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USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX7I1JI
May 08, 2020
A Confederate flag flaps in the wind in front of a home in Dagsboro, Delaware, U.S., May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin...
DAGSBORO, UNITED STATES
Confederate flag flies in front of a home in Delaware
A Confederate flag flaps in the wind in front of a home in Dagsboro, Delaware, U.S., May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS3827L
April 03, 2020
A U.S. flag flaps in the wind amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in a cemetery in Malden,...
Malden, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Massachusetts
A U.S. flag flaps in the wind amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in a cemetery in Malden, Massachusetts, U.S., April 3, 2020. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS38272
April 03, 2020
A U.S. flag flaps in the wind amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in a cemetery in Malden,...
Malden, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Massachusetts
A U.S. flag flaps in the wind amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in a cemetery in Malden, Massachusetts, U.S., April 3, 2020. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-TRUMP/
RTS35EMG
March 09, 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump's tie flaps during a wind gust as he boards Air Force One at Orlando Sanford...
Sanford, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Orlando Sanford International Airport in Sanford,...
U.S. President Donald Trump's tie flaps during a wind gust as he boards Air Force One at Orlando Sanford International Airport in Sanford, Florida, U.S., March 9, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
Spotlight
Spotlight
Mercedes-Benz unveils Avatar-themed car
11 PICTURES
NEPAL-ANIMALS/
RTS2V3VN
December 16, 2019
A swan flaps its wings during the sunset on the pond at the Central Zoo in Lalitpur, Nepal December 16,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A swan flaps its wings during the sunset on the pond at the Central Zoo in Lalitpur
A swan flaps its wings during the sunset on the pond at the Central Zoo in Lalitpur, Nepal December 16, 2019. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-MUSIC/MARIACHIS
RTX7A20K
November 22, 2019
A mariachi is pictured with an image of Santa Cecilia on the flap during a service to celebrate Santa...
Mexico City, Mexico
A mariachi is pictured with an image of Santa Cecilia on the flap during a service to celebrate Santa...
A mariachi is pictured with an image of Santa Cecilia on the flap during a service to celebrate Santa Cecilia, patron of musicians in Mexico City, Mexico, November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
RUSSIA-WEATHER/
RTX76PTO
October 08, 2019
A duck flaps its wings in a pond in Tsarskoe Selo outside Saint Petersburg, Russia October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Anton...
Saint Petersburg, Russia
A duck flaps its wings in a pond in Tsarskoe Selo outside Saint Petersburg
A duck flaps its wings in a pond in Tsarskoe Selo outside Saint Petersburg, Russia October 8, 2019. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
NEW YORK-DUCK/
RTX6IGZY
December 13, 2018
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan...
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., December 13, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Segar
NEW YORK-DUCK/
RTX6IGXY
December 13, 2018
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan...
A Mandarin Duck, a native species to East Asia, flaps its wings in The Pond in Central Park in Manhattan in New York City, New York, U.S., December 13, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Segar
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6EXDR
October 12, 2018
An American flag flaps in the breeze amid the debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael at Mexico...
Mexico Beach, UNITED STATES
An American flag flaps in the breeze amid the debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael at Mexico...
An American flag flaps in the breeze amid the debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael at Mexico Beach, Florida, U.S., October 12, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Nesius
AUTOSHOW-PARIS/
RTS2435U
October 04, 2018
The loading flap of the electrically operated KIA e-Niro is seen at the Paris auto show in Paris, France,...
Paris, France
Paris Auto Show
The loading flap of the electrically operated KIA e-Niro is seen at the Paris auto show in Paris, France, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
BRITAIN-EU/VOTERS
RTX5EQJ1
March 28, 2018
A tattered European Flag flies on the seafront in Great Yarmouth, Britain, March 20, 2018. Picture taken...
GREAT YARMOUTH, United Kingdom
A tattered European Flag flies on the seafront in Great Yarmouth
A tattered European Flag flies on the seafront in Great Yarmouth, Britain, March 20, 2018. Picture taken March 20, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
FOOTBALL-NFL-SUPERBOWL/POST GAME
RTX4PU80
February 04, 2018
A fan flaps his arms while running up the Philadelphia Art Museum, before the Super Bowl LII game between...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
A fan flaps his arms while running up the Philadelphia Art Museum, before the Super Bowl LII game between...
A fan flaps his arms while running up the Philadelphia Art Museum, before the Super Bowl LII game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., February 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-THANKSGIVING/TRUMP
RTX3JGJ0
November 21, 2017
Staff from the National Turkey Federation jump in to calm "Drumstick" the turkey as it flaps its wings...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Tiffany Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardoning ceremony at the White House in Washington...
Staff from the National Turkey Federation jump in to calm "Drumstick" the turkey as it flaps its wings causing U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany (R) to jump away after it was pardoned by the president during the 70th National Thanksgiving turkey pardoning ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., November 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
USA-THANKSGIVING/TRUMP
RTX3JGFG
November 21, 2017
Staff from the National Turkey Federation jump in to calm "Drumstick" the turkey as it flaps its wings...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardoning ceremony at the White House...
Staff from the National Turkey Federation jump in to calm "Drumstick" the turkey as it flaps its wings causing U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany (R) to jump away after it was pardoned by the president during the 70th National Thanksgiving turkey pardoning ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., November 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
BELARUS-OSCE/
RTX39Y4Y
July 04, 2017
Flags of Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and...
Minsk, Belarus
Flags of Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and...
Flags of Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and Belarussian national flags flap in the wind on the eve of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly 2017 Annual Session, in Minsk, Belarus July 4, 2017. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BRITAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2R2P4
October 30, 2016
A mallard duck flaps its wings on Faskally Loch in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Russell...
PITLOCHRY, United Kingdom
A mallard duck flaps its wings on Faskally Loch in Pitlochry
A mallard duck flaps its wings on Faskally Loch in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS C
RTX1N9XH
August 06, 2015
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS - UPDATE. 3D diagram locating flaperons on a Boeing 777 aircraft. (SIN03
Malaysia
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS C
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS - UPDATE. 3D diagram locating flaperons on a Boeing 777 aircraft. (SIN03
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUGP
August 03, 2015
Turkish soldiers stand guard at the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis, bordering with the Islamic State-held...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
Turkish soldiers stand guard on the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis
Turkish soldiers stand guard at the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis, bordering with the Islamic State-held Syrian town of Jarablus, in Gaziantep province, Turkey August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people that sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUFU
August 03, 2015
A masked man stands next to an excavator as it digs trenches in the Islamic State-held Syrian town of...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
A masked man stands next to an excavator as it digs trenches in the Islamic State-held Syrian town of...
A masked man stands next to an excavator as it digs trenches in the Islamic State-held Syrian town of Jarablus, as they are pictured from the Turkish border town of Karkamis, in Gaziantep province, Turkey August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people, that sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUEZ
August 03, 2015
A Turkish soldier stands guard at the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis, bordering with the Islamic State-held...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
A Turkish soldier stands guard on the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis
A Turkish soldier stands guard at the Turkish-Syrian border in Karkamis, bordering with the Islamic State-held Syrian town of Jarablus, in Gaziantep province, Turkey, August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people that sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUEG
August 03, 2015
An Islamic State flag flies over the custom office of Syria's Jarablus border gate as it is pictured...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
An Islamic State flag flies over the customs office of Syria's Jarablus border gate as it is pictured...
An Islamic State flag flies over the custom office of Syria's Jarablus border gate as it is pictured from the Turkish town of Karkamis, in Gaziantep province, Turkey August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people that sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUDI
August 03, 2015
A Turkish military warning sign, with the closed Karkamis border gate in the background, is pictured...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
A Turkish military warning sign is pictured in Karkamis
A Turkish military warning sign, with the closed Karkamis border gate in the background, is pictured in Karkamis, bordering with the Islamic State-held Syrian town of Jarablus, in Gaziantep province, Turkey August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people that sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-BORDER
RTX1MUCV
August 03, 2015
A Turkish flag flies over the Karkamis border crossing, as an Islamic State flag is seen at the customs...
KARKAMIS, Turkey
A Turkish flag flies over the Karkamis border crossing as an Islamic State flag is seen at the customs...
A Turkish flag flies over the Karkamis border crossing, as an Islamic State flag is seen at the customs office of Syria's Jarablus border gate in the background, in Karkamis, in Gaziantep province, Turkey August 1, 2015. Karkamis is a Turkish town of 10,500 people, sits directly opposite the border post. Shut for more than a year, the military sealed the crossing with a breeze block wall a few months ago. Behind it, just inside Syria, the black flag of Islamic State flaps in the breeze. Karkamis lies on the northeastern edge of a rectangle of Syrian territory some 80 km (50 miles) long, controlled by the radical Islamists. The United States and Turkey hope that by sweeping Islamic State from this border zone, they can deprive it of a smuggling route which has seen its ranks swollen with foreign fighters and its coffers boosted by illicit trade. Picture taken August 1, 2015. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS C
RTX1MDR3
July 30, 2015
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS - 3D diagram locating the flaperons on a Boeing 777 aircraft. (SIN02)
Malaysia
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS C
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/FLAPS - 3D diagram locating the flaperons on a Boeing 777 aircraft. (SIN02)
NFL-PATRIOTS/MARINO
RTR4MDQB
January 21, 2015
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York, January 21, 2015. Marino liked to rough footballs up during his Hall of Fame career in order to gain a better grip but does not believe Tom Brady had anything to do with the New England Patriots' deflated balls flap. The NFL is investigating whether the Patriots used deflated balls to gain a better grip in a rout of the Indianapolis Colts that clinched a Super Bowl berth. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
NFL-PATRIOTS/MARINO
RTR4MDQ7
January 21, 2015
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York, January 21, 2015. Marino liked to rough footballs up during his Hall of Fame career in order to gain a better grip but does not believe Tom Brady had anything to do with the New England Patriots' deflated balls flap. The NFL is investigating whether the Patriots used deflated balls to gain a better grip in a rout of the Indianapolis Colts that clinched a Super Bowl berth. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
NFL-PATRIOTS/MARINO
RTR4MDPS
January 21, 2015
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York, January 21, 2015. Marino liked to rough footballs up during his Hall of Fame career in order to gain a better grip but does not believe Tom Brady had anything to do with the New England Patriots' deflated balls flap. The NFL is investigating whether the Patriots used deflated balls to gain a better grip in a rout of the Indianapolis Colts that clinched a Super Bowl berth. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
NFL-PATRIOTS/MARINO
RTR4MDPP
January 21, 2015
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York
Hall of Fame NFL football quarterback Dan Marino speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York, January 21, 2015. Marino liked to rough footballs up during his Hall of Fame career in order to gain a better grip but does not believe Tom Brady had anything to do with the New England Patriots' deflated balls flap. The NFL is investigating whether the Patriots used deflated balls to gain a better grip in a rout of the Indianapolis Colts that clinched a Super Bowl berth. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/
RTR4KTOO
January 10, 2015
A welcome banner flaps after being torn by heavy winds ahead of the English Premier League soccer match...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
A welcome banner flaps after being torn by heavy winds ahead of the English Premier League soccer match...
A welcome banner flaps after being torn by heavy winds ahead of the English Premier League soccer match between Everton and Manchester City at Goodison Park in Liverpool, northern England January 10, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UOU
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNW
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa, 5, stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNQ
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa, 5, stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNK
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico...
Fresa, 5, drinks water inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UNB
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UN5
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts...
Fresa, 5, looks at her owner Patricia Ruiz inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UKX
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes . After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hours intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
MEXICO-ANIMALS/
RTR44UKQ
September 04, 2014
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fresa stands inside dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City
Fresa, 5, stands inside the dog shelter "Santuario Milagros Caninos" on the outskirts of Mexico City August 29, 2014. Fresa underwent reconstructive surgery after her previous owners hacked off half of her snout with a sharp object, possibly a machete, according to surgeon Jesus Paredes. After neighbours found Fresa wandering on the streets, they handed her over to a shelter where Paredes performed a three-hour intervention to enable her to breathe again through her nostrils, to remove her protruding jaw and reconstruct the lips with flaps of skin and mucous. Picture taken August 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICOANIMALS SOCIETY - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-OBAMA/
RTR3TPK4
June 14, 2014
American flags flap in the wind at the Cannon Ball Flag Day celebration at the Cannon Ball Powwow Grounds...
Cannon Ball, UNITED STATES
American flags flap in the wind at the Cannon Ball Flag Day celebration at the Cannon Ball Powwow Grounds...
American flags flap in the wind at the Cannon Ball Flag Day celebration at the Cannon Ball Powwow Grounds on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, June 13, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3SVNL
June 09, 2014
Templates of the names of fallen service personnel including murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby, flap in the...
ALREWAS, United Kingdom
Templates of names of fallen service personnel including murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby, flap in the wind...
Templates of the names of fallen service personnel including murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby, flap in the wind as Stonemason Nick Hindle adds the names of the 17 British military personnel who lost their lives in 2013, to the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas, central England June 9, 2014. Rigby, a 25-year-old Afghan war veteran, was murdered in Woolwich, southeast London, on May 22, 2013. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY OBITUARY)
NEWZEALAND-LAMB/CHINA
RTX18BF8
February 06, 2014
A worker prepares meat at Alliance Group's meat plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot...
LEVIN, New Zealand
Workers prepares meat at Alliance Groupp's meat plant in Levin
A worker prepares meat at Alliance Group's meat plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot pot, a traditional Asian shared dish, offering cost-conscious diners healthy, homegrown fare - slivers of meat and vegetables served in a broth - is giving McDonald's Corp, Yum Brands Inc and others a run for their money in China's $174 billion fast food market. The explosion in demand for secondary cuts such as caps and flaps helped drive New Zealand's sheepmeat trade to China to $550 million in 2013, up around fivefold from 2010, and a big boost for a farm sector that has seen sluggish demand from traditional markets in Europe. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Naomi Tajisu (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
NEWZEALAND-LAMB/CHINA
RTX18BF7
February 06, 2014
Workers prepare meat at Alliance Group's meat plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot...
LEVIN, New Zealand
Workers prepare meat at Alliance Group's meat plant in Levin, New Zealand
Workers prepare meat at Alliance Group's meat plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot pot, a traditional Asian shared dish, offering cost-conscious diners healthy, homegrown fare - slivers of meat and vegetables served in a broth - is giving McDonald's Corp, Yum Brands Inc and others a run for their money in China's $174 billion fast food market. The explosion in demand for secondary cuts such as caps and flaps helped drive New Zealand's sheepmeat trade to China to $550 million in 2013, up around fivefold from 2010, and a big boost for a farm sector that has seen sluggish demand from traditional markets in Europe. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Naomi Tajisu (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
NEWZEALAND-LAMB/CHINA
RTX1881Q
February 04, 2014
Workers pack meat at Alliance Group's plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot pot, a traditional...
LEVIN, New Zealand
Workers pack meat at Alliance Group's plant in Levin
Workers pack meat at Alliance Group's plant in Levin December 2, 2013. The popularity of hot pot, a traditional Asian shared dish, offering cost-conscious diners healthy, homegrown fare - slivers of meat and vegetables served in a broth - is giving McDonald's Corp, Yum Brands Inc and others a run for their money in China's $174 billion fast food market. The explosion in demand for secondary cuts such as caps and flaps helped drive New Zealand's sheepmeat trade to China to $550 million in 2013, up around fivefold from 2010, and a big boost for a farm sector that has seen sluggish demand from traditional markets in Europe. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Naomi Tajisu (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XVE
November 29, 2013
Syrian refugees are seen outside their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal,...
ARSAL, Lebanon
Syrian refugees are seen outside their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal
Syrian refugees are seen outside their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XV4
November 29, 2013
A Syrian refugee boy reads a book outside a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal,...
ARSAL, Lebanon
A Syrian refugee boy reads a book outside a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal...
A Syrian refugee boy reads a book outside a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XV0
November 29, 2013
A Syrian refugee boy washes his feet outside tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of...
ARSAL, Lebanon
A Syrian refugee boy washes his feet outside tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of...
A Syrian refugee boy washes his feet outside tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XUO
November 29, 2013
Newly arrived Syrian refugees carry mattresses and covers to their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese...
ARSAL, Lebanon
Newly arrived Syrian refugees carry mattresses and covers to their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese...
Newly arrived Syrian refugees carry mattresses and covers to their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XUF
November 29, 2013
A UNHCR employee teaches personal hygiene to Syrian refugee children outside their tents set up by the...
ARSAL, Lebanon
A UNHCR employee teaches personal hygiene to Syrian refugee children outside their tents set up by the...
A UNHCR employee teaches personal hygiene to Syrian refugee children outside their tents set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XUC
November 29, 2013
Syrian refugees peek out from a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the...
ARSAL, Lebanon
Syrian refugees peek out from a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal
Syrian refugees peek out from a tent set up by the U.N. at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XU3
November 29, 2013
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal,...
ARSAL, Lebanon
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal...
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside the Lebanese mountain town of Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CAMPS
RTX15XTW
November 29, 2013
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal,...
ARSAL, Lebanon
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal...
A general view shows tents set up by the U.N. for Syrian refugees at the Lebanese border town of Arsal, in the eastern Bekaa Valley November 29, 2013. White tents with "The U.N. Refugee Agency" written on them flap in the wind outside Arsal. Children run past latrines and water points. In all respects, it is a refugee camp, but you must not call it that, say officials. The site is home to about 350 people who have fled the civil war in neighbouring Syria - the first officially U.N.-run plot set up for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, complete with running water, toilets and other services. But in a sign of the extreme sensitivities over refugees in the Mediterranean state, the authorities are doing all they can to play down any suggestion it is a settled facility for long-term residents. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
LIBYAGOLF/
RTX14TIM
October 30, 2013
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, stands next to his bag of golf clubs as he plays a game near the beach in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, stands next to his bag of golf clubs as he plays a game near the beach in Tripoli
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, stands next to his bag of golf clubs as he plays a game near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT SOCIETY GOLF)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TIK
October 30, 2013
Boys play golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional...
Tripoli, Libya
Boys play golf near the beach in Tripoli
Boys play golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT GOLF SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TIG
October 30, 2013
Ahmed Habara, 11, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes...
Tripoli, Libya
Ahmed Habara, 11, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli
Ahmed Habara, 11, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT SOCIETY GOLF)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TIF
October 30, 2013
A boy shakes hands with a man as they play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September...
Tripoli, Libya
A boy shakes hands with a man as they play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli
A boy shakes hands with a man as they play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT SOCIETY GOLF)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TIE
October 30, 2013
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli...
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT GOLF SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TID
October 30, 2013
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli...
A golf club is positioned near a ball as a boy plays a game near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT GOLF SOCIETY)
LIBYAGOLF/
RTX14TI7
October 30, 2013
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli
Mohamed Sobhy, 10, plays golf near the beach in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT SOCIETY GOLF)
LIBYA-GOLF/
RTX14TI4
October 30, 2013
Boys play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn...
Tripoli, Libya
Boys play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli
Boys play golf near the beach in Gargaresh area in Tripoli September 17, 2013. Among the rubbish-strewn bushes and occasional bullet shells on the rocky ground, nine flimsy flags flapping in the breeze mark the holes of a golf course along Tripoli's Mediterranean coast. The occasional volley of automatic rifle fire in the distance is yet another of the unique "hazards", and a reminder of the chaos that still reigns in many parts of Libya. The course is mostly empty except for a few workers building what one day may become a clubhouse and a dog sniffing discarded water bottles, fish bones and trash peppering the fairway. This is not the lush greenery of Augusta or St Andrews but for Libya's golf fans the small course in the capital's upmarket Gargaresh area is one of a handful where they can get a game. To match Feature LIBYA-GOLF/ Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SPORT GOLF SOCIETY)
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