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MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/PROTESTS
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June 03, 2020
A demonstrator spray paints a hangman symbol from the word game by the same name, as protests continue...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protests against racial inequality continue in Washington
A demonstrator spray paints a hangman symbol from the word game by the same name, as protests continue on the streets near the White House over the death in police custody of George Floyd, in Washington, U.S., June 3, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

ALGERIA-PROTESTS/
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April 05, 2019
People gesture and carry a mock hangman with the faces of Algerian businessman Ali Haddad, former prime...
Algiers, Algeria
People protest to push for the removal of the current political structure in Algiers
People gesture and carry a mock hangman with the faces of Algerian businessman Ali Haddad, former prime minister Ahmed Ouyahia, and Said Bouteflika, brother of former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, during a protest to push for the removal of the current political structure, in Algiers, Algeria April 5, 2019. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
GERMANY-POLITICS/
RTS47BI
October 13, 2015
People hold up a mock hangman's gallows with a sign reading 'Reserved for Sigmar Gabriel' (L) and 'Reserved...
Dresden, Germany
People gather for an anti-immigration demonstration organised by PEGIDA in Dresden
People hold up a mock hangman's gallows with a sign reading 'Reserved for Sigmar Gabriel' (L) and 'Reserved for Angela Merkel' as they gather for an anti-immigration demonstration organised by rightwing movement Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) in front of the Palace Church in Dresden, Germany October 12, 2015. Sigmar Gabriel is the German minister of Economy. Picture taken October 12, 2015. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-POLITICS/
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October 12, 2015
People hold up a mock hangman's gallows with a sign reading 'Reserved for Sigmar Gabriel' as they gather...
Dresden, Germany
People gather for an anti-immigration demonstration organised by PEGIDA in Dresden
People hold up a mock hangman's gallows with a sign reading 'Reserved for Sigmar Gabriel' as they gather for an anti-immigration demonstration organised by rightwing movement Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) in front of the Palace Church in Dresden, Germany October 12, 2015. Sigmar Gabriel is the German minister of Economy. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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BRITAIN-PUNCHANDJUDY/WIDERIMAGE
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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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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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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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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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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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March 21, 2014
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Liseth...
Madrid, Spain
Liseth Saavedra pulls her daughter Dayana past a placard as they wait for the judicial commission to...
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Liseth Saavedra (obscured) pulls her daughter Dayana past a placard, which reads: "No to evictions" and shows a hangman, as they wait for the judicial commission to carry out their eviction in Madrid March 21, 2014. Saavedra 22, lives in the home with her husband Jimmy Chasi Sanguna, their two daughters, her in-laws and her brothers-in-law, Henri and Franklin. The Chasi Sanguna family, which came from Ecuador, faces eviction as they were unable to keep up with the mortage. Franklin and Henri lost their jobs in construction in 2010 and went on to work in their father's auto shop, which went out of business in 2011. Currently, only Franklin is employed, as a car painter three months ago, and Henri does the occasional odd job. Their eviction by Spanish nationalized lender Bankia has been postponed to April 11 due to a lack of police officers to carry it out, according to the judicial commission, Franklin said. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FQR6
February 26, 2014
A demonstrator holds a replica hangman's gallows during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in...
London, United Kingdom
A demonstrator holds a replica hangman's gallows during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in...
A demonstrator holds a replica hangman's gallows during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February 26, 2014. Two British Muslim converts were sentenced on Wednesday for hacking soldier Lee Rigby to death in broad daylight on a London street in a gruesome killing that horrified the nation and provoked an anti-Islamic backlash. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FQQU
February 26, 2014
Replica hangman's gallows are seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Replica hangman's gallows are seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London
Replica hangman's gallows are seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February 26, 2014. Two British Muslim converts were sentenced on Wednesday for hacking soldier Lee Rigby to death in broad daylight on a London street in a gruesome killing that horrified the nation and provoked an anti-Islamic backlash. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN-SOLDIER
RTR3FQM7
February 26, 2014
A supporter of the English Defence League with a tattoo on his head stands by a replica hangman's noose...
London, United Kingdom
A supporter of the English Defence League stands by a replica hangman's noose and gallows during a protest...
A supporter of the English Defence League with a tattoo on his head stands by a replica hangman's noose and gallows during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February 26, 2014. Two British Muslim converts were sentenced on Wednesday for hacking soldier Lee Rigby to death in broad daylight on a London street in a gruesome killing that horrified the nation and provoked an anti-Islamic backlash. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
BRITAIN-SOLDIER
RTR3FQLW
February 26, 2014
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February...
London, United Kingdom
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February 26, 2014. Two British Muslim converts were sentenced on Wednesday for hacking soldier Lee Rigby to death in broad daylight on a London street in a gruesome killing that horrified the nation and provoked an anti-Islamic backlash. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
BRITAIN-SOLDIER
RTR3FQLT
February 26, 2014
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February...
London, United Kingdom
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London
A replica hangman's noose is seen during a protest outside the Old Bailey courthouse in London February 26, 2014. Two British Muslim converts were sentenced on Wednesday for hacking soldier Lee Rigby to death in broad daylight on a London street in a gruesome killing that horrified the nation and provoked an anti-Islamic backlash. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
SPAIN/
RTR3AMLH
November 19, 2012
A man uses an ATM machine at a La Caixa savings bank branch next to a drawing of a hangman with the word...
Madrid, Spain
A man uses an ATM machine at a La Caixa savings bank branch in central Madrid
A man uses an ATM machine at a La Caixa savings bank branch next to a drawing of a hangman with the word "Desahucio" (eviction), in central Madrid November 19, 2012. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SPAIN-EVICTIONS/
RTR3ABLU
November 12, 2012
A man walks past a drawing of a hangman with the word "Desahucio" (eviction) spelled out, on a street...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a drawing of a hangman with the word eviction spelled out, on a street in central Madrid...
A man walks past a drawing of a hangman with the word "Desahucio" (eviction) spelled out, on a street in central Madrid November 12, 2012. Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos promised on Monday that no needy family will go homeless over mortgage arrears, responding to public fury at a homeowner's suicide as she was being evicted. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR398XQ
October 17, 2012
A student dressed as a hangman reacts during a protest on the second day of a three-day nationwide student...
Madrid, United Kingdom
A student dressed as a hangman reacts during a protest on the second day of a three-day nationwide student...
A student dressed as a hangman reacts during a protest on the second day of a three-day nationwide student strike to protest against education cuts in Madrid October 17, 2012. The placard reads, "No more violence from politicized police". REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN/
RTR35X84
August 02, 2012
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the...
Madrid, United Kingdom
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the...
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Madrid August 2, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR35X82
August 02, 2012
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the...
Madrid, United Kingdom
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the...
Public health workers demonstrate against government austerity measures next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Madrid August 2, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR35X7T
August 02, 2012
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano...
Madrid, United Kingdom
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's PM Rajoy during a protest...
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy during a protest by public health workers against government austerity measures in Madrid August 2, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR35X6T
August 02, 2012
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's PM Rajoy during a protest...
A demonstrator shouts slogans next to a mock hangman with the face of Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy during a protest by public health workers against government austerity measures in Madrid August 2, 2012. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
INDIA/
RTR34TJX
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni (C) sells paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, to a customer at his jail cell-themed...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni sells paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, to a customer at his jail cell-themed shop...
Owner Ram Soni (C) sells paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, to a customer at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
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RTR34TJW
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni shows a paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni shows a paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated...
Owner Ram Soni shows a paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR34TJU
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni (L) speaks to a customer as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni speaks to a customer as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail...
Owner Ram Soni (L) speaks to a customer as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR34TJT
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni smiles as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni smiles as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed...
Owner Ram Soni smiles as he prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR34TJS
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni (2nd L) prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated...
Owner Ram Soni (2nd L) prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR34TJQ
July 11, 2012
Customers wait to buy paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at a jail cell-themed shop decorated...
Ahmedabad, India
Customers wait to buy paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at a jail cell-themed shop decorated...
Customers wait to buy paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, at a jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. The shop's owner Ram Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR34TJK
July 11, 2012
Owner Ram Soni (R) prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, as customers wait at his jail...
Ahmedabad, India
Owner Soni prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, as customers wait at his jail cell-themed...
Owner Ram Soni (R) prepares paan, a betel nut-based chewable stimulant, as customers wait at his jail cell-themed shop decorated with hangman's nooses in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad July 10, 2012. Soni says he wants to send a message about the dangers of tobacco, a common ingredient in paan. He offers a 2 rupee ($0.02) discount to customers who choose a tobacco-free version. His paan sell for between 5 rupees ($0.09) to 25 rupees ($0.45) per item. Picture taken July 10, 2012. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)
SPAIN/
RTR33V7L
June 19, 2012
A demonstrator wearing a noose and holding a sign reading "No More Social Cuts" stands next to her "executioner"...
Bilbao, Spain
A demonstrator wearing a noose and holding a sign reading No More Social Cuts stands next to her "executioner"...
A demonstrator wearing a noose and holding a sign reading "No More Social Cuts" stands next to her "executioner" during a protest against local government social services cuts in front of the Diputacion (Vizcaya province government) building in the Gran Via, Bilbao June 19, 2012. Spain's short-term borrowing costs rose to their highest level since 1997 in a debt sale on Tuesday as investors worried the country will soon be forced to ask for international aid. The euro zone's fourth-largest economy has become the focus of the regional debt crisis, with the country struggling to overcome recession and a costly banking sector restructure. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
GREECE
RTR2O774
June 28, 2011
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
Athens, Greece
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures in Athens, June 28, 2011. With Greece teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, parliament is due to vote this week on a package of spending cuts, tax increases and privatisations agreed as part of a massive bailout aimed at averting the euro zone's first default. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT BUSINESS)
GREECE
RTR2O773
June 28, 2011
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
Athens, Greece
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures in Athens, June 28, 2011. With Greece teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, parliament is due to vote this week on a package of spending cuts, tax increases and privatisations agreed as part of a massive bailout aimed at averting the euro zone's first default. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT BUSINESS)
GREECE
RTR2O76H
June 28, 2011
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
Athens, Greece
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures...
A mock hangman's scaffold stands before the Greek parliament during protests against austerity measures in Athens, June 28, 2011. With Greece teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, parliament is due to vote this week on a package of spending cuts, tax increases and privatisations agreed as part of a massive bailout aimed at averting the euro zone's first default. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT BUSINESS)
GREECE
RTR2O748
June 28, 2011
A demonstrator holds a mock hangman's scaffold during protests against austerity measures in Athens,...
Athens, Greece
A demonstrator holds a mock hangman's scaffold during protests against austerity measures in Athens
A demonstrator holds a mock hangman's scaffold during protests against austerity measures in Athens, June 28, 2011. With Greece teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, parliament is due to vote this week on a package of spending cuts, tax increases and privatisations agreed as part of a massive bailout aimed at averting the euro zone's first default. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT BUSINESS)
SINGAPORE-AUTHOR/
RTXU5FY
November 03, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake was...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake was convicted of contempt of court and will be sentenced on November 10, 2010. He is also under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,300) bail. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA HEADSHOT)
SINGAPORE-AUTHOR/
RTXU5CX
November 03, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake (C) leaves the Supreme Court with his lawyer M. Ravi (R) in Singapore November...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake leaves the Supreme Court with his lawyer M. Ravi in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake (C) leaves the Supreme Court with his lawyer M. Ravi (R) in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake was convicted of contempt of court and will be sentenced on November 10, 2010. He is also under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once a Jolly Hangman" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,300) bail. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
SINGAPORE-BRITON/
RTXU58T
November 03, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake is...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice in the Dock" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,262) bail. The Court is due to deliver a verdict on Shadrake on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA POLITICS)
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November 03, 2010
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake is...
Singapore, Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore
British author Alan Shadrake arrives at the Supreme Court in Singapore November 3, 2010. Shadrake is the subject of contempt of court proceedings and is under investigation for criminal defamation. Shadrake had launched a book title "Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice in the Dock" on the death penalty in Singapore on July 17, and was arrested in his hotel room after the launch and released on S$10,000 ($7,262) bail. The Court is due to deliver a verdict on Shadrake on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA POLITICS)
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