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Obituary
Ross Perot: 1930 - 2019
20 PICTURES
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Pictures Report
Disgruntled city worker kills 12 in Virginia Beach
20 PICTURES
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Disgruntled city worker kills 12 in Virginia Beach
27 PICTURES
SOUTH CAROLINA/SHOOTING
RTS1D7IP
August 24, 2017
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, (L) and Interim Police Chief Jerome Taylor brief news reporters regarding...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Charleston mayor Tecklenburg and Interim Police Chief Taylor brief news reporters during a hostage taking...
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg, (L) and Interim Police Chief Jerome Taylor brief news reporters regarding a restaurant shooting in which police shot and wounded a disgruntled former employee during a hostage taking incident in Charleston, South Carolina, U.S., August 24, 2017. REUTERS/Harriet McLeod
IVORYCOAST-MILITARY/
RTX2XU3L
January 07, 2017
U.N. peacekeepers are seen outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
Bouake, Cote D'Ivoire
U.N. peacekeepers are seen outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
U.N. peacekeepers are seen outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized the city of Bouake, Ivory Coast, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon
IVORYCOAST-MILITARY/
RTX2XU0M
January 07, 2017
Trucks are seen parked along a road in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary...
DJEBONOUA, Cote D'Ivoire
Trucks are seen parked along a road in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary...
Trucks are seen parked along a road in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized the city of Bouake, Ivory Coast, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon
IVORYCOAST-MILITARY/
RTX2XU0L
January 07, 2017
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
DJEBONOUA, Cote D'Ivoire
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized the city of Bouake, Ivory Coast, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon
IVORYCOAST-MILITARY/
RTX2XU0K
January 07, 2017
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
DJEBONOUA, Cote D'Ivoire
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized...
Passengers are seen in Djebonoua, near Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized the city of Bouake, Ivory Coast, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon
IVORYCOAST-MILITARY/
RTX2XU0E
January 07, 2017
A man sits on a truck in Djebonoua, outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases...
DJEBONOUA, Cote D'Ivoire
A man sits on a truck in Djebonoua, outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases...
A man sits on a truck in Djebonoua, outside Bouake, as disgruntled soldiers demanding salary increases seized the city of Bouake, Ivory Coast, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon
THAILAND-POLITICS/SUBSIDIES
RTX1UNRI
November 04, 2015
A man works inside a rubber factory at Raman district in the southern province of Yala, Thailand, November...
Yala, Thailand
A man works inside a rubber factory at Raman district in the southern province of Yala
A man works inside a rubber factory at Raman district in the southern province of Yala, Thailand, November 4, 2015. Thailand's junta has approved $1.3 billion in rural subsidies, akin to the populist policies of the government it ousted, to appease disgruntled and politically powerful farmers who are struggling with record low commodity prices and weak exports. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QNCN
September 01, 2015
The casket of television cameraman Adam Ward is brought to a waiting hearse after his funeral at First...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
The casket of television cameraman Adam Ward is brought to a waiting hearse after his funeral at First...
The casket of television cameraman Adam Ward is brought to a waiting hearse after his funeral at First Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QNBH
September 01, 2015
Two groups with opposing views on gay rights, who came for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward,...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Two groups with opposing views on gay rights, who came for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward,...
Two groups with opposing views on gay rights, who came for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward, argue outside First Baptist Church in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN9B
September 01, 2015
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession for television cameraman...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession for television cameraman...
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession for television cameraman Adam Ward approaches, in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN83
September 01, 2015
The hearse carrying television cameraman Adam Ward leaves First Baptist Church for Blue Ridge Memorial...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
The hearse carrying television cameraman Adam Ward leaves First Baptist Church for Blue Ridge Memorial...
The hearse carrying television cameraman Adam Ward leaves First Baptist Church for Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN7V
September 01, 2015
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession approaches for television...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession approaches for television...
People gather outside Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens as the funeral procession approaches for television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN7C
September 01, 2015
A woman mourns outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke,...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
A woman mourns outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke...
A woman mourns outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN6W
September 01, 2015
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN6V
September 01, 2015
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN6U
September 01, 2015
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam...
Friends and family mourn outside First Baptist Church after the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN5V
September 01, 2015
WDBJ 7 employee Amanda Kenney (facing camera) hugs friend Stephanie Ramirez outside First Baptist Church...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
WDBJ 7 employee Kenney hugs a friend outside First Baptist Church before the funeral of television cameraman...
WDBJ 7 employee Amanda Kenney (facing camera) hugs friend Stephanie Ramirez outside First Baptist Church before the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN5S
September 01, 2015
Roanoke residents Josh Olinger, 27, left, and Frank House hold a sign of support as friends and family...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Roanoke residents Olingerand House hold a sign of support as friends and family gather at First Baptist...
Roanoke residents Josh Olinger, 27, left, and Frank House hold a sign of support as friends and family gather at First Baptist Church for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN5R
September 01, 2015
A police officer holds a program as friends and family gather for the funeral of television cameraman...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
A police officer holds a program as friends and family gather for the funeral of television cameraman...
A police officer holds a program as friends and family gather for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN4T
September 01, 2015
Friends and family gather at First Baptist Church for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
Friends and family gather at First Baptist Church for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in...
Friends and family gather at First Baptist Church for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia, September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-SHOOTING/VIRGINIA
RTX1QN4R
September 01, 2015
WDBJ 7 President and General Manager Jeffrey A. Marks (R) leads mourners to First Baptist Church for...
Roanoke, UNITED STATES
WDBJ 7 President and General Manager A. Marks leads mourners to First Baptist Church for the funeral...
WDBJ 7 President and General Manager Jeffrey A. Marks (R) leads mourners to First Baptist Church for the funeral of television cameraman Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia September 1, 2015. Ward and Reporter Alison Parker were slain during a live interview in August 26 by disgruntled former employee Vester Flanagan, who later shot himself and died. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1LCF0
July 22, 2015
A man sits next to his shop next to Monastiraki square in central Athens, Greece July 22, 2015. Greece's...
Athens, Greece
A man sits next to his shop next to Monastiraki square in central Athens
A man sits next to his shop next to Monastiraki square in central Athens, Greece July 22, 2015. Greece's leftist government urged disgruntled lawmakers on Wednesday to back reforms required for talks on a rescue deal to start, as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faced his second major test in parliament in a week. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1LCBP
July 22, 2015
A street vendor sells fruits in Monastiraki square in central Athens, Greece July 22, 2015. Greece's...
Athens, Greece
A street vendor sells fruits in Monastiraki square in central Athens
A street vendor sells fruits in Monastiraki square in central Athens, Greece July 22, 2015. Greece's leftist government urged disgruntled lawmakers on Wednesday to back reforms required for talks on a rescue deal to start, as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faced his second major test in parliament in a week. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0RT
May 21, 2015
Valencia's regional president Alberto Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's...
Valencia, Spain
Valencia's regional president Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's...
Valencia's regional president Alberto Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. The words on the podium read: "Work, Make, Grow". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0RJ
May 21, 2015
Valencia's regional president Alberto Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's...
Valencia, Spain
Valencia's regional president Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's...
Valencia's regional president Alberto Fabra delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0PN
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party at the bull ring...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. The words on the podium read: "Work, Make, Grow". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0PM
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party at the bull ring...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. The words on the podium read: "Work, Make, Grow". REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0P1
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party at the bull ring...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for the People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0I0
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (L) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera during an electoral...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy waves next to Valencia's mayor Barbera during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (L) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0HJ
May 21, 2015
Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera delivers a speech during an electoral meeting of Spain's People's Party...
Valencia, Spain
Valencia's mayor Barbera delivers a speech during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party at...
Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera delivers a speech during an electoral meeting of Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0F2
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting for Spain's People's...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party at the...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0EV
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting of Spain's People's...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting of Spain's People's...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shakes hands as he arrives at an electoral meeting of Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1E0ET
May 21, 2015
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera (R) and and regional...
Valencia, Spain
Spanish PM Rajoy waves next to Valencia's mayor Barbera and and regional president Fabra during an electoral...
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Valencia's mayor Rita Barbera (R) and and regional president Alberto Fabra during an electoral meeting for Spain's People's Party (PP) at the bull ring in Valencia, Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1DYL4
May 21, 2015
Miners protest outside an auditorium where a People's Party (PP) electoral meeting was taking place in...
Leon, Spain
Miners protest outside an auditorium where a People's Party electoral meeting was taking place in Leon,...
Miners protest outside an auditorium where a People's Party (PP) electoral meeting was taking place in Leon, northern Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1DYF6
May 21, 2015
A miner with a shirt reading "SOS, in danger of extinction" shouts in protest as he interrupts an elctoral...
Leon, Spain
A miner stages a protest and interrupts a People's Party electoral meeting in Leon northern Spain
A miner with a shirt reading "SOS, in danger of extinction" shouts in protest as he interrupts an elctoral meeting of the People's Party (PP) before being expelled in Leon, northern Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso
TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTX1DYDZ
May 21, 2015
A miner with a shirt reading "SOS, in danger of extinction" shouts in protest as he interrupts an elctoral...
Leon, Spain
A miner stages a protest and interrupts a People's Party electoral meeting in Leon northern Spain
A miner with a shirt reading "SOS, in danger of extinction" shouts in protest as he interrupts an elctoral meeting of the People's Party (PP) before being expelled in Leon, northern Spain, May 21, 2015. From coalitions to chaos, local elections taking place on Sunday in Spain are set to draw a fragmented and complex political map that could sap the country's stability and hurt Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's bid to win reelection later this year. The polls suggest that leftist Podemos and centrist Ciudadanos, the two parties that have burst into mainstream Spanish politics over the past year, will confirm their popularity with disgruntled voters, but do not have enough momentum to steal the scene entirely from their more established rivals. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

AUSTRALIA-BANKS/CLASSACTION
RTR4DSKA
November 12, 2014
A National Australia Bank (NAB) sign can bes een above an automatic teller machine (ATM) in central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A National Australia Bank (NAB) sign can bes een above an ATM in central Sydney
A National Australia Bank (NAB) sign can bes een above an automatic teller machine (ATM) in central Sydney November 12, 2014. National Australia Bank said on Wednesday it was moving to settle a class action brought against Australia's major banks over fees for late payment, opening the door to millions of dollars in compensation for disgruntled customers. The class action, Australia's largest, was brought in August by law firm Maurice Blackburn against NAB, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, Westpac Banking Corp , Westpac units St George and BankSA, and Citigroup Inc's Citibank over late payment fees that it claims were excessive and unfair. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY LOGO)
AUSTRALIA-BANKS/CLASSACTION
RTR4DSK6
November 12, 2014
A customer uses a National Australia Bank (NAB) automatic teller machine (ATM) in central Sydney November...
Sydney, Australia
A customer uses a National Australia Bank ATM in central Sydney
A customer uses a National Australia Bank (NAB) automatic teller machine (ATM) in central Sydney November 12, 2014. National Australia Bank said on Wednesday it was moving to settle a class action brought against Australia's major banks over fees for late payment, opening the door to millions of dollars in compensation for disgruntled customers. The class action, Australia's largest, was brought in August by law firm Maurice Blackburn against NAB, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, Westpac Banking Corp , Westpac units St George and BankSA, and Citigroup Inc's Citibank over late payment fees that it claims were excessive and unfair. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJO
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (C) alights from a prison vehicle as he...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (C) alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJC
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3VAJ3
June 23, 2014
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives...
Editor of the state run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi alights from a prison vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court where he was expected to apply for bail, June 23, 2014. In charges read in court on Saturday by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3UZUZ
June 21, 2014
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (top) enters a prison vehicle as he leaves...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi leaves the Harare Magistrates court, where he was...
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi (top) enters a prison vehicle as he leaves the Harare Magistrates court, where he was charged with attempted terrorism, insurgency and banditry June 21, 2014. In charges read in court by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. All the charges carry a life sentence upon conviction. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3UZUP
June 21, 2014
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi enters a prison vehicle as he leaves the...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of the Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi leaves the Harare Magistrates court, where he was...
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi enters a prison vehicle as he leaves the Harare Magistrates court, where he was charged with attempted terrorism, insurgency and banditry June 21, 2014. In charges read in court by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. All the charges carry a life sentence upon conviction. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
ZIMBABWE-EDITOR/
RTR3UZUJ
June 21, 2014
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi gets out of a police vehicle as he arrives...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Editor of Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi arrives at the Harare Magistrates court, where he was...
Editor of the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper Edmund Kudzayi gets out of a police vehicle as he arrives at the Harare Magistrates court, where he was charged with attempted terrorism, insurgency and banditry June 21, 2014. In charges read in court by a state prosecutor, Kudzayi was accused of being the mysterious "Baba Jukwa" blogger purporting to be a disgruntled "Deep Throat" in the ZANU-PF party ahead of last year's elections. All the charges carry a life sentence upon conviction. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CRIME LAW MEDIA POLITICS)
EU-ELECTION/AUSTRIA
RTR3QTEM
May 25, 2014
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache (C) and top candidate Harald...
Vienna, Austria
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe Strache and top candidate Vilimsky celebrate after European Parliament...
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache (C) and top candidate Harald Vilimsky (R) celebrate after European Parliament elections in Vienna May 25, 2014. FPOe advanced to a fifth of the vote in an European Union election on Sunday that the center-right People's Party was again set to win, initial projections by ORF television showed. The FPOe had campaigned largely on a message urging disgruntled voters to slap down the pro-Europe coalition of the two mainstream parties that just squeaked back into power in the national election last year. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EU-ELECTION/AUSTRIA
RTR3QT8N
May 25, 2014
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache (L) and top candidate Harald...
Vienna, Austria
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe Strache and top candidate Vilimsky celebrate after European Parliament...
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache (L) and top candidate Harald Vilimsky celebrate after European Parliament elections in Vienna May 25, 2014. FPOe advanced to a fifth of the vote in an European Union election on Sunday that the center-right People's Party was again set to win, initial projections by ORF television showed. The FPOe had campaigned largely on a message urging disgruntled voters to slap down the pro-Europe coalition of the two mainstream parties that just squeaked back into power in the national election last year. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EU-ELECTION/AUSTRIA
RTR3QT8L
May 25, 2014
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache smiles as he arrives for his...
Vienna, Austria
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe Strache smiles as he arrives for his party's celebrations after European...
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPOe) Heinz-Christian Strache smiles as he arrives for his party's celebrations after European Parliament elections in Vienna May 25, 2014. FPOe advanced to a fifth of the vote in an European Union election on Sunday that the center-right People's Party was again set to win, initial projections by ORF television showed. The FPOe had campaigned largely on a message urging disgruntled voters to slap down the pro-Europe coalition of the two mainstream parties that just squeaked back into power in the national election last year. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EU-ELECTION/AUSTRIA
RTR3QT8I
May 25, 2014
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPO) Heinz-Christian Strache (L) and top candidate Harald...
Vienna, Austria
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe Strache and top candidate Vilimsky celebrate after European Parliament...
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPO) Heinz-Christian Strache (L) and top candidate Harald Vilimsky celebrate after European Parliament elections in Vienna May 25, 2014. FPOe advanced to a fifth of the vote in an European Union election on Sunday that the center-right People's Party was again set to win, initial projections by ORF television showed. The FPOe had campaigned largely on a message urging disgruntled voters to slap down the pro-Europe coalition of the two mainstream parties that just squeaked back into power in the national election last year. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9FZ
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest in an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The signs read, "Debt default" (R) and "Public services" (L). REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9FV
April 30, 2014
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30,...
Gijon, Spain
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9FK
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest in an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The signs read, "Debt default" (R) and "Public services" (L). REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9F7
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest in an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The signs read, "Debt default" and "Public services" (R). REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9F6
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest in an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The signs read, "Decent job" and "Basic salary" (R). REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9EJ
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest in an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The banner reads, "Decent job". REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTR3N9DT
April 30, 2014
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate outside...
Gijon, Spain
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest outside an unemployment office in Gijon
Members of the 22M Marches for Dignity organisation protest against the country's unemployment rate outside an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. The banner reads, "Debt default". REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTR3N4QB
April 29, 2014
President and CEO Dawn Farrell of TransAlta listens to a disgruntled shareholder during the company's...
Calgary, Canada
President and CEO Dawn Farrell of TransAlta listens to a disgruntled shareholder during the company's...
President and CEO Dawn Farrell of TransAlta listens to a disgruntled shareholder during the company's annual general meeting in Calgary, Alberta, April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
SOCCER-SPAIN/BARCELONA-ROSELL
RTX17X34
January 27, 2014
Disgruntled FC Barcelona club member Jordi Cases speaks during a news conference in Barcelona January...
Barcelona, Spain
Disgruntled FC Barcelona club member Jordi Cases speaks during a news conference in Barcelona
Disgruntled FC Barcelona club member Jordi Cases speaks during a news conference in Barcelona January 27, 2014. Barcelona president Sandro Rosell resigned on Thursday in the aftermath of a Spanish court's decision to investigate last year's signing of Brazil forward Neymar. Cases, who pursued legal action regarding the signing, has decided to drop the lawsuit, reported local media on Monday. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER CRIME LAW)
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