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USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTX712LQ
July 26, 2019
Fresh shoe prints are seen at a migrant crossing spot on the Rio Grande near Mission, Texas, U.S., July...
Mission, UNITED STATES
Fresh shoe prints are seen at a migrant crossing spot on the Rio Grande near Mission
Fresh shoe prints are seen at a migrant crossing spot on the Rio Grande near Mission, Texas, U.S., July 25, 2019. Picture taken July 25, 2019. REUTERS/Loren Elliott
RELIGION-EASTER/SPAIN
RTX6SII0
April 20, 2019
A penitent carries a rosary during the procession of "La Soledad" brotherhood during Holy Week in Madrid,...
Madrid, Spain
A penitent carries a rosary during the procession of "La Soledad" brotherhood during Holy Week in Madrid...
A penitent carries a rosary during the procession of "La Soledad" brotherhood during Holy Week in Madrid, Spain, April 20, 2019. REUTERS/Susana Vera
INDIA-KASHMIR/
RTX6P9RC
March 02, 2019
A relative looks at the wounded legs of Mohammad Younis, a civilian, who was injured in a cross-border...
Jammu, India
A relative looks at the wounded legs of Mohammad Younis, a civilian, who was injured in a cross-border...
A relative looks at the wounded legs of Mohammad Younis, a civilian, who was injured in a cross-border firing near the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector on Friday night, in a hospital in Jammu March 2, 2019. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta
ETHIOPIA-MIGRANTS/RETURNEES
RTS2D2V0
January 31, 2019
Ethiopian migrant Jemal Ahmed, 22, who claims he was shot in his leg while attempting to cross the Yemeni...
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ethiopian migrant Jemal Ahmed, sits at an International Organization for Migration temporary shelter...
Ethiopian migrant Jemal Ahmed, 22, who claims he was shot in his leg while attempting to cross the Yemeni border, sits at an International Organization for Migration (IOM) temporary shelter after being returned from Yemen to the capital Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
WW1-CENTURY/BRITAIN
RTS24YIP
November 07, 2018
A visitor views hand written messages on small crosses planted in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster...
London, United Kingdom
A visitor views hand written messages on small crosses planted in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster...
A visitor views hand written messages on small crosses planted in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain November 7, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX6G90B
October 24, 2018
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant...
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant...
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant caravan heading to U.S., in Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX6G718
October 23, 2018
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant...
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant...
Central American migrants cross the Suchiate river into Mexico on a raft as they try to reach a migrant caravan heading to U.S., in Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico October 23, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE-WAMBA
RTS225ZJ
September 20, 2018
He fled hardship and unrest in Congo Republic with nothing but his ball and a change of clothes. Now,...
Thessaloniki, Greece
A Picture and its Story: A migrant's journey: Congo to a Greek hoop dream
He fled hardship and unrest in Congo Republic with nothing but his ball and a change of clothes. Now, not yet 18, Christ Wamba is training with a professional basketball club in Europe. Taking a well-trodden route north out of sub-Saharan Africa, Wamba clung on to his treasured ball until he had to jettison it on the sea crossing from Turkey to Greece. He is now under the wing of one the country's biggest clubs, Aris, as he waits for his asylum application to be processed. "I didn't have shoes to play basket," Wamba, a towering figure with boyish looks and bleached hair, said of life in Congo, a nation rife with poverty despite its oil wealth. "I played with flip-flops. Sometimes with nothing, without shoes, with only my legs, with blood sometimes," he said. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "KONSTANTINIDIS WAMBA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE-WAMBA
HUNGARY-HOLIDAY/
RTS1Y30H
August 20, 2018
Fireworks explode over Danube River during Saint Stephen's Day in Budapest, Hungary, August 20, 2018....
Budapest, Hungary
Fireworks explode over Danube River during Saint Stephen's Day in Budapest
Fireworks explode over Danube River during Saint Stephen's Day in Budapest, Hungary, August 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/SIDELINE
RTX6BAMD
July 14, 2018
A bollard resembling a football decorates a crossing at Izmailovsky Market, Moscow, Russia, July 14,...
Moscow, Russia
FIFA World Cup: From the Sidelines
A bollard resembling a football decorates a crossing at Izmailovsky Market, Moscow, Russia, July 14, 2018. As well as shooting all the matches, Reuters photographers are producing pictures showing their own quirky view from the sidelines of the World Cup. REUTERS/Carl Recine
SOCCER-ENGLAND-NOT-CVC/
RTS1S4FM
May 18, 2018
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City
Soccer Football - League Two Play Off Semi Final Second Leg - Notts County vs Coventry City - Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Britain - May 18, 2018 General view of the sprinkler hitting the cross bar during half time Action Images/Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX5T1IY
April 19, 2018
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
Tlaquepaque, Mexico
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight train before embarking on a new leg of his travels, in Tlaquepaque, in Jalisco state, Mexico April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX5SZUV
April 19, 2018
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
Tlaquepaque, Mexico
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight train before embarking on a new leg of his travels, in Tlaquepaque, in Jalisco state, Mexico April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
USA-IMMIGRATION/CARAVAN
RTX5SZIK
April 19, 2018
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
Tlaquepaque, Mexico
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight...
A Central American migrant, moving in a caravan through Mexico, crosses between the wagons of a freight train before embarking on a new leg of his travels, in Tlaquepaque, in Jalisco state, Mexico April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EN
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EL
March 30, 2018
A pilgrim walks towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
A pilgrim walks towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
A pilgrim walks towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EK
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EJ
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EI
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EH
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EF
March 30, 2018
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EE
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EC
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EB
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4EA
March 30, 2018
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
A pilgrim walks accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4E8
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk accross a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
RELIGION-EASTER/BRITAIN
RTX5F4E6
March 30, 2018
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
BEAL, United Kingdom
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island...
Pilgrims walk towards a tidal causeway on the final leg of the Northern Cross pilgrimage to Holy Island in Northumbria, Britain March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS-BES-BAY/
RTS1NNA6
March 14, 2018
Soccer Football - Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg - Besiktas vs Bayern Munich - Vodafone Arena,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg - Besiktas vs Bayern Munich
Soccer Football - Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg - Besiktas vs Bayern Munich - Vodafone Arena, Istanbul, Turkey - March 14, 2018 Bayern Munich's David Alaba crosses the ball for Sandro Wagner (not pictured) to score their third goal REUTERS/Murad Sezer
BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
RTS1MU4V
March 09, 2018
A Dachshund walks on a zebra crossing as it arrives for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham,...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
A Dachshund walks on a zebra crossing as it arrives for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham...
A Dachshund walks on a zebra crossing as it arrives for the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain March 9, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Staples
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS-BAY-BES/
RTX4Y15A
February 20, 2018
Soccer Football - Champions League Round of 16 First Leg - Bayern Munich vs Besiktas - Allianz Arena,...
Munich, Germany
Champions League Round of 16 First Leg - Bayern Munich vs Besiktas
Soccer Football - Champions League Round of 16 First Leg - Bayern Munich vs Besiktas - Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany - February 20, 2018 Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman crosses the ball under pressure from Besiktas' Adriano REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
SOCCER-EUROPA-CEL-ZSP/
RTX4X58O
February 15, 2018
Soccer Football - Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Celtic vs Zenit Saint Petersburg - Celtic Park,...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Celtic vs Zenit Saint Petersburg
Soccer Football - Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Celtic vs Zenit Saint Petersburg - Celtic Park, Glasgow, Britain - February 15, 2018 Celtic’s Charly Musonda crosses the ball for Callum McGregor to score their first goal REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
SOCCER-EUROPA-OST-ARS/
RTX4X47A
February 15, 2018
Soccer Football - Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Ostersunds FK vs Arsenal - Jamtkraft Arena, Ostersund,...
Ostersund, Sweden
Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Ostersunds FK vs Arsenal
Soccer Football - Europa League Round of 32 First Leg - Ostersunds FK vs Arsenal - Jamtkraft Arena, Ostersund, Sweden - February 15, 2018 Arsenal's Henrikh Mkhitaryan crosses before Ostersunds FK's Sotirios Papagiannopoulos scores an own goal and the second for Arsenal Action Images via Reuters/Peter Cziborra
PORTUGAL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VLR5
February 11, 2018
Carnival participants march during a parade in Torres Vedras, Portugal February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro...
Torres Vedras, Portugal
Carnival participants march during a parade in Torres Vedras
Carnival participants march during a parade in Torres Vedras, Portugal February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3VAP1
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTX3VACJ
December 19, 2017
Photographers help a Rohingya refugee to come out of Naf River as they cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: Persecuted Rohingya Muslims flee violence in Myanmar
Photographers help a Rohingya refugee to come out of Naf River as they cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border in Palong Khali, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 1, 2017. Hannah McKay: "We were standing, looking out over paddy fields and grasslands - lots of water and one thin path leading to the border with Myanmar. In the distance we could see a huge group of people. But they weren't moving. It was 4 p.m. in the afternoon with only two hours of daylight left. So we decided to move towards them. It took us about an hour along the muddy path, meeting border guards and persuading them to let us pass. Then we saw thousands of refugees just sitting there, with more Bangladeshi border guards telling us to go back. We could see something was going on behind the crowd. So we waited for an opportunity to move closer, and that's when we saw them. The crowd was sitting on a riverbank and behind them, about three metres below, in the river itself, there were just hundreds of refugees coming across every minute. It was non-stop. There was no end to the people. People carrying babies. Elderly people being escorted through the water and mud, more than knee-deep. And we were just photographing everyone coming towards us. Then this woman appeared. She got to the point where she needed to get up to the footpath where we were. But she was exhausted. Two refugee men on her level were trying to push her up, which was when we reached out to help. Reuters photographer, Adnan Abidi, took a hand. Another photographer took another and I got her leg when she got within range. It was a case of dragging her. She lay there for a few minutes. I have no idea what happened to her. You are there trying to do your job with a camera in your hand. And then your heart overrules your head." REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File photo SEARCH "POY ROHINGYA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9HC
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
RRohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9FO
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 2, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 2, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9F9
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9EZ
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their makeshift shelter...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their make-shift shelter...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9EH
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein as her father Sayedul...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum consoles her nephew as her father cuts wood outside her family's makeshift...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein as her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, cuts wood outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017.Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CO
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. SSenuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CL
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CG
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, has her head stroked by her sister-in-law Hasina Begum, 22, as she...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum has her head stroked by her sister-in-law as she rests at their family's...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, has her head stroked by her sister-in-law Hasina Begum, 22, as she rests at their family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AZ
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AU
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AP
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V98Y
December 19, 2017
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with...
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V97B
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V971
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, (L) queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, (L) queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V954
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V90P
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein at her family's makeshift...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum consoles her nephew at her family's make-shift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PAZF
December 11, 2017
Photographers help a Rohingya refugee to come out of Nad River as they cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Photographers help a Rohingya refugee to come out of Nad River as they cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border in Palong Khali, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 1, 2017. Hannah McKay: "We were standing, looking out over paddy fields and grasslands - lots of water and one thin path leading to the border with Myanmar. In the distance we could see a huge group of people. But they weren't moving. It was 4 o'clock in the afternoon with only two hours of daylight left. So we decided to move towards them. It took us about an hour along the muddy path, meeting border guards and persuading them to let us pass. Then we saw thousands of refugees just sitting there, with more Bangladeshi border guards telling us to go back. We could see something was going on behind the crowd. So we waited for an opportunity to move closer, and that's when we saw them. The crowd was sitting on a riverbank and behind them, about three metres below, in the river itself, there were just hundreds of refugees coming across every minute. It was non-stop. There was no end to the people. People carrying babies. Elderly people being escorted through the water and mud, more than knee-deep. And we were just photographing everyone coming towards us. Then this woman appeared. She got to the point where she needed to get up to the footpath where we were. But she was exhausted. Two refugee men on her level were trying to push her up, which was when we reached out to help. Reuters photographer, Adnan Abidi, took a hand. Another photographer took another and I got her leg when she got within range. It was a case of dragging her. She lay there for a few minutes. I have no idea what happened to her. You are there trying to do your job with a camera in your hand. And then your heart overrules your head." REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3JR2H
November 23, 2017
A Rohingya refugee with an injured leg rests exhausted hours after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
A Rohingya refugee with an injured leg rests exhausted hours after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border...
A Rohingya refugee with an injured leg rests exhausted hours after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border at Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 23, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3JLQ1
November 22, 2017
Rohingya refugees Mohammed Saiful, 6, (L) and Nur Hashim, 9, recover in the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugees Saiful and Hashim recover in the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross field hospital at Kutupalong...
Rohingya refugees Mohammed Saiful, 6, (L) and Nur Hashim, 9, recover in the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross field hospital at Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 22, 2017. Saiful had his leg amputated due to injuries sustained after getting hit by a car. Hashim recovers from a broken leg after getting attacked by an elephant. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3JKHB
November 22, 2017
Rohingya refugee Toyuba Khatun, 60, recovers from a leg amputation at the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Khatun recovers from a leg amputation at the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross field hospital...
Rohingya refugee Toyuba Khatun, 60, recovers from a leg amputation at the Norwegian-Finnish Red Cross field hospital at Kutupalong refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 22, 2017. Khatun's foot got necrosis after getting injured from days of walking to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. Her husband ended up carrying her on his shoulders but by the time she received medical treatment it was too late to save her foot. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/INJURIES
RTS1KA1O
November 16, 2017
Since the ethnic violence erupted in late August, thousands of Rohingya have crossed the border each...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
The Wider Image: Bullets and Burns: Injured Rohingya Refugees
Since the ethnic violence erupted in late August, thousands of Rohingya have crossed the border each week, often travelling for days and even weeks, trekking through forests and over mountains, with many making a hazardous river or sea crossing on the last leg of their flight to fellow-Muslim Bangladesh. Bangladeshi hospitals and international aid agencies are struggling to provide medical care for all the refugees, many of whom have suffered horrific injuries and psychological trauma. More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since Myanmar's military launched what it described as "clearance operations" following a series of attacks by Rohingya militants on security posts in Rakhine state in late August. At the camps in Bangladesh, other Rohingya victims of the violence recounted the horrors they had lived through. REUTERS/Jorge Silva SEARCH "ROHINGYA INJURIES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/INJURIES
SOCCER-CONCACAF/
RTX3IEB1
October 27, 2017
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 26, 2017. Player Kenny Cunningham of Costa Rica's Santos de Guapiles is taken by the Red Cross to a hospital after he sustained an injury. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
SOCCER-CONCACAF/
RTX3IE9V
October 27, 2017
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 26, 2017. Red Cross workers carry on stretcher Kenny Cunningham of Costa Rica's Santos de Guapiles who sustains an injury. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
SOCCER-CONCACAF/
RTX3IE9U
October 27, 2017
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 26, 2017. Red Cross workers carry on stretcher Kenny Cunningham of Costa Rica's Santos de Guapiles who sustains an injury. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
SOCCER-CONCACAF/
RTX3IE99
October 27, 2017
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg
Football Soccer - Santos de Guapiles v Olimpia - CONCACAF League final, second leg - National stadium, San Jose, Costa Rica, October 26, 2017. Red Cross workers carry on stretcher Kenny Cunningham of Costa Rica's Santos de Guapiles who sustains an injury. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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