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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GEN-Z
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December 24, 2020
Abdullah El-Berry, 22, a trainee sports journalist, poses for a photograph on a street in Cairo, Egypt,...
Cairo, Egypt
The Wider Image: Scarred by 2020, Gen Z looks to a COVID-free future
Abdullah El-Berry, 22, a trainee sports journalist, poses for a photograph on a street in Cairo, Egypt, December 20, 2020. Berry entered 2020 thinking life would be tough. A severe knee injury needed daily physiotherapy and seriously affected his three-hour commute to Cairo from his home in the Delta city of Shebine al-Qanatir. After the pandemic hit, he could not continue physiotherapy as Egypt's hospitals were overrun with patients. He could not present his graduation project or attend his long-awaited graduation ceremony. The suspension of sports made it near impossible to do his job. And his daily commute was thrown in disarray by night curfews. Now, he believes 2021 will be even tougher. Paid very little as a trainee at a state-owned newspaper, the young graduate worries he will struggle to find a proper job. "We already suffer to find a job," he said. "Now, many people lost their jobs due to coronavirus and the economic crisis. It will definitely impact us all." Berry believes social distancing and wearing masks will continue to control lives in 2021, and make young people of his generation less likely to travel and explore new opportunities. His wishlist for 2021 includes advancing his career and resuming work on a YouTube channel he abandoned due to his studies and coronavirus. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany SEARCH "GEN-Z COVID-19" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/HEALTH
RTS2HSHU
May 15, 2019
11,000 Venezuelans' dialysis treatment has been thrown into disarray by a wave of blackouts in the oil-rich...
La Concepcion, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
11,000 Venezuelans' dialysis treatment has been thrown into disarray by a wave of blackouts in the oil-rich but crisis-stricken South American country. Electricity has largely been restored to the capital city of Caracas after two nation-wide power outages in March and April. But many other parts of Venezuela now have power for only several hours per day under a rationing plan put in effect by President Nicolas Maduro. Few places have been harder-hit than sweltering Maracaibo, the country's second-largest city, which still experiences power cuts lasting 10 hours or more per day. That has led to water shortages, making it hard to provide the minimum 120 liters (32 gallons) of water doctors say is needed for a full dialysis session. Dialysis requires consistent supplies of power and water to provide the recommended treatment of three or four hours, three times a week. Venezuela's public hospitals for years have provided free dialysis treatment, thanks to abundant oil revenue and generous health-care spending. But since the economy crashed along with oil prices in 2014, new equipment rarely arrives and the existing machines are not maintained, doctors say. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "MARCELINO KIDNEY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: VENEZUELA-POLITICS/HEALTH
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MALTA-ODDLY/
RTX6GU3Q
October 28, 2018
A participant runs through a foam bath during the 'Colour My Run' charity fun run on Manoel Island in...
Valletta, Malta
A participant runs through a foam bath during the 'Colour My Run' charity fun run on Manoel Island in...
A participant runs through a foam bath during the 'Colour My Run' charity fun run on Manoel Island in Valletta's Marsamxett Harbour, Malta October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-BUS/
RTX50VRV
March 02, 2018
Madelein Rosal cries while she talks on the phone before boarding a bus to travel from Caracas to Guayaquil,...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: A journey on a caravan of misery
Madelein Rosal cries while she talks on the phone before boarding a bus to travel from Caracas to Guayaquil, at the Rutas de America's bus station in Caracas, Venezuela, November 7, 2017. Rosal, 28, a hotel worker, decided to emigrate after the ruling Socialist Party won the October 2017 gubernatorial elections, leaving the opposition in disarray. "I'm leaving heartbroken" said Rosal, who entrusted her 8-year-old son to the care of her mother. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "RAWLINS BUS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TO MATCH SPECIAL REPORT XXX
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YPJ
September 20, 2015
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YPI
September 20, 2015
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YPG
September 20, 2015
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz
Migrants walk along the road as they look for taxis near the village of Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YIT
September 20, 2015
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YIS
September 20, 2015
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YHO
September 20, 2015
Migrants sleep in a tent as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants sleep in a tent as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants sleep in a tent as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YHL
September 20, 2015
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz
A migrant boy eats on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YHK
September 20, 2015
Migrant girls walk among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrant girls walk among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrant girls walk among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YH6
September 20, 2015
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGY
September 20, 2015
A migrant boy sits on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
A migrant boy sits on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz
A migrant boy sits on the ground at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGW
September 20, 2015
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGV
September 20, 2015
Migrant children stand outside a tent at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015,...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrant children stand outside a tent at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrant children stand outside a tent at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGU
September 20, 2015
Migrants pose for a picture as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants pose for a picture as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants pose for a picture as they wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGG
September 20, 2015
A migrant boy walks among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
A migrant boy walks among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz
A migrant boy walks among tents at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YGC
September 20, 2015
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants wait for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YG5
September 20, 2015
A migrant holds a paper while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
A migrant holds a paper while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
A migrant holds a paper while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YG0
September 20, 2015
Migrants gesture as they pose for a picture while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz,...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants gesture as they pose for a picture while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz...
Migrants gesture as they pose for a picture while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YFQ
September 20, 2015
Migrants walk among tents while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Migrants walk among tents while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Migrants walk among tents while waiting for transport at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015, located at the border with Hungary. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1YFF
September 20, 2015
Austrian soldiers watch the border with Hungary at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September...
HEILIGENKREUZ, Austria
Austrian soldiers watch the border with Hungary at the check point Heiligenkreuz
Austrian soldiers watch the border with Hungary at the check point Heiligenkreuz, Austria, September 20, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X9F
September 19, 2015
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X8Q
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X8J
September 19, 2015
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X8C
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X81
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X7X
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X7U
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X7S
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X7J
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X7D
September 19, 2015
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X73
September 19, 2015
Migrants board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X6P
September 19, 2015
Migrants leave after failing to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19,...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants leave after failing to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants leave after failing to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X6L
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X5V
September 19, 2015
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia
Migrants walk on a road near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1L16
September 17, 2015
Policemen direct migrants during a stampede to board a bus in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Policemen direct migrants during a stampede to board a bus in Tovarnik
Policemen direct migrants during a stampede to board a bus in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia said on Thursday it could not take in any more migrants, amid chaotic scenes of riot police trying to control thousands who have streamed into the European Union country from Serbia. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1L10
September 17, 2015
Migrants push policemen during a stampede to board buses in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants push policemen during a stampede to board buses in Tovarnik
Migrants push policemen during a stampede to board buses in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia said on Thursday it could not take in any more migrants, amid chaotic scenes of riot police trying to control thousands who have streamed into the European Union country from Serbia. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1L0W
September 17, 2015
Migrants push policemen as they attempt to board buses in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants push policemen as they attempt to board buses in Tovarnik
Migrants push policemen as they attempt to board buses in Tovarnik, Croatia September 17, 2015. Croatia said on Thursday it could not take in any more migrants, amid chaotic scenes of riot police trying to control thousands who have streamed into the European Union country from Serbia. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTX1K1T9
July 12, 2015
A woman poses for photographs next to a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A woman poses for photographs next to a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek...
A woman poses for photographs next to a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan, July 5, 2015. Dumped outside Chiang Kai-shek's mausoleum in Taiwan are nearly 200 unwanted statues of the Nationalist Party hero, a suggestion of the punishment his party faces in January elections for pushing the self-ruled island too close to political foe China. Cast in bronze and in different shades of red, brown, grey and blue, the generalissimo is saluting, holding a book, leaning on a cane, sitting regally or perched on a plinth - a peaceful if surreal gathering that belies the disarray of the party it represents. Picture taken July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTX1K1T8
July 12, 2015
A person touches a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek in Taoyuan, northern...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A person touches a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek in Taoyuan
A person touches a bust of the late president and Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-shek in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan, July 5, 2015. Dumped outside Chiang Kai-shek's mausoleum in Taiwan are nearly 200 unwanted statues of the Nationalist Party hero, a suggestion of the punishment his party faces in January elections for pushing the self-ruled island too close to political foe China. Cast in bronze and in different shades of red, brown, grey and blue, the generalissimo is saluting, holding a book, leaning on a cane, sitting regally or perched on a plinth - a peaceful if surreal gathering that belies the disarray of the party it represents. Picture taken July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTX1K1T2
July 12, 2015
Taiwan military honour guards march during a changing of the guard ceremony at the Chiang Kai-shek Mausoleum...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Taiwan military honour guards march during a changing of the guard ceremony at the Chiang Kai-shek Mausoleum...
Taiwan military honour guards march during a changing of the guard ceremony at the Chiang Kai-shek Mausoleum in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan, July 5, 2015. Dumped outside Chiang Kai-shek's mausoleum in Taiwan are nearly 200 unwanted statues of the Nationalist Party hero, a suggestion of the punishment his party faces in January elections for pushing the self-ruled island too close to political foe China. Cast in bronze and in different shades of red, brown, grey and blue, the generalissimo is saluting, holding a book, leaning on a cane, sitting regally or perched on a plinth - a peaceful if surreal gathering that belies the disarray of the party it represents. Picture taken July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7ON
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OJ
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OD
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7OC
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7O8
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7NS
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7N9
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in his office building in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. . Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7N2
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7MZ
November 07, 2014
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Fuzessi, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Karoly Fuzessi, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Frisco, a bar where the organisers often meet, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7MQ
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7M7
November 07, 2014
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Budapest, Hungary
Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet...
Flora Bernat, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Aurora, a bar where the organiser meet regularly, in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7M0
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7LF
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-POLITICS/PROTESTS
RTR4D7KQ
November 07, 2014
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on...
Budapest, Hungary
Marton Gulyas, one of main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet...
Marton Gulyas, one of the main organisers of recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait on the street outside his office in Budapest, November 4, 2014. With Hungary?s conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organised last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channelled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 4, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS CIVIL UNREST)
HUNGARY-INTERNET/PROTESTERS
RTR4D7KG
November 07, 2014
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic,...
Budapest, Hungary
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated recent big protests in Hungary against planned tax on internet traffic,...
Balazs Gulyas, who initiated the recent big protests in Hungary against a planned tax on internet traffic, poses for a portrait in front of Liberty Bridge in Budapest, November 3, 2014. With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support and his opposition in disarray, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the Internet believe they have created a new platform to voice dissent. The biggest street protests since he came to power four years ago forced Orban last week to shelve the tax plan - a stunning U-turn by a man whose big parliamentary majority and popular support usually allow him to wield power unopposed. The loose collective of students, activists and artists who organized last month's protests believe they have tapped into a groundswell of a indignation that could now be channeled against other Orban policies. Picture taken November 3, 2014. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: POLITICS PORTRAIT BUSINESS TELECOMS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/
RTR42NXY
August 16, 2014
A supporter of the late presidential candidate Eduardo Campos reads messages placed in tribute outside...
Recife, Brazil
A supporter of the late presidential candidate Eduardo Campos reads messages placed in tribute outside...
A supporter of the late presidential candidate Eduardo Campos reads messages placed in tribute outside Pernambuco government palace in Recife August 16, 2014. Campos was killed in a plane crash on Wednesday, throwing the October election and local financial markets into disarray. The private jet carrying Campos and his entourage crashed in a residential area in bad weather as it prepared to land in the coastal city of Santos. The accident killed all seven people on board, the Sao Paulo state fire department said. According to local media, Campos' wake is expected to be held at the Pernambuco government palace. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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