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HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FXB2
April 27, 2020
A client pushes her trolley past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
A client pushes her trolley past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FX0J
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. Picture taken with a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FX0I
April 27, 2020
Clients push their trolleys past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
Clients push their trolleys past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZF
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZE
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZB
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
USA-LGBT/STONEWALL-EDUCATION
RTS2IQEU
June 19, 2019
Robby, a drag queen, 25, helps Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearse for his upcoming...
Austin, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Nine-year-old helps teach educators about queer youth
Robby, a drag queen, 25, helps Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearse for his upcoming inaugural drag performance at the home Robby shares with his husband Alex near Austin, Texas, U.S., October 26, 2018. Under the mentorship of the drag queens, Keegan's drag life has blossomed. "I think that we're trying to sort of redefine success and also telling this eight-year-old that if you are yourself and you continue to be yourself and you grow up and you do good and that that's successful and I think that he's getting that mentality from us. But also from a personal perspective, I know that I am getting a sense of community as well, a feeling we're providing something that is going to positively affect this young kid," said Alex. "As gay people, we kind of have the ability to choose our family and I think what I am getting out of this, is family." Robby said: "At the end of the day, that's really what all of this is about, right? (It) is just creating positive change for a kid who maybe didn't know that there was an option to do so." REUTERS/Amanda Voisard SEARCH "GENDER CREATIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
NIGERIA-ELECTION/PREVIEW
RTX6MKD5
February 13, 2019
Charles Nwuzo, 19, poses for a picture outside a store in Abuja, Nigeria February 13, 2019. When asked...
Abuja, Nigeria
Charles Nwuzo, 19, poses for a picture outside a store in Abuja, Nigeria
Charles Nwuzo, 19, poses for a picture outside a store in Abuja, Nigeria February 13, 2019. When asked about his expectations from the election, he said: "I hope that there is no violence during the election. Vote the candidate of your choice, avoid selling your vote. It's important to vote because if you boycott the election you are not doing yourself any good. I start with the youth, we want to go to school. This is the task before our new leader." REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKOA
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, crawls with an ammunition box during his 16-day basic...
Siedlce, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, crawls with an ammunition box during his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, near a shooting range near Siedlce, Poland, December 8, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKO1
October 18, 2018
Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, and other recruits check in at a barrack on their first day of...
Siedlce, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, and other recruits check in at a barrack on their first day of 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, at a military unit in Siedlce, Poland, December 1, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKNT
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, takes part in morning exercises during his 16-day basic...
Siedlce, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, takes part in morning exercises during his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, at a military unit in Siedlce, Poland, December 8, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKNK
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, looks on during a swearing-in ceremony after his 16-day...
BIALYSTOK, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, looks on during a swearing-in ceremony after his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, in Bialystok, Poland, December 16, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKMZ
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, says goodbye to his wife a day before his 16-day basic...
Warsaw, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, says goodbye to his wife a day before his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, in Warsaw, Poland, November 30, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POLAND-NATIONALISM/MILITIA
RTX6FKMT
October 18, 2018
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, works with his boss on a project before his 16-day basic...
Warsaw, Poland
The Wider Image: In training with Poland's volunteer militia
Recruit Damian Krasnodebski, 27, an architect, works with his boss on a project before his 16-day basic training for Poland's Territorial Defence Forces, in Warsaw, Poland, November 30, 2017. Faith in ideals and willingness to serve his country made Krasnodebski want to join the territorial army. "It is so important that you believe in some ideals to do something for your country," he said. "NATO is an old alliance. Hopefully, they will never have to show how it works in practice. I think you have to rely on yourself, on your own strength." REUTERS/Kacper Pempel SEARCH "POLAND MILITARY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/RUSSIA-GOALPOSTS
RTX66SQE
May 30, 2018
Self-made goalposts stand on a soccer pitch in Verkhnyaya Biryusa village, located in the Taiga area...
Verkhniaya Biryusa, Russia
The Wider Image: Away from the World Cup, the secret lives of goalposts
Self-made goalposts stand on a soccer pitch in Verkhnyaya Biryusa village, located in the Taiga area near the Russian Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin SEARCH "RUSSIA GOAL POSTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MRBRICOLAGE-STRATEGY/
RTX2U2QY
November 17, 2016
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles...
Paris, France
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
MRBRICOLAGE-STRATEGY/
RTX2U2QW
November 17, 2016
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles...
Paris, France
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
MRBRICOLAGE-STRATEGY/
RTX2U2QV
November 17, 2016
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles...
Paris, France
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris
View of a Mr Bricolage do-it-yourself and decoration store in Paris, France, November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
BELGIUM-BUSINESS/
RTSCZQD
March 31, 2016
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels, Belgium, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Francois...
Brussels, Belgium
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels, Belgium, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-BUSINESS/
RTSCZQC
March 31, 2016
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels, Belgium, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Francois...
Brussels, Belgium
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels
The logo of Brico do-it-yourself chain is pictured in central Brussels, Belgium, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
HOME RETAIL GRP-M&A/SAINSBURY
RTX2144W
January 05, 2016
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London,...
London, United Kingdom
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London...
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London, Britain October 23, 2015. Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket, made a cash and shares bid approach to Home Retail in November which was rejected by the owner of Argos and the Homebase do-it-yourself chain, it said on Tuesday. Sainsbury's, which has shown greater resilience to the price-war hammering the wider grocery sector, said it was considering its position. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
HOME RETAIL GRP-M&A/SAINSBURY
RTX2144O
January 05, 2016
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London,...
London, United Kingdom
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London...
Sainsbury's Chief Executive Mike Coupe talks to an employee at a Sainsbury's store in northwest London, Britain October 23, 2015. Sainsbury's, Britain's second biggest supermarket, made a cash and shares bid approach to Home Retail in November which was rejected by the owner of Argos and the Homebase do-it-yourself chain, it said on Tuesday. Sainsbury's, which has shown greater resilience to the price-war hammering the wider grocery sector, said it was considering its position. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
STORY-YEAR ENDER/2015
RTX1XWNC
December 09, 2015
Ghazal, 4, (L) and Judy, 7, carrying 8-month-old Suhair, run away after the shelling of a Red Crescent...
Damascus, Syria
Yearend 2015: A Picture and Its Story
Ghazal, 4, (L) and Judy, 7, carrying 8-month-old Suhair, run away after the shelling of a Red Crescent convoy in Damascus, Syria May 6, 2015. Bassam Khabieh: I was covering the Syrian Arab Red Crescent convoy's visit to the the Douma neighborhood of Damascus, which was carrying medical aid and supplies used to give psychological support to children affected by war. Every time the aid convoy arrived, children would gather around it, happy that they were going to be supplied with food and medicine. Before the shell landed on the convoy I was sitting on the pavement relaxing; the children gathered around me so I could photograph them. While I was taking these photos, the shell exploded. It killed a female volunteer and wounded many people and volunteers nearby. The children were terrified and began to scream and cry, especially when they saw a female volunteer covered with blood from a head injury. The challenge to portray this image was just like the challenges we face daily in time of war. I knew that there might be another shell falling within a matter of seconds; then one did exactly that a little further away. Do you want to protect yourself, like everyone else, by walking into a shop or home? Help carry the injured or be satisfied to take photos while others transfer them to ambulances? Do you want to calm screaming children? Or do you just want to cry because of what’s happened? All these questions need answers in a matter of seconds before you can capture such an image. In this particular photograph, it was the first time I had seen how children's innocent laughter could turn into screams, fear and tears. It was a very sad moment when I put my eye to the viewfinder to take pictures of laughing children; then when I looked back after taking the picture, I saw the same children crying, distraught. It takes only a few seconds for life to turn to ashes and blood. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "STORY-YEAR" FOR ALL 14 PICTURES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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A Picture and Its Story
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ROMANIA-TENIIS/HALEP
RTR3ZT75
July 23, 2014
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian tennis player Halep attends news conference in Bucharest
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked Halep signed a partnership contract with Romanian do-it-yourself retailer Dedeman. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-TENNIS/HALEP
RTR3ZT71
July 23, 2014
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked Halep signed a partnership contract with Romanian do-it-yourself retailer Dedeman. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS BUSINESS)
ROMANIA-TENNIS/HALEP
RTR3ZT6F
July 23, 2014
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian tennis player Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest
Romanian tennis player Simona Halep attends a news conference in Bucharest July 23, 2014. WTA 3rd ranked Halep signed a partnership contract with Romanian do-it-yourself retailer Dedeman. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS BUSINESS)
AUTOZONE-RESULTS/
RTX16D0I
December 10, 2013
The entrance to an AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone...
TEMPLE CITY, UNITED STATES
The entrance to AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City
The entrance to an AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it focuses on its fast-growing business that sells to auto repair chains to offset weakness in its main do-it-yourself market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
AUTOZONE-RESULTS/
RTX16D0F
December 10, 2013
The entrance to an AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone...
TEMPLE CITY, UNITED STATES
The entrance to an AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City
The entrance to an AutoZone store is pictured in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it focuses on its fast-growing business that sells to auto repair chains to offset weakness in its main do-it-yourself market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
AUTOZONE-RESULTS/
RTX16D0C
December 10, 2013
Products are pictured at an AutoZone store in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone Inc,...
TEMPLE CITY, UNITED STATES
Products are pictured at an AutoZone store in Temple City
Products are pictured at an AutoZone store in Temple City, California December 10, 2013. AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it focuses on its fast-growing business that sells to auto repair chains to offset weakness in its main do-it-yourself market. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTX13R6R
September 19, 2013
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in, Massachusetts on October 13, 2012. Lisa...
UNITED STATES
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in Massachusetts
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in, Massachusetts on October 13, 2012. Lisa says she became pregnant and had two abortions when she was in her 30's. “We've been conditioned that there's a certain kind of woman that has an abortion. You know, that it's poor women who have abortions, who just don't want to control their reproductive rights and that those women who have abortions - it's not the more common thing where it's women who do control their reproductive rights. But, things happen. Nothing is 100%. And when nothing is 100% you will have an unplanned pregnancy. I've been in there with married couples, who had too many children and were deciding to terminate because they had four kids or something. And they thought the fifth was too many. It's not what you think it is... We're conditioned that it's bad and we're conditioned that if - how could you let yourself be so stupid to get in that position. What is wrong with you? And, how could you do that?... There was another person there who shares 50% of it and somehow they walk away scott-free... I will always regret not having children... I think when I was pregnant that was probably the right time to have kids. Because children bring a certain clarity to your life. There's a sense of humor and there’s a wisdom to kids that most adults lack... I regret the choices that I made with regard to the men I was with… that’s time that I can't get back. But, I do not regret the decision to terminate those pregnancies. That was the right decision for each one of those pregnancies that was tied to each one of those men,” Lisa said. Picture taken October 13, 2012. REUTERS/Allison Joyce (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY PROFILE)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JVF
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker...
Berlin, Germany
Clouds are pictured above German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin
Clouds are pictured above the German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JVD
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker...
Berlin, Germany
Clouds are pictured above German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin
Clouds are pictured above the German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JVC
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11,...
Berlin, Germany
Clouds are pictured above entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JVB
July 11, 2013
A man enters a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main...
Berlin, Germany
Man enters German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin
A man enters a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JVA
July 11, 2013
A sign announces closing down sale at the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Sgn announces closing down sale at the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin...
A sign announces closing down sale at the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JV9
July 11, 2013
An escalator sign is pictured at the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July...
Berlin, Germany
Escalator sign is pictured at entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin
An escalator sign is pictured at the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Berlin July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JSP
July 11, 2013
On sale advertisements are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
Munich, Germany
On sale advertisements are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
On sale advertisements are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JSO
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11,...
Munich, Germany
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JSN
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11,...
Munich, Germany
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JSM
July 11, 2013
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
Munich, Germany
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JSL
July 11, 2013
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
Munich, Germany
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich...
On sale advertisments are seen at the entrance of a German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Munich July 11, 2013. Praktiker said its main home improvement store business in Germany has filed for insolvency on Thursday. The company said that the directors of the businesses that operate Praktiker and extra-BAU+HOBBY stores in Germany asked a Hamburg court to open insolvency proceedings on grounds of over-indebtedness. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JNQ
July 11, 2013
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor near...
KOLBERMOOR, Germany
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor
Clouds are pictured above the entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor near Rosenheim July 11, 2013. Praktiker said on July 10, 2013 its management board was no longer sticking to the assumption that the group could continue its businesses after financing talks with creditors ended without agreement. Praktiker said it lacked liquidity and was heavily in debt, which it said were grounds for insolvency under German law. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-PRAKTIKER/
RTX11JNP
July 11, 2013
The entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor near Rosenheim July 11, 2013....
KOLBERMOOR, Germany
The entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor
The entrance of German do-it-yourself retailer Praktiker in Kolbermoor near Rosenheim July 11, 2013. Praktiker said on July 10, 2013 its management board was no longer sticking to the assumption that the group could continue its businesses after financing talks with creditors ended without agreement. Praktiker said it lacked liquidity and was heavily in debt, which it said were grounds for insolvency under German law. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
FRANCE/
RTX10TR1
June 19, 2013
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, pastes posters of herself...
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters of herself and others unemployed people in the streets of Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers. The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TQY
June 19, 2013
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, pastes posters of herself...
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters of herself and others unemployed people in the streets of Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers. The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TQT
June 19, 2013
Laetitia (R), a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks with a printer a...
Laetitia (R), a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself with a printer company in Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is a citizen independent group that helps job seekers. The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TQN
June 19, 2013
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, poses in front of posters...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, poses in front of posters...
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, poses in front of posters of herself and other unemployed people in the streets of Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers. The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TQE
June 19, 2013
Laetitia (R), a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks with a printer a...
Laetitia (R), a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself with a printer in Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille on July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers. The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TQ1
June 19, 2013
Members of CVStreet group, paste a poster describing their action in the streets of Marseille, July 19,...
Marseille, France
Members of CVStreet group, paste a poster describing their action in the streets of Marseille
Members of CVStreet group, paste a poster describing their action in the streets of Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers.The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed by posting their portraits in the street.Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TPU
June 19, 2013
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, sticks posters of herself...
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, uses a brush to paste posters of herself and others unemployed people in the streets of Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille on July 1, 2012, CVStreet is a independent citizen's group that helps job seekers.The main idea is to break the anonymity for jobseekers by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX10TPP
June 19, 2013
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself...
Marseille, France
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself...
Laetitia, a 30-year-old unemployed Frenchwoman and member of CVStreet group, checks a poster of herself in a printing company in Marseille, July 19, 2013. Launched in Marseille July 1, 2012, CVStreet is an independent citizen's group that helps job seekers.The main idea is to break the anonymity for the unemployed people by posting their portraits in the street. Inspired by the Do It Yourself movement, CVStreet is defined as a "transmedia project" involving street art, visual and digital arts, music and happenings. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
EUROPE-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTX103SC
May 28, 2013
Emma Rose of Britain (L) and Nils Westerlund of Sweden work in the office of the HowDo, a "how-to-do-it-yourself"...
Berlin, Germany
Rose of Britain and Westerlund of Sweden work in the office of the HowDo start-up at the Wostel co-working...
Emma Rose of Britain (L) and Nils Westerlund of Sweden work in the office of the HowDo, a "how-to-do-it-yourself" app, start-up at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin March 18, 2013. Europe must urgently tackle youth unemployment, the French, German and Italian governments said May 28, 2013, urging action to rescue an entire generation who fear they will not find jobs. Some 7.5 million Europeans aged 15-24 are neither in employment nor in education or training, according to EU data. Youth unemployment in the EU stood at 23.6 percent in January, more than twice as high as the adult rate. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
EUROPE-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTX103SB
May 28, 2013
Sofia Braendstroem of Sweden looks at a wall of to-do notes in the office of the HowDo,a "how-to-do-it-yourself"...
Berlin, Germany
Braendstroem of Sweden looks at wall of to-do notes in office of HowDo start-up at the Wostel co-working...
Sofia Braendstroem of Sweden looks at a wall of to-do notes in the office of the HowDo,a "how-to-do-it-yourself" app, start-up at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin March 18, 2013. Europe must urgently tackle youth unemployment, the French, German and Italian governments said May 28, 2013, urging action to rescue an entire generation who fear they will not find jobs. Some 7.5 million Europeans aged 15-24 are neither in employment nor in education or training, according to EU data. Youth unemployment in the EU stood at 23.6 percent in January, more than twice as high as the adult rate. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
EUROPE-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTX103SA
May 28, 2013
Alessandro Contini of Italy works in the office of the HowDo, a "how-to-do-it-yourself" app,start-up...
Berlin, Germany
Contini of Italy works in the office of the HowDo start-up at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin
Alessandro Contini of Italy works in the office of the HowDo, a "how-to-do-it-yourself" app,start-up company at the Wostel co-working space in Berlin March 18, 2013. Europe must urgently tackle youth unemployment, the French, German and Italian governments said May 28, 2013, urging action to rescue an entire generation who fear they will not find jobs.
Some 7.5 million Europeans aged 15-24 are neither in employment nor in education or training, according to EU data. Youth unemployment in the EU stood at 23.6 percent in January, more than twice as high as the adult rate. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-SATELLITE/
RTR35BP7
July 26, 2012
Song Ho-Jun shows his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10, 2012....
Seoul, South Korea
Song Ho-Jun shows his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul
Song Ho-Jun shows his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10, 2012. Song, a 34-year old media artist with a background in engineering, says he wanted to show people that "anything could be made by ordinary people with the help of internet and social platforms". There's a long history of do-it-yourself satellites being launched by universities and scientific groups around the world, as well as amateur radio clubs, but Song said his cubical OpenSat is the first truly personal satellite designed and financed by an individual. The South Korean artist is to put the $500 satellite built in the basement of his house in Seoul, into orbit. Picture taken July 10, 2012. To match story KOREA-SATELLITE/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-SATELLITE/
RTR35BP3
July 26, 2012
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10,...
Seoul, South Korea
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10, 2012. Song, a 34-year old media artist with a background in engineering, says he wanted to show people that "anything could be made by ordinary people with the help of internet and social platforms". There's a long history of do-it-yourself satellites being launched by universities and scientific groups around the world, as well as amateur radio clubs, but Song said his cubical OpenSat is the first truly personal satellite designed and financed by an individual. The South Korean artist is to put the $500 satellite built in the basement of his house in Seoul, into orbit. Picture taken July 10, 2012. To match story KOREA-SATELLITE/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-SATELLITE/
RTR35BP2
July 26, 2012
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10,...
Seoul, South Korea
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul
Song Ho-Jun poses with his satellite during an interview with Reuters at his house in Seoul July 10, 2012. Song, a 34-year old media artist with a background in engineering, says he wanted to show people that "anything could be made by ordinary people with the help of internet and social platforms". There's a long history of do-it-yourself satellites being launched by universities and scientific groups around the world, as well as amateur radio clubs, but Song said his cubical OpenSat is the first truly personal satellite designed and financed by an individual. The South Korean artist is to put the $500 satellite built in the basement of his house in Seoul, into orbit. Picture taken July 10, 2012. To match story KOREA-SATELLITE/ REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
CUBA/
RTR2NPH6
June 15, 2011
A man drives his taxi, a do-it-yourself stretch job performed on an old Soviet-era Russian Lada, in Havana...
Havana, Cuba
A man drives his taxi, a do-it-yourself stretch job performed on an old Soviet-era Russian Lada, in Havana...
A man drives his taxi, a do-it-yourself stretch job performed on an old Soviet-era Russian Lada, in Havana June 15, 2011. From horse-drawn carts to 1950s Chevrolets, overcrowded sidecars to motorized bicycles, old military vans to a pair of Lada cars melded into one, anything goes on the roads of Cuba, a virtual living transport museum. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
SUICIDE-KITS-RAID/
RTR2MY9F
May 26, 2011
Sharlotte Hydorn, 91, is interviewed by local media outlets at her home in El Cajon, California May 26,...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Sharlotte Hydorn is interviewed by local media outlets at her home in El Cajon
Sharlotte Hydorn, 91, is interviewed by local media outlets at her home in El Cajon, California May 26, 2011. Federal agents raided the home of the great-grandmother who sells do-it-yourself asphyxiation kits for $60 apiece by mail order, seizing cartons of documents, computers and sewing machines, Hydorn said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marty Graham (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT HEALTH SOCIETY)
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