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SOCCER-EUROPA-YBO-AJA/REPORT
RTXAL0UW
March 18, 2021
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 Second Leg - BSC Young Boys v Ajax Amsterdam - Stadion...
Bern, Switzerland
Europa League - Round of 16 Second Leg - BSC Young Boys v Ajax Amsterdam
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 Second Leg - BSC Young Boys v Ajax Amsterdam - Stadion Wankdorf, Bern, Switzerland - March 18, 2021 BSC Young Boys' Silvan Hefti with teammates after the match REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SOCCER-EUROPA-AJA-YBO/REPORT
RTXAC206
March 11, 2021
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands - March 11, 2021 BSC Young Boys' Silvan Hefti in action with Ajax's David Neres REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw
SOCCER-EUROPA-AJA-YBO/REPORT
RTXAC207
March 11, 2021
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands - March 11, 2021 BSC Young Boys' Silvan Hefti in action with Ajax's David Neres REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw
SOCCER-EUROPA-AJA-YBO/REPORT
RTXAC18A
March 11, 2021
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys
Soccer Football - Europa League - Round of 16 First Leg - Ajax Amsterdam v Young Boys - Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands - March 11, 2021 Ajax's David Neres in action with BSC Young Boys' Silvan Hefti REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw
SOCCER-EUROPA-ROM-YBO/REPORT
RTX8DRA6
December 03, 2020
Soccer Football - Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - December...
Rome, Italy
Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys
Soccer Football - Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - December 3, 2020 Young Boys' Silvan Hefti in action with AS Roma's Riccardo Calafiori REUTERS/Alberto Lingria
SOCCER-EUROPA-ROM-YBO/REPORT
RTX8DR5H
December 03, 2020
Soccer Football - Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - December...
Rome, Italy
Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys
Soccer Football - Europa League - Group A - AS Roma v Young Boys - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - December 3, 2020 AS Roma's Riccardo Calafiori in action with Young Boys' Silvan Hefti REUTERS/Alberto Lingria
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUTOS-TRUCKS
RTX7JSRY
May 20, 2020
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck that he says are selling...
Urbandale, UNITED STATES
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck in Des Moines
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck that he says are selling really well because of hefty discounts and interest-free loans provided by Ford Motor Co., in Des Moines, Iowa, , Iowa, U.S. May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Nick Carey
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUTOS-TRUCKS
RTX7JSRX
May 20, 2020
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck that he says are selling...
Urbandale, UNITED STATES
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck in Des Moines
Noah Wolter, general manager of Charles Gabus Ford, shows off an F-Series truck that he says are selling really well because of hefty discounts and interest-free loans provided by Ford Motor Co., in Des Moines, Iowa, , Iowa, U.S. May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Nick Carey
SOCCER-FRIENDLY-GALLEN-BRH/
RTX6B8DI
July 14, 2018
Soccer Football - Pre Season Friendly - FC St. Gallen v Brighton & Hove Albion - Kybunpark, St. Gallen,...
St. Gallen, Switzerland
Pre Season Friendly - FC St. Gallen v Brighton & Hove Albion
Soccer Football - Pre Season Friendly - FC St. Gallen v Brighton & Hove Albion - Kybunpark, St. Gallen, Switzerland - July 14, 2018 Brighton's Glenn Murray in action with St. Gallen's Silvan Hefti REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
USA-TRADE/CHINA C
RTX5TWJF
April 20, 2018
Five cargo ships carrying U.S. sorghum to China abruptly changed course this week after Beijing said...
UNITED STATES
U.S. sorghum shipments change course EPS C
Five cargo ships carrying U.S. sorghum to China abruptly changed course this week after Beijing said it would require hefty deposits as it continues an anti-dumping investigation.
U.S. Politics
U.S. Politics
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn resigns
20 PICTURES
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTSZ8Z0
February 18, 2017
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men second heat- Koenigssee, Germany - 18/2/17...
Koenigssee, Germany
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men second heat - Koenigssee
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men second heat- Koenigssee, Germany - 18/2/17 - Beat Hefti and Michael Kuonen of Switzerland in action. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTSZ8MP
February 18, 2017
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men first heat- Koenigssee, Germany - 18/2/17...
Koenigssee, Germany
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men first heat - Koenigssee
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men first heat- Koenigssee, Germany - 18/2/17 - Beat Hefti and Michael Kuonen of Switzerland in action. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTSYXV9
February 16, 2017
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men training - Koenigssee, Germany - 16/2/17...
Koenigssee, Germany
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men training - Koenigssee
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-men training - Koenigssee, Germany - 16/2/17 - Pilot Beat Hefti of Switzerland in action. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTSYR0U
February 15, 2017
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee, Germany - 15/2/17...
Koenigssee, Germany
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee, Germany - 15/2/17 - Pilot Beat Hefti of Switzerland in action. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTSYM4Q
February 14, 2017
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee, Germany - 14/2/17...
Koenigssee, Germany
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee
Bobsleigh - BMW IBSF Bob & Skeleton World Championships - 2-man training - Koenigssee, Germany - 14/2/17 - Pilot Beat Hefti of Switzerland in action. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Technology
Cuba online
19 PICTURES
Technology
Cuba online
19 PICTURES
SAFRAN-RESULTS/
RTX28IDM
February 25, 2016
Philippe Petitcolin (R), Chief Executive Officer of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer...
Paris, France
Philippe Petitcolin, CEO of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer of Safran, arrive to...
Philippe Petitcolin (R), Chief Executive Officer of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer of Safran, arrive to attend the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 25, 2016. France's Safran said on Thursday it had turned the corner on problems in developing an engine for business jets after hefty charges knocked its 2015 operating profit. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
SAFRAN-RESULTS/
RTX28HW3
February 25, 2016
Philippe Petitcolin, Chief Executive Officer of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation...
Paris, France
Philippe Petitcolin, CEO of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris
Philippe Petitcolin, Chief Executive Officer of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 25, 2016. France's Safran said on Thursday it had turned the corner on problems in developing an engine for business jets after hefty charges knocked its 2015 operating profit. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
SAFRAN-RESULTS/
RTX28HW2
February 25, 2016
Philippe Petitcolin, Chief Executive Officer of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation...
Paris, France
Philippe Petitcolin, CEO of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris
Philippe Petitcolin, Chief Executive Officer of Safran, attends the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 25, 2016. France's Safran said on Thursday it had turned the corner on problems in developing an engine for business jets after hefty charges knocked its 2015 operating profit. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
SAFRAN-RESULTS/
RTX28HUZ
February 25, 2016
Philippe Petitcolin (R), Chief Executive Officer of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer...
Paris, France
Philippe Petitcolin, CEO of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer of Safran, arrive to...
Philippe Petitcolin (R), Chief Executive Officer of Safran, and Bernard Delpit, Chief Financial Officer of Safran, arrive to attend the company's 2015 annual results presentation in Paris, France, February 25, 2016. France's Safran said on Thursday it had turned the corner on problems in developing an engine for business jets after hefty charges knocked its 2015 operating profit. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
SWISS RE-CEO/
RTX285LC
February 23, 2016
Chief Executive Officer Michel Lies of Swiss reinsurer Swiss Re addresses the annual news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
CEO Lies of reinsurer Swiss Re addresses the annual news conference in Zurich
Chief Executive Officer Michel Lies of Swiss reinsurer Swiss Re addresses the annual news conference in Zurich, Switzerland February 23, 2016. Swiss Re said the head of its reinsurance business would take the helm of the company as it current CEO retires, while also announcing a hefty jump in annual net income and a new share buyback of up to $1 billion. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SANTOS-RESULTS/
RTX27M3E
February 18, 2016
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured at their Sydney office February 15,...
Sydney, Australia
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured at their Sydney office
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured at their Sydney office February 15, 2016. Santos Ltd, which rejected a A$7.1 billion takeover last year, slid to a loss in 2015, hit by hefty writedowns, and its new boss said he was working on a strategy to shore it up against weak oil prices. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SANTOS-RESULTS/
RTX27M39
February 18, 2016
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured in Sydney February 15, 2016. Santos...
Sydney, Australia
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured in Sydney
The logo of Australian oil and gas producer Santos Ltd is pictured in Sydney February 15, 2016. Santos Ltd, which rejected a A$7.1 billion takeover last year, slid to a loss in 2015, hit by hefty writedowns, and its new boss said he was working on a strategy to shore it up against weak oil prices. REUTERS/Jason Reed
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTX200JV
December 24, 2015
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days into his presidency, Mauricio Macri faces his first big threats as he seeks to fix Argentina's ailing economy: inflation and recession. In his first policy moves since taking office on December 10, the free markets advocate made good on his promises to eliminate capital controls and cut hefty export taxes. To match story ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTX200JQ
December 24, 2015
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri waves as he leaves Buenos Aires' cathedral December 11, 2015. Days...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri waves as he leaves Buenos Aires' cathedral
Argentina's President Mauricio Macri waves as he leaves Buenos Aires' cathedral December 11, 2015. Days into his presidency, Macri faces his first big threats as he seeks to fix Argentina's ailing economy: inflation and recession. In his first policy moves since taking office on December 10, the free markets advocate made good on his promises to eliminate capital controls and cut hefty export taxes. Picture taken December 11, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTX200JM
December 24, 2015
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days into his presidency, Mauricio Macri faces his first big threats as he seeks to fix Argentina's ailing economy: inflation and recession. In his first policy moves since taking office on December 10, the free markets advocate made good on his promises to eliminate capital controls and cut hefty export taxes. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTX200JL
December 24, 2015
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires
A woman carries her bags as she leaves a supermarket in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days into his presidency, Mauricio Macri faces his first big threats as he seeks to fix Argentina's ailing economy: inflation and recession. In his first policy moves since taking office on December 10, the free markets advocate made good on his promises to eliminate capital controls and cut hefty export taxes. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZXH
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEUUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZWT
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEUUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZVO
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEUUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZV9
December 03, 2015
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants...
Brussels, Belgium
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants...
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants in central Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZUS
December 03, 2015
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants...
Brussels, Belgium
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants...
The sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is shown outside one of their restaurants in central Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZUA
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEEUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZU1
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEEUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
EU-MCDONALDS/TAXAVOIDANCE-LUXEMBOURG
RTX1WZTY
December 03, 2015
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
SINT PIETERS LEEUW, Belgium
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in...
A sign for the U.S. fast food restaurant chain McDonald's is seen outside one of their restaurants in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw near Brussels, Belgium December 3, 2015. EU antitrust regulators will investigate McDonald's tax deals with Luxembourg which enabled the U.S. fastfood chain to escape paying taxes on European franchise royalties from 2009, in a move which could lead to hefty back taxes for the company. REUTERS/Yves Herman
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTS6RIL
November 13, 2015
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Senior Flavorist Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and...
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan in the town of Duebendorf, Switzerland November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTS6RII
November 13, 2015
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Senior Flavorist Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual Aroma Analyzer...
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual Aroma Analyzer in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan in the town of Duebendorf, Switzerland November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTS6RIG
November 13, 2015
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Senior Flavorist Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and...
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan in the town of Duebendorf, Switzerland November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTS6RIF
November 13, 2015
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Senior Flavorist Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and...
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells test strips to control a fragrance in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan in the town of Duebendorf, Switzerland November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-BUSINESS/
RTS6RIE
November 13, 2015
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Senior Flavorist Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual Aroma Analyzer...
Senior Flavorist Thomas Hefti smells a sample to control a fragrance he created with the VAS Virtual Aroma Analyzer in a laboratory of Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan in the town of Duebendorf, Switzerland November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
ARGENTINA-ELECTION-AGRICULTURE/
RTS4HV2
October 14, 2015
Presidential candidate Mauricio Macri holds cotton blooms during an anti-government protest by rural...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Macri holds cotton blooms during an anti-government protest by rural workers and...
Presidential candidate Mauricio Macri holds cotton blooms during an anti-government protest by rural workers and producers over agricultural issues in downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 14, 2015. Macri, Argentina's main opposition challenger in the presidential race, on Wednesday threw his support behind an anti-government protest staged by farming groups, hunting for extra votes to ensure this month's ballot goes to a run-off. Macri, who has lost ground in past weeks to the ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli, pledges to unwind controls on the economy that include hefty export taxes and quotas on grains exports imposed by the outgoing president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ELECTION-AGRICULTURE/
RTS4HV1
October 14, 2015
Presidential candidate Mauricio Macri looks at products displayed by anti-government rural workers and...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Macri looks at products displayed by anti-government rural workers and producers...
Presidential candidate Mauricio Macri looks at products displayed by anti-government rural workers and producers during a protest over agricultural issues in downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 14, 2015. Macri, Argentina's main opposition challenger in the presidential race, on Wednesday threw his support behind an anti-government protest staged by farming groups, hunting for extra votes to ensure this month's ballot goes to a run-off. Macri, who has lost ground in past weeks to the ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli, pledges to unwind controls on the economy that include hefty export taxes and quotas on grains exports imposed by the outgoing president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. The sign behind him reads: "Don't kill the countryside". REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRGE
August 26, 2015
Actor Adan Jodorowsky performs naked during the filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015....
Santiago, Chile
Actor Adan Jodorowsky performs naked during the filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile
Actor Adan Jodorowsky performs naked during the filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PREF
August 26, 2015
A digital film camera is used during filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the...
Santiago, Chile
Digital film camera is used during filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile
A digital film camera is used during filming of a movie in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRDV
August 26, 2015
Members of a film crew work on a set during a break in shooting, in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015....
Santiago, Chile
Members of a film crew work on a set during a break in shooting, in Santiago, Chile
Members of a film crew work on a set during a break in shooting, in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRD3
August 26, 2015
A cameraman works with a digital film camera during a shoot in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When...
Santiago, Chile
Cameraman works with a digital film camera during a shoot in Santiago, Chile
A cameraman works with a digital film camera during a shoot in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRCL
August 26, 2015
Felipe Noguiera, a Santiago-based production head for Argentina's Jacaranda Films, talks next to a storyboard...
Santiago, Chile
Noguiera, a Santiago-based production head for Argentina's Jacaranda Films, talks next to a storyboard...
Felipe Noguiera, a Santiago-based production head for Argentina's Jacaranda Films, talks next to a storyboard for an advertisement at their office in a Santiago neighborhood, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRCC
August 26, 2015
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse...
Santiago, Chile
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse...
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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August 26, 2015
A digital film camera is seen inside its case at a storehouse of a major film equipment contractor in...
Santiago, Chile
Digital film camera is seen inside its case at a storehouse of a major film equipment contractor in a...
A digital film camera is seen inside its case at a storehouse of a major film equipment contractor in a Santiago neighbourhood, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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June 11, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average...
TRUMILLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average rainfall in key rapeseed growing areas of central France since spring has dampened farmers' hopes of repeating the hefty yields seen last season, with any change in the weather now seen as too late to make a difference, experts say. Concern has mounted that dry weather in the top three EU producers Germany, France and Poland could curb rapeseed yields and temper growing conditions that had forecasters expecting another large crop after a record in 2014. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE GRAINS/TOUR
RTX1G2DL
June 11, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average...
TRUMILLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average rainfall in key rapeseed growing areas of central France since spring has dampened farmers' hopes of repeating the hefty yields seen last season, with any change in the weather now seen as too late to make a difference, experts say. Concern has mounted that dry weather in the top three EU producers Germany, France and Poland could curb rapeseed yields and temper growing conditions that had forecasters expecting another large crop after a record in 2014. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE GRAINS/TOUR
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June 11, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average...
TRUMILLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average rainfall in key rapeseed growing areas of central France since spring has dampened farmers' hopes of repeating the hefty yields seen last season, with any change in the weather now seen as too late to make a difference, experts say. Concern has mounted that dry weather in the top three EU producers Germany, France and Poland could curb rapeseed yields and temper growing conditions that had forecasters expecting another large crop after a record in 2014. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/NIGER
RTX1EXEG
May 28, 2015
A man walks past a pizzeria shop in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 23, 2015. African migrants...
Agadez, Niger
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A man walks past a pizzeria shop in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 23, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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May 28, 2015
Illegal immigrants wait to board a bus at dawn from Niamey to a local immigration transit centre in the...
Niamey, Niger
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Illegal immigrants wait to board a bus at dawn from Niamey to a local immigration transit centre in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 22, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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May 28, 2015
A minaret is seen at a sunset in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 24, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded...
Agadez, Niger
Wider Image - Smuggled through Niger
A minaret is seen at a sunset in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 24, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

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May 28, 2015
People walk past a hotel near the main market in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 24, 2015. African...
Agadez, Niger
Wider Image - Smuggled through Niger
People walk past a hotel near the main market in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 24, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

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May 28, 2015
Migrant Seidou, 19, from Nigeria poses for a portrait at a local immigration transit centre in the desert...
Agadez, Niger
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Migrant Seidou, 19, from Nigeria poses for a portrait at a local immigration transit centre in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 25, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

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A girl walks past sticks that will be used for building in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 25, 2015....
Agadez, Niger
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A girl walks past sticks that will be used for building in the desert town of Agadez, Niger May 25, 2015. African migrants in overcrowded pickup trucks, encouraged by social media messages from friends who survived the perilous journey across the Mediterranean, set off from Agadez, an ancient trading town on the edge of the Sahara, to cross Niger in the uncertain journey towards Europe via Libya, where the collapse of the government has offered an open door for smugglers. Mostly young men, escaping grinding poverty in neighbouring Benin or Burkina Faso, face bandits and often have to pay bribes en route, on top of the hefty payments to people smugglers. International focus on the issue of migration into Europe has sharpened after hundreds of migrants drowned while trying to cross the sea from North Africa in overcrowded and unsafe vessels. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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