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SPAIN-VOLCANO/WINDOWS
RTXILL2C
October 04, 2021
Maria Jesus, 61, stands in front of a window in her home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso, on...
El Paso, Spain
Maria Jesus, 61, stands in front of a window in her home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso
Maria Jesus, 61, stands in front of a window in her home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso, on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain, October 4, 2021. "My feeling is of fear, terror, sometimes agony to see people who are suffering and have been left with nothing and help them in whatever way they can but I am also having a very bad time." Jesus told Reuters. Picture taken October 4, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez
USA-COURT/ABORTION-MARCH
RTXI0X99
October 02, 2021
Cesar Rios, 24, a supporter of reproductive choice during a nationwide Women's March held after Texas...
Brownsville, UNITED STATES
Supporters of reproductive choice take part in the nationwide Women's March in Texas
Cesar Rios, 24, a supporter of reproductive choice during a nationwide Women's March held after Texas rolled out a near-total ban on abortion procedures, poses for a photo in Brownsville, Texas, U.S. October 2, 2021. "I know that with the new bill in Texas it’s gonna influence other conservative political figures in other states to follow their lead. I feel like everybody has to show up to defend against abortion restrictions," Rios said. REUTERS/Veronica Cardenas
SPAIN-VOLCANO/WINDOWS
RTXILL2G
October 01, 2021
Pablo Yanez, 49, stands in front of a window in his home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso, on...
El Paso, Spain
Pablo Yanez, 49, stands in front of a window in his home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso
Pablo Yanez, 49, stands in front of a window in his home, from which lava can be seen in El Paso, on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain, October 1, 2021. " The feeling I feel from my home is as if I'm passing a jet plane continuously" Yanez told Reuters. Picture taken October 1, 2021. REUTERS/Borja Suarez
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI864N
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines pose for a picture onboard a plane during the presentation of a new...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines pose for a picture onboard a plane during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI864P
September 30, 2021
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture onboard a plane during the presentation of a...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture onboard a plane during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI85W0
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk up the stairs while boarding a plane as they take part in the...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk up the stairs while boarding a plane as they take part in the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI85Q1
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk along a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk along a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI85JM
September 30, 2021
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI85ID
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk up the stairs before boarding a plane as they take part in the...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk up the stairs before boarding a plane as they take part in the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI859A
September 30, 2021
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
A flight attendant of SkyUp Airlines poses for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI853B
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines pose for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines pose for a picture on a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-AIRLINE/UNIFORM
RTXI84ZF
September 30, 2021
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk along a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the...
KYIV, Ukraine
SkyUp Airlines flight attendants present a new uniform at an airport outside Kyiv
Flight attendants of SkyUp Airlines walk along a tarmac during the presentation of a new uniform at the Boryspil International Airport outside Kyiv, Ukraine September 30, 2021. The Ukrainian low-cost airline presented their innovative uniform, including loose costumes and sneakers, for the crew to feel comfortable and look fashionable during the flights. Picture taken September 30, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
FILM-EVERYONES TALKING ABOUT JAMIE/
RTXH3Y70
September 13, 2021
Members of the music band The Feeling pose as they arrive at the world premiere of "Everybody's Talking...
London, United Kingdom
Premiere of the film "Everybody's Talking About Jamie", in London
Members of the music band The Feeling pose as they arrive at the world premiere of "Everybody's Talking About Jamie", in London, Britain September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Toby Melville
FILM-EVERYONES TALKING ABOUT JAMIE/
RTXH3Y6Z
September 13, 2021
Members of the music band The Feeling pose as they arrive at the world premiere of "Everybody's Talking...
London, United Kingdom
Premiere of the film "Everybody's Talking About Jamie", in London
Members of the music band The Feeling pose as they arrive at the world premiere of "Everybody's Talking About Jamie", in London, Britain September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Toby Melville
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXFWSP9
August 19, 2021
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her, carries MiAsia, her youngest...
LOUSVILLE, UNITED STATES
A mother of eight faces eviction in Kentucky
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her, carries MiAsia, her youngest daughter, back from school as she feels sick, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. August 19, 2021. Lee was granted a reprieve from her eviction as the extended CDC moratorium was applied to her case, despite the landlord saying in court that she hadn't paid rent for six months after the two months rent free she offered her. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXFWSPA
August 19, 2021
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her, carries MiAsia, her youngest...
LOUSVILLE, UNITED STATES
A mother of eight faces eviction in Kentucky
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her, carries MiAsia, her youngest daughter, back from school as she feels sick, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. August 19, 2021. Lee was granted a reprieve from her eviction as the extended CDC moratorium was applied to her case, despite the landlord saying in court that she hadn't paid rent for six months after the two months rent free she offered her. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXFWS3W
August 19, 2021
MiAsia, the youngest of Chaunda Lee kids, a single mother of eight who has five children living with...
LOUSVILLE, UNITED STATES
A mother of eight faces eviction in Kentucky
MiAsia, the youngest of Chaunda Lee kids, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her, sleeps in her mother's arms as she feels sick in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S. August 19, 2021. Lee was granted a reprieve from her eviction as the extended CDC moratorium was applied to her case, despite the landlord saying in court that she hadn't paid rent for six months after the two months rent free she offered her. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
USA-VIOLENCE/OHIO
RTXFSZR9
August 17, 2021
Leslie Spurlock, 49, of Columbus, Ohio, stands outside Brice United Methodist Church during the funeral...
Columbus, UNITED STATES
Funeral is held for Jerick Jacobs-Tate in Columbus
Leslie Spurlock, 49, of Columbus, Ohio, stands outside Brice United Methodist Church during the funeral for her cousin Jerick Jacobs-Tate, 23, who died by gun violence, in Columbus, Ohio, U.S., August 17, 2021. Spurlock said, "This is a horrible feel today. My uncle (Jacobs-Tate's dad) never thought he could have a son." REUTERS/Stephen Zenner
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-EVICTIONS
RTXFR0JT
August 16, 2021
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her and faces eviction later...
LOUSVILLE, UNITED STATES
A mother of eight faces eviction in Kentucky
Chaunda Lee, a single mother of eight who has five children living with her and faces eviction later this week, stands in the hallway feeling exhausted after spending her morning packing and making housing and school bus pick up arrangements for her three youngest children in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Amira Karaoud
EGYPT-DISABILITIES/COOKING
RTXF1WGL
July 27, 2021
Elham Abd el-Karim, 37, a visually impaired woman puts her hand over the pot to feel the water temperature...
Cairo, Egypt
Elham Abd el-Karim, 37, a visually impaired woman puts her hand over the pot to feel the water temperature...
Elham Abd el-Karim, 37, a visually impaired woman puts her hand over the pot to feel the water temperature at Eman al-Hosseiny?s kitchen, the author of the braille cooking book, in Cairo, Egypt July 27, 2021. Picture taken July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Hayam Adel
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQS
July 27, 2021
Mohamad Cherry poses in his home that was damaged in last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon...
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Mohamad Cherry poses in his home that was damaged in last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon July 27, 2021. "I feel strange. I feel like a stranger in my home... I've felt this way for a year now. And it's like we are still reliving what happened? it's also hard to forget because I am still living in the same house where I went through this? My house is my comfort. It's the place I've lived in for seven years...but unfortunately, this comfort zone got invaded?I tried to find myself again in my home: I made changes to the decor, I got plants... I tried to find a way to bring happiness, a light again at home. but unfortunately no matter how hard I try, this light is not showing up?.The trauma that I am living and that I lived on the 4th of August.. I am not able to fix, through [yet] therapy". 27-year old Mohamad said. Picture taken July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQK
July 26, 2021
Chaza Akik, assistant research professor at AUB, poses on the rooftop of her building, where she was...
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Chaza Akik, assistant research professor at AUB, poses on the rooftop of her building, where she was standing when last year's Beirut port blast occurred, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021. "I was in the eye of the storm as they say. So I didn't feel, I did not see nor did I hear. Others saw and heard and for sure are suffering in a different way... After approximately three to four weeks after the blast, I insisted on going up to the rooftop... and I concluded that maybe I had amnesia and that my brain blacked out on purpose, to protect me, so I think my brain forbid me from recalling what happened but my body was still holding this memory and for sure it is a sensitive topic to be brought up to me...Now whenever I leave the house, I wonder if I should leave the windows open or closed, I feel the burden every time I hear a sound, the news about fires, or something might happen. There is fear". 38 year-old Chaza said. Picture taken July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQI
July 26, 2021
Anwar Ramadan, 30, sits in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut...
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Anwar Ramadan, 30, sits in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021. "My ears popped, that's why I was feeling dizzy most of the time and I wasn't hearing very well. I'm still treating my ears but they are not healing. There is pain all the time, my head feeling like it is going to burst. The amount of trauma we are in makes you think that it happened yesterday... There is anger when you feel that you are worth nothing in this country... Ever since the 4th of August, I am on alert; I feel like all my brain functions are on simultaneously because in addition to the lack of the sense of security, you should always be aware, if something happens, and in control... I don't know when I'm going to feel good again or when I'll be able to sleep like a normal person like I use to." Anwar said. Picture taken July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQG
July 26, 2021
Chaza Akik, assistant research professor at AUB, poses in her home, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021....
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Chaza Akik, assistant research professor at AUB, poses in her home, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021. "I was in the eye of the storm as they say. So I didn't feel, I did not see nor did I hear. Others saw and heard and for sure are suffering in a different way...After approximately three to four weeks after the blast, I insisted on going up to the rooftop... and I concluded that maybe I had amnesia and that my brain blacked out on purpose, to protect me, so I think my brain forbid me from recalling what happened but my body was still holding this memory and for sure it is a sensitive topic to be brought up to me...Now whenever I leave the house, I wonder if I should leave the windows open or closed, I feel the burden every time I hear a sound, the news about fires, or something might happen. There is fear". 38-year old Chaza said. Picture taken July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQ9
July 26, 2021
Anwar Ramadan, 30, poses in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut...
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Anwar Ramadan, 30, poses in a coffee shop that was damaged when she was there during last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon July 26, 2021. "My ears popped, that's why I was feeling dizzy most of the time and I wasn't hearing very well. I'm still treating my ears but they are not healing. There is pain all the time, my head feeling like it is going to burst. The amount of trauma we are in makes you think that it happened yesterday... There is anger when you feel that you are worth nothing in this country... Ever since the 4th of August, I am on alert; I feel like all my brain functions are on simultaneously because in addition to the lack of the sense of security, you should always be aware, if something happens, and in control... I don't know when I'm going to feel good again or when I'll be able to sleep like a normal person like I use to." Anwar said. Picture taken July 26, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
Tokyo Olympics 2020
Tokyo Olympics 2020
German gymnasts opt for full-body suits to promote freedom of choice
33 PICTURES
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TKM
July 23, 2021
Khadija Dia, 30, who was working as an emergency medical technician for the Red Cross when last year's...
Beirut, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Khadija Dia, 30, who was working as an emergency medical technician for the Red Cross when last year's Beirut port blast occurred, poses for a picture in Beirut, Lebanon July 23, 2021. "I can't see myself going out anymore, I can't stand seeing people in pain, I can't see destroyed houses in Beirut anymore. I feel like I want to stay home, I don't want to see people anymore. Psychologically speaking, I can't stand to see the pain people are going through...Every time I pass by the port, I start crying. I just can't watch my friends posting videos about the Aug. 4 blast, every time I see such a thing I cry. The trauma can be defined when you can't live in your own country anymore." Khadija said. Picture taken July 23, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TR0
July 20, 2021
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, carries her cat at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021....
Byblos, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, carries her cat at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021. "Not until we sat down with ourselves, did we have time to process what we had gone through. That's when the panic attacks started, that's when I thought my heart was going to come out of my chest?. we moved as far away from Beirut as possible and it feels a lot safer here..I didn?t lose a family member and I didn?t lose anything, I just lost myself in this". 34-year old Journalist and producer, Sophie Ghaziri, said. Picture taken July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQY
July 20, 2021
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, sits at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021. "Not until...
Byblos, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, sits at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021. "Not until we sat down with ourselves, did we have time to process what we had gone through. That's when the panic attacks started, that's when I thought my heart was going to come out of my chest?. we moved as far away from Beirut as possible and it feels a lot safer here..I didn?t lose a family member and I didn?t lose anything, I just lost myself in this". 34-year old Journalist and producer, Sophie Ghaziri, said. Picture taken July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TKL
July 20, 2021
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, poses at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021. "Not until...
Byblos, Lebanon
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it
Sophie Ghaziri, who now lives outside Beirut, poses at home in Byblos, Lebanon July 20, 2021. "Not until we sat down with ourselves, did we have time to process what we had gone through. That's when the panic attacks started, that's when I thought my heart was going to come out of my chest?. we moved as far away from Beirut as possible and it feels a lot safer here..I didn?t lose a family member and I didn?t lose anything, I just lost myself in this". 34-year old Journalist and producer, Sophie Ghaziri, said. Picture taken July 20, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi
Wider Image
Wider Image
The Tenacious Unicorn Ranch made a transgender haven. Then the violent threats began
30 PICTURES
USA-WILDFIRES/LOOKOUT
RTXHUZ1G
July 15, 2021
Samsara Duffey, 45, points out locations where previous fires have taken place, on a ridgeline map she...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: In love, but apart, as they fight fires in the American West
Samsara Duffey, 45, points out locations where previous fires have taken place, on a ridgeline map she made for reference at the Patrol Mountain Fire Lookout in Augusta, Montana, U.S., July 15, 2021. The smoke from the fires can be a challenge, she says. "During a really smoky summer, I do feel it in my eyes and lungs. I become a lot more sedentary during really smoky times. I use eyedrops to help there, but there isn't much I can do about my lungs." REUTERS/Brittany Hosea-Small SEARCH "WILDFIRES LOOKOUT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-WILDFIRES/LOOKOUT
RTXHUYZO
July 15, 2021
Drift smoke from fires across the west coast obscures the view of the mountain ranges seen from the Patrol...
Augusta, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: In love, but apart, as they fight fires in the American West
Drift smoke from fires across the west coast obscures the view of the mountain ranges seen from the Patrol Mountain Fire Lookout in Augusta, Montana, U.S., July 15, 2021. The smoke from the fires can be a challenge, she says. "During a really smoky summer, I do feel it in my eyes and lungs. I become a lot more sedentary during really smoky times. I use eyedrops to help there, but there isn't much I can do about my lungs." REUTERS/Brittany Hosea-Small SEARCH "WILDFIRES LOOKOUT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTXDY1QG
July 03, 2021
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 3, 2021 Australia's...
London, United Kingdom
Wimbledon
Tennis - Wimbledon - All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain - July 3, 2021 Australia's Nick Kyrgios reacts after feeling his injury again during his third round match against Canada's Felix Auger Aliassime REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
SPAIN-RIGHTS/LGBT
RTXDOOZG
June 26, 2021
Members of feminist groups protest against a bill on transgender rights at Puerta del Sol square in Madrid,...
Madrid, Spain
Members of feminist groups protest against a bill on transgender rights at Puerta del Sol square in Madrid...
Members of feminist groups protest against a bill on transgender rights at Puerta del Sol square in Madrid, Spain, June 26, 2021. Back sign reads, "Being a woman is not a feeling". REUTERS/Susana Vera
HONGKONG-SECURITY/CITY
RTXDRGZ5
June 18, 2021
Documentary filmmaker Kiwi Chow, 42, poses for a photograph at Kwun Tong Ferry Pier near his studio in...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: In a scarred Hong Kong, "beautiful things are gone\
Documentary filmmaker Kiwi Chow, 42, poses for a photograph at Kwun Tong Ferry Pier near his studio in Hong Kong, China, June 18, 2021. Clearing the Lennon Walls was the beginning of "beautiful things" being destroyed, Chow said. "Of course, we feel angry when beautiful things are gone; it's important, and we need to remember. But the anger can also transfer into perseverance," he added. After all, during the protests, the Lennon wall in his tunnel was dismantled many times, but people rebuilt it. REUTERS/Lam Yik SEARCH "YIK SECURITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0G
May 28, 2021
Shane Wolf, (C), 18, moves his tassel signifying his official graduation from high school in Denver,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, (C), 18, moves his tassel signifying his official graduation from high school in Denver, Colorado, U.S., May 27, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
 USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0I
May 27, 2021
Shane Wolf, 18, proceeds to his graduation ceremony from North High School in Denver, Colorado, U.S.,...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, 18, proceeds to his graduation ceremony from North High School in Denver, Colorado, U.S., May 27, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG5D
May 24, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, prepares to take a shower at his...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, prepares to take a shower at his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, April 24, 2021. The bullet that hit Ko Phyo severed three arteries. The soldier who fired the shot removed it with a knife, and a local policeman he knew took him to a military hospital, a journey that took more than two hours, he said. "I started feeling the pain and I couldn't bear it. I told them to cut off my leg immediately. They cut it on the seventh day." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG43
May 24, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, covers his leg with a plastic...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, covers his leg with a plastic bag as he takes a shower at his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, April 24, 2021. The bullet that hit Ko Phyo severed three arteries. The soldier who fired the shot removed it with a knife, and a local policeman he knew took him to a military hospital, a journey that took more than two hours, he said. "I started feeling the pain and I couldn't bear it. I told them to cut off my leg immediately. They cut it on the seventh day." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG1Q
May 24, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, sits in his wheelchair at his...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, sits in his wheelchair at his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, April 24, 2021. The bullet that hit Ko Phyo severed three arteries. The soldier who fired the shot removed it with a knife, and a local policeman he knew took him to a military hospital, a journey that took more than two hours, he said. "I started feeling the pain and I couldn't bear it. I told them to cut off my leg immediately. They cut it on the seventh day." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG5E
May 22, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, talks to his two-year-old son...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, talks to his two-year-old son Paing Phyo Oo at his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, May 22, 2021. "I feel terrible when he asked, 'Dad, where's your leg?'," Ko Phyo said. "So, I replied, 'A dog's eaten my leg but it will grow later.' And he still believes it." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG40
May 22, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, walks on a street with his two-year-old...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, walks on a street with his two-year-old son Paing Phyo Oo as they head to his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, May 22, 2021. "I feel terrible when he asked, 'Dad, where's your leg?'," Ko Phyo said. "So, I replied, 'A dog's eaten my leg but it will grow later.' And he still believes it." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTXZO
May 16, 2021
High school senior Megan Bickford, 17, dances at her prom in Harrison, Maine, U.S., May 15, 2021. Prom...
Harrison, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
High school senior Megan Bickford, 17, dances at her prom in Harrison, Maine, U.S., May 15, 2021. Prom was held outdoors under tents, with students wearing masks. Bickford, who was raised in a liberal family, said she grew increasingly alarmed when she saw Confederate flags pop up on porches or vehicles northwest of Portland, where she and her family live. "I feel like if we had a more normal four years I probably wouldn't be as loud," she said. "I'm growing up in that political climate where it seems like if you don't scream, the other side won't hear you." REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCXX74
May 14, 2021
An antique Plymouth Fury is parked in the town where high school senior Megan Bickford lives, in Paris,...
Paris, UNITED STATES
An antique Plymouth Fury is parked in Paris
An antique Plymouth Fury is parked in the town where high school senior Megan Bickford lives, in Paris, Maine, U.S., May 14, 2021. Megan, who has lived in Paris her whole life, will go to college at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania in the fall. She said she is feeling "lots of different emotions" at the prospect of heading off to college. "I'll have a normal start to my college experience," she said. "I know that the class before me did not get that." Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
 SYRIA-SECURITY/DAMASCUS-YOUTHS
RTXCLUXT
May 14, 2021
Ghenwa, 21, a trainee flight attendant and Assala, 21, an architecture student, dance at a techno music...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: Generation Crisis: young Syrians come of age in a decade of conflict
Ghenwa, 21, a trainee flight attendant and Assala, 21, an architecture student, dance at a techno music party in Damascus, Syria, May 14, 2021. The freedom to travel was the main reason Ghenwa decided to train as an air hostess, having dropped out of university where she was studying architecture. "I'm Syrian and I can't travel at the moment except through this opportunity," said Ghenwa. "It's the only opportunity that makes me feel I can move faster... to feel the freedom of borders." REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar SEARCH "SHAAR YOUTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB55
May 14, 2021
Hideo Yoshida, 40, who runs a bicycle shop near the National Stadium, the main stadium of Tokyo 2020...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Hideo Yoshida, 40, who runs a bicycle shop near the National Stadium, the main stadium of Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, poses for a portrait with his five-month-old son Tokio as he goes for a walk around the stadium in Tokyo, Japan, May 14, 2021. Yoshida said the debate around the major sporting event has made him "uncomfortable". "Since the postponement, I've been seeing all these disagreements about whether to go forward with the Games or not and some groups saying they'll hold it no matter what," he said. "I feel like I've seen the dark side of the Games and the International Olympic Committee." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-RACE/GEORGEFLOYD-ANNIVERSARY
RTXCKPKL
May 10, 2021
Jessica Moore, of Ullin, Illinois, poses for a photo on the street where she was photographed speaking...
ANNA, UNITED STATES
One year on from George Floyd's death that sparked nationwide protests
Jessica Moore, of Ullin, Illinois, poses for a photo on the street where she was photographed speaking with a counter-protester during last year's rally for racial justice in Anna, Illinois, U.S., May 10, 2021. "It made me feel sad that people didn't understand what we were out there doing, that we weren't out here to destroy anything," Moore said when asked about last year's protests. "Now I look back and I'm proud of myself for standing up for something I believed in," she added. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB4T
May 10, 2021
Sousei Ajioka, 47, the Urasenke Tea master, poses for a portrait as he demonstrates Chado, the way of...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Sousei Ajioka, 47, the Urasenke Tea master, poses for a portrait as he demonstrates Chado, the way of tea, during a tea ceremony at his tea room in Tokyo, Japan, May 10, 2021. "Through studying the tea ceremony, the heart of it is everybody sharing and getting along with each other, but that kind of exchange has been cut off by the coronavirus. My honest feeling is that the Olympics, which are one opportunity for these exchanges, are difficult under the current conditions," said Ajioka. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB4Z
May 05, 2021
Mirei Sakai, 73, a pensioner and former caretaker for people with disabilities, poses for a portrait...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Mirei Sakai, 73, a pensioner and former caretaker for people with disabilities, poses for a portrait as she visits the Sugamo district, an area popular with the Japanese elderly, in Tokyo, Japan, May 5, 2021. Sakai is adamant the Games should be called off. "The pandemic is a terrible situation all over the world right now. In the middle of this, you'd invite foreigners over here," she said. "I feel sorry for the athletes, but it's unavoidable." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-ECONOMY/HOUSING-FLORIDA
RTXC1LWC
May 05, 2021
Jay Cardiello who walks his dog near his new home says "I feel lucky to have bought a home early last...
Tampa, UNITED STATES
Housing boom comes to Florida
Jay Cardiello who walks his dog near his new home says "I feel lucky to have bought a home early last year before the pandemic" in Tampa, Florida, U.S., May 5, 2021. REUTERS/Octavio Jones
HONGKONG-SECURITY/CITY
RTXDRGZ0
May 04, 2021
Kayla Chan, 25, poses for a photograph at Victoria Park, in Hong Kong, China, May 4, 2021. "As a permanent...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: In a scarred Hong Kong, "beautiful things are gone\
Kayla Chan, 25, poses for a photograph at Victoria Park, in Hong Kong, China, May 4, 2021. "As a permanent resident of Hong Kong, I suppose I have the right to walk on the streets freely. When you put water barriers and the road is not under construction, I have to avoid it without a reasonable explanation of what's going on. If I touch the water barrier, will I be stopped and searched? When I see them, I feel highly alert and I feel like it is a high-risk place. The water barriers are an extension of the oppression of critical voices by the state apparatus. Although social movements are dead in Hong Kong now, the water barriers and the mesh wires are still here to remind us of what happened and the unresolved problems." REUTERS/Lam Yik SEARCH "YIK SECURITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB4N
May 03, 2021
Shuta Yano, 28, a ball dancer, poses for a portrait as he performs on the street in Harajuku, Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Shuta Yano, 28, a ball dancer, poses for a portrait as he performs on the street in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, May 3, 2021. "I'm not an athlete, but I have spent my life mastering special skills, so in that sense I think I understand the athletes. So taking their point of view, I thought it would be good to hold them... But I've thought about it a lot and my feelings are a bit different now. Yes, they've spent their lives getting to this point. But holding the Olympics now is a situation that might not just change a few lives entirely, but many," said Yano. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-PORTRAITS
RTXCHB3L
May 02, 2021
Tomohiro Hirayama, 37, an office worker, poses with his wife Rio Matsumoto, an actress and yoga trainer,...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: From the streets of Tokyo, 22 residents weigh up the Olympic Games
Tomohiro Hirayama, 37, an office worker, poses with his wife Rio Matsumoto, an actress and yoga trainer, and his 11-month-old son for a portrait on their way to a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, May 2, 2021. "As for the Olympics, we've been in favour of them for quite a long time. The Olympic village is only a short walk from where we live and then the venues in the area have been completed. So from the point of view of those of us who live there, a sense of excitement about the Olympics and a positive feeling have strengthened," said Hirayama. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/OBESITY-MEXICO
RTXDBO2P
April 30, 2021
Food that contains approximately 6,000 calories that Saith, 14, used to consume in one day before taking...
Mexico City, Mexico
The Wider Image: Temptation everywhere: Mexican children struggle with obesity
Food that contains approximately 6,000 calories that Saith, 14, used to consume in one day before taking part in a weight loss program, is displayed for a photograph at his family home in Mexico City, Mexico, April 29, 2021. "I was bullied at school by teachers and classmates because I look very big for my age. I was bullied from kindergarten to primary school. I used to feel very sad, frustrated and angry, at some point I didn't want to go to school anymore," said Saith. Nutritionist Betzabe Salgado, who works at the Hospital Infantil de Mexico Federico Gomez, where Saith underwent a weight loss program, calculated the calorie amount. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "JASSO OBESITY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES.
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY0A
April 28, 2021
Shane Wolf, 18, gathers with other members of his lacrosse team on the North High School field, which...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic
Shane Wolf, 18, gathers with other members of his lacrosse team on the North High School field, which overlooks downtown Denver, Colorado, U.S., April 28, 2021. Wolf, who was accepted to the University of Denver, said success once meant wealth. "But now I'm really focused on the environment," he said. "Because of my culture, my mom and my grandpa." "I feel like we as young people have this sense of urgency and responsibility," Wolf said. "This generation just has such a responsibility to really save this planet." REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MYANMAR-POLITICS/VICTIM
RTXCQG5C
April 24, 2021
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, prepares to take a shower with...
Yangon, Myanmar
The Wider Image: 'For fallen souls' - A survivor says Myanmar fight must go on
Ko Phyo, 24, a protester who lost one leg during an anti-coup protest, prepares to take a shower with his two-year-old son Paing Phyo Oo at his home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, April 24, 2021. "I feel terrible when he asked, 'Dad, where's your leg?'," Ko Phyo said. "So, I replied, 'A dog's eaten my leg but it will grow later.' And he still believes it." REUTERS/Stringer SEARCH "PHYO YANGON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
OLYMPICS-2020/TOKYO-CHEER DANCERS
RTXC0JO7
April 23, 2021
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, colours in an adult colouring...
Yokohama, Japan
The Wider Image: Don't call us grannies: Meet Japan's senior cheer squad
Fumie Takino, 89, founder of a senior cheer squad called Japan Pom Pom, colours in an adult colouring book, on the day Japan declared its third state of emergency, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at her home in Yokohama, Japan, April 23, 2021. Picture taken April 23, 2021. "The last three or four years I've started to feel tired a lot more easily. Then having to be home because of the pandemic really meant my stamina fell. I don't feel anything while I'm practicing, but then the next day I feel pretty tired," Takino said. "I forget everything while I'm dancing." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON CHEER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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Coronavirus
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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTXBI5PY
April 15, 2021
Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 15-year-old cancer patient, and her mother Marisa Ford watch a personal video...
TAL-QROQQ, Malta
The Wider Image: The first photo I ever took of my daughter, and the last
Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 15-year-old cancer patient, and her mother Marisa Ford watch a personal video message for Rebecca from U.S. actor David Schwimmer in her room in Rainbow Ward at Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre in Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta December 8, 2020. Rebecca was a huge fan of the TV sitcom Friends and she and her father binge-watched all ten seasons of the show for a second time while in hospital. Schwimmer later said, "I know how much the show meant to her, and I feel so honored to have brought her any additional moments of joy or distraction those last weeks." REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
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