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WILDFIRES-CALIFORNIA/
RTX7WJIK
September 19, 2020
The Bobcat Fire burns along the famous San Andreas fault line in Juniper Hills, California, U.S., September...
JUNIPER HILLS, UNITED STATES
Wildfire in California burns through the night north of Los Angeles
The Bobcat Fire burns along the famous San Andreas fault line in Juniper Hills, California, U.S., September 18, 2020. Picture taken September 18, 2020. REUTERS/Gene Blevins
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTS2L990
July 07, 2019
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
RIDGECREST, UNITED STATES
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4 the previous day, is seen near the epicenter in Trona, California, U.S., July 6, 2019. Picure taken June 6, 2019. REUTERS/David McNew
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTS2L98M
July 07, 2019
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
RIDGECREST, UNITED STATES
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4 the previous day, near the epicenter in Trona, California, U.S., July 6, 2019. Picture taken July 6, 2019. REUTERS/David McNew TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTS2L98A
July 07, 2019
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
RIDGECREST, UNITED STATES
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4...
A fault line crack in Highway 178 is opened by a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake, triggered by a 6.4 the previous day, near the epicenter in Trona, California, U.S., July 6, 2019. Picture taken July 6, 2019. REUTERS/David McNew
BRAZIL-ELECTION/BOLSONARO-WOMEN
RTX6GMIY
October 26, 2018
In Brazil's most polarizing election in decades, women have long held the decisive swing vote, with a...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The Wider Image: Polarizing Brazil election forces women off the fence
In Brazil's most polarizing election in decades, women have long held the decisive swing vote, with a quarter of the female electorate up for grabs just a month ago - twice the undecided rate among Brazilian men. Days ahead of Sunday's deciding vote, however, right-wing front-runner Jair Bolsonaro has pushed them off the fence, splitting Brazilian women along deep fault lines. On one side, he has won the backing of women fed up with crime, corruption scandals and economic recession under the leftist Workers Party, represented by his rival Fernando Haddad. On the other, women say they cannot bring themselves to vote for a man with a track record of offending minorities and women, including telling a fellow lawmaker she was too ugly to rape and defending the gender pay gap. The latest survey from pollster Ibope shows a close divide, with 44 percent of women supporting Bolsonaro and 40 percent for Haddad. Men have broken overwhelmingly for Bolsonaro, who has the support of 56 percent, against just 36 percent for Haddad. The largest demonstrations against Bolsonaro in recent months have been led by women, gathering tens of thousands of protesters under the slogan "ele nao" or "not him." Yet their campaign on social media and in the streets of major cities spurred a backlash from Bolsonaro supporters declaring "ele sim" or "yes, him." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BOLSONARO ELENAO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRAZIL-ELECTION/BOLSONARO-WOMEN
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Wider Image
Polarizing Brazil election forces women off the fence
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INDONESIA-QUAKE/
RTS1WVFJ
August 10, 2018
A villager worried about earthquake aftershock and tsunami carries a gallon of water to a temporary shelter...
Senggigi, Indonesia
A villager worried about earthquake aftershock and tsunami carries a gallon of water to a temporary shelter...
A villager worried about earthquake aftershock and tsunami carries a gallon of water to a temporary shelter atop a hill in Senggigi beach, Lombok Island, Indonesia, August 10, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta
FACEBOOK-AFRICA/
RTX5GCQZ
April 04, 2018
A man holds his phone to take a Facebook live video near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
A man holds his phone to take a Facebook live video near chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy...
A man holds his phone to take a Facebook live video near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0C2
March 29, 2018
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0C1
March 29, 2018
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground...
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0BX
March 29, 2018
A truck drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
A truck drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
A truck drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0BV
March 29, 2018
A man takes a selfie photograph near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
A man takes a selfie photograph near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along...
A man takes a selfie photograph near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0BU
March 29, 2018
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground...
Women work on their farm near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0BD
March 29, 2018
A chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line is seen near...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
A chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line is seen near...
A chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line is seen near the Rift Valley town of Mai Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0AU
March 29, 2018
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Residents look at a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai-Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX5F0AK
March 29, 2018
A tanker drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
Mai Mahiu, Kenya
A tanker drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line...
A tanker drives near a chasm suspected to have been caused by a heavy downpour along an underground fault-line near the Rift Valley town of Mai-Mahiu, Kenya March 28, 2018. Picture taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
VIETNAM-PRIVATISATION/
RTX3N19E
December 08, 2017
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam June 23, 2017. Picture taken June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-PRIVATISATION/
RTX3N19A
December 08, 2017
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam June 23, 2017. Picture taken June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
BRITAIN-TRANSPORT/TRAINS
RTX3CNMW
July 24, 2017
Passengers walk on the concourse at Waterloo station after one of the main railway lines into the station...
London, United Kingdom
Passengers walk on the concourse at Waterloo station after one of the main railway lines into the station...
Passengers walk on the concourse at Waterloo station after one of the main railway lines into the station was disrupted by a signalling fault in central London, Britain July 24, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18CJ6
June 23, 2017
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18CIL
June 23, 2017
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18CIG
June 23, 2017
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon...
A worker checks for faults on beer bottles which move along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam June 23, 2017. REUTERS/Kham
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ C
RTS140EO
April 26, 2017
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ - South Sudan, an oil producer which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, descended...
South Sudan
South Sudan conflict EPS C
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ - South Sudan, an oil producer which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, descended into chaos in December 2013 when a political dispute spiralled into armed conflict that reopened ethnic fault lines.
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ C
RTSYOQG
February 14, 2017
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ - South Sudan, an oil producer which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, descended...
South Sudan
South Sudan conflict EPS C
SOUTHSUDAN-SECURITY/ - South Sudan, an oil producer which gained independence from Sudan in 2011, descended into chaos in December 2013 when a political dispute spiralled into armed conflict that reopened ethnic fault lines.
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNVA
November 24, 2015
School girls preparing for end of year examinations kneel as they pray for wisdom in front of a crucifix...
KAKOGE, Uganda
School girls preparing for end of year examinations kneel as they pray for wisdom in front of a crucifix...
School girls preparing for end of year examinations kneel as they pray for wisdom in front of a crucifix at their school in Kakoge, north of Uganda's capital Kampala October 18, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 18. REUTERS/James Akena
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNUS
November 24, 2015
Faithful pray during a Sunday Mass in Saint Joseph Cathedral in Bambari, Central African Republic, October...
Bambari, Central African Republic
Faithful pray during a Sunday Mass in Saint Joseph Cathedral in Bambari, Central African Republic
Faithful pray during a Sunday Mass in Saint Joseph Cathedral in Bambari, Central African Republic, October 18, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 18. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNUJ
November 24, 2015
A boy carries a cross at the beginning of a Sunday mass conducted by the Archbishop of Bangui Dieudonne...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Boy carries a cross at the beginning of a Sunday mass at a temporary church at the internally displaced...
A boy carries a cross at the beginning of a Sunday mass conducted by the Archbishop of Bangui Dieudonne Nzapalainga at a temporary church at the internally displaced camp next to the airport of Bangui, in the Central African Republic, October 11, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 11. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNUF
November 24, 2015
Mapeera church, built at the site where the first catholic missionary landed on the shore of Lake Victoria...
KIGUNGU, Uganda
Mapeera church, built at the site where the first catholic missionary landed on the shore of Lake Victoria...
Mapeera church, built at the site where the first catholic missionary landed on the shore of Lake Victoria 136 years ago, is seen in Kigungu, near Entebbe international airport, south of Uganda's capital Kampala October 18, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 18. REUTERS/James Akena
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNST
November 24, 2015
Worshippers hold flags as they attend a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi, south...
KISUBI, Uganda
Worshippers hold flags as they attend a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi
Worshippers hold flags as they attend a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi, south of Uganda's capital Kampala October 19, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 19. REUTERS/James Akena
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNSS
November 24, 2015
Catholic faithful kneel as they pray during a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi,...
KISUBI, Uganda
Catholic faithful kneel as they pray during a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi
Catholic faithful kneel as they pray during a healing prayer session in a makeshift church in Kisubi, south of Uganda's capital Kampala October 19, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 19. REUTERS/James Akena
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNS1
November 24, 2015
Catholic faithful attend the Sunday mass with a cardboard cut-out of Pope Francis inside the Holy Family...
Nairobi, Kenya
Catholic faithful attend the Sunday mass with a cardboard cut-out of Pope Francis inside the Holy Family...
Catholic faithful attend the Sunday mass with a cardboard cut-out of Pope Francis inside the Holy Family minor Basilica parish, the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Nairobi, in Kenya's capital Nairobi, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken November 8. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNRZ
November 24, 2015
A boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Suswa, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis'...
SUSWA, Kenya
Boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in the town of Suswa
A boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Suswa, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken November 8. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNRX
November 24, 2015
A statue of the first catholic missionaries of French origin is seen on the shore of Lake Victoria, marking...
KIGUNGU, Uganda
A statue of the first catholic missionaries of French origin on the shore of Lake Victoria in Kigungu...
A statue of the first catholic missionaries of French origin is seen on the shore of Lake Victoria, marking the spot where Father Simeon Lourdel and Brother Amans landed 136 years ago, in Kigungu, near Entebbe international airport, south of Uganda's capital Kampala October 18, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken October 18. REUTERS/James Akena
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNRK
November 24, 2015
A boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Suswa, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis'...
SUSWA, Kenya
Boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Suswa
A boy attends a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Suswa, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken November 8. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VNRJ
November 24, 2015
Maasai women attend a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Ewuaso, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope...
EWUASO, Kenya
Maasai women attend a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Ewuaso
Maasai women attend a Sunday Mass in a Catholic church in town of Ewuaso, Kenya, November 8, 2015. Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problems of building dialog between Christianity and Islam as both religions grow fast on the continent, threatening to widen an already volatile fault line there between them. Picture taken November 8. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQT3
September 27, 2015
Policemen control the entrance of public buses in Copacabana neighborhood, during a security operation...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Policemen control the entrance of public buses in Copacabana neighborhood, during a security operation...
Policemen control the entrance of public buses in Copacabana neighborhood, during a security operation around the Rio de Janeiro's south zone beaches one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, Brazil, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQSR
September 27, 2015
People relax at Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies along...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
People relax at Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro
People relax at Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQSD
September 27, 2015
People gather in Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
People gather in Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro
People gather in Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQS3
September 27, 2015
A surfer walks on Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A surfer walks on Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro
A surfer walks on Ipanema beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQRE
September 27, 2015
Minors are detained at a public bus next to Copacabana beach wait the social service, during a security...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Minors are detained at a public bus next to Copacabana beach wait the social service, during a security...
Minors are detained at a public bus next to Copacabana beach wait the social service, during a security operation around Rio de Janeiro's south zone beaches one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, Brazil, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTX1SQR2
September 27, 2015
Tourists observe as youths are taken out from a public bus next to Copacabana beach during a security...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Tourists observe as youths are taken out from a public bus next to Copacabana beach during a security...
Tourists observe as youths are taken out from a public bus next to Copacabana beach during a security operation around the Rio de Janeiro's south zone beaches one week after a weekend of mass robberies along the city's popular beachfront and upscale neighborhoods nearby, Brazil, September 27, 2015. The assaults, carried out by swarms of young bandits combing beaches and crowded sidewalks, pilfering whatever they could, come less than a year before Rio hosts the 2016 Olympics. They coincide with a deep economic downturn that has exposed old fault lines between rich and poor. Human rights groups in recent weeks have criticized police for racially profiling young minorities on their way into the city, sometimes removing them from buses before they make it to wealthy areas. Authorities vowed to double down on tactics they say prevent "vulnerable" youths from putting themselves in situations where they could commit crimes. Speaking to local radio, Rio's state security secretary dismissed criticism that bus searches amount to profiling, saying that many of the minors police stop don't even have money for fares home. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
SINGAPORE-TRANSPORT/
RTX1JEV4
July 07, 2015
Train operation staff assist affected commuters at a North-South line train station after train services...
Singapore, Singapore
Train operation staff assist affected commuters at a North-South line train station after train services...
Train operation staff assist affected commuters at a North-South line train station after train services were disrupted during evening rush hour in Singapore, July 7, 2015. According to train operator SMRT, train services along the North-South and East-West lines came to a halt due to a traction power fault. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-TRANSPORT/
RTX1JEUX
July 07, 2015
A view of an empty station on the North-South line after train services were disrupted during evening...
Singapore, Singapore
A view of an empty station on the North-South line after train services were disrupted during evening...
A view of an empty station on the North-South line after train services were disrupted during evening rush hour in Singapore, July 7, 2015. According to train operator SMRT, train services along the North-South and East-West lines came to a halt due to a traction power fault. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SINGAPORE-TRANSPORT/
RTX1JEUU
July 07, 2015
Affected commuters board buses at a North-South line train station after train services were disrupted...
Singapore, Singapore
Affected commuters board buses at a North-South line train station after train services were disrupted...
Affected commuters board buses at a North-South line train station after train services were disrupted during evening rush hour in Singapore, July 7, 2015. According to train operator SMRT, train services along the North-South and East-West lines came to a halt due to a traction power fault. REUTERS/Edgar Su
SABECO-OUTLOOK/
RTX1EV8Z
May 28, 2015
A workers checks for faults on beer bottles moving along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A workers checks for faults on beer bottles moving along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer...
A workers checks for faults on beer bottles moving along a production line in a factory of Saigon Beer Corporation (Sabeco) in Hanoi, Vietnam May 26, 2015. Vietnam's biggest brewer Sabeco on Thursday said its net profit this year would rise 8 percent to 3.29 trillion dong ($151 million) due to higher output and lower production costs. The maker of Bia Saigon said in a report to shareholders it planned a 17 percent rise in alcohol output this year to 1.63 million litres, while beer output would edge up 2 percent to 1.42 billion litres. Photo taken on May 26, 2015. REUTERS/Kham
SOUTHSUDAN-UNREST/
RTR4TUY9
March 18, 2015
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (front 2nd L) and senior members of his government pay their respects...
Juba, South Sudan
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and senior members of his government pay their respects at John Garang's...
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (front 2nd L) and senior members of his government pay their respects to the late Sudanese liberation hero John Garang at John Garang's Mausoleum in the capital Juba March 18, 2015, before addressing a rally on the peace talks process with South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar. Fighting since December 2013 between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and rebels allied with his former deputy Riek Machar has reopened ethnic fault lines that pit Kiir's Dinka people against Machar's ethnic Nuer forces. At least 10,000 people have been killed and 1.5 million civilians displaced. REUTERS/Jok Solomun (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
SOUTHSUDAN-UNREST/
RTR4TUXO
March 18, 2015
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (C) acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at...
Juba, South Sudan
South Sudan's President Kiir acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at John Garang's...
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (C) acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at John Garang's Mausoleum in the capital Juba March 18, 2015, on the peace talks process with South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar. Fighting since December 2013 between forces loyal to Kiir and rebels allied with his former deputy Machar has reopened ethnic fault lines that pit Kiir's Dinka people against Machar's ethnic Nuer forces. At least 10,000 people have been killed and 1.5 million civilians displaced. REUTERS/Jok Solomun (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
SOUTHSUDAN-UNREST/
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March 18, 2015
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (C) acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at...
Juba, South Sudan
South Sudan's President Kiir acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at John Garang's...
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (C) acknowledges his supporters as he arrives to address a rally at John Garang's Mausoleum in the capital Juba March 18, 2015, on the peace talks process with South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar. Fighting since December 2013 between forces loyal to Kiir and rebels allied with his former deputy Machar has reopened ethnic fault lines that pit Kiir's Dinka people against Machar's ethnic Nuer forces. At least 10,000 people have been killed and 1.5 million civilians displaced. REUTERS/Jok Solomun (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
USA-EARTHQUAKE HISTORIC C.EPS
RTR43MTJ
August 25, 2014
USA-EARTHQUAKE HISTORIC - Map of California visualizing earthquake activity over the past 25 years. Includes...
UNITED STATES
USA-EARTHQUAKE HISTORIC C
USA-EARTHQUAKE HISTORIC - Map of California visualizing earthquake activity over the past 25 years. Includes fault lines
CHINA-EARTHQUAKE/DEADLIEST C
RTR415IN
August 04, 2014
CHINA-EARTHQUAKE/DEADLIEST - Resend, fixes Lushan pointer. Map of China's fault lines and tectonic plates...
China
CHINA-EARTHQUAKE/DEADLIEST C
CHINA-EARTHQUAKE/DEADLIEST - Resend, fixes Lushan pointer. Map of China's fault lines and tectonic plates locating the deadliest earthquakes since 2008. (SIN02)
USA/
RTR3PWPD
May 19, 2014
Journalist Sebastian Walker speaks out in support of Al Jazeera journalists being held in Egypt as he...
New York, UNITED STATES
Journalist Sebastian Walker speaks out in support of Al Jazeera journalists being held in Egypt as he...
Journalist Sebastian Walker speaks out in support of Al Jazeera journalists being held in Egypt as he accepts a Peabody Award for the show "Fault Lines: Haiti in a Time of Cholera" in New York May 19, 2014. The Peabody Awards are awarded annually by the University of Georgia to recognize achievement and meritorious public service in television, radio, and on the internet. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3KUSR
April 11, 2014
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko attends a meeting with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tymoshenko attends a meeting with Bildt at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to be Secure...
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko attends a meeting with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl Bildt at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to be Secure In-Between" in Kiev, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
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April 11, 2014
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko walks in before a meeting with Sweden's Foreign Minister...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tymoshenko walks in before a meeting with Bildt at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to...
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko walks in before a meeting with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl Bildt at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to be Secure In-Between" in Kiev, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3KULD
April 11, 2014
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko (L) shakes hands with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tymoshenko meets with Bildt in Kiev
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko (L) shakes hands with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl Bildt during a meeting at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to be Secure In-Between" in Kiev, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
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April 11, 2014
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko (L) shakes hands with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tymoshenko meets with Bildt in Kiev
Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko (L) shakes hands with Sweden's Foreign Minister Carl Bildt during a meeting at the 7th Kiev Security Forum "On the Fault Line: to be Secure In-Between" in Kiev, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G18B
March 04, 2014
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a...
A construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor is reflected in the window of a social services mission across the street, in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G188
March 04, 2014
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington...
A youth walks past a construction site in the quickly developing Seventh Street corridor in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G186
March 04, 2014
Damon Hill (L) trims Lee Butler's hair (C) at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A man trims another man's hair at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington
Damon Hill (L) trims Lee Butler's hair (C) at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON
RTR3G183
March 04, 2014
Keith Larry (L) waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A man waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington
Keith Larry (L) waits for a customer at Seventh Street's Ordinary People barber shop in Washington March 1, 2014. At Kafe Bohem, a coffee house in northwest Washington where wine bars and condos are replacing auto repair shops and cheap housing, general manager Lenora Yerkes said the city was becoming whiter, richer and harder to afford. Even as whites move into neighborhoods that have long been mostly black, such as the Seventh Street corridor, the fault lines are forming over income, not race. Picture taken March 1, 2014. To match story USA-INCOME/WASHINGTON REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RTX125IB
July 31, 2013
- JAPAN-NUCLEAR/ - REISSUE - Map showing all of Japan's nuclear power stations and their proximity to...
JP
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/ C
- JAPAN-NUCLEAR/ - REISSUE - Map showing all of Japan's nuclear power stations and their proximity to tectonic plate boundaries and fault lines. (SIN03)
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