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GLOBAL-GAMBLING/
RTX4Z5J5
February 27, 2018
A retired slot machine used for decoration is seen in Vienna, Austria February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter...
Vienna, Austria
A retired slot machine used for decoration is seen in Vienna
A retired slot machine used for decoration is seen in Vienna, Austria February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
GLOBAL-MONEY/
RTS1KFNS
November 17, 2017
Coin chutes of a historic pinball machine are seen at a collector's home in Vienna, Austria November...
Vienna, Austria
Coin chutes of a historic pinball machine are seen at a collector's home in Vienna
Coin chutes of a historic pinball machine are seen at a collector's home in Vienna, Austria November 17, 2017. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
HONGKONG-SHIP/GAMBLING
RTX2A43M
April 15, 2016
Ukrainian captain Valerie Lyzhyn (R), 62, sits at the bar near slot machines on board the New Imperial...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: Aboard a stranded casino ship
Ukrainian captain Valerie Lyzhyn (R), 62, sits at the bar near slot machines on board the New Imperial Star casino cruiser at Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, China April 15, 2016. Captain Lyzhyn and his 45 crew are stranded in Hong Kong, big losers in a gambling slump triggered by a Chinese crackdown on corruption that has scared off the high-rollers. The crew refuse to leave their 140 metre (460 ft.) casino cruiser the New Imperial Star until they get the six months of pay they say they are owed. Hong Kong's Marine Department has impounded the ship due to what it called "serious deficiencies" found during an inspection. Rations are running low, the ship's owners can't be reached and the cobalt blue felt covering the 16 baccarat tables is gathering dust. REUTERS/Bobby Yip SEARCH "YIP CASINO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATLANTIC CITY-TAKEOVER/TURNAROUND
RTX245E3
January 27, 2016
The side of Harrah's Resort Atlantic City advertises for new slot machines in Atlantic City, New Jersey,...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
The side of Harrah's Resort Atlantic City advertises for new slot machines in Atlantic City
The side of Harrah's Resort Atlantic City advertises for new slot machines in Atlantic City, New Jersey, January 20, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
ATLANTIC CITY-TAKEOVER/TURNAROUND
RTX245DO
January 27, 2016
People play slot machines inside a casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
People play slot machines inside a casino in Atlantic City
People play slot machines inside a casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-ODDLY/
RTS45Y9
October 12, 2015
Workers guide a pumpkin toward a scale during the 42nd annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off...
Half Moon Bay, UNITED STATES
Workers guide a pumpkin toward a scale during the 42nd annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off...
Workers guide a pumpkin toward a scale during the 42nd annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half Moon Bay, California October 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-ODDLY/
RTS44PX
October 12, 2015
Brad Porter, a contest judge, measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin...
Half Moon Bay, UNITED STATES
Judge Brad Porter measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in...
Brad Porter, a contest judge, measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half Moon Bay, California October 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-ODDLY/
RTS44PT
October 12, 2015
A man helps with the measurement of a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off...
Half Moon Bay, UNITED STATES
A man helps with the measurement of a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off...
A man helps with the measurement of a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half Moon Bay, California October 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
USA-ODDLY/
RTS44O2
October 12, 2015
An official measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half...
Half Moon Bay, UNITED STATES
An official measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half...
An official measures a pumpkin during the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in Half Moon Bay, California October 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
Environment
Environment
Solar power in the Amazon
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BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BO6
October 07, 2015
Residents are seen on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Residents are seen on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable...
Residents are seen on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BO3
October 07, 2015
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Eliakin Pereira Vale cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana...
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 24, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNZ
October 07, 2015
A man swims with his kid on the waters of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
A man swims with his kid on the waters of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in...
A man swims with his kid on the waters of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNY
October 07, 2015
Residents sit on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Residents sit on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable...
Residents sit on the banks of the Parana do Amana river at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNX
October 07, 2015
Lorena Pereira, 4, takes a bath at her house with water pumped from the river using the energy of solar-powered...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Lorena Pereira takes a bath at her house with water pumped from the river using the energy of solar-powered...
Lorena Pereira, 4, takes a bath at her house with water pumped from the river using the energy of solar-powered at the Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNV
October 07, 2015
A resident carries ice blocks produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
A resident carries ice blocks produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
A resident carries ice blocks produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 23, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 23. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNU
October 07, 2015
Residents unload a solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Residents unload a solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development...
Residents unload a solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNT
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNS
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, poses with a block of ice produced on a solar-powered ice machines at Vila...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale poses with a block of ice produced on a solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, poses with a block of ice produced on a solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNQ
October 07, 2015
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Eliakin Pereira Vale cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do...
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 24, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNP
October 07, 2015
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Eliakin Pereira Vale cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana...
Eliakin Pereira Vale, 31 cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 24, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNH
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cleans solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNG
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, walks between solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana...
Vila Nova do Amana, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale walks between solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, walks between solar panels which power ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNE
October 07, 2015
Solar panels power water pumps to supply river water to the houses of the Vila Nova do Amana community...
Maraa, Brazil
Solar panels power water pumps to supply river water to the houses of the Vila Nova do Amana community...
Solar panels power water pumps to supply river water to the houses of the Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BND
October 07, 2015
Residents play soccer at a field lighted up with solar-powered lights at Vila Nova do Amana community...
Maraa, Brazil
Residents play soccer at a field lighted with solar-powered lights at Vila Nova do Amana community in...
Residents play soccer at a field lighted up with solar-powered lights at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 22, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 22. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNC
October 07, 2015
A man stands on the deck of his house at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development...
Maraa, Brazil
A man stands on the deck of his house at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development...
A man stands on the deck of his house at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 24, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 24. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BNA
October 07, 2015
View of the Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil,...
Maraa, Brazil
A view of the Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state
View of the Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 23, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 23. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BN9
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, carries fish after a fishing session at Vila Nova do Amana community in...
Maraa, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale carries fish after after a fishing session at Vila Nova do Amana community in...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, carries fish after a fishing session at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 23, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 23. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BN8
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale (L), 61, and his son Hercules navigate during a fishing session at Vila Nova...
Maraa, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale and his son Hercules navigate during a fishing session at Vila Nova do Amana...
Francisco da Silva Vale (L), 61, and his son Hercules navigate during a fishing session at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 23, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 23. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
BRAZIL-ENERGY/
RTS3BN7
October 07, 2015
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova...
Maraa, Brazil
Francisco da Silva Vale cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do...
Francisco da Silva Vale, 61, cools off fish with ice produced on solar-powered ice machines at Vila Nova do Amana community in the Sustainable Development Reserve, in Amazonas state, Brazil, September 23, 2015. Three solar-powered machines, are producing about ninety kilos of ice per day, in a region with poor access to electric energy, which used to be produced only with diesel oil, in the Amazon rain forest. The Gelo Solar (Solar Ice) project, developed by the Mamiraua Institute for Sustainable Development and the Sao Paulo University (USP), aims to improve the life quality of the residents of the communities allowing them to preserve their fish and fruits productions which are their main economic resources. The Mamiraua Institute is also using solar energy to supply the community's homes with water and light up a soccer field. Picture taken September 23. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZUW
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome...
Italian Finance Policemen inspect slot machines that were confiscated and stored in a container in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZUF
March 11, 2015
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome February...
Rome, Italy
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome
Italian Finance Policemen inspect a slot machine with their computer in a local coffee bar in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
ITALY-MAFIA/SLOTS
RTR4SZTK
March 11, 2015
An Italian Finance Policeman (R) inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper...
Rome, Italy
An Italian Finance Policeman inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper in...
An Italian Finance Policeman (R) inspects a slot machine with his computer as a man reads a newspaper in a local coffee bar in Rome February 5, 2015. Legalizing gambling in Italy was supposed to help curb the mafia. Unfortunately, prosecutors say, it has only created new opportunities for the mob. Picture taken February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
JORDAN-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4ENLY
November 18, 2014
Workers pour olive seeds into a grinding machine before they are pressed to be made into oil, at an olive...
Irbid, Jordan
Workers pour olive seeds into a grinding machine before they are pressed to be made into oil, at an olive...
Workers pour olive seeds into a grinding machine before they are pressed to be made into oil, at an olive press in Irbid city, north of Amman November 18, 2014. The Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture is looking to import olive oil due to rising prices in the domestic market, with a lack of rain and higher temperatures this year reducing the harvest of the olive fruit by about 20 percent from last year, according to local media. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT)
JORDAN-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4ENIK
November 18, 2014
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil at an olive press factory...
Irbid, Jordan
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil at an olive press factory...
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil at an olive press factory in Irbid city, north of Amman November 18, 2014. The Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture is looking to import olive oil due to rising prices in the domestic market, with a lack of rain and higher temperatures this year reducing the harvest of the olive fruit by about 20 percent from last year, according to local media. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
JORDAN-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4ENI0
November 18, 2014
A worker looks at olives in a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory...
Irbid, Jordan
A worker looks at olives in a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory...
A worker looks at olives in a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory in Irbid city, north of Amman November 18, 2014. The Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture is looking to import olive oil due to rising prices in the domestic market, with a lack of rain and higher temperatures this year reducing the harvest of the olive fruit by about 20 percent from last year, according to local media. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
JORDAN-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4ENHY
November 18, 2014
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory...
Irbid, Jordan
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory...
Workers pour olives into a grinding machine before they are pressed into oil, at an olive press factory in Irbid city, north of Amman November 18, 2014. The Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture is looking to import olive oil due to rising prices in the domestic market, with a lack of rain and higher temperatures this year reducing the harvest of the olive fruit by about 20 percent from last year, according to local media. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-NEW JERSEY/TRUMP
RTR4960H
October 06, 2014
Slot machines line the sidewalk outside Trump Plaza Casino awaiting collection from trucks in Atlantic...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
Slot machines line the sidewalk outside Trump Plaza Casino awaiting collection from trucks in Atlantic...
Slot machines line the sidewalk outside Trump Plaza Casino awaiting collection from trucks in Atlantic City, New Jersey October 6, 2014. Real-estate mogul Donald Trump, who has emblazoned his name across properties in various U.S. cities, sued in August to have his name taken off the Trump Plaza, which closed last month, and the nearby Trump Taj Mahal, which is on the verge of closing. An auditor found both casinos in disrepair, and Trump argued that both had become insufficiently luxurious to bear his name in lights under the terms of a licensing agreement. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)
MEXICO-DAILYLIFE/
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August 13, 2014
A fruit vendor, sitting in the back of his truck, waits for customers next to a man reading a newspaper,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A fruit vendor, sitting in the back of his truck, waits for customers next to a man reading a newspaper,...
A fruit vendor, sitting in the back of his truck, waits for customers next to a man reading a newspaper, on a street in Mexico City August 13, 2014. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
SOUTHKOREA-GAMBLING/PARADISE
RTR41HVB
August 06, 2014
A man looks at slot machines at Paradise Casino in Incheon August 6, 2014. South Korea's biggest casino...
Incheon, South Korea
A man looks at slot machines at Paradise Casino in Incheon
A man looks at slot machines at Paradise Casino in Incheon August 6, 2014. South Korea's biggest casino operator believes there is enough Chinese demand to go around even as more Asian countries target mainland gamblers. Paradise Co Ltd and Japanese partner Sega Sammy Holdings Inc are set to break ground in October on the country's first integrated casino resort. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY WEALTH)
CHINA/
RTR3PXPQ
May 20, 2014
A visitor tries a slot machine during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau May 20, 2014. Global Gaming...
Macau, China
Visitor tries a slot machine during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau
A visitor tries a slot machine during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau May 20, 2014. Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is the premier Asian trade event and the largest regional sourcing platform for global gaming and entertainment products, according to its official press release. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/CRIMEA
RTR3GQIC
March 12, 2014
A woman sells fruits in the centre of Simferopol, March 12, 2014. Crimea will soon take ownership of...
Simferopol, Ukraine
Woman sells fruits in the centre of Simferopol
A woman sells fruits in the centre of Simferopol, March 12, 2014. Crimea will soon take ownership of Ukrainian state companies on its territory, its first deputy prime minister said on Wednesday, pushing forward with steps to cement the region's independence before a referendum on joining Russia. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY FOOD)
AUSTRALIA-MANUFACTURING/GEELONG
RTR3G3UA
March 06, 2014
A visitor to the Shell Club, a sports and social venue, plays a slot machine near the Shell Oil refinery...
Geelong, Australia
A visitor to the Shell Club, a sports and social venue, plays a slot machine near the Shell Oil refinery...
A visitor to the Shell Club, a sports and social venue, plays a slot machine near the Shell Oil refinery in Geelong February 26, 2014. Geelong, south of Melbourne, is a microcosm of the economic crossroads at which Australia stands. The steps authorities and industry leaders take here - securing next-generation defence contracts or incubating carbon fibre production - will be closely watched to see if the city becomes Australia's Silicon Valley or its Detroit. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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GENTING/
RTX16TWW
December 25, 2013
People play at slot machines inside Resorts World Casino, owned by Malaysian gaming company Genting,...
New York, UNITED STATES
People play at slot machines inside Resorts World Casino, owned by Malaysian gaming company Genting,...
People play at slot machines inside Resorts World Casino, owned by Malaysian gaming company Genting, in the Queens borough of New York, November 22, 2013. Genting Bhd, Southeast Asia's biggest gaming group, is seeking to expand in the U.S. as the world's largest economy starts to recover, and as various states relax restrictions ranging from casino licenses to online gambling. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BOLIVIA/
RTX168CX
December 07, 2013
A worker looks at lemons at a plant in Cuatro Canadas, some 110 km (68 miles) from Santa Cruz December...
CUATRO CANADAS, Bolivia
A worker looks at lemons at a plant in Cuatro Canadas
A worker looks at lemons at a plant in Cuatro Canadas, some 110 km (68 miles) from Santa Cruz December 6, 2013. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
MACAU
RTX15CT6
November 14, 2013
Visitors try slot machines during the Macao Gaming Show in Macau November 14,2013.The event will cover...
Macau, China
Visitors try slot machines during the Macao Gaming Show in Macau
Visitors try slot machines during the Macao Gaming Show in Macau November 14,2013.The event will cover gaming industry segments such as casino fixtures, VIP clubs, gaming equipment and accessories, according to its official press release. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SAUDI/
RTX14LE2
October 23, 2013
Veil-clad female workers process olives at a factory for pickling olives in the Saudi city of Tabuk October...
TABUK, Saudi Arabia
Veil-clad female workers process olives at a factory for pickling olives in the Saudi city of Tabuk
Veil-clad female workers process olives at a factory for pickling olives in the Saudi city of Tabuk October 23, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Al Hwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)
NEPAL
RTX13W5Y
September 23, 2013
A child sleeps on the back of her mother as she sells fruits to customers along the streets in the ancient...
Bhaktapur, Nepal
A child sleeps on the back of her mother as she sells fruits to customers along the streets in the ancient...
A child sleeps on the back of her mother as she sells fruits to customers along the streets in the ancient city of Bhaktapur, near Nepal's capital Kathmandu September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTXYE79
April 09, 2013
Chinese banknotes are seen in the cash box of a vegetable vendor at a morning market in Beijing April...
Beijing, China
Chinese banknotes are seen in the cash box of a vegetable vendor at a morning market in Beijing
Chinese banknotes are seen in the cash box of a vegetable vendor at a morning market in Beijing April 8, 2013. China's annual consumer inflation eased to 2.1 percent in March from February's 3.2 percent data showed on Tuesday, below market forecasts and leaving policymakers room to keep monetary conditions loose to support a burgeoning economic recovery. Picture taken April 8, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
PHILIPPINES/
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March 15, 2013
A Solaire Casino-Resort supervisor checks a slot machine a few days before the opening of the casino...
Manila, Philippines
A Solaire Casino-Resort supervisor checks a slot machine a few days before the opening of the casino...
A Solaire Casino-Resort supervisor checks a slot machine a few days before the opening of the casino in Pasay city, Metro Manila March 14, 2013. The Philippines makes its debut as a premier gaming destination in Southeast Asia this weekend with the opening of the $1.2 billion Solaire casino-resort, the first of four projects to open until 2017, as it seeks to lure high-rollers and tourists to surpass Singapore and become the region's biggest casino destination, company officials said. Picture taken March 14, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRIA/
RTR3CIZA
January 16, 2013
A Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens) eats fruits after a medical examination by veterinarian Hanna Vielgrader...
Vienna, Austria
A Red Panda eats fruits at Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna
A Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens) eats fruits after a medical examination by veterinarian Hanna Vielgrader (L) and animal keeper Nicole Samek at Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna January 16, 2013. The female Red Panda got a medical ultrasonic examination to control if it is pregnant. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
PHILIPPINES-CASINO/
RTR3BX9C
December 27, 2012
Workers check slot machines inside the Solaire casino at the entertainment city in Pasay city, metro...
Manila, Philippines
Workers check slot machines inside the Solaire casino at the entertainment city in Pasay city
Workers check slot machines inside the Solaire casino at the entertainment city in Pasay city, metro Manila December 17, 2012. Buoyed by stellar economic growth and one of the world's top performing stock markets this year, Philippines' casino rush is starting with the slated opening in March of port magnate Enrique Razon Jr's $1.2 billion Solaire property. Picture taken December 17, 2012. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN-JUICE/
RTR395BA
October 14, 2012
An Afghan man makes pomegranate juice at the Omaid Bahar fruit factory in Kabul October 9, 2012. Gaudily...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man makes pomegranate juice at the Omaid Bahar fruit factory in Kabul
An Afghan man makes pomegranate juice at the Omaid Bahar fruit factory in Kabul October 9, 2012. Gaudily painted trucks line up outside the Omaid Bahar factory and workers in juice-stained clothes unload sacks of pomegranates. The fruit's dark red seeds are prized in Europe for their abundant antioxidants, and in Japan where many believe they can help fight cancers in the aftermath of last year's Fukushima nuclear catastrophe. To match feature AFGHANISTAN-JUICE/ REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR39585
October 14, 2012
A Palestinian stands next to a machine as he waits for his olives to be pressed at an olive press in...
Idna, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian waits for his olives to be pressed at an olive press near Hebron
A Palestinian stands next to a machine as he waits for his olives to be pressed at an olive press in West Bank village of Idna, near Hebron October 14, 2012. Reuters/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR39577
October 14, 2012
A Palestinian pours freshly harvested olives into a machine in an olive press in West Bank village of...
Idna, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian pours olives into a machine in an olive press near Hebron
A Palestinian pours freshly harvested olives into a machine in an olive press in West Bank village of Idna, near Hebron October 14, 2012. Reuters/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD)
ITALY-GELATO/MUSEUM
RTR38QQY
October 03, 2012
Students work with fresh fruit at the Carpigiani Gelato University in the northern town of Anzola dell'Emilia...
ANZOLA DELL'EMILIA, Italy
Students work with fresh fruit at the Carpigiani Gelato University in the northern town of Anzola dell'Emilia...
Students work with fresh fruit at the Carpigiani Gelato University in the northern town of Anzola dell'Emilia , near Bologna September 27, 2012. Every year Carpigiani selects a group of highly motivated Italians ready to leave everything to open gelato shops abroad. Besides funding scholarships for the programme, the company also covers half the price of buying a new Carpigiani machine and will buy it back inside a year if the business folds. Picture taken on September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
LASVEGASSANDS-LAWSUIT/
RTR386JH
September 20, 2012
Gaming machines are seen inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai Central...
Macau, China
Gaming machines are seen inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai Central...
Gaming machines are seen inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai Central in Macau September 20, 2012. Las Vegas Sands deceived a Nevada court in an attempt to stall a lawsuit by the former head of its Macau operations, a state judge ruled on Friday, fining the casino operator and abridging its right to object in a fight over key evidence. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
LASVEGASSANDS-LAWSUIT/
RTR386JF
September 20, 2012
A man looks at a gaming machine inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai...
Macau, China
A man looks at a gaming machine inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai...
A man looks at a gaming machine inside a casino on the opening day of Sheraton Macao hotel at Sands Cotai Central in Macau September 20, 2012. Las Vegas Sands deceived a Nevada court in an attempt to stall a lawsuit by the former head of its Macau operations, a state judge ruled on Friday, fining the casino operator and abridging its right to object in a fight over key evidence. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-TAX/
RTR37D0V
September 01, 2012
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers...
Madrid, Spain
Fruit vendor attends to client at a market in Madrid
A fruit vendor attends to a client at a market in Madrid, September 1, 2012. Cash-strapped Spanish consumers and small business owners adjust on the first day of a higher value-added tax imposed to cut the public deficit while the country's second recession in three years drags on. Spain's VAT tax rate surges to 21% on a range of goods and services as part of a government plan to boost revenues and cut the deficit in order to avoid a full-blown European bailout. REUTERS/Paul Hanna (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR379P8
August 30, 2012
A woman walks in the Ribeira market in Lisbon August 30, 2012. Portugal's economic climate indicator,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Woman walks in Ribeira market in Lisbon
A woman walks in the Ribeira market in Lisbon August 30, 2012. Portugal's economic climate indicator, which measures business confidence in the recession-hit country, improved in August after staying flat the previous month to continue a recovery that began in March from record lows, data showed on Thursday. REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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