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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KUWAIT
RTS34ENB
March 02, 2020
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended...
Kuwait, Kuwait
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended...
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools and universities due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Kuwait city, Kuwait, March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KUWAIT
RTS34ENA
March 02, 2020
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools...
Kuwait, Kuwait
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools...
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools and universities due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Kuwait city, Kuwait, March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KUWAIT
RTS34EN7
March 02, 2020
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended...
Kuwait, Kuwait
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended...
An empty classroom is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools and universities due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Kuwait city, Kuwait, March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/KUWAIT
RTS34EN5
March 02, 2020
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools...
Kuwait, Kuwait
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools...
Empty corridor is seen in a private school in Hawally, after the Ministry of Education suspended schools and universities due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Kuwait city, Kuwait, March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT-ART/
RTXZWHB
May 22, 2013
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre...
Hawalli, Kuwait
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre decades, Kuwait is experiencing a quiet revival of an arts scene once known as the most avant-garde in the Gulf, thanks to a new generation eager to tackle sensitive issues using cutting-edge art forms. Sharaf has produced work about his native Kuwait, such as a poster showing the parliament building made of bones or pieces about free speech, inspired in part by the explosion of democratic debate in North Africa and the Middle East sparked by the Arab Spring uprisings. He says he has not faced any restrictions in Kuwait, but adds he keeps his works subtle and any criticism indirect. Picture taken May 1, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-ART/ REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: SOCIETY PORTRAIT)
KUWAIT-ART/
RTXZWHA
May 22, 2013
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013....
Hawalli, Kuwait
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre decades, Kuwait is experiencing a quiet revival of an arts scene once known as the most avant-garde in the Gulf, thanks to a new generation eager to tackle sensitive issues using cutting-edge art forms. Sharaf has produced work about his native Kuwait, such as a poster showing the parliament building made of bones or pieces about free speech, inspired in part by the explosion of democratic debate in North Africa and the Middle East sparked by the Arab Spring uprisings. He says he has not faced any restrictions in Kuwait, but adds he keeps his works subtle and any criticism indirect. Picture taken May 1, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-ART/ REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: SOCIETY)
KUWAIT-ART/
RTXZWH9
May 22, 2013
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013....
Hawalli, Kuwait
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf talks about his work in his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre decades, Kuwait is experiencing a quiet revival of an arts scene once known as the most avant-garde in the Gulf, thanks to a new generation eager to tackle sensitive issues using cutting-edge art forms. Sharaf has produced work about his native Kuwait, such as a poster showing the parliament building made of bones or pieces about free speech, inspired in part by the explosion of democratic debate in North Africa and the Middle East sparked by the Arab Spring uprisings. He says he has not faced any restrictions in Kuwait, but adds he keeps his works subtle and any criticism indirect. Picture taken May 1, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-ART/ REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: SOCIETY)
KUWAIT-ART/
RTXZWH8
May 22, 2013
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre...
Hawalli, Kuwait
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli
Kuwaiti graphic designer Mohammad Sharaf poses at his office in Hawalli, May 1, 2013. After two lacklustre decades, Kuwait is experiencing a quiet revival of an arts scene once known as the most avant-garde in the Gulf, thanks to a new generation eager to tackle sensitive issues using cutting-edge art forms. Sharaf has produced work about his native Kuwait, such as a poster showing the parliament building made of bones or pieces about free speech, inspired in part by the explosion of democratic debate in North Africa and the Middle East sparked by the Arab Spring uprisings. He says he has not faced any restrictions in Kuwait, but adds he keeps his works subtle and any criticism indirect. Picture taken May 1, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-ART/ REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: SOCIETY HEADSHOT PORTRAIT)
LIBYA/
RTR2T9O1
October 27, 2011
Volunteers inspect 25 bodies found in different parts in Bani Hawal cemetery, in the city of Sirte October...
Sirte, Libya
Volunteers inspect 25 bodies found in different parts in Bani Hawal cemetery
Volunteers inspect 25 bodies found in different parts in Bani Hawal cemetery, in the city of Sirte October 27, 2011. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
KUWAIT
RTRK73A
December 10, 2005
Kuwaiti policeman investigate a crime scene December 10, 2005 in front of a car rental office in Hawalli,...
Hawali, Kuwait
Kuwaiti policeman investigate a crime scene in Kuwait City.
Kuwaiti policeman investigate a crime scene December 10, 2005 in front of a car rental office in Hawalli, a suburb of Kuwait City. Gunmen killed two Kuwaiti state security personnel pursuing them in Kuwait City on Monday, the Interior Ministry and security sources said. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee SM/THI
KUWAIT
RTRK6YM
January 10, 2005
Kuwaiti Policeman inspect a car used by suspects involved in a shootout with State Security personal...
Hawalli, Kuwait
Kuwaiti Policeman inspect a car used by suspects involved in a shootout with State Security personal....
Kuwaiti Policeman inspect a car used by suspects involved in a shootout with State Security personal January 10, 2005. Gunmen killed two Kuwaiti state security personnel pursuing them in Kuwait City on Monday, the Interior Ministry and security sources said. Security sources told Reuters that one of the suspects, a wanted Kuwaiti man identified as Fawaz al-Otaibi, died later in hospital of his wounds. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee SM/THI
INDIA
RTRGLMW
November 24, 2004
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, speaks during a news conference for his new film 'Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan...
Calcutta, India
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol speaks during a news conference for his new film in Calcutta.
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, speaks during a news conference for his new film 'Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo" in the eastern India city of Calcutta November 24, 2004.The movie is about a love triangle told in the back drop of Indian Army. The film will be released next month across the country. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/LA
INDIA
RTRGLMF
November 24, 2004
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, smiles during a news conference for his new film 'Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan...
Calcutta, India
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol smiles during a news conference for his new film in Calcutta.
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, smiles during a news conference for his new film 'Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo" in the eastern India city of Calcutta November 24, 2004.The movie is about a love triangle told in the back drop of the Indian Army. The film will be released next month across the country. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/LA
INDIA
RTRFU69
March 22, 2004
Bollywood actress Nagma reacts as she sits in a car in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh 22, 2004....
Chandigarh, Republic of India
BOLLYWOOD ACTRESS NAGMA REACTS AS SHE SITS IN A CAR IN CHANDIGARH.
Bollywood actress Nagma reacts as she sits in a car in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh 22, 2004. Nagma is in the city to shoot a film "Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo" directed by Anil Sharma. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AH/CP
INDIA
RTRFU2G
March 22, 2004
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol shows thumbs up sign as he gets out of a car in the northern Indian city of...
India
BOLLYWOOD ACTOR BOBBY DEOL SHOWS THUMBS UP SIGN IN CHANDIGARH.
Bollywood actor Bobby Deol shows thumbs up sign as he gets out of a car in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh March 22, 2004. Deol is in the city to shoot a film "Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo" directed by Anil Sharma. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AH/
INDIA
RTRFRJH
March 21, 2004
A makeup artist touches up the face of Bollywood icon Amitab Bachan during the making of Hindi film "Ab...
India
A MAKEUP ARTIST TOUCHES UP THE FACE OF BOLLYWOOD ICON AMITAB BACHAN IN CHANDIGARH.
A makeup artist touches up the face of Bollywood icon Amitab Bachan during the making of Hindi film "Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo" in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh March 21, 2004. The title of the film is the chief emotion of an armyman when he dies in the line of duty. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AV/AH/CP
INDIA
RTRFRGT
March 21, 2004
Bollywood icon Amitab Bachan, dressed as a Sikh, with actress Sandhli Sinha (R) performs a dance sequence...
India
BOLLYWOOD ICON AMITAB BACHAN DRESSED AS A SIKH PERFORMS A DANCE SEQUENCE IN CHANDIGARH.
Bollywood icon Amitab Bachan, dressed as a Sikh, with actress Sandhli Sinha (R) performs a dance sequence during the shooting of a Hindi film "Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo" in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh March 21, 2004. The title of the film is the chief emotion of an armyman when he dies in the line of duty. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AV/AH/CP
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