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USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTX83JYP
October 19, 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump lashes out at reporters, identifying them as criminals as he responds to...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Trump arrives on campaign travel in Phoenix, Arizona
U.S. President Donald Trump lashes out at reporters, identifying them as criminals as he responds to a question from Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason about Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, after Trump arrived on campaign travel at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S., October 19, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
PAKISTAN-ANIMALS/
RTS2RPVZ
October 18, 2019
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar,...
Peshawar, Pakistan
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar
A two and half month-old lion cub leans on his mother, inside their enclosure at the Zoo in Peshawar, Pakistan October 18, 2019. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VL4
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, September 16, 2019. Picture taken September 16, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VKD
October 03, 2019
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan hangs on a tree at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VK9
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation...
An orangutan is pictured at an pre-release island for orangutans by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VK3
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
INDONESIA-ANIMALS/
RTX75VJV
October 03, 2019
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
PALANGKA RAYA, Indonesia
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF)...
An orangutan is pictured at a pre-release island used by Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) at Sei Gohong village in Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia, October 3, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
MYANMAR-ELEPHANT/
RTX75O4Y
October 02, 2019
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after...
Bago, Myanmar
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after...
A camp staff feeds Ayeyar Sein, a four-month-old baby elephant who lost her parents to poachers, after her daily wound cleaning in Wingabaw Elephant Camp, Bago, Myanmar, September 30, 2019. Picture taken September 30, 2019. REUTERS/Ann Wang TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHICAGO-POLICE/
RTS2B7NL
January 18, 2019
Laquan McDonald's great-uncle Marvin Hunter speaks to reporters as he attends the sentencing for former...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Laquan McDonald's great-uncle Marvin Hunter speaks to reporters as he attends the sentencing for former...
Laquan McDonald's great-uncle Marvin Hunter speaks to reporters as he attends the sentencing for former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, who was found guilty in the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald at the Leighton Criminal Courts Building in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
CHICAGO-POLICE/
RTS2289H
September 21, 2018
Rev. Jesse Jackson (L), and Laquan McDonald's mother Tina Hunter listen in during the trial of Chicago...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Rev. Jesse Jackson and Laquan McDonald's mother Tina Hunter listen in during the trial of Chicago police...
Rev. Jesse Jackson (L), and Laquan McDonald's mother Tina Hunter listen in during the trial of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke for the shooting death of Laquan McDonald at the Leighton Criminal Court Building in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., September 20, 2018. Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune/Pool via REUTERS
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1DD
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (R) and Serge Klarsfeld react after being awarded by German ambassador to...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and Serge Klarsfeld react after being awarded by German ambassador to France...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (R) and Serge Klarsfeld react after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCENAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1CT
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld wears the Federal Cross of Merit after being awarded by German ambassador...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld wears the Federal Cross of Merit after being awarded by German ambassador...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld wears the Federal Cross of Merit after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1C3
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1BA
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1AX
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L1AG
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L19C
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld reacts after being awarded by German ambassador to France at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L18Z
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld (R) talks with his son, lawyer Arno Klarsfeld (L) after being awarded at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld talks with his son, lawyer Arno Klarsfeld after being awarded at the German...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld (R) talks with his son, lawyer Arno Klarsfeld (L) after being awarded at the German ambassador residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L17Q
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (L) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) react after being awarded by German...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld attend a ceremony in Paris
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (L) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) react after being awarded by German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L17K
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer (L) at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L17A
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer (L) at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1L175
July 20, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld (R) pose with German ambassador Susanne Wasum-Rainer (L) at her residence in Paris, France, July 20, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld were awarded with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing war criminals to justice. The couple recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKX
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures, one of his parents in Nice in 1943 a few weeks...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures, one of his parents in Nice in 1943 a few weeks before his father was deported by the Gestapo (L), and one of his wife Beate, when she was young, during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Nazi hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKU
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures with on top, a picture of him and his wife Beate...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures with on top, a picture of him and his wife Beate during Xavier Vallat's funeral on January 6, 1972, and at bottom a picture of him being taken away from a neo-Nazi rally in Munich on December 4, 1976, during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Nazi hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKN
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKM
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Nazi hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKD
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPKC
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPK9
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld speak during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPJ8
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPJ3
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld (R) displays an archive picture of her wife Beate being taken away from Parliament...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld (R) displays an archive picture of her wife Beate being taken away from Parliament after she slapped German chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger in Berlin on November 7, 1968, as Beate looks on during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Nazi hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPIB
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures as he was taken away from a neo-Nazi rally in Munich...
Paris, France
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office...
Nazi hunter Serge Klarsfeld displays archive pictures as he was taken away from a neo-Nazi rally in Munich on December 4, 1976, during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Nazi hunters Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPI7
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPI1
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld look at archive pictures during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPHY
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPHW
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-NAZIHUNTERS/
RTX1KPHN
July 17, 2015
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Paris, France
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at...
Nazi hunters Beate Klarsfeld and her husband Serge Klarsfeld pose during an interview with Reuters at their office in Paris, France, July 10, 2015. Beate and Serge Klarsfeld, who recently published their memoirs in France telling several decades spent hunting for perpetrators of Nazi crimes around the world, will be awarded on Monday July 20 with the highest German distinction, the Federal Cross of Merit, for bringing these war criminals to justice. Picture taken July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
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Austrian Poacher Kills Policemen - 18 Sep 2013
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SAFRICA-RHINOS/
RTR3B7BA
December 04, 2012
An anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park December 4,...
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa
An anti-poaching aircraft is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park
An anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker is shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park December 4, 2012. South Africa has taken its war against rhino poaching to the skies by deploying a high-tech, low-speed reconnaissance aircraft to detect illegal hunters before they strike. Home to nearly all the continent's rhinos, the country is on the frontline of a poaching war where criminals with high-powered weapons, helicopters and night vision goggles have been killing the animals for their horns, which sell at prices higher than gold in Asia as a traditional medicine. The anti-poaching aircraft is equipped with sophisticated heat sensors to detect animals and humans on the ground, and a quiet engine. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
SAFRICA-RHINOS/
RTR3B7B4
December 04, 2012
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger...
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK, South Africa
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park...
Rangers look at an anti-poaching aircraft named Seeker, which is being shown to reporters at the Kruger National Park, December 4 2012. South Africa has taken its war against rhino poaching to the skies by deploying a high-tech, low-speed reconnaissance aircraft to detect illegal hunters before they strike. Home to nearly all the continent's rhinos, the country is on the frontline of a poaching war where criminals with high-powered weapons, helicopters and night vision goggles have been killing the animals for their horns, which sell at prices higher than gold in Asia as a traditional medicine. The anti-poaching aircraft is equipped with sophisticated heat sensors to detect animals and humans on the ground, and a quiet engine. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
BOSNIA-FRANCE/BEAR
RTR1ZHKI
April 14, 2008
Patrick Sacco, a member of French animal protection group Respectons, feeds Miljen the bear in the garden...
Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Member of French animal protection group Respectons feeds Miljen the bear in garden of hotel near Prijedor...
Patrick Sacco, a member of French animal protection group Respectons, feeds Miljen the bear in the garden of a hotel near Prijedor April 14, 2008. Miljen, a Bosnian bear who fell into the hands of mobsters and almost died from starvation and solitude travels to a French sanctuary this week for a life of luxury with two female companions. When Miljen's mother was killed by hunters in 2000, the cub was sold to a crime boss keen to emulate famous Balkan criminals who see keeping wild animals as proof of machismo. When the gangster was jailed in 2005 for running a trafficking and prostitution ring, Miljen was left to the mercy of neighbours, who could only afford to feed him bread. He weighed just 70 kg (155 lb) by the time a Serbian film-maker saw him while shooting footage in the area. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-FRANCE/BEAR
RTR1ZHKH
April 14, 2008
Miljen the bear stands in an enclosure in the garden of a hotel near the Bosnian town Prijedor April...
Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Miljen the bear stands in enclosure in garden of hotel near Prijedor
Miljen the bear stands in an enclosure in the garden of a hotel near the Bosnian town Prijedor April 14, 2008. Miljen, a Bosnian bear who fell into the hands of mobsters and almost died from starvation and solitude travels to a French sanctuary this week for a life of luxury with two female companions. When Miljen's mother was killed by hunters in 2000, the cub was sold to a crime boss keen to emulate famous Balkan criminals who see keeping wild animals as proof of machismo. When the gangster was jailed in 2005 for running a trafficking and prostitution ring, Miljen was left to the mercy of neighbours, who could only afford to feed him bread. He weighed just 70 kg (155 lb) by the time a Serbian film-maker saw him while shooting footage in the area. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-FRANCE/BEAR
RTR1ZHKG
April 14, 2008
Professor Dragomir Mijic, president of Bosnian animal protection group NOA, feeds Miljen the bear in...
Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Professor Dragomir Mijic feeds Miljen the bear in garden of hotel near Prijedor
Professor Dragomir Mijic, president of Bosnian animal protection group NOA, feeds Miljen the bear in the garden of a hotel near Prijedor April 14, 2008. Miljen, a Bosnian bear who fell into the hands of mobsters and almost died from starvation and solitude travels to a French sanctuary this week for a life of luxury with two female companions. When Miljen's mother was killed by hunters in 2000, the cub was sold to a crime boss keen to emulate famous Balkan criminals who see keeping wild animals as proof of machismo. When the gangster was jailed in 2005 for running a trafficking and prostitution ring, Miljen was left to the mercy of neighbours, who could only afford to feed him bread. He weighed just 70 kg (155 lb) by the time a Serbian film-maker saw him while shooting footage in the area. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA-FRANCE/BEAR
RTR1ZHKE
April 14, 2008
Miljen the bear stands in an enclosure in the garden of a hotel near the Bosnian town Prijedor April...
Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Miljen the bear stands in enclosure in garden of hotel near Prijedor
Miljen the bear stands in an enclosure in the garden of a hotel near the Bosnian town Prijedor April 14, 2008. Miljen, a Bosnian bear who fell into the hands of mobsters and almost died from starvation and solitude travels to a French sanctuary this week for a life of luxury with two female companions. When Miljen's mother was killed by hunters in 2000, the cub was sold to a crime boss keen to emulate famous Balkan criminals who see keeping wild animals as proof of machismo. When the gangster was jailed in 2005 for running a trafficking and prostitution ring, Miljen was left to the mercy of neighbours, who could only afford to feed him bread. He weighed just 70 kg (155 lb) by the time a Serbian film-maker saw him while shooting footage in the area. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/
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April 11, 2008
Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the...
Ludwigsburg, Germany
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Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the Federal States for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes, poses at an exhibition in Ludwigsburg March 14, 2008. Germany's chief Nazi prosecutor is now more likely to be consoling the grandchild of a war criminal than chasing Adolf Hitler's murderous henchmen. More than 60 years after World War Two ended, Nazi hunters are running out of targets and increasingly becoming historians who shine a harsh light on dark family secrets. Picture taken March 14, 2008. To match feature NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/
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April 11, 2008
Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the...
Ludwigsburg, Germany
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Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the Federal States for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes, poses in his office in Ludwigsburg March 14, 2008. Germany's chief Nazi prosecutor is now more likely to be consoling the grandchild of a war criminal than chasing Adolf Hitler's murderous henchmen. More than 60 years after World War Two ended, Nazi hunters are running out of targets and increasingly becoming historians who shine a harsh light on dark family secrets. Picture taken March 14, 2008. To match feature NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/
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April 11, 2008
Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the...
Ludwigsburg, Germany
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Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the Federal States for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes, poses in his office in Ludwigsburg March 14, 2008. Germany's chief Nazi prosecutor is now more likely to be consoling the grandchild of a war criminal than chasing Adolf Hitler's murderous henchmen. More than 60 years after World War Two ended, Nazi hunters are running out of targets and increasingly becoming historians who shine a harsh light on dark family secrets. To match feature NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/
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April 11, 2008
Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the...
Ludwigsburg, Germany
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Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the Federal States for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes, poses in the central card index room in Ludwigsburg March 14, 2008. Germany's chief Nazi prosecutor is now more likely to be consoling the grandchild of a war criminal than chasing Adolf Hitler's murderous henchmen. More than 60 years after World War Two ended, Nazi hunters are running out of targets and increasingly becoming historians who shine a harsh light on dark family secrets. To match feature NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/
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April 11, 2008
Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the...
Ludwigsburg, Germany
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Senior Public Prosecutor Kurt Schrimm, head of the Central Office of the Judicial Authorities of the Federal States for the Investigation of National Socialist Crimes, poses in the central card index room in Ludwigsburg March 14, 2008. Germany's chief Nazi prosecutor is now more likely to be consoling the grandchild of a war criminal than chasing Adolf Hitler's murderous henchmen. More than 60 years after World War Two ended, Nazi hunters are running out of targets and increasingly becoming historians who shine a harsh light on dark family secrets. To match feature NAZIHUNTER-HISTORIAN/ REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
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March 12, 2008
Gun collector Lynn Kartchner takes aim with an AK-47 assault rifle at his gun shop in Douglas, Arizona,...
Douglas, UNITED STATES
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Gun collector Lynn Kartchner takes aim with an AK-47 assault rifle at his gun shop in Douglas, Arizona, February 29, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken February 29, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Tim Gaynor (UNITED STATES)
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March 12, 2008
A customer browses for guns at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas March 7, 2008. The American affinity...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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A customer browses for guns at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS
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March 12, 2008
Guns are put up for sale at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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Guns are put up for sale at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS
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March 12, 2008
A salesman takes a rifle off the rack to show a customer at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas,...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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A salesman takes a rifle off the rack to show a customer at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS
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March 12, 2008
Cabela's salesman Larry Allen shows a customer a gun at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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Cabela's salesman Larry Allen shows a customer a gun at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS
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March 12, 2008
A customer browses for guns at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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A customer browses for guns at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
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March 12, 2008
Customers look at the trophy mounts shot by hunters in Africa displayed at the Cabela's store in Fort...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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Customers look at the trophy mounts shot by hunters in Africa displayed at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS
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March 12, 2008
A customer holds a hand gun at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
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A customer holds a hand gun at the Cabela's store in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7, 2008. The American affinity for guns may puzzle foreigners who link high ownership rates and liberal gun ownership laws to the 84 gun deaths and 34 gun homicides that occur in the United States each day and wonder why gun control is not an issue in the U.S. Presidential election. The owners are not just urban criminals and drug dealers. There are hunters and home security advocates, and then there are the gun collectors. Picture taken March 7, 2008. To match feature USA-GUNS/COLLECTORS REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)
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WIESENTHAL
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September 23, 2005
Israeli officials and relatives of Simon Wiesenthal mourn during the funeral in Herzliya September 23,...
Herzliya, Israel
Israeli officials and relatives of Simon Wiesenthal mourn during the funeral in Herzliya September 2.....
Israeli officials and relatives of Simon Wiesenthal mourn during the funeral in Herzliya September 23, 2005. Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal was buried in Israel on Friday, eulogised as a concentration camp survivor who refused to let the horrors of the Holocaust go unpunished or ever be forgotten. [Hundreds of mourners including foreign dignitaries and former death camp inmates packed a tiny cemetery in the seaside town of Herzliya to honour the man who helped catch some of World War Two's most notorious war criminals.]
PEOPLE WIESENTHAL
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September 23, 2005
Franz Morak, Austrian Secretary of State for Culture, speaks during the funeral of Simon Wiesenthal in...
Herzliya
Morak, Austrian Secretary of State for Culture, speaks during the funeral of Simon Wiesenthal in Herzliya...
Franz Morak, Austrian Secretary of State for Culture, speaks during the funeral of Simon Wiesenthal in Herzliya on September 23, 2005. Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal was buried in Israel on Friday, eulogised as a concentration camp survivor who refused to let the horrors of the Holocaust go unpunished or ever be forgotten. Hundreds of mourners including foreign dignitaries and former death camp inmates packed a tiny cemetery in the seaside town of Herzliya to honour the man who helped catch some of World War Two's most notorious war criminals. REUTERS/Michael Leckel
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