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Pictures Report
The top animal stories of 2019: Grumpy Cat, a lovelorn whale and more
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VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/ANIMALS
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September 07, 2016
Oscar is pictured at the Famproa dogs shelter in Los Teques, Venezuela August 18, 2016. His name is a...
Los Teques, Venezuela
The Wider Image: It's a dog's life
Oscar is pictured at the Famproa dogs shelter in Los Teques, Venezuela August 18, 2016. His name is a reference to Oscar Mayer, the hot dog brand. "He has spent many years living in the shelter, but is super grumpy, barks a lot, and if he does not know someone he will attempt to bite. Oscar does not like to interact with other dogs and the only way to see him happy is when somebody gives him bread to eat or when he plays with plastic bottle," said Maria Silva who takes care of dogs at the shelter. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "DOG LIFE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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February 16, 2016
The self-titled "Grumpy Old Men" including Jimmy Hayes, BJ Skelton, Dude McAbee and Hueston Merck (L-R);...
SIX MILE, UNITED STATES
Local residents talk politics at gas station in Six Mile, South Carolina
The self-titled "Grumpy Old Men" including Jimmy Hayes, BJ Skelton, Dude McAbee and Hueston Merck (L-R); meet for coffee and to talk a little Republican politics every morning at a gas station in Six Mile, South Carolina February 9, 2016. Pickens County is perhaps the most conservative area in the state, voting Republican in the highest percentage of any county in at least the past three presidential elections. The South Carolina Republican primary will be held on February 20, 2016. Picture taken February 9, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
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November 30, 2015
Grumpy Cat arrives to ride in the 84th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade in the Hollywood section of...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Grumpy Cat arrives to ride in the 84th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade in the Hollywood section of...
Grumpy Cat arrives to ride in the 84th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California, November 29, 2015. REUTERS/David McNew
USA-OBAMA/
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October 23, 2015
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Obama impersonates Grumpy Cat at Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's...
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of Republican politicians while speaking at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's 22nd annual conference in Washington October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-OBAMA/
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October 23, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama makes a "grumpy cat" face, referring the internet celebrity, while speaking...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama makes "grumpy cat" face as he speaks at the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama makes a "grumpy cat" face, referring the internet celebrity, while speaking at the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum in Washington October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-OBAMA/
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October 23, 2015
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Obama impersonates Grumpy Cat at Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's...
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of Republican politicians while speaking at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's 22nd annual conference in Washington October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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October 23, 2015
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Obama impersonates Grumpy Cat at Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's...
United States President Barack Obama does his "Grumpy Cat" impersonation while describing the mood of Republican politicians while speaking at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's 22nd annual conference in Washington October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press holds a photograph of her father, Percy Press Junior, posing...
Enfield, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press holds a photograph of her father in Enfield, north London
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press holds a photograph of her father, Percy Press Junior, posing at Covent Garden in London in 1992, at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London June 1, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 1, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde holds a photograph of a show at Llandudno in Wales after World...
WHITSTABLE, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde holds a photograph of a show at Llandudno in Wales after World...
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde holds a photograph of a show at Llandudno in Wales after World War II at his home in Beckenham, southern England May 14, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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September 26, 2014
A visitor watches a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival...
Rochester, United Kingdom
A visitor watches a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival...
A visitor watches a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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September 26, 2014
A combination picture shows typical Punch and Judy puppets before a show by "professor" John Styles at...
London, United Kingdom
A combination picture shows typical Punch and Judy puppets before a show by "professor" John Styles at...
A combination picture shows typical Punch and Judy puppets before a show by "professor" John Styles at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London June 22, 2014. The puppets are (from top L-R) Mr Punch, Judy, Baby, Mr Longneck, Beadle, Policeman, 'Joey' the Clown , Crocodile, Dog 'Toby', Ghost, Frying Pan and Punch's Pillow. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles poses for a photograph at his house in Sidcup, southern England...
SIDCUP, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles poses for a photograph at his house in Sidcup, southern England...
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles poses for a photograph at his house in Sidcup, southern England June 16, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press poses for a photograph at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London...
Enfield, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press poses for a photograph at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London...
Punch and Judy "professor" Adrienne Press poses for a photograph at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London June 1, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 1, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles holds a rare postcard from 1915 at his house in Sidcup, southern...
SIDCUP, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles holds a rare postcard from 1915 at his house in Sidcup, southern...
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles holds a rare postcard from 1915 at his house in Sidcup, southern England June 16, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 16, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles performs in his booth at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London...
London, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles performs in his booth at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London...
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles performs in his booth at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London June 22, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles prepares his booth before a show at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham,...
London, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles prepares his booth before a show at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham,...
Punch and Judy "professor" John Styles prepares his booth before a show at the Hurlingham Club in Fulham, west London June 22, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 22, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 26, 2014
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Children react during a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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September 26, 2014
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth,...
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Mark Poulton at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton sits in his booth during a break at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton sits in his booth during a break at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton sits in his booth during a break at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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September 26, 2014
"Bottler" Mary Edwards sits on chair before a Punch and Judy show performed by her husband Glyn at the...
Brighton, United Kingdom
"Bottler" Mary Edwards sits on chair before a Punch and Judy show performed by her husband Glyn at the...
"Bottler" Mary Edwards sits on chair before a Punch and Judy show performed by her husband Glyn at the seaside in Brighton, southern England June 8, 2014. A "bottler" is the assistant of the puppeteer, and collects money from the audience. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton poses for a photograph next to his booth at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton poses for a photograph next to his booth at the seaside in Weymouth,...
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton poses for a photograph next to his booth at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde performs in his booth in Whitstable, southern England August 9,...
WHITSTABLE, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde performs in his booth in Whitstable, southern England
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde performs in his booth in Whitstable, southern England August 9, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards performs in his booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern England...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards performs in his booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern England...
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards performs in his booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern England June 8, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy puppets are seen in "professor" Glyn Edwards' booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy puppets are seen in "professor" Glyn Edwards' booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern...
Punch and Judy puppets are seen in "professor" Glyn Edwards' booth at the seaside in Brighton, southern England June 8, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton holds a photograph of himself, taken while on holiday as a child...
Weymouth, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton holds a photograph of himself, taken while on holiday as a child...
Punch and Judy "professor" Mark Poulton holds a photograph of himself, taken while on holiday as a child in the 1970s, at the seaside in Weymouth, southern England August 12, 2014. Poulton is one of the last professional puppeteers who still operates on the beach most days during the summer season. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards prepares his booth before a show at the seaside in Brighton,...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards prepares his booth before a show at the seaside in Brighton,...
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards prepares his booth before a show at the seaside in Brighton, southern England June 8, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
RTR47TRS
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards reacts after a show at the seaside in Brighton, southern England...
Brighton, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards reacts after a show at the seaside in Brighton, southern England...
Punch and Judy "professor" Glyn Edwards reacts after a show at the seaside in Brighton, southern England June 8, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken June 8, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
RTR47TRI
September 26, 2014
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival in...
Rochester, United Kingdom
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival in...
People watch a Punch and Judy show performed by "professor" Robert Styles during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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RTR47TRD
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles performs a show during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Rochester, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles performs a show during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles performs a show during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
RTR47TRB
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles' booth is seen during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Rochester, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles' booth is seen during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles' booth is seen during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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RTR47TR3
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles poses for a photograph during a Dickens Festival in Rochester,...
Rochester, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles poses for a photograph during a Dickens Festival in Rochester,...
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles poses for a photograph during a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
RTR47TR1
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England...
WHITSTABLE, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England...
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England August 9, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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RTR47TQZ
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England...
WHITSTABLE, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England...
Punch and Judy "professor" David Wilde prepares his booth before a show in Whitstable, southern England August 9, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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RTR47TQX
September 26, 2014
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles prepares before a show at a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Rochester, United Kingdom
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles prepares before a show at a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern...
Punch and Judy "professor" Robert Styles prepares before a show at a Dickens Festival in Rochester, southern England May 31, 2014. Punch and Judy shows have been a fixture of British seaside resorts for centuries but they are having to adapt to changing social values to attract new audiences in an age of political correctness and digital entertainment. Generations of Britons have flocked to puppet booths to watch the irascible, hook-nosed Mr Punch whack long-suffering wife Judy with his "slap stick", drop their baby repeatedly and tangle with a grumpy policeman, a crocodile and a hangman.The anarchic humour remains as central as ever to the Punch and Judy experience, say the puppet-masters, traditionally known in the trade as "professors", but some elements have had to be toned down or are often omitted now. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)

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FILM-MTVMOVIEAWARDS
RTR3L4BL
April 13, 2014
Grumpy Cat arrives with his owner Tabatha Bundesen at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Grumpy Cat arrives with his owner Tabatha Bundesen at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles
Grumpy Cat arrives with his owner Tabatha Bundesen at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: Entertainment) (MTV-ARRIVALS)
FILM-MTVMOVIEAWARDS/
RTR3L4BG
April 13, 2014
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Danny...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ANIMALS) (MTV-ARRIVALS)
FILM-MTVMOVIEAWARDS/
RTR3L4BD
April 13, 2014
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Danny...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles
Grumpy cat arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) (MTV-ARRIVALS)
FILM-MTVMOVIEAWARDS
RTR3L4B9
April 13, 2014
Grumpy Cat gets her photo taken with a fan as she arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Grumpy Cat gets her photo taken with a fan as she arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles...
Grumpy Cat gets her photo taken with a fan as she arrives at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, California April 13, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: Entertainment) (MTV-ARRIVALS)
USA-MISSING/CALIFORNIA
RTX12VEO
August 24, 2013
Kidnap victim Hannah Anderson reacts as she holds a picture of her mother Christina Anderson, 44, and...
Santee, UNITED STATES
Kidnap victim Hannah Anderson reacts as she holds a picture of her mother Christina and her brother Ethan...
Kidnap victim Hannah Anderson reacts as she holds a picture of her mother Christina Anderson, 44, and her 8-year-old brother Ethan during a memorial at the Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Santee, California August 24, 2013. The two were murdered by family friend James Lee DiMaggio, before kidnapping Hannah earlier this month. Hannah was rescued and DiMaggio was killed in a shoot out with FBI agents in Idaho REUTERS/Howard Lipin/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: OBITUARY CRIME LAW SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA
RTX11VJF
July 23, 2013
A woman walks in the rain with a box on her head in Lower Manhattan in New York, July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman walks in the rain with a box on her head in Lower Manhattan in New York
A woman walks in the rain with a box on her head in Lower Manhattan in New York, July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
OLY-FENC-FEWIEP-ROUNDS-DAY3/
RTR35OI8
July 30, 2012
South Korea's Shin A Lam reacts after being defeated by Germany's Britta Heidemann (not seen) during...
London, United Kingdom
South Korea's Shin reacts after being defeated by Germany's Heidemann during their women's epee individual...
South Korea's Shin A Lam reacts after being defeated by Germany's Britta Heidemann (not seen) during their women's epee individual semifinal fencing competition at the ExCel venue at the London 2012 Olympic Games July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPORT FENCING TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JORDAN-SYRIA/
RTR34JXQ
July 03, 2012
A Syrian girl, injured during violence in her country, is seen after undergoing multiple reconstructive...
Amman, Jordan
A Syrian girl, injured during violence in her country, is seen after undergoing multiple reconstructive...
A Syrian girl, injured during violence in her country, is seen after undergoing multiple reconstructive surgeries at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman July 3, 2012. Doctors at the hospital said Syrians injured during the violence in their country are currently receiving treatment at the hospital run by Paris-based Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF). REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY)
LIBYA/
RTR2TK9O
November 03, 2011
A man shouts as civilians in Sirte line up to receive food and daily rations donated from various cities...
Sirte, Libya
A man shouts as civilians in Sirte line up to receive food and daily rations
A man shouts as civilians in Sirte line up to receive food and daily rations donated from various cities in Libya, November 3, 2011. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2S8SD
October 05, 2011
A visitor looks at "Grumpy Old God, 2010" by artist Grayson Perry during the press view of his exhibition...
London, United Kingdom
A visitor looks at "Grumpy Old God, 2010" by artist Grayson Perry during the press view of his exhibition...
A visitor looks at "Grumpy Old God, 2010" by artist Grayson Perry during the press view of his exhibition "The Tomb of The Unknown Craftsman" at the British Museum, London October 5, 2011. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
GUATEMALA/
RTXXM64
February 08, 2011
A woman dressed as a mime artist frowns during a memorial for Victor Leiva Borrayo in Guatemala City...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A woman dressed as a mime artist frowns during a memorial for Victor Leiva Borrayo in Guatemala City
A woman dressed as a mime artist frowns during a memorial for Victor Leiva Borrayo in Guatemala City February 8, 2011. Borrayo, a founding member of Caja Ludica, a group of artists and activists working with underpriviliged children, was gunned down last week in Guatemala City, according to the police. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
PEOPLE-HILTON/
RTXSGJO
September 20, 2010
Paris Hilton waits in the courtroom at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nevada September 20,...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Paris Hilton waits in the courtroom at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas
Paris Hilton waits in the courtroom at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas, Nevada September 20, 2010. Hilton pleaded guilty to charges stemming from her arrest for cocaine possession last month at the Wynn Las Vegas. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
ARTS-MUSIC/WAKEMAN
RTR2HDGH
August 18, 2010
Rock keyboard virtuoso Rick Wakeman plays at Fairport?s Cropredy Convention in Oxfordshire August 14,...
Oxford, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! ARTS-MUSIC/WAKEMAN
Rock keyboard virtuoso Rick Wakeman plays at Fairport?s Cropredy Convention in Oxfordshire August 14, 2010. Wakeman, who is also a star of BBC TV?s ?Grumpy Old Men?, says he is giving up long concert tours in favour of special projects such as last year?s recital of his ?Six Wives of Henry VIII? at Hampton Court. To match Reuters Life! ARTS-MUSIC/WAKEMAN/ REUTERS/Jeremy Gaunt (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
KENNEDY/
RTR277ZG
August 29, 2009
Edward Kennedy III, son of Edward Kennedy Jr., arrives for funeral services of his grandfather U.S Senator...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Edward Kennedy III, son of Edward Kennedy Jr., arrives for funeral services of his grandfather U.S Senator...
Edward Kennedy III, son of Edward Kennedy Jr., arrives for funeral services of his grandfather U.S Senator Edward Kennedy at the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Boston, Massachusetts, August 29, 2009. Senator Kennedy died Tuesday after a battle with cancer. REUTERS/Adam Hunger (UNITED STATES POLITICS OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTR25NTR
July 14, 2009
A geriatric nurse speaks to a resident at a home for the elderly in Hamburg July 14, 2009. REUTERS/Christian...
Hamburg, Germany
Geriatric nurse speaks to resident at home for the elderly in Hamburg
A geriatric nurse speaks to a resident at a home for the elderly in Hamburg July 14, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
USA-OBAMA/
RTR250TG
June 25, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama listens to remarks at the "United We Serve" service event at Fort McNair...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama listens to remarks at the "United We Serve" service event at Fort McNair...
U.S. President Barack Obama listens to remarks at the "United We Serve" service event at Fort McNair Fitness Center in Washington, June 25, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTR24ZQI
June 24, 2009
Candidate for Congress Nestor Kirchner reacts as he campaigns in the Greater Buenos Aires' district of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Candidate for Congress Kirchner reacts as he campaigns in the Greater Buenos Aires' district of Malvinas...
Candidate for Congress Nestor Kirchner reacts as he campaigns in the Greater Buenos Aires' district of Malvinas Argentinas, June 24, 2009. Kirchner, who preceded his wife President Cristina Fernandez in office, is now running for Congress for the ruling Peronist party in the June 28 mid-term election. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BASEBALL/
RTXO94A
May 27, 2009
A boy rests his head on a railing as he waits during a rain delay before the start of American League...
Arlington, UNITED STATES
A boy rests his head on a railing as he waits during a rain delay before the start of American League...
A boy rests his head on a railing as he waits during a rain delay before the start of American League MLB baseball action between the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas May 26, 2009. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES SPORT BASEBALL)
DISNEY/
RTXERAV
May 05, 2009
A statue of Disney character "Grumpy" from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is pictured on the Team...
Burbank, UNITED STATES
A statue of Disney character "Grumpy" from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is pictured on the Team...
A statue of Disney character "Grumpy" from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is pictured on the Team Disney building at the Walt Disney Co. compound in Burbank, California May 5, 2009. Disney is scheduled to report its second-quarter earnings May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
MOTOR RACING/HONDA
RTR229XL
December 05, 2008
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers...
Tokyo, Japan
Honda Motor Co. President and CEO Fukui is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference...
Honda Motor Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Takeo Fukui (R) is surrounded by photographers as he leaves a news conference in Tokyo December 5, 2008. Honda pulled out of Formula One on Friday, dealing a major blow to the sport and ending a dream for Japan's number two carmaker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
OLYMPICS/WEATHER
RTR20TZB
August 10, 2008
A girl stands in heavy rain at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, August 10, 2008. Rain fell on Beijing on...
Beijing, China
A girl stands in heavy rain at Tiananmen Square in Beijing
A girl stands in heavy rain at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, August 10, 2008. Rain fell on Beijing on Sunday raising hopes of clearing the fog and cooling oven-like temperatures for the second day of the Olympic Games. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
UKRAINE/
RTR20C97
July 19, 2008
Ukrainian Orthodox priests stand in the rain as they take part in a religious service marking the 1020th...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Orthodox priests take part in a religious service marking the 1020th anniversary of Baptism...
Ukrainian Orthodox priests stand in the rain as they take part in a religious service marking the 1020th anniversary of the Baptism of Russia in Kiev July 19, 2008. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE)
GOLF-OPEN/
RTX81RV
July 18, 2008
Simon Wakefield of England reacts after missing a birdie putt on the eighth hole during second round...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Simon Wakefield of England reacts after missing a birdie putt at the 2008 British Open Golf Championship...
Simon Wakefield of England reacts after missing a birdie putt on the eighth hole during second round play at the 2008 British Open Golf Championship at Royal Birkdale, Southport, northern England July 18, 2008. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (BRITAIN)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX7AMN
June 24, 2008
An Israeli woman stands outside her damaged house after a rocket fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza...
Sderot, Israel
Israeli woman stands outside her damaged house after rocket landed in Sderot
An Israeli woman stands outside her damaged house after a rocket fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza landed in the southern town of Sderot June 24, 2008. Militants in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip fired several rockets into southern Israel on Tuesday, breaching a five-day-old ceasefire after Israeli troops killed two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
QUAKE/
RTX6FJ1
June 02, 2008
A six-year-old earthquake survivor wearing a safety helmet sits outside a temporary tent in Hanwang town...
MIANZHU, China
A six-year-old earthquake survivor wearing a safety helmet sits outside a temporary tent in Hanwang town...
A six-year-old earthquake survivor wearing a safety helmet sits outside a temporary tent in Hanwang town of earthquake-hit Mianzhu county, Sichuan Province June 2, 2008. China said on Monday it could guarantee there would be no epidemics in the earthquake zone, while some survivors complained their farmland was being bulldozed to make way for temporary housing. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
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