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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ISRAEL-PROTEST
RTX7L1JM
July 21, 2020
Israelis protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government's response to the...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israelis protest against government's response to the coronavirus crisis
Israelis protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government's response to the financial fallout of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis outside Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem July 21, 2020. The words on the placard in Hebrew read "Cruel Government, Social protest". REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
AFRICA-SLAVERY/JOURNEY
RTX71SYS
August 01, 2019
Kwaku Agyei, 71, a pastor and resident of Obuasi, tells the story of slave trade to young workers in...
Obuasi, Ghana
The Wider Image: Retracing a slave route in Ghana, 400 years on
Kwaku Agyei, 71, a pastor and resident of Obuasi, tells the story of slave trade to young workers in his neighbourhood, in Obuasi, Ghana, July 25, 2019. "They captured us because they realised we were very strong," the Agyei said. "They sent our ancestors to work on sugar plantations. The slave trade made us realise that the white man was cruel." But many rulers of West African empires, such as the Ashanti kingdom, whose descendants still live in this part of modern-day Ghana, also profited, selling captured slaves in exchange for guns, cloth, alcohol and other Western manufactured goods. "Our elders exchanged their children for 'nice things' like matchboxes," Agyei said. But once again, his pride in his heritage shows through. "I can say our ancestors were the ones who developed America," he says. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko SEARCH "SLAVERY JOURNEY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTX6I06E
December 10, 2018
A cloth embroidered by the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia, with the phrase that reads: "the...
Bogota, Colombia
A cloth embroidered by the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia, with the phrase that reads: "the...
A cloth embroidered by the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia, with the phrase that reads: "the history of Colombia is always cruel and heavy for us women", is seen in the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) in Bogota, Colombia December 10, 2018. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTX6FJ39
October 18, 2018
Nepalese army personnel drag a water buffalo during the sacrificial ceremony to mark "Dashain", the biggest...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nepalese army personnel drag a water buffalo during the sacrificial ceremony to mark "Dashain", the biggest...
Nepalese army personnel drag a water buffalo during the sacrificial ceremony to mark "Dashain", the biggest religious festival for Hindus in Kathmandu, Nepal October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
ENVIRONMENT-CHINA/POACHING
RTS1UCN9
June 29, 2018
One of a flock of five yellow-billed grosbeaks is seen trapped and killed in an illegal mist net in Yongding...
YONGDING, China
One of a flock of five yellow-billed grosbeaks is seen trapped and killed in an illegal mist net in Yongding...
One of a flock of five yellow-billed grosbeaks is seen trapped and killed in an illegal mist net in Yongding county, in Anhui province, China March 26, 2018. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/James Pomfret
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKRN
January 15, 2018
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh,...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu...
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKRH
January 15, 2018
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh,...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu...
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKR3
January 15, 2018
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh,...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu...
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKQN
January 15, 2018
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh,...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu...
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKQ8
January 15, 2018
Villagers watch a bull fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Villagers watch a bull fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot...
Villagers watch a bull fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
RELIGION-NEPAL/
RTX4BKQ2
January 15, 2018
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh,...
NUWAKOT, Nepal
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu...
Bulls fight during the Maghesangranti festival, which commemorates the start of the holy month of Magh, ushering in the coming of warmer weather and longer days, at Talukachandani village in Nuwakot district near Kathmandu, Nepal January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
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Taiwan's 'holy pig' festival
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LUNAR-NEWYEAR/TAIWAN-PIGS
RTX2ZDHZ
February 02, 2017
The winner of Taiwan's "holy pig" ceremony on Thursday defended the lunar new year tradition against...
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Taiwan's "holy pig" festival
The winner of Taiwan's "holy pig" ceremony on Thursday defended the lunar new year tradition against critics who argue the fattened animals are raised under cruel conditions. The ceremony harkens back to a time when early Chinese settlers to Taiwan used to pray to mountain gods and local deities for protection against wild animals and other threats. Each new year, the fattened pigs are slaughtered and the carcasses decorated and paraded through the streets of Sanhsia, a traditional district in northern Taiwan, to the temple. The owner of the biggest pig wins the competition and with it an auspicious sign that the year to come will be a lucky one. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "HOLY PIG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SRI LANKA-UN/
RTX2D8FL
May 07, 2016
Juan E. Mendez (R), United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Juan E. Mendez and Monica Pinto attend a news conference in Colombo
Juan E. Mendez (R), United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, and Monica Pinto (L), U.N. special rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, attend a news conference at the end of their visit in Colombo, Sri Lanka May 7, 2016. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
SRI LANKA-UN/
RTX2D8FI
May 07, 2016
Juan E. Mendez, United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Juan E. Mendez, U.N. special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or...
Juan E. Mendez, United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, attends a news conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka May 7, 2016. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
SRI LANKA-UN/
RTX2D8FG
May 07, 2016
Juan E. Mendez, United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Juan E. Mendez, U.N. special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or...
Juan E. Mendez, United Nations special rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, attends a news conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka May 7, 2016. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGX8
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Lopez Simon is seen after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Lopez Simon is seen after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 7, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGX3
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Rafaelillo opens his jacket after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Rafaelillo opens his jacket after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 17, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGX2
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Lopez Simon stands during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Lopez Simon stands during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 7, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWT
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Julian Lopez "El Juli" walks wounded in his right gluteus after being gored by a bull...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Julian Lopez "El Juli" walks wounded in his right gluteus after being gored by a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 15, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWS
April 18, 2016
Peruvian matador Roca Rey washes his face after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Peruvian matador Roca Rey washes his face after killing a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 15, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWQ
April 18, 2016
Spanish assistant bullfighter Manuel Rodriguez "Mambru" waits for the start a bullfight at the Real Maestranza...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish assistant bullfighter Manuel Rodriguez "Mambru" waits for the start a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 16, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWP
April 18, 2016
A Spanish assistant bullfighter walks before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
A Spanish assistant bullfighter walks before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 4, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWN
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Javier Castano washes his face splattered by bull's blood after killing it during a bullfight...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Javier Castano washes his face splattered by bull's blood after killing it during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 17, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWM
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Jose Maria Manzanares holds his bullfighter's "muleta" during a bullfight at the Real...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Jose Maria Manzanares holds his bullfighter's "muleta" during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 9, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWL
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador David Mora is seen after driving a sword into a bull to kill it during a bullfight at...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador David Mora is seen after driving a sword into a bull to kill it during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 11, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWK
April 18, 2016
Spanish assistant bullfighter Francisco Javier Sanchez Araujo (R) gives a rose to Spanish matador Morante...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish assistant bullfighter Francisco Javier Sanchez Araujo (R) gives a rose to Spanish matador Morante de la Puebla who holds a trophy, an ear of a bull, during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 15, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWC
April 18, 2016
Spanish assistant bullfighter Vicente Herrera stands during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish assistant bullfighter Vicente Herrera stands during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 7, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGWB
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Pepe Moral touches his face before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Pepe Moral touches his face before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 5, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGW9
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Pepe Moral celebrates after winning a trophy, an ear of the bull, during a bullfight...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Pepe Moral celebrates after winning a trophy, an ear of the bull, during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 5, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGW6
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Javier Jimenez stretches before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Javier Jimenez stretches before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 5, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGW3
April 18, 2016
French matador Sebastian Castella puts his montera before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
French matador Sebastian Castella puts his montera before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 7, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGW0
April 18, 2016
Spanish picadores Francisco Romero (L), 26, and Agustin Romero, 25, pose for a portrait before a bullfight...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish picadores Francisco Romero (L), 26, and Agustin Romero, 25, pose for a portrait before a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 5, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-BULLFIGHTING/
RTX2AGVZ
April 18, 2016
Spanish matador Borja Jimenez prepares to perform a pass to a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza...
Seville, Spain
The Wider Image: The matador
Spanish matador Borja Jimenez prepares to perform a pass to a bull during a bullfight at the Real Maestranza bullring in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain April 4, 2016. At the Real Maestranza arena the crowd enjoys a tradition that dates back over a thousand years. Wearing an embroidered gold and white outfit and wielding a long thin sword, the matador taunts the 600-kilo bull with his cape, dodging its horns again and again. Despite the full stands at the bullring, which hosted its first fight in 1761, the sport attracts an increasingly slim audience, as new generations shun what they see as a cruel and unfair fight. Matadors say those who oppose bullfighting don't understand the bullring's intimacy or the artistry of the fight. To finish off the bout, matadors deliver the "estocada," a deft strike through the bull's shoulder blades to pierce its heart. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo SEARCH "EL MATADOR" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NORWAY-BREIVIK/
RTX2655H
February 09, 2016
Trond Lien, head of the Handelsgymnasium high school once attended by Norwegian mass murderer Anders...
Oslo, Norway
Handelsgymnasium head Lien looks at the doctored graduation photo of the class in Oslo
Trond Lien, head of the Handelsgymnasium high school once attended by Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, looks at a doctored graduation photo of the class of 1998 in Oslo, Norway, January 12, 2016. Lien decided to get the photo edited partly because one of Breivik’s victims was a student at the school. Locked away in a Norwegian prison since he killed 77 people in a rampage in 2011, Anders Behring Breivik goes to court next month to argue that his effective solitary confinement makes him a victim of cruel and inhuman treatment. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
CHINA-POPULATION/BABIES
RTX1TXSJ
October 30, 2015
An expectant mother Li Zhao chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing, China October 30, 2015. Li Zhao,...
Beijing, China
An expectant mother Li Zhao chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing
An expectant mother Li Zhao chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing, China October 30, 2015. Li Zhao, 35, an office worker and six months pregnant, said one-child policy was cruel because having baby is basic civil right. But she does not want to have second baby for her personal reason. China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-POPULATION/BABIES
RTX1TXRR
October 30, 2015
An expectant mother Li Zhao, 35, chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing, China October 30, 2015....
Beijing, China
An expectant mother Li Zhao, 35, chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing, China
An expectant mother Li Zhao, 35, chooses baby products at a shop in Beijing, China October 30, 2015. Li Zhao, an office worker and six month pregnant, said one-child policy was cruel because having baby is basic civil right. But she does not want to have second baby for her personal reason. China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4V12
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) enters a car after visiting former President Mario...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) enters a car after visiting former President Mario...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) enters a car after visiting former President Mario Soares (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4V11
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) is congratulated by people after being released from...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) is congratulated by people after being released from...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates (R) is congratulated by people after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4V0X
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates enters a car after visiting former President Mario Soares...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates enters a car after visiting former President Mario Soares...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates enters a car after visiting former President Mario Soares (not pictured) in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4UB7
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates leaves his house after being released from house arrest...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates leaves his house after being released from house arrest...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates leaves his house after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U9X
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, enters a car after being released from house arrest in...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, enters a car after being released from house arrest in...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, enters a car after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U9N
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, looks at his mobile phone after being released from house...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, looks at his mobile phone after being released from house...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, looks at his mobile phone after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U8L
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U7U
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U7K
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U75
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, kisses people after being released from house arrest...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, kisses people after being released from house arrest...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, kisses people after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4U6X
October 17, 2015
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Lisbon, Portugal
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house...
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after being released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 17, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4SG0
October 16, 2015
Media crew speak in front of the house of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates after his release...
Lisbon, Portugal
Media crew speak in front of the house of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates after his release...
Media crew speak in front of the house of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates after his release from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 16, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4SFH
October 16, 2015
Joao Araujo (R), the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, is congratulated by people...
Lisbon, Portugal
Joao Araujo (R), the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, is congratulated by people...
Joao Araujo (R), the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, is congratulated by people after talking to journalists following the release of his client from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 16, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-CORRUPTION/SOCRATES
RTS4SF9
October 16, 2015
Joao Araujo, the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after...
Lisbon, Portugal
Joao Araujo, the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after...
Joao Araujo, the lawyer of former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates, talks to journalists after his client was released from house arrest in Lisbon, Portugal, October 16, 2015. Socrates, who was jailed in November last year on suspicion of corruption before being placed under house arrest, was freed on Friday as an investigation into alleged tax fraud and graft continues. He denies any wrongdoing and calls the case against him an "enormous, cruel injustice." REUTERS/Hugo Correia
USA-COURT/DEATHPENALTY
RTX1MFUI
July 30, 2015
Supreme Court of the United State Police Chief Ross Swope walks in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Supreme Court of the United State Police Chief Swope walks in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building...
Supreme Court of the United State Police Chief Ross Swope walks in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June 29, 2015. The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a drug used by Oklahoma as part of its lethal injection procedure does not violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, dealing a setback to opponents of the death penalty. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HERMES-BIRKIN/
RTX1MCE6
July 30, 2015
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against...
Tokyo, Japan
PETA activists protest against use of crocodile skin in making of Hermes handbags outside luxury brand's...
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against the use of crocodile skin in the making of Hermes handbags outside the luxury brand's flagship store in Tokyo, July 30, 2015. Actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of the luxury goods maker's best-selling bags due to what she called "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices. The Japanese placards read: "Three Animals Killed for one Crocodile Bag." REUTERS/Thomas Peter
HERMES-BIRKIN/
RTX1MCE5
July 30, 2015
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against...
Tokyo, Japan
PETA activists protest against use of crocodile skin in making of Hermes handbags outside luxury brand's...
Activists of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, protest against the use of crocodile skin in the making of Hermes handbags outside the luxury brand's flagship store in Tokyo, July 30, 2015. Actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of the luxury goods maker's best-selling bags due to what she called "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices. The Japanese placards read: "Three Animals Killed for one Crocodile Bag." REUTERS/Thomas Peter
MIDEAST-GAZA/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1JIZQ
July 08, 2015
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan kisses his son inside his makeshift shelter, in Beit Hanoun town,...
Beit Hanoun, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan kisses his son inside his makeshift shelter, in Beit Hanoun town,...
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan kisses his son inside his makeshift shelter, in Beit Hanoun town, in the northern Gaza Strip July 6, 2015. Wahdan, a maths teacher from Gaza, lost his wife, 11 members of his family and a leg to Israeli bombardment of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during last year's war between Israel and Hamas. Nearly 12 months on, doctors have decided to amputate his other leg. It is a cruel reminder of how little progress he has made since the 50-day war. In almost all respects, his life and prospects have crumbled. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem






MIDEAST-GAZA/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1JIZG
July 08, 2015
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair to enter his makeshift shelter, in...
Beit Hanoun, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair to enter his makeshift shelter, in...
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair to enter his makeshift shelter, in Beit Hanoun town, in the northern Gaza Strip July 6, 2015. Wahdan, a maths teacher from Gaza, lost his wife, 11 members of his family and a leg to Israeli bombardment of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during last year's war between Israel and Hamas. Nearly 12 months on, doctors have decided to amputate his other leg. It is a cruel reminder of how little progress he has made since the 50-day war. In almost all respects, his life and prospects have crumbled. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem



MIDEAST-GAZA/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1JIZ8
July 08, 2015
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that...
Beit Hanoun, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian maths teacher Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that witnesses...
Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan moves his motorised wheelchair past the ruins of his house, that witnesses said was destroyed by Israeli shelling during a 50-day war last summer, in Beit Hanoun town, in the northern Gaza Strip July 6, 2015. Wahdan, a maths teacher from Gaza, lost his wife, 11 members of his family and a leg to Israeli bombardment of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during last year's war between Israel and Hamas. Nearly 12 months on, doctors have decided to amputate his other leg. It is a cruel reminder of how little progress he has made since the 50-day war. In almost all respects, his life and prospects have crumbled. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem



TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-GAZA/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1JIZ5
July 08, 2015
Sons of Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan stand around him inside their makeshift shelter, in Beit...
Beit Hanoun, Palestinian Territories
Sons of Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan stand around him inside their makeshift shelter, in Beit...
Sons of Palestinian maths teacher Ali Wahdan stand around him inside their makeshift shelter, in Beit Hanoun town, in the northern Gaza Strip July 6, 2015. Wahdan, a maths teacher from Gaza, lost his wife, 11 members of his family and a leg to Israeli bombardment of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during last year's war between Israel and Hamas. Nearly 12 months on, doctors have decided to amputate his other leg. It is a cruel reminder of how little progress he has made since the 50-day war. In almost all respects, his life and prospects have crumbled. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem



USA-COURT/DEATHPENALTY
RTX1IANF
June 29, 2015
Anti-death penalty demonstrators gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-death penalty demonstrators gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington
Anti-death penalty demonstrators gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June 29, 2015. The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a drug used by Oklahoma as part of its lethal injection procedure does not violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, dealing a setback to opponents of the death penalty. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-COURT/DEATHPENALTY
RTX1IABA
June 29, 2015
News crews, tourists and demonstrators wait for details of court decisions in front of the U.S. Supreme...
Washington, UNITED STATES
News crews, tourists and demonstrators wait for details of court decisions in front of the U.S. Supreme...
News crews, tourists and demonstrators wait for details of court decisions in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June 29, 2015. The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a drug used by Oklahoma as part of its lethal injection procedure does not violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, dealing a setback to opponents of the death penalty. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst


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