNITED STATES
August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father Scott's name from its engraving on the edge of the...
9-year-old August Larsen makes a crayon rubbing of his father Scott Larsen's name from its engraving on the edge of the South Pool during ceremonies marking the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, September 11, 2011. Scott worked as a firefighter at Ladder 15 on 9/11, but never met his son August, who was born just a few days after Scott's death. REUTERS/Aaron Showalter/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
CHINA-ECONOMY/LABOUR
RTR2BETY
March 09, 2010
Migrant workers categorize crayons at a toy factory in Dongguan, Guangdong province March 9, 2010. South...
Dongguan, China
Migrant workers categorize crayons at a toy factory in Dongguan
Migrant workers categorize crayons at a toy factory in Dongguan, Guangdong province March 9, 2010. South China's export stronghold Guangdong is experiencing labour shortages that could result in higher wages, but they are not as severe as reported by the media, provincial Communist Party boss Wang Yang said. REUTERS/Joe Tan (CHINA - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
QUAKE-INDONESIA/
RTXPCLA
October 06, 2009
Indonesian students grab a crayon during a trauma healing exercise organised by World Vision at their...
Padang, Indonesia
Indonesian students grab a crayon during a trauma healing exercise organised by World Vision at their...
Indonesian students grab a crayon during a trauma healing exercise organised by World Vision at their school which was damaged in an earthquake at Kampung Timbalun in Padang, West Sumatra province October 6, 2009. Health workers fanned out across Padang on Tuesday to douse the Indonesian city with disinfectant over concerns about disease outbreaks six days after a deadly 7.6 magnitude earthquake rattled Sumatra. The rescue mission in Padang, a port city of 900,000, and in surrounding hills devastated by landslides has now turned to a huge relief effort to help thousands who have lost their homes. REUTERS/Dadang Tri (INDONESIA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA/
RTR26HY9
August 07, 2009
A child looks at crayons during a free back-to-school shopping day for school supplies for low-income...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A child looks at crayons during a free back-to-school shopping day for school supplies in San Francisco...
A child looks at crayons during a free back-to-school shopping day for school supplies for low-income families in San Francisco, California, August 7, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES EDUCATION SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAG9
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAG6
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, holds a Rubik's cube in his bedroom in Singapore February 6, 2009. While...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen holds a Rubik's cube in his bedroom in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, holds a Rubik's cube in his bedroom in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAG0
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore...
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, looks at a computer monitor while writing a program at his home in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAFN
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, stands near an Apple IIGS computer at his home in Singapore February 6,...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen stands near an Apple IIGS computer at his home in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, stands near an Apple IIGS computer at his home in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAFE
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, holds a book on iPhone programming at his home in Singapore February 6,...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen holds a book on iPhone programming at his home in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, holds a book on iPhone programming at his home in Singapore February 6, 2009.
While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAF7
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, uses a computer as his sisters play with his mother at his home in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen uses a computer as his sisters play with his mother at his home in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, uses a computer as his sisters play with his mother at his home in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE-IPHONE/CHILD
RTXBAEZ
February 06, 2009
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, displays an iPhone with his program "Doodle Kids" for the camera in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Lim Ding Wen displays an iPhone with his program Doodle Kids in Singapore
Lim Ding Wen, nine-years-old, displays an iPhone with his program "Doodle Kids" for the camera in Singapore February 6, 2009. While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, Lim, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone. Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
JORDAN/
RTR22RBZ
December 21, 2008
Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session...
Amman, Jordan
Young Iraqis attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman
Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman December 21, 2008. Ten Iraqi children, who were injured during the war, currently attend the daily sessions while undergoing the surgeries at the hospital, which is run by the Paris-based Medicins Sans Frontieres. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN)
CHILE-VOLCANO/
RTR2088C
May 05, 2008
A volcano eruption victim draws inside a shelter at Castro town, some 1191 km (740 miles) south of Santiago,...
Castro, Chile
A volcano eruption victim draws inside a shelter at Castro town
A volcano eruption victim draws inside a shelter at Castro town, some 1191 km (740 miles) south of Santiago, May 5, 2008. Chile prepared to evacuate another town in its remote Patagonian south on Monday, as ash spewed from a snowcapped volcano for a fourth day after its first eruption in thousands of years. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
INDIA
RTR1HM0T
September 22, 2006
Cancer-affected children attend the Rose Day function organised by the Cancer Patients Aids Association...
Mumbai, India
Cancer-affected children attend Rose Day function in Mumbai
Cancer-affected children attend the Rose Day function organised by the Cancer Patients Aids Association (CPAA) at a hospital in Mumbai September 22, 2006. Rose Day, observed to raise public awareness about cancer, involves greeting each of Mumbai's cancer patients with a rose and funds raised from the campaign are used for projects at cancer hospitals. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
JAPAN
RTR19BB7
January 29, 2006
Gypsy (L), a 50-year-old orangutan, draws a picture with crayons as her grandson Poppy watches during...
Tokyo, Japan
Orangutan draws picture with crayons as grandson watches at Tama Zoo Park in Tokyo
Gypsy (L), a 50-year-old orangutan, draws a picture with crayons as her grandson Poppy watches during a Sunday afternoon drawing session at Tama Zoo Park in suburban Tokyo January 29, 2006. Three female orangutans at the zoo have taken up drawing with crayons since last December and Gypsy has completed about fifteen drawings using a combination of different colours, especially with her favourites blue and yellow, zoo officials said. Picture taken January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto
JAPAN
RTR19B43
January 29, 2006
Mori, a 54-year-old orangutan, holds a crayon in her hand during a Sunday afternoon drawing session at...
Tokyo, Japan
Orangutan holds crayon during drawing session at Tama Zoo Park in Tokyo
Mori, a 54-year-old orangutan, holds a crayon in her hand during a Sunday afternoon drawing session at Tama Zoo Park in suburban Tokyo January 29, 2006. Three female orangutans at the zoo have taken up drawing with crayons since last December, and Mori, called "Great Artist Mori" at the zoo, has completed twenty drawings using a combination of different colours, especially with her favourites blue and gray, zoo officials said. Picture taken January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto
JAPAN
RTR19B3Z
January 29, 2006
Mori, a 54-year-old orangutan, holds a crayon in her hand during a Sunday afternoon drawing session at...
Tokyo, Japan
Orangutan holds crayon during drawing session at Tama Zoo Park in Tokyo
Mori, a 54-year-old orangutan, holds a crayon in her hand during a Sunday afternoon drawing session at Tama Zoo Park in suburban Tokyo January 29, 2006. Three female orangutans at the zoo have taken up drawing with crayons since last December, and Mori, called "Great Artist Mori" at the zoo, has completed twenty drawings using a combination of different colours, especially with her favourites blue and gray, zoo officials said. Picture taken January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto
JAPAN
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January 29, 2006
Gypsy, a 50-year-old orangutan, draws a picture with crayons during a Sunday afternoon art session at...
Tokyo, Japan
Orangutan draws picture with crayons at Tama Zoo Park in Tokyo
Gypsy, a 50-year-old orangutan, draws a picture with crayons during a Sunday afternoon art session at Tama Zoo Park in suburban Tokyo January 29, 2006. Three female orangutans at the zoo have taken up drawing with crayons since last December and Gypsy has completed about fifteen drawings using a combination of different colours, especially with her favourites blue and yellow, zoo officials said. Picture taken January 29, 2006. REUTERS/Noboru Hashimoto
IRAQ
RTRGI8D
July 05, 2005
A U.S. soldier hands out crayons and colouring books to Iraqi children in Baghdad July 5, 2005. According...
Baghdad
US soldier hands out crayons and colouring books to Iraqi children in Baghdad.
A U.S. soldier hands out crayons and colouring books to Iraqi children in Baghdad July 5, 2005. According to military officials, soldiers often go out on missions to talk with the people who live in the sectors they patrol. The soldiers say they are simultaneously reaching out to the local populace and scouting for anti-Iraqi forces. REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen RCS/AH
MANUFACTURING ROSEART MEGABLOKS
RTREI3O
June 15, 2005
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen smiles as he looks over at Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO...
Montreal, United Kingdom
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen smiles as he looks over at Mega Bloks Inc. president and ......
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen smiles as he looks over at Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO Bertrand at news conference in Montreal. Jeffrey Rosen (R), executive vice-president of New Jersey-based Rose Art smiles as he looks over at Marc Bertrand, president and chief executive officer of Montreal-based Mega Bloks Inc., at a news conference in Montreal June 15, 2005. Children's building block maker Mega Bloks Inc. said on Wednesday it will add crayons and craft kits to its toy chest, buying privately owned Rose Art group of companies in a deal worth at least $350 million. Mega Bloks, the world's second biggest toy building block maker behind Danish family owned Lego, said the acquisition will immediately add at least 15 percent to annual earnings per share. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
MANUFACTURING ROSEART MEGABLOKS
RTREI1Y
June 15, 2005
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen poses with Mega Bloks Inc.'s Marc Bertrand and his brother...
Montreal, United Kingdom
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen poses with Mega Bloks Inc.'s Marc Bertrand and his brother...
Rose Art's executive vice-president Rosen poses with Mega Bloks Inc.'s Marc Bertrand and his brother Vic Bertrand after news conference in Montreal. Jeffrey Rosen (C), executive vice-president of New Jersey-based Rose Art poses with Marc Bertrand (L), president and chief executive officer of Montreal-based Mega Bloks Inc., and his brother Vic Bertrand, executive vice-president and chief operating officer, following a news conference in Montreal June 15, 2005. Children's building block maker Mega Bloks Inc. said on Wednesday it will add crayons and craft kits to its toy chest, buying privately owned Rose Art group of companies in a deal worth at least $350 million. Mega Bloks, the world's second biggest toy building block maker behind Danish family owned Lego, said the acquisition will immediately add at least 15 percent to annual earnings per share. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
MANUFACTURING ROSEART MEGABLOKS
RTREI0Z
June 15, 2005
Marc Bertrand (L), president and chief executive officer of Montreal-based Mega Bloks Inc., poses with...
Montreal, United Kingdom
Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO Bertrand poses with Rose Art's Rosen after news conference in Montreal....
Marc Bertrand (L), president and chief executive officer of Montreal-based Mega Bloks Inc., poses with Jeffrey Rosen, executive vice-president of New Jersey-based Rose Art following their news conference in Montreal June 15, 2005. Children's building block maker Mega Bloks Inc. (MB.TO) said on Wednesday it will add crayons and craft kits to its toy chest, buying privately owned Rose Art group of companies in a deal worth at least $350 million. Mega Bloks, the world's second biggest toy building block maker behind Danish family owned Lego, said the acquisition will immediately add at least 15 percent to annual earnings per share. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi CM/PN
MANUFACTURING ROSEART MEGABLOKS
RTREHZ5
June 15, 2005
Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO Bertrand laughs as he shakes hands with Rose Art's Rosen at a news...
Montreal, United Kingdom
Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO Bertrand laughs as he shakes hands with Rose Art's Rosen at a news...
Mega Bloks Inc. president and CEO Bertrand laughs as he shakes hands with Rose Art's Rosen at a news conference in Montreal. Marc Bertrand (L), president and chief executive officer of Montreal-based Mega Bloks Inc., laughs as he shakes hands with Jeffrey Rosen, executive vice-president of New Jersey-based Rose Art at a news conference in Montreal June 15, 2005. Children's building block maker Mega Bloks Inc. said on Wednesday it will add crayons and craft kits to its toy chest, buying privately owned Rose Art group of companies in a deal worth at least $350 million. Mega Bloks, the world's second biggest toy building block maker behind Danish family owned Lego, said the acquisition will immediately add at least 15 percent to annual earnings per share. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
INDONESIA
RTRJBSQ
March 04, 2003
Muslim students using crayons compete in an Arabic painting contest in
Jakarta on March 4, 2003. Around...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
MUSLIM STUDENTS COMPETE IN ARABIC PAINTING CONTEST IN JAKARTA.
Muslim students using crayons compete in an Arabic painting contest in
Jakarta on March 4, 2003. Around 100 students took part in the contest,
which coincided with the celebration of the Islamic New Year.
REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/RCS
ALBRIGHT
RTXHJSQ
May 04, 1997
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (C) hands out tablets and crayons to guerrilla children, May 4...
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (C) hands out tablets and crayons to guerrilla children, May 4.....
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (C) hands out tablets and crayons to guerrilla children, May 4 in the Tuluche guerrilla disarmament camp, located approximately 60 kilometers north of the capital. Albright is on a one day visit to support the recently completed peace process.
RTR3HD1
May 04, 1997
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (C) hands out tablets and crayons to guerrilla children, May 4...
Guatemala
ALBRIGHT HANDS OUT GIFTS TO INDIGENOUS CHILDREN
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright (C) hands out tablets and crayons to guerrilla children, May 4 in the Tuluche guerrilla disarmament camp, located approximately 60 kilometers north of the capital. Albright is on a one day visit to support the recently completed peace process.

GUATEMALA ALBRIGHT
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