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Pictures Report
Pictures Report
How each Democratic candidate performed in the third debate
11 PICTURES
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NR12
May 04, 2014
Security personnel patrol a deserted road during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian...
BAKSA, India
Security personnel patrol a deserted road during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian...
Security personnel patrol a deserted road during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NR10
May 04, 2014
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village...
BAKSA, India
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village...
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NR0T
May 04, 2014
A villager from a Muslim community prepares to lit fire to cook food at a relief camp in Narayanguri...
BAKSA, India
A villager from a Muslim community prepares to lit fire to cook food at a relief camp in Narayanguri...
A villager from a Muslim community prepares to lit fire to cook food at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NQZJ
May 04, 2014
Boys from Muslim communities eat their meals inside a tent at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in...
BAKSA, India
Boys from Muslim communities eat their meals inside a tent at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in...
Boys from Muslim communities eat their meals inside a tent at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NQZF
May 04, 2014
A villager from a Muslim community sits at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in...
BAKSA, India
A villager from a Muslim community sits at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa in the northeastern...
A villager from a Muslim community sits at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS
RTR3NQYX
May 04, 2014
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village...
BAKSA, India
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village...
Villagers from Muslim communities affected by ethnic violence weep at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS/
RTR3NQYK
May 04, 2014
Security personnel patrol during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam...
BAKSA, India
Security personnel patrol during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam...
Security personnel patrol during a curfew in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Police on Sunday said the death toll from the Assam attacks now stood at 34 after they found the bodies of two 30-year-old women floating in the Beki river near Narayanguri village, where the worst of the attacks took place. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
INDIA-MIGRANTS/
RTR3NQXH
May 04, 2014
Villagers from Muslim communities wail upon seeing the body of a relative at a relief camp in Narayanguri...
BAKSA, India
Villagers from Muslim communities wail upon seeing the body of a relative at a relief camp in Narayanguri...
Villagers from Muslim communities wail upon seeing the body of a relative at a relief camp in Narayanguri village in Baksa district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam May 4, 2014. India deployed troops in Assam on Saturday after more than 30 Muslims were gunned down in three days of what police said were attacks by Bodo tribal militants, who resent the presence of settlers they claim are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial front-runner in India's mammoth general election, on Sunday reiterated his strong stance against illegal immigrants, just days after a wave of sectarian killings in the north-eastern state of Assam. REUTERS/Utpal Baruah (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381J2
September 16, 2012
Iraqi army soldiers stand guard at a gate refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province September 8, 2012....
Al-Qaim, Iraq
Iraqi army soldiers stand guard at a gate refugee camp in al-Qaim
Iraqi army soldiers stand guard at a gate refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MILITARY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381IK
September 16, 2012
Syrian refugee children play at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim,...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
Syrian refugee children play at a refugee camp in al-Qaim
Syrian refugee children play at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381IF
September 16, 2012
Syrian refugees look out from their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012....
Al-Qaim, Iraq
Syrian refugees look out from their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim
Syrian refugees look out from their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381IA
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi border policeman stands guard on a watch tower on the Iraqi-Syrian border at the Abu Kamal-qaim...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi border policeman stands guard on a watch tower on the Iraqi-Syrian border at the Abu Kamal-qaim...
An Iraqi border policeman stands guard on a watch tower on the Iraqi-Syrian border at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381I7
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing,...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing...
An Iraqi policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381I3
September 16, 2012
Syrian refugees sit inside their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012....
Al-Qaim, Iraq
Syrian refugees sit inside their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim
Syrian refugees sit inside their tent at a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381I1
September 16, 2012
A Syrian refugee stands in a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
A Syrian refugee stands in a refugee camp in al-Qaim
A Syrian refugee stands in a refugee camp in al-Qaim, Anbar province, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381HX
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing,...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381HS
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu...
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381HP
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu...
An Iraqi border policeman looks through a pair of binoculars near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381HO
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi border policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi border policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border...
An Iraqi border policeman mans a machine gun near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ
RTR381HM
September 16, 2012
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing,...
Al-Qaim, Iraq
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing
An Iraqi police vehicle patrols near the Iraqi-Syrian borders at the Abu Kamal-qaim border crossing, the main border post between Iraq and Syria, September 8, 2012. Al Qaim, in the Sunni heartland of Anbar province, reflects the tricky balancing act Iraq's Shi'ite leaders face in Syria, whose crisis is testing the Middle East's sectarian divide. Al Qaim and its neighbouring Syrian counterpart Albu Kamal are on a strategic supply route for smugglers, gun-runners and now insurgents aiming to join the rebellion. Picture taken September 8, 2012. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/IRAQ REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: CONFLICT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32U69
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants sit outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in the western Yemeni...
HARADH, Yemen
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants sit outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in the western Yemeni town of Haradh on the border with Saudi Arabia March 28, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities. Picture taken on March 28, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32U66
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants walk on the side of a highway leading to the western Yemeni town of Haradh on the...
HARADH, multiple countries
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants walk on the side of a highway leading to the western Yemeni town of Haradh on the border with Saudi Arabia March 28, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities. Picture taken on March 28, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32U1K
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants sleep out in the open outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in...
HARADH, multiple countries
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants sleep out in the open outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in the western Yemeni town of Haradh on the border with Saudi Arabia March 29, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities.Picture taken on March 29, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32TZ8
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants sleep out in the open outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in...
HARADH, Yemen
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants sleep out in the open outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated in the western Yemeni town of Haradh, on the border with Saudi Arabia March 29, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities. Picture taken on March 29, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32TYP
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants walk on the side of a highway leading to the western Yemeni town of Haradh, on the...
HARADH, Yemen
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants walk on the side of a highway leading to the western Yemeni town of Haradh, on the border with Saudi Arabia March 28, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities. Picture taken on March 28, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
RTR32TYK
May 30, 2012
Ethiopian migrants gather outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated, in the western...
HARADH, Yemen
To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/
Ethiopian migrants gather outside a transit center where they wait to be repatriated, in the western Yemeni town of Haradh, on the border with Saudi Arabia March 28, 2012. Plagued by sandstorms, drought, gun runners and drug smugglers, the 1,800-km (1,100-mile) strip of land along the Yemeni-Saudi border has long been a desolate, dangerous place. But crumbling government control and a surge of migrants, driven out of the Horn of Africa by poverty and persecution, have turned it into a kind of hell where criminal gangs roam freely, trading migrants like commodities. Picture taken on March 28, 2012. To match Feature YEMEN-MIGRANTS/ REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
ATHLETICS-PRIX/
RTR260J5
July 24, 2009
Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates as he wins the men's 100m race during the London Grand Prix athletics...
London, United Kingdom
Jamaica's Bolt celebrates as he wins the men's 100m race during the London Grand Prix athletics tournament...
Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates as he wins the men's 100m race during the London Grand Prix athletics tournament at Crystal Palace in London July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN SPORT ATHLETICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPICS/ATHLETICS
RTR21DYJ
August 19, 2008
Usain Bolt (background) of Jamaica waits for the start of his 200m semi-final of the athletics competition...
Beijing, China
Bolt of Jamaica waits for start of 200m semi-final at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
Usain Bolt (background) of Jamaica waits for the start of his 200m semi-final of the athletics competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the National Stadium August 19, 2008. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA)
INDIA
RTRS6NP
February 04, 2004
British gunrunner Peter Bleach (L) speaks during a news conferance as British Deputy High Commissioner...
India
BRITISH GUN RUNNER PETER BLEACH SPEAKES DURING A NEWS CONFERANCE IN CALCUTTA.
British gunrunner Peter Bleach (L) speaks during a news conferance as British Deputy High Commissioner Andrew Hall (R) smiles after the former was released from prison in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta February 4, 2004. Bleach was set free on Wednesday following a pardon by India's president, more than eight years after he was arrested by Indian police probing a mysterious arms drop. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/
INDIA
RTRBUYK
February 04, 2004
British gunrunner Peter Bleach (L) walks out after he was released from a high-security prison in the...
Calcutta, Republic of India
BRITISH GUN RUNNER PETER BLEACH WALKS OUT AFTER HE WAS RELEASED FROM A HIGH-SECURITY PRISON IN CALCUTTA....
British gunrunner Peter Bleach (L) walks out after he was released from a high-security prison in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta, February 4, 2004. Indian Deputy Prime Minister Lal Krishna Advani announced last week India will release Bleach, who was serving a life sentence in Calcutta for air-dropping arms for militants in 1995. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/DL
POLITICS CALIFORNIA
RTR49UK
October 04, 2003
Actor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger kisses
his wife, Maria Shriver, during...
Clovis, USA
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER KISSES WIFE AT CAMPAIGN EVENT IN CALIFORNIA.
Actor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger kisses
his wife, Maria Shriver, during a campaign appearance in Clovis, California,
October 4, 2003. Like a film superhero who miraculously survives knife, gun
and grenade attacks, Schwarzenegger kept going strong in his campaign to
become California governor on Saturday after battling back allegations of
sexual misconduct and Nazi sympathies. Bolstered by the presence of his
television journalist wife, the Republican front-runner accused Governor
Gray Davis of fighting a dirty campaign to save his job. PP03100025
REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

RG/GAC
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY5RK
August 20, 2002
New York Yankees second baseman Alfonso Soriano guns a throw to first
base after forcing Anaheim Angels...
New York, United States of America
YANKEES DOUBLE PLAY ENDS GAME WITH ANGELS.
New York Yankees second baseman Alfonso Soriano guns a throw to first
base after forcing Anaheim Angels runner David Eckstein (28) at second
base in the ninth inning at Yankee Stadium in New York, August 20,
2002. The throw got batter Scott Spiezio for a game ending double play
and the Yankees won 7-5. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

RFS
INDIA
RTR1RWV
February 22, 2002
British gun-runner Peter Bleach (R), serving a life sentence in an
Indian prison for his role in an...
Calcutta, Republic of India
BRITISH GUN-RUNNER PETER BLEACH ENTERS A COURT IN CALCUTTA.
British gun-runner Peter Bleach (R), serving a life sentence in an
Indian prison for his role in an illegal arms drop, enters a court in
the eastern Indian city of Calcutta on February 22, 2002. The Calcutta
High Court on Friday could not hear allegations of discrimination
against Bleach because of what Bleach said was "an administrative
problem." Bleach has alleged that his rights under the constitution
were violated when his co-accused in an illegal arms drop were
released. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/CP
INDIA
RTR141W
February 04, 2002
An Indian commando escorts British gun-runner Peter Bleach (R), serving
a life sentence in an Indian...
Calcutta, Republic of India
BRITISH GUN-RUNNER PETER BLEACH ARRIVES AT COURT IN CALCUTTA.
An Indian commando escorts British gun-runner Peter Bleach (R), serving
a life sentence in an Indian prison for his role in an illegal arms
drop, to a court in Calcutta on February 4, 2002. The Calcutta High
Court said on Monday its writ (constitutional) bench would decide
whether Bleach had been "discriminated" against. Five Russians, who
were Bleach's co-accused, were released in 2000 following their appeal
for clemency. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/RCS
CRIME BRAZIL MAYOR
RTRP1J
January 22, 2002
Workers Party (PT) president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (L) shakes hands
with President Fernando Henrique...
Sao Paulo, Brazil -
WORKERS PARTY LEADER LULA WITH PRESIDENT CARDOSO IN BRAZIL.
Workers Party (PT) president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (L) shakes hands
with President Fernando Henrique Cardoso during a courtesy visit to
Brasilia January 22, 2002. Mayor Celso Daniel, a close PT ally and
mayor of Santo Andre, a town on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, was gunned
down last Sunday; the second PT mayor to be killed in the state of Sao
Paulo since last September. He was also a close friend of Lula da
Silva, who is one of the front-runners in opinion polls to win the
October presidential elections. Lula was in town to discuss security
measures for government officials. REUTERS/Gregg Newton

GN/ME
INDIA BLEACH
RTRO5PW
October 15, 2001
An Indian policeman escorts jailed British gun runner Peter Bleach (L)
to a court in the eastern Indian...
Calcutta, Republic of India
POLICEMAN ESCORTS PETER BLEACH TO A COURT IN CALCUTTA.
An Indian policeman escorts jailed British gun runner Peter Bleach (L)
to a court in the eastern Indian City of Calcutta, October 15, 2001.
The Indian court on Monday rejected a bail application from Bleach who
is serving a life sentence in a Calcutta jail for his role in an
illegal arms drop over West Bengal State in 1995. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

KK/DL
IRISH GUN-RUNNER
RTRKLEQ
July 11, 2001
Michael Prior, secretary of the Asgard Restoration Project, looks under
the keel of Asgard in Dublin,...
Dublin, Ireland
FEATURE MATCHER IRISH GUN-RUNNER.
Michael Prior, secretary of the Asgard Restoration Project, looks under
the keel of Asgard in Dublin, Ireland, July 10th, 2001.One of the most
romantic sailing exploits of all times, English-born writer Erskine
Childer's gun-running to Irish republicans in 1914, is making waves
almost a century later. The 49-foot ketch "Asgard", built in 1904 by
famed Norwegian designer Colin Archer for Childers and his crippled
Boston-born wife Molly as a wedding present from her father, is the
focus of a raging debate over what should be done to keep one of the
most famous icons of the Irish republicanism from crumbling to dust.

PM
IRISH GUN-RUNNER
RTRKLEI
July 10, 2001
Michael Prior, secretary of the Asgard Restoration Project, looks under
the bow of Asgard in Dublin,...
Dublin, Ireland
FEATURE MATCHER IRISH GUN-RUNNER.
Michael Prior, secretary of the Asgard Restoration Project, looks under
the bow of Asgard in Dublin, Ireland, July 10, 2001.One of the most
romantic sailing exploits of all times, English-born writer Erskine
Childer's gun-running to Irish republicans in 1914, is making waves
almost a century later. The 49-foot ketch "Asgard", built in 1904 by
famed Norwegian designer Colin Archer for Childers and his crippled
Boston-born wife Molly as a wedding present from her father, is the
focus of a raging debate over what should be done to keep one of the
most famous icons of the Irish republicanism from crumbling to dust.

PM
THAILAND
RTRGFL1
March 31, 2001
Gun Rumgchao (C), the 25-year-old winner of Thailand's third annual Miss Tiffany pageant for transvestites...
Pattaya, Thailand - Kingdom of
MISS TIFFANY TRANSVESTITE AND TRANSSEXUAL CONTEST WINNERS GATHER FOR A PICTURE IN PATTAYA, THAILAND.
Gun Rumgchao (C), the 25-year-old winner of Thailand's third annual Miss Tiffany pageant for transvestites and transsexuals, is kissed by runner-up Jirasak Sitiyotha (R) and second runner-up Ananthachai Namjan in the Thai coastal resort town of Pattaya late March 31, 2001. The unusual beauty pageant, televised live across Thailand amid increasing popularity in the country, had over 50 competitors modelling various fashions and answering questions before a panel of judges.

JIR/JD
CHINA
RTR3B5
December 01, 1999
FOR RELEASE WITH BC-CHINA-MUSEUM - Models depicting a Sikh (L) and two western policeman stand guard...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
MODELS OF POLICEMEN IN A SHANGHAI POLICE MUSEUM.
FOR RELEASE WITH BC-CHINA-MUSEUM - Models depicting a Sikh (L) and two western policeman stand guard in a Shanghai Police Museum exhibit. The Shanghai Police Museum - the first of its kind in China - invites visitors to take a trip down memory lane of old Shanghai, with its gangsters, gun-runners and dancehall girls. Picture taken December 1, 1999.

NCW/DL
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR10OPQ
May 12, 1999
New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada (R) blocks the plate with his foot and makes the tag to get Anaheim...
New York, USA
YANKEES POSADA TAGS OUT ANGELS SHEETS AT PLATE.
New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada (R) blocks the plate with his foot and makes the tag to get Anaheim Angels runner Andy Sheets in the sixth inning May 11 at Yankee Stadium. Sheets tried to score from third base on a fly out by batter Mo Vaughn, but left fielder Shane Spencer gunned down Sheets from left centerfield for the double play and the final out of the inning.

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