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December 12, 2018
Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, puts her shoe back on after passing...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, puts her shoe back on after passing though a security screening, as she arrives at federal court in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., April 16, 2018. Reuters photographer Shannon Stapleton: "The day started out in a scrum of 50 photographers penned in a police barricade outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan, waiting for adult film star Stormy Daniels. This kind of assignment is hectic and intensely competitive. While you do have an approximate arrival time, you rarely know when the subject will show up or if they will be where you are set up. After some time, I decided to follow a video crew who seemed to be more in the know about Daniels' movements. Before we knew it, a big black sports utility car pulled over and Daniels emerged from it. It was total chaos as everyone scrambled to get a picture of her. I ran to a window and tried to place myself by the metal detector that anyone entering the courthouse has to go through. I pinned my camera upon the glass, hoping Daniels would pass by me. She was wearing pastel pink and I knew that if I kept the focus on her, I would be able to get a clean shot. As Daniels made her way through the metal detector, I noticed she had to take off her high-heel shoes and sit down to put them back on. I knew in that moment that was the money shot: Daniels with her leg held up as she put her heels back on." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2018 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
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June 13, 2017
Commuters walk during the evening rush after arriving at a subway station in Budapest, Hungary, June...
Budapest, Hungary
Commuters walk during the evening rush after arriving at a subway station in Budapest
Commuters walk during the evening rush after arriving at a subway station in Budapest, Hungary, June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
STORY-YEAR ENDER/2015
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December 09, 2015
A Syrian refugee holding a baby swims towards the Greek island of Lesbos, September 12, 2015. Alkis...
LESBOS, Greece
Yearend 2015: A Picture and Its Story
A Syrian refugee holding a baby swims towards the Greek island of Lesbos, September 12, 2015. Alkis Konstantinidis: Another inflatable boat packed with dozens of migrants and refugees heading towards the shore. That’s what I noticed in the distance. The sea was calm and they were cheering on the dinghy. Suddenly, some 200 metres away, the rear of the boat deflated for no obvious reason, and people started falling into the sea. Screams replaced cheers as they frantically tried to stay afloat on life tubes, or by clinging on to the boat. Those who could swim tried to help those who couldn’t. As this dramatic scene unfolded and people drifted away from each other, the biggest challenge was to capture as many of the different scenes as I could. There were people falling overboard; two men trying to keep their friend afloat; a man still on the boat lifting his child in the air; another man, nearing collapse from exhaustion, swimming towards the shore; volunteers rushing towards the boat. In this hectic moment, one man, tense and yelling really loudly, caught my eye so I shot some frames. Later, as he tried to catch his breath on the beach, I asked him where he was from. “Syria," he told me before heading towards a volunteer holding a baby. The distance of the shot hadn’t allowed me to see the details of the picture clearly. It was only when I began editing that I could make out the tiny head of a baby in a life tube, and the screaming man trying to keep himself and the baby above water. Everything I cover, from riots to politics and sports, trains me to be on the alert and try to get the best from what I am shooting. I learned from this experience that disaster can occur even in what appears to be the calmest of situations. Looking back, the most memorable moment was when I opened the picture and saw the baby, who looked fast asleep as if in a cradle - dreaming or listening to a lullaby. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis SEARCH "STORY-YEAR" FOR ALL 14 PICTURES
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August 27, 2015
People cross a busy junction outside the nightlife district in Shinjuku in Tokyo, August 27, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas...
Tokyo, Japan
People cross a busy junction outside the nightlife district in Shinjuku in Tokyo
People cross a busy junction outside the nightlife district in Shinjuku in Tokyo, August 27, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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Speakers' Corner - Home of Free Speech - 17 Jun 2015
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June 17, 2015
A man gestures during a speech by Muslim speaker Osman (C) at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
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A man gestures during a speech by Muslim speaker Osman (C) at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. "Speakers' Corner is very important. It's a place known worldwide by the educated and uneducated and in this Speakers’ Corner everyone can air their views, whether they are Muslims, Christians, Communists, Socialists, Jews, political… whatever background they have," said Osman, a speaker since the 1980s. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker (R) argues with a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker (R) argues with a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A man holds a placard at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner...
London, United Kingdom
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A man holds a placard at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
Speaker Tony Allen, who is a writer and a comedian, stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde...
London, United Kingdom
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Speaker Tony Allen, who is a writer and a comedian, stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. "I am basically an anarchist who talks about various things from an anarchist perspective, really," said Allen, a British speaker and heckler since 1978. "The popular idea is that there's all these religious people, but actually they’re talking about politics as well if you care to listen to them." At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker holds a copy of the Bible at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker holds a copy of the Bible at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
Speaker Patrick McEvoy (R), 41, shakes hands with a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
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Speaker Patrick McEvoy (R), 41, shakes hands with a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. "My first speech was about China's industrialisation at the expense of the working class of the developed world. I wrote it down on three sheets of paper and read it out," said McEvoy, a carpenter who lost his job during the 2008 financial crisis. "I was just amazed at the kind of feedback I got. …I found it very liberating." At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
Speaker Tony Allen, a writer and a comedian, stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park,...
London, United Kingdom
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Speaker Tony Allen, a writer and a comedian, stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. "I am basically an anarchist who talks about various things from an anarchist perspective, really," said Allen, a British speaker and heckler since 1978. "The popular idea is that there's all these religious people, but actually they’re talking about politics as well if you care to listen to them." At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A Muslim heckler (L) gestures towards a Christian speaker at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
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A Muslim heckler (L) gestures towards a Christian speaker at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker holds a placard at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers'...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker holds a placard at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 17, 2015
A speaker named Terminator 24, draped in a Union flag, addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker named Terminator 24, draped in a Union flag, addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker (C, in glasses) talks to a member of public (wearing cap) at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park,...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker (C, in glasses) talks to a member of public (wearing cap) at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain January 18, 2015. At Speakers'...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain January 18, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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June 17, 2015
A woman prays at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the...
London, United Kingdom
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A woman prays at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker takes a break at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker takes a break at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker (back) addresses a crowd next to a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker (back) addresses a crowd next to a heckler at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A woman gestures at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner...
London, United Kingdom
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A woman gestures at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A Christian speaker holds a copy of the Bible at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3,...
London, United Kingdom
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A Christian speaker holds a copy of the Bible at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
Speaker Patrick McEvoy (L), 41, speaks as a man cycles by the Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
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Speaker Patrick McEvoy (L), 41, speaks as a man cycles by the Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. "My first speech was about China's industrialisation at the expense of the working class of the developed world. I wrote it down on three sheets of paper and read it out," said McEvoy, a carpenter who lost his job during the 2008 financial crisis. "I was just amazed at the kind of feedback I got. …I found it very liberating." At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
Matthew, 60, a speaker on Christianity, gestures on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
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Matthew, 60, a speaker on Christianity, gestures on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. "Through most of my Christian life, God's been giving me messages," said Matthew, an engineer. "In May 2009, he said to me to go and prophesy that there is fine dust coming across this nation and aeroplanes will not be able to take off and land. A year later, the ash cloud, the Icelandic ash cloud arrived." At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A general view shows the area in Hyde Park where speakers address the crowd at Speakers' Corner in London,...
London, United Kingdom
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A general view shows the area in Hyde Park where speakers address the crowd at Speakers' Corner in London, Britain June 7, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A man uses a tennis racket at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers'...
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A man uses a tennis racket at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY


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June 17, 2015
A speaker casts a shadow on the ground as he addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
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A speaker casts a shadow on the ground as he addresses a crowd at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY


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June 17, 2015
A speaker from the Catholic Evidence Guild stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London,...
London, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Speakers' Corner - Home of Free Speech
A speaker from the Catholic Evidence Guild stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
A speaker addresses a crowd of people at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain January 18, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Speakers' Corner - Home of Free Speech
A speaker addresses a crowd of people at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain January 18, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

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June 17, 2015
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London, United Kingdom
Wider Image: Speakers' Corner - Home of Free Speech
A Christian speaker stands on a stepladder at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, Britain May 3, 2015. At Speakers' Corner in the northeast corner of Hyde Park in London, near the bustle of Oxford Street, anyone has the right to turn up every Sunday and talk about whatever is dear to their heart. Some call it the home of free speech: previous orators included famous figures Vladimir Lenin, Karl Marx and George Orwell. Today the atmosphere is hectic and unpredictable, with people from all backgrounds perching on boxes or stepladders to declaim on subjects from philosophy to religion, monsters or potatoes. Hecklers interrupt, adding to the chaotic feel of a place that draws visitors from far and wide. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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March 12, 2015
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A wall of graffiti is seen at Caylloma street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
Pigeon flies next to a house with a mural named El Arcangel at Contumaza at street in downtown Lima
A pigeon flies next to a house with a mural named El Arcangel at Contumaza at street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
A man walks past a house with a mural named El Arcangel at Contumaza at street in downtown Lima
A man walks next to a house with a mural named El Arcangel at Contumaza at street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
People walk past a mural at Pachitea street in downtown Lima
People walk past a mural at Pachitea street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
People walk next to a mural at Pachitea street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting...
Lima, Peru
People walk next to a mural at Pachitea street in downtown Lima
People walk next to a mural at Pachitea street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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A man walks past next to a mural in Paseo De La Republica street in downtown Lima
A man walks past next to a mural in Paseo De La Republica street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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A woman walks next to a mural and a food stand in Paseo De La Republica street in downtown Lima
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March 12, 2015
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
People walk past a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima
People walk past a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
A man carries bottles near a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima
A man carries bottles near a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
A man rides past a wall with graffitti at Caylloma street in downtown Lima
A man rides past a wall with graffitti at Caylloma street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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People stand next to a mural in Paseo De La Republica street in downtown Lima
People stand next to a mural in Paseo De La Republica street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
A man walks past a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting...
Lima, Peru
A man walks past a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima
A man walks past a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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March 12, 2015
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Lima, Peru
People walk past a wall painted in yellow to cover a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima
People walk past a wall painted in yellow to cover a mural at Lampa street in downtown Lima, March 12, 2015. First, a mural depicting indigenous revolutionary Tupac Katari vanished from a hectic stretch of downtown Lima. Then a mural of a boy stacking bricks on top of books was painted over. On Wednesday, after a third mural turned yellow, Mayor Luis Castaneda confirmed his government was behind the effort - literally covering up the traces of his predecessor who had welcomed the pieces. REUTERS/ Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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November 14, 2014
People queue to enter the court building during a heavy rain storm outside the High Court in London November...
London, United Kingdom
People queue to enter the court building during a heavy rain storm outside the High Court in London
People queue to enter the court building during a heavy rain storm outside the High Court in London November 14, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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July 27, 2014
Men are seen at the window of a train as they make their way home, ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival,...
Karachi, Pakistan
Men are seen at the window of a train as they make their way home, ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival,...
Men are seen at the window of a train as they make their way home, ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival, at Karachi's Cantonment railway station July 27, 2014. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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March 30, 2014
Ballots are seen under a stamp seen at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister...
Ankara, Turkey
Ballots are seen under a stamp seen at a polling station in Ankara
Ballots are seen under a stamp seen at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. The word in Turkish "evet" on the stamp means "yes" in English. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan...
Ankara, Turkey
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime...
Ankara, Turkey
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's...
Ankara, Turkey
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's...
Ankara, Turkey
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
A woman casts her vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime...
Ankara, Turkey
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
A man casts his vote as others wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 30, 2014
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan...
Ankara, Turkey
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara
People wait in line at a polling station in Ankara March 30, 2014. Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan looks set to win Sunday's municipal elections that have become a crisis referendum on his 10-year rule as he tries to ward off graft allegations and stem a stream of damaging security leaks. Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party blame the leaks on "traitors" embedded in the Turkish state and he has been criss-crossing the nation of 77 million during weeks of hectic campaigning to rally his conservative core voters. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 17, 2014
A woman holding her mobile phone stands in front of exits at a train station in Tokyo March 17, 2014....
Tokyo, Japan
A woman holding her mobile phone stands in front of exits at a train station in Tokyo
A woman holding her mobile phone stands in front of exits at a train station in Tokyo March 17, 2014. Japan's government upgraded its view on factory output while leaving its overall economic assessment unchanged, sounding upbeat on the world's third-largest economy. Policymakers are confident of a spurt of last-minute demand ahead of a sales tax increase in April. But its monthly report issued on Monday flagged risks to the outlook such as the expected drop in consumption after the tax hike and a slowdown in the global economy, which could pressure exports. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
USA/
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September 25, 2013
A man stands in the middle of Grand Central Terminal as he speaks on a cell phone, as passengers face...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man stands in Grand Central Terminal, as passengers face limited train service on New Haven Line between...
A man stands in the middle of Grand Central Terminal as he speaks on a cell phone, as passengers face limited train service on the New Haven Line between Stamford Station and Grand Central Terminal due to a Con Edison power problem in New York, September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Zoran Milich (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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September 03, 2013
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) poses...
MARKTSTEFT, Germany
Glos departing CSU member of parliament
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) poses before starting the third day of their 20th walking tour 'Tour de Glos' in Marktsteft near Schweinfurt July 21, 2013. The 69-year-old former German Economy Minister won his first seat in parliament in 1976 and said he would not run for another term in the upcoming election. During his time as MP he said parliament had become bigger and more hectic. His biggest disappointment was the 2002 general election, "only a few thousand more votes and the CSU party leader Edmund Stoiber would have been chancellor," he said in an email interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken July 21. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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RTX135MY
September 03, 2013
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) puts on...
MARKTSTEFT, Germany
Glos departing CSU member of parliament
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) puts on his shoes before starting the third day of their 20th walking tour 'Tour de Glos' in Marktsteft near Schweinfurt July 21, 2013. The 69-year-old former German Economy Minister won his first seat in parliament in 1976 and said he would not run for another term in the upcoming election. During his time as MP he said parliament had become bigger and more hectic. His biggest disappointment was the 2002 general election, "only a few thousand more votes and the CSU party leader Edmund Stoiber would have been chancellor," he said in an email interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken July 21. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTX135MW
September 03, 2013
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his...
MARKTSTEFT, Germany
Glos departing CSU member of parliament
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his wife Ilse sit in the sun before starting the third day of their 20th walking tour 'Tour de Glos' in Marktsteft near Schweinfurt July 21, 2013. The 69-year-old former German Economy Minister won his first seat in parliament in 1976 and said he would not run for another term in the upcoming election. During his time as MP he said parliament had become bigger and more hectic. His biggest disappointment was the 2002 general election, "only a few thousand more votes and the CSU party leader Edmund Stoiber would have been chancellor," he said in an email interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken July 21. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTX135MU
September 03, 2013
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his...
MARKTSTEFT, Germany
Glos departing CSU member of parliament
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his wife Ilse sit in the sun before starting the third day of their 20th walking tour 'Tour de Glos' in Marktsteft near Schweinfurt July 21, 2013. The 69-year-old former German Economy Minister won his first seat in parliament in 1976 and said he would not run for another term in the upcoming election. During his time as MP he said parliament had become bigger and more hectic. His biggest disappointment was the 2002 general election, "only a few thousand more votes and the CSU party leader Edmund Stoiber would have been chancellor," he said in an email interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken July 21. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTX135MF
September 03, 2013
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his...
MARKTSTEFT, Germany
Glos departing CSU member of parliament
Former German economy and technology minister Michael Glos of the Christian Social Union (CSU) and his wife Ilse sit in the sun before starting the third day of their 20th walking tour 'Tour de Glos' in Marktsteft near Schweinfurt July 21, 2013. The 69-year-old former German Economy Minister won his first seat in parliament in 1976 and said he would not run for another term in the upcoming election. During his time as MP he said parliament had become bigger and more hectic. His biggest disappointment was the 2002 general election, "only a few thousand more votes and the CSU party leader Edmund Stoiber would have been chancellor," he said in an email interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken July 21. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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