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KAO-CHINA/DIAPERS
RTX71VNC 
August 01, 2019 
Kao nappies are pictured at a supermarket in Shanghai, China July 9, 2019. Picture taken July 9. REUTERS/Aly... 
Shanghai, China 
Kao nappies are pictured at a supermarket in Shanghai 
Kao nappies are pictured at a supermarket in Shanghai, China July 9, 2019. Picture taken July 9. REUTERS/Aly Song 
KAO-CHINA/DIAPERS
RTX71VNA 
August 01, 2019 
Kao nappies are pictured at a supermarket in Shanghai, China July 9, 2019. Picture taken July 9. REUTERS/Aly... 
Shanghai, China 
Kao nappies are pictured at a a supermarket in Shanghai 
Kao nappies are pictured at a supermarket in Shanghai, China July 9, 2019. Picture taken July 9. REUTERS/Aly Song 
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS2BWBL 
January 23, 2019 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
Nice, France 
A woman changes her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated that a variey of potentially toxic substances have been found in babies' nappies in France, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS2BWBC 
January 23, 2019 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
Nice, France 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated that a variey of potentially toxic substances have been found in babies' nappies in France, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS2BWB7 
January 23, 2019 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
Nice, France 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
A baby wears a newly-changed diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated that a variey of potentially toxic substances have been found in babies' nappies in France, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS2BWAB 
January 23, 2019 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
Nice, France 
A woman changes her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated that a variey of potentially toxic substances have been found in babies' nappies in France, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS2BW9W 
January 23, 2019 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
Nice, France 
A woman changes her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated... 
A woman adjusts her baby's diaper in Nice as a study by the French environment agency ANSES indicated that a variey of potentially toxic substances have been found in babies' nappies in France, January 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26021 
February 08, 2016 
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,... 
Recife, Brazil 
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES 
VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/
RTX1LIKD 
July 23, 2015 
Women walk on street, carrying bags with diapers in Caracas July 21, 2015. Picture taken on July 21,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Women walk on street, carrying bags with diapers in Caracas 
Women walk on street, carrying bags with diapers in Caracas July 21, 2015. Picture taken on July 21, 2015. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/
RTX1LICH 
July 23, 2015 
A woman carrying a bag with diapers, queues in a line outside a drugstore to buy diapers in Caracas July... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A woman carrying a bag with diapers, queues in a line outside a drugstore to buy diapers in Caracas 
A woman carrying a bag with diapers, queues in a line outside a drugstore to buy diapers in Caracas July 21, 2015. Picture taken on July 21, 2015. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/
RTX1LIBO 
July 23, 2015 
Yeslany Davila plays with her daughter on a pile of diapers she has managed to accumulate at her house... 
Maracaibo, Venezuela 
Yeslany Davila plays with her daughter on a pile of diapers she has managed to accumulate at her house... 
Yeslany Davila plays with her daughter on a pile of diapers she has managed to accumulate at her house in Maracaibo, Venezuela July 3, 2015. Picture taken on July 3, 2015. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MOTHERS/ REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia 
JAPAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTR42TL4 
August 18, 2014 
A shopper looks at adult diapers sitting on a display shelf at a shopping centre in Tokyo August 5, 2014.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A shopper looks at adult diapers sit on a display shelf at a shopping centre in Tokyo 
A shopper looks at adult diapers sitting on a display shelf at a shopping centre in Tokyo August 5, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
JAPAN-TAX/DIAPERS
RTR3JE7R 
March 31, 2014 
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers (C) are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's... 
Chiba, Japan 
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket... 
Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers (C) are seen on display with other diaper brands at an Aeon Co Ltd's supermarket outlet in Chiba, east of Tokyo, March 31, 2014. Retailers across Japan have reported shortages of Kao Corp's 'Merries' brand diapers in recent months, with many stores sold out even after imposing rations. At midnight, Japan's sales tax rose to 8 percent from 5 percent. A crush of demand ahead of the first sales tax hike in 17 years has been credited with lifting sales of everything from condominiums to luxury cars -- and raised fears of a sharp downturn in spending over coming months. Picture taken March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
ITALY-IMMIGRANTS/
RTX10V4M 
June 20, 2013 
A nurse holds newborn Savio Warnakulasuriya in the nursery at Sandro Pertini hospital in Rome June 16,... 
Rome, Italy 
A nurse holds newborn Savio Warnakulasuriya in the nursery in Sandro Pertini hospital in Rome 
A nurse holds newborn Savio Warnakulasuriya in the nursery at Sandro Pertini hospital in Rome June 16, 2013. Savio, son of Fernando and his wife Sunita, from Sri Lanka, was born on June 16, 2013, with a weight of 2,680 grams. Italy's Integration Minister Cecile Kyenge, who was born in Democratic Republic of Congo and came to Italy when she was 18, has fuelled a debate about citizenship laws that many immigrants say prevent them from fully integrating into society and mean that even children born in Italy cannot gain citizenship until they turn 18. Picture taken June 16, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/
RTR36SVZ 
August 12, 2012 
A woman pushing her trolley walks next to disposable diapers for sale at a supermarket in Jakarta June... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A woman pushing her trolley walks next to disposable diapers for sale at a supermarket in Jakarta 
A woman pushing her trolley walks next to disposable diapers for sale at a supermarket in Jakarta June 16, 2012. The market for disposable diapers was just $400 million in 2011, although annual growth has averaged 35 percent since 2006, data from Indonesia's industry ministry shows. Working parents increasingly favour them over traditional cloth nappies and can now afford a product previously seen as a luxury. Picture taken June 16, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/ REUTERS /Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/
RTR36SVS 
August 12, 2012 
Isaura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper in her room in Jakarta August 9, 2012. The market... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper in her room in Jakarta 
Isaura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper in her room in Jakarta August 9, 2012. The market for disposable diapers was just $400 million in 2011, although annual growth has averaged 35 percent since 2006, data from Indonesia's industry ministry shows. Working parents increasingly favour them over traditional cloth nappies and can now afford a product previously seen as a luxury. Picture taken August 9, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/
RTR36SVQ 
August 12, 2012 
Iasura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper while playing in her room in Jakarta August 9,... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper while playing in her room in Jakarta 
Iasura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, wears a disposable diaper while playing in her room in Jakarta August 9, 2012. The market for disposable diapers was just $400 million in 2011, although annual growth has averaged 35 percent since 2006, data from Indonesia's industry ministry shows. Working parents increasingly favour them over traditional cloth nappies and can now afford a product previously seen as a luxury. Picture taken August 9, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/
RTR36SVP 
August 12, 2012 
Iasura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, sits in her room next to boxes of disposable diapers that she will use for... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Tanzil, 2, sits in her room next to boxes of disposable diapers that she will use for a month in Jakarta... 
Iasura Alexandria Tanzil, 2, sits in her room next to boxes of disposable diapers that she will use for a month in Jakarta August 9, 2012. The market for disposable diapers was just $400 million in 2011, although annual growth has averaged 35 percent since 2006, data from Indonesia's industry ministry shows. Working parents increasingly favour them over traditional cloth nappies and can now afford a product previously seen as a luxury. Picture taken August 9, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-CONSUMERS/ REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
STORMS-CENTRALAMERICA/
RTXXTFJ 
October 16, 2011 
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador October 15, 2011.... 
San Salvador, El Salvador 
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador 
People arrange humanitarian aid for flood victims at a storage facility in San Salvador October 15, 2011. Torrential rain in Central America this week that forced thousands to abandon their homes and trapped many more has killed at least 45 people, authorities said on Saturday. In El Salvador, where seven people were killed, President Mauricio Funes declared a state of emergency. REUTERS / Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY) 
GEORGIA/
RTR2S03E 
September 29, 2011 
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi, September 29, 2011. About 450 children... 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi 
A baby is baptised during a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi, September 29, 2011. About 450 children were baptised by the Georgian Orthodox church during a mass baptism ceremony at the country's main cathedral Holy Trinity. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GEORGIA/
RTR2GDRK 
July 13, 2010 
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi, July 13,... 
Mtskheta, Georgia 
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi 
Children are dressed after a mass baptism ceremony in the town of Mtskheta outside Tbilisi, July 13, 2010. About 700 children were baptized by the Georgian Orthodox church during the 12th mass baptism ceremony led by Patriarch Ilia II. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: RELIGION) 
CHILE/
RTR25P1N 
July 15, 2009 
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution... 
Pro-abortion activists take part in a rally outside the Chilean congress to support the distribution of free morning-after pills to teenagers aged 14 and above, in Valparaiso city, about 121 km (75 miles) northwest of Santiago, July 15, 2009. The Chilean congress on Wednesday began a debate on a new bill authorizing the Government to distribute free morning-after pills to teenagers aged 14 and above, a year after the Constitutional Tribunal overruled a decree by President Michelle Bachelet allowing the distribution. The words on their underwear read, "Our rights are not traded." REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE CONFLICT POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY) 
PROCTER/
RTXOWGB 
May 28, 2009 
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products taken May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast... 
Alexandria, UNITED STATES 
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products 
Combination photo shows various Procter & Gamble products taken May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast fiscal 2010 earnings way below Wall Street estimates, as it invests in international markets and new products, but its shares fell only slightly as analysts said the investments were needed for future growth. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
PROCTER/
RTXOWGA 
May 28, 2009 
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria, May 28,... 
Alexandria, UNITED STATES 
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria 
Luvs Diapers, a Procter & Gamble product, are displayed on a shelf in a store in Alexandria, May 28, 2009. Procter & Gamble forecast fiscal 2010 earnings way below Wall Street estimates, as it invests in international markets and new products, but its shares fell only slightly as analysts said the investments were needed for future growth. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
ARGENTINA/
RTX5NPL 
May 13, 2008 
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel, a mother of seven, looks at her mother Magdalena (R) changing a... 
LEONES, Argentina 
Argentine teenager Villarruel looks at her mother changing nappy at her parents' home in Leones 
Argentine teenager Pamela Villarruel, a mother of seven, looks at her mother Magdalena (R) changing a diaper while accompanied by her brother Jose (L) at her parents' home in the town of Leones in Cordoba Province, northern Argentina, May 10, 2008. Pamela, 17, bore all seven children in just three pregnancies, having her first boy in 2005 when she was 14 and the other six girls in two deliveries of triplets in the following two years. Pamela and her children currently sleep in the living room of her mother Magdalena who supports them all by house cleaning. The father of Pamela's first son abandoned them, the father of the first set of triplets was forced out of the house by the family for beating her, and Pamela refuses to identify the father of the more recent triplets. Magdalena requested to have her daughter's fallopian tubes tied to avoid any further pregnancies, but was denied as Argentine law prohibits the procedure to be done on minors. Picture taken May 10, 2008. REUTERS/Carolina Camps (ARGENTINA) 
HONDURAS/
RTR1Z9CO 
April 08, 2008 
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for... 
San Pedro Sula, Honduras 
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for... 
Nine-year-old Jason Lopez rests on a bed at the Catarino Rivas hospital where he is being treated for severe malnutrition after police were tipped off to his condition by neighbors of his family's home in San Pedro Sula, March 8, 2008. Jason, whose eight kg (17.6 lbs.) of weight, which is normal for a two-year-old, is an extreme case in Honduras where nearly 30 percent of all children suffer from malnutrition, according to a report from the United Nations' World Food Programme. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS) 
VENEZUELA-HOSTAGES/BANK
RTR1WF6Z 
January 29, 2008 
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de... 
ALTRAGRACIA DE ORITUCO, Venezuela 
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de... 
A hostage in a bank reaches for a bag of baby food and diapers from behind the door in Altagracia de Orituco in the central state of Guarico, some 350 km (217 miles) south from Caracas, January 29, 2008. Armed robbers held more than 30 hostages at a bank in central Venezuela in a standoff with hundreds of police that stretched into a second day on Tuesday with little sign of a breakthrough, officials said. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1VJEL 
November 01, 2007 
A child sleeps on a makeshift hammock in front of tombs inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial... 
Manila, Philippines 
Child sleeps on makeshift hammock inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial district of Manila 
A child sleeps on a makeshift hammock in front of tombs inside a public cemetery in Makati's financial district of Manila, during All Saints Day November 1, 2007. Millions of Filipinos visit the graves of their loved ones as a way to remember them in this predominantly Catholic country.
REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES) 
PARAGUAY
RTR1KFY9 
December 15, 2006 
Paraguayan opposition Senator Alfredo Luis Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during... 
Asuncion, Paraguay 
Paraguayan opposition Senator Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during a protest in... 
Paraguayan opposition Senator Alfredo Luis Jaegli offers a diaper to the rest of his colleagues during a protest after the Senate approved more funding than expected for the public health system, in Asuncion December 14, 2006. Senator Jaegli insulted his colleagues that changed their vote on the health budget in response to the pressure put on them by a demonstration of doctors and nurses in front of the Congress. Picture taken December 14, 2006. REUTERS/Ruben Alfonso (PARAGUAY) 
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