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SPAIN-LAWMAKERS/
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March 20, 2016
Miguel Vila, 32, a former cameraman and a new lawmaker of Podemos (We Can) party, poses for a photograph...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Spain: lawmakers in limbo
Miguel Vila, 32, a former cameraman and a new lawmaker of Podemos (We Can) party, poses for a photograph in front of the Spanish parliament in Madrid, Spain January 27, 2016. "I never thought I would become an MP until [party leader] Pablo Iglesias told me he counted on me to be part of his team for the elections. A team called to gain the country to give it back to the people. I felt very honoured when he told me so, but I would be lying if I didn’t admit that I also felt giddy. It was about taking a huge responsibility with the country and I didn't know if I was up to it. My shock at becoming a politician didn't last long, just until I remembered the almost six years I spent working as a television cameraman in parliament, seeing how politicians of the old two-party system were working with their backs turned to the people, completely cut off from the real problems of the country. At this point I thought that any person could become a politician and do it better by being closer to the people," he said. REUTERS/Andrea Comas SEARCH "LAWMAKER COMAS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
COLLEGE-BASKETBALL/
RTSB4QQ
March 18, 2016
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) reaches for a...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee State
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) reaches for a loose ball ahead of Michigan State Spartans guard Denzel Valentine (45) during the second half of the first round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
COLLEGE-BASKETBALL/
RTSB4QO
March 18, 2016
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) reacts during...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee State
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) reacts during the second half against the Michigan State Spartans of the first round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
COLLEGE-BASKETBALL/
RTSB4PK
March 18, 2016
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) and Michigan State...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee State
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) and Michigan State Spartans guard Denzel Valentine (45) go after a loose ball during the second half of the first round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
COLLEGE-BASKETBALL/
RTSB4MX
March 18, 2016
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Michigan State Spartans guard Matt McQuaid (20) and Middle Tennessee...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee State
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Michigan State Spartans guard Matt McQuaid (20) and Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) fight over the ball during the first half of the first round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
COLLEGE-BASKETBALL/
RTSB4IH
March 18, 2016
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) and Michigan State...
St. Louis, UNITED STATES
NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-First Round-Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee State
Mar 18, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders guard Giddy Potts (20) and Michigan State Spartans guard Bryn Forbes (5) go after a loose ball during the first half of the first round in the 2016 NCAA Tournament at Scottrade Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1R9LN
September 05, 2015
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Attendees ride the vertigo during the fourth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 5, 2015. According to organizers, attendance is expected to exceed 140,000 for the two-day festival which features more than 50 acts. REUTERS/Mark Makela
THAILAND-POLITICS/
RTR483X8
September 29, 2014
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's...
Nakorn Nayok, Thailand
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's...
A member of the Royal Thai Army sits after feeling faint during a military parade marking Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha retirement as commander in chief of the Royal Thai Army at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy in Nakornnayok September 29, 2014. Thailand's army chief prime minister, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, hands over command of the army this week to a trusted ally and steps into civilian politics as head of a government likely to soon face pressure to turn around a sputtering economy. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
ASIA-ART/INVESTING
RTR2VE36
December 18, 2011
Sotheby's Asia Deputy Chairman Nicolas Chow poses with the "Famille rose peach box and cover" at a preview...
Hong Kong, China
To match Feature ASIA-ART/INVESTING
Sotheby's Asia Deputy Chairman Nicolas Chow poses with the "Famille rose peach box and cover" at a preview by auction house Sotheby's in Hong Kong February 25, 2011. Despite giddy Chinese art prices showing some strain from global economic uncertainty, collectors think value will continue to rise due to limited supply and continued strong demand as Asian collectors become more affluent. Hong Kong has played a key role in Asia's art market boom. Its auction market turnover -- anchored by Sotheby's and Christie's -- skyrocketed 300 percent from 2009 to 2010, powered by a wave of Chinese millionaires buying art with avid fervour. Picture taken February 25, 2011 To match Feature ASIA-ART/INVESTING REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-RUSSIA/
RTR26NYO
August 13, 2009
A member of the Ukrainian People's Party, discontented with the recent accusations of Russia's President...
Kiev, Ukraine
A member of the Ukrainian People's Party participates in a rally near the Russian embassy in Kiev
A member of the Ukrainian People's Party, discontented with the recent accusations of Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev aimed at his counterpart Viktor Yushchenko, participates in a rally near the Russian embassy in Kiev, August 13, 2009. Medvedev on Tuesday warned energy security in the region was at risk due to Yushchenko's policies towards Russia, in comments interpreted by Ukrainian analysts as a sign of Moscow's intrusion in a presidential election race next year. The banner reads, "Giddiness because of the success?" REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE POLITICS CONFLICT ENERGY)
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Bruni and Sarkozy
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SOCCER/WOMEN
RTXBYA3
February 23, 2009
U.S. women's soccer players Briana Scurry (L), Mia Hamm (C) and Brandi Chastain celebrate after beating...
Athens, Greece
To match feature SOCCER/WOMEN
U.S. women's soccer players Briana Scurry (L), Mia Hamm (C) and Brandi Chastain celebrate after beating Brazil in the gold medal match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in this August 26, 2004 file photo. In a time of such financial turmoil it would be easier to think back on a giddy season of success highlighted by an Olympic gold medal in Beijing rather than to look ahead to an uncertain future. But for members of the U.S. soccer team, who would likely have suffered a low media profile until the 2011 World Cup and 2012 Olympics, this year is now bright with possibilities, most of them centred on the return to the country of women's professional soccer. To match feature SOCCER/WOMEN REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell/Files
SPAIN/
RTR1QK0G
June 06, 2007
MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi (R) rides the new roller coaster attraction "Furius Baco" at Port Aventura...
Salou, Spain
MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi rides the new roller coaster attraction "Furius Baco" at Port Aventura amusement...
MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi (R) rides the new roller coaster attraction "Furius Baco" at Port Aventura amusement park in Salou, near Barcelona, June 7, 2007. REUTERS/Bea Martinez (SPAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1P811
May 01, 2007
A sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley stands on a rooftop overlooking the London Eye in central...
London, United Kingdom
A sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley stands on a rooftop overlooking the London Eye in central...
A sculpture by British artist Antony Gormley stands on a rooftop overlooking the London Eye in central London May 1, 2007. 'Event Horizon' is an installation of 31 iron sculpture casts of the artist's body, located around central London and coinciding with his 'Blind Light' exhibition, which runs until August 19. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
MEXICO-SPIDERMAN/
RTR1K5OI
December 07, 2006
France's daredevil climber Alain Robert, known as "Spiderman", scales a 23-floor glass and steel office...
Mexico City, Mexico
France's daredevil climber Alain Robert, known as "Spiderman", scales a 23-floor glass and steel office...
France's daredevil climber Alain Robert, known as "Spiderman", scales a 23-floor glass and steel office building known as "World Plaza" in Mexico City's Santa Fe district December 7, 2006. Robert took 30 minutes to climb the building and was taken away by authorities after reaching the top. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
MEXICO
RTXNSFG
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico C.....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (L) and the same location (R) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
MEXICO
RTXNSC2
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City'.....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
MEXICO
RTXNSC1
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico .....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROP29
September 19, 2005
File photo shows a building in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on September...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows a building in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on ...
File photo shows a building in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on September 19, 2005. A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROOZC
September 19, 2005
Mexican rescue workers light candles during earthquake anniversary mass in Solidaridad Plaza in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican rescue workers light candles during earthquake anniversary mass in Solidaridad Plaza in ...
Mexican rescue workers light candles during earthquake anniversary mass in Solidaridad Plaza in Mexico City. Mexican rescue workers light candles during an earthquake anniversary mass in Solidaridad Plaza in Mexico City, September 19, 2005. The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of an earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROOYA
September 19, 2005
A Mexican man light candles during an earthquake anniversary mass at Tlaltelolco apartment complex in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican man light candles during an earthquake anniversary mass at Tlaltelolco apartment complex.
A Mexican man light candles during an earthquake anniversary mass at Tlaltelolco apartment complex in Mexico City, September 19, 2005.The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of an earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA/VP
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROOX3
September 19, 2005
File photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on September...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on ......
File photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing during earthquake and same location on September 19, 2005. A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File
AUSTRALIA
RTRQTL5
August 19, 1999
Installation worker Allan Giddy checks the lighting on a stuffed red kangaroo, borrowed from the Australian...
Sydney, Australia
ALLAN GIDDY CHECKS ON STUFFED KANGAROO AT ART EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY.
Installation worker Allan Giddy checks the lighting on a stuffed red kangaroo, borrowed from the Australian Museum, that is part of an artwork titled 'Blind Ned' at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney August 19. The life-like animal features in the bi-annual exhibition 'Australian Perspecta' which is the largest national contemporary art event of its kind held in Australia with over 60 artists' works on display.

DG/CC/AA
RTRC5IW
November 14, 1997
FILE PHOTO 14NOV97 - Mary Kay LeTourneau, a former teacher imprisoned for having sexual relations with...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF TEACHER LETOURNEAU
FILE PHOTO 14NOV97 - Mary Kay LeTourneau, a former teacher imprisoned for having sexual relations with a 14-year-old boy, is pregnant for a second time by the teen-ager, a newspaper reported on March 14. Letourneau, who last month was sentenced to more than seven years in prison on child rape charges, is six weeks pregnant and plans to carry the baby to term, according to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which quoted an unidentified source. "She is absolutely giddy," the source said. She is shown sitting in court at the Regional Justice Center in Kent, Washington, on November 14, 1997, before being sentenced for the crime.

USA TEACHER
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROQ5D
September 19, 1985
Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapses after an earthquake in this September...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing.
Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapses after an earthquake in this September 19, 1985 file photo. The 1985 Mexico City earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake.Some 12,000 people are believed to have died in this earthquake, with another 40,000 injured. President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on September 19, 2005 for the victims as the country marks the quake's 20th anniversary. Photo taken on September 19, 1985. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File DA/VP
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROP5G
September 19, 1985
People look at the damaged Hotel De Carlo in Revolution Plaza in Mexico City after an earthquake in this...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows damaged Hotel De Carlo in Mexico City.
People look at the damaged Hotel De Carlo in Revolution Plaza in Mexico City after an earthquake in this September 19, 1985 file photo. The 1985 Mexico City earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake.Some 12,000 people are believed to have died in this earthquake, with another 40,000 injured. President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on September 19, 2005 for the victims as the country marks the quake's 20th anniversary. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File DA/VP
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROP4Q
September 19, 1985
Rubble from the Hotel Regis lies in Mexico City's central Alameda park square after an earthquake in...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing.
Rubble from the Hotel Regis lies in Mexico City's central Alameda park square after an earthquake in this September 19, 1985 file photo. The 1985 Mexico City earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake.Some 12,000 people are believed to have died in this earthquake, with another 40,000 injured. President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on September 19, 2005 for the victims as the country marks the quake's 20th anniversary. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File DA/VP
MEXICO QUAKE
RTROP3Y
September 19, 1985
The Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapses after an earthquake in this September...
Mexico City, Mexico
File photo shows Hotel Regis in Mexico City collapsing.
The Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapses after an earthquake in this September 19, 1985 file photo. The 1985 Mexico City earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake.Some 12,000 people are believed to have died in this earthquake, with another 40,000 injured. President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on September 19, 2005 for the victims as the country marks the quake's 20th anniversary. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar/File DA/VP
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