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LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z05T
January 19, 2020
Dahlia Otto's Thrill flowers bloom during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features sculptures...
Singapore, Singapore
Dahlia Otto's Thrill flowers bloom during the Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's Gardens by...
Dahlia Otto's Thrill flowers bloom during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z05D
January 19, 2020
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like...
Singapore, Singapore
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's Gardens by...
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z05C
January 19, 2020
People view the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like sculptures of the 12...
Singapore, Singapore
People view the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which celebrates the upcoming Lunar New Year of the...
People view the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z04S
January 19, 2020
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like...
Singapore, Singapore
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's Gardens by...
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z04P
January 19, 2020
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like...
Singapore, Singapore
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's Gardens by...
A close-up view of a dahlia is seen during the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which features topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z04L
January 19, 2020
Visitors stand in front of a plant sculpture which repeatedly features the Chinese character commonly...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitors stand in front of a plant sculpture at the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's...
Visitors stand in front of a plant sculpture which repeatedly features the Chinese character commonly displayed during Lunar New Year celebrations at the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which showcases topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to mark the Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. The Chinese characters read: "Fortune". REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z04H
January 19, 2020
Visitors pose in front of a plant sculpture which features a Chinese character commonly displayed during...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitors pose in front of a plant sculpture at the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display at Singapore's...
Visitors pose in front of a plant sculpture which features a Chinese character commonly displayed during Lunar New Year celebrations at the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which showcases topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to mark the Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. The Chinese character reads: "Fortune". REUTERS/Loriene Perera
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/SINGAPORE
RTS2Z04C
January 19, 2020
A close-up view of a plant sculpture which repeatedly features the Chinese character commonly displayed...
Singapore, Singapore
A close-up view of a plant sculpture at the Dahlia Dreams floral display which celebrates the upcoming...
A close-up view of a plant sculpture which repeatedly features the Chinese character commonly displayed during Lunar New Year celebrations at the annual Dahlia Dreams floral display which showcases topiary-like sculptures of the 12 zodiac animals to mark the Year of the Rat at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, January 19, 2020. The Chinese characters read: "Fortune". REUTERS/Loriene Perera
Royals
Royals
Duchess Kate designs woodland garden
20 PICTURES
BRITAIN-LOCKERBIE/
RTX6JG0F
December 21, 2018
Badges, each featuring the name of one of the 270 victims, ready to be distributed and worn by the families,...
Lockerbie, United Kingdom
The 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing
Badges, each featuring the name of one of the 270 victims, ready to be distributed and worn by the families, relatives and dignitaries attending the commemoration service in the Memorial Garden in Dryfesdale Cemetery, are seen on the morning of the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 which exploded over the Scottish town on December 21, 1988, killing 259 passengers and crew and 11 residents on the ground, in Lockerbie, Scotland, Britain, December 21, 2018. Jane Barlow/Pool via REUTERS
BRITAIN-LOCKERBIE/
RTX6JG03
December 21, 2018
Badges, each featuring the name of one of the 270 victims, ready to be distributed and worn by the families,...
Lockerbie, United Kingdom
The 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing
Badges, each featuring the name of one of the 270 victims, ready to be distributed and worn by the families, relatives and dignitaries attending the commemoration service in the Memorial Garden in Dryfesdale Cemetery, are seen on the morning of the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 which exploded over the Scottish town on December 21, 1988, killing 259 passengers and crew and 11 residents on the ground, in Lockerbie, Scotland, Britain, December 21, 2018. Jane Barlow/Pool via REUTERS
JAPAN-PANDA/
RTX3UYWH
December 19, 2017
Rental baby buggies featuring giant panda are seen at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo, Japan December...
Tokyo, Japan
Rental baby buggies featuring giant panda are seen at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo
Rental baby buggies featuring giant panda are seen at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo, Japan December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-PANDA/
RTX3UYMQ
December 19, 2017
Visitors carrying a daypack featuring giant panda wait for the public debut of female baby panda Xiang...
Tokyo, Japan
Visitors carrying a daypack featuring giant panda wait for the public debut of female baby panda Xiang...
Visitors carrying a daypack featuring giant panda wait for the public debut of female baby panda Xiang Xiang, born from mother panda Shin Shin on June 12, 2017, at the first day of her public debut at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo, Japan December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-PANDA/
RTX3UYHW
December 19, 2017
Visitors holding bags featuring giant panda wait for starting the public debut of female baby panda Xiang...
Tokyo, Japan
Visitors holding bags featuring giant panda wait for starting the public debut of female baby panda Xiang...
Visitors holding bags featuring giant panda wait for starting the public debut of female baby panda Xiang Xiang, born from mother panda Shin Shin on June 12, 2017, on the first day of her public debut at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo, Japan December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-PANDA/
RTX3UYHO
December 19, 2017
6-month-old baby Miu Suwazono wearing a costume featuring giant panda waits for starting the public debut...
Tokyo, Japan
6-month-old baby Miu Suwazono wearing a costume featuring giant panda waits for starting the public debut...
6-month-old baby Miu Suwazono wearing a costume featuring giant panda waits for starting the public debut of female baby panda Xiang Xiang, born from mother panda Shin Shin on June 12, 2017, on the first day of her public debut at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo, Japan December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
BRITAIN-FLOWERS/CHELSEA-CLOSEUP
RTX37R3L
May 26, 2017
Britain's most prestigious flower show is taking place this week with hundreds of exhibitors and thousands...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Chelsea in bloom
Britain's most prestigious flower show is taking place this week with hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of floral delights from Alium to Zantedeschia. The highlight of Britain's horticultural calendar, the annual Chelsea Flower Show in London's sprawling Royal Hospital complex features a host of elaborate gardens designed by experts and is famous for its unusual installations.REUTERS/Neil Hall SEARCH "CHELSEA BLOOM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRITAIN-FLOWERS/CHELSEA-CLOSEUP
INDIA-WORKERS/BONDAGE
RTSNGV1
September 13, 2016
Rukmani Rajhansiya, rescued from debt bondage from a brick kiln in 2012, is seen at her home in Sargul...
SARGUL, India
Rescued from debt bondage from a brick kiln in 2012, Rukmani Rajhansiya is seen at her home in Sargul...
Rukmani Rajhansiya, rescued from debt bondage from a brick kiln in 2012, is seen at her home in Sargul village in the eastern Indian state of Odisha, August 31, 2016. Picture taken August 31, 2016. To match Feature INDIA-WORKERS/BONDAGE REUTERS/Anuradha Nagaraj
LEBANON-CINEMA/
RTX2H7VS
June 20, 2016
Minister of Culture Raymond Araiji poses with Gabriel and Michel Zarazir, winners of the 'Best promising...
Baabda, Lebanon
Minister of Culture Raymond Araiji poses with Gabriel and Michel Zarazir, winners of the 'Best promising...
Minister of Culture Raymond Araiji poses with Gabriel and Michel Zarazir, winners of the 'Best promising script for their first upcoming feature film project' during the Cinemaiyat Film Festival' s Golden Apple Award ceremony at the Spanish Embassy Garden in Baabda, Lebanon June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFLIV
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured through a gap in a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured through a gap in a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured through a gap in a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen, during a visit to the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFL2U
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFL2T
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFKZ3
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFKZ1
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market,...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II stands in front of a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN-FLOWERS
RTSFKYU
May 23, 2016
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured through a gap in a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured through a gap in a floral exhibit by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, which features an image of the Queen at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show in central London, Britain May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Adrian Dennis/Pool
NIGERIA-VIOLENCE/CATTLE
RTSAGCZ
March 15, 2016
People walk near makeshift accommodation at Bakassi Camp for internally displace people in Maiduguri,...
BORNO, Nigeria
The Wider Image: Herders suffer in fight against Boko Haram
People walk near makeshift accommodation at Bakassi Camp for internally displace people in Maiduguri, Nigeria March 8, 2016. A Nigerian government push to strangle the Boko Haram insurgency has shut down the cattle trade that sustained the city of Maiduguri, leaving many residents with no livelihood, including many of the two million people displaced by the war. In recent months the army has taken back much of the territory lost to the jihadists during the five-year insurgency. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "BOKO CATTLE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-MENSTRUATION/
RTS9TLM
March 08, 2016
Emma Joy (R), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South...
South Orange, UNITED STATES
Emma Joy, 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange,...
Emma Joy (R), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange, New Jersey March 6, 2016. The South Orange, New Jersey, residents got the idea for their charity, Girls Helping Girls Period, when Emma learned that federal assistance programs for the indigent do not cover menstruation products, leaving many low-income and homeless women to cope with their cycles on their own. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-MENSTRUATION/
RTS9TLE
March 08, 2016
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South...
South Orange, UNITED STATES
Emma Joy, 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange,...
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange, New Jersey March 6, 2016. The South Orange, New Jersey, residents got the idea for their charity, Girls Helping Girls Period, when Emma learned that federal assistance programs for the indigent do not cover menstruation products, leaving many low-income and homeless women to cope with their cycles on their own. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-MENSTRUATION/
RTS9TLC
March 08, 2016
Emma Joy (R),16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South...
South Orange, UNITED STATES
Emma Joy,16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange,...
Emma Joy (R),16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange, New Jersey March 6, 2016. The South Orange, New Jersey, residents got the idea for their charity, Girls Helping Girls Period, when Emma learned that federal assistance programs for the indigent do not cover menstruation products, leaving many low-income and homeless women to cope with their cycles on their own. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-MENSTRUATION/
RTS9TL8
March 08, 2016
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South...
South Orange, UNITED STATES
Emma Joy, 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange,...
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange, New Jersey March 6, 2016. The South Orange, New Jersey, residents got the idea for their charity, Girls Helping Girls Period, when Emma learned that federal assistance programs for the indigent do not cover menstruation products, leaving many low-income and homeless women to cope with their cycles on their own. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-MENSTRUATION/
RTS9TL7
March 08, 2016
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South...
South Orange, UNITED STATES
Emma Joy, 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange,...
Emma Joy (L), 16, and her sister Quinn, 12, pack feminine products for delivery at their home in South Orange, New Jersey March 6, 2016. The South Orange, New Jersey, residents got the idea for their charity, Girls Helping Girls Period, when Emma learned that federal assistance programs for the indigent do not cover menstruation products, leaving many low-income and homeless women to cope with their cycles on their own. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
OREGON-TOXIC/
RTS9N3T
March 07, 2016
Boxes of community grown produce brought by residents and clean air activists to the state's Department...
Portland, UNITED STATES
Boxes of community grown produce brought by residents and clean air activists to the state's Department...
Boxes of community grown produce brought by residents and clean air activists to the state's Department of Environmental Quality office, in an effort to get answers from state officials after being told last month not to eat the vegetables in their gardens, are pictured, in Portland, Oregon March 4, 2016. Oregon officials this week will release test results on soil from neighborhoods near two Portland glass factories accused of spewing toxic metals into the air for years, a revelation that has led to a class-action suit and demands for more oversight. To match Feature OREGON-TOXIC/ REUTERS/Shelby Sebens
JAPAN-DISASTER/RETURN
RTS91B0
March 02, 2016
Tokuo Hayakawa, a 76-year-old Buddhist priest who returned to his 600-year-old family temple in Naraha...
Naraha, Japan
Hayakawa smokes a traditional Japanese pipe at his home in Naraha
Tokuo Hayakawa, a 76-year-old Buddhist priest who returned to his 600-year-old family temple in Naraha in September 2015 when the evacuation order was lifted, smokes a traditional Japanese pipe at his home in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 11, 2016. Picture taken February 11, 2016. To match feature JAPAN-DISASTER/RETURN REUTERS/Toru Hanai
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G4F
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G49
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, holds his climbing shoes as he trains at Stone...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, holds his climbing shoes as he trains at Stone...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, holds his climbing shoes as he trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G46
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G45
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana (L), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, and his father Rudy Ruana talk during training...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, and his father Rudy Ruana talk during training...
Drew Ruana (L), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, and his father Rudy Ruana talk during training at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G42
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana (L), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains with other members of the Vertical...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains with other members of the Vertical World...
Drew Ruana (L), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains with other members of the Vertical World Climbing Team at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G41
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana (R), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains as his father Rudy Ruana watches...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains as his father Rudy Ruana watches at...
Drew Ruana (R), 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains as his father Rudy Ruana watches at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G40
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G3Y
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G3W
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/
RTS5G3U
October 21, 2015
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in...
Drew Ruana, 16, a competitive climbing national champion, trains at Stone Gardens rock climbing gym in Bellevue, Washington October 20, 2015. Sport climbing is one of five sports recommended for inclusion in the Olympics by organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, along with skateboarding, surfing, baseball/softball and karate. Competitive climbing, of which sport climbing is one of the disciplines, secured a foothold in Europe in the early 1980s and then gained traction in the United States a decade later. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature OLYMPICS-CLIMBING/ REUTERS/Jason Redmond
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y1K
October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in...
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y1J
October 18, 2015
African vegetables sprout on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
African vegetables sprout on the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia, in Vineland
African vegetables sprout on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y1I
October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13-acre farm, where he grows African...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables,...
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y1G
October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, holds peppers that he picked from his 13-acre farm, where...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, originally from Liberia, holds peppers that he picked from his 13-acre farm, where he grows African...
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, holds peppers that he picked from his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Alfred Jones, 75, picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Jones picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia,...
Alfred Jones, 75, picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in...
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Alfred Jones, 75, picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Jones picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia,...
Alfred Jones, 75, picks kittily, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
A view of nightshade, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
A view of nightshade, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally...
A view of nightshade, one of the African vegetables grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Farmer Morris Gbolo (L), 57, originally from Liberia, and Richard VanVranken, 55, a Rutgers agricultural...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Farmer Gbolo, originally from Liberia, and VanVranken, a Rutgers agricultural agent, sort through potting...
Farmer Morris Gbolo (L), 57, originally from Liberia, and Richard VanVranken, 55, a Rutgers agricultural agent, sort through potting plants on Gbolo's 13-acre farm in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Ernestine (L), 54, and Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, pose for a portrait on their 13-acre...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Ernestine and Morris Gbolo, originally from Liberia, pose for a portrait on their 13-acre farm, where...
Ernestine (L), 54, and Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, pose for a portrait on their 13-acre farm, where they grow African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
African eggplants dry in a greenhouse on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
African eggplants dry in a greenhouse on the farm of Gbolo, a farmer originally from Liberia, in Vineland...
African eggplants dry in a greenhouse on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
An irrigation pump is seen on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
An irrigation pump is seen on the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia, in Vineland
An irrigation pump is seen on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in...
Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, walks through his 13-acre farm, where he grows African vegetables, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, holds an African eggplant on his 13 acres of fields...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Gbolo, a farmer originally from Liberia, holds an African eggplant on his 13 acres of fields in Vineland...
Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, holds an African eggplant on his 13 acres of fields in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13 acres of fields in...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13 acres of fields in...
Morris Gbolo, 57, a farmer originally from Liberia, poses for a portrait on his 13 acres of fields in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y12
October 18, 2015
A native African eggplant is grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
A native African eggplant is grown on the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia, in Vineland
A native African eggplant is grown on the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
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October 18, 2015
Richard VanVranken (L), 55, a Rutgers agricultural agent, visits the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
VanVranken, a Rutgers agricultural agent, visits the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia, in Vineland...
Richard VanVranken (L), 55, a Rutgers agricultural agent, visits the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY
RTS4Y0W
October 18, 2015
Richard VanVranken (L), 55, a Rutgers agricultural agent, walks through the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57,...
Vineland, UNITED STATES
VanVranken, a Rutgers agricultural agent, walks through the farm of Gbolo, originally from Liberia, in...
Richard VanVranken (L), 55, a Rutgers agricultural agent, walks through the farm of Morris Gbolo, 57, originally from Liberia, in Vineland, New Jersey, October 9, 2015. New Jersey, officially nicknamed "The Garden State" since 1954, is striving to revitalize its farming sector. It is seizing on trends such as the "Eat Local" movement, agritourism and ethnic crops that appeal to a growing population of Asian, Hispanic and African residents, including those flocking to Gbolo's fields in Vineland. Picture taken October 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-AGRICULTURE/NEW JERSEY REUTERS/Mark Makela
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