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THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZMA
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZM9
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZM8
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZLZ
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZM1
August 01, 2020
A woman takes photo of a painting by a graffiti artist Headache Stencil during his exhibition at The...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist at his exhibition in Bangkok
A woman takes photo of a painting by a graffiti artist Headache Stencil during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZM0
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign...
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist poses in front of his works during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
THAILAND-PROTESTS/GRAFFITI
RTX7MZM2
August 01, 2020
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist signs autographs for a fan during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents'...
Bangkok, Thailand
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist in his exhibition in Bangkok
Headache Stencil, a graffiti artist signs autographs for a fan during his exhibition at The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) in Bangkok, Thailand, July 31, 2020. Picture taken July 31, 2020. REUTERS/Chalinee Thirasupa
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/
RTX6F57N
October 15, 2018
William Peraza, an undocumented Venezuelan migrant, undergoes a basic medical check at a Colombian Red...
Pamplona, Colombia
The Wider Image: Fleeing crisis at home, Venezuelans struggle abroad, too
William Peraza, an undocumented Venezuelan migrant, undergoes a basic medical check at a Colombian Red Cross' clinic in Pamplona, Colombia August 27, 2018. There is little formal aid for Venezuelans along the road. The migrants often suffer from blisters, cramps, headaches and dehydration. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "MIGRANT TACHIRA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
RBS-GRG/COMPENSATION C
RTX2TW5J
November 16, 2016
UPDATE refile Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
UPDATE RBS's legal headaches could top $50 billion EPS C
UPDATE refile Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
RBS-GRG/COMPENSATION C
RTX2SH94
November 08, 2016
Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
RBS's legal headaches could top $50 billion EPS C
Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
BANKS-RBS/LAWSUIT C
RTSRRIL
October 11, 2016
Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
RBS's legal headaches could top $50 billion EPS C
Shows estimated claims against RBS capitalization
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VV
May 06, 2016
Women cook with candlelight at a street food stall, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of...
TINAQUILLO, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Women cook with candlelight at a street food stall, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of Cojedes, Venezuela, March 20, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VT
May 06, 2016
People illuminate themselves with car lights, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of Cojedes,...
TINAQUILLO, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
People illuminate themselves with car lights, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of Cojedes, Venezuela, March 20, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VS
May 06, 2016
A man walks in the hallway of a hotel, during a power cut in Barinas in the state of Barinas, Venezuela,...
Barinas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A man walks in the hallway of a hotel, during a power cut in Barinas in the state of Barinas, Venezuela, March 30, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VR
May 06, 2016
A worker inspects the electric generator at a farm, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of...
TINAQUILLO, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A worker inspects the electric generator at a farm, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of Cojedes, Venezuela, March 20, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VQ
May 06, 2016
People have dinner on the dark at a street food stall, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state...
TINAQUILLO, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
People have dinner on the dark at a street food stall, during a power cut in Tinaquillo in the state of Cojedes, Venezuela, March 20, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VP
May 06, 2016
Marelis Gonzalez waits for clients in a food store, during a power cut in Puerto Ordaz in Bolivar state,...
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Marelis Gonzalez waits for clients in a food store, during a power cut in Puerto Ordaz in Bolivar state, Venezuela, April 12, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VN
May 06, 2016
A plastic container with a corrugated metal sheet placed on top to collect rain water is seen in a neighbourhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A plastic container with a corrugated metal sheet placed on top to collect rain water is seen in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, March 17, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VL
May 06, 2016
Maria Rivero, carrying plastic containers used to carry water, poses for a picture in a neighbourhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Maria Rivero, carrying plastic containers used to carry water, poses for a picture in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VJ
May 06, 2016
People fill plastic containers with water in a well on the street, close to a neighbourhood called "The...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
People fill plastic containers with water in a well on the street, close to a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3VI
May 06, 2016
A woman carries a container filled with water up a flight of stairs at the slum of Petare in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A woman carries a container filled with water up a flight of stairs at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, March 17, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3V7
May 06, 2016
Yunni Perez holds plastic bottles used to carry water while she poses for a picture in her house, in...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Yunni Perez holds plastic bottles used to carry water while she poses for a picture in her house, in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3V5
May 06, 2016
A man walks past an electric pole with overhead power cables in Caracas, Venezuela, April 2, 2016. Although...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A man walks past an electric pole with overhead power cables in Caracas, Venezuela, April 2, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3V3
May 06, 2016
An electricity meter is seen in a house in Caracas, Venezuela, April 2, 2016. Although their nation has...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
An electricity meter is seen in a house in Caracas, Venezuela, April 2, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3V2
May 06, 2016
Workers walk down the stairs during a power cut in a hotel in Barinas in the state of Barinas, Venezuela,...
Barinas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Workers walk down the stairs during a power cut in a hotel in Barinas in the state of Barinas, Venezuela, March 30, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UZ
May 06, 2016
Arcelia Leandro poses for a picture at the kitchen of her house, while she waits for the power to return,...
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Arcelia Leandro poses for a picture at the kitchen of her house, while she waits for the power to return, during a power cut in Puerto Ordaz in Bolivar state, Venezuela, April 12, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UX
May 06, 2016
Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled...
Barinas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: VenezuelaÕs struggle to keep the lights on
Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UW
May 06, 2016
A non-operative water tank is seen in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" in the slum of Petare in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A non-operative water tank is seen in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" in the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UV
May 06, 2016
Children fill plastic containers with water from a well on a street, close to a neighbourhood called...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Children fill plastic containers with water from a well on a street, close to a neighbourhood called "The Tank" in the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, March 17, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UT
May 06, 2016
Workers fill water tank trucks at a filling centre in Caracas, Venezuela, March 18, 2016. Although their...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Workers fill water tank trucks at a filling centre in Caracas, Venezuela, March 18, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3US
May 06, 2016
A man pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with water containers in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A man pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with water containers in a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, March 17, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UR
May 06, 2016
Alexandra Evaristo (C) and Balbina Ortega pose for a picture next to their plastic containers used to...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Alexandra Evaristo (C) and Balbina Ortega pose for a picture next to their plastic containers used to carry water, near a well on a street, close to a neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UP
May 06, 2016
Men carrying plastic containers used for water, walk in front of a non-operative water tank, in the neighbourhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
Men carrying plastic containers used for water, walk in front of a non-operative water tank, in the neighbourhood called "The Tank" at the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, April 3, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
VENEZUELA-SERVICES/
RTX2D3UO
May 06, 2016
A woman walks next to a non-operative water tank in the neighbourhood called "The Tank" in the slum of...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela’s struggle to keep the lights on
A woman walks next to a non-operative water tank in the neighbourhood called "The Tank" in the slum of Petare in Caracas, Venezuela, March 17, 2016. Although their nation has one of the world's biggest hydroelectric dams and vast rivers like the fabled Orinoco, Venezuelans are still suffering water and power cuts most days. The problems with stuttering services have escalated in the last few weeks: yet another headache for the OPEC nation's 30 million people already reeling from recession, the world's highest inflation rate, and scarcities of basic goods. President Nicolas Maduro blames a drought, while the opposition blames government incompetence. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "SERVICES TANK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XUO
February 15, 2016
People walk along a highway tunnel in central Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank...
Tokyo, Japan
People walk along a highway tunnel in central Tokyo, Japan
People walk along a highway tunnel in central Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XUJ
February 15, 2016
A businessman closes his umbrella as he enters a subway station in a banking district on a rainy day...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman closes his umbrella as he enters a subway station in a banking district in Tokyo
A businessman closes his umbrella as he enters a subway station in a banking district on a rainy day in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XUI
February 15, 2016
A businessman walks near the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman walks near Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo
A businessman walks near the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XUD
February 15, 2016
Businessmen walk past the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Businessmen walk past the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo
Businessmen walk past the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XU3
February 15, 2016
A businessman cycles past the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman cycles past the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo
A businessman cycles past the Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XU2
February 15, 2016
A businessman is seen through a window as he walks in a banking district on a rainy day in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
A businessman is seen through a window as he walks in a banking district on a rainy day in Tokyo
A businessman is seen through a window as he walks in a banking district on a rainy day in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX26XU0
February 15, 2016
Business people shelter from the rain under outside a luxury store in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
Business people shelter from the rain under outside a luxury store in Tokyo
Business people shelter from the rain under outside a luxury store in Tokyo, Japan, February 15, 2016. Japan's economy shrank more than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and exports slumped, adding to headaches for policymakers already wary of damage the financial market rout could inflict on a fragile recovery. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION
RTX23HA4
January 22, 2016
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso...
PORTER RANCH, UNITED STATES
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso...
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso Canyon storage field where gas has been leaking in Porter Ranch, California, United States, January 21, 2016. Long before the leak, utilities and national industry groups were raising alarms about the danger of aging underground storage infrastructure. Under state regulations, the leaking well’s owner, Southern California Gas, faces a maximum penalty of $25,000 for the leak near Los Angeles, which is unprecedented in scale. The well has spewed methane - a potent greenhouse gas - since October and displaced thousands of people in nearby Porter Ranch. Pakucko moved into a hotel with his girlfriend after experiencing headaches, a hurt throat, watering eyes, and a persistent cough after the gas began to leak. To match Exclusive LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION
RTX23HA2
January 22, 2016
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso...
PORTER RANCH, UNITED STATES
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso...
Music producer and sound engineer Matt Pakucko works in his Porter Ranch home near the site of the Aliso Canyon storage field where gas has been leaking in Porter Ranch, California, United States, January 21, 2016. Long before the leak, utilities and national industry groups were raising alarms about the danger of aging underground storage infrastructure. Under state regulations, the leaking well’s owner, Southern California Gas, faces a maximum penalty of $25,000 for the leak near Los Angeles, which is unprecedented in scale. The well has spewed methane - a potent greenhouse gas - since October and displaced thousands of people in nearby Porter Ranch. Pakucko moved into a hotel with his girlfriend after experiencing headaches, a hurt throat, watering eyes, and a persistent cough after the gas began to leak. To match Exclusive LOSANGELES-GAS LEAK/REGULATION REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
INDIA-STATES/FINANCES
RTX22DN9
January 14, 2016
Electric power cables tangled up by kites are seen on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, January 14,...
Ahmedabad, India
Electric power cables tangled up by kites are seen on the outskirts of Ahmedabad
Electric power cables tangled up by kites are seen on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, January 14, 2016. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to rescue India's ailing power sector and end the country's notorious blackouts are creating an unforeseen headache for state governments: investors are suddenly shying away from their debt. REUTERS/Amit Dave
CHINA-MARKETS/DEBT
RTX22CDM
January 14, 2016
Newly constructed residential buildings are seen reflected in an artificial lake at Kunming Waterfall...
Kunming, China
Newly constructed residential buildings are seen reflected in an artificial lake at Kunming Waterfall...
Newly constructed residential buildings are seen reflected in an artificial lake at Kunming Waterfall Park, Yunnan Province, China, January 14, 2016. Chinese property developers, among the heaviest borrowers in the Asian high-yield sector, are scrabbling to take advantage of cheaper funding costs at home, after a foray into offshore debt markets that has become a growing headache. REUTERS/Wong Campion
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5YJ
December 04, 2015
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive...
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive at the Vatican by foot during a news conference at the Vatican December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5U0
December 04, 2015
Labourers work in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival...
Rome, Italy
Labourers work in front of the Vatican in Rome
Labourers work in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5TY
December 04, 2015
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive...
Archbishop Rino Fisichella shows the certificate that will be given to the pilgrims that will arrive at the Vatican by feet during a news conference at the Vatican December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5SV
December 04, 2015
A policeman (R) and Carabinieri patrol in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
A policeman and Carabinieri patrol in front of the Vatican in Rome
A policeman (R) and Carabinieri patrol in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5SU
December 04, 2015
A digger works in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival...
Rome, Italy
A digger works in front of the Vatican in Rome
A digger works in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5ST
December 04, 2015
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5SS
December 04, 2015
A policeman patrols in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the...
Rome, Italy
A policeman patrols in front of the Vatican in Rome
A policeman patrols in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5FO
December 04, 2015
Workers aree seen working in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions...
Rome, Italy
Workers aree seen working in Rome
Workers aree seen working in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5FB
December 04, 2015
Workers clean statues in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions...
Rome, Italy
Workers clean statues in Rome
Workers clean statues in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5FA
December 04, 2015
Workers clean statues in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions...
Rome, Italy
Workers clean statues in Rome
Workers clean statues in Rome, Italy, November 30, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5F6
December 04, 2015
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5F2
December 04, 2015
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5EZ
December 04, 2015
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5EY
December 04, 2015
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome
The security centre that will oversee Jubilee policing is seen in Rome, Italy, December 2, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. Picture taken December 2, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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