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USA-ELECTION/CPAC
RTSA5ZY1 
August 04, 2022 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion,... 
Dallas, UNITED STATES 
The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is held in Dallas 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, U.S., August 4, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CPAC
RTSA5ZXY 
August 04, 2022 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion,... 
Dallas, UNITED STATES 
The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is held in Dallas 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, U.S., August 4, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CPAC
RTSA5ZXX 
August 04, 2022 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion,... 
Dallas, UNITED STATES 
The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is held in Dallas 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, U.S., August 4, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CPAC
RTSA5ZWE 
August 04, 2022 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion,... 
Dallas, UNITED STATES 
The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is held in Dallas 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, U.S., August 4, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CPAC
RTSA5ZW8 
August 04, 2022 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion,... 
Dallas, UNITED STATES 
The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is held in Dallas 
Children look at and touch models of fetuses displayed at by the Students for Life, who oppose abortion, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, U.S., August 4, 2022. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
MISSISSIPPI-ABORTION/
RTXCJNXO 
May 21, 2021 
An anti-abortion protestor displays rubber fetuses for a photo that she hands to women hoping to dissuade... 
Jackson, UNITED STATES 
Jackson Women's Health Organization abortion clinic in Jackson, Mississippi 
An anti-abortion protestor displays rubber fetuses for a photo that she hands to women hoping to dissuade them from having an abortion, outside the Jackson Women?s Health Organization in Jackson, Mississippi, U.S. May 21, 2021. Picture taken May 21, 2021.REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein 
SOUTHKOREA-ABORTION/
RTS2H8WB 
April 11, 2019 
Pro-abortion law protesters hold up a picture depicting fetuses in sight of anti-abortion law protesters... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Pro-abortion law protesters hold up a picture depicting fetuses in sight of anti-abortion law protesters... 
Pro-abortion law protesters hold up a picture depicting fetuses in sight of anti-abortion law protesters (not pictured) during a rally to support the abortion law in front of the constitutional court in Seoul, South Korea, April 11, 2019. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
BOLIVIA-TRADITION/PACHAMAMA
RTX6DHYL 
August 01, 2018 
A couple sit in a stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol and... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A couple sit in a stall where supplies used as offerings to the Pachamama are sold in La Paz 
A couple sit in a stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol and wine are sold as offerings to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) on the first day of August, to give thanks and ask for good fortune according to the Andean culture, in La Paz, Bolivia, July 31, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-TRADITION/PACHAMAMA
RTX6DHYK 
August 01, 2018 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies for offerings to the Pachamama are sold in La Paz 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol and wine are sold as offerings to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) on the first day of August, to give thanks and ask for good fortune according to the Andean culture, in La Paz, Bolivia, July 31, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-TRADITION/PACHAMAMA
RTX6DHYJ 
August 01, 2018 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies for offerings to the Pachamama are sold in La Paz 
A woman sits in her stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol and wine are sold as offerings to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) on the first day of August, to give thanks and ask for good fortune according to the Andean culture, in La Paz, Bolivia, July 31, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-TRADITION/PACHAMAMA
RTX6DHY2 
August 01, 2018 
A man stands next to a stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A man stands next to a stall where offerings to the Pachamama are sold in La Paz 
A man stands next to a stall where supplies such as candies, herbs, coca leaves, llama fetuses, alcohol and wine are sold as offerings to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) on the first day of August, to give thanks and ask for good fortune according to the Andean culture, in La Paz, Bolivia, July 31, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX30BIZ 
February 09, 2017 
Adriana Melo, the doctor who first linked the Zika virus to deformed fetuses, attends an interview with... 
CAMPINA GRANDE, Brazil 
Adriana Melo, the doctor who first linked the Zika virus to deformed fetuses, attends an interview with... 
Adriana Melo, the doctor who first linked the Zika virus to deformed fetuses, attends an interview with Reuters in Campina Grande, Paraiba state, Brazil, February 7, 2017. Picture taken February 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
INDIA-ANIMALS/
RTSUPVI 
December 05, 2016 
People prepare to bury a female elephant and two fetuses, who according to the forest officials were... 
HOJAI, India 
People prepare to bury a female elephant and two fetuses, who according to the forest officials were... 
People prepare to bury a female elephant and two fetuses, who according to the forest officials were killed after being hit by a train in the Hojai district in the northeastern state of Assam, India, December 5, 2016. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika 
USA-PANDA/
RTX1OUKZ 
August 19, 2015 
An ultrasound image of the National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang is pictured in this handout photograph... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Handout photograph shows an ultrasound image of Smithsonian National Zoo giant panda Mei Xiang. 
An ultrasound image of the National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang is pictured in this handout photograph taken and released on August 19, 2015. Mei Xiang is believed to be carrying a developing fetus and could give birth in coming weeks, the Washington zoo said on Wednesday. Veterinarians detected a 1.6-inch (4-cm) fetus during a Wednesday ultrasound, the zoo said in a statement. REUTERS/Smithsonian's National Zoo/Handout via Reuters FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS 
EUROZONE-GREECE/BAILOUT
RTX1NUJ8 
August 11, 2015 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words... 
Athens, Greece 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip in Athens 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words "Welcome...you owe to TROIKA 36730 euros" in Athens, August 11, 2015. Greece and its international lenders clinched a multi-billion-euro bailout agreement on Tuesday after marathon talks through the night, officials said, raising hopes aid can be disbursed in time for a major debt repayment falling due in days. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
EUROZONE-GREECE/BAILOUT
RTX1NUJ7 
August 11, 2015 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words... 
Athens, Greece 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip in Athens 
A man makes his way past a stencil painted by street artist Flip, depicting an unborn child and the words "Welcome...you owe to TROIKA 36730 euros" in Athens, August 11, 2015. Greece and its international lenders clinched a multi-billion-euro bailout agreement on Tuesday after marathon talks through the night, officials said, raising hopes aid can be disbursed in time for a major debt repayment falling due in days. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis 
CHILE-ABORTION/
RTX1N2DF 
August 04, 2015 
Archbishop Gonzalo Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally... 
Valparaiso, Chile 
Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally against the draft... 
Archbishop Gonzalo Duarte prays as he holds a fetus figurine and a baby outside Congress during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Valparaiso, August 4, 2015. President Michelle Bachelet's push to relax strict abortion laws in socially conservative Chile has created a rift inside her ruling coalition and key elements of the reform are likely to be scratched. Bachelet's proposals would allow an abortion if a mother's life is in danger, if a fetus is unviable or when a pregnancy is a result of rape. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOK1 
August 01, 2015 
A man prepares offerings at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A man prepares offerings at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings near La Paz 
A man prepares offerings at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farm, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJX 
August 01, 2015 
An Aymara man is seen at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama', near La Paz, August... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
An Aymara man is seen at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama', near La Paz 
An Aymara man is seen at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama', near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJW 
August 01, 2015 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama'... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama'... 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJU 
August 01, 2015 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama'... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama'... 
A witch doctor makes a ritual for a family at 'La Cumbre' a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJM 
August 01, 2015 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJL 
August 01, 2015 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz 
People gather at 'La Cumbre', a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOJ5 
August 01, 2015 
A witch doctor sprays beer on an offering to goddess 'Pachamama' at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz, August 1,... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A witch doctor sprays beer on an offering to goddess 'Pachamama' at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz 
A witch doctor sprays beer on an offering to goddess 'Pachamama' at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms, health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOIO 
August 01, 2015 
A witch doctor stands next to a car to bless it at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A witch doctor stands next to a car to bless it at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz 
A witch doctor stands next to a car to bless it at 'La Cumbre' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms and health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado? 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MOGQ 
August 01, 2015 
Men are seen at "La Cumbre" a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015.... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Men are seen at "La Cumbre" a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz 
Men are seen at "La Cumbre" a place for offerings to goddess 'Pachamama' near La Paz, August 1, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to 'Pachamama' to give thanks for their farms and health and protection. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLT 
August 01, 2015 
Offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) are seen at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, July 31,... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Offerings for the "Pachamama" are seen at the witch doctor's street in La Paz 
Offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) are seen at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLP 
August 01, 2015 
A woman (C) shops for an offering at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, July 31, 2015. According to... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A woman shops for an offering at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, 
A woman (C) shops for an offering at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLL 
August 01, 2015 
Aymara women sell offerings pieces at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Boliva July 31, 2015. According... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Aymara women sell offerings pieces at the witch doctor's street in La Paz 
Aymara women sell offerings pieces at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Boliva July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the all the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLI 
August 01, 2015 
Aymara women are seen next to a stand with offering products at the witch doctor's street in La Paz,... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Aymara women are seen next to a stand with offering products at the witch doctor's street in La Paz 
Aymara women are seen next to a stand with offering products at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Bolivia July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the all the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (Earth Mother) to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLH 
August 01, 2015 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Bolivia... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" at the witch doctor's street in La Paz 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Bolivia July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the all the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-RELIGION/
RTX1MMLC 
August 01, 2015 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Bolivia... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" at the witch doctor's street in La Paz 
People buy offerings for the "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) at the witch doctor's street in La Paz, Bolivia July 31, 2015. According to Andean culture, the all the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado
CHILE-ABORTION/
RTX1L3GD 
July 20, 2015 
Demonstrators wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the... 
Santiago, Chile 
Demonstrators wearing medical clothing as hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the... 
Demonstrators wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Santiago, March 23, 2015 file picture. President Michelle Bachelet's push to relax strict abortion laws in socially conservative Chile has created a rift inside her ruling coalition and key elements of the reform are likely to be scratched. Leading lawmakers in the Christian Democrat party, the coalition's senior partner, told Reuters that fewer than a third of its 21 legislators in the lower chamber of Congress fully support the proposed reform. The name on the box reads, "Manuela". Picture taken March 23, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado 
CHILE-WOMEN-ABORTION/
RTR4UJHH 
March 23, 2015 
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean... 
Santiago, Chile 
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean... 
Women wearing medical clothing hold fake fetuses during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Santiago, March 23, 2015. Chile is considering a bill to ease a complete ban on abortion that would allow the potentially life-saving procedure under certain circumstances and has a high chance of being passed by lawmakers, a rights group said. The draft law introduced to Congress last week would permit abortion when a mother's life is at risk, when a fetus would not survive the pregnancy or in the case of rape. The banners read, "We will be happier".   REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WOMEN-ABORTION/
RTR4UJH3 
March 23, 2015 
A woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks... 
Santiago, Chile 
Woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to... 
A woman holds a fake fetus during a rally against the draft law of the Chilean government which seeks to legalize abortion, in Santiago, March 23, 2015. Chile is considering a bill to ease a complete ban on abortion that would allow the potentially life-saving procedure under certain circumstances and has a high chance of being passed by lawmakers, a rights group said. The draft law introduced to Congress last week would permit abortion when a mother's life is at risk, when a fetus would not survive the pregnancy or in the case of rape. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOWH 
January 31, 2015 
A three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian... 
Tallinn, Estonia 
A 3D print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn 
A three-dimensional (3D) print model of an unborn baby is pictured in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH) 
ESTONIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4NOVQ 
January 31, 2015 
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn... 
Tallinn, Estonia 
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a 3D print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn 
Mother-to-be Maarja Lants looks at a three-dimensional (3D) print model of her unborn baby in Tallinn January 28, 2015. An Estonian 3D technology company has found a way to make pregnancy more exciting, giving parents and loved ones the opportunity to touch their baby before it is even born by printing out 3D foetus models. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ESTONIA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX10VBC 
June 20, 2013 
llama fetuses are set on fire as part of offerings during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
llama fetuses are set on fire as part of offerings during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara... 
llama fetuses are set on fire as part of offerings during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara year in La Paz June 20, 2013. Winter solstice coincides with the Aymara new year that begins on Friday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX10VB7 
June 20, 2013 
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye... 
A Bolivian Aymara woman holds an offering consisting of a llama fetus during celebrations bidding goodbye to the old Aymara year in La Paz June 20, 2013. Winter solstice coincides with the Aymara new year that begins on Friday. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
TAIWAN/
RTR3DHID 
February 08, 2013 
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan, southern Taiwan,... 
Tainan, Taiwan 
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan 
A cobra embryo is displayed at a snake farm ahead of the Spring Festival in Tainan, southern Taiwan, February 5, 2013. Eating cobra eggs with embryo is believed to be good for health, according to snake farm owner Huang Kuo-nan. The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, begins on February 10 and marks the start of the Year of the Snake, according to the Chinese zodiac. Picture taken February 5, 2013. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) 
HONDURAS/
RTR3A7MP 
November 09, 2012 
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa... 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras 
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa... 
A plastinated human fetus is seen at the "Body Worlds" exhibition by Gunther von Hagen in Tegucigalpa November 8, 2012. German anatomist Von Hagen invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition displays whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of the human anatomy. Picture taken November 8, 2012 REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
NIRELAND-ABORTION/
RTR39A89 
October 18, 2012 
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes... 
Belfast, United Kingdom 
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes... 
A pro-life campaigner holds up a model of a 12-week-old embryo during a protest outside the Marie Stopes clinic in Belfast October 18, 2012. The first private clinic offering abortions opened in Northern Ireland on Thursday, making access to abortion much easier for women in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VGC 
August 01, 2012 
Bolivian people attend a ceremony to make offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
Bolivian people attend a ceremony to make offerings to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
Bolivian people attend a ceremony to make offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VG2 
August 01, 2012 
A witch doctor who provides materials used in offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) is seen in La Cumbre,... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
A witch doctor who provides materials used in offerings to "Pachamama" is seen in La Cumbre 
A witch doctor who provides materials used in offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) is seen in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VET 
August 01, 2012 
A man sprays beer as an offering to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
A man sprays beer as an offering to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
A man sprays beer as an offering to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VEG 
August 01, 2012 
Bolivian women stand near their offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, about 30 km (19... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
Bolivian women stand near their offerings to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
Bolivian women stand near their offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, about 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz, August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VEE 
August 01, 2012 
Bolivian women and a witch doctor participate in an offering to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre,... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
Bolivian women and a witch doctor participate in an offering to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
Bolivian women and a witch doctor participate in an offering to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35VC4 
August 01, 2012 
People prepare to give offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
People prepare to give offerings to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
People prepare to give offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz, August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35V8V 
August 01, 2012 
An Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays beer over a man while making offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays beer over a man while making offerings to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre... 
An Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays beer over a man while making offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, about 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz, August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR35V8K 
August 01, 2012 
An Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays wine over offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre,... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays wine over offerings to "Pachamama" in La Cumbre 
An Aymara indigenous witch doctor sprays wine over offerings to "Pachamama" (Mother Earth) in La Cumbre, about 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz, August 1, 2012. According to Andean culture, the month of August is a time to give offerings to "Pachamama" to give thanks for their farms and health. The Aymaras use coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dried fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol during these rituals. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
USA/
RTR3183K 
April 25, 2012 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George... 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George delivers a blessing to the remains of indigent people being buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago, Illinois, April 25, 2012. Catholic Charities recently announced that they would donate 300 free gravesites to help alleviate the amount of bodies stacked up at the Cook County morgue. A county spokesperson, however, said that mass burials will continue monthly, at a different cemetery. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY) 
USA/
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April 25, 2012 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George... 
Pall bearers stand beside the graves of 13 adults and 125 fetuses as Chicago Cardinal Francis George delivers a blessing to the remains of indigent people being buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago, Illinois, April 25, 2012. Catholic Charities recently announced that they would donate 300 free gravesites to help alleviate the amount of bodies stacked up at the Cook County morgue. A county spokesperson, however, said that mass burials will continue monthly, at a different cemetery. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY) 
USA/
RTR31836 
April 25, 2012 
The remains of 125 fetuses are set to be buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago,... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
The remains of 125 fetuses are set to be buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago... 
The remains of 125 fetuses are set to be buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago, Illinois, April 25, 2012. Catholic Charities recently announced that they would donate 300 free gravesites to help alleviate the amount of bodies stacked up at the Cook County morgue. A county spokesperson, however, said that mass burials will continue monthly, at a different cemetery. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY) 
USA/
RTR31830 
April 25, 2012 
Over 125 fetuses and 13 adult remains are carried by hearses to a graveside ceremony at Mt. Olivet cemetery... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Over 125 fetuses and 13 adult remains are carried by hearses to a graveside ceremony at Mt. Olivet cemetery... 
Over 125 fetuses and 13 adult remains are carried by hearses to a graveside ceremony at Mt. Olivet cemetery on the southwest side of Chicago, Illinois, April 25, 2012. Catholic Charities recently announced that they would donate 300 free gravesites to help alleviate the amount of bodies stacked up at the Cook County morgue. A county spokesperson, however, said that mass burials will continue monthly, at a different cemetery. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY) 
HUNGARY
RTR308OF 
April 02, 2012 
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center... 
Budapest, Hungary 
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center... 
A visitor looks at a preserved human body on display at an exhibition in Budapest's Vam Design Center April 2, 2012. The exhibition showcases dissected real human body specimens that are preserved through an innovative process and respectfully presented, giving visitors the opportunity to view the beauty and complexity of their own organs and systems. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
ITALY/
RTR2RMO8 
September 21, 2011 
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September... 
Rome, Italy 
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome 
A plastinated foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method for preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
ITALY/
RTR2RMMC 
September 21, 2011 
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen... 
Rome, Italy 
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen... 
A plastinated human body with a foetus is seen during the exhibition "Body Worlds" by Gunther von Hagen in Rome September 21, 2011. Von Hagen is a German anatomist who invented plastination, the method of preserving biological tissue specimens. The exhibition shows whole bodies plastinated in lifelike poses and dissected to show various structures and system of human anatomy. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR2PJ3U 
August 01, 2011 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2011. According to Andean culture, the month of August is the time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (mother earth). For these rituals, the Aymaras make offerings with coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dry fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol. The indigenous give thanks for their farms and their health. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR2PJ3S 
August 01, 2011 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km on the outskirts of La... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2011. According to Andean culture, the month of August is the time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (mother earth). For these rituals, the Aymaras make offerings with coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dry fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol. The indigenous give thanks for their farms and their health. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR2PJ3P 
August 01, 2011 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts... 
LA CUMBRE, Bolivia 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre 
People attend "Pachamama" (mother earth) celebrations in La Cumbre, some 30 km (19 miles) on the outskirts of La Paz August 1, 2011. According to Andean culture, the month of August is the time to give offerings to "Pachamama" (mother earth). For these rituals, the Aymaras make offerings with coca leaves, candies, animal fat, llama fetuses, some dry fruits, powdered minerals and alcohol. The indigenous give thanks for their farms and their health. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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