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INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
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April 12, 2018
The Lifeline Express, a seven-coach train converted into a rolling hospital has crisscrossed India for...
JALORE, India
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages
The Lifeline Express, a seven-coach train converted into a rolling hospital has crisscrossed India for 27 years to treat people living in areas with scarce healthcare. Lifeline Express has treated about 1.2 million people since its launch in 1991 by the non-profit Impact India Foundation, said chief operating officer and doctor Rajnish Gourh. In a country that spends just one percent of its gross domestic product on healthcare, among the world's lowest, the hospital on wheels fills a critical gap. Decorated with mahogany flower garlands, the sky-blue train parked at the sleepy station in Jalore could be mistaken for a new passenger train. Its medical facilities would rival many Indian public hospitals. It employs 20 permanent paramedic staff, with most doctors volunteering from nearby medical colleges or hospitals. Typically, it spends a month in a district, performing surgery ranging from cataracts and cancer to cleft palates and orthopaedics. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
GREECE-TEETH/
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November 05, 2015
Children's drawings are posted on the wall of the dentist's office at the Doctors of the World polyclinic...
Athens, Greece
Children's drawings are posted on the wall of the dentist's office at the Doctors of the World polyclinic...
Children's drawings are posted on the wall of the dentist's office at the Doctors of the World polyclinic in central Athens, Greece, October 27, 2015. Picture taken October 27, 2015. To match Special Report GREECE-TEETH/ REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
VENEZUELA/
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November 15, 2013
Patient Evelin De Aguilar, 30, smiles in her doctor's office while recovering from surgery to remove...
Caracas, Venezuela
Patient Aguilar smiles in her doctor's office while recovering from surgery, in Caracas
Patient Evelin De Aguilar, 30, smiles in her doctor's office while recovering from surgery to remove liquid silicone she had paid to be injected into her buttocks previously for aesthetic reasons, in Caracas, October 31, 2013. Venezuelan plastic surgeon Daniel Slobodianik performs various procedures, including operations on patients who have previously had illegal or amateur injections of liquid silicone into their buttocks in order to enhance them. The reverse operation that Slobodianik carries out costs approximately $8,200 and takes between two and three hours depending on how much fluid the patient has in the area. Plastic surgery is common in Venezuela, where many women from all walks of life undergo procedures to nip, tuck or boost different parts of their bodies. Picture taken October 31, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 27 OF 30 FOR PACKAGE 'REVERSING AMATEUR PLASTIC SURGERY'. TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'SILICONE RAWLINS'
FLU/AUSTRALIA
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April 27, 2009
Doctor Kerry Chant, the chief health officer for Australia's New South Wales state, talks to journalists...
Sydney, Australia
Doctor Chant, the chief health officer for Australia's New South Wales state, talks to journalists at...
Doctor Kerry Chant, the chief health officer for Australia's New South Wales state, talks to journalists at a news conference in Sydney about swine flu April 27, 2009. Australian authorities said they are monitoring five people with suspected cases of swine flu. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA HEALTH HEADSHOT)
MIDEAST
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January 08, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem...
Jerusalem
File photo of Israeli PM Sharon at his Jerusalem office
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem office in this December 27, 2005 file photo. Doctors treating Sharon decided on January 8, 2006 to carry out another brain scan before determining when to begin rousing him from a medically induced coma and assess damage caused by a stroke. Surgeons at Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital, where 77-year-old Sharon has been under sedation and on a respirator since Wednesday's stroke, said there is a good chance he will survive though it is unclear how much his faculties have been impaired. REUTERS/Kevin Frayer/Pool
MIDEAST
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January 08, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem...
Jerusalem
File photo of Israeli PM Sharon at his Jerusalem office
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem office in this December 27, 2005 file photo. Doctors treating Sharon decided on January 8, 2006 to carry out another brain scan before determining when to begin rousing him from a medically induced coma and assess damage caused by a stroke. Surgeons at Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital, where 77-year-old Sharon has been under sedation and on a respirator since Wednesday's stroke, said there is a good chance he will survive though it is unclear how much his faculties have been impaired. REUTERS/Kevin Frayer/Pool
MIDEAST
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January 08, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem...
Jerusalem
File photo of Israeli PM Sharon at his Jerusalem office
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon takes part in the lighting ceremony of a Hanukkah candle at his Jerusalem office in this December 27, 2005 file photo. Doctors treating Sharon decided on January 8, 2006 to carry out another brain scan before determining when to begin rousing him from a medically induced coma and assess damage caused by a stroke. Surgeons at Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital, where 77-year-old Sharon has been under sedation and on a respirator since Wednesday's stroke, said there is a good chance he will survive though it is unclear how much his faculties have been impaired. REUTERS/Kevin Frayer/Pool
ALGERIA
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March 27, 2005
Chief administrative officer of Algiers's University Tahar Hadjar (R) helps the Libyan leader Muammar...
Algiers, Algeria
Chief administrative officer of Algiers's University Tahar Hadjar (R) helps the Libyan leader Muamma.....
Chief administrative officer of Algiers's University Tahar Hadjar (R) helps the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to put a cape on as a symbol of the Doctorate Honoris Causa the University of Algiers has awarded him at the Nations Palace in Algiers, March 27,2005.
ALGERIA
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March 27, 2005
Chief administrative officer of an Algiers's University Hadjar helps Libyan leader Gaddafi to put a cape...
Algiers, Algeria
Chief administrative officer of an Algiers's University Hadjar helps Libyan leader Gaddafi to put a ......
Chief administrative officer of an Algiers's University Hadjar helps Libyan leader Gaddafi to put a cape on as a symbol of the Doctorate Honoris Causa the University of Algiers has awarded him. Chief administrative officer of Algiers's University Tahar Hadjar (R) helps the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to put a cape on as a symbol of the Doctorate Honoris Causa the University of Algiers has awarded him at the Nations Palace in Algiers, March 27,2005. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
BRITAIN BLAIR
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November 27, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) leaves Downing Street with
Welsh Secretary Peter Hain (L) in...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) leaves Downing Street with
Welsh Secretary Peter Hain (L) in London, November 27, 2003. Two
doctors were rushed to Tony Blair's Downing Street office after he
complained of stomach pains, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee
Besford

ASA/WS
BRITAIN BLAIR
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November 27, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors were rushed to Tony Blair's Downing
Street office after he complained of stomach pains, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/David Bebber

ASA/THI
BRITAIN BLAIR
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November 27, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors were rushed to Tony Blair's Downing
Street office after he complained of stomach pains, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA/WS
BRITAIN BLAIR
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November 27, 2003
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR LEAVES DOWNING STREET IN LONDON.
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair leaves Downing Street in London,
November 27, 2003. Two doctors were rushed to Tony Blair's Downing
Street office after he complained of stomach pains, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA/THI
BRITAIN BLAIR
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September 27, 2003
British Prime Minister Tony Blair suffered an irregular heart beat on
October 19, 2003 and was treated...
Bournemouth, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER BLAIR ARRIVES IN BOURNEMOUTH FILE PHOTO.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair suffered an irregular heart beat on
October 19, 2003 and was treated in hospital, his office said. A
Downing Street spokesman said doctors regulated Blair's heart beat at a
London hospital and the procedure was a success. Blair arrives in
Bournemouth ahead of the Labour Party conference in this September 27,
2003 file photo. REUTERS/Stephen Hird

SH
SPORT SOCCER
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April 27, 2000
Bulgarian President Petar Stoyanov (L) welcomes Germany's Bayern Munich President Franz Beckenbauer (R)...
Sofia, Bulgaria
BULGARIAN PRESIDENT STOYANOV AND BAYERN MUNICH PRESIDENT BECKENBAUER.
Bulgarian President Petar Stoyanov (L) welcomes Germany's Bayern Munich President Franz Beckenbauer (R) at his office in Sofia, April 27. Franz Beckenbauer was awarded with the title of Doctor Honoris Causa by the Bulgarian National Sport Academy.

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