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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTX7N0LM
August 01, 2020
A social distancing sign is pictured at a fortune-teller, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease...
Whitby, United Kingdom
Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Whitby
A social distancing sign is pictured at a fortune-teller, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Whitby, Britain August 1, 2020. REUTERS/Smith Lee
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/NEIGHBORHOOD
RTS2TI04
October 30, 2019
Fortune teller Wai Nang-ping sits in her booth in a building next to the Wong Tai Sin Taoist temple during...
Hong Kong, China
Fortune teller Wai Nang-ping sits in her booth in a building next to the Wong Tai Sin Taoist temple during...
Fortune teller Wai Nang-ping sits in her booth in a building next to the Wong Tai Sin Taoist temple during an interview in Hong Kong, China September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/James Pomfret To match Special Report HONGKONG-PROTESTS/NEIGHBORHOOD
USA-CHINA/NORTHKOREA-BORDER
RTX33XQU
April 03, 2017
People gather around a fortune teller in front of the Broken and Friendship bridges across the Yalu River...
Dandong, China
The Wider Image: Evidence of strained ties on China-North Korea border
People gather around a fortune teller in front of the Broken and Friendship bridges across the Yalu River in Dandong, China's Liaoning province, March 30, 2017. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "DANDONG BORDER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Political Profile
Political Profile
Zhou Yongkang - 12 Jun 2015
27 PICTURES
INDIA/
RTR3JNHD
April 02, 2014
A woman reacts as she listens to a fortune telling machine at a beach along the Arabian Sea in Mumbai...
Mumbai, India
A woman reacts as she listens to a fortune telling machine at a beach along the Arabian Sea in Mumbai...
A woman reacts as she listens to a fortune telling machine at a beach along the Arabian Sea in Mumbai April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTX14PF2
October 26, 2013
A dog dressed as Zoltar the fortune teller takes part in the 23rd annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog...
New York, UNITED STATES
A dog dressed as Zoltar the fortune teller takes part in the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in...
A dog dressed as Zoltar the fortune teller takes part in the 23rd annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York October 26, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1468K
October 10, 2013
Flower pots hang from a balcony in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers...
Madrid, Spain
Flower pots hang from a balcony in central Madrid
Flower pots hang from a balcony in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. The new proposals in Madrid, which has promised to cut local taxes from 2015, could come into effect later this year. They also include a penalty of up to 3,000 euros ($4055) for placing flowerpots in precarious positions on balconies.REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1468D
October 10, 2013
Sonia Siles Perez prepares to walk her dogs in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
Sonia Siles Perez prepares to walk her dogs in Madrid
Sonia Siles Perez prepares to walk her dogs in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1468B
October 10, 2013
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past her in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past her in Madrid
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past her in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX14688
October 10, 2013
A woman takes her dogs for a walk in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers...
Madrid, Spain
A woman takes her dogs for a walk in central Madrid
A woman takes her dogs for a walk in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX14687
October 10, 2013
Sonia Siles Perez takes her dogs for a walk in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
Sonia Siles Perez takes her dogs for a walk in Madrid
Sonia Siles Perez takes her dogs for a walk in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1464U
October 10, 2013
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past in central Madrid
A beggar holds a plastic cup as people walk past in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1464N
October 10, 2013
A beggar holds a plastic cup as he asks for money in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
A beggar holds a plastic cup as he asks for money in central Madrid
A beggar holds a plastic cup as he asks for money in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/FINES
RTX1464I
October 10, 2013
A woman takes several dogs for a walk on leashes in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers...
Madrid, Spain
A woman walks several dogs on leashes in central Madrid
A woman takes several dogs for a walk on leashes in central Madrid, October 10, 2013. Beggars, dog-lovers and fortune-tellers who venture onto Madrid's busy streets may soon find themselves out of pocket as authorities in the city and elsewhere seek creative solutions to their financial problems.The Madrid council laid out plans this week to levy fines of 750 euros ($1,000) for public activities including soliciting for money outside shopping centres, feeding or washing dogs, reading tarot cards and performing acrobatics with a bike. Saddled with huge debts since a property bubble burst in 2008, Spain's autonomous regions and town halls have seen core revenues fall as unemployment holds stubbornly above 25 percent and corporate investments dry up. Many owe millions to service suppliers and staff. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTX13UOW
September 22, 2013
A fortune teller talks on her mobile phone as she waits for customers on the promenade in Blackpool,...
Blackpool, United Kingdom
A fortune teller talks on her mobile phone as she waits for customers on the promenade in Blackpool
A fortune teller talks on her mobile phone as she waits for customers on the promenade in Blackpool, northern England September 8, 2013. British beach resorts, which flourished in the 19th century and earlier, have tempted tourists for years with amusement arcades, fairground rides and cheap and cheerful souvenirs. However, as a 2013 report by the Centre for Social Justice states, many seaside towns suffered as from the 1970s it became cheaper and easier for British tourists to travel abroad. Now, according to the Office for National Statistics, larger seaside towns in England suffer from higher-than-average levels of deprivation compared to the rest of the country. Nevertheless, they do continue to attract holiday makers. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135L9
September 03, 2013
Shaman Choi Kuing-hun shakes flags as a method to foresee a child's future at his house in Seongnam,...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
Shaman Choi Kuing-hun shakes flags as a method to foresee a child's future at his house in Seongnam
Shaman Choi Kuing-hun shakes flags as a method to foresee a child's future at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul, August 16, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135KN
September 03, 2013
A mother gives a money to shaman Choi Kuing-hun after he foresaw her child's future at his house in Seongnam,...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
A mother gives a money to shaman Choi Kuing-hun after he foresaw her child's future at his house in Seongnam...
A mother gives a money to shaman Choi Kuing-hun after he foresaw her child's future at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul August 16, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135KI
September 03, 2013
A mother bows before religious idols that Shaman Choi Kuing-hun believes in as he looks on at his house...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
A mother bows before religious idols that Shaman Choi Kuing-hun believes in as he looks on at his house...
A mother bows before religious idols that Shaman Choi Kuing-hun believes in as he looks on at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul, August 16, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135KC
September 03, 2013
A mother asks Shaman Choi Kuing-hun about her child's future, at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul,...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
A mother asks Shaman Choi Kuing-hun about her child's future, at his house in Seongnam
A mother asks Shaman Choi Kuing-hun about her child's future, at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul, August 16, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135K7
September 03, 2013
Various tools are seen as shaman Choi Kuing-hun foresees a child's future at his house in Seongnam, south...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
Various tools are seen as shaman Choi Kuing-hun foresees a child's future at his house in Seongnam
Various tools are seen as shaman Choi Kuing-hun foresees a child's future at his house in Seongnam, south of Seoul, August 16, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
KOREA-EDUCATION/FORTUNES
RTX135K2
September 03, 2013
Fortune teller Song Byung-chang looks at a child's fate, or Saju in Korean, at his office in Seoul August...
Seoul, South Korea
Fortune teller Song Byung-chang looks at a child's fate, or Saju in Korean, at his office in Seoul
Fortune teller Song Byung-chang looks at a child's fate, or Saju in Korean, at his office in Seoul August 6, 2013. Anxious parents have long sought hints from fortune-tellers about how well their children will do in school. The shamans, men and women who perform traditional religious rites, say parents asking about their children's academic and career prospects - at 50,000 to 100,000 won ($45 to $90) an hour - usually take the advice they get very seriously. Picture taken on August 6, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
POPE-BRAZIL/TRIP
RTX11OLA
July 16, 2013
A pilgrim from Italy takes a picture of her friends standing next to a fortune teller on Cha viaduct...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A pilgrim from Italy takes a picture of her friends in Sao Paulo
A pilgrim from Italy takes a picture of her friends standing next to a fortune teller on Cha viaduct in Sao Paulo July 16, 2013. Pope Francis travels to Rio de Janeiro to attend the World Youth Day celebrations from July 23 to 28, and will lead a mass on June 24 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady Aparecida in the city of Aparecida do Norte, 165 km (103 miles) east of Sao Paulo. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRAVEL)
GROUNDHOG-DAY/
RTR3D9H0
February 02, 2013
Famed weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has only one eye open as he prepares to make...
Punxsutawney, UNITED STATES
Famed weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has only one eye open as he prepares to make...
Famed weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has only one eye open as he prepares to make his annual prediction on Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, on the 127th Groundhog Day, February 2, 2013. An early spring was predicted as Phil did not see his shadow. REUTERS/Jason Cohn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CUBA/
RTR3BSI7
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (R) does household chores next to her husband in her...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, Mayra, does household chores in her kitchen in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (R) does household chores next to her husband in her kitchen in Havana, September 5, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 5, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSI6
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (L) removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during a...
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (L) removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during a "rompimiento" or an Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony to help solve Dayana's problems in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSI1
December 20, 2012
A cross, flowers, candles, and other elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune...
Havana, Cuba
Elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra sit in a corner...
A cross, flowers, candles, and other elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra sit on a table of her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSHX
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra smokes a cigar as she performs a Santeria ritual in...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra smokes a cigar as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSHW
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana, October...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana, October 17, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 17, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSHV
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana,...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, November 28, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSHP
December 20, 2012
Cuban model Dayana (L) undergoes a "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony to help solve...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban model Dayana undergoes a "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony in Havana
Cuban model Dayana (L) undergoes a "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony to help solve her problems with Mayra (R), a spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGV
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual to help a woman with her...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual to help a woman with her problems, in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGN
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, Mayra, does household chores in her kitchen in Havana,...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, Mayra, does household chores in her kitchen in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, Mayra, does household chores in her kitchen in Havana, September 5, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 5, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGM
December 20, 2012
African dolls and cigars used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra,...
Havana, Cuba
Elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra, sit on a table...
African dolls and cigars used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra, sit on a table in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGL
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra, performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana,...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra, performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra, performs a Santeria ritual on a beach in Havana, October 17, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 17, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGH
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGF
December 20, 2012
Cuban model Dayana waits for the start of her "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban model Dayana waits for the start of her "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony...
Cuban model Dayana waits for the start of her "rompimiento" or Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony to help solve her problems, with Mayra, a Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch, in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSGE
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (L) removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during a...
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (L) removes the clothes of Cuban model Dayana during a "rompimiento" or an Afro-Cuban Santeria religious ceremony to help solve Dayana's problems in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
RTR3BSG7
December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra drinks rum as she performs a Santeria ritual in her...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra drinks rum as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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December 20, 2012
Spent cigars, coins and other elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller...
Havana, Cuba
Elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra are seen in a...
Spent cigars, coins and other elements used in Santeria rituals by Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra are seen in a corner of her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra holds a prayer book as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra holds a prayer book as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra holds a prayer book as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
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December 20, 2012
The feet of Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra are pictured as she performs a Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
The feet of Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra are pictured in Havana
The feet of Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra are pictured as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra enters a trance as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, September 7, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken September 7, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke on her altar as she performs a Santeria...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke on her altar as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (R) enters a trance with help from her husband as...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra (R) enters a trance with help from her husband as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
CUBA/
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December 20, 2012
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke as she performs a Santeria ritual...
Havana, Cuba
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana
Cuban spiritualist, fortune teller and witch Mayra blows cigar smoke as she performs a Santeria ritual in her home in Havana, October 9, 2012. Mayra is a practitioner of Santeria, a fusion of religions of West African origin and Roman Catholic Christianity. It was not allowed after the 1959 revolution but was eventually tolerated and thrives even up to today. Apart from being widely popular in Cuba, Santeria has also spread to the United States and other nearby countries. Picture taken October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
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August 24, 2012
Shyaam, 28, holds a headset to a fortune telling machine as he calls out to customers at Juhu Beach in...
Mumbai, India
Shyaam holds headset to fortune telling machine as he calls out to customers at Juhu Beach in Mumbai
Shyaam, 28, holds a headset to a fortune telling machine as he calls out to customers at Juhu Beach in Mumbai August 24, 2012. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
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July 16, 2012
A palm reader reads a woman's palm under an umbrella stationed along the main street of Manila July 16,...
Manila, Philippines
A palm reader reads a woman's palm under an umbrella stationed along the main street of Manila
A palm reader reads a woman's palm under an umbrella stationed along the main street of Manila July 16, 2012. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SOCCER-EURO/
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June 27, 2012
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 semi-final soccer match between Spain and Portugal,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 semi-final soccer match between Spain and Portugal,...
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 semi-final soccer match between Spain and Portugal, by chosing the food plate with Portugal flag, at the fan zone in Kiev, June 27, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over where Paul the Octopus left off at the 2010 World Cup by predicting the results of matches at the Euro 2012 soccer championships in Ukraine and Poland. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov (UKRAINE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ANIMALS)
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June 24, 2012
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 soccer match between England and Italy, by choosing...
Kiev, Ukraine
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 soccer match between England and Italy, by choosing...
Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 soccer match between England and Italy, by choosing the food plate with Italy's flag, at the fan zone in Kyiv June 24, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over where Paul the Octopus left off at the 2010 World Cup by predicting the results of matches at the Euro 2012 soccer championships in Ukraine and Poland. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov (UKRAINE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ANIMALS)
RUSSIA-MANSKY/
RTR341OV
June 23, 2012
A fortune-teller speaks with a Russian Cossack during the annual Mansky tourist three-day-long festival,...
BERET, Russia
Fortune-teller speaks with Russian Cossack during annual Mansky tourist three-day-long festival in the...
A fortune-teller speaks with a Russian Cossack during the annual Mansky tourist three-day-long festival, dedicated to the opening of the amateur rafting season, on the bank of the Mana river near the settlement of Beret in the Siberian Taiga, about 75 km (47 miles) east of the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, June 22, 2012. Local nature-lovers, fans of ecological tourism and devotees of the festival have gathered for more than 30 years, to travel by self-made rafts to take part in the overnight festivities and rest around campfires. Picture taken June 22, 2012. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY MILITARY)
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SOCCER-UKRAINE/PIG
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June 05, 2012
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev June 5, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over...
Kiev, Ukraine
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev June 5, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over where Paul the Octopus left off at the 2010 World Cup by predicting the results of matches at the European championships in Ukraine and Poland. Kiev's city government said it would wheel out the porky tipster to give daily forecasts during the Euro 2012 soccer tournament. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ANIMALS)
SOCCER-UKRAINE/PIG
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June 05, 2012
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev June 5, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over...
Kiev, Ukraine
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev
A pig named Funtik is seen in its cage in Kiev June 5, 2012. Funtik, a psychic pig, is set to take over where Paul the Octopus left off at the 2010 World Cup by predicting the results of matches at the European championships in Ukraine and Poland. Kiev's city government said it would wheel out the porky tipster to give daily forecasts during the Euro 2012 soccer tournament. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ANIMALS)
IRAN/
RTR2YP91
March 01, 2012
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office...
Tehran, Iran
A fortune teller sets tarot cards for his customer at a coffee shop in central Tehran
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran.

A fortune teller sets tarot cards for his customer at a coffee shop in central Tehran March 1, 2012. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)
MYANMAR
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December 22, 2011
A fortune teller, with a snake around his body, tells the future to a customer near Botahtaung Pagoda...
Yangon, Myanmar
A fortune teller tells the future to a customer near Botahtaung Pagoda in Yangon
A fortune teller, with a snake around his body, tells the future to a customer near Botahtaung Pagoda in Yangon December 10, 2011. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
FOOTBALL-RIVALRY/TEXAS
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November 23, 2011
University of Texas students, alumni, faculty and fans gather on the main mall for the 26th annual Hex...
Austin, UNITED STATES
University of Texas students alumni and faculty gather on the main mall for the 26th annual Hex Rally...
University of Texas students, alumni, faculty and fans gather on the main mall for the 26th annual Hex Rally in Austin, Texas November 21, 2011. The tradition started in 1941 to break a losing streak against rival the Texas A&M Aggies. According to legend, in 1941 students consulted fortune teller Madam Augusta Hipple who instructed them to burn red candles the week before the game as a way of "hexing" the Aggies. UT's Hex Rally and A&M's Bonfire traditions are both ending this year as Texas A&M joins the SEC after the end of the season. Picture taken November 21, 2011. REUTERS/Julia Robinson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
FOOTBALL-RIVALRY/TEXAS
RTR2UCRK
November 23, 2011
Hannah Brooks, 5, (C), waits as mother Stephanie, (R), and father Ricky, (L), light their candles during...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Hannah Brooks waits as mother Stephanie and father Rick ight their candles during the Hex Rally on the...
Hannah Brooks, 5, (C), waits as mother Stephanie, (R), and father Ricky, (L), light their candles during the Hex Rally on the main mall at the University of Texas Austin, Texas November 21, 2011. The tradition started in 1941 to break a losing streak against rival the Texas A&M Aggies. According to legend, in 1941 students consulted fortune teller Madam Augusta Hipple who instructed them to burn red candles the week before the game as a way of "hexing" the Aggies. UT's Hex Rally and A&M's Bonfire traditions are both ending this year as Texas A&M joins the SEC after the end of the season. Picture taken November 21, 2011. REUTERS/Julia Robinson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
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