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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PALESTINIANS-UNRWA
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May 12, 2020
A headmistress wearing gloves takes down the personal information of a girl enrolled by her mother in...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian parents enroll their children in UNRWA schools without brining them due to concerns about...
A headmistress wearing gloves takes down the personal information of a girl enrolled by her mother in an UNRWA-run school as parents were asked by the relief agency not to bring their children for the new year registration due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the central Gaza Strip May 12, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PALESTINIANS-UNRWA
RTX7IJ3Q
May 12, 2020
A Palestinian mother speaks with a headmistress as she enrolls her daughter in an UNRWA-run school after...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian parents enroll their children in UNRWA schools without brining them due to concerns about...
A Palestinian mother speaks with a headmistress as she enrolls her daughter in an UNRWA-run school after parents were asked by the relief agency not to bring their children for the new year registration due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in the central Gaza Strip May 12, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTX11YCP
July 25, 2013
A police officer (R) escorts the headmistress of the school in Bihar where 23 children died after eating...
Chapra, India
A police officer escorts the headmistress of the school in Bihar where 23 children died after eating...
A police officer (R) escorts the headmistress of the school in Bihar where 23 children died after eating a meal laced with pesticide in one of India's deadliest food poisoning outbreaks in years, to a court in Chapra July 25, 2013. The woman, who had been missing for more than a week, was detained on Wednesday while on her way to court to surrender, said Sujit Kumar, superintendent of police in Saran district in the eastern state of Bihar. REUTERS/Krishna Murari Kishan (INDIA - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD EDUCATION HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-CHILDREN/WARNINGS
RTX11THJ
July 21, 2013
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary...
Chapra, India
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary...
Srimati Kumari, a school headmistress, eats the free mid-day meal, distributed by a government-run primary school, before being served to schoolchildren at Brahimpur village in Chapra district of the eastern Indian state of Bihar July 19, 2013. The midday meal scheme of giving school pupils a free lunch is the largest such programme in the world. It has been widely lauded as one of the most successful welfare measures in India, home to a quarter of the world's hungry, because it also boosts school enrolments and helps children to continue studies. For millions of poor families, the lunch is the only full meal their children eat in a day. That encourages them to send them to school, and not keep them home to help with chores. For this reason, despite being poorly managed, the scheme draws a lot of support from non-governmental organisations, rights activists and the United Nations. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH FOOD EDUCATION SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTR2YPJF
March 02, 2012
An unidentified teacher (C) is followed by the media as she leaves the San Marcelo school in Lima March...
Lima, Peru
An unidentified teacher is followed by the media as she leaves the San Marcelo school in Lima
An unidentified teacher (C) is followed by the media as she leaves the San Marcelo school in Lima March 1, 2012. Olga Sanabria La Torre, the headmistress of the San Marcelo school, was killed on Thursday when an unidentified man shot three bullets at her after breaking into the school, according to local media. Although more than a million students in Peru returned to school on Thursday for the new academic year, San Marcelo's students were not in classes during the shooting as its first term was only set to begin on March 5. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS EDUCATION)
PERU/
RTR2YPJE
March 02, 2012
Neighbours look towards the San Marcelo school from the roof of their house in Lima March 1, 2012. Olga...
Lima, Peru
Neighbours look towards the San Marcelo school from the roof of their house in Lima
Neighbours look towards the San Marcelo school from the roof of their house in Lima March 1, 2012. Olga Sanabria La Torre, the headmistress of the San Marcelo school, was killed on Thursday when an unidentified man shot three bullets at her after breaking into the school, according to local media. Although more than a million students in Peru returned to school on Thursday for the new academic year, San Marcelo's students were not in classes during the shooting as its first term was only set to begin on March 5. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS EDUCATION)
PERU/
RTR2YPJD
March 02, 2012
Boys walk past the San Marcelo school in Lima March 1, 2012. Olga Sanabria La Torre, the headmistress...
Lima, Peru
Boys walk past the San Marcelo school in Lima
Boys walk past the San Marcelo school in Lima March 1, 2012. Olga Sanabria La Torre, the headmistress of the San Marcelo school, was killed on Thursday when an unidentified man shot three bullets at her after breaking into the school, according to local media. Although more than a million students in Peru returned to school on Thursday for the new academic year, San Marcelo's students were not in classes during the shooting as its first term was only set to begin on March 5. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS EDUCATION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTR2QANX
August 25, 2011
A headmistress walks in a kindergarten that was damaged during an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahiya in...
Beit Lahiya, Palestinian Territories
A headmistress walks in a kindergarten that was damaged in Beit Lahiya
A headmistress walks in a kindergarten that was damaged during an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip August 25, 2011. Israeli air strikes killed five people including a local commander of the Islamic Jihad group in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, and wounded seven others despite a two-day-old truce, Israeli and Palestinian officials said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KAZAKHSTAN-NAZARBAYEV/
RTR2K041
March 17, 2011
Headmistress Gulzhan Medeuova speaks to visitors as she points to a portrait of Kazakh President Nursultan...
USHKONYR, Kazakhstan
Headmistress Medeuova speaks to visitors as she points to a portrait of Kazakh President Nazarbayev at...
Headmistress Gulzhan Medeuova speaks to visitors as she points to a portrait of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev at a school museum in his native village of Ushkonyr outside Almaty, March 15, 2011. Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan's veteran leader, is set to win the coming presidential elections on April 3 for another five years at the helm of Central Asia's largest economy. Picture taken March 15, 2011. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY/
RTXVTTU
December 17, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann (R) Lawyer Claudia Burgsmueller (C) and the...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann Lawyer Burgsmueller and the former president of the...
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann (R) Lawyer Claudia Burgsmueller (C) and the former president of the Higher Regional Court in Frankfurt Brigitte Tilmann present their report about child abuse of former pupils of the Odenwald school in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim December 17, 2010. . REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE2J
March 08, 2010
(L-R) Volker Weiss, teacher of the Odenwald school, the headmistress Margarita Kaufmann and her deputy...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
Weiss, teacher of the Odenwald school, the headmistress Kaufmann and her deputy Kolitzsch hold a news...
(L-R) Volker Weiss, teacher of the Odenwald school, the headmistress Margarita Kaufmann and her deputy Uwe Kolitzsch hold a news conference in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE2E
March 08, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE2D
March 08, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann addresses the media in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE27
March 08, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann (L), is pictured next to her deputy Uwe Kolitzsch...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann, her deputy Kolitzsch and headbox Priebe address the...
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann (L), is pictured next to her deputy Uwe Kolitzsch and headbox Max Priebe, as they address the media in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE1Y
March 08, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach near...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
GERMANY/
RTR2BE1W
March 08, 2010
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach near...
OBER HAMBACH, Germany
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach
The headmistress of the Odenwald school Margarita Kaufmann holds a news conference in Ober Hambach near Heppenheim March 8, 2010. Officials in the German state of Hesse started questioning at the Odenwald boarding school in an investigation into child abuse of former pupils. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR27M8S
September 09, 2009
A handbag belonging to an Afghan school principal (headmistress) hangs from a classroom door handle at...
Kandahar, Afghanistan
A handbag hangs from a classroom door handle at Syed Pasha school in Kandahar
A handbag belonging to an Afghan school principal (headmistress) hangs from a classroom door handle at Syed Pasha school, which was built by Canadian troops, near Kandahar Air Field, September 8, 2009. Picture taken September 8, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT POLITICS EDUCATION)
BRAZIL-EDUCATION/
RTR21OVM
August 25, 2008
Ilaria Soares Arruda, headmistress at Centro de Ensino Fundamental 519 (Centre of Teaching Basic 519),...
Brasilia, Brazil
Ilaria Soares Arruda, headmistress at CEF 519, speaks during an interview in Samambaia
Ilaria Soares Arruda, headmistress at Centro de Ensino Fundamental 519 (Centre of Teaching Basic 519), the worst-ranking school in the Federal District, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Samambaia, on the outskirts of Brasilia, August 12, 2008. A commodities boom and an expanding middle class are helping Brazil rub shoulders with economic heavyweights but a poor education system is undermining its long-term ability to compete. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPD1
February 29, 2008
Waiters Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yuta Asami (L-R), dressed as schoolboys, pose at Edelstein...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yuta Asami (L-R), dressed as schoolboys, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCZ
February 29, 2008
Waiter Yuta Asami, dressed as a schoolboy, works at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiter Yuta Asami, dressed as a schoolboy, works at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCV
February 29, 2008
Waiters Yuta Asami, Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yui Saginomiya (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Yuta Asami, Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yui Saginomiya (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher, work at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCR
February 29, 2008
Waiters Ritsuki Sunomiya, Yuta Asami and Makoto Aoba (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Ritsuki Sunomiya, Yuta Asami and Makoto Aoba (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCP
February 29, 2008
Waiters Yuta Asami (L) and Ritsuki Sunomiya, dressed as a schoolboy and a schoolteacher, work at Edelstein...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Yuta Asami (L) and Ritsuki Sunomiya, dressed as a schoolboy and a schoolteacher, work at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008.At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCO
February 29, 2008
Waiters Yuta Asami, Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yui Saginomiya (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Yuta Asami, Makoto Aoba, Ritsuki Sunomiya and Yui Saginomiya (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCK
February 29, 2008
Waiters Ritsuki Sunomiya, Yuta Asami and Makoto Aoba (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Ritsuki Sunomiya, Yuta Asami and Makoto Aoba (L-R), dressed as schoolboys and schoolteacher, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
RTR1XPCF
February 29, 2008
Waiters Makoto Aoba (L) and Yuta Asami, dressed as schoolboys, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/
Waiters Makoto Aoba (L) and Yuta Asami, dressed as schoolboys, pose at Edelstein cafe in Tokyo January 29, 2008. At Edelstein boarding school, the schoolboys wear lip-gloss, the headmistress has a weakness for homoerotic comic books, and there is only one subject: how to serve female visitors. Welcome to Tokyo's first schoolboy cafe, the latest in a flurry of eateries in Japan where customers and waiters role play themes from manga comics. Picture taken January 29, 2008. To match feature JAPAN-ROLEPLAY/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
GERMANY-SCHOOL/
RTX3N15
November 20, 2007
Gisela Sassmannshausen, the headmistress of the Georg Buechner high school stands in front of the school...
KAARST, Germany
Headmaster Sassmannshausen stands in front of the Georg Buechner high school in Kaarst near Duesseldorf...
Gisela Sassmannshausen, the headmistress of the Georg Buechner high school stands in front of the school in Kaarst near Duesseldorf November 20, 2007. The Georg Buechner secondary school was closed on Tuesday after Finnish police picked up an Internet chat in the early morning hours that indicated a planned school massacre. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY)
UGANDA
RTR1BU76
October 10, 2005
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who were released from captivity by Lord's...
Aboke, Uganda
Former abducted Ugandan girls commemorate the abduction day in Aboke
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who were released from captivity by Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels, walk with lit candles during a ceremony October 10, 2005 to commemorate the abduction day. Nine years ago LRA rebels abducted 139 students of St. Mary?s College in Aboke, releasing 109 students when the school?s deputy headmistress Rachele Fassera, an Italian nun, followed the rebels into the bush but retained 30 girls, most of them aged between 14 and 15 years. Twenty-four of the girls have since returned at different times and five are believed to have died. The fate of one is not yet known. The new headmistress, sister Anna Maria (R) walks with them. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo
UGANDA
RTR196Y8
October 10, 2005
Ugandan students from St. Mary's College in Aboke listen as former abducted girls who returned from captivity...
Aboke, Uganda
Former abducted Ugandan girls commemorate the abduction day in Aboke
Ugandan students from St. Mary's College in Aboke listen as former abducted girls who returned from captivity by Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels talk about their ordeal during a ceremony October 10, 2005 to commemorate the abduction day . Nine years ago LRA rebels abducted 139 students of St. Mary?s College in Aboke, releasing 109 students when the school?s deputy headmistress Rachele Fassera, an Italian nun, followed the rebels into the bush but retained 30 girls, most of them aged between 14 and 15 years. Twenty-four of the girls have since returned at different times and five are believed to have died. The fate of one is not yet known. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo
UGANDA
RTR196GP
October 10, 2005
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who returned from captivity by Lord's...
Aboke, Uganda
Former abducted Ugandan girls commemorate the abduction day in Aboke
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who returned from captivity by Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels light candles during a ceremony October 10, 2005 to commemorate the abduction day. Nine years ago LRA rebels abducted 139 students of St. Mary?s College in Aboke, releasing 109 students when the school?s deputy headmistress Rachele Fassera, an Italian nun, followed the rebels into the bush but retained 30 girls, most of them aged between 14 and 15 years. Twenty-four of the girls have since returned at different times and five are believed to have died. The fate of one is yet not known. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo
UGANDA
RTR195YI
October 10, 2005
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who returned from captivity by Lord's...
Aboke, Uganda
Former abducted Ugandan girls commemorate the abduction day in Aboke
Former abducted Ugandan girls from St. Mary's College in Aboke who returned from captivity by Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels walk with lit candles during a ceremony October 10, 2005 to commemorate the abduction day. Nine years ago LRA rebels abducted 139 students of St. Mary?s College in Aboke, releasing 109 students when the school?s deputy headmistress Rachele Fassera, an Italian nun, followed the rebels into the bush but retained 30 girls, most of them aged between 14 and 15 years. Twenty-four of the girls have since returned at different times and five are believed to have died. The fate of one is not yet known. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo
IVORY COAST EDUCATION
RTR6YS2
January 12, 2005
A teacher shows gives one of his early-year primary school pupils a hand with writing at a school in...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
To match feature Ivory Coast-Education.
A teacher shows gives one of his early-year primary school pupils a hand with writing at a school in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold of rebels holding the northern half of Ivory Coast since a civil war which erupted in 2002. Headmistress Orokiatou Coulibalu's school has no doors and windows but it now has pupils and that gives thw quiet teacher with the thick glasses hope for the future in rebel-hald Ivory Coast. Picture taken on January 12, 2005. To match feature Ivory Coast-Education REUTERS/Thierry Gouignon AN/CN
IVORY COAST EDUCATION
RTR6YRF
January 12, 2005
A young girl reads at a school yard in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold of rebels holding the...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
To match feature Ivory Coast-Education.
A young girl reads at a school yard in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold of rebels holding the northern half of Ivory Coast since a civil war which erupted in 2002. Headmistress Orokiatou Coulibalu's school has no doors and windows but it now has pupils and that gives thw quiet teacher with the thick glasses hope for the future in rebel-hald Ivory Coast. Picture taken on January 12, 2005. To match feature Ivory Coast-Education REUTERS/Thierry Gouignon AN/CN
IVORY COAST EDUCATION
RTR6YR2
January 12, 2005
A crowd of excited children play during breaktime at a School in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
To match feature Ivory Coast-Education.
A crowd of excited children play during breaktime at a School in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold of rebels holding the northern half of Ivory Coast since a civil war which erupted in 2002. Headmistress Orokiatou Coulibalu's school has no doors and windows but it now has pupils and that gives thw quiet teacher with the thick glasses hope for the future in rebel-hald Ivory Coast. Picture taken on January 12, 2005. To match feature Ivory Coast-Education REUTERS/Thierry Gouignon AN/CN
IVORY COAST EDUCATION
RTR6YNZ
January 12, 2005
A pupil looks over his lessons, shaded under a tree at a school in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
To match feature Ivory Coast-Education.
A pupil looks over his lessons, shaded under a tree at a school in Bouake, January 12, 2005, the stronghold of rebels holding the northern half of Ivory Coast since a civil war which erupted in 2002. Headmistress Orokiatou Coulibalu's school has no doors and windows but it now has pupils and that gives thw quiet teacher with the thick glasses hope for the future in rebel-hald Ivory Coast. Picture taken on January 12, 2005. To match feature Ivory Coast-Education REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon AN/CN
RTRWPB
January 29, 2002
Britain's General John McColl, head of the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan...
ISAF COMMANDER VISITS GIRL'S SCHOOL IN HERAT.
Britain's General John McColl, head of the International Security
Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan speaks to the headmistress of an
Afghan girl's school January 29, 2002. The commander of Afghanistan's
international security force held talks with the powerful governor of
the western Herat province on Tuesday after a threat of attack by
tribal rivals in the south.

REUTERS/Caren Firouz
BRITAIN
RTROXW6
November 02, 2001
British actress Joanna Lumley dons a headmistress outfit to launch a
BBC's Children in Need campaign...
London, UK
BRITISH ACTRESS JOANNA LUMLEY DONS A HEADMISTRESS OUTFIT TO LAUNCH A
BBC'S CHILDREN IN NEED APPEAL IN...
British actress Joanna Lumley dons a headmistress outfit to launch a
BBC's Children in Need campaign in central London, November 2, 2001. BT
will donate #1 for every new subscriber to its free messaging service,
BT Answer 1571, to BBC's Children in need. REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

FP/PS
BRITAIN
RTROXW1
November 02, 2001
British actress Joanna Lumley dons a headmistress outfit at a fund
raiser for the BBC Children in Need...
London, UK
BRITISH ACTRESS JOANNA LUMLEY DONS A HEADMISTRESS OUTFIT AT A FUND
RAISER FOR BBC CHILDREN IN NEED IN...
British actress Joanna Lumley dons a headmistress outfit at a fund
raiser for the BBC Children in Need campaign to rise up to #1 million
in central London, November 2, 2001. BT will donate #1 for every new
subscriber to it's free messaging service, BT Answer 1571 to the BBC
Children in Need. REUTERS/Ferran Paredes

FP/NMB
RTRFH4Y
July 09, 1998
Slovak soldiers clean up at the scene of a bomb explosion which killed two people and seriously injured...
Slovakia
A BOMB IN NORTHERN SLOVAKIA KILLS TWO.
Slovak soldiers clean up at the scene of a bomb explosion which killed two people and seriously injured one in the northern Slovak town of Zilina July 9. The bomb, which was placed near a telephone booth, killed the headmistress of primary school and her journalist husband.

JAK/GB
RTR56G7
July 06, 1997
Arifeh Ebedo, headmistress of the al-Yaacoubiya elementary school, lifts pages torn from a Koran July...
HEADMISTRESS SHOWS TORN KORAN IN HEBRON SCHOOL
Arifeh Ebedo, headmistress of the al-Yaacoubiya elementary school, lifts pages torn from a Koran July 6 in a room where the walls were splashed with paint. Ebedo says she found the desecrated Moslem holy books after the school, which sits on the border between Palestinian and Israeli-controlled Hebron, was ransacked by Israeli soldiers using the roof as an army position in the recent daily clashes in the town.

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