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CHINA-NPC BRIEFING/TWO-CHILD POLICY
RTS9SV2
March 08, 2016
Women play with children at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016. A senior Chinese...
Beijing, China
Women play with children at a residential community in Beijing
Women play with children at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016. A senior Chinese government official on Tuesday told reporters in Beijing the two-child policy will not exert extra strains upon China's social and economic development. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-NPC BRIEFING/TWO-CHILD POLICY
RTS9SUF
March 08, 2016
A mother helps her son sit in a toy car at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016....
Beijing, China
A mother helps her son sit in a toy car at a residential community in Beijing
A mother helps her son sit in a toy car at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016. A senior Chinese government official on Tuesday told reporters in Beijing the two-child policy will not exert extra strains upon China's social and economic development. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-NPC BRIEFING/TWO-CHILD POLICY
RTS9STN
March 08, 2016
A grandfather holds a 10-month-old girl at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016....
Beijing, China
A grandfather holds a 10-month-old girl at a residential community in Beijing
A grandfather holds a 10-month-old girl at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016. A senior Chinese government official on Tuesday told reporters in Beijing the two-child policy will not exert extra strains upon China's social and economic development. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-NPC BRIEFING/TWO-CHILD POLICY
RTS9STG
March 08, 2016
A grandfather teaches a 10-month-old girl to walk at a residential community in Beijing, China, March...
Beijing, China
A grandfather teaches a 10-month-old girl to walk at a residential community in Beijing
A grandfather teaches a 10-month-old girl to walk at a residential community in Beijing, China, March 8, 2016. A senior Chinese government official on Tuesday told reporters in Beijing the two-child policy will not exert extra strains upon China's social and economic development. REUTERS/Jason Lee
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1I79G
June 29, 2015
Giorgos, a 77-year-old pensioner from Athens, sits outside a branch of the National Bank of Greece as...
Athens, Greece
Giorgos, a 77-year-old pensioner from Athens, sits outside a branch of the National Bank of Greece as...
Giorgos, a 77-year-old pensioner from Athens, sits outside a branch of the National Bank of Greece as he waits along with dozens of other pensioners, hoping to get their pensions in Athens, Greece June 29, 2015. Greece closed its banks and imposed capital controls on Sunday to check the growing strains on its crippled financial system, bringing the prospect of being forced out of the euro into plain sight. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GREECE-RATINGS-FITCH/
RTR4V9BX
March 28, 2015
A European Union flag (R) and a Greek national flag flutter atop a building in central Athens March 28,...
Athens, Greece
A European Union flag and a Greek national flag flutter atop a building in central Athens
A European Union flag (R) and a Greek national flag flutter atop a building in central Athens March 28, 2015. Ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Greece's credit rating to 'CCC' from 'B' saying lack of market access, tight liquidity and uncertainty over the timely release of aid from its official creditors are exerting pressure on government funding. REUTERS/Kostas Tsironis
GREECE-RATINGS-FITCH/
RTR4V8MJ
March 28, 2015
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament...
Athens, Greece
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament...
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament building in Athens, March 28, 2015. Ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Greece's credit rating to 'CCC' from 'B' saying lack of market access, tight liquidity and uncertainty over the timely release of aid from its official creditors are exerting pressure on government funding. REUTERS/Kostas Tsironis
GREECE-RATINGS-FITCH/
RTR4V8MH
March 28, 2015
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament...
Athens, Greece
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament...
An officer sweeps away rain water from the monument of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament building in Athens, March 28, 2015. Ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Greece's credit rating to 'CCC' from 'B' saying lack of market access, tight liquidity and uncertainty over the timely release of aid from its official creditors are exerting pressure on government funding. REUTERS/Kostas Tsironis
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All Along The Border - 04 Nov 2014
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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREO
November 04, 2014
Swiss Customs officers walk back to their vehicle after checking a path on the border between Italy and...
ARZO, Switzerland
Swiss Customs officers walk back to their vehicle after checking a path on the border between Italy and...
Swiss Customs officers walk back to their vehicle after checking a path on the border between Italy and Switzerland in Arzo May 12, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 12, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREN
November 04, 2014
Three countries corner is seen on the Rhein river where the borders between France (L), Switzerland (sculpture)...
Basel, Switzerland
Three countries corner is seen on the Rhein river where the border between France (L), Switzerland (sculpture)...
Three countries corner is seen on the Rhein river where the borders between France (L), Switzerland (sculpture) and Germany meet in Basel April 30, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 30, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREL
November 04, 2014
Military enthusiasts dressed as World War I soldiers (L-R French, Swiss and German) shake hands above...
Bonfol, Switzerland
Military enthusiasts dressed as World War I soldiers shake hands above a marker during a re-enactment...
Military enthusiasts dressed as World War I soldiers (L-R French, Swiss and German) shake hands above a marker during a re-enactment in Le Largin near Bonfol in the Jura July 20, 2014. Le Largin, where Germany, France and Switzerland met in 1914, was the kilometre zero mark of the Western Front during WWI. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken July 20, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION ELECTIONS)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREF
November 04, 2014
A tractor drives past WWII military defences, known as 'toblerone', at the border between Liechtenstein...
FLAESCH, Switzerland
A tractor drives past WWII military defences, known as 'toblerone', at the border between Liechtenstein...
A tractor drives past WWII military defences, known as 'toblerone', at the border between Liechtenstein (behind) and Switzerland in Flaesch May 14, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREB
November 04, 2014
A Swiss aircraft is seen at Cointrin airport on the border with France (front) and Switzerland in Ferney...
FERNEY VOLTAIRE, France
A Swiss aircraft is pictured at Cointrin airport on the border with France and Switzerland in Ferney...
A Swiss aircraft is seen at Cointrin airport on the border with France (front) and Switzerland in Ferney Voltaire near Geneva April 28, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS LOGO SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ELECTIONS POLITICS)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CREA
November 04, 2014
A marker stands on a ridge dividing Switzerland (L) and Italy (R) at the Monte Generoso near Mendrisio...
MONTE GENEROSO, Switzerland
A marker stands on a ridge dividing Switzerland and Italy at the Monte Generoso near Mendrisio
A marker stands on a ridge dividing Switzerland (L) and Italy (R) at the Monte Generoso near Mendrisio May 11, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 11, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CRE8
November 04, 2014
A sign marks the border between France (back) and Switzerland (front) on the disused Tonkin railway track...
SAINT-GINGOLPH, Switzerland
A sign marks the border between France and Switzerland on the disused Tonkin railway track in Saint-Gingolph...
A sign marks the border between France (back) and Switzerland (front) on the disused Tonkin railway track in Saint-Gingolph April 22, 2014. The sign reads "border." Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 22, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRE6
November 04, 2014
Tourists take a picture on a 400-year-old wooden bridge on the border between Switzerland (front) and...
STEIN, Switzerland
Tourists take a picture on a 400-year-old wooden bridge on the border between Switzerland and Germany...
Tourists take a picture on a 400-year-old wooden bridge on the border between Switzerland (front) and Germany in Stein May 1, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRAVEL)

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RTR4CRE3
November 04, 2014
A Zoll (Customs) sign is seen on a wooden bridge over the Rhein river between Switzerland and Germany...
RHEINAU, Switzerland
A Zoll (Customs) sign is seen on a wooden bridge over the Rhein river between Switzerland and Germany...
A Zoll (Customs) sign is seen on a wooden bridge over the Rhein river between Switzerland and Germany in Rheinau May 1, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRE1
November 04, 2014
Peter Albrecht pushes his weidling boat on the Rhein river on the border between Switzerland (left bank)...
BUESINGEN AM HOCHRHEIN, Germany
Peter Albrecht pushes his weidling boat on the Rhein river on the border between Switzerland and Germany...
Peter Albrecht pushes his weidling boat on the Rhein river on the border between Switzerland (left bank) and Germany in the German enclave of Buesingen am Hochrhein near Schaffhausen May 2, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 2, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRDZ
November 04, 2014
A gate stands at a railway track on the border between Italy (front) and Switzerland (behind) near Stabio...
STABIO, Italy
A gate stands at a railway track on the border between Italy and Switzerland near Stabio
A gate stands at a railway track on the border between Italy (front) and Switzerland (behind) near Stabio May 12, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 12, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRDX
November 04, 2014
A marker is stands in a field on the border between Switzerland (back) and Germany (front) in Blumberg...
BLUMBERG, Germany
A marker stands in a field on the border between Switzerland and Germany in Blumberg near Schaffhausen...
A marker is stands in a field on the border between Switzerland (back) and Germany (front) in Blumberg near Schaffhausen May 2, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 2, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRDS
November 04, 2014
A fleur-de-lis coat of arms and the Franche Comte Lion are seen on a marker, dating from 1649, on the...
LAJOUX, France
A fleur-de-lis coat of arms and the Franche Comte Lion are pictured on a marker, dating from 1649, on...
A fleur-de-lis coat of arms and the Franche Comte Lion are seen on a marker, dating from 1649, on the France (front) to Switzerland (back) border in the Marguerites Forest near Lajoux in the Vallee de Joux April 9, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 9, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRDI
November 04, 2014
A lizard rests on a marker at the border between Italy (back) and Switzerland (front) at Santa Margerita...
STABIO, Switzerland
A lizard rests on a marker at the border between Italy and Switzerland at Santa Margerita near Stabio...
A lizard rests on a marker at the border between Italy (back) and Switzerland (front) at Santa Margerita near Stabio May 12, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 12, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
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RTR4CRD7
November 04, 2014
The Saut du Doubs waterfall is seen on the border between Switzerland (L) and France in Villers-le-Lac...
VILLERS-LE-LAC, France
The Saut du Doubs waterfall is seen on the border between Switzerland and France in Villers-le-Lac
The Saut du Doubs waterfall is seen on the border between Switzerland (L) and France in Villers-le-Lac April 23, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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RTR4CRD4
November 04, 2014
Stalagmites grow in cave on the border with France (behind) and Switzerland (front) in Reclere April...
RECLERE, Switzerland
Stalagmites grow in cave on the border with France and Switzerland in Reclere
Stalagmites grow in cave on the border with France (behind) and Switzerland (front) in Reclere April 24, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRCY
November 04, 2014
A bed lies directly across the French-Swiss border, with the head of the bed in Switzerland and the foot...
LES ROUSSES, France
A bed lies directly across the French-Swiss border, with the head of the bed in Switzerland and the foot...
A bed lies directly across the French-Swiss border, with the head of the bed in Switzerland and the foot of the bed in France at the Hotel Arbez in Les Rousses April 23, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CRCW
November 04, 2014
A replica of a Diatryma stands in the dinosaur themed Prehisto Parc at the border with France (front)...
RECLERE, France
A replica of a Diatryma stands in the dinosaur themed Prehisto Parc at the border with France and Switzerland...
A replica of a Diatryma stands in the dinosaur themed Prehisto Parc at the border with France (front) and Switzerland in Reclere April 24, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRCV
November 04, 2014
People relax near the water in the Alter Rhein at the border between Austria (R) and Switzerland in Diepoldsau...
DIEPOLDSAU, Switzerland
People relax near the water in the Alter Rhein at the border between Austria and Switzerland in Diepoldsau...
People relax near the water in the Alter Rhein at the border between Austria (R) and Switzerland in Diepoldsau May 14, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRCT
November 04, 2014
A sign is seen on the Punt dal Gall dam marking the border between Italy and Switzerland in Zernez May...
ZERNEZ, Switzerland
A sign is seen on the Punt dal Gall dam marking the border between Italy and Switzerland in Zernez
A sign is seen on the Punt dal Gall dam marking the border between Italy and Switzerland in Zernez May 13, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 13, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRCS
November 04, 2014
A door is seen on the RADAG (Rheinkraftwerk Albbruck-Dogern AG) power dam on the Rhein river between...
LEIBSTADT, Switzerland
A door is seen on the RADAG power dam on the Rhein river between Switzerland and Germany in Leibstadt...
A door is seen on the RADAG (Rheinkraftwerk Albbruck-Dogern AG) power dam on the Rhein river between Switzerland (R) and Germany in Leibstadt May 1, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENERGY SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CRCQ
November 04, 2014
People walk past a sculpture by artist Johannes Doerflinger, through the border between Germany and Switzerland...
Kreuzlingen, Switzerland
People walk past a sculpture by artist Johannes Doerflinger, through the border between Germany and Switzerland...
People walk past a sculpture by artist Johannes Doerflinger, through the border between Germany and Switzerland in Kreuzlingen near Konstanz May 14, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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SWISS-IMMIGRATION/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4CRCN
November 04, 2014
A marker stands at the Dreisprachenspitze (Three Languages Peak) in front of the road to the Stelvio...
TSCHIERV, Switzerland
A marker stands at the Dreisprachenspitze in front of the road to the Stelvio Pass at the border between...
A marker stands at the Dreisprachenspitze (Three Languages Peak) in front of the road to the Stelvio Pass at the border between Italy (R) and Switzerland in Tschierv May 13, 2014. German, Italian and Romansh speaking areas meet at Dreisprachenspitze. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 13, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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RTR4CRCM
November 04, 2014
Luta Menduh, captain with the Lake Geneva General Navigation Company (CGN), steers his ship on Lake Leman...
Lausanne, Switzerland
Luta Menduh, captain of the Leman boat of the CGN steers his ship on Lake Leman on the border between...
Luta Menduh, captain with the Lake Geneva General Navigation Company (CGN), steers his ship on Lake Leman on the border between Switzerland and France near Lausanne May 8, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken May 8, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)

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RTR4CRCK
November 04, 2014
Roped up climbers leave the summit of Breithorn at 4,164 metres (13,661 feet) on the ridge marking the...
Zermatt, Switzerland
Roped climbers leave the summit of Breithorn on the ridge marking the border between Switzerland and...
Roped up climbers leave the summit of Breithorn at 4,164 metres (13,661 feet) on the ridge marking the border with Switzerland (left) and Italy in the Alpine resort of Zermatt August 4, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken August 4, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 04, 2014
Roped parties of climbers walk on a glacier marking the border with Switzerland (left) and Italy on the...
Zermatt, Switzerland
Roped parties of climbers walk on a glacier marking the border between Switzerland (left) and Italy on...
Roped parties of climbers walk on a glacier marking the border with Switzerland (left) and Italy on the way to the summit of the Breithorn at 4,164 metres (13,661 feet) in the Alpine resort of Zermatt August 4, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KU
July 10, 2014
Ukrainian soldiers are pictured on an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
Ukrainian soldiers are pictured on an armoured vehicle at a position near Konstantinovka
Ukrainian soldiers are pictured on an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KS
July 10, 2014
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10,...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near Konstantinovka
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KH
July 10, 2014
A weapon and magazines loaded with bullets are pictured at a position where Ukrainian soldiers are standing...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A weapon and magazines loaded with bullets are pictured at a position where Ukrainian soldiers are standing...
A weapon and magazines loaded with bullets are pictured at a position where Ukrainian soldiers are standing guard near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KG
July 10, 2014
Ukrainian troops are seen near Slaviansk July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained...
Slaviansk, Ukraine
Ukrainian troops are seen near Slaviansk
Ukrainian troops are seen near Slaviansk July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KC
July 10, 2014
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10,...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near Konstantinovka
Ukrainian soldiers stand guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2KB
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014....
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2K9
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2JU
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian soldier sits on an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian soldier sits on an armoured vehicle at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian soldier sits on an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2JQ
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2JB
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city...
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian soldier looks out from an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2J3
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014....
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3Y2J2
July 10, 2014
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a checkpoint near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014....
KONSTANTINOVKA, Ukraine
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a checkpoint near Konstantinovka
A Ukrainian tank is seen at a checkpoint near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y2BD
July 10, 2014
A mechanic walks past a reconditioned armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
A mechanic walks past a reconditioned armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
A mechanic walks past a reconditioned armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y2AU
July 10, 2014
Mechanics work on the body of an armoured personnel carrier during its reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
Mechanics work on the body of an armoured personnel carrier during its reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr...
Mechanics work on the body of an armoured personnel carrier during its reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y2A3
July 10, 2014
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y24M
July 10, 2014
Electricians install wiring during the reconditioning of an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
Electricians install wiring during the reconditioning of an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr...
Electricians install wiring during the reconditioning of an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y24C
July 10, 2014
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
An employee welds while reconditioning an armoured personnel carrier at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y244
July 10, 2014
A man walks past an armoured personnel carrier ready for reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
Zhytomyr, Ukraine
A man walks past an armoured personnel carrier ready for reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical...
A man walks past an armoured personnel carrier ready for reconditioning at the 141th Zhytomyr Armor Mechanical Repair Plant in Zhytomyr July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y22L
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov leaves after a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov leaves after a news conference in Donetsk
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov leaves after a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y222
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov kisses an Orthodox icon after a news conference in the...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov kisses an Orthodox icon after a news conference in Donetsk...
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov kisses an Orthodox icon after a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT RELIGION)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y220
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in Donetsk
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y21V
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint...
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y21S
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint...
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) walk towards a checkpoint in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y21L
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) wait behind a sandbag wall...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) wait behind a sandbag wall...
Pro-Russian separatist fighters from the so-called Battalion Vostok (East) wait behind a sandbag wall at a checkpoint on the outskirts of the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS
RTR3Y21H
July 10, 2014
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian...
Donetsk, Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in Donetsk
Pro-Russian separatist commander Igor Strelkov takes part in a news conference in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, July 10, 2014. Ukrainian forces regained more ground but sustained further casualties on Thursday in clashes with separatists, while two Western allies urged Russia's Vladimir Putin to exert more pressure on the rebels to find a negotiated end to the conflict. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)
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