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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS36EBM
March 17, 2020
A copy of weekly current affairs magazine "Private Eye" is displayed at a newspaper stand as the coronavirus...
London, United Kingdom
A copy of weekly current affairs magazine "Private Eye" is displayed at a newspaper stand as the coronavirus...
A copy of weekly current affairs magazine "Private Eye" is displayed at a newspaper stand as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in London, Britain March 17, 2020. REUTERS/John Sibley
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MSS
December 31, 2015
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waves to reporters covering...
Beijing, China
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waves to reporters covering...
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waves to reporters covering her departure to France, at Beijing international airport in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MOM
December 31, 2015
Airport officials talk to Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs,...
Beijing, China
Airport officials talk to Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs,...
Airport officials talk to Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, at Beijing international airport before her departure to France, in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MO2
December 31, 2015
Ursula Gauthier (front), a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, goes through a X-ray...
Beijing, China
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, goes through a X-ray luggage...
Ursula Gauthier (front), a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, goes through a X-ray luggage check at Beijing international airport before her departure to France, in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MNG
December 31, 2015
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waits at Beijing international...
Beijing, China
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waits at Beijing international...
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, waits at Beijing international airport before her departure to France, in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MNC
December 31, 2015
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, uses her mobile phone at Beijing...
Beijing, China
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, uses her mobile phone at Beijing...
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, uses her mobile phone at Beijing international airport before her departure to France, in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-FRANCE/MEDIA
RTX20MMW
December 31, 2015
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, arrives at Beijing international...
Beijing, China
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, arrives at Beijing international...
Ursula Gauthier, a reporter for the French current affairs magazine L'Obs, arrives at Beijing international airport for departure to France, in Beijing December 31, 2015. Gauthier is being forced to leave China after the government said it would not renew her press credentials for the new year in response to a critical report on Beijing's policies in the troubled western region of Xinjiang. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
USA-ELECTION/RUBIO
RTR4X7IV
April 13, 2015
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) autographs a magazine with his picture on the cover after he announced...
Miami, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Rubio autographs a magazine after announcing bid for the Republican nomination in the 2016...
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) autographs a magazine with his picture on the cover after he announced his bid for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election race during a speech at Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida April 13, 2015. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Entertainment
Entertainment
Time 100 Gala - 24 Apr 2013
42 PICTURES
Entertainment
Entertainment
The 2013 Time 100 - 19 Apr 2013
66 PICTURES
NEWSWEEK-DIGITAL/
RTR39AUL
October 18, 2012
A copy of Newsweek magazine sits on a newsstand in New York October 18, 2012. Newsweek, the venerable...
New York, UNITED STATES
A copy of Newsweek magazine sits on a newsstand in New York
A copy of Newsweek magazine sits on a newsstand in New York October 18, 2012. Newsweek, the venerable U.S. weekly magazine covering current events, will publish its final print edition on Dec. 31 and move to an all-digital format early next year, two top executives said on Thursday. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/
RTR3772D
August 27, 2012
A purse containing the latest issue of Time magazine, with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney...
Tampa, UNITED STATES
Purse containing Time magazine Romney cover is seen at RNC in Tampa
A purse containing the latest issue of Time magazine, with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on the cover, is seen during the second day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida August 28, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
News
News
Time's Most Influential People in the World - 19 Apr 2012
62 PICTURES
GERMANY/
RTR2V6Y4
December 13, 2011
An employee of a store holds up copies of a Newsweek magazine bearing a picture of German Chancellor...
Berlin, Germany
An employee of a store holds up copies of a Newsweek magazine bearing a picture of German Chancellor...
An employee of a store holds up copies of a Newsweek magazine bearing a picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the photographer at the main train station in Berlin December 13, 2011. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
KOREA-NORTH/PARK
RTR2Q802
August 23, 2011
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's Grand National Party (GNP), attends...
Seoul, South Korea
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's GNP party, attends the parliamentary...
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's Grand National Party (GNP), attends the parliamentary Strategy and Finance Committee session at the National Assembly in Seoul, in this April 20, 2011 file picture. Park, the frontrunner to be South Korea's next president, says Seoul must be more accommodative toward the North, proposing what she calls a policy of "trustpolitik" that marks a move away from the administration's current hardline stance. Park, a daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee who took power in a military coup in 1961 and ruled until his assassination in 1979, wrote in Foreign Affairs magazine, published August 23, 2011, that her policy aims to establish "mutually binding expectations" that are reinforced by by being both tough and flexible with Pyongyang. Picture taken on April 20, 2011. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
KOREA-NORTH/PARK
RTR2Q800
August 23, 2011
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's Grand National Party (GNP), attends...
Seoul, South Korea
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's GNP party, attends the parliamentary...
Park Geun-hye, a lawmaker and former chairwoman of South Korea's Grand National Party (GNP), attends the parliamentary Strategy and Finance Committee session at the National Assembly in Seoul, in this April 20, 2011 file picture. Park, the frontrunner to be South Korea's next president, says Seoul must be more accommodative toward the North, proposing what she calls a policy of "trustpolitik" that marks a move away from the administration's current hardline stance. Park, a daughter of former military dictator Park Chung-hee who took power in a military coup in 1961 and ruled until his assassination in 1979, wrote in Foreign Affairs magazine, published August 23, 2011, that her policy aims to establish "mutually binding expectations" that are reinforced by by being both tough and flexible with Pyongyang. Picture taken on April 20, 2011. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
BINLADEN/GILANI
RTR2M6MN
May 09, 2011
A newspaper stand displays magazines and posters bearing the pictures of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden...
Karachi, Pakistan
A newspaper stand displays magazines and posters bearing the pictures of al Qaeda leader bin Laden and...
A newspaper stand displays magazines and posters bearing the pictures of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and U.S. President Barack Obama (bottom L) in Karachi May 9, 2011. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
Entertainment
Entertainment
100 Most Influential People - 04 May 2010
53 PICTURES
USA-ECONOMY/
RTXDZ9Q
April 14, 2009
Trading specialist John Cetera of Hamilton Executions LLC works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Trading specialist John Cetera of Hamilton Executions LLC works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange...
Trading specialist John Cetera of Hamilton Executions LLC works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, April 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
MOROCCO MAGAZINE/TRIAL
RTR1TALT
August 31, 2007
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi...
Casablanca, Morocco
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi could be jailed for up to five years for showing disrespect for King Mohammed. Benchemsi questioned the usefulness of elections next month in a country where the monarchy wields ultimate power. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO MAGAZINE/TRIAL
RTR1TALS
August 31, 2007
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (L) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a...
Casablanca, Morocco
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a court...
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (L) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi could be jailed for up to five years for showing disrespect for King Mohammed. Benchemsi questioned the usefulness of elections next month in a country where the monarchy wields ultimate power. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO MAGAZINE/TRIAL
RTR1TALO
August 31, 2007
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (R) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a...
Casablanca, Morocco
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a court...
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (R) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi could be jailed for up to five years for showing disrespect for King Mohammed. Benchemsi questioned the usefulness of elections next month in a country where the monarchy wields ultimate power. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO MAGAZINE/TRIAL
RTR1TALM
August 31, 2007
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (R) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub (L) at...
Casablanca, Morocco
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub at a court...
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi (R) speaks with his lawyer Chaouki Benyoub (L) at a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi, who began his trial on Friday saying he had done no wrong, could be jailed for up to five years for showing disrespect for King Mohammed. Benchemsi questioned the usefulness of elections next month in a country where the monarchy wields ultimate power. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
MOROCCO MAGAZINE/TRIAL
RTR1TALH
August 31, 2007
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi,...
Casablanca, Morocco
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca
Current affairs magazine editor Ahmed Reda Benchemsi leaves a court in Casablanca August 31, 2007. Benchemsi, who began his trial on Friday saying he had done no wrong, could be jailed for up to five years for showing disrespect for King Mohammed. Benchemsi questioned the usefulness of elections next month in a country where the monarchy wields ultimate power. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
USA-POLITICS/OBAMA
RTR1SUB4
August 16, 2007
A supporter holds a magazine with a portrait of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama...
Des Moines, UNITED STATES
A supporter holds a magazine with a portrait of Democratic presidential candidate Obama at the Iowa State...
A supporter holds a magazine with a portrait of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) on the cover as Obama looks on during a campaign stop at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa, August 16, 2007. Obama defended his foreign policy credentials on Thursday, saying Sen. Hillary Clinton and other rivals were trying to pass off entrenched Washington ways as experience. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
POLAND/
RTR1N4BN
March 05, 2007
A man reads a newspaper next to a stand with the the monthly 'Najwyzszy Czas!' (High Time!) which shows...
Warsaw, Poland
A man reads a newspaper next to a stand which shows a picture of German chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw...
A man reads a newspaper next to a stand with the the monthly 'Najwyzszy Czas!' (High Time!) which shows a picture of German chancellor Angela Merkel in a brown uniform with a moustache looking like Adolf Hitler in Warsaw March 5, 2007. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
RTR5SI5
August 04, 1997
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of...
Cambodia
FILE PHOTO OF KHMER ROUGE LEADER POL POT
FILE PHOTO 25JUL97 - Former Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot seen on trial at the Khmer Rouge stronghold of Anlong Ven in northern Cambodia. The Hong Kong-based weekly current affairs magazine the Far Eastern Economic Review said October 21 it would publish an exclusive interview with the notorious Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot later this week in what is believed to be the first interview he has given in nearly 20 years.

CAMBODIA POLPOT INTERVIEW
HONG KONG
RTXF5D7
November 20, 1994
Hong Kong subway commuters sit unaware of the huge face of China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping peering...
Hong Kong subway commuters sit unaware of the huge face of China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping pe.....
Hong Kong subway commuters sit unaware of the huge face of China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping peering upon them November 20. The ageing leader's face is part of a billboard promoting a Chinese-language current affairs magazine
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