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FRANCE-PROTESTS/
RTX8XGYU
February 04, 2021
A student, wearing protective face masks, holds a placard during a demonstration in Paris as part of...
Paris, France
France holds day of national strike
A student, wearing protective face masks, holds a placard during a demonstration in Paris as part of a national day of strikes and protests against layoffs and government's economic and social policies amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in France, February 4, 2021. The slogan reads "What future for medicine ? Depressed students". REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GEN-Z
RTX8I31G
December 24, 2020
Solene Tissot, 19, a university student who studies at the Sciences Po, poses for a photograph on a street...
Paris, France
The Wider Image: Scarred by 2020, Gen Z looks to a COVID-free future
Solene Tissot, 19, a university student who studies at the Sciences Po, poses for a photograph on a street in Paris, France, December 11, 2020. Tissot, who moved to Paris two years ago to study at the Sciences-Po university, is now seeing a psychologist. She has been diagnosed with depression and anxiety disorder, conditions she says were triggered by the loneliness brought on by COVID-19 lockdowns. Tissot no longer attends lectures in person because her university has cancelled them. Movement restrictions often make it unlawful for her to visit friends at home. She has not seen her grandparents in a year. Her course requires her to do an internship. But with many firms operating remotely, she is struggling to find somewhere to take her. Next year, she was due to do a study year in Lebanon - where her boyfriend lives - but it's unclear if travel restrictions will allow it. Once she graduates, finding work will be harder because of COVID-19. Tissot though, is looking to the future. She is learning Arabic, in preparation for the trip to Lebanon she hopes will go ahead. "What I hope for is also that we can go back to a life that is a bit more normal, and that means being able to see friends without it being illegal to go to their place," she said. "It's true that 2020 didn't leave much room for good cheer, and I would like to have that again." REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes SEARCH "GEN-Z COVID-19" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY BARS
RTX8GG8R
December 16, 2020
Uta and Pascal stand in their bar 'Mokum', which is closed due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions...
Berlin, Germany
Closed bars of Berlin
Uta and Pascal stand in their bar 'Mokum', which is closed due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Berlin, Germany, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. Uta: "Our disembodied ghost bar is depressing. We long for the day when MOKUM's door opens again, our guests stream in, to good music, a lot of fun and good mood.” REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WND
October 13, 2020
A sign is seen in a window in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020....
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
A sign is seen in a window in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WNC
October 13, 2020
An exterior view of the Eisenhower presidential library and museum in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10,...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
An exterior view of the Eisenhower presidential library and museum in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WN4
October 13, 2020
A note about the milk is stuck to a fridge inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
A note about the milk is stuck to a fridge inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WN2
October 13, 2020
Salt shakers are seen inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Salt shakers are seen inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WN3
October 13, 2020
Gloves are seen inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Gloves are seen inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMW
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin puts his hand on the bar that he made inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin puts his hand on the bar that he made inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMV
October 13, 2020
A U.S. flag flutters outside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
A U.S. flag flutters outside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMU
October 13, 2020
Notices are pinned to a board inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Notices are pinned to a board inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMS
October 13, 2020
Merchandise hangs on hooks inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Merchandise hangs on hooks inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMR
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMQ
October 13, 2020
Kim Palenske poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Kim Palenske poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMP
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin walks outside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin walks outside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMO
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin and Kim Palenske take down a picture inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin and Kim Palenske take down a picture inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMN
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WML
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMI
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMF
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMB
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin walks inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin walks inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WMA
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin poses for a photograph inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
USA-ECONOMY/RESTAURANT
RTX81WM5
October 13, 2020
Mark Martin speaks on the phone inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus...
ABILENE, UNITED STATES
Kansas family restaurant survived the Depression, but not the pandemic
Mark Martin speaks on the phone inside the Brookville Hotel, closed permanently due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Abilene, Kansas, U.S. October 10, 2020. Picture taken October 10, 2020. REUTERS/Arin Yoon
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VICTIMS
RTX7Z81T
October 01, 2020
Eight months after the novel coronavirus arrived in India, the number of deaths from the disease crossed...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: The faces of India's coronavirus pandemic as deaths hit 100,000
Eight months after the novel coronavirus arrived in India, the number of deaths from the disease crossed 100,000 on Saturday. Nearly 6.5 million people have been infected in total, second only to the number in the United States. Reuters met and interviewed relatives of 30 people who died of the disease in India, from coastal Kerala on the country's southern tip to the Himalayan region of Kashmir in the north. The 30 victims were ordinary people from all walks of life, and included police officers and doctors on the frontlines of the fight against the virus. In what is still a conservative and developing country, some of the relatives said they faced ostracism after their loved ones caught the virus. Others said they have suffered from depression and money troubles. All said more could have been done to save the people who died. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "COVID DEATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TEMPLATE OUT. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching Text: HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VICTIMS
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
RTX7H5WD
May 04, 2020
Juani Leal gets her hair died as she wears a protective mask at a hair salon, on the first day that some...
Madrid, Spain
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid
Juani Leal gets her hair died as she wears a protective mask at a hair salon, on the first day that some small businesses are allowed to open during lockdown, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain, May 4, 2020. "I was depressed. My children barely recognised me in this hair when they saw me through video calls. As soon as I learned the salons would open, I made an appointment." Leal said. REUTERS/Susana Vera
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
RTX7H5VY
May 04, 2020
Veronica San Roman brushes Juani Leal's hair, as she applies hand sanitiser, at her hair salon, on the...
Madrid, Spain
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid
Veronica San Roman brushes Juani Leal's hair, as she applies hand sanitiser, at her hair salon, on the first day that some small businesses are allowed to open during lockdown, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain, May 4, 2020. "I was depressed. My children barely recognised me in this hair when they saw me through video calls. As soon as I learned the salons would open, I made an appointment." Leal said. REUTERS/Susana Vera
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7ET3K
April 21, 2020
Tallsa Taylor, a cashier and visitor screener, poses for a portrait at the Swedish Medical Center Issaquah...
Issaquah, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Issaquah
Tallsa Taylor, a cashier and visitor screener, poses for a portrait at the Swedish Medical Center Issaquah campus during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Issaquah, Washington, U.S. April 21, 2020. "I have read about big historic moments in the world like World War II, the Great Depression, and 9/11 but I never thought I would experience a historic moment firsthand," she says. REUTERS/David Ryder
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KKJ
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KKH
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, finishes a wall in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KKC
November 19, 2019
A view of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing...
ITAOCA, Brazil
A view of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing...
A view of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KK9
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KK6
November 19, 2019
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression...
ITAOCA, Brazil
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression...
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KIY
November 19, 2019
Bottles are seen in a house built by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Bottles are seen in a house built by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing...
Bottles are seen in a house built by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KI1
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KGR
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, adjusts a bottle in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KGC
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, is seen while posing for pictures in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KEY
November 19, 2019
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression...
ITAOCA, Brazil
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression...
A view of a wall of a house built with bottles by farmer Ivone Martins, 50, to overcome a depression after losing a child in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KEN
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, is seen in her house in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KDM
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, prepares cement in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
BRAZIL-RECYCLING/HOME
RTX79KCX
November 19, 2019
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after...
ITAOCA, Brazil
Martins, 50, farmer who had self built a house and it furniture with bottles to overcome a depression...
Ivone Martins, 50, farmer who built a house and its furniture with bottles to overcome a depression after losing a child, lights a wood burning stove while posing for pictures in Itaoca, Brazil, November 8, 2019. Picture taken November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Rahel Patrasso
AUSTRALIA-DROUGHT/RIVER
RTS2SJIG
October 23, 2019
Elanor (Golly) Fay Sloane walks along the dry banks of the Menindee Creek which runs into the Darling...
MENINDEE, Australia
The Wider Image: Thirst turns to anger as Australia's mighty river runs dry
Elanor (Golly) Fay Sloane walks along the dry banks of the Menindee Creek which runs into the Darling River in Menindee, Australia, September 27, 2019. Prolonged drought exacerbated by demands on water resources by irrigators and cities means the Darling River (Barka) is running dry. The towns of Menindee and Wilcannia avoid drinking tap water, relying instead on charity donations of 10-litre boxes of water and rain tank water for potable uses. Sloane says she feels depressed when she thinks about the state of the river, "I can no longer go to river when family pass away, which is my healing process," Sloane said. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy SEARCH "NEARMY DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BX
May 22, 2019
Leanne Bell, 39, and her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, who say they began suffering breathing issues,...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Leanne Bell and her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, pose in the kitchen of their house in Fort Hood
Leanne Bell, 39, and her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, who say they began suffering breathing issues, depression, and rashes, they attribute to a mold infestation, since moving into the army base housing allocated to their family in Fort Hood 3 years ago pose in the kitchen of their house in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Over the course of their stay they contacted housing maintenance repeatedly, submitting between 2 to 3 dozen work orders related to mold, HVAC, and air issue quality concerns. In March, the home was quarantined and the family had to be relocated until repairs could be completed. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BU
May 22, 2019
Sincere Bell, 12, sits in his home surrounded by moving boxes at the army base housing allocated to his...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Sincere Bell sits in his home surrounded by moving boxes at the army base housing allocated to his family...
Sincere Bell, 12, sits in his home surrounded by moving boxes at the army base housing allocated to his family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Leanne Bell, 39, and her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, say they are vacating the home immediately after Mosley's military service contract expires in May. The family says they have experienced severe breathing issues, rashes, depression and hair loss, they believe is attributed to a mold infestation since moving into the home 3 years ago. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BR
May 22, 2019
Leanne Bell, 39, checks the air quality of a vent as her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, looks on while...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Leanne Bell checks the air quality of a vent as her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley looks on while waiting...
Leanne Bell, 39, checks the air quality of a vent as her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, looks on while waiting for a maintenance crew to arrive at the army base housing allocated to the family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S on May 16, 2019. The family says they began suffering breathing issues, depression, and rashes they attribute to a mold infestation and were forced to vacate the home in March after it was put under quarantine while repairs were made. Despite the repairs, mold can visibly be seen on surfaces throughout the home. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BP
May 22, 2019
Leanne Bell, 39, displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Leanne Bell displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort Hood...
Leanne Bell, 39, displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Bell and her family say they began suffering breathing issues, depression, hair loss, and rashes while living in the home. They contacted housing maintenance repeatedly, submitting between 2 to 3 dozen work orders related to mold, HVAC, and air issue quality concerns over the course of 3 years. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BO
May 22, 2019
Leanne Bell, 39, and her husband Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, react to local residents posts regarding mold...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Leanne Bell and her husband Spc. Tevin Mosley, react to local residents posts regarding mold and housing...
Leanne Bell, 39, and her husband Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, react to local residents posts regarding mold and housing related issues on a community Facebook group at the army base housing allocated to their family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Bell and her family say they are vacating the home immediately after Mosley's military service contract expires in May. Since moving into the home 3 years ago, the family says they have experienced severe breathing issues, rashes, depression and hair loss, they believe is attributed to a mold infestation. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BN
May 22, 2019
Sincere Bell, 12, chats with his mother, Leanne Bell, 39, surrounded by moving boxes at the army base...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Sincere Bell chats with his mother, Leanne Bell surrounded by moving boxes at the army base housing allocated...
Sincere Bell, 12, chats with his mother, Leanne Bell, 39, surrounded by moving boxes at the army base housing allocated to their family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Bell and her husband, Spc. Tevin Mosley, 26, say they are vacating the home immediately after Mosley's military service contract expires in May. The family says they have experienced severe breathing issues, rashes, depression and hair loss, they believe is attributed to a mold infestation since moving into the home 3 years ago. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
USA-HOUSING/MAP
RTX6W1BM
May 22, 2019
Leanne Bell, 39, displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort...
Fort Hood, UNITED STATES
Leanne Bell displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort Hood...
Leanne Bell, 39, displays mold-lined baseboards at the army base housing allocated to her family in Fort Hood, Texas, U.S. May 16, 2019. Bell and her family say they began suffering breathing issues, depression, hair loss, and rashes while living in the home. They contacted housing maintenance repeatedly, submitting between 2 to 3 dozen work orders related to mold, HVAC, and air issue quality concerns over the course of 3 years. Picture taken May 16, 2019. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MAP. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard
INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS
RTX6S53C
April 17, 2019
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for...
CHINCHWAD, India
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science graduate who has been unemployed for one...
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for one year poses during a job fair in Chinchwad, India, February 7, 2019. "These days I am very depressed. Now my age of learning is also passing by. I need to get a job. Each and every day is difficult to pass." Picture taken February 7, 2019. To match Insight INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS-ENGINEERS. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS
RTX6QQOE
March 12, 2019
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for...
CHINCHWAD, India
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science graduate who has been unemployed for one...
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for one year poses during a job fair in Chinchwad, India, February 7, 2019. "These days I am very depressed. Now my age of learning is also passing by. I need to get a job. Each and every day is difficult to pass." Picture taken February 7, 2019. To match Insight INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS-ENGINEERS. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS
RTX6QQNT
March 12, 2019
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for...
CHINCHWAD, India
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science graduate who has been unemployed for one...
Pankaj Kumbhakarn, a 27-year-old Master of Computer Science (MCS) graduate who has been unemployed for one year poses during a job fair in Chinchwad, India, February 7, 2019. "These days I am very depressed. Now my age of learning is also passing by. I need to get a job. Each and every day is difficult to pass." Picture taken February 7, 2019. To match Insight INDIA-ELECTION/JOBS-ENGINEERS. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX6FE40
October 17, 2018
Gabriela Alves de Azevedo, 22, holds her two-year-old daughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly,...
OLINDA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair
Gabriela Alves de Azevedo, 22, holds her two-year-old daughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly, at their house in Olinda, Brazil, August 7, 2018. Gabriela had planned to finish high school and study physical therapy. Now, she spends her days caring for her child. Her husband left shortly after Ana Sophia's birth. He could not accept their child's condition, Gabriela says, and does not pay child support. "I went into depression and my family helped me," she said. "If it was not for them, I would have gone crazy." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "ZIKA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX6FE3S
October 17, 2018
Silvina da Silva poses with her two-year-old granddaughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly,...
OLINDA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair
Silvina da Silva poses with her two-year-old granddaughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly, at their house in Olinda, Brazil, August 7, 2018. Ana Sophia's mother Gabriela had planned to finish high school and study physical therapy. Now, she spends her days caring for her child. Her husband left shortly after Ana Sophia's birth. He could not accept their child's condition, Gabriela says, and does not pay child support. "I went into depression and my family helped me," she said. "If it was not for them, I would have gone crazy." Today, some relatives give moral support and Ana Sophia's paternal grandmother helps with her day-to-day care. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "ZIKA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX6FE2W
October 17, 2018
Gabriela Alves de Azevedo, 22, holds her two-year-old daughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly,...
OLINDA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair
Gabriela Alves de Azevedo, 22, holds her two-year-old daughter Ana Sophia, who was born with microcephaly, at their house in Olinda, Brazil, August 7, 2018. Gabriela had planned to finish high school and study physical therapy. Now, she spends her days caring for her child. Her husband left shortly after Ana Sophia's birth. He could not accept their child's condition, Gabriela says, and does not pay child support. "I went into depression and my family helped me," she said. "If it was not for them, I would have gone crazy." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "ZIKA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX6FE2H
October 17, 2018
Nearly three years after a Zika outbreak in Brazil caused thousands of cases of microcephaly and other...
OLINDA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair
Nearly three years after a Zika outbreak in Brazil caused thousands of cases of microcephaly and other devastating birth defects in newborns, Reuters returned to check on the mothers and their children. Zika, the first mosquito-borne virus known to damage developing foetuses, has since disappeared from headlines, but world health officials fear its spread to new populations. In northeastern Brazil, we spoke with nearly 30 mothers who contracted the Zika virus during pregnancy. Most of them have been abandoned by their husbands and must care for their children alone. Many of the women have largely adjusted to the initial shock of their child's disability, trading dreams of their own careers for the reality of around-the-clock care of a child who may never walk or talk. Many struggle to get by on a monthly disability check of just over 954 reais (roughly $250), which must cover shelter, food, medications and transportation to frequent doctor visits. Many confessed to despair and depression, and some considered suicide. But they share a fierce love for their children and a hope for a better life. Four of them provided us a glimpse of their daily life in simple homes on the outskirts of Recife and Olinda, two cities in the state of Pernambuco. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "ZIKA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
STORM-FLORENCE/
RTS225DW
September 20, 2018
Workers place sand bags in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now downgraded...
CONWAY, UNITED STATES
Workers place sand bags in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now downgraded...
Workers place sand bags in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now downgraded to a tropical depression in Conway, South Carolina, U.S., September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Randall Hill
STORM-FLORENCE/
RTS225DV
September 20, 2018
Workers of Sumter Utilities place sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath...
CONWAY, UNITED STATES
Workers of Sumter Utilities place sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath...
Workers of Sumter Utilities place sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now downgraded to a tropical depression in Conway, South Carolina, U.S., September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Randall Hill
STORM-FLORENCE/
RTS225DS
September 20, 2018
A worker places sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane...
CONWAY, UNITED STATES
A worker places sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane...
A worker places sand bags on a building in anticipation of flood waters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now downgraded to a tropical depression in Conway, South Carolina, U.S., September 20, 2018. REUTERS/Randall Hill
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