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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA
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July 08, 2020
A healthcare worker holds a fan to cool his colleague after he felt dizzy during a check up campaign...
Mumbai, India
Healthcare worker holds a fan to cool his colleague after he felt dizzy during a check up campaign for...
A healthcare worker holds a fan to cool his colleague after he felt dizzy during a check up campaign for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at a slum area in Mumbai, India July 8, 2020. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EGYPT-ANIMALS
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May 27, 2020
A veterinarian Corolos Majdi treats Dizzy, a three-months-old female Siberian Husky at the Animalia Veterinary...
Cairo, Egypt
Veterinary clinic encourages people not to abandon their pets, amid concerns about the spread of the...
A veterinarian Corolos Majdi treats Dizzy, a three-months-old female Siberian Husky at the Animalia Veterinary Clinic center, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 21, 2020. Picture taken May 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EGYPT-ANIMALS
RTS396P4
May 27, 2020
A veterinary assistant wearing a protective face mask holds Dizzy, a three-month-old female Siberian...
Cairo, Egypt
Veterinary clinic encourages people not to abandon their pets, amid concerns about the spread of the...
A veterinary assistant wearing a protective face mask holds Dizzy, a three-month-old female Siberian Husky at the Animalia Veterinary Clinic center, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 21, 2020. Picture taken May 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EGYPT-ANIMALS
RTS396P0
May 27, 2020
A veterinary assistant wearing a protective face mask stands next to Dizzy, a three-month-old female...
Cairo, Egypt
Veterinary clinic encourages people not to abandon their pets, amid concerns about the spread of the...
A veterinary assistant wearing a protective face mask stands next to Dizzy, a three-month-old female Siberian Husky, and a sign in Arabic reading: "I do not transmit the coronavirus, do not be afraid of me", at the Animalia Veterinary Clinic center, amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Cairo, Egypt May 21, 2020. Picture taken May 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
U.S. Politics
U.S. Politics
Elizabeth Warren ends presidential bid
45 PICTURES
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
20 PICTURES
AWARDS-JUNO/
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March 17, 2019
Dizzy arrives at the 2019 Juno Awards in London, Ontario, Canada, March 17, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio...
London, Canada
Dizzy arrives at the 2019 Juno Awards in London, Ontario, Canada
Dizzy arrives at the 2019 Juno Awards in London, Ontario, Canada, March 17, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
2017 Award winners
2017 Award winners
Overseas Press Club of America
4 PICTURES
GLOBAL-POY/VENEZUELA
RTX3KIK5
November 30, 2017
Even by the volatile and violent standards of recent times in Venezuela, 2017 was an exceptional year,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Pictures of the Year: Venezuela crisis
Even by the volatile and violent standards of recent times in Venezuela, 2017 was an exceptional year, a "perfect storm" of political and economic crisis. Going into a fourth year of crippling recession, Venezuela's 30 million people found themselves skipping meals, suffering shortages of basic foods and medicines, jostling in lines for ever-scarcer subsidized goods, unable to keep up with dizzying inflation rates, and emigrating in ever larger numbers. In unprecedented scenes for the once-prosperous OPEC nation, some citizens survived only by scavenging through garbage. Not surprisingly in that context, President Nicolas Maduro's ruling Socialists - the inheritors of Hugo Chavez's "21st century revolution" - lost popularity on the street, and the opposition coalition sensed a chance to unseat them. The tipping point came in March when the pro-Maduro Supreme Court essentially took over functions of the opposition-led National Assembly. Though the controversial ruling was later modified, it was a trigger and rallying cry for the opposition, which began a campaign of street protests that ran from April to July. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo SEARCH "POY VENEZUELA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: GLOBAL-POY/VENEZUELA
MUSIC-EMA/
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November 12, 2017
British Hip Hop artist Dizzie Rascal arrives at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards at Wembley Arena in...
London, United Kingdom
British Hip Hop artist Dizzie Rascal arrives at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards at Wembley Arena in...
British Hip Hop artist Dizzie Rascal arrives at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards at Wembley Arena in London, Britain, November 12, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1SN
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1OC
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1M5
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1M3
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1M0
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1KK
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1KJ
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSD1II
March 31, 2016
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Lima, Peru
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell...
Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori leaves the clinic where he was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Janine Costa TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PERU-FUJIMORI/
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March 31, 2016
A policeman leaves clinic La Luz where former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison...
Lima, Peru
Policeman leaves clinic La Luz where former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred, in Lima
A policeman leaves clinic La Luz where former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, Peru, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
PERU-FUJIMORI/
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March 31, 2016
Police and journalists wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was...
Lima, Peru
Police and journalists wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was...
Police and journalists wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
PERU-FUJIMORI/
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March 31, 2016
Police and journalists wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was...
Lima, Peru
Police and journalistS wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was...
Police and journalists wait outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSCX24
March 31, 2016
Dr Ronald Rodriguez gives a medical report to the media outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President...
Lima, Peru
Dr Ronald Rodriguez gives a medical report to the media outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President...
Dr Ronald Rodriguez gives a medical report to the media outside clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
PERU-FUJIMORI/
RTSCX0D
March 31, 2016
Police leaves clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison...
Lima, Peru
Police leaves clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred , in Lima
Police leaves clinic La Luz where Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori was transferred from his prison cell to undergo neurological tests after feeling dizzy and briefly losing the strength in his legs, his doctor said, in Lima, March 30, 2016. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo
MYANMAR-EXCHANGE/
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December 09, 2015
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December...
Yangon, Myanmar
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 9, 2015. There won't be any bell-ringing or celebratory confetti explosions when Myanmar opens its new stock exchange this week. There won't be any stocks to trade either. As Myanmar adjusts to the dizzying pace of its economic reforms and plays catch-up with Asia's high-growth frontier markets, its bid to thrust a once military-run backwater into the global marketplace might be a little premature. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-EXCHANGE/
RTX1XTTP
December 09, 2015
Government officials gather during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon...
Yangon, Myanmar
Government officials gather during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon...
Government officials gather during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 9, 2015. There won't be any bell-ringing or celebratory confetti explosions when Myanmar opens its new stock exchange this week. There won't be any stocks to trade either. As Myanmar adjusts to the dizzying pace of its economic reforms and plays catch-up with Asia's high-growth frontier markets, its bid to thrust a once military-run backwater into the global marketplace might be a little premature. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-EXCHANGE/
RTX1XTTO
December 09, 2015
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December...
Yangon, Myanmar
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon
Government officials clap during the opening ceremony of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 9, 2015. There won't be any bell-ringing or celebratory confetti explosions when Myanmar opens its new stock exchange this week. There won't be any stocks to trade either. As Myanmar adjusts to the dizzying pace of its economic reforms and plays catch-up with Asia's high-growth frontier markets, its bid to thrust a once military-run backwater into the global marketplace might be a little premature. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-EXCHANGE/
RTX1XNSB
December 08, 2015
A boy reads a newspaper in front of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 8, 2015. There...
Yangon, Myanmar
A boy reads a new paper in front of Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon
A boy reads a newspaper in front of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 8, 2015. There won't be any bell-ringing or celebratory confetti explosions when Myanmar opens its new stock exchange this week. There won't be any stocks to trade either. As Myanmar adjusts to the dizzying pace of its economic reforms and plays catch-up with Asia's high-growth frontier markets, its bid to thrust a once military-run backwater into the global marketplace might be a little premature. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-EXCHANGE/
RTX1XNSA
December 08, 2015
A man reads a newspaper in front of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 8, 2015. There...
Yangon, Myanmar
A man reads a newspaper in front of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon
A man reads a newspaper in front of the Yangon Stock Exchange center in Yangon December 8, 2015. There won't be any bell-ringing or celebratory confetti explosions when Myanmar opens its new stock exchange this week. There won't be any stocks to trade either. As Myanmar adjusts to the dizzying pace of its economic reforms and plays catch-up with Asia's high-growth frontier markets, its bid to thrust a once military-run backwater into the global marketplace might be a little premature. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1R9LN
September 05, 2015
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 5, 2015. According to organizers, attendance is expected to exceed 140,000 for the two-day festival which features more than 50 acts. REUTERS/Mark Makela
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1KB51
July 15, 2015
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant...
Caracas, Venezuela
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant...
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant in Caracas July 14, 2015. The bill was 13,126 bolivars, equivalent to 2,067 U.S. dollars at the official exchange rate of 6.3 bolivars per dollar or approximately 20 U.S. dollars according to the black market exchange rate. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on July 9, 2015, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXJP
July 10, 2015
A customer selects bananas as others buy goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas, July 10, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
A customer selects bananas as others buy goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas
A customer selects bananas as others buy goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas, July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday.REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXJN
July 10, 2015
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable...
Caracas, Venezuela
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable...
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas, July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXJK
July 10, 2015
Venezuelan two bolivar banknotes are seen next to some goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuelan two bolivar banknotes are seen next to some goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas...
Venezuelan two bolivar banknotes are seen next to some goods at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas, July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday.
REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXHN
July 10, 2015
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable...
Caracas, Venezuela
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable...
A clerk counts Venezuelan bolivar banknotes after selling goods to a customer at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXHK
July 10, 2015
A clerk grabs a stack of Venezuelan 10 bolivars banknotes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas July...
Caracas, Venezuela
A clerk grabs a stack of Venezuelan 10 bolivars banknotes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas
A clerk grabs a stack of Venezuelan 10 bolivars banknotes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-CURRENCY/
RTX1JXHJ
July 10, 2015
A cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas July 10, 2015. A...
Caracas, Venezuela
A cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas
A cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a fruit and vegetable store in Caracas July 10, 2015. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on Thursday, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Marco Bello
USA-ANIMALS/
RTR4PTPE
February 16, 2015
Enid Fritz from Dallas, Texas runs her Old English Sheepdog Dizzy during competition in the Herding Group...
New York, UNITED STATES
Fritz from Dallas, Texas runs her Old English Sheepdog Dizzy during competition in the Herding Group...
Enid Fritz from Dallas, Texas runs her Old English Sheepdog Dizzy during competition in the Herding Group at the 139th Westminster Kennel Club's Dog Show in the Manhattan borough of New York February 16, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
POPE-PHILIPPINES/
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January 16, 2015
Policemen carry a nun who became dizzy while waiting for Pope Francis outside the Manila Cathedral in...
Manila, Philippines
Policemen carry a nun who became dizzy while waiting for Pope Francis outside the Manila Cathedral in...
Policemen carry a nun who became dizzy while waiting for Pope Francis outside the Manila Cathedral in Manila January 16, 2015. Pope Francis called on the Philippine government on Friday to tackle corruption and hear the cries of the poor suffering from "scandalous social inequalities" in Asia's most Catholic country. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
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October 19, 2014
Head of Radical Party Oleh Lyashko (L) speaks with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko in parliament...
Kiev, Ukraine
Head of Radical Party Oleh Lyashko speaks with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko in parliament in...
Head of Radical Party Oleh Lyashko (L) speaks with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko in parliament in Kiev in this October 14, 2014. He's not averse to taking a dizzying punch to the head if he can score a point. Rights groups accuse him of using armed squads to abduct suspected separatists. His party's programme, somewhat improbably, calls for nuclear rearmament of Ukraine. But no matter how outrageous his antics and programme seem, firebrand politician Oleh Lyashko strikes a chord among many in a population pushed to extremes by war. Polls suggest he will be a political wild card whose support President Petro Poroshenko may reluctantly have to seek after next Sunday's election. Picture taken October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
THAILAND-POLITICS/
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September 29, 2014
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's...
Nakorn Nayok, Thailand
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's...
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha retirement as commander in chief of the Royal Thai Army at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy in Nakornnayok September 29, 2014. Thailand's army chief prime minister, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, hands over command of the army this week to a trusted ally and steps into civilian politics as head of a government likely to soon face pressure to turn around a sputtering economy. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
Culture
Culture
Drama in the Desert - 20 June 2014
15 PICTURES
USA-JAZZ/NEWORLEANS
RTR3MR09
April 26, 2014
Crawfish bisque from Lil' Dizzy's is seen during the first day of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Crawfish bisque from Lil' Dizzy's is seen during the first day of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival...
Crawfish bisque from Lil' Dizzy's is seen during the first day of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana April 25, 2014. Thumping beats flowed over a sea of flowered shirts and sun hats that filled the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival over the weekend with tens of thousands roaming from stage to stage, as excited about the music as the food. Picture taken on April 25, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT FOOD SOCIETY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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March 07, 2014
A Palestinian boy takes part in a protest against the blockade on Gaza, at the border between Egypt and...
Rafah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian boy takes part in a protest against the blockade on Gaza at the border between Egypt and...
A Palestinian boy takes part in a protest against the blockade on Gaza, at the border between Egypt and Gaza Strip March 7, 2014. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents. The sign reads "How long will the international and Arab silence on Gaza blockade continue". REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
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February 21, 2014
Palestinians play soccer inside a factory producing concrete blocks, where work was stopped, in the southern...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians play soccer inside a factory in the southern Gaza Strip
Palestinians play soccer inside a factory producing concrete blocks, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip February 20, 2014. Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents. Picture taken February 20, 2014. To match story PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
RTX1981F
February 21, 2014
Palestinian women walk past a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian women walk past a building under construction in the southern Gaza Strip
Palestinian women walk past a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip February 16, 2014. Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents .Picture taken February 16, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
RTX1981E
February 21, 2014
Tunnel workers sit outside a smuggling tunnel on the border between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Tunnel workers sit outside a smuggling tunnel on the border between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip...
Tunnel workers sit outside a smuggling tunnel on the border between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip February 17, 2014. Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents. Picture taken February 17, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
RTX1981D
February 21, 2014
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction in the southern Gaza Strip
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip February 17, 2014.Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents .Picture taken February 17, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
RTX1981C
February 21, 2014
Palestinians inspect a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians inspect a building under construction in the southern Gaza Strip
Palestinians inspect a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip February 19, 2014. Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BLOCKADE
RTX1981B
February 21, 2014
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza...
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction in the southern Gaza Strip
A Palestinian man inspects a building under construction, where work was stopped, in the southern Gaza Strip February 19, 2014. Voices of construction workers and the noise from their tools used to ring out in Gaza's streets. Now hulks of unfinished buildings stand in eerie silence, and the idle builders are left to worry how to make ends meet. An Egyptian-Israeli blockade on Gaza, run by the Hamas Islamist movement, has left industry and construction gasping for resources, pushing unemployment to dizzying heights and deepening suffering for impoverished residents. Picture taken February 19, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTX141P9
September 27, 2013
Angels Creative Manager Jeremy Angel, who is a sixth generation member of the family business, poses...
London, United Kingdom
Angels Creative Manager Angel, who is a sixth generation member of the family business, poses in the...
Angels Creative Manager Jeremy Angel, who is a sixth generation member of the family business, poses in the men's making department at Angels in London May 1, 2012. As the world's largest supplier of outfits to cinema, stage and television, Angels is home to more than eight miles of clothing rails -- a vast and dizzying maze in which it is simultaneously possible to lose yourself and stumble upon a piece of movie history. Picture taken May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT FASHION)
FRANCE/
RTX11Q7L
July 18, 2013
An aerial view shows the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 14, 2013. It's not for the short of breath...
Paris, France
An aerial view shows the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
An aerial view shows the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 14, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: CITYSCAPE TRAVEL SOCIETY)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DQE
July 05, 2013
Tour guide David points a gargoyle as he gives explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques...
Paris, France
Tour guide David points a gargoyle as he gives explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques...
Tour guide David points a gargoyle as he gives explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DQB
July 05, 2013
Graffiti in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short...
Paris, France
Graffiti in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
Graffiti in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DQ9
July 05, 2013
A visitor walks in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for...
Paris, France
A visitor walks in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
A visitor walks in the spiral staircase of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DQ6
July 05, 2013
Tour guide David (R) gives explanations to visitors as they look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped...
Paris, France
Visitors look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
Tour guide David (R) gives explanations to visitors as they look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DQ2
July 05, 2013
Visitors look inside the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or...
Paris, France
Visitors look inside the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
Visitors look inside the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DPY
July 05, 2013
General view of Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5,...
Paris, France
Paris skyline is seen from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
General view of Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DPW
July 05, 2013
Tour guides David (L) and Cesar show gargoyles as they give explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques...
Paris, France
Tour guides David and Cesar show gargoyles as they give explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques...
Tour guides David (L) and Cesar show gargoyles as they give explanations during a visit of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DPV
July 05, 2013
Visitors look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July...
Paris, France
Visitors look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
Visitors look at the Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-TOWER/
RTX11DPU
July 05, 2013
Interior view of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those...
Paris, France
Interior view of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris
Interior view of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris July 5, 2013. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history.Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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