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SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTS9JG8B 
July 13, 2022 
Locals are illuminated by car lights as they walk on the dark streets during frequent power outages from... 
LAWLEY, South Africa 
South Africa's Eskom power cuts 
Locals are illuminated by car lights as they walk on the dark streets during frequent power outages from South African utility Eskom, caused by its aging coal-fired plants, at Lawley towship, South Africa July 13, 2022. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
SAFRICA-ESKOM/
RTS9JFRX 
July 13, 2022 
Locals are illuminated by car lights as they walk on the dark streets during frequent power outages from... 
LAWLEY, South Africa 
South Africa's Eskom power cuts 
Locals are illuminated by car lights as they walk on the dark streets during frequent power outages from South African utility Eskom, caused by its aging coal-fired plants, at Lawley towship, South Africa July 13, 2022. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
In the Headlines
In the Headlines 
Fans mourn rapper DMX in New York 
17 PICTURES 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/PHILIP
RTXBCF3J 
April 09, 2021 
Candles are seen among flowers outside Windsor Castle after Britain's Prince Philip, husband of Queen... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
Britain mourns the death of Prince Philip 
Candles are seen among flowers outside Windsor Castle after Britain's Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth, died at the age of 99, in Windsor, near London, Britain, April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Andrew Boyers 
Anniversary
Anniversary 
Remembering the East Coast blackout 
30 PICTURES 
GLOBAL-HIGHLIGHTS/PICTURES
RTSUX9H 
December 06, 2016 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A body is seen on the ground in Nice,... 
Nice, France 
2016: A Picture and its Story 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A body is seen on the ground in Nice, France July 15, 2016, after the Bastille Day truck attack on July 14. Eric Gaillard: 'I was at home, on holiday after a gruelling few weeks covering the Euro 2016 soccer championships, when a colleague called from Paris to say a truck had hit people in central Nice. I assumed it was a traffic accident - not something we would usually cover. But then I received an alert on my phone, the local authorities announcing there had been an attack. I didn't stop to wonder what it was, I grabbed my cameras and set out on my motorbike. I couldn't get through on my motorbike and, as I parked, I noticed there was a body lying on the curb. It was when I looked into my rearview mirror that I saw all the other bodies just behind me. Around a dozen bodies, some already covered with tablecloths taken from nearby restaurants, lay on the seaside promenade. Police and soldiers - many pointing their guns - were still in a state of confusion. The conditions were very difficult, it was dark, police trying to stop us work ... and some people there were aggressive. I understood. The situation was very chaotic. The doll photo went viral on the Internet, often mis-captioned by the site, saying it showed a dead child beneath the foil emergency blanket. But in fact nobody knows for sure the age of the victim. Given size of the victim, I don't think it was a child. I don't know why the doll is there. Was it a parent who was with a child - hence the doll? Did someone put the doll there at some point? Everyone has asked me. When you go to a war you know it's a hostile environment, you expect to see some unpleasant things but I was very shaken by what I saw that night because the horror had come home to my city, Nice. The attack happened just 500 meters from my home and during France's traditionally festive Bastille Day setting.' REUTERS/Eric Gaillard TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "2016 PIX" FO 
USA-ELECTION/
RTSJT6W 
July 27, 2016 
A delegate reacts as the arena lights are turned down to a dark blue cast while recording artist Andra... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
A delegate reacts as recording artist Andra Day sings "Rise Up" during the second day at the Democratic... 
A delegate reacts as the arena lights are turned down to a dark blue cast while recording artist Andra Day sings "Rise Up" during the second day at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 26, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Kauzlarich
THYSSENKRUPP-RESULTS/LOGO
RTS7WWU 
November 19, 2015 
Thyssenkrupp AG's new company logo adorns it's headquarters in Essen, Germany, November 19, 2015. Germany's... 
Essen, Germany 
Thyssenkrupp AG's new company logo adorns it's headquarters in Essen 
Thyssenkrupp AG's new company logo adorns it's headquarters in Essen, Germany, November 19, 2015. Germany's ThyssenKrupp has refreshed its logo to reflect its transformation from a steelmaker to a diversified industrial group, it said on Thursday. The new logo - in electric blue versus its previous dark Prussian blue - threads the arch symbol of Thyssen through the three-rings symbol of Krupp. Chief Executive Heinrich Hiesinger said Thyssenkrupp, which has made billions of euros of cost cuts in the past few years, would spend less than 10 million euros ($10.7 million) on the brand refresh. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
ISRAEL-RELIGION/
RTR4WJVF 
April 08, 2015 
A clergy member of the Orthodox Church blows out candles during a mass in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A clergy member of the Orthodox Church blows out candles during a mass in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre... 
A clergy member of the Orthodox Church blows out candles during a mass in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City April 8, 2015. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
Society
Society 
Reburying King Richard III - 27 Mar 2015 
22 PICTURES 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON
RTX15SI5 
November 25, 2013 
Mary Joy Fabella, 12, (L) cooks dinner for her family as her father Danivo Fabella, 55, opens canned... 
Palo Leyte, Philippines 
A girl cooks dinner for her family at their makeshift shelter in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in Palo... 
Mary Joy Fabella, 12, (L) cooks dinner for her family as her father Danivo Fabella, 55, opens canned fish at their makeshift shelter in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in Palo Leyte city November 25, 2013. Haiyan, the biggest storm ever to make landfall, struck the central Visayan islands on November 8, killing more than 5,200 people, displacing 4.4 million and destroying about 12 billion pesos in crops, property and infrastructure. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/POWER
RTX152JF 
November 06, 2013 
A Palestinian woman bakes bread in a clay oven during a power cut in the northern Gaza Strip November... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian woman bakes bread in a clay oven during a power cut in the northern Gaza Strip 
A Palestinian woman bakes bread in a clay oven during a power cut in the northern Gaza Strip November 6, 2013. Gaza's lone power plant shut its generators on Friday due to a fuel shortage, a move that will likely increase already long blackout hours in the impoverished coastal territory run by the Islamist Hamas group. Power has been provided to different areas in the territory in six-hour shifts since the closure.Power has been provided to different areas in the territory in six-hour shifts since the closure. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: SOCIETY ENERGY) 
YEMEN-POWER-CUT
RTX13RGM 
September 19, 2013 
A barber shaves a customer by lantern light in his barbershop during a blackout in Sanaa, September 19,... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
A barber shaves a customer by lantern light in his barbershop during a blackout in Sanaa 
A barber shaves a customer by lantern light in his barbershop during a blackout in Sanaa, September 19, 2013. Large parts of Yemen, including the capital Sanaa, have been left without electricity after Yemeni tribesmen attacked power lines on Thursday, a Yemeni official said. The attack in the Maarib province resulted in a key power station shutting down and came less than 24 hours after tribesmen targeted another part of the grid on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST ENERGY SOCIETY) 
CHINA/
RTX13N60 
September 16, 2013 
Migrant construction workers look at goods sold by peddlers on a small street outside their dormitories... 
Shanghai, China 
Migrant construction workers look at goods sold by peddlers on a small street outside their dormitories... 
Migrant construction workers look at goods sold by peddlers on a small street outside their dormitories near a residential construction site in Shanghai July 2, 2013. The construction site is among a new developing residential area located in Jiading district of suburban Shanghai, some 30 kilometres from the city centre. According to data from the World Bank, 68 percent of China's female population aged 15 and above participate in the labour force, compared to 58 percent in the United States, 51 percent in France, and 53 percent in Germany. Around a third of China's millions of rural-urban migrant workers are women and according to an academic paper published 2010, they also earn around a third less than their male equivalents. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY CONSTRUCTION)

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USA-ABORTION/TEXAS
RTX11H2U 
July 08, 2013 
An abortion rights activist holds a sign declaring a religion ruled world is from the dark ages as anti-abortion... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
An abortion rights activist holds a sign as an anti-abortion activist speaks in Austin, Texas 
An abortion rights activist holds a sign declaring a religion ruled world is from the dark ages as anti-abortion activist Kim Spendlove speaks while a senate hearing was being conducted on the proposed abortion bill in Austin, Texas July 8, 2013. The political battle in Texas over proposed restrictions on abortion resumes on Monday with a rally by abortion opponents and a public hearing in the state Senate, where Democrat Wendy Davis staged a filibuster last month to stall the Republican-backed measure. REUTERS/Mike Stone (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) 
ESTONIA/
RTR3BWA0 
December 25, 2012 
Rita Koppel uses head torch to read a book in Osmussaar island December 13, 2012. Rita, together with... 
OSMUSSAAR, Estonia 
Koppel uses head torch to read a book in Osmussaar island 
Rita Koppel uses head torch to read a book in Osmussaar island December 13, 2012. Rita, together with her husband Ervin, father Uno Bergstrom and mother Aili have lived for 11 years on a lonely island Osmussaar, about 10 km (6 miles) from the mainland. Ervin once ran a large construction company and Rita was an entrepreneur but now the Koppel family engage themselves with agriculture and maintaining order on the island, choosing to enjoy nature and the company of their cattle over the urban hustle and bustle. Picture taken December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SL 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), takes part in a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet", the helper of Saint Nicholas, takes part in a traditional parade in... 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), takes part in a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SK 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), takes part in a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" takes part in a traditional parade in central Brussels 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), takes part in a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SJ 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), offers fruits to children... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet", the helper of Saint Nicholas, offers fruits to children during a traditional... 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas (C), offers fruits to children during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SE 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, gives candy to children... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" gives candy to children during a traditional parade in central Brussels... 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, gives candy to children during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SD 
December 03, 2012 
Saint Nicholas (2nd L) is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Saint Nicholas is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" during a traditional parade in... 
Saint Nicholas (2nd L) is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5SA 
December 03, 2012 
Saint Nicholas (C) poses with his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Saint Nicholas poses with his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" during a traditional parade in central... 
Saint Nicholas (C) poses with his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5S7 
December 03, 2012 
Saint Nicholas (2nd L) is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Saint Nicholas is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" during a traditional parade in... 
Saint Nicholas (2nd L) is escorted by his three assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5S2 
December 03, 2012 
Saint Nicholas (L) waves next to one of his assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Saint Nicholas waves next to one of his assistants called "Zwarte Piet" during a traditional parade in... 
Saint Nicholas (L) waves next to one of his assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5RX 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, is seen during a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" is seen during a traditional parade in central Brussels 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, is seen during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5RW 
December 03, 2012 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, throws candy from the balcony... 
Brussels, Belgium 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" throws candy from the balcony of the City Hall at Brussels' Grand Place... 
A woman dressed as "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete), the helper of Saint Nicholas, throws candy from the balcony of the City Hall at Brussels' Grand Place December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
DUTCH-BELGIUM/RACISM
RTR3B5RU 
December 03, 2012 
Saint Nicholas (L) is followed by his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Saint Nicholas is followed by his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" during a traditional parade in... 
Saint Nicholas (L) is followed by his two assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) during a traditional parade in central Brussels December 1, 2012. The Netherlands and Belgium are two countries that pride themselves on progressive laws and open societies, but critics say they are stuck in the dark ages when it comes to depictions of Santa Claus and his helpers. Saint Nicholas, or "Sinterklaas" in Dutch, brings presents to children on December 5 in the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium, and is always accompanied by at least one assistant dressed in 17th century costume who has a blackened face. Picture taken December 1, 2012. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT RELIGION SOCIETY) 
INDIA-SOLAR/
RTR35VW6 
August 01, 2012 
Villagers stand behind newly installed electric poles at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
MEERWADA, India 
Villagers stand behind newly installed electric poles at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
Villagers stand behind newly installed electric poles at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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RTR35VW4 
August 01, 2012 
A man cleans panels installed at a solar plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian... 
MEERWADA, India 
A man cleans panels installed at a solar plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian... 
A man cleans panels installed at a solar plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A man stands inside his illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
MEERWADA, India 
A man stands inside his illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
A man stands inside his illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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RTR35VW1 
August 01, 2012 
A boy sits on a cart in front of a solar power plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
MEERWADA, India 
A boy sits on a cart in front of a solar power plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
A boy sits on a cart in front of a solar power plant at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)

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August 01, 2012 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
MEERWADA, India 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
Villagers stand under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in... 
MEERWADA, India 
Villagers stand under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in... 
Villagers stand under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A woman uses a manual sewing machine inside her house at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
MEERWADA, India 
A woman uses a manual sewing machine inside her house at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
A woman uses a manual sewing machine inside her house at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A woman stands in front of an illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
MEERWADA, India 
A woman stands in front of an illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
A woman stands in front of an illuminated house powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A boy charges his mobile phone from an electric board powered by solar energy inside his house at Meerwada... 
MEERWADA, India 
A boy charges his mobile phone from an electric board powered by solar energy inside his house at Meerwada... 
A boy charges his mobile phone from an electric board powered by solar energy inside his house at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A family eats dinner inside their house illuminated by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
MEERWADA, India 
A family eats dinner inside their house illuminated by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
A family eats dinner inside their house illuminated by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
Ansiya (R), 8, and Ramsiya, 7, pose for a picture under an electric board inside their house at Meerwada... 
MEERWADA, India 
Children pose for a picture under an electric board inside their house at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
Ansiya (R), 8, and Ramsiya, 7, pose for a picture under an electric board inside their house at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
Girls study inside their house, illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) that is powered by solar... 
MEERWADA, India 
Girls study inside their house, illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) that is powered by solar... 
Girls study inside their house, illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) that is powered by solar energy, at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 19, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 19, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
MEERWADA, India 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central... 
Children watch television powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
Sampat Bai, 64, poses for a picture inside her house illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL)... 
MEERWADA, India 
A woman poses for a picture inside her house illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp that is powered... 
Sampat Bai, 64, poses for a picture inside her house illuminated by a Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) that is powered by solar energy, at Meerwada village of Guna district, in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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August 01, 2012 
A villager dries a cloth under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district... 
MEERWADA, India 
A villager dries a cloth under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village 
A villager dries a cloth under an electric pole powered by solar energy at Meerwada village of Guna district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh June 18, 2012. Life in the remote Indian village of Meerwada used to grind to a standstill as darkness descended. Workers downed tools, kids strained to see their school books under the faint glow of aged kerosene lamps and adults struggled to carry out the most basic of household chores. The arrival of solar power last year has changed all that. On a humid evening splashed with rain, fans whirr, children sit cross-legged to swat up on their Hindi and delighted people can actually see what they are eating and drinking. Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)

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July 31, 2012 
Passengers stand at the doorway of a train as they wait for the electricity to be restored at a railway... 
Kolkata, India 
Passengers stand at the doorway of a train as they wait for the electricity to be restored at a railway... 
Passengers stand at the doorway of a train as they wait for the electricity to be restored at a railway station in Kolkata July 31, 2012. Grids supplying electricity to half of India's 1.2 billion people collapsed on Tuesday, trapping coal miners, stranding train travellers and plunging hospitals into darkness in the second major blackout in as many days. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT) 
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May 26, 2012 
Eldery women look at revellers dressed in their subculture attire outside a venue at the Wave and Goth... 
Leipzig, Germany 
Eldery women look at revellers outside venue at Wave and Goth festival in Leipzig 
Eldery women look at revellers dressed in their subculture attire outside a venue at the Wave and Goth festival in Leipzig May 26, 2012. The annual festival, known in Germany as Wave-Gotik Treffen, features over 150 bands and artist in venues all over the city playing Gothic rock and other styles of the dark wave music subculture. The event that counts as one of the biggest of its kind attract a regular audience of up to 20,000 the organisers said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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March 03, 2012 
Dark clouds are seen over Swiss bank UBS logo on the company's buiding at Paradeplatz in Zurich, March... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Dark clouds are seen over Swiss bank UBS logo on the company's buiding at Paradeplatz in Zurich 
Dark clouds are seen over Swiss bank UBS logo on the company's buiding at Paradeplatz in Zurich, March 3, 2012. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO) 
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February 01, 2012 
A copper bowl containing a traditional meal is cooked near an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
A copper bowl containing a traditional meal is cooked near an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
A copper bowl containing a traditional meal is cooked near an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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February 01, 2012 
Student Kristin Otti carries firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012.... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Otti carries firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Kristin Otti carries firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 01, 2012 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 01, 2012 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 01, 2012 
A bag of food hangs outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
A bag of food hangs outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
A bag of food hangs outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 01, 2012 
Students Anti Lillak (L) and Robert Rootslame prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Students Lillak and Rootslame prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Students Anti Lillak (L) and Robert Rootslame prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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February 01, 2012 
Student Robert Rootslane brings firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1,... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Rootslane brings firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Robert Rootslane brings firewood to an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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February 01, 2012 
Student Kristiina Paavel prepares a meal in an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1,... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Paavel prepares a meal in an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Kristiina Paavel prepares a meal in an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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February 01, 2012 
Student Kristiina Paavel enjoys a meal inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Paavel enjoys a meal inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Kristiina Paavel enjoys a meal inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
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February 01, 2012 
Student Anti Lillak fixes an ax inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012.... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Lillak fixes an ax inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Anti Lillak fixes an ax inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ESTONIA-IRONAGE/LIFE
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February 01, 2012 
Student Kristin Otti sits near the fire inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Student Otti sits near the fire inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Student Kristin Otti sits near the fire inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ESTONIA-IRONAGE/LIFE
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February 01, 2012 
Students Maarja Lainevoog (L) and Kristin Otti prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Students Lainevoog and Otti prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Students Maarja Lainevoog (L) and Kristin Otti prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
ESTONIA-IRONAGE/LIFE
RTR2X66M 
February 01, 2012 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge... 
Smoke rises from a house as students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ESTONIA-IRONAGE/LIFE
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February 01, 2012 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Students prepare a meal outside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
ESTONIA-IRONAGE/LIFE
RTR2X66B 
February 01, 2012 
Students Maarja Lainevoog (L) and Kristin Otti warm themselves inside an Iron Age viking log house replica... 
ROUGE, Estonia 
Students Lainevoog and Otti warm themselves inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge 
Students Maarja Lainevoog (L) and Kristin Otti warm themselves inside an Iron Age viking log house replica in Rouge February 1, 2012. Five students in the small Baltic state of Estonia, who have abandoned modern conveniences for a week in a replica wooden hut built on the site of an ancient hill fort, have discovered that Iron Age accommodation was mainly cold, dark and smoky. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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