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USA-TRUMP/IMPEACHMENT
RTX94PWO
February 11, 2021
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) is handed a bag of food and a Diet Coke during a dinner break during...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Wicker (R-MS) is handed a bag of food during a dinner break on the second day of proceedings...
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) is handed a bag of food and a Diet Coke during a dinner break during the second day of proceedings in the second impeachment trial of former U.S. President Donald Trump on charges of inciting the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Al Drago
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EU9J
December 08, 2020
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples may sound extreme, but can easily represent over time the cumulative amount of microscopic pieces of plastic we consume every day. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EPDK
December 08, 2020
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
What's for dinner? Lego sushi, credit card burgers, or a well-done piece of PVC pipe? These examples may sound extreme, but can easily represent over time the cumulative amount of microscopic pieces of plastic we consume every day. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8Q
December 08, 2020
Pieces of plastic straws weighing 0.7 grams, which is the equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Pieces of plastic straws weighing 0.7 grams, which is the equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one day, are displayed on a spoon in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8P
December 08, 2020
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten days, are displayed inside a hamburger in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8N
December 08, 2020
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic cards weighing 7 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten days, are displayed inside a tuna salad sandwich with a cup of milk in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8M
December 08, 2020
Plastic buttons weighing 5 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic buttons weighing 5 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one week, are displayed with a cup of coffee in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8L
December 08, 2020
Plastic caps weighing 62 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic caps weighing 62 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in three months, are displayed inside a bamboo steamer basket in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8J
December 08, 2020
Lego bricks weighing a total of 22 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Lego bricks weighing a total of 22 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one month, are displayed on top of pieces of sushi rice in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 11, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8I
December 08, 2020
A face shield and a pair of plastic goggles used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19),...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A face shield and a pair of plastic goggles used to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), weighing 151 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in eight months, are displayed on top of a chopping board in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8H
December 08, 2020
Plastic dice weighing 21 grams combined, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic dice weighing 21 grams combined, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one month, are displayed on a plate in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8G
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 1.3 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 1.3 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in five years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8E
December 08, 2020
Plastic toy beads weighing a total of 125 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic toy beads weighing a total of 125 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in 6 months, are displayed inside a cereal bowl filled with milk in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8D
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 6.8 kilograms, which is the equivalent to the amount that someone could...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 6.8 kilograms, which is the equivalent to the amount that someone could eat in 27 years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8C
December 08, 2020
A plastic safety helmet weighing 248 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A plastic safety helmet weighing 248 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in one year, is displayed on a dish in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP8B
December 08, 2020
Plastic ropes and plastic pipes weighing 510 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Plastic ropes and plastic pipes weighing 510 grams, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in two years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, November 12, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP7Y
December 08, 2020
A plastic pipe weighing 1 kilogram, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
A plastic pipe weighing 1 kilogram, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in four years, is displayed on a cutting board in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP7Z
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 3.15 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 3.15 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET
RTX8EP81
December 08, 2020
Various plastic goods weighing 2.7 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: How much plastic are you eating?
Various plastic goods weighing 2.7 kilograms, which is equivalent to the amount of plastic that someone could eat in ten years, are displayed on a table in this illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, March 31, 2020. People could be ingesting the equivalent of a credit card of plastic a week, a 2019 study by WWF International concluded, mainly in plastic-infused drinking water but also via food like shellfish, which tends to be eaten whole so the plastic in their digestive systems is also consumed. Reuters used the findings of the study to illustrate what this amount of plastic actually looks like over various periods of time. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Illustration SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONDURAS-PRISON
RTX7IWUW
May 14, 2020
Manuel Antonio, 25, an inmate at Centro Penal de La Esperanza (La Esperanza Prison), who works in the...
La Esperanza, Honduras
The Wider Image: Cut off by coronavirus: Hondurans in packed prison suffer mental toll
Manuel Antonio, 25, an inmate at Centro Penal de La Esperanza (La Esperanza Prison), who works in the kitchen of the prison, transports a sack of beans to a storage room, in Esperanza, Intibuca, Honduras, February 19, 2020. Beans and rice are a staple diet inside the prison. REUTERS/Adrees Latif SEARCH "HONDURAS PRISON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MARRIAGE
RTX7HGDN
May 06, 2020
Howard Smith bumps elbows after speaking with Diet Technician Debbie Nooks about his wife Lois, a 77-year-old...
Pine Bush, UNITED STATES
Howard Smith visits his wife Lois for the first time since the statewide lockdown during the outbreak...
Howard Smith bumps elbows after speaking with Diet Technician Debbie Nooks about his wife Lois, a 77-year-old Alzheimer's patient, at the New Paltz Center nursing facility, during a first time visit in weeks since lockdowns due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Pine Bush, New York, U.S., May 5, 2020. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BS
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BR
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BQ
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BP
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BO
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BN
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BM
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BL
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BK
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BI
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson, who has put his animals on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson, who has put his animals on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, walks through one of his barns at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BG
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson, who has put his animals on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson, who has put his animals on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, walks through one of his barns at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2BF
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2B4
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson’s diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his animals...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson’s diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his animals fatten up, a necessity caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) related supply chain disruptions, seen in one of his barns in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2B5
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his animals...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his animals fatten up, a necessity caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) related supply chain disruptions, seen in one of his barns in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2B3
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson's animals, who have been put on a diet so they take longer to fatten up due to the supply chain disruptions caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks, at his property in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/LIVESTOCK
RTX7G2B2
April 27, 2020
Hog farmer Mike Patterson shows his diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his...
KENYON, UNITED STATES
Hog farm in Kenyon, Minnesota
Hog farmer Mike Patterson shows his diet pig feed, which is part of his efforts to slow how quickly his animals fatten up, a necessity caused by coronavirus disease (COVID-19) related supply chain disruptions, seen in one of his barns in Kenyon, Minnesota, U.S. April 23, 2020. Picture taken April 23, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7ESXU
April 21, 2020
Racheal Grina, a barista who has been working as a diet clerk during the pandemic, poses for a portrait...
Issaquah, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Issaquah
Racheal Grina, a barista who has been working as a diet clerk during the pandemic, 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 love watching people get healthy. As a diet clerk, they come in at their worst and they leave feeling better," she says. REUTERS/David Ryder
USA-OAS/POMPEO
RTS2YS3T
January 17, 2020
A steward leaves a Diet Coke for U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before he delivers remarks at the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A steward leaves a Diet Coke for U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo before he delivers remarks at the Organization...
A steward leaves a Diet Coke for U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before he delivers remarks at the Organization of American States in Washington, U.S. January 17, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJM
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a cereal bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every six months, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJL
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured on a dinner plate, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume in a year, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJJ
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured half-filling a rice bowl, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every a month, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/DIET-BACKSTORY
RTS2XTJI
January 10, 2020
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon, equivalent to the amount of microplastic...
Singapore, Singapore
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon in this illustration photo
Recycled, shredded plastic is pictured in a porcelain soup spoon, equivalent to the amount of microplastic a person could consume every week, based on a recent study by WWF International, in this illustration photo taken October 10, 2019. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anand Katakam/Illustration
GLOBAL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2WNOG
December 31, 2019
UPDATE Updated slug Interactive page showing a series of images visualising how much plastic the average...
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UPDATE Updated slug Interactive page showing a series of images visualising how much plastic the average human consumes in their diet over various periods of time.
VENEZUELA-MALNUTRITION/
RTS2VEZB
December 18, 2019
Sorelys Almao, 43, breastfeeds her sixteen-month-old daughter Gibellys, who has had trouble gaining weight...
Barquisimeto, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Malnutrition curses the children of Venezuela
Sorelys Almao, 43, breastfeeds her sixteen-month-old daughter Gibellys, who has had trouble gaining weight according to her, while posing for a picture at their house in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, August 9, 2019. Almao said that lately it has been very difficult for the family to provide Gibellys with a balanced diet, "I haven't eaten it for a while" she said when asked when they last ate meat. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "VENEZUELA MALNUTRITION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHILE-PROTESTS/
RTX7ALEO
November 26, 2019
A person holds a placard as workers take part in a national strike during ongoing protests against Chile's...
Santiago, Chile
Workers take part in a national strike during ongoing protests against Chile's government, in Santiago...
A person holds a placard as workers take part in a national strike during ongoing protests against Chile's government, in Santiago Chile November 26, 2019. The placard reads: "No more AFP, no more low pensions, no more increases, light, water, etc., no more miserable wages, no more parliamentary diet." REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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Haiti's cyclists brave protests and poor roads in race for gold
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HAITI-CYCLING/
RTX77VXT
November 08, 2019
Ousline Georges, 22, only started to take cycling seriously a year ago, wary of the many hurdles she...
Havana, Cuba
The Wider Image: Haiti's cyclists brave protests and poor roads in race for gold
Ousline Georges, 22, only started to take cycling seriously a year ago, wary of the many hurdles she faced such as the prohibitive cost of a decent bicycle and the treacherous roads in her home country of Haiti, the poorest in the Americas. This past weekend though, she became the first Haitian ever to win a medal in the Caribbean Cycling Championship, thanks to a new program created by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) that fosters the sport in small, developing nations. Cycling is not an easy sport to practice in Haiti, a country wracked by poverty, natural catastrophes and political instability. Bicycles and a good diet are too expensive for most and there are few roads that lend themselves to training given the destruction wrought by the 2010 earthquake and a scarcity of cash to build infrastructure. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "HAITI CYCLING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY MATCHING TEXT: HAITI-CYCLING/
BOLIVIA-ELECTION/PROTEST
RTS2SZCR
October 26, 2019
People attend a protest in La Paz, Bolivia October 26, 2019. The banner reads: "The government is more...
La Paz, Bolivia
People attend a protest in La Paz
People attend a protest in La Paz, Bolivia October 26, 2019. The banner reads: "The government is more false, than me being on diet". REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/TB
RTS2SMY2
October 24, 2019
In a poor Buenos Aires suburb, Cristian Molina's jeans and denim jacket hide his unhealthily slight frame,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Wider Image: 'White death' in Argentina: The hunger of poverty feeds tuberculosis
In a poor Buenos Aires suburb, Cristian Molina's jeans and denim jacket hide his unhealthily slight frame, his legacy from years of a poor diet that left him susceptible to the tuberculosis infection he contracted earlier this year, a disease of poverty that is making a comeback in Argentina. Molina, 26, lives in the shantytown of Lujan near the wealthy capital with his parents, six siblings and four nephews. Doctors think one brother contracted the disease in prison before spreading it around the family when he returned home. Cases of the "white death" illness, closely linked to poverty, malnutrition and poor housing, have been on the rise since the turn of the decade as Latin America's third largest economy has been battered by repeat recessions and inflation. Currently, fast-rising prices and recession are driving more people below the poverty line. The poverty rate stood at above 35% in the first half of the year. REUTERS/Magali Druscovich SEARCH "ARGENTINA TB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: ARGENTINA-ELECTION/TB
USA-JULYFOURTH/NATHANS
RTS2KT8I
July 03, 2019
Hot dogs are displayed during the official weigh-in ceremony for the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hot dogs are displayed during the official weigh-in ceremony for the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International...
Hot dogs are displayed during the official weigh-in ceremony for the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest at the Empire State Building in New York, U.S., July 3, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/WOMAN
RTS2ITAY
June 19, 2019
Venezuelan migrant Suramay Farias, 47, poses for a picture with her daughter Franchesca, 8, while they...
Tumbes, Peru
The Wider Image: Venezuelan mothers, children in tow, rush to migrate
Venezuelan migrant Suramay Farias, 47, poses for a picture with her daughter Franchesca, 8, while they wait to process their documents at the Ecuadorian-Peruvian border service centre, before continuing their journey to Chiclayo, on the outskirts of Tumbes, Peru, June 16, 2019. Suramay had never thought about travelling, much less leaving the country, but worried about the future of her youngest daughter and decided to go to Peru where her other children have been living for a year. "They told me, Mama, come here so you can give the girl a chance to have a better diet and a better life," Farias said. "She was in a private school but I had to take her out and put her in a public one close to our house, because if I paid for her school and transportation, I wouldn't have had enough to feed her. I preferred to have her in a public school and at least give her an arepa with butter," she said. "This is very hard because I left my mother, I left my husband, but I have my children here. This is not what I wanted. I would like to have my children in Venezuela". "I love my country, but with the circumstance that we have there, we have to migrate." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "MOTHERS REFUGEE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SPACE-EXPLORATION/SPACEX
RTX6U149
May 02, 2019
Elon Musk’s SpaceX is scheduled on Friday to launch its first resupply mission to the International...
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Elon Musk’s SpaceX is scheduled on Friday to launch its first resupply mission to the International Space Station this year after a series of delays. Here’s a look at all of SpaceX’s missions to date. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2DIEtGS
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2P0
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, holds her doll near her family's house in the village of al-Jaraib,...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, holds her doll near her family's house in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 20, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OV
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein (C), 10, who is malnourished, plays with other girls near her family's house in the village...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein (C), 10, who is malnourished, plays with other girls near her family's house in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 20, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OU
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein (L), 10, who is malnourished, and her sister cook a meal in their family's kitchen outside...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein (L), 10, who is malnourished, and her sister cook a meal in their family's kitchen outside their house in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 19, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OR
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, eats a tin of peas provided for her recovery as her father Hussein...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, eats a tin of peas provided for her recovery as her father Hussein Abdu, 40, and other relatives and friends have a meal outside their house in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 19, 2019. Abdu said Afaf is to eat only fruit and vegetables and no wheat products. "By God, if I had anything at all I would have bought her vegetables and fruit but I have nothing," Abdu said, adding that if his dire situation continues he wont be able to afford her diet or to transport to her one-month check up. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OQ
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, lies inside a hut as she receives an injection near her family's...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, lies inside a hut as she receives an injection near her family's house in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 20, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OO
March 21, 2019
Hussein Abdu, 40, the father of ten-year-old malnourished girl Afaf Hussein, performs prayers at a mosque...
HAJJAH, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Hussein Abdu, 40, the father of ten-year-old malnourished girl Afaf Hussein, performs prayers at a mosque in the village of al-Jaraib, in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 19, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. "Before the war we managed to get food because prices were acceptable and there was work ... Now they have increased significantly and we rely on yogurt and bread for nutrition," said Abdu. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
YEMEN-SECURITY/HUNGER
RTS2E2OM
March 21, 2019
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, looks from the window of a taxi during her trip back from treatment...
AMRAN, Yemen
The Wider Image: Hunger stalks Yemen's remote villages after four years of war
Afaf Hussein, 10, who is malnourished, looks from the window of a taxi during her trip back from treatment in Sanaa to her home village of al-Jaraib in the northwestern province of Hajjah, Yemen, February 16, 2019. Afaf, who now weighs around 11 kg and is described by her doctor as "skin and bones", has been left acutely malnourished by a limited diet during her growing years and suffering from hepatitis, likely caused by infected water. She left school two years ago because she got too weak. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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