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HONGKONG-PROTESTS/NORTHPOINT
RTS2W040
December 23, 2019
Tailors Tsang Siu Man, 78, and his brother Tsang Sik Lang, 63, work in their store underneath the State...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: Young democrats shake up Hong Kong politics
Tailors Tsang Siu Man, 78, and his brother Tsang Sik Lang, 63, work in their store underneath the State Theatre Building that is slated for demolition in the North Point neighbourhood in Hong Kong, China, December 9, 2019. Born and raised in North Point, the Tsang brothers opened their store selling handmade suits in the state theatre building in 1993. "Back in the day, North Point was full of gambling dens and dance halls and at the theatre upstairs, a ticket for the movie cost 50 cents," the older Tsang said. "We barely make enough to cover the rent, even though the rent is cheap, business is slow." he said. "Over time there were more and more people from the mainland and also foreigners. Sometimes they come here to get their suits made," he said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "NORTH POINT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-FOREST/
RTS1XP9G
August 17, 2018
Yuri Baikov, 69, checks on goats at his small farm situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi,...
YUKHOVICHI, Belarus
The Wider Image: No people, no problem for forest dwellers in Belarus
Yuri Baikov, 69, checks on goats at his small farm situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus, February 7, 2018. Yuri and his wife have lived for more than a quarter of a century in a primitive hut in a forest. They used to live in Yukhovichi, nearest village, as farmers, keeping cows and poultry. But dwelling near other people did not suit them. "We cannot leave our animals and birds even for a day - and we don't want to," Yuri said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "BELARUS FARM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-FOREST/
RTS1XP95
August 17, 2018
Yuri Baikov, 69, drinks coffee inside his hut situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus,...
YUKHOVICHI, Belarus
The Wider Image: No people, no problem for forest dwellers in Belarus
Yuri Baikov, 69, drinks coffee inside his hut situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus, February 8, 2018. Yuri and his wife have lived for more than a quarter of a century in a primitive hut in a forest. They used to live in Yukhovichi, nearest village, as farmers, keeping cows and poultry. But dwelling near other people did not suit them. "We cannot leave our animals and birds even for a day - and we don't want to," Yuri said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "BELARUS FARM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-FOREST/
RTS1XP8V
August 17, 2018
Yuri Baikov, 69, cuts a hole to take water from frozen river at his small farm situated in a forest near...
YUKHOVICHI, Belarus
The Wider Image: No people, no problem for forest dwellers in Belarus
Yuri Baikov, 69, cuts a hole to take water from frozen river at his small farm situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus, February 7, 2018. Yuri and his wife have lived for more than a quarter of a century in a primitive hut in a forest. They used to live in Yukhovichi, nearest village, as farmers, keeping cows and poultry. But dwelling near other people did not suit them. "We cannot leave our animals and birds even for a day - and we don't want to," Yuri said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "BELARUS FARM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-FOREST/
RTS1XP8Q
August 17, 2018
Yuri Baikov, 69, walks to feed his domesticated birds near his hut, situated in a forest near the village...
YUKHOVICHI, Belarus
The Wider Image: No people, no problem for forest dwellers in Belarus
Yuri Baikov, 69, walks to feed his domesticated birds near his hut, situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus, June 20, 2018. Yuri and his wife have lived for more than a quarter of a century in a primitive hut in a forest. They used to live in Yukhovichi, nearest village, as farmers, keeping cows and poultry. But dwelling near other people did not suit them. "We cannot leave our animals and birds even for a day - and we don't want to," Yuri said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "BELARUS FARM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-FOREST/
RTS1XP8G
August 17, 2018
Yuri Baikov, 69, cleans a duck at his small farm situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi,...
YUKHOVICHI, Belarus
The Wider Image: No people, no problem for forest dwellers in Belarus
Yuri Baikov, 69, cleans a duck at his small farm situated in a forest near the village of Yukhovichi, Belarus, February 8, 2018. Yuri and his wife have lived for more than a quarter of a century in a primitive hut in a forest. They used to live in Yukhovichi, nearest village, as farmers, keeping cows and poultry. But dwelling near other people did not suit them. "We cannot leave our animals and birds even for a day - and we don't want to," Yuri said. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "BELARUS FARM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-VOLUNTEERPOLICE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4YN11
June 03, 2015
Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol member Henry Miller works at an accident scene during his evening patrol...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: California Seniors Police Patrol
Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol member Henry Miller works at an accident scene during his evening patrol in San Diego, California, United States February 10, 2015. When you think of a police car patrolling the streets of a U.S. city, the first thing that comes to mind may not be an 88-year-old World War II veteran teamed up with a pilot from the Vietnam war – unless you are travelling through San Diego, California. The Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol, former airline pilots, paramedics or military personnel among them, spot stolen vehicles and help free up regular serving officers. In the process the unarmed recruits often get a new lease of life after finding a more sedate retirement didn’t suit them. REUTERS/Mike Blake TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

PICTURE 23 OF 27 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "CALIFORNIA SENIORS POLICE PATROL"

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JAPAN-TSUNAMI/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4SK6P
March 09, 2015
Decontamination workers wearing protective suits and masks, work on big black plastic bags containing...
TOMIOKA TOWN, Japan
Wider Image: Radioactive Fukushima - Four Years On
Decontamination workers wearing protective suits and masks, work on big black plastic bags containing radiated soil, leaves and debris from the decontamination operation in Tomioka town, Fukushima prefecture, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant February 24, 2015. Many residents of Okuma, a village near the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant, are angry about government plans to dump some 30 million tons of radioactive debris raked up after the March 2011 nuclear disaster in a sprawling waste complex on their doorstep. Few believe Tokyo's assurances that the site will be cleaned up and shut down after 30 years. In the four years since the disaster, Japan has allocated over $15 billion to lower radiation levels around the plant. Every day, teams of workers blast roads with water, scrub down houses, cut branches and scrape contaminated soil off farmland. That radiated trash now sits in plastic sacks across the region, piling up in abandoned rice paddies, parking lots and even residents' backyards. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)

PICTURE 13 OF 27 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'RADIOACTIVE FUKUSHIMA - FOUR YEARS ON'

SEARCH 'OKUMA TORU' FOR ALL IMAGES
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4SK6K
March 09, 2015
Decontamination workers wearing protective suits and masks, remove radiated soil and leaves from a forest...
TOMIOKA TOWN, Japan
Wider Image: Radioactive Fukushima - Four Years On
Decontamination workers wearing protective suits and masks, remove radiated soil and leaves from a forest in Tomioka town, Fukushima prefecture, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant February 24, 2015. Many residents of Okuma, a village near the stricken Fukushima Daiichi plant, are angry about government plans to dump some 30 million tons of radioactive debris raked up after the March 2011 nuclear disaster in a sprawling waste complex on their doorstep. Few believe Tokyo's assurances that the site will be cleaned up and shut down after 30 years. In the four years since the disaster, Japan has allocated over $15 billion to lower radiation levels around the plant. Every day, teams of workers blast roads with water, scrub down houses, cut branches and scrape contaminated soil off farmland. That radiated trash now sits in plastic sacks across the region, piling up in abandoned rice paddies, parking lots and even residents' backyards. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

PICTURE 11 OF 27 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'RADIOACTIVE FUKUSHIMA - FOUR YEARS ON'

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NIGERIA-ELECTION/DELTA
RTR4RT72
March 02, 2015
Environmental activist Fedelis Oguru, who filed a suit with the support of Friends of Earth international...
ORUMA, Nigeria
Oguru sits for portrait photograph in his home in Oruma village
Environmental activist Fedelis Oguru, who filed a suit with the support of Friends of Earth international in a court against Shell oil company in Netherlands, sits for portrait photograph in his home in Oruma village, Ogbia district in Nigeria's Bayelsa state, March 1, 2015. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's flagship reform policies -- power and farming -- have not hugely benefited the delta. Power privatisation has yet to translate to more kilowatts on the grid anywhere, while reforms to farming, especially cutting corrupt middle men out of a state fertiliser scheme, has disproportionately benefited the north, where the vast majority of agriculture happens. Even so, the mere fact the president is from the delta is enough for many to feel historic injustices are being righted. Picture taken March 1, 2015. To match Insight NIGERIA-ELECTION/DELTA REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
FILM-GOLDENGLOBES/
RTR4KZ80
January 12, 2015
Actor George Clooney and wife, Amal Clooney, arrive at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills,...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
George and Amal Clooney arrive at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills
Actor George Clooney and wife, Amal Clooney, arrive at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 11, 2015. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)(GOLDENGLOBES-ARRIVALS)
PEOPLE-OSCARDELARENTA/FUNERAL
RTR4CMMK
November 03, 2014
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the...
New York, UNITED STATES
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the...
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the Manhattan borough of New York November 3, 2014. During his lengthy career De la Renta was known for his sophisticated suits with fitted jackets, feminine dresses in pastel colors and flowered prints, and elaborate evening gowns. The Dominican-born designer, who dressed Hollywood stars, American first ladies and wealthy socialites, died at his home in Connecticut surrounded by his family. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
PEOPLE-OSCARDELARENTA/FUNERAL
RTR4CMMI
November 03, 2014
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the...
New York, UNITED STATES
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the...
The St. Ignatius Loyola church is pictured before fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's funeral in the Manhattan borough of New York November 3, 2014. During his lengthy career De la Renta was known for his sophisticated suits with fitted jackets, feminine dresses in pastel colors and flowered prints, and elaborate evening gowns. The Dominican-born designer, who dressed Hollywood stars, American first ladies and wealthy socialites, died at his home in Connecticut surrounded by his family. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY FASHION ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
USA-ECONOMY/VACANCIES
RTR49AUB
October 07, 2014
Daquan Mclean, 23, gets fitted for a suit as part of the "Dress to Impress" area at the Nassau County...
Uniondale, UNITED STATES
Daquan Mclean gets fitted for a suit as part of the "Dress to Impress" area at the Nassau County Mega...
Daquan Mclean, 23, gets fitted for a suit as part of the "Dress to Impress" area at the Nassau County Mega Job Fair at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York October 7, 2014. U.S. job openings rose to their highest level in more than 13 years in August even as hiring fell, the U.S. Department of Labor said. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTR44GAH
September 01, 2014
Girls walk with their cell phones along the beach at twilight during the Labour Day long weekend in Ft...
Ft Myers, UNITED STATES
Girls walk with their cell phones along the beach at twilight during the Labour Day long weekend in Ft...
Girls walk with their cell phones along the beach at twilight during the Labour Day long weekend in Ft Myers Beach, Florida August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-OPERA/BALL
RTR3FSZ5
February 28, 2014
Members of the opening committee enter the dance floor at the Opera Ball in Vienna February 27, 2014....
Vienna, Austria
Members of the opening committee enter the dance floor at the Opera Ball in Vienna
Members of the opening committee enter the dance floor at the Opera Ball in Vienna February 27, 2014. The 18 to 24-year-olds spend weeks rehearsing for a performance that lasts just three or four minutes but has a huge audience at home and abroad. Tickets for the ball start at 250 euros ($340) and a box costs as much as 18,500 euros ($25,000). REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-HELICOPTER/
RTX177L2
January 09, 2014
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash at the scene of a helicopter...
Cley next the Sea, United Kingdom
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash on the coast near the village...
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash at the scene of a helicopter crash on the coast near the village of Cley next the Sea in Norfolk, eastern England January 9, 2014. British police said on Wednesday they would be working with the U.S. Air Force and others to find out why a U.S. military helicopter crashed on the coast of eastern England, killing all four crew on board. The helicopter, a Pave Hawk assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath air base, was performing a low-level training mission along the Norfolk coast when it went down in marshland on Tuesday evening. The helicopter pictured is not the crashed helicopter but a second helicopter, which had been taking part in the same training exercise as the one that crashed. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER)
BRITAIN-HELICOPTER/
RTX177I0
January 09, 2014
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash at the scene of a helicopter...
Cley next the Sea, United Kingdom
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash on the coast near the village...
Men in white suits carry a stretcher at the scene of a helicopter crash at the scene of a helicopter crash on the coast near the village of Cley next the Sea in Norfolk, eastern England January 9, 2014. British police said on Wednesday they would be working with the U.S. Air Force and others to find out why a U.S. military helicopter crashed on the coast of eastern England, killing all four crew on board. The helicopter, a Pave Hawk assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath air base, was performing a low-level training mission along the Norfolk coast when it went down in marshland on Tuesday evening. The helicopter pictured is not the crashed helicopter but a second helicopter, which had been taking part in the same training exercise as the one that crashed. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER)
BRITAIN-HELICOPTER/
RTX177HY
January 09, 2014
Men in white suits prepare to remove a body from behind a green tarpaulin at the scene of a helicopter...
Cley next the Sea, United Kingdom
Men in white suits prepare to remove a body from behind a green tarpaulin at the scene of a helicopter...
Men in white suits prepare to remove a body from behind a green tarpaulin at the scene of a helicopter crash on the coast near the village of Cley next the Sea in Norfolk, eastern England January 9, 2014. British police said on Wednesday they would be working with the U.S. Air Force and others to find out why a U.S. military helicopter crashed on the coast of eastern England, killing all four crew on board. The helicopter, a Pave Hawk assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing based at RAF Lakenheath air base, was performing a low-level training mission along the Norfolk coast when it went down in marshland on Tuesday evening. The helicopter pictured is not the crashed helicopter but a second helicopter, which had been taking part in the same training exercise as the one that crashed. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER)
ISRAEL-BUSINESS/
RTX14TUE
October 30, 2013
The logo of Mellanox Technologies is seen on one of its office buildings in the northern Israeli town...
YOKNEAM, Israel
The logo of Mellanox Technologies is seen on one of its office buildings in Yokneam
The logo of Mellanox Technologies is seen on one of its office buildings in the northern Israeli town of Yokneam October 9, 2013. Over the past decade, Israel has relaxed rules on overseas investments. Previously, Israeli pensions had to invest nearly 100 percent at home; now they can invest without limitation abroad. At the same time, over the past year the government has introduced securities regulations that Israeli companies complain make doing business far harder, including more stringent reporting requirements, pushing even more money out of the country. High-tech entrepreneur Eyal Waldman decided he had had enough of Israeli investors when they told him to choose between his titles of chairman and chief executive at the company he co-founded, Mellanox Technologies. So in August, Waldman delisted the chip designer - Tel Aviv Stock Exchange's sixth-largest company, with a market value at the time of 6 billion shekels ($1.7 billion) - dealing a heavy blow to an ailing bourse that had already seen its chief executive and chairman resign a month earlier. Since Mellanox delisted, a handful of Tel Aviv's largest companies have threatened to follow suit unless Israel becomes more business friendly. Picture taken October 9, 2013. To match Insight ISRAEL-BUSINESS/ REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO POLITICS)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEZ
September 30, 2013
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline...
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEY
September 30, 2013
Daniel Danato (L) and Don Kelley of The Don Kelley Band perform at Robert's Western World in downtown...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Daniel Danato and Don Kelley of The Don Kelley Band perform at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville...
Daniel Danato (L) and Don Kelley of The Don Kelley Band perform at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEX
September 30, 2013
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Nashville, Tennessee...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Nashville
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEW
September 30, 2013
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013.In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEV
September 30, 2013
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline...
Visitors enjoy an evening walk over the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and take in the view of the skyline in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. It's Music City USA, the home of country music, of course. But it's also the Athens of the South, so-called because it is home to Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, Fisk, Lipscomb, Belmont and Trevecca universities, just to name a few. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEU
September 30, 2013
Visitors pose for a photo with Elvis in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18 2013. In Nashville, your...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Visitors pose for a photo with Elvis in downtown Nashville
Visitors pose for a photo with Elvis in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGET
September 30, 2013
The riverboat General Jackson makes its way along the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville, Tennessee...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
The riverboat General Jackson makes its way along the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville
The riverboat General Jackson makes its way along the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGES
September 30, 2013
The Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
The Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville
The Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 18, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGER
September 30, 2013
Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville
Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEQ
September 30, 2013
The famous Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
The famous Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville
The famous Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEP
September 30, 2013
Patrons dine at the Jack's Barbecue restaurant in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons dine at the Jack's Barbecue restaurant in downtown Nashville, Tennessee
Patrons dine at the Jack's Barbecue restaurant in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. It's Music City USA, the home of country music, of course. But it's also the Athens of the South, so-called because it is home to Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, Fisk, Lipscomb, Belmont and Trevecca universities, just to name a few. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEO
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013....
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEN
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame gift shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013....
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame gift shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame gift shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. It's Music City USA, the home of country music, of course. But it's also the Athens of the South, so-called because it is home to Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, Fisk, Lipscomb, Belmont and Trevecca universities, just to name a few. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEM
September 30, 2013
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. It's Music City USA, the home of country music, of course. But it's also the Athens of the South, so-called because it is home to Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, Fisk, Lipscomb, Belmont and Trevecca universities, just to name a few. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEL
September 30, 2013
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville
Patrons listen to The Don Kelley Band at Robert's Western World in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEK
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee
Patrons visit the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. It's Music City USA, the home of country music, of course. But it's also the Athens of the South, so-called because it is home to Vanderbilt, Tennessee State, Fisk, Lipscomb, Belmont and Trevecca universities, just to name a few. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEJ
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013....
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEI
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEH
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEG
September 30, 2013
The Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. Nashville is one of the few cities in the world...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
The Parthenon in Nashville
The Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. Nashville is one of the few cities in the world with a complete, full size replica of the famous Parthenon. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEF
September 30, 2013
Steven Pettry and Kirstie Lovelady enjoy a summer day in Centennial Park at the Parthenon in Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Steven Pettry and Kirstie Lovelady enjoy a summer day in Centennial Park at the Parthenon in Nashville...
Steven Pettry and Kirstie Lovelady enjoy a summer day in Centennial Park at the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEE
September 30, 2013
Barbara Purcell photographs the Athena statue in the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013....
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Barbara Purcell photographs the Athena statue in the Parthenon in Nashville
Barbara Purcell photographs the Athena statue in the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. Nashville is one of the few cities in the world with a complete, full size replica of the famous Parthenon. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. EUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGED
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-TRAVEL/NASHVILLE
RTR3FGEC
September 30, 2013
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville
Patrons visit the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville, Tennessee June 19, 2013. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. In Nashville, your waiters are probably musicians, and even corporate bankers have at least one pair of cowboy boots they wear with their power suits. Picture taken June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Harrison McClary (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
USA-HEALTHCARE
RTR3FGD2
September 30, 2013
A paediatric emergency room suite is shown in the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in...
Miami, UNITED STATES
A paediatric emergency room suite is shown in the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in...
A paediatric emergency room suite is shown in the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida September 30, 2013. If needed, surgery can be performed in the room. The Obama administration accelerated its push to persuade individual Americans to sign up for the most extensive overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system in 50 years, the Affordable Care Act (commonly referred to as “Obamacare”) even as the program's foes in Congress fought to delay its launch with the threat of a federal government shutdown. The Jackson Health System is the largest in Florida and one of the largest in the U.S. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
BRAZIL-POPE/
RTX11SDO
July 19, 2013
Members of the Brazilian Navy, wearing chemical suits, take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Members of the Brazilian Navy take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity to combat...
Members of the Brazilian Navy, wearing chemical suits, take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity to combat attacks and riots, ahead of the World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2013. Pope Francis will travel to Brazil on his first international trip as pontiff in July. The main purpose of the trip is for the pope to preside at the Catholic Church's World Day of Youth. The pope's participation in World Youth Day events starts on the evening of July 25 in Rio's famed Copacabana Beach area and culminates with a huge open-air Mass in the Guaratiba area of the city on July 28. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: RELIGION MILITARY)
BRAZIL-POPE/
RTX11SDN
July 19, 2013
Members of the Brazilian Navy, in chemical suits, take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Members of the Brazilian Navy take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity to combat...
Members of the Brazilian Navy, in chemical suits, take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity to combat attacks and riots, ahead of the World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2013. Pope Francis will travel to Brazil on his first international trip as pontiff in July. The main purpose of the trip is for the pope to preside at the Catholic Church's World Day of Youth. The pope's participation in World Youth Day events starts on the evening of July 25 in Rio's famed Copacabana Beach area and culminates with a huge open-air Mass in the Guaratiba area of the city on July 28. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: RELIGION MILITARY)
BRAZIL-POPE/
RTX11SDI
July 19, 2013
Members of the Brazilian Navy wearing chemical suits take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Members of the Brazilian Navy take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity ahead...
Members of the Brazilian Navy wearing chemical suits take part in an exhibition showcasing their operational capacity to combat attacks and riots, ahead of World Youth Day, in Rio de Janeiro July 19, 2013. Pope Francis will travel to Brazil on his first international trip as pontiff in July, with the main purpose of presiding over the Catholic Church's World Day of Youth. The pope's participation in World Youth Day events will begin on the evening of July 25 in Rio's famed Copacabana Beach area, and will culminate with a huge open-air Mass in the Guaratiba area of the city on July 28. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: RELIGION MILITARY)
CYCLING-TOUR/GASTRONOMY
RTX11102
June 26, 2013
A man in a cafe looks out of the window at a pack of riders making their way through the 230-km (143-mile)...
Lyon, France
File photo of a man in a cafe looking out of the window at a pack of riders participating in the Tour...
A man in a cafe looks out of the window at a pack of riders making their way through the 230-km (143-mile) sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Nevers and Lyon in this July 11, 2003 file photo. Like most things French, the Tour de France starts and ends around a lunch or a dinner table. Food is, and always has been, a vital part of the race. Decisions are made over a glass of wine at dinner or a cup of coffee at breakfast. Gastronomy is such a part of the way of life in France that a tour of the country's regions has to reflect the diversity of the cuisine. Every morning at the Village Depart, riders in their racing gear, VIPS in their best suits and journalists in shorts and tee-shirts gather around huge buffets for a taste of the local specialties and wines, from the strong cheese of Corsica to the oysters of Cancale, the foie gras of the Pyrenees or the fondue of the Alps. And every evening, when the race is over, the whole Tour crew - known as suiveurs or "followers" - stage their own race to make it to the best local restaurants before closing time. To match story CYCLING-TOUR /GASTRONOMY REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10KVU
June 12, 2013
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares...
Paris, France
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares...
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares with three others in the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes in Paris April 16, 2013. After leaving school in Burgundy she moved to Paris to work behind a bar for 650 euros a month and study her passion: puppetry.“I couldn’t afford even a small studio. I was living here and there where I could with friends until I found this.” As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken April 16, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10KVT
June 12, 2013
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares...
Paris, France
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares...
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares with three others in the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes in Paris April 16, 2013. After leaving school in Burgundy she moved to Paris to work behind a bar for 650 euros a month and study her passion: puppetry.“I couldn’t afford even a small studio. I was living here and there where I could with friends until I found this.” As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken April 16, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10KVR
June 12, 2013
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, works on a puppet in a suite of offices she...
Paris, France
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, works on a puppet in a suite of offices she...
Laura, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, works on a puppet in a suite of offices she shares with three others in the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes in Paris April 16, 2013. After leaving school in Burgundy she moved to Paris to work behind a bar for 650 euros a month and study her passion: puppetry. “I couldn’t afford even a small studio. I was living here and there where I could with friends until I found this.” As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken April 16, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10J6J
June 11, 2013
Laura Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, stands in a pantry in a suite of offices...
Paris, France
Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, stands in a pantry in a suite of offices she...
Laura Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, stands in a pantry in a suite of offices she shares with three others in the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes in Paris April 16, 2013. After leaving school in Burgundy she moved to Paris to work behind a bar for 650 euros a month and study her passion: puppetry. “I couldn’t afford even a small studio. I was living here and there where I could with friends until I found this.” As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken April 16, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
FRANCE-SQUAT/
RTX10J6G
June 11, 2013
Laura Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices...
Paris, France
Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she...
Laura Fredida, who left school without her baccalaureat diploma, sits on a couch in a suite of offices she shares with three others in the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes in Paris April 16, 2013. After leaving school in Burgundy she moved to Paris to work behind a bar for 650 euros a month and study her passion: puppetry.“I couldn’t afford even a small studio. I was living here and there where I could with friends until I found this.” As the housing crisis grows in France, the squat at Number 2 rue de Valenciennes is both a political battleground and a symbol of France’s dysfunctional housing market. Activists helped the families move in to draw attention to how Europe’s second biggest economy, which prides itself on its welfare system, is struggling to provide basic shelter for many of its 65 million citizens. Picture taken April 16, 2013. To match Special Report FRANCE-SQUAT/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
EASTEUROPE-RUSSIANS/
RTXZ4VK
April 30, 2013
Men's suits hang at a luxury clothes shop in the Hungarian spa town Heviz, 194 km (120 miles) west of...
HEVIZ, Hungary
Men's suits hang at a luxury clothes shop in the Hungarian spa town Heviz
Men's suits hang at a luxury clothes shop in the Hungarian spa town Heviz, 194 km (120 miles) west of Budapest, April 21, 2013. Locals have welcomed the new Russian "invasion" of tourists who fly into Sarmellek to head to the spa town Heviz, saying they have brought money, new jobs, and even boosted the moribund real estate market during a deep, economic downturn. Picture taken April 21, 2013. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo (HUNGARY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR3E0BH
February 20, 2013
A man dives into the waters of Arpoador beach during sunset in Rio de Janeiro, February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Pilar...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man dives into the waters of Arpoador beach in Rio de Janeiro
A man dives into the waters of Arpoador beach during sunset in Rio de Janeiro, February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares(BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
RTR343ZO
June 24, 2012
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners seminar at a placement centre in Tokyo May 28, 2012. With just over nine jobs awaiting every 10 of the 381,000 students graduating and looking for work this year, and the most coveted with the likes of Toyota or Nomura even more scarce, job-hunting has become fiercely competitive. The current heads of Japan's companies are often criticised for failing to keep pace with fleet-footed foreign rivals, but most are a product of that system and there is nothing to suggest it will change any time soon. Picture taken May 28, 2012. To match Insight JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
RTR343ZN
June 24, 2012
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits attend a business manners seminar at a placement centre...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits attend a business manners seminar at a placement centre...
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits attend a business manners seminar at a placement centre in Tokyo May 28, 2012. With just over nine jobs awaiting every 10 of the 381,000 students graduating and looking for work this year, and the most coveted with the likes of Toyota or Nomura even more scarce, job-hunting has become fiercely competitive. The current heads of Japan's companies are often criticised for failing to keep pace with fleet-footed foreign rivals, but most are a product of that system and there is nothing to suggest it will change any time soon. Picture taken May 28, 2012. To match Insight JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
RTR343ZL
June 24, 2012
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners seminar at a placement centre in Tokyo May 28, 2012. With just over nine jobs awaiting every 10 of the 381,000 students graduating and looking for work this year, and the most coveted with the likes of Toyota or Nomura even more scarce, job-hunting has become fiercely competitive. The current heads of Japan's companies are often criticised for failing to keep pace with fleet-footed foreign rivals, but most are a product of that system and there is nothing to suggest it will change any time soon. Picture taken May 28, 2012. To match Insight JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS
RTR343ZC
June 24, 2012
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners...
Japanese job-hunting students dressed in suits practice swapping business cards during a business manners seminar at a placement centre in Tokyo May 28, 2012. With just over nine jobs awaiting every 10 of the 381,000 students graduating and looking for work this year, and the most coveted with the likes of Toyota or Nomura even more scarce, job-hunting has become fiercely competitive. The current heads of Japan's companies are often criticised for failing to keep pace with fleet-footed foreign rivals, but most are a product of that system and there is nothing to suggest it will change any time soon. Picture taken May 28, 2012. To match Insight JAPAN-ECONOMY/JOBS REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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