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HONGKONG-PROTESTS/
RTX7FTI9
April 26, 2020
A defaced picture mocking Chinese President Xi Jinping and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is seen...
Hong Kong, China
Defeced picture mocking Chinese President Xi Jinping and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is seen on...
A defaced picture mocking Chinese President Xi Jinping and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is seen on a wall during an anti-government protest in Hong Kong, China April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PHILIPPINES-LOCKDOWN
RTX7FGBZ
April 24, 2020
Policemen wearing face masks reprimand a resident after letting his dog defecate outside his house, following...
Manila, Philippines
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown in Manila
Policemen wearing face masks reprimand a resident after letting his dog defecate outside his house, following the lockdown imposed to contain the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manila, Philippines, April 24, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
EMIRATES-ENERGY/CAMELS
RTX70G62
July 21, 2019
A detailed view of camel feces at the animal waste transfer station in Adhen Village, Ras al Khaimah,...
ADHEN, United Arab Emirates
A detailed view of camel feces at the animal waste transfer station in Adhen Village
A detailed view of camel feces at the animal waste transfer station in Adhen Village, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates July 16, 2019. Picture taken July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Christopher Pike
EMIRATES-ENERGY/CAMELS
RTX70G5V
July 21, 2019
A camel defecates at a farm in Adhen Village, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates July 16, 2019. Picture...
ADHEN, United Arab Emirates
A camel defecates at a farm in Adhen Village
A camel defecates at a farm in Adhen Village, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates July 16, 2019. Picture taken July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Christopher Pike
JAPAN-MUSEUM/POOP
RTX6S2ON
April 17, 2019
A visitor pretends to defecate on a display toilet at the the Unko ("poop" in Japanese) museum in Yokohama,...
Yokohama, Japan
A visitor pretends to defecate on a display toilet at the the Unko museum in Yokohama
A visitor pretends to defecate on a display toilet at the the Unko ("poop" in Japanese) museum in Yokohama, Japan, April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon
BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
RTX6Q7XV
March 08, 2019
A Komondor defecates whilst being judged in the show ring during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
A Komondor defecates whilst being judged in the show ring during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show...
A Komondor defecates whilst being judged in the show ring during the second day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 8, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IXBU
December 17, 2018
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould...
TORROELLA DE MONTGRI, Spain
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould...
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould in a pottery in Torroella de Montgri, near Girona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX93
December 17, 2018
People look at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain,...
Barcelona, Spain
People look at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona
People look at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX91
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing a yellow ribbon (the symbol used to demand the release of jailed...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing a yellow ribbon is sold at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in...
Clay "caganers" figures representing a yellow ribbon (the symbol used to demand the release of jailed Catalonian politicians) is sold at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX8V
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing U.S. President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin, North...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas...
Clay "caganers" figures representing U.S. President Donald Trump, Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Chinese President Xi Jinping, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Elizabeth II, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX8M
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan, Spanish and international politicians are displayed at...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan, Spanish and international politicians are displayed at...
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan, Spanish and international politicians are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX8G
December 17, 2018
A boy points at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain,...
Barcelona, Spain
A boy points at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona
A boy points at clay "caganers" figures at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX88
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel,...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas...
Clay "caganers" figures representing French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Theresa May and Russian President Vladimir Putin are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX86
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain,...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona
Clay "caganers" figures are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX85
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing FC Barcelona's players Lionel Messi, Sergi Roberto and Luis Suarez...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing FC Barcelona's players are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas...
Clay "caganers" figures representing FC Barcelona's players Lionel Messi, Sergi Roberto and Luis Suarez are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX80
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan and Spanish politicians and Spanish Royal family are displayed...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan and Spanish politicians and Spanish Royal family are displayed...
Clay "caganers" figures representing Catalan and Spanish politicians and Spanish Royal family are displayed at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX4C
December 17, 2018
Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians and soccer players are sold at the Santa...
Barcelona, Spain
Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians and soccer players are sold at the Santa...
Clay "caganers" figures representing international politicians and soccer players are sold at the Santa Llucia Christmas market in central Barcelona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX44
December 17, 2018
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould,...
TORROELLA DE MONTGRI, Spain
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould,...
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould, in a pottery in Torroella de Montgri, near Girona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX42
December 17, 2018
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in...
TORROELLA DE MONTGRI, Spain
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in...
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in Torroella de Montgri, near Girona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
USA-DAILY LIFE/
RTX5OIDB
April 13, 2018
A secret service officer stands as a dog defecates at the North Lawn of the White House Washington, DC,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A secret service officer stands as a dog defecates at the North Lawn of the White House Washington, DC...
A secret service officer stands as a dog defecates at the North Lawn of the White House Washington, DC, U.S. April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
SPAIN-POLITICS/CATALONIA-DEMONSTRATION
RTX3M33V
December 06, 2017
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan...
Barcelona, Spain
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan...
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan traditional Christmas Nativity model "caganer", or defecator, during a pro-unity demonstration to mark country's Constitution Day in Barcelona, Spain December 6, 2017. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-POLITICS/CATALONIA-DEMONSTRATION
RTX3M33Q
December 06, 2017
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan...
Barcelona, Spain
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan...
A man shouts slogans as he holds a placard depicting ousted Catalan president Carles Puigdemont as Catalan traditional Christmas Nativity model "caganer", or defecator, during a pro-unity demonstration to mark country's Constitution Day in Barcelona, Spain December 6, 2017. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
USA-PROTESTS/STATUES
RTS1DCQG
August 25, 2017
A dog defecates along a chainlink fence at Crissy Field ahead of Saturday's Patriot Prayer rally and...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A dog defecates along a chainlink fence at Crissy Field ahead of Saturday's Patriot Prayer rally and...
A dog defecates along a chainlink fence at Crissy Field ahead of Saturday's Patriot Prayer rally and counter demonstration in San Francisco, California, U.S. August 25, 2017. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/FECES
RTS15X5X
May 10, 2017
A woman puts feces in a bucket to prepare "Poopootovs", which is a play on Molotov cocktails, before...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman puts feces in a bucket to prepare "Poopootovs", which is a play on Molotov cocktails, before...
A woman puts feces in a bucket to prepare "Poopootovs", which is a play on Molotov cocktails, before they are thrown at security forces during protests, in addition to the usual rocks and petrol bombs, in Caracas, Venezuela May 9, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSYQ6S
February 15, 2017
A closed Catholic Church is seen at a relocated wholesale market in Shanghai, China February 15, 2017....
Shanghai, China
A closed Catholic Church is seen at a relocated wholesale market in Shanghai
A closed Catholic Church is seen at a relocated wholesale market in Shanghai, China February 15, 2017. The sign reads: "Do not defecate". REUTERS/Aly Song
USA-DOGSHOW/
RTSYPN6
February 15, 2017
Mallori Seifert, the winner of the Jr. Showmanship competition waits as her Beagle defecates in the judging...
New York, UNITED STATES
Mallori Seifert, the winner of the Jr. Showmanship competition waits as her Beagle defecates in the judging...
Mallori Seifert, the winner of the Jr. Showmanship competition waits as her Beagle defecates in the judging ring after competition at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City, U.S., February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Segar
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7E7Y
November 16, 2015
An open toilet is seen in a field in Gorba in the eastern Indian state of Chhattisgarh, India, November...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
An open toilet is seen in a field in Gorba in the eastern Indian state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 16, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 45 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.  


HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BHT
November 16, 2015
A toilet stands in a field on private property in the town of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on Kunashir Island which...
Yuzhno-Kurilsk, Russia
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet stands in a field on private property in the town of Yuzhno-Kurilsk on Kunashir Island which is part of the Kuril Islands group in Russia, September 16, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Thomas Peter PICTURE 44 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BHO
November 16, 2015
A cash register sits on a table in a ladies' public toilet in downtown Algiers, Algeria October 17, 2015....
Algiers, Algeria
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A cash register sits on a table in a ladies' public toilet in downtown Algiers, Algeria October 17, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra PICTURE 40 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BH7
November 16, 2015
Newspapers lie on a toilet seat in a house in Mandalay, Myanmar, October 5, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people...
MANDALAY, Myanmar
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Newspapers lie on a toilet seat in a house in Mandalay, Myanmar, October 5, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PICTURE 42 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BF1
November 16, 2015
A public toilet is seen in London Fields in east London, Britain October 31, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people...
London, BRITAIN
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A public toilet is seen in London Fields in east London, Britain October 31, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Marika Kochiashvili PICTURE 43 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BEZ
November 16, 2015
The men's public toilet is seen at Snaresbrook underground tube station in London October 7, 2015. Some...
London, BRITAIN
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
The men's public toilet is seen at Snaresbrook underground tube station in London October 7, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Russell Boyce PICTURE 39 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BE6
November 16, 2015
A dog runs past a bar toilet in the Turano slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 1, 2015. Some 2.4...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A dog runs past a bar toilet in the Turano slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 1, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes PICTURE 32 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BE4
November 16, 2015
The entrance to a public toilet with escalator ramps is seen in Istanbul, Turkey, October 9, 2015. Some...
Istanbul, Turkey
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
The entrance to a public toilet with escalator ramps is seen in Istanbul, Turkey, October 9, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Murad Sezer PICTURE 41 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BE0
November 16, 2015
A woman passes near the entrance to a toilet in a makeshift shelter used by a Palestinian family in Khan...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A woman passes near the entrance to a toilet in a makeshift shelter used by a Palestinian family in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, October 13, 2015. The family's house was destroyed by, what witnesses said, was Israeli shelling during a 50-day war in the summer of 2014. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa PICTURE 29 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BDX
November 16, 2015
A toilet with a view of the Pacific Ocean is seen at Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, California, United...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet with a view of the Pacific Ocean is seen at Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, California, United States, September 30, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson PICTURE 35 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BDQ
November 16, 2015
Chemical toilets are lined up in downtown Rome April 22, 2014. Some 2.4 billion people around the world...
Rome, Italy
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Chemical toilets are lined up in downtown Rome April 22, 2014. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Tony Gentile PICTURE 30 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BDL
November 16, 2015
Graffiti is painted on the bathroom walls at a restaurant in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn borough...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Graffiti is painted on the bathroom walls at a restaurant in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn borough in New York, United States, October 1, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton PICTURE 33 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BDJ
November 16, 2015
A makeshift shower cabin and toilet are seen atop a deserted hotel, where hundreds of migrants found...
KOS, Greece
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A makeshift shower cabin and toilet are seen atop a deserted hotel, where hundreds of migrants found temporary shelter on the Greek island of Kos, Greece, May 27, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis PICTURE 31 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BDG
November 16, 2015
The first light of dawn illuminates Mount Everest as the moon shines above and a toilet block is seen...
Mount Everest, China
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
The first light of dawn illuminates Mount Everest as the moon shines above and a toilet block is seen in the foreground in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China, April 29, 2008. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 13 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTS7BDA
November 16, 2015
Public toilets are seen at Azraq refugee camp near Al Azraq city, Jordan, October 19, 2015. Some 2.4...
Azraq, Jordan
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Public toilets are seen at Azraq refugee camp near Al Azraq city, Jordan, October 19, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed PICTURE 34 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BBR
November 16, 2015
A domestic toilet is seen in a house in Mexico City, Mexico October 6, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people...
Mexico City, Mexico
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A domestic toilet is seen in a house in Mexico City, Mexico October 6, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Henry Romero. PICTURE 36 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7BAK
November 16, 2015
A one-way mirror is seen above the urinal at Streeter's Tavern in Chicago, Illinois, United States, September...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A one-way mirror is seen above the urinal at Streeter's Tavern in Chicago, Illinois, United States, September 30, 2015. Customers using the the bathroom can see into the main area of the bar, but cannot be seen by the people at the bar. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jim Young PICTURE 27 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.

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RTS7BA6
November 16, 2015
Temporary toilets stand in front of shacks in Khayelitsha township, Cape Town, South Africa, October...
Cape Town, South Africa
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Temporary toilets stand in front of shacks in Khayelitsha township, Cape Town, South Africa, October 14, 2015. Twenty years after South Africa's first democratic elections, the slow pace of delivery of basic services remains a point of tension in some communities. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings PICTURE 20 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7BA5
November 16, 2015
A mobile toilet is parked on a road in Kathmandu, Nepal October 9, 2015. The word written on the vehicle...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A mobile toilet is parked on a road in Kathmandu, Nepal October 9, 2015. The word written on the vehicle reads "toilet" in Nepalese. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar PICTURE 25 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7BA1
November 16, 2015
A surfboard rests against an old toilet shed, also known in Australia as a 'dunny' or an 'outhouse',...
Sydney, Australia
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A surfboard rests against an old toilet shed, also known in Australia as a 'dunny' or an 'outhouse', in the backyard of a home in the northern beaches suburb of Manly in Sydney, Australia, October 8, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/David Gray PICTURE 28 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B9X
November 16, 2015
Plants grow in front of a public toilet in Tbilisi, Georgia, September 18, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people...
Tbilisi, Georgia
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Plants grow in front of a public toilet in Tbilisi, Georgia, September 18, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili PICTURE 10 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B9E
November 16, 2015
Writing which reads "No urinating!" is seen on a wall along a street in Hanoi, Vietnam, October 8, 2015....
Hanoi, Vietnam
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Writing which reads "No urinating!" is seen on a wall along a street in Hanoi, Vietnam, October 8, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Kham PICTURE 21 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B9A
November 16, 2015
A toilet is seen inside a master bedroom at a residential flat in Hong Kong, China October 6, 2015. Some...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet is seen inside a master bedroom at a residential flat in Hong Kong, China October 6, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Bobby Yip PICTURE 23 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B96
November 16, 2015
A cross hangs outside the toilet in Torreto Barbershop in Frankfurt, Germany, October 13, 2015. The toilet...
Frankfurt, Germany
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A cross hangs outside the toilet in Torreto Barbershop in Frankfurt, Germany, October 13, 2015. The toilet is used by the visitors and shop owner, Alex "Torreto" Velios who lives and works at his shop in Frankfurt. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach PICTURE 15 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B92
November 16, 2015
Towels hang on a radiator next to a toilet in an apartment in Beijing's central business district, China,...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Towels hang on a radiator next to a toilet in an apartment in Beijing's central business district, China, October 14, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jason Lee PICTURE 26 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B8Z
November 16, 2015
Toilets donated by Unicef and World Vision stand near tents at a Syrian refugee settlement camp in Qab...
Bekaa, Lebanon
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Toilets donated by Unicef and World Vision stand near tents at a Syrian refugee settlement camp in Qab Elias in the Bekaa Valley, near Baalbek, Lebanon October 17, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi PICTURE 24 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B8W
November 16, 2015
The entrance to toilets is reflected in a mirror in the lobby of Yanggakdo International Hotel in Pyongyang,...
Pyongyang, North Korea
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
The entrance to toilets is reflected in a mirror in the lobby of Yanggakdo International Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea, October 11, 2015. Foreign tourists to Pyongyang usually stay at the hotel. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PICTURE 9 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B8N
November 16, 2015
A public toilet for men is seen in Oscar Freire street in Sao Paulo, November 4, 2015. The toilet was...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A public toilet for men is seen in Oscar Freire street in Sao Paulo, November 4, 2015. The toilet was designed by Jade Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 8 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B8H
November 16, 2015
Posters, including those advertising treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, are stuck to the walls...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Posters, including those advertising treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, are stuck to the walls of a public toilet in a residential area for migrant workers in Shigezhuang village, Beijing, China, October 13, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 7 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTS7B8F
November 16, 2015
A woman waits in front of a toilet in front of the Sphinx at the Giza Pyramids on the outskirts of Cairo,...
Giza, Egypt
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A woman waits in front of a toilet in front of the Sphinx at the Giza Pyramids on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, November 8, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh PICTURE 17 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES/
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RTS7B8B
November 16, 2015
A toilet is seen in a hostel for asylum seekers in Augsburg near Munich, southern Germany, August 27,...
Augsburg, Germany
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet is seen in a hostel for asylum seekers in Augsburg near Munich, southern Germany, August 27, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle PICTURE 22 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B83
November 16, 2015
Public toilets are seen in Eidsvolls Plass in Oslo, Norway, October 15, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people...
Oslo, Norway
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Public toilets are seen in Eidsvolls Plass in Oslo, Norway, October 15, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Russell Boyce PICTURE 18 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B80
November 16, 2015
A toilet stands in the middle of an empty field on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, October 8, 2015....
Santiago, Chile
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet stands in the middle of an empty field on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, October 8, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado PICTURE 16 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS".SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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RTS7B7R
November 16, 2015
A toilet block is surrounded by white sand in the White Sands National Monument park area near Alamogordo,...
Alamogordo, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
A toilet block is surrounded by white sand in the White Sands National Monument park area near Alamogordo, New Mexico, United States, October 6, 2015. The park's white sand dunes are composed of gypsum crystals. It is the largest gypsum dune field in the world. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton PICTURE 1 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES.
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